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THE MICHIGAN-DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
Until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1933
VOL. XLIV No. 70
Notices
To Department Heads and Others
Concerned: All hourly time slips
must be in the Business Office De-
cember 22 to be included in the De-
cember 31 payroll.
Edna Geiger Miller,
Payroll Clerk.
To All Men Students: Students de-
siring to change their residence for
the second semester must inform
their householders on or before Jan-
Miary 26, 1934, two weeks before the
official close of the semester which is
February 9th, and not January 28 as
erroneously stated in the Daily on
December 9.
F. B. Wahr,
Asst. Dean of Students.
University Radio Talk: "Music as a
Career" will be discussed. by David E.
Mattern, Professor of Public School
Music, over station WJR at 2:00
o'clock this afternoon.
Women Students Remaining in
Ann Arbor During the Holidays:
Women students living outside Uni-
versity residences who are remain-
ing in Ann Arbor during the vaca-
tion are cordially invited to attend
a holiday party at the home of Miss
Fredericka Gillette, 1319 Forest Ae-
nuie, on December 28 from 8:30 to
10:30 p. m. All Beta Kappa Rho girls
are especially invited.
These students are asked to leave
their names in the Office of the
Dean of Women.
Women Students planning to re-
main in Ann Arbor for the vacation
can secure information as to desirable
housing arrangements by calling at
the office of the Dean of Women.
Bowling: The bowling alleys at the
Women's Athletic Building will be
closed during the Christmas Vacation
beginning Friday afternoon, Decem-
ber 15.
Junior Literary College Students:
Class dues of 50 cents are payable
to the following members of the Fi-
nance Committee: Virginia Morgan,
Dorothy Wikel, Virginia Cluff, Mar-
garet Starr, and Richard Brandt. All
dues must be paid before Dec. 15.
Academic Notices
Schedule of Final Examinations,
College of Literature, Science, and the
Arts, College of Pharmacy, School of
E'dccation, School of Music, School of
Business Administration, School of
Frestry and Conservation, Graduate
School:
Regular class work will continue
until Saturday noon, Jan. 27. The
examination period begins Saturday
afternoon, Jan. 27. In these units of
the University final examinations are
scheduled from 9-12 in the forenoons,
and from 2-5 in the afternoons.
For those courses to which an ex-
amination group letter has been as-
signed (these letter groupings include
all courses in the College of L., S., &
A., all courses in the School of Music,
and many courses in the Graduate
School) the schedule is as follows:
Group
Letter Time of Examinations
A Monday a. m. Feb. 5
B Friday a. m. Feb. 2
C Wednesday a. m. Jan. 31
D Monday a. m. Jan. 29
E Tuesday a. m. Feb. 6
F Tuesday p. m. Feb. 6
G Saturday p. m. Jan. 27
H Wednesday a. m. Feb. 7
I Friday p. m. Feb. 2
J Thursday a. m. Feb. 1
Ki Monday p. i. Jan. 29
L.. Wednesday p.:M. Jan, 31
M Saturday p. m. Feb. 3
N Tuesday a. m. Jan. 30

O Tuesday p. m. Jan. 30,
P Saturday a. m. Feb. 3
Thursday p. m. Feb. 1
R Monday p. m. Feb. 5
X Examinations for courses
in the X group may be
held at any time, after
Saturday noon, Jan. 27,
mutually agreed upon by
class and instructor.
Students taking individual work in
"X" courses in Applied Music will be
given individual examinations. All
such students should report to the.

Office of the Director of Music and
sign up there, on. blanks now avail-
able, for a specified examination
'period.
For those courses to which an ex-
amination group letter has not been
assigned, the date of examination is
determined by the hour of the first
meeting, as follows:

Federal Control Of
i Liquor Is Debated
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14.- (P) -
The two Congressional committees
seeking a liquor tax level low enough
to force the bootlegger out of busi-
ness find increasing evidence of com-
petition between the Federal and
state governments for the juicy rev-
enue from legalized alcoholic bever-
ages.
Proposals for the Federal govern-
ment to collect all of the gallonage
,axes and divide them with the states
xvere considered impractical by many
members of the two committees in
view of taxes already put into effect
in some states.
There also was a wide division of
opinion about how much. of the taxes
should be apportioned to the states.
with the regular printed schedule
above.
Events Today
Delta Epsilon Pi meets at the Mich-

May Lose Title

Northwestern CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY
Liqu or Ban To
NOTICE
Get est Soon CLASSIFIED BUY NEW AND USED CARS FROM
ADV ERTISING FINANCE CO. 311 W. Huron 22001.
1933, 1932, 1931, 1930 models. 12x
Charter Of University Has Place advertisements with Classified
.1Advertising Department. Phone 2-1214. ARCADE CAB. Dial 6116. Large corn-
Section Prohibiting Sale The classified columns close at five fortable cabs. Standard rates.
o'clock previous to day of insertion.
Bthin 4-Mile Area ox numbers may be secured at no 2x
extra charge.
Cash in advance-i pe readingpe line LIRETTE'S shampoo and finger wave
EVAN~t N Ill, De. 14- ($g (n basis of five average words to
EVANSTON, II., Dec. 14. - (Big line) for one or two insertions. 75c every day. Dial 3083. 103
Ten) - Just how strong a document ' 0c per reading line for three or more -____nserions______)_"_NDFOU i_1
Nrthwestern University's charter Minimnum 3 lines per insertion. LOST AND FOUND
might be will be disclosed within a Telephone rate-15c per reading line LOST: Keys in a brown leather case
few weeks. The charter states that 14c per reading line for three or more in back of Helen Newberry Dormi-
intoxicating beverages may not be insertions.ttory. Maynard St. Please return to
sold within four miles of university 1r discount if paid within ten days try, M n S e t
f from the date of lasti; nsertion. Shool o\f ii:iic_ 9

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hall, the oldest building on the cam-
pus.
The zone extends over the Evan-
ston boundary and includes a north-
side Chicago business district and en-
tertainment area. It also includes No-
________ V Man's-Land, a wedge-shaped piece of
-Associated Press Photo property which is under the control
"Baloney!" exclaimed "Colonel" of no city council and which has long
Harry Manuel Fox, Pittsburgh beer been an amusement center for North-
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Special Combination Groupings:
All Ed. A 1 Tues. a. m. Jan.
All Ed. B 20 Sat. p. m. Jan.
All Ed. C 1 Mon. p. i. Feb.
All B. Ad. 101 Tues. p. in. Jan.
All B. Ad. 111 Sat. a. m 1. Feb.
All B. Ad. 121 Thurs. p. m. Feb.
All B. Ad. 151 Sat. p. m. Jan.
All B. Ad. 161 Sat. p. m. Feb.
All B. Ad. 205 Wed. p. m. Jan.

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This notice will appear three times
only, Dec. 15, Jan. 4, and Jan. 26.
Please preserve, as no offprints will be
issued.
Daniel L. - - ---
Philosophy 32: The topics for the
second thesis in Philosophy 32: His-
tory of Modern Philosophy are now
posted at the delivery desk of the
Study Hall on the ground floor of theI
General Library.
College of Engineering - Schedule
of Examinations: First week Jan. 27
to Feb. 2 inclusive, 1934. Second week
Feb. 3 to Feb. 7 inclusive, 1934.
NOTE: For courses having both
lectures and quizzes, the Time of Ex-
ercise is the time of the first lecture
period of the week; for courses having
quizzes only, the Time of Exercise is
the time of the first quiz period.
Drawing and laboratory work may
be continued through the examina-
tion period in amount equal to that
normally devoted to such work dur-
ing one week.
Certain courses will be examined at
special periods as noted below the
regular schedule. All cases of con-
flicts between assigned examination
periods should be reported for adjust-
ment to Professor C. H. Fessenden,
Room 333 West Engineering Build-
ing, representing the Classification
Committee. To avoid misunderstand-
ings and errors each student should
receive notification from his instruc-
tor of the time and place of his ap-.
pearances in each course following
the period January 27 to February
7.
No single course is permitted to give
more than four hours of examination.
No date of examination may be
changed without the consent of the
Classification Committee.
Time of
Exercise Time of Examination

igan Union, at 8:30 p. m. This will be
Lhe last 1933 meeting.
Stalker Hall: Big Old-Times Party,
3 p. m. Come and help celebrate va-
cation's return. Square and modern
dancing. "Box social" refreshments.
Students whose homes are in Ann,
Arbor are especially invited. All girls'
attending are requested to bring a
box of light refreshments sufficient
for two persons. Proceeds from boxes
will go to Social Service Dept. for
Needy Boys' Christmas Party.
lJtmitarian Church: 6:30 Laymen's
League Supper at Unitarian Church..
Professor Roy W. Sellars will speak
on "Definition of Social Isms."
9:00 Open-House for Students and
Facilty.

baron, whenl told Kientucky was con-
sidering taking away his colonelcy
I ctause of reports he was a racketeer.
lere Fox is phoning Gov. Ruby Laf-
n t explain.
fool)
a Ewrer Heart
(Contiuied from Page 1
.m. Dec. 21. The title role will be
played by Mrs. Wayne Cowell, they
part of Eager Fame by Miss Emily
I Campbell, and Play Production's Miss
Sally Pierce will appear as Eager
Sense. Arthur Canfield and Mrs.
- d- Nl, -ut will h ha Pnr and

Willam A Dyce, bsines ma-10c per line to above rates for bol face
William A. Dyche, business man- capItal letters.
ager of Northwestern University, rThe above rates are for 7%7 point
stated after the repeal of the Eigh- - _'
teenth Amendment that the Univer-
sity would do all within its power to TAXICABS
have the provisions of the charter TAXI-Phone 9000. Seven-passenger
enforced. cars. Only standard rates. Ix
The Evanston city council also__
voted to adhere to the charter. Chi- FOR RENT
cago officials, however, have declared1FURNr
the enforcement of the provision in FURNISHED APT. for three or four

the Chicago area as doubtful. The
State government will have control in
the case of No-Man's-Land.
Herbert Watkins; and Victor Lane,
A. D. Moore, and Gilbert E. Bursley
will be the three kings. Dean of
Women Alice Lloyd will sing the
solos, accompanied by Nowell S. Fer-
ris, organist at St. Andrew's Church,
and the choir will sing Bach's Pas-

SINGLE and double room in desirable - --- --- -- - -
location. Reasonable. 429 S. Divi- A RIDE to Mason City, Iowa, or vi-
sion. 230 cinity. Phone 3704. 228

Coming Events 1Nameless Man and Wife. toral Oratorio from the balcony, dur-
The parts of four shephards in the ing the p r e s e n t a t i o n of Eager
StalkerHallSday-play will be taken by Stanley Dodge Heart." Miss Lloyd is also in charge
3:00 International Student Forum. F1d ODell, David Zimmerman, and of all music for the play.
Foreign students cordially in- _-
vited to attend. Special pro-
granm.Prol Allen DeseriheS Work
6:00 Wesleyan Guild. Special pro-
gram f e a t u r i n g Christmas - C

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drama.
Unitarian Church: Sunday service
10:45. Mr. Marley will spealk on
"Three Pillars of Life." 4:00 p. ,m.,
Mrs. Benjamin March will give a se-
ries of readings appropriate to the
season.
To All Korean Students: All the
Korean students who plan to remain
in Ann Arbor during the vacation
are cordially invited to attend the
Christmas Eve party at the home of
Prof. and Mrs. G. A. Lindsay, 2015
Day St., Dec. 24, 6:30 p. m-
Roger Williams Guild: Sunday-
10:45 Mr. Sayles on "The Back-
ground of Jesus."
12:00 Student group meets with Mr.
Chapman at Guild House.
6:00 Miss Marjorie Knopf will lead
a service on a Christmas
theme. The meeting will be
held in Mr. Chapman's parlor
before the fireplace. All stu-
dents in city welcome.
Stalker Hall: Wednesday, Dec. 20,
4:30 p. in. Reception tea in honor
of Professor and Mrs. Wray Congdon,
formerly missionaries in China. Pro-
fessor Congdon is now on the faculty
of the School of Education. All stu-
dents interested in the work of the!
Hall or at present connected with it
are cordially invited.
Stalker Hail: The Hall will remain
open throughout the holidays and
offer to those students remaining in
Ann Arbor its well-balanced and va-
ried programs and facilities. The
W'esleyan Guild will meet each Sun-
day evening at six, giving attractive
service. "Joe" Fisher is arranging a
full schedule of outdoor recreational
activities. Holiday parties and socials
will be held. Everyone is invited to
participate in these re-creational and
recreational activities,
Stalker Hiall: Monday, 5 p. in., dis-
cussion on Disarniament. The World
Disarmament Conference will recon-
vene shortly and the discussion will
center around this Conference, its
aims, its problems and its probable
achievements and defeats. Everyone
invited.

"I ivil(II/fligart uIllin In xLA*VA*NLI* I

The parts played by graduates off
the School of Forestry in making a
success of Roosevelt's Civilian Con-
servation Corps program are de-
scribed by Prof. Shirley Wi. Allen, of
the School of Forestry, in an article
appearing in the Dec. 16 issue of the
Michigan Alumnus.
Along with the younger foresters
and alumni who secured their for-
estry education at the University of
Michigan, Professor Allen says, many
older graduates in federal, state and
private forestry organizations have
given a large portion of their time
to overhead duties on the work pro-
gram of the C.C.C.
Early in April announcement that
the C.C.C. was to be organized was
made by Roosevelt. Actual enroll-
anent began April 11 and by June
19, the date of Commencement, every
available senior and graduate student
in the School of Forestry was out on
some kind of C.C.C. work in a su-
pervisory position, so that not one of
them could appear in person to re-
ceive his diploma. The few unem-
ployed graduates had also been com-
municated with and several members
of the faculty of the School of For-
estry were giving help in planning
and familiarizing officers and men in
conditioning camps with the kind of
work which was to be undertaken.
"The Civilian Conservation Corps
has accomplished what it set out to

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Economics
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French, and Shop 2, 3,
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Sttidents'
(hristinas Exeusi4Oll
BUS RAT
ault Ste Marie
Mackinaw City, St. Ignace
Newberry, Petoskey
Cheboygan, Gaylord
and intermediate points
on oi line.
Write for rates and
reservations
Great Lakes Motor Bus Co.
917 Ashmun S. S. Marie, Mich.

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do - build men and conserve natural La we1nvek.ity 0± LiurU5, OaU.
last week.
resources," Professor Allen states. "I believe the surest way of reduc-
"The fact that the work is urgent ing the evils of gambling," he said,
and. worthwhile gives the worker a "is to teach people how the laws of
feeling of self-respect as his muscles probability operate. The odds are
harden and his skill grows. The always made to favor the gambling
objects of conservation are served concern or device and result in loss to
because these men, under expert su- any individual who bets against the
pervision, are improving, maintain- game for any considerable period.
ing; and making accessible to their "Most people are confused concern-
employers the natural resources of ing what the mathematical theory
the country.. A really impressive of probability really is. They have
amount of work has been accom- heard that the probability of a tossed
plished." coin falling heads is one-half, and
After three months of close obser- they jump to the conclusion that this
vation and "trouble-shooting" on the means that for' a large number of
work program, Professor Allen says tosses the number of heads and the
that he is convinced that the effi- number of tails will be approximately
ciency of the C.C.C. worker is high, equal. Nothing could be farther from
as compared with welfare workers as the truth.
a whole. Considering the various ob- "Probability values state fact con-
stacles, the work being done is sat- cerning ratios, not differences. As
isfactory both as to amount and the number of tosses increases, the
thoroughness. Supervision has been number of heads divided by the num-
adequate and planning has been ber of tosses approaches one-half,
largely a matter of adopting plans but the difference between the, num-
long completed and awaiting funds. ber of heads and the number of tails
Forest cultural work, fire control fa- does not approach zero.
cilities, fire hazard reduction, refor- "This difference behaves in. a very
estation, boundary surveys, ground irregular fashion, but one thing is
water surveys, and lake and stream extremely important. If you toss
improvement may be expected to liq- long enough, there will come a time
uidate their cost and show profits or when the number of heads exceeds
savings in expense within periods of the number of tails by an amount
five to forty years, Professor Allen as large as you please and there will
concludes. come another time when the numbei
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