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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the Th
University. Copyreceived at the office of the Assistant to the President until mo
I 3:30; 1130 a. . Saturday.p
WENESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1934 Music, who expect to be graduated urg
VOL. XLIV No. 88 at the close of the semester, must ly
pay the diploma fee not later than
Notices February 10.
Hours for Registration and Pay School of Music Students: Those i
ment of. Semester Fees: Students will scheduled to take examinations in Mr.
register all day Thursday and Friday applied music are requested to "re- att
and the forenoon of Saturday, Feb- check" their examination appoint- 320
ruary 8, 9, and 10, in all units ex- ment as pos"ed on the School ofH
ropt Law and Medicine. The Cashier's Music bulletin board, since several Va
Office will collect fees during these changes have been necessitated.
days in Barbour Gymnasium under S_
the same arrangements as during Art Cinema League presents Der me
the first semester. Doors will be open Hauptmann Von Kopenick (the bo- Un
from 8:00 to 11:30 a. m. and from gus cptain) at 8:15 p. in., Jan. 25,
1:00 to 3:30 p. m. on Thursday and 26, 27-Thurs., Fri., and Sat. At the
Friday, and from 8:00 to 12:00 noon Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. All seats roo
on Saturday. are reserved. 25 cents. Box office Sch
Students registering in Law and opens Wednesday. Hours: 12:30 to 2; on
Medicine must pay fees in the Cash- 4 to 7. Phone 6300. A Mickey Mouse wit
ier's Office at time of registration cartoon and No. 2 of the Battle for val
and classification in those units. Life Series will also be shown.
Shirley W. Smith. -_
-- S
a "Sculptur- Candidates for Teachers' Certifi- ren
University halo Talk.:a lb~ cates: Blanks for the payment of the Pro
ing" will be the title 1f a talk by Teacher's Certificate fee may now be ter
Dr. Avard Fairbanks, Professor of secured at the Recorder's Office of bod
culpture, over WJR at 2:.00 o'clock the School of Education, Room 1437
this afternoon. University Elementary School. All
students who expect to be recoi-A
Faculty, Votlege of Literature, Si- mended for th Teacher's Certificate roo
en e, and the Arts: It is requested at the end of the present semester of
by the Administrative Board that all should pay their fees by' February 10, wil
instructors who make reports of In- -toa
complete or Absent from Examina-
tion also give information showing Academic Notices D
the character of that part of the Psychology 31: Those laboratory Le
work which has been completed. This blue books which have not yet been M
mnay be done by the use of 'the sym- returned may be obtained in 2125 Boa
bols, I (A), X (B), etc. N.S. at the end of this week.
W. R. Humphreys. U
Action of the Amiistrative Speech 138, Debate: Professor ula
toard: The Administrative Board O'Neill's course Speech 138, Debate, Th
f the College of Literature, Science, will meet next semester on Monday due
and the Arts has voted to suspend(ecur2at 1, seminar 2 to 4), in
a student for the second semester of A. H. 3209. T
the current academic year because at
df dishonesty in the written work of Speech 216, Seminar in Rhetoric Ro
sgtis y m2. hand Oratory, will meet on Tuesday, ing
2 to 4,minA. H. 3212. Ch
raduate School: Advance regis- Dl
traoofduate stuo: dens fregthe College ef Literature, Science and D
tration 'of graduate studeits forth the Arts:oTe fiatexainati on in f
second semester begins Monday, Jan- themArts The finial examinltie in
ury 22,' and cotinues through Sat- Mathematics 1, 3 , , , will be held mec
f'day, January 27.d The regular reg- Saturday, February 3, 9-12 a. m.. ac- we
ion period is Februay 8, and cording to the following schedule: at
the morning of the 10th, and the Classes taught by Anning, room 35 du
payment of fees will be accepted at A.H.; Copeland, room 2225 A.H.; ofj
hattme. Craig, room 2003 A.H.; Elder, room
that ime-25 A.H.; Hopkins, room 2003 A.H.-
New students, or students trans- Menge, room 35 A.H.; Nyswander, ;
ferring, should ask the Secretary of room 1035 A.H.; Poor, room 25 A.H.; fa
t"eir School or College to prepare Raiford, room 1035 A.H.- ainich wi
and send to the office of the Grad- Rafroom 035 A.H. ;' 'anih
gate School an official transcript of room 2225 A.H.
:their undergraduate record.lati
dG. Carl Huber, Dean Earhart Scholars: The written re- th
ports and the reappointment appli- as
cations of all Earhart Scholars are de
Visitors' Night - The public is in- due Friday, January 28. ra
vited to visit the Angell Hall Ob- _____Ja r2. lee
iervatory from 7:30 to 10:00 this eve- Rooms for English I Examination: Th
ning to observe the moon. Children Friday, Feb. 2, at 2:00 p. M.- in
=uat be accompanied by adults. Instructor Abbot, room 103 R.L.; th
Bader, room 35 A.H; Baker, room pu
To The Householders: We have B Haven Hall; Bebout, room C, Ha- thi
iany young men who are in need vn al; Boothe room 2225 A.H , Mi
of 'room jobs. Anyone who has a Davis, room 1121 N.S.; Evertt, room pu
room available in exchange for 7 to Gaven Hall; Hoag, West Phys ev
10 hours work a week - depending Lecture room; Hornberger west th
upon the character and location of Physics Lecture Room; Knode, West os
the room-please list same imme- Physics Lecture Roome; Knode, West Ca
dftey with Miss Elizabeth A. Smith, 225 A.H.; Peterson, room 2045 N.S.; vit
Employment Bureau, Room 2, Uni- Proctor, room 3017 A.H.; Roellinger,
versity Hall, Phone 6115. room 229 A.l.; Rowe, room 1209A
J. A. Bursley, A.H.; Schenks room 2235 A.H.; Stev- 8 r
Dean of. Students. ens, room 205 Mason Hall; Walter, an
room 2013 A.H. Webster, room 2204
Social Directors, Chaperons, House- A.H.; Weimer, room 2231 A.H.; Wells,
heads; Undergraduate Women: There room 103 R.L.; Whitehall, 3209 A.H,;
shall be no over-night guest in any Williams, room 203 U.H.
approved undergraduate house or Rooms for English II Examination, at
dormitory during the examination Helm, room 206 U.H.; Palmer, room O
period. 12 A.H. en
Alice C. Lloyd.-- -M
Dean of Women. fr
___ ecHrcl s And Concerts Ni

Social Directors, Chaperons, house- School of Music Concert: The
heads; University Women: Girls may School of Music Symphony Orces-
obtain out-of-town permission from tra, undr the baton of Earl V. Ti
their househeads when they have fin- Moore, with members of the Senior 1u(
ished all their examinations. Permis- Class as soloists, will provide the fol- tIe
sion to be absent from Ann Arbor lowing program in Hill Auditorium, a n
4efore that time should be obtained Sunday, January 28, at 4:15 o'clock, son
from the office of the Dean of to which the general pubic with the lic
Women. exception of small children is invited
Alice C. Lloyd. without admission charge:
Dean of Women. Allegro from Concerto No, 5, Th
in E flat for piano and iga
University Women: Out of respect orchestra . .............Be ethoven ua
to those who are studying for exam- Raymond Kondratowicz wi
inations, all women students are re- Aria, "Voi lo Sapete" from Fr
quested not to move until the week- "Cavalleria Rusticana" . .Mascagni sci
end of Febrtary 9th to 12th. Victoria Toteff of
Alice C. Lloyd. Allegro, from Concerto No. 20, tua
Dean of Women. s in D minor for piano and rec
o1chestra, ...............Mozart ad:
Mixed Badminton: There will be no Jean i'llte labinowitz que
badminton on January 24. The next Allegro Il0olto appassinonato,
meeting will be January 31, at 7:15 4)m Concerto in E minor for I
p. m. violin and orchestra . .Mendelssohn ing
Elizabeth Alisop Lesl of
Candidates for Degrees in iFceb- ungarian Fantasy for piano on
ruary: Students in the College of L., and orchestra.. ...........Liszt o'c
S. & A., School of Education, College Suzanie Malve non
of Architecture, School of Forestry spe
and Conservation and the School of Mount Everest Lecture: Air Com- vit
Ann Arbor Complete
Secretarial School LUNCHEI4N
LEARN TYPING 25c and 30e

dore Fellowes will speak in Hill
litorium on Thursday, Jan. 25, at 8
gn. on "The Conquest of Everest."
e lecture will be illustrated with
tion pictures. Tickets are now
ilahle at Wahr's. Patrons are
ed to purchase tickets immediate-
and avoid delay at the box-office.
Events Today
Chemical Engineering !Seminar:
Otto N. Miller will be the speaker
the Seminar at 4 o'clock, room
1 E. Eng. Bldg., on the subject,
eats of Solution of Hydrocarbon
cabbard and Blade: Regular
eting 7:30 p. m., Michigan Union.
iform required.
'i Sigma meeting at 8:00 p. m.,
m 1139 N. S. Mr. Henry Vander
ialie will give an illustrated talk
"Some Experiences Connected
h Studies of Fresh-water Bi-
ves." Refreshments will be served.
tump Speakers' Society: St. Law-
ce Seaway triangular debate by
ifessors Menefee, Worley, and Pe-
son at 7:45 in the Union. Every-
ly out. Open to public.
alpha Nu meets in the Alpha Nu
im 4th floor Angell Hall. Election
officers for the Spring semester
l be held. All members are urged
Deutscher Zirkel: Meeting in
ague at 8:00 p. m. Wolf-Isebrand
tch will give a short talk on "A
at-trip on the Danube."
University Girls' Glee Club: Reg-
ur meeting at the League at 7:30.
ose who have not as yet paid their
es please do so at this meeting.
Auncheon for Graduate Students:
12 o'clock in the Russian Tea
om of the Michigan League Build-
. Cafeteria service. Professor
arles Remer, of the Economics
partment, will be the speaker.
Outdoor Club: There will be a
eting of the executive council, as
11 as the club officers at 7:30 p. m.
Lane Hall. Bring all collected club
es, as this will be the ast meeting
the current semester.
Iaris Hall: Student-faculty con-
b, from 4 to 6 at which time tea
l be served.
Theosophical Chn: The objects of
is club are: To st'udy Theosophy
a means of gaining a deeper un-
rst'anding of life's purpose and of
ising human standards on intel-
tual, ethical, and spiritual lines.
ose interested in this study are
vited to membership for which
ere are no fees. A Theosophical
blic meeting in connection with
is club will be held at 8 p. m. at the
chigan League Bldg. There are
blic meetings held at this address
cry Wednesday in connection with
is and other activities of the The-
ophical Society (of Point Loma,
lif.) All welcome and questions in-
Ann Arbor Stamp Club meets at
p. m. at the Union. There will be
auction. Visitors welcome.
Coming vents
Observatory Journal Club will meet
4:15 Thursday afternoon in the
servatory lecture room. Mr. Clar-
ce H. Cleminshaw will review
Ieasurements of the Radiation
om Variable Stars" by Pettit and
cholson. Tea will be served at 4:00.

Interpretive Arts Society: On
Nursday, January 25, at 4:10 in
oom 302 Mason :Mall students from
e classes in Speech 43 will read
number of lyric poems from Tenny-
n, Browning, and others. The pub-
is invited to this program.
Vanguard Club: Special meeting
hursday evening at 8 o'clock, Mich-
an Union, to hear Emily Fine, grad-
te of Radcliffe and Columbia, who
ll speak on "Where Will You Go
om Here." Emily Fine has been de-
ribed by Norman Thomas as one
the most valuable young intellec-
als in the field of practical social
construction. Pubic is invited. No
mission. All Vanguards are re-
ested to be present.

R "ehe"rse Birthday Celbration

-associated Press Photo
Patients at the Warm Springs, Ga., infantile paralysis foundation
are shown as they rehearsed the birthday party and cake-cuttiag to be
held January 30 honoring President Roosevelt, their part-tiue neigh-
bor. The cake weighs 344 poundsand is about sevcii feet tall.

Parties egin
Fireworks For
Vote Next Fall
All 435 Seats In House
And 32 In Senate Are1
To Be Filled
WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. -(P)-
Sufficient political fireworks to light
up the national picture, starred by un-
usual conflicts between well recog-
nized political figures, were foreseen1
today as likely in the forthcoming
senatorial and congressional primary
and general elections.
Gossip already is thick on Capitol
hill about contests involving individ-
uals seeking to jump from the house
to the senate and some former sena-
tors, who may try to beat back on
the political path through the con-
gressional route.
(Democrats Organizing
The Democratic congressional com-
mittee tonight steps into the middle
of the picture, A meeting has beenE
called to reorganize for the campaign.
The Republican congressional com-
mittee, already organized, is await-
ing further developments on the
Roosevelt program on which to base
issues for the campaign.
All of the 435 seats in the house
and a third, or 32, senate seats are
to be filled in November.
Few of the candidates thus far'
have formally announced. Others
are maneuvering before committing
themselves. But the preliminaries of
many forthcoming contests are defi-
nitely on.
Colorful Razce In Texas
Almost nation-wide interest already
centers in the campaign between
Senator Connally and Representative
Bailey, for the Texas Democratic,
senatorial nomination, which is tan-
tamount to election. Bailey is the
son of the late Senator Bailey, noted
orator. Connally went from the
house to the senate in 1928.
In Missouri, Representative Mil-
ligan is being urged by friends to seek
the Democratic nomination. Senator
Patterson, Republican, is up for re-
election. There is talk that the for-
mer Democratic senator, Jim Reed,
fiery orater and critic of the Roose-
velt administration, may enter the

Posse Shoots
Prison Break
'Big Boy' Brady Killed By
Peace Officers After He
Escapes From Prison
LANSING, Kan., Jan 23.--/P)-
Death at the hands of bard shooting
possemen has ended the criminal
career of Bob Big Boy) Brady, who
led six other Kansas penitentiary
convicts over the wall last Friday
Brady, a life termer who thrice has
escaped from prison, was shot to
death late Monday near Paola, Kan.,
after he had made a futile effort to
rally his three companions with a cry
of "let's fight" as a posse of peace
officers approached.
Are Put in Same Cellhouse
His three compan ens -T ommy
McMahan, Fred Cody anid Benjamin
Young - were recaptured and re-
turned here. They were placed in
No. 2 cellhouse, from which they es-
caped after overpowering a guard
and constructing a ladder with which
to scale the wall. This cellhouse is
the "solitary" of the state prison.
Their return and the death of their
leader accounted for live of the
seven fugitives. Charles Clifton Mc-
Arthur was taken into custody at
Kansas City Sunday.
Jim Clark and Frank Delmar, who
made their way into Oklahoma after
kidnaping Lewis Dresser, a rural
school teacher, and using his car in
their flight, still are at large. Dres-
ser was released unharmed near Paw-
huska and allowed to keep his car.
Hunger Brought Them Out
Driven from cover by cold and
hunger and still wearing their prison
denbamn, the four were sighted by
Hnry Kohlenberg, a farmer living
11 miles southeast of Paola. He
notified officers and within a short
time their flight was halted.
Undersherifis H. R. Lininger and
Ed Schlotman were the first to ap-
proach the men. When challenged,
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with a rot gun, but the cartridge
failed o explode.
He started to run, cursing at his
inability to clear his weapon of a
damaged cartridge. Both officers
fired with revolvers and Schlotman
downed the desperado with a shot-
The convicts de n i e d Brady's
weapon was one from the prison
arsenal. Cody said Brady obtained . "
it in a single handed foray from the
cscapin g .-oup soonr after they
scaled the wall. He professed to
know no details of the acquisition.
While the officers were concen-
trating their fire on Brady, his com-
panions fled, only to be met by more
possemen. The thrve raised their
hands and surrendered.
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