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-THE MICHIGAN 'DAILY

FRMDAY, MARCHI 25, 1932

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLE TIN
Publication in the Buletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
the President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
VOL. XLII. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1932 No. 127
NOTICES
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Within a few
days, midsemester report cards will be distributed through the Depart-
mnents. Reports should be sent to my office not later than Friday, April 8.
Instructors are requested1 to arranffe their work so that reports may b
made by that date. W. R. H-umphreys,
Assistant Dean.
Badminton 'Tournament for Women Students: The draw for the
Badminton Tournament is posted on the bulletin board in Barbour gym-
nasium. The first match game to be ployed by March 26. The telephone
number of each player is written Opposite her name. Birds to be pro-
vided by the players and may be obtained from Moe's Sport Shop.
Frosh Frolic Favors mwust he called for by Saturday noon or they will
be forfeited,.Theylin~ ay b btaI) ~inedIatBM f01r's, 1103 S. Unriversity Ave.
Independent s: More :gi+,iatOres are needed to nominate the three
Independent.s who are seeking a chiance I o reprsnt you in the coming
Student Council Plections. lfreip them oit by sinhing the Nominaling
Petitions at the desk in tihe Tjii(JiI LJobby.
University Bureau ofT Appointments and Occupational Information:
The Bureau has received notice of the following vacancies: Associate
Dairy Husbandman, $3,200-$3,800 a year (3 yrs. experience in research) ;
Instructor in electricity, Correctional school for boys, California. Institu-
tion Hog Ranch Operator, California (experience in farming and some
knowledge of animal husbandry.)
Students wishing to sign application blanks for Camp employment
for the comning suimmer may do so now at Lane Hall. This does not
guarantee employmen t,
CONCERT TODAY
Organ Recital Good Friday 'Music: Palmer Christian, University
Organist, has arranged a program to be given this afternoon, at 4:15,
in Hill Auditorium. Hle will be assisted by Laura Littlefield and Thelma
Lewis, sopranos, Gwendolyn Zoller and Annis Dexter Gray, contraltos
and Wassily Uesekirsky, violinist. It is requested that there be no ap-
plause and the public is particularly urged to be seated on time.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
Geology 130 will meet this morning.
Geolog'y 31: Bluebook today.
Mathem leus 2, r, 36: Mr. Shirley Field will not meet his classes
today.
Hlistory 12, Lecture Section I-Midsemnester Examination: Monday,
March 28, at 8 a.m. Mr. Long's and Mr. Manyon's sections in Natural
Science Auditorium; Mr. Slosson's in Room 1035 Angell Hall. The period
covered will include the years 1648-1792.
EVENTS TODAY
Educational Film: Representatives of the National Machinery Com-
p any, Tiffin, Ohio, will present a film demonstrating the latest machines
for hot and cold forging. The film wil be shown at 4:05 p.m., in the
Natural Science Auditorium. All interested are invited to attend.
Spanish Plays: Notice of tentative casting has been mailed. Those
notified will please attend the reading of the plays at 4 p.m., in Room
403 R.L. Rehearsals will begin Monday. Tryouts who were not notified
may be called in at a later date.
All Campus Pre-Easter Meetings: From 12:30 to 1 o'clock at the
Congregational Church. Today the Rev. . A. Halmhuber, the Methodist
District Superintendent of the Ann Arbor District is the speaker. The
organist Is Thane MacDonald.
First M.E. Church: Service from 12 to 3 p.m., Good Friday. Dr. Fish-
er's topic is "The Modern Cross" and the choir will sing Stainer's "The
Crucifixion," Arthur Hackett and Hervey Lyon, soloists.
St. Andrew's Church: The Right Rev. Herman Page, D.D., Bishop of
Michigan will conduct the Good Friday Three-Hour Passion Service
from 12 noon to 3 p.m., in St. Andrew's Church.
Faculty Rifle Shoot at 7:30 p.m., R.O.TC. building, All faculty mem-
bers are cordially invited.
COMING EVENTS
Girls' Swimminig Club will meet to swim at the Union on Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock. All new girls intere~ed are urged to come.

Craftsmen meeting Saturday, March 26, 7:30 p.m., at the Masonic
Temple. Rehearsal for Alma trip.
Wesley Hlal-Open House: There will be an open house Saturday
evening with music and entertainment, commencing at 8 o'clock.
Lutheran Students: Meeting of the Lutheran Student Club in Zion
Lutheran Parish Hall Sunday evening at 5:30. Fellowship hour, lunch-
con and forum. Program of Easter music given by members of the club.
Liberal Students' Union: Sunday Reverend Allison Ray Heaps, of
the Congregational Church will give a talk illustrated with slides on the
*modern drama "Outward: Bounid," "at 7:30 p.m., in the Unitarian Church.

CAPONE TO APPEAL
TO SUPREME COURT
Gang Czar Granted 30-Day Stay
Pending Perfecti on
of His Plea.
CHfiC'AGO, Mtai (h 24.---(11') --.Two
reasons why "t'Siearce Al"' (:i poe,
the j ailed PAIIif( , In; in to
the newrs today.
Tfhe United States circu it court
of appeals, refusing to listen to hli-
plea for rehearing on his eonivic -ion
for income tax evasion Wedne.)day
removed him 30 more days froin:a
federal penitentiary by gruntint;
him a stay pending perfection of
an appeal to the supreme court. A;
request of Caponie coon iisel fo r {(t
da~iys of gra:vce was d(cII~e(L
'POdaiy lie b ." til le ie sth m-Oiii h
of 11i4 incarcera tion ill Co ,k Co ontyj
Jail. Just five nionths ago today the
burly gangster was s n tcnic(d t(3 11
years imprisonment and fined $50,-
000t by Federal District Judge Jaxmes
1I1. Wilkerson for dodging Uncle
tam's colhectors.l
Those five mionths didn't coun1t l
onl his sentence because he chose to1
remain in the count~y jail while his1
appeal to the circuit court w.as be-i
ing argued.

AIR TOURISTS BELIEVED LOST

TREES ARE DESTROYED BY RABBITS
ON SCHOOL'S EXPERIMENTAL FARM
Rabbits may be the delight of come too trko ublesome. In past,
hunters, but to the School of For- years the farm has waged a sue-
estry they are nothing but pests- cessful war against them.. So far
and harmful ones at that.j this year, five have been trapped.
Professor O'Roke believes that
At the experimental farm of the the natural enemies of the rabbit
school, on which there is a planting serve to keep the number down ef-
of 1,192 Corsican pine trees, rabbits fectually. On the farm, they are
chewed offi: he tops of 22 percent preyed upon by ntk, weasels, dogs,
of 4,1e(1tree s. Unless a "wet" urd land Iiteofllsae.
itier f'ollows, they will probably (lii, lthogh tliarn ic ams
P'rof. l 4arl C;. ()'Ruke, of thte for'estr,1y m found here.,1ProfessoCr O'Rke
s1Oi alsaid.-'1, the rabbit~s arey aftlicted almost
Although the rabbit is a protect- 1100 pcer cent it the fall and early
cad animal, the forestry farm is per-1witer with taenui. pisiformnis, a.
mnitted to trap them when they be- larval form of the dog tapeworm.
Mid-Week Dancing and Entertainment
Wednesday 8:15-10:15
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Ann Alrbor's largest RestaurantI
FRIDAY 9:30-12:30 SUNDAY
9:30-1:30 SATURDAY 6:30-11:00
Sunday Dinner--Continuous Service 12:30--7:30 P. M.
A La Carte Service 7:30--11:00 P. M.

Two titled air touirists, Vicomte and Vicorntcss Jacques.tie Sibour,
are believed to hbe lost in the Africani interior. They were last reported
at linear in Sencegal. The French igovernme nt ha:s ordered a earch. '.1'he
Vitcoitess de Sibour is the daugtht.>r of it. Gordon 'SelfridgeC, American-
byc a n vwer of a well -known Y ta iitito t dcar iiesit ,sto e.
Brown Leac s to Read R te,,Y for Mgrs. H'owe
Paper at New Orleans: 'to Be Held S at urdacy
Prof. G. G. Brawn, of the cheer- Private funeral services for Mrs.
ical eng;ineering department, will Ella M. Howe, 80, who died Wed-
leave Ann Arbor today for New Or- necsday night at the home of her
leans vvhere he will deliver several, daughter, Mrs. Allen S. Whitney,
palters concerning liquid paraffin 930 Church St., will be held at 11
hydrocarbons as they are related to! o'clock Saturclay mnorning at the
motor fuels,.I10 will return next rsdne
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