Retains Arms Post
meeting at 6:15 p. m. in the Russian
Tea Room of the League. continued from Page 1)
emphasizing his definition, "is some-
Harris Hal!: Conference on "Re- thing that begins with money and
ligion With or Without God," leader banking machinery. Prices rise in
Dr. Percy Linwood Urban of New time of war, or during a crop short-
Haven. 8:00 a. m. Holy Communion, age; but this cannot be classed as
Chapel in Harris Hall, 4:15 p. m. dis- inflation, for it is an unconscious de-
cussion and tea, 8:00 p. m. address velopment. Inflation is a conscious
by Dr. Urban, Chapel Harris Hall. measure; which begins in money orj
Orthodox Jewish Students: Reg- "If inflation be thus defined, the
ular Friday evening services will be difficulty we face in the United
held at the Hillel Foundation at 5:30 States is that the methods thus far
P. in. Rabbi Heller .will officiate, tried have not been successful. There
COMING EVENTS are differences of opinion why this
is so. We want inflation, but we don't
Pscidological Journal Club will know how to get it.
meet. Thursday, March 9, in Room "The popular notion of inflation
3126 N.S., at 7:30 p. m. Dr. Gordon is largely a matter of positive or neg-
Walls will speak on, "A New Con- ative feeling, much like the popular
cept of Visual-cell evolution and its attitude toward socialism, for ex-
bearing on the duplicity theory." All! ample. But if the term be regarded
interested persons are invited to be entirely apart from any aroma of fa-
presentvoror disfavor, the fact remains that
Graduate -Outing Club: Meet in, we have not produced the desired re-
Nebraska Professor Reveals
Good Use For Dinosaur Bo-te
MINNEAPOLIS, March 2.-(A)- tiopal Education association conven-
Dinosaur bones make excellent xylo- tion.
phones. Slabs of crystallized limestone,
Creator of a one-man orchestra picked up in a rock pile, were placed
made up of instruments gathered in over sections of bamboo to give Prof.
scrap heaps and rock piles, Charles Weidemann a n o t h e&r xylophone,
W. Weidemann, professor of history while a set of pan-pipes was made
and education at University of Ne- out of his boyhood fish pole. Two
i braska, demonstrated what could be test tubes with mercury furnish a
done to obtain music without funds. "mercurophone."
The demonstration was made be- Prof. Weidemann prizes his dimo-
fore a meeting of elementary school saur xylophone highly, the bones for
nrincinals in connection with the Na- which he dug from Nebraska terrain.
jjlI' - oAI v aas v r.v. ++
"Suppose we did pursue a consis-
tent ard persistent inflationary pol-
icy, making funds more easily avail-
able. Would prices then go up? And
if this persistent and unflinching
policy succeeded in forcing prices up-
ward, could the policy be controlled?
I was discussing the matter with a
member of the British i.abor party in
London in 1931; as lie phrased it,
"saying you can't have controlled in-
flation is like saying you can't wash
the back of your neck without dan-
ger of drowning."
'The real problem here is thatI
whatever method we have followed,
in attempting to make funds avail-
able, just hasn't taken. One set of
men will insist that confidence isj
necessary to end the depression: the
'not frozen assets, but frozen feet'
attitude; others advocate a firmer
policy of persistent inflation.'
It was pointed out that there are
conflicting opinions on the causes of
the depression, one set of thinkers
believing that its origin goes much
deeper than the monetary system,
others calling the depression purely;
a monetary problem.
"I believe with the statement of
Professor Sharfman's committee,"
continued Professor Remer, "that to
guarantee deposits is at the present
time a better form of inflation than
to drift to printing of paper money.
When you reach the point-for in-
stance, in the present situation-of
using extraordinary means to restore
the price level, such as printing of
currency, unusual dangers are likely
"To put the whole thing in terms
of managed currency, our problem is
this: (1) Can we manage the cur-
rency? (2) Can we get what we want
through such management?"
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C. A. Coffin Award
Word was received here yesterday
that Lionel G. Pickhaver, '27E, re-
ceived Wednesday an award from the
Charles A.*Coffin Foundation, estab-
lished in 1922 by the General Elec-
tric Co. for a "notable contribution
to the progress of the electrical art
and to the efficiency of his com-
After leaving the University, Pick-
haver entered the service of the Gen-
eral Electric Co. in 1928 and is now
in the Chicago office of that com-
With William W. Worley, Jr., Pick-
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NANCY CARROLL in "HOT SATURDAY"
MAJESTIC Tomo rrow
the complete redesigning of the ma-
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