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House Gets Bill 'Bank Situation
Providing For Must Wait For
Wet Ratification Laws'-Rodkey
State Senate Approves Professor Returns From.
Heidkamp Measure; Lay Conference With State1
Plans For Convention Banking Commissioner
LANSING, March 2, -UPA)-Ap- Prof. R. G. Rodkey, of the business
proved overwhelmingly by the Sen- administration school, declined to
ate, the Heidkamp plan for state con- make a statement on his return from
vention to pass on repeal of Federal Lansing today, when he was in con-
vference with Rudolph Reichert, state
prohibition today awaited House ac- banking commissioner.
tion. In his opinion nothing can be doneI
The plan calls for a convention of Ito straighten out the banking situn-I
100 delegates, one from each repre- tion until the legislature decides!
which bill it is going to put through.
sentative district, to be named in the
April 3 election. The convention - 1 r ,
would meet in Lansing, presided over .
by the lieutenant governor, and con- Arri leg By 1 staii
sider ratification of the repeal
amendment submitted by Congress. W h e
"What has been called the most,!
In each district a board composed comprehensive book available deal-
of the prosecutor, county clerk and ing with the machinability of metals
probate judge would have two candi- and machining processes" has re-
dates, one pledged to ratification and cently been published by Prof. Orlan
Woe o a . Boston, director of the Depart-
the other against. ment of Engineering Shop.
The Heidkamp bill providing for This is the first of two volumes
the convention was passed by the I entitled "Engineering Shop Practice,"
Senate Wednesday night by a vote and is being used in one of the shop
of 97 to 9 Th~n1 ninc nainfwr

MADISON, Wis., March 2.-Two
Senators in Wisconsin have intro-
duced in the state legislature a bill
which will stop University of Wis-
consin co-eds from wearing their
fiancees' fraternity pins. The bill,
prohibits the "wearing, use, or dis-;
play" of any secret society emblem,
by a person who is not a member of
the society.
PRINCETON, N. J., March 2. -
Each class at Princeton keeps a rec-
ord of its activities by taking moving
pictures of important athletic games1
and other events. The actual work
of taking the pictures is done by a
professional photographer, but a
student conmmittee plans the pictures
and stos them so that they are
'vailY h e for showing at class func

German police dog owned by Sigma
Alpha Epsilon claims the distinction
of being the only dog to be regis-
tered here as a student at the Uni-
versity of Colorado. He is listed in
the student directory as a Sigma
Alpha Epsilon pledge.
LOS ANGELES, Calif., March 2.-
A "Little Black Book" in which men-
about-the-campus are classified has
been originated by a group of Delta
women. Each page of this book is
devoted to the man-about-the-cam-
pus. Below his name are listed a
series of letters designating different
attributes or qualities.
The first of these is designated
L. M. or M. M. which means ladies'
man or man's man. Next comes T.
for technique, and the list goes on.
The book is open to feminine eyes

ITHACA, N. Y.. March 2.-Engin-
eers of Cornell University have placed
the following specifications for the
applicants for the queen of the an-
nual Engineer's Ball according to the
Silver and Gold, student paper.
The queen must be a regular stu-
dent in the University. She must
smoke mild, inexpensive cigarettes,
she must detest strong cigars and
pipes, she must not chew tobacco in
any form, she must abhor alcoholic
beverages, she must be susceptible to
attentions of men, she must be able
to say "good-night" graciously,
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Feb. 27. -
More college graduates among or-
ganized nudists claim Harvard Uni-
versity as their alma mater than any
other institution.


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o r Vtto. lrose vou ng agans were courses in the College of Engineering.
Subjects Chosen Senators Upjohn of Kalamazoo and Engineering authorities say this
Leiland of Fennville, both Republi- book gives excellent technical in-;
"The World's Greatest Asset," and cans. formation and deals with the "rela-
"The Glory of the Paradox" are the The principal debate was on tion between the design of the part,
subjects of two addresses to be given whether the lieutenant governor Al- the material with which it is made,I
Sunday in the Congregational Church len E. Stebbins, a Democrat, or the the method of fabrication by which
by Dr. James King, president of Oli- secretary of state, Frank D. Fitz- the material is to be prepared," and}
vet College. gerald, Republican, should preside. other valuable information for the
The first talk will be delivered at The original bill provided for Fitz- modern engineer.
10:45 a. in., at the regular Sunday gerald to preside. The amendment-
morning service. The second will be changing this was offered by Senator I n
presented in the evening' in the Raymond, Adrian Democrat, who de- I O e In .I1Bg i rl
church parlors at the regular Sunday fended it against an attack by Sen- Thumb Of Pickpocket
meeting of the Congregational Stu- ator Flynn, Republican, Cadillac.
dent Fellowship. The public is cor- PITTSBURGH, Pa., March 2.-(P)-
dially invited to attend both meet- Samuel Dietrich testified in court
ings. WHOSE CAR? that in a dark movie he felt a com-
The evening address will follow the BERKELEY, Calif., March 2.-Two motion in his hip pocket. He found
re ulr Sunday 6 p. m. supper of University of California students that in addition to a wallet with $35,
the -Fellowship and. the customary smiled as they walked from a sorority the pocket had a hole in which a
short program of serious mtusic pre- house to a car at the curb with co-ed thumb had got caught.' Dietrich
sented by the University Salon Or- companions, recently. But the smiles identified David Daugherty as the
chestra under the direction of J. changed when an unsympathetic cop owner of the thumb.r
Christian Pfohl, '34SM. hied the party to the police station -
Dr. King holds a Doctor of Philos- on the charge of unlawfully driving MARRIAGE O. K.
ophy degree in psychology. away an automobile. The boys looked JANESVILLE, Wis., March 2.-(/P)I
at the girls, "I thought it was your -All talk to the contrary notwith-'
Bill Scurlock, sports editor of the car." - standing, marriage is the most suc-
Beaumont Journal, is the largest "We thought it was yours," said cessful institution on the face of the{
scribe in Texas. He weighs approxi- the girls. earth, said John W. Gross, who1
mately 300 pounds. The only thing "No runs, no hits, two errors," said reached this conclusion after seven
he can wear ready made is a hand- the sarge, and the boys walked their I years of experience as divorce coun-
kerchief. enlightened girl friends home. sel for Rock County.

NEW HAVEN, Conn., March 2.-A
Yale scholarship of over $600 has
begged in vain since 1919 for some-
one to claim it. No one has ever ap-
plied for it. T he stipulation is that
the applicant must be christened
MADISON, Wis., March 2.-(Big
Ten(--Two University of Wisconsin
students recently completed a trip
through Europe and Asia on bicycles
which covered 7,000 miles. Starting
in August from Le Havre, France, the
students cycled through Germany,
Switzerland, Austria, Italy, and
Spain, crossing the Mediterranean
and then contihuing through Mor-
occo, Algeria, and Tunis.
Riding fourth-class with a group
of lice-infested Arabs on a North
African railway, temporary loss of
their bicycles in Algeria, and arrest
as spies in Spain were a few of the
experiences encountered during the
WASHINGTON, March 2.--Bluf-
fing pays! Professors in English and
history at George Washington Uni-
must learn to bluff sometime and
mus tlearn to bluff sometime and
that college is about the best place
in which to learn how.
A student who develops the ability
to bluff bot hfearlessly and well often
receives an "A" as his reward.


PALO ALTO, Calif., March 2.-
Thirteen freshmen at Stanford Uni- MADISON, Wis., March 2.--Wis-
versity face expulsion for entering consin's famed spirit rock has been
the woman's dormitory after a rally. found. The disappearance of this
It has been a tradition for students historical altar, once used by the
to attempt this, but for the first time Potawatomie Indians, caused much
in 60 years it has succeeded, amid wonder on the campus.
the smashing of windows and the 'The stone, weighing no less than
screaming of the occupants. 250 pounds, was found in the hedge
a___in the yard of a fraternity house, the
FIRST DANCE SINCE 1871 director of the university's historical
n1museum revealed.

jADA, U., March 2 -Ohio Nortnern
University recently held its first
dance since 1871. The faculty lifted


the 62-year-old ban because of oppo- EUGENE, Ore., March 2.-A new
sition from the student body. means of esthetic development has
been given seven blind students who
CLOTHE STATUES are enrolled in a class for instruction
in pottery and sculpture at the Uni-
MONTREAL, Que., March 2.-- versity of Oregon. Realizing the
Painted blue feminine underthings marvelous sense of tactual values
were found to be the covering of a which the blind possess, Mrs. L. B.
number of nude statues by irate fac- Schroff, instructor in drawing and
ulty members one morning recently painting, conceived the idea of the
on the campus of McGill University. special class. She says that the stu-
Colder weather the next day saw the dents showed immediate adaptibil-
i tableau with new suits of fiery red ity to the clay and showed as much
flannels. care on the inside of the clay models
as on the outside.
"DUTCII TREAT" PREVAILS One of the girls in the class who
NEW YORK, March 2.-A Survey possessed partial sight was- blind-
conducted by a college newspaper folded after which she did better
here, disclosed .the fact that the work -than when she could see. The
"Dutch treat" is universal in under- sense of proportion in forminl deli-
graduate circles, even when. a male cate curves seems to be increased.
student is accompanied by his co-ed Helen Keller once said that "the
girl friend. -The survey points to the wonderful rhythmical flow of lines
fact that 'after necessities are paid and curves could be more subtly felt
for out of eight-dollai' a week student than seen" and the truth of the
incomes, there is only about 20 cents statement is being borne out in this
left to spend on the girl friend. class.

BOULDER, Colo., March 2.

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Al Smith In Washingt

Long Sued For Libel
-Associated Press Photos


It was learned from semi-official
quarters in Paris that Andre Lefe-
bvre de la Boulaye, personal friend
of Franklin D. Roosevelt, would be
named as the new French ambassa-
dor to Washington to succeed Paul

Sen. Huey P. Long, of Louisiana,
is being sued by Brig.-Gen. Samuel
T. Ansell, retired, for $500,000 dam-
ages on charges of libel. Senator
Long said in his speech that he would
waive his Congressional immunity.

Alfred E. Smith, possessed of his usual quota of wisecracks, was
given a hearty welcome when he appeared in Washington before the
Senate finance committee's "prosperity clinic." Ile is shaking hands
with Senator Barkley, of Kentucky, with Senator Metcalf, of Rhode
Island, at the right.

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