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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Roosevelt Allows Picture Of Press Conference

Publication In th Pl!Idn is constructive notice to all members of the
UniversitY. CoPy rocelv at the office of the Assistant to the President until
3:30; 1:30 a. m.'0n, 1r.

NOTICES
President and M's. Ruthven wil be at home from four to six o'clock
on Sunday, March 12, to members of the faculties and other residents of
Ann Arbor.
To the Members of the University Council: There will be a meeting of
the University Council on Monday, March 13, at 4:15 p. m. in Room "B,"
Alumni Memorial HaJi. Louis A. ihopkins, Secretary, University Council
Faculty, College of Engineejiug: There will be a meeting of the faculty
of this Coller e on Wdnesday. March 15. at 4:15 p. m., in Room. 348 of the
West Engineering Building. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
Freshman Writing Conteit: Contestants may call for their manuscripts
March 10, 11, 13 at the Eaglish Office.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
Giaduae Student in English are invited to a tea this afternoon at 4:30
p. im. in the Alumn -.oom of the Michigan League to be given by the Eng-
lish Department. Oscar James Campbell
Zoology 3i (Organic Evolution): For those who were absent from the
final, examination, a supplementary examination will be given on Saturday,
March 11, at 9 a. m., in Room 2103, N.S.
Geology 11: Make up bluebook Friday at 4:00 inf loors 3056 N.S.
Make-up examination in Psychology 33, 101, and 105 will be given Sat-
urday, March 11, from 2 to 5 p. m. in Room 3126 N.S.E

-Associated. Press Photo
Casting aside restrictions which have covered the relations of the nress and President, for many
years, Franklin D. Rosevelt allowed this picture-an Associated Press telephoto-to be taken of his first
press conference. The newsmen surrounding his desk appiauded his decision.

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LECTURE Land1UtTility" Ties
University Broadcasting-Friday-2 p. m. "The Common Head Cold" La d Utility T0 j()ar Cubs macea Cerm ak Lies
by Dr. Albert C. Furstenburg, Professor of Otolaryngology. (This is the
fourth Assembly program for schools of the state.) Be Key-Note f i 'Exhbt State As M any
EX i2BiTiO)NN xtA de At Museum Mondry F IP s Be
Division of Fine Arts announces an exhibition of Modern CatalaneAtAAcaeu _ lm1dr, Fie Past B er
Ne{A a e y The University Museums' pair of
Painting in the West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall. Exhibition is open i _f
to the public daily thiouh SUday, larch 19. llplaced on exhibition from 3 to 4 p. m. CHICAGO, March 9.-tUP)-Citizens
every day beginning Monday in the of Chicago today continued to do
EVENTS TODAY lichigans Conservaton fourth floor hall of the Museums, it homage and pay respects at the bier
-TheoA-ophial Society: Mr. E. N. PEARSON will show moving pictures xPoblems Marchwas announced yesterday by Miss of their assassinated mayor, Anton
of "NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS" .and present phonograph records -of_- - Crystal Thompson, in charge of dis- J.Cermak.
Leadbeater's "TO THOSE WHO MOURN" at the public meeting at 8:00 Conservation and land utilization plays, who has taken care of them Surging crowds greeted the body
p. m. in the League. will be the dominating not of the since they were brought here early on its arrival Wednesday from Mi-
. Iin February. ami, Fla., and throughout' the day
thirty-eighth annual meeting of the and evening, admirers of the late
Comedy Club: Important meeting at 4:00 p. n. in the League. Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, Up to the present time, visitors
MichiganAcademyofScience, Arts, yhave been able to see the bears only Democratic leadher passed through
S and Letters, which will convene here ;y special appointment, but Miss the residence at the rate of 2,000
Cosmopolitan Club: Meeting at 8 p. j. in Lane Hall. Regular Sprng yan hour.
Initiation will take place at this time. Professor A. S. Aiton of the History Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Thompson believes the cubs are
March 16, 17, and 18. strong enough now to stand the ex- Today s program called for re-
Departxnent will give the principle address.mndmoal of the body by the cityhall
Michigan's conservation problems citement of an hor a day in the
public eye. They are just reaching the which for so many years was the
-ehearsals for Junior Gils' Play Meeting Today: will be discussed in a general meet- interesting age as far as playful- stage of Cermiak's career. There the
4-5:00 p. m.-Russian Chorus, in League ballroom. ing of the Academy Friday afternoon. ness is concerned, Miss Thompson body rested upon a catafalque draped
4-5:30 p m.-Swiss Pantomine group in Barbour Gym. Five papers will be read at that time. says. in puple and'black velvet that other
7-9:30 p. ri.-Everyone in Scene 7, Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Samuel S. Wyer, of Columbus, Ohio, The cubs were captured in Lake 1thousands might view it.
graduate of the engineering school County, when less than a month old,. The three-day observance was to
Orthodox Jewish Students: Regular Friday evening services will be here, who has devoted a great amount apparently deserted by their mother, reach its height Friday in the huge
held at the Hillel Foundation at 5:30. Rabbi Heller will officiate at the of time to the study of conservation by a conservation officer, and sent to Chicago Stadium, where ministers of
services. problems touching oil, coal, and the Museums here. Miss Thompson, three faiths and Gov. Henry Horner
water power development, will pre- who has raised animals of almost will eulogize the man.
COMING EVENTS sent the engineer's viewpoint, every kind in captivity, believes that Col. C. B. Hodges already has ar-
Woman's Research Club: Meeting Monday, March 13, at 7:30 p. m. Agricultural phases of the land iwo-mnth-old black bears are quite rived in the city as the personal
in 110 Library. Miss Eunice Wed will talk n "Designs of 15th Century utilization problem will be given by a novelty to the general public. representative of the President and
Biding 11 iarmissGeorge Wehrwein, professor of eco- the national government. Mayors of
Biding Stamps. nomics at the University of Wiscon- Pr ,A. idEn'S MEsagother cities, including Frank Hague
sin, and one of the better known land gC of Jersey City, close friend of Cer-
Graduate Outing Club: All graduates and friends; If weather permits, economists. Recreation and wild life mak, are expected to attend.
meet in front of Angell Hall Saturday at 2 p. m. for supper hike. Bring management will be the topic of S. B. The text of Roosevelt's message to
fifteen cents. If absolutely without funds, come anyway. Locke, of Chicago, conservation di- Congress is as follows: ate action. A continuation of the
rector of the Izaak Walton League To the Senate and House of Rep- striangulation of banking facilities is
Swimming Club-Women Students: The program for the meeting on and long a practicing forester in the resentatives: unthinkable. The passage of the pro-
Saturday at 9:45 will include races and practice in events for the Open West. I On March 3 banking operations in posed legislation will end this condi-
Swimming Meet to be held March 21. E. W. Tinker, of Mihvaukee. United the United States ceased. To review tion and I trust within a short space
States regional forester of the dis- at this time the cause of this failure of time will result in a resumption
Liberal Students Union: Conditions in the soft coal mine region of the trict including Michigan, Wisconsin, of our banking system is unnecessary, of business activities.
United States will be pictured with slides prepared by relief forces at work and Minnesota, will speak on the Suffice it to say that the Government In addition, it ismy belief that this
UntdSatswl b itre ihsldspeprdb Ih~ee oIelt te nfr h eisadtionwilt oly lift ihntedi-
among the sufferers. Unitarian church, Sunday, 7:30 o'clock. Chippewa National Forest as an ex- Froteion of depositors and the bus- telalln warante douyts ad-
At the morning church services, Mr. Marley's topic will be "Sex Inhibi- ample of planned land use. The iness of the Nation yndd
fiifith i-, L L f #}^.n nexii m rillhn7^'ni^ '

tions."
Frank Lloyd Wright, architect, will speak at a banquet at the Masonic
Temple, Stuirday, March 11. Sponsored by architectural students. Tickets
on sale at Slater's State SL. store aft~enoons 1-5. Public in invited.

jiith1 talk of the symposium will ie
a review of departmental problems
by Harold Titus, of Traverse City, an
alumnus of the University, and a
member of the state conservation'
commission. Each paper will be dis-
cussed in the meeting.
The main address, to be given
Thursday afternoon, will also deal
with the conservation subject. Dr.,
John C. Merriam, geologist and pres-
ident of the Carnegie Ins'itution of!
Washington, will speak on the topic,a
"Ideals in Conservation." Dr. Mer-
riam is known especially for a study
of the public values of the Mt. Hood
area, in which he participated in
1929. The recreational and inspira-
tional features were emphasized in
this report.
Dr. George R. LaRue, of the zoo-,
logy department, will deliver the
presidential address at the banquet
to be held Friday night. His subject
is "The Place of Parasitology in Con-
servation." The Academy meeting
this year is expected to bring 250
members and others to Ann Arbor
from other sections of the state. All,
addresses and section meetings of the
Academy are open to the public.
ago, the Social Science faculty at
University of Chicago had devised a
new plan which would give the stu-
dents of the university examinations
only at the end of the year. The
students were not satisfied with this
arrangement-the faculty complied
with their request for quarterly tests.
Professors are even-more dismayed
this year as the students wish more
exams spread throughout the quar-
ter. More tests will aid the economy
program for the university, as the
faculty can mark the short twenty
minute tests without calling in extra
clerks.
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Our first task is to reopen all
sound banks. This is an essential
preliminary to subsequent legislation
directed against speculation with the
funds of depositors and other viola-
tions of position of trust.
In order that the first objective-
the opening of banks for the resump-
tion of business-may be accomplish-
ed, I ask of the Congress the immedi-
ate enactment of legislaiton giving
to the executive branch of the Gov-
ernment control over banks for the
protection of depositors; authority
forthwith to open such banks as have
already been ascertained to be in
sound condition and other such
banks as rapidly as possible; and
authority to reorganize and reopen
such banks as may be found to re-
quire reorganization to put them on
a sound basis.
I ask amendments to the Federal
Reserve Act to provide for such addi-
tional currency, adequately secured,
as it may become necessary to issue
to meet all demands for currency
and at the same time to achieve this
end without increasing the unsecured
indebtedness of the Government of
the United States.
I cannot too strongly urge the Con-
gress the clear necessity for immedi- 1

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