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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MARCH

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
P'uiatlun in the Blletin is constructive noticeo to till nxembers ofth
3:30; 11 :30 a. Im. Siturdaiy.
VOL. XLIII WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1933 No. 113r
NOTICESk
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to the students of thel
University on Wednesday, March 8, from four to six o'clock.
Univer'sity Broadcasting-Wednesday-2 p. m. "Sun-spots and Terres-
trial Phenomena" by Hazel M. Losh, Instructor in Astronomy. "Esperanto"
by E. Clark Stillman, Instructor of German.1
The Henry Russell Award of $250 is to be made annually "to some
member of the University faculties of a rank not higher than that of as-3
sistant professor, who is chosen for conspicuous service to the University."
In accordance with a resolution of the University Senate, "The most im-
portant qualifications for the award should be (1) distinguished scholar-
ship or authorship; (2) conspicuous ability as a teacher. Although these two
qualifications ordinarily afford the best promise of a distinguished career,
other evidencesof conspicuous service should not be excluded from con-
sideration." Members of the faculty are reminded that nominations for
the Henry Russell Award must be sent to the committee by March 8.
Blanks may be procured from the chairman of the committee, Professor"
Alfred H. White, 2028 East Engineering Building.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Notice has been received, from the Board of Examiners of the Public
Schools~of the District of Columbia, that the following regularly scheduled
spring examinations will be held in Washington:
April 18, and 19. (Academic and Scientific subjects, including commercial
subjects.)
1. License IX, Junior High Schools (Colored.)
2. License XI, Senior High Schools (Colored.)
April 17, and 18. (Academic -and Scientific subjects, including commerical
subjects.>
1. License IX, Junior High Schools (White.)
2. License XI, Senior High Schools (White.
A Master's degree (by June 20, 1933) or a Bachelor's degree, with 5
years of successful teaching experience, is required.
For further information please call at the office of the Bureau, 201
Mason Hall.
Students, School of Education: All students now in residence havingi
courses recorded as Incomplete, (1), or Absent from Examination (X),
miust complete their work in these courses by March 13. If, because of ex-
tiuating circumstances, a student is unable to complete his work by this
time, a request for an extension of time, with the written approval of the
instructor, must be presented at the Recorder's Office of the School of Edu-
cation.
Incases where neither a supplementary grade nor a petition for an
extension of time received, the courses will be recorded with grades of
g; C. 0. Davis, Secretary
All womxen who are desirous of checking upon their activity points may
do so this week at the Undergraduate Offices of the League any day be-
tween two and four o'clock.
Presidents of League Houses, Sororities, and Domitories must turn in
their signing-out slips for February to the Undergraduate Offices of the
Women's League by Friday, March 10.
Naval Aviation: All candidates for Naval flight training should repor
at the Health Service at 1:30 p. m. Sunday, March 12, for a flight physica
ekamir atidn. Applicants who failed to pass the previous test will be given
anothei opportunity.

Constock May Get Experimenters
Increased Powers Work On New

Commission To
Take Steps To

Acts For Late Mayoir

New Column In.
'Alumnus' Tells

LANSING, March 7.-Pi-Attor- " + ,r
ney general Patrick H. O'Brien dis- Television Set H elp Sch oo ls U>e, 2.'s
closed today that he is preparing a
bill that would clothe Gov. William
A. Comstock with powers to take Five-Meter Waves, Lowest Nineteen Projects Outlined High ights In C egts
over idle manufacturing plants and r oy Droc a.:.i;: . .o Aiu ieiut teDii ulties Hisoi'y Rdttd; Th Bt
lease them to communities as a
means of unemployment relief. Pfacticable In Cities Of Financial Crisis Monthly Feature
The governor, however, announced - r y "iReminiscing" is the title of a
that he was not in sympathy with Experiments on the application of Steps to alleviate the immediate ,sc t
the proposal. short waves, five meters in length, to difficulties of the current school year. new column begun in the latest issue
the broadcasting of television in of the Michigan Alumnus, offic l
not arrived when metropolitan areas are now being caused mainly by the financial crisis,
we must seize private property," the ;publicationecofvetheaAlumnin Assocla-w
governor saidy completed by John Kraus, Grad., and are the objective of a jont com~ tion. In brief excerpts it tells im-
Henry Muyskens Grad., of the phys- mission on the emergency in educa- znportant bits from the history of the
Informed of the governor's state- ics department, it was learned yes- tion," recently appointed by Pres..University.
ment,'the attorney general said he terday. Mr. Kraus and Mr. Muy- Joseph Rosier of the National Edu- Thirty-five years ago there were
would'proceed with plans for intro- skens have been carrying on their 2878 students attending the Unive-
ductinof the measure. He said his research work for more than a year. cational Association, and Pres. Mil-
measure would permit the executive The five meter waves with which ton C. Potter of the Department of 6resident Angell w es in Turkey on a
to dictate the management of a man- the scientists have been working are Superintendence. k mission and Acting-President Hutch-
hfacturing plant when he deemed it unusually short and the lowest used Dean J. B. Edmonson, of the School k { <. !ins was taking his place-the erection
otpuofy thes plant for Reconstrucoadcastng puposes. There has of Education returned Saturday ,.: of an Alumni Hall was being blanned
yutput the nbeen little accurate research-
tion Finance Corporation loans. on the waves before this and their fDro a four day convention of th -Assoc ated Pres Photo -thUommodations for 2, with 76 pa-
The attorney general cited the adaption to television is a new one. Deamentof Seredee withletheoquestorn of who is td Ath A6p-
Owosso Sugar Plant, long idle, as a In an effort to obtain data on the Minemps. wthere heet wisth cc ee the late Mayor Cerma k So tin hsd -tem eip Af 6-
members of the committee. "sciationthadia membership ofa46o,
possible venture in the proposed field ! effect of land contours on the send- n n jit cage remains unanswered , un- the largest in its istry, had id
Mr. Kaus nd M. Ninteenprojcts fr imediae f ipl alarscotneithhad
of war-time power. He said the state ing of the waves, M.KasadM. Nntenpoet o me ie 'onioffi teihnse arest infitsh1storyhad $2,-
could take over the plant, rehabili- Muyskens spent three months doing action were outlined by the commit- f a c ommiittee of which William H. its deb oan$140 and had $2,-
tate,and then lease the factory to field work around Ann Arbor. A map tee, it was announced yesterday. Sext4n (above), Chicago attorney is400 in the bank.
Owosso citizens. showing the results of their work in- Measures were taken to put the pro- ,tmemb~cr. Twenty years ago this month the
Stedicates that five meter waves would jects into effect as soon as possible - return of Michigan to the Western
cdbe practical for television use in an through the headquarters staff of the F'r'ewh Suinpner School College Conference was being agi-
culum RevisionandRacketeeri area such as this. National Education Associationa Je 26 tated for-the Summer School was
"Considering the low powers we other appropriate agencies. UJ n considered a new field-BrtonPod
Michigan Technic Staff Meeting at have been using, our results have These projects include: provision The 1932-33 session of the resi- had just been added to the landscape
7:30 in Room 3046 East Engineering been favorable," Mr. Kraus said. 1 for a thorough analysis of the nation- dential co-educational French Sum- h-senior advisers were being u red
Bldg. Freshman and Sophomore try- j "Our waves have been received as far al magazines and all national organ- mer School held annually at McGill for the better orientation of feh-
outs please report at this meeting. as Toledo. However," he added, izations which arc exercising import- University, Montreal, will open this men.
"long distance reception on five met- ant influence in determining educa- year Jue 26 and will continue until The College of Architecture had a
1 University f Michigan Radio Club ers is not practical at the present tional policy; defination of the basic July 2, according to reports receivd new "home" five years ago-the new
in te o Mihiga Raio lubtime." current issues concerning the sicearJn 6adxilcniu ni h olg fAcietr a
meetseh Michigan Union at 7:30 scope here. Prof. Rene du Roure, Agrege Miuseum was nearing completion-
mt. m. Mr.W.V.Hapy will sak on In addition to its use in television, and composition of educational of- es Lettres, will direct the school. Waterman and Barbour Gymnasinms
"Some Experiences on a Voyage thri the five meter wave would be useful ferings at public expense; prepara- Special classes in diction and were transformed into a Dutch vil-
the West Indies Allinerested arin point to point communication for tion of a report as to the effects of
invited to attend.short distances, as from a boat to the retrenchments in educational of- phtie a el a e deali-gpas for h ual J-caop-hea -
shore. Privacy in special telephone ferings resulting from the depres- tic expressions of today, will be fea- ters for the local Reserve Oflic,r-
- service would be assured with the use sion; and organization of a concen- ticeurs of the session. Booklets givingdb Training Corps.
Harris Hall: The Chapel, 8:00 a. of the new wave, the men said. trated drive by all forces interested in tur o theaseson. ts giving Taini y Tops.
m. The Holy Communion Open house - the welfare of children to the end fu ll c oncrning the l ang genealiore-
at the Hall from four to six at which that the conditions arising from the ctunm will be forwarded on applica- tary of the Alumni Asscttitn aid
time tea is served. deresin hal o dnyprpe eu t)ion to helcreay, French Sum - editor of the new colun , said ire
sitan cational opportunities to the present rea .
iaf !i aU ersso sal'o dntroereatShol.cil niesiy oplnto maieinthemonthlyreatr
Rehearsals for Junior Girls' Play 1generation.
Meeting Today in League. VIn connection with all this, a com-
3:30-4:30 p. n.-Russian Chorus in prehensive exhibit showing the e- T I
ballroom. .P°db ic Co11ee-t forts made by all education groups. CLA S
3:30-5:30 p. m.-Everybody in national and local, to arouse popular
E Scene 3 except Russian Chorus in '-sentiment for the maintenance of LAUNDRIES
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Works of the great German and educational opportunities during the ICLASSIFIED1
7:30-10 p. m.-Everybody in Scene Italian masters. Wagner and Verdi, present emergency, was shown at the I LAUNDRY - Soft water. 21044.
1, in Theatre, will compose the program for the Minneapolis meeting. It is expected ADVER ISING Towels free. Socks darned. 1Il
__first 1933 concert of the Varsity that this exhibit will lay the found-1
C--N E NBdt was nnounced teray ation for a co-ordinated plan of pub- place clvcrtisemnts with Casind STUDENT - And family wa hig
WOMING EVENTS Band, it was announced yesterday - dezt itin 7D atnt. Phbone 2-ot4. careful work at lowest pree's. h.
Psychological Journal Club will by Prof. Nicholas D. Falcone, direc- lic relations on a scale never before oTte cir toered colunt u osecatc at taseet
meet Thursda March 9, inbRo tor. The concert will take place at attempted. _'___-_____-t____t_
l 26 N s, r7309p m. R don 4:15 p. m. Sunday in Hill Auditorium, The commission is intended to act extra nhersaiybesecred at no NOTIE-
Was wl s k on ,A New Con- and will be open to the public. as a board of strategy, and a rallying Cah in avaice-lic per rcading e U HLT I - Fin __rniur
cept of Visual-cell evolution and its For the first time in more than a point for all organizations interested I (neo) ai or fvore a ord tPOLSERING-nine, fdurhtfr
eeptntu oflVisuapercellrtevolutionis and its ,l
bearing on the duplicity theory." All year vocal soloists will be heard on a in meeting the present situation. t1lmi atriu l e or t3o 1nsertion.mrepairing, arefinis. nd B. Izaod
e interested persons are invited to be Varsity Band concert program, this i rer ra-i-ce for t oreedngstening. Also oantiues P. .a-
tiei w nmesfo ed')I T~tti rat-15c per, reading line ing, 960 Canal, Phone 34$2. 31c
e present, time in two numbers from Verdi's w';I i I I
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The Student Christian Association finds it necessary to postpone th
lecturie scheduled for this evening in the -Marriage Relations Course. Th
speaker was unable to keep the appointrent. The next lecture will b
Thursday, March 16, at 8 p. m. at Lane Hall.

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ACADEMIC NOTICES
Fourth freshmen lecture in Hygiene for mien, will be given in Water-
man Gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, March 9 and 10, at 3 and 4 p. in.
'This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular physical training
groups, athletic squads and others that have been excused from these
groups. G. A. May
Business Administration Student: A lecture on Report Writing will be
given today at 3 p. m. in Room 1025 Angell ftall. Those students who
,;i r t rr th~ h i' i f lonfta lla t r re e ecte:fPd to hoe resent_

A. S. C. E.: A meeting in Room 319
of the Michigan Union on Thursday,
March 9, 7:30 p. m. Speaker. Final
election of new members.
Graduate Outing Club: All gradu-
ates and friends; If weather permits,
meet in front of Angell Hall Satur-
day at 2 p. m. for supper hike. Bring
fifteen cents. If absolutely without
funds, come anyway.

wvell-loved Rigoletto.' Helen Van-
Loon, Grad., soprano, and Hervey
Lyle Lyons, Grad.. baritone, both
-ilf of Pr f Arthur Hacrkett ,of

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pupms o U1rv. .i iu zucu v
the School of Music, will appear in Noel Coward's "Hay Fever" has1
a duet and Miss VanLoon will sing been chosen as the next presenta-
a solo. tion of Play Production March 14,
The exact size of the band for the 16, 17 and 18 in the Laboratory
concert has not yet been determined, I Theatre, Valentine B. Windt, director
Professor Falcone said, but it is prob- of Play Production, announced lastI

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BLUE BIRD BOOK NOOK, lending
library. ac daily. Clean covers.Uni-
versity Music House. 10:30 to 5:30.
21c

maU noUa e "ni eresozieure*im "ea aeexm u u"", " ' I Thursday Afternoon Readings: The
Michigan Interpretive Arts Society is
English 128, Victorian Poetry: This course will meet in Room 2023 A.H. offering a series of weekly readings
during the remainder of the semester. E. L. Griggs on Thursdays at 4:10 in Room 205
Mason Hall. These are free to the
Make-up examination in Psychology 33, 101, and 105 will be given Sat- public. On Thursday, March 9, Pro-
urday, March 11, from 2 to 5 p. m. in Room 3126 N.S. lessor Hollister will read from Shaw's
. acit~rlyUI lorU w~i #II L .LdUI

able that
largest nu
Varsity Ba
part.
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Geology 11: Make up bluebook Friday at 4:00 in Room 3056 N.S.
Psychology 33 and 37: References for make-up theses are posted in the
Science Library. I shall be at 2122 N.S. Thursday, 4:30-5:15, to answer ques-
tions on such make-ups. John F. Shepard
. LECTURES
1rench Lecture: Professor M. C. Pargment will give the fifth lecture on
the Cercle Francais program: "La Cuisine Francaise" Wednesday, March'
8, at 4:15, Room 103, Romance Language Building. Tickets for the series
of lectures may be procured at the door.
Oratorical Association Leeture Course: Dr. Raymond L. Ditmars, Cur-}
ator of the New '[ork Zoological Park, will speak in Hill auditorium onj
Tiursday, March 9, at 8 p. m. His subject will be: "The Big Animals" and
it will be illustrated with motion pictures. Tickets are on sale at Wahr's
Bookstore.

"Anctrocies ana ene Lion.

Varsity Glee Club: Important re- writer.,sa
hearsal on Thursday, March 9, at assistantt
7:30 p. m. versity ML
terday.
Dr. Ditn
Polonia meeting on Thursday, trated lec
March 9, at 7:30 p. m. in the Michi- in Hill A
gan League. pices oft
In a re'
St. Andrew's Church: Service of ly after p
Meditation in the Church at 4:15 p. latest boo
m. on Thursday. Leader the Rever- President
end Henry Lewis. The general title commente
of these Lenten services is "The need be
Spiritual Technique of Christianity" j count of t
and the topic Thursday will be, "The only read
Lost Art of Today." also instri
Hoineuiaking Group of Michigan BURS]
Dames will meet Thursday evening, Joseph
March 9, at eight o'clock at the home dents, los
of Mrs. R. L. Vanderslice, 1301 Wash- yesterday
tenaw. Miss Elsie Young will speak driven by
on "Draperies." lanti.
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nearly 70 bandsmen-the
umber ever to appear in a
and concert here-will take
ars Pronmotes
t&,est bIn Snakes
aymond C. Ditmars, in his
s done more to arouse- in-
snakes than has any other
aid Mrs. Helen T. Gaige,
to the director of the Uni-
useums in an interview yes-
mars will appear in an illus-
cture at 8 p. m. tomorrow
.uditorium under the aus-I
the Oratorical Association.
view which appeared short-
publication of Dr. Ditmars'
k, "Snakes of the World,"
Alexander G. Ruthven
ed, "The highest praise that
given to Dr. Ditmars' ac-
he serpents is that it is not
[able and entertaining but
-ctive and authoritative."

night.
This play, as the handbill declares,,
is the story of "an arty family, who,
wanted to become landed gentry,.
wanted to carry off difficult situa-
tions with a lift of the eyebrow,
carries off the honors as a completely
entertaining comedy.''
Noel Coward is well known as the '
author of "Private Lives," "Tonight I
Is Ours." "Cavalcade," and a play at.
present running on Broadway, "De-x
sign For Living," in which the author
acts with Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fon-'
tanne.
"Hey Fever" is a farce which was
produced in New York some years
ago.
Mail orders for the play are now E
being received at the offce of the
Laboratory Theatre, Mr. Windt said.

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TYPING
TYPING-Notes, pApers, and Grad.
thc:es. Clyde Heckart, 3423. 35c
TYPING - Typing carefully done.
V e r y moderate rates. O. K.
Thagher. Phone 6734. 10c
LOST
LOST-Bill fold containing $7.00 and
identification in Michigan Theatre
Sunday night. C a 11 Leonard
Krause. Phone 2-3297. Reward of-
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EXHIBITION
Division of Fine Arts announces an exhibition of Modern
Painting in the West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall. Exhibition
to the public daily through Sunday, March 19.

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DAMAGED
dean of stu-
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EVENTS TODAYt
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Mr. D. L. Katz will be the speaker at
the Seminar at 4 o'clock in Room 3201 E. Eng. Bldg. His subject is "Em-
pirical Methods of Calculation of Equilibrium Vaporization of Petroleum
Fractions."
U iiversity Girls' Giee Club usual weekly rehearsal at the League at
7:30 p. m. in their Glee Club room.
Seabbard and Made: Regular meeting at 7:30 at Union.
Eta Sigma Phi: Members will make a tour through the Archaeological
Museum this evening at 8 o'clock, under Dr. Butler and Dr. Dunlap as
guides. short business meeting follows.
Sigma Rho Tau: Meeting at the Union 7:30 p. m. Prof. H. C. Ander-
son will speak on "Sizing Up the College Man." Subjects to be discussed in
circle meetings include "Elastic Currency," "Reading Character, "Curri-

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WEDNESDAY
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"The
Woman
Accused"
Richard Bue ett Cary Grant
"COURTING TUitE"

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