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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

NILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ration in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
roity. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the Pr'esident tntll
I1.30 a it tnr. turdhiy.

Wets Request
Repealists To
Await 'Control'
Present Laws Should Be
Kept Until Local Opion
Is Passed, They Assert

Col. Raymond Robins Found Victim Of Amnesia

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORYI

XLI I

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1932

No. 52

NOTICES
Classification for Second Semester, College of Literature, Science and
he Arts, School of education, School of Music: Seniors in these divisions
if the University may classify Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Novem-
ter 28, 29, 30. No further opportunity for seniors to classify will then bel

offered until December 12. The complete schedule is as follows:
Seniors only, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 28-30, Jun- DETROIT, Nov. 23.-UP)-A pro-
Sors only, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 1-3, Sophomores only, test against repeal of the present
prohibition enforcement laws until
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, December 5-7, Freshmen only, Thurs- the new liquorcontlat bcoml
day and Saturday, December 8-10. Any class, Monday to Friday, Decem- efeciewasioc oda bycMrs
ber 12-16ewa.oce odybyMs
12-16.Frederick M. Alger, state chairman
Classification should be completed before January 1: beginning Janu- of the Women's Organization for Na-
ary 1. $1 fee for late classification will be required. tional Prohibition Reform.
To secure the necessary blank forms, Education students should call "We cannot afford to have an in-
at Room 1437 UES; Music Students at Room 108 School of Music; and Lit- terim of chaos between the repeal of
erary students at Room 4 University Hall. All students may secure these one act and the effectiveness of the
blanks at any time the offices are open on or after Monday, November 28. other," Mrs. Alger said, adding that
Daniel L. Rich the anti-prohibition organizations are
tudying the entire problem of state.
Notice to Students Planning to do Directed Teaching: Students ex- control from every angle.
pecting to do directed teaching next semester are urged to interview Dr. To this end conferences are bein;
Schorling on Monday, November 28, in Room 2435, U. Elementary School, held almost daily among the leaders
according to the following schedule: social studies, 10 to 11; English, rhe- j of the various groups, she said. The
toric, and speech, 1 to 2; science and Latin, 2 to 3; French, 11 to 12; mathe- women's organization next week will
matics and fine arts, 3 to 4. It is important that the seniors come to this begin a series of lectures to inform
conference, for everything else being equal, the opportunities for directed its membership on the issues involv-
teaching will be assigned in order of application. Those coming late may ed, she added, and later an advisory
need to do their directed teaching under conditions that represent consider- committee composed of judges, law-
able inconvenience. Any student who has a definite appointment at the yers and clergymen will be appointed
hour suggested should report for a conference at one of the other periods. to assist the ointicommittee of the
Every effort will be made to meet his needs. anti-prohibition organization:
.4 - _- - _-w.in drawing a suitable law.

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WASING- Andi ironing. Called for
l. Silks and woolens
gIja rant cod sa isfagtory. 2-3478.
Ctii Hoover. 15C
WANTED --Sudent laundry by ex-
Pe'ien'et laun dress, Work done by
end. Shir-; 12c. Socks mended
free. Calh'd for and delivered. 181
Alitwood Drive. Phone 3548.
142
LOST
LCST-aif-grown black and brown
lenmle pePne dog. Call 2-3892.
LOST' -Tcday night in front of
t l;an theater, an Elgin wrist
wale ii wt metal strap. Phone
.33 Oakland. 166
FOR RENT
SINi " 1 11 room first floor,
\\ il rivtelavatory, private en-
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er if llnecessary. 1019
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-NOTICE
aAWN'S SCE STIONS = Wall
p 1r, pain. Samples, estimates.
ue Dtgortcrs since 1905. Dial

tAsocia .t ie..<
Robins was taken to Ashville, N. C., for medical treatment, ap-
parently suffering from amnesia. He was visited by his wife whom he
failed to recognize. Mrs. Robins is shown with her brother, H. Edward
Dreier( left) of Brooklyn, Mary Dreier (right), her sister and John
Dreier a nephew, when they visited the hospital where Colonel Robins
was confined.
'Col. Sp-auldingDonatesItalian
AtillerT r e ais e s To Library

C. O. Davis, Secretary, School of Education
Sphinx: There will be no meeting on Friday, November 25.
Any junior girl wishing to contribute music to be arranged for Junior]
Girls' Play may do so. Please leave manuscript, with name and telephone
number, at the Main Desk of the League. Have music in before Dec. 15.
Nowling: The bowling alleys at'the Women's Athletic Building are
open every afternoon and evening. University women may bowl every af-
ternoon from 4 to 6; the charge is five cents per string. University women
and men accompanied by women may bowl every evening from. 7 to 9; the
charge is fifteen cents per string.
Dance Club: The Dance Club for University women has changed the

"One of the principle objectives of
the women's groups," Mrs. Alger said,
"is to see that the principles of true
temperance are preserved and en-
couraged under the new law.
"We are studying the Ontario plan,
the Quebec plan and the Swedish
system. We also are considering the
Sheppard plan, which has been sug-
gested in New York.
Alexander Didn't Die
Of Drink, Doctor Finds

FOR SALE 0C. 30C
BARGAINS-overstuid chTi i' $3.00 BRAND NEW- -Bi ck Russian pony
to $9.00. Davenports $10.00. Study II coa. Never been worn. Cost
tables $2.00. Lamps $1. A & C F!- $.25. Can be bought for less than
nitue, 325 S. Fifth Ave. 22c halt li(t. Call Ypsi 1411-M. Can
- -be 2O: t 2 Congress Street,
HUNr CLUB ORCHESTRA -Fiv Ypsilati. 161
pieces. Experienced. Here durino- -
vacations. Reasonable prices. Call UPHO LT N REPAIRING Re-
finishint. We ;e'ializ in Univer-

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hour of meeting from Wednesday night to Wednesday afternoon from 3 to TURIN, Italy, Nov. 23.-(]P)-A
5 o'clock in Barbour Gymnasium. For information, call Mary Pray at medical diagnosis completed 23 cen-
Mosher-Jordan Dormitory. turies after the patient's death sets
forth that Alexander the Great, f a-
Art Cinema League: Tickets are now on sale for Ten Days That Shook mous conqueror from Macedon, was
The World at the box offlce of the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre in the hurried to his end by the effects of
an old wound.
League. Shows on Thursday and Friday, Dec. 1 and 2. Shows start at 8:00 Old writers have told us Alexander
p. m. sharp. Associate members should call up the box office to make reser- died after lengthy carousing, but Dr.
vations or come and get their tickets this week if they want a choice of M. Berolotti declares it was the
seats. All seats reserved. wound, which finally affected his'
brain, that hastened the end.j
EXHIBITION Alexander was wounded in the
Exhibition of Lithographs: Architectural lithographs by David Roberts, nape of the neck at the siege of Ciro-
Joseph Nash, and Samuel Prout, English artists, Architectural Building, poli in 329 B. C., and died three years
daily 9 to 5, excepting Sunday. November 22 to December 6, inclusive. Open later at the age of 33. Dr. Berolotti
to public. traces temporary blindness and long
spells of drowsiness that afflicted the
COMING EVENTS conqueror with this wound.
Psychological Journal Club will meet on Nov. 29, at 7:30 p. m. in room The doctor spent years studying
3126 N.S. Mr. J. K. Osborne will discuss "Recent Studies in Abstraction," the case, referring to ancient descrip-
and Miss S'ella Whiteside will report on "Abstraction in Aments." All in- tions of Alexander's physique and his
terested are cordially invited to attend. habits, and all available records.

Three Italian treatises on artillery, sixteenth century was the original 214N")0or 8671.
the first of which was published in owner. He appears to have been a FINANCE CO.--- I seliin la nmdl
Venice in 1585, have been presented stat-esman of no small renown for o
to the University Librai'y by Col. T. he helped to draw up the Edict of 2-20r b. .
H. Spaulding, of the War Depart- Nantes and also participated in de-_
ment. ciding which books should be placed LAUNDRIES
The collection is bound in one vol- on the Index. This position, however, ----
ume, although the three treatises did not prevent the condemnation of LAUNDRY - Soft water. 2-1044.
were published separately and by dif- some of his own publications. Towels free. Socks darned. 13c
ferent printers. The first part, which Richard Heber was an English col- .
is the oldest, was done by a famous lector of a later age. He is even more WANTED -- Student and family
printer's family of Venice, the Aldine famous than de Thou as a collector, wah_. n _3006.
family. although he was not as prominent
According to Miss Ella M. Hymans, in affairs of his own day. The value known about artillery at that time.
curator of rare books at the main of any book is greatly increased if it in comparison with present knowl-
libary, this book is of value for the has the stamp of Heber on it, for he edge, yet the basic principles are the
interest of the content alone and too, knew the value of the books which he same, especially the methods of
added prestige is given it by the fact collected. range finding.
that it was formerly a part of the The book itself is very well-pre- The print itself is very clear and
library of two famous collectors. served, having had very good care. was at that time the best known for
Jacques A. de Thou, a prominent The illustrations and diagrams are procuring the greatest amount of
French historian and collector of the of great importance as little was words per line.

-tity and frah i'nity work. Johnke
Ypa Co. 334 E. Hoover Ave. Phone
2-3730. .-8c
EAT-I!E' L , ickets $5.50 for $4.50.
Luncies 25c, 30c, 40c. All steak

din nevl-l 40c. Fo're t Restaurant
13< Porest Ave. 25c
IT IS NOT too early to order Christ-
mas cards. Our greeting card dept.
i, large d complete. Francisco
BIoyce. 723 N. univ. 29
ATTENTION! -- Have your shoe re-
pairing and hat blocking done at
Liberty Shoe Repair Shop, 622 E.
Liberty. 26c

More than 12,000 photographs of
famous art works are in the collec-
tions of the University fine arts li-
br'ary.

Romance Journal Club will meet on Monday, November 28, at 4:10 p. m.
in R.L. 108. Dr. Bement will speak on "The Persistence of French Present
Subjunctive Endings-ons, ez," and Mr. Mercado on "La Sanjurjada of last
August." Graduate students and others interested are cordially invited to
attend.
Theosophical Society: Open meeting Friday, November 25, at 8 p. m.
in the League. Mrs. E. Norman Pearson of Detroit will speak on THE MYS-
TERY OF BEING. Everybody welcome.I
Zoology Party: A party for all faculty members and graduate students
in Zoology, with their wives and husbands, will be held at the Women's
Athletic Building (Palmer Field House) on Saturday evening, Nov. 26, at
8:30. Entertainment will consist of bowling, bi'idge and other games, and
dancing. There will be .a small charge per person to pay the expenses of1
the party.
Sophomore Cabaret: All Sophomore women in Cabaret dances are
asked to arrange their Monday night schedule that they may attend a
full rehearsal at 7:15 in the League. It is very important that every wo-
mn aqttend

The use of mechanical auto load-
ing devices as a means of increas-
ing railroad haulage out of the De-
troit area is a subject being studied
by the American Railway Associa-
tion.

Continuous Today!
1:30 to 11 P. M.

IIIU I U , l~I l ..
Waitress and Waitresses: Rehear
I oomr.
Stream Of Callers
K e e p Roosevelt
B i s y At Capital
WASHINGTON, Nov. 23.-P)-A
stream of callers, many of them
prominent in Washington official-
d ci m, today kept President-elect
Roosevelt busy from the time he fin-
ished breakfast.
Lines formed outside his hotel
rooms, and many of the conferences,
of necessity, were short.
One of the earlier visitors was Jus-
tice Brandeis, of the Supreme Court.
He was with Gov. Roosevelt about 20
minutes, and declined to talk with
newspapermen on leaving.
Gov. Floyd B. Olsen, of Minnesota,
Farmer-Laborite, who supported Mr.
Roosevelt in the campaign, told re-
porters the governor was interested
in "immediate" passage of "progres-
sive farm legislation."
"The words 'special session' were
not used," Olsen added, saying, how-
ever, that he expected prompt action.
"One of t-hem, as you can guess,
was beer legislation," Gov. Olsen
said. "I do not feel privileged to say
what the other was."
Van Sickle Given Part
In Comedy, 'Best Years1

sal at 5 p. m. Monday in League ball- I
troit production and Mr. Van Sickle
will act the deaf and amusing neigh-
bor which he played in New York.
This play provides, according to
Henderson, a complete contrast to
the sophisticated dialogue of "'The
Animal Kingdom" and "The Man in
Possession." It was selected person-
ally by the late Jessie Bonstelle, for-
mern director of the theatre.

A Grand
Thanksgiving Program
iGovernment
Eposed i
A daring
expose that
reveals all!
N~n
A C.OLUMBIA PiCUE

Continuous Shows Today
in a Dramatic Marvel
"A BILL OF
DIVORCEMENT"
with
BILLIE BURKE
KATHERINE HEPBURN
"'TEE FOR TWO"
Brevity
"HOT SHOT"
Taxi Boys Comedy
lb A Yb A u11u TN'T h.TtWr

N.,o raw tobaccos lin Luckies
-that's why they're so mild

Starring
Lee Tracy and
Constance Cummings
Added
James Gleason
in "Y "1100"
Cartoon - News - Novelty

Ebuy the -_finest, the
very finest tobaccos
in all the world-but that
does not'explain why folks
everywhere regard Lucky
Strike as the Mildest ciga-
rette. The fact is, we never

aging and mellowing, are
then given the benefit of
that Lucky Strike purify-
ing process, described by
the words-"It's toasted".
That's why folks in every
city, town and hamlet say
that Luckies are such mild

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