TH E 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.
Cubans Seek To Oust Officers Held In National Hotel
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1933
To the Members of the University Council: The first meeting of the
Council for this year will be held on Monday, October 9, at 4:15 p. in., Room
1009 Angell Hall. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
To University Faculty Members: In response to numerous requests, and
in order to accommodate Faculty members, special provision has been made
for accepting in payment of Choral Union Concert tickets, checks postdated
to November 1. Those desiring to take advantage of this provision are re-
spectfully requested to communicate with the President of the School of
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: All
candidates previously enrolled with the Bureau, should call at the office
and leave their addresses and schedules, if they are in attendance this
Meeting of the Staff, Department of Chemistry: will be held in Room
212 Chemistry Building at 4:00 p. m., Friday, October 6.
Notice to Freshmen: Those students who have not yet taken one or
both of the tests required of all entering freshmen will be expected to make
up these examinations today and tomorrow, October 5 and 6.
Those who missed the English examination should report at 301 Mason
Hall today. Those who missed the Algebra examination should report at
2:00 p. m. tomorrow, October 6.
These examinations take precedence over all other appointments includ-
ing class work. Be on time. C. S. Yoakum.
Voice Classes: Owing to the number of students enrolled for class in-
struction in voice and in order to avoid conflicts, an additional section has
been formed, meeting at 8 o'clock, Room 223, Mezzanine Floor, School of
Music, James Hamilton in charge.
Tau Beta Pi: All members who have transferred to the University of
Michigan from other schools this fall, please get in touch with Stanley
R. 0. T. C. Tailors will be at R. O. T. C. Headquarters between 8:00 a.
m. and 4:30 p. in. today and Friday to measure students for uniforms.
English 31, Section 17: On Wednesday, October 4 and thereafter, Sec-
tion 17 of English 31, which has formerly met in Room 4203 A. H. at 1
p. m., will meet at the same hour in 2003 A. H. A. L. Hawkins.
Applicants for Ph.D. in Economics: All applicants who plan to take
the general examinations this fall should see the Secretary of the De-
partment of Economics in Room 107 Ec. this week.
Shop 4-A students will meet Prof. Gwiazdowski in room 1300 East En-
gineering Bldg. this morning at 8 o'clock.
Kappa Nu: There will be a tea today at the Hillel Foundation sponsored
by the Kappa Nu fraternity. Everybody is invited.
Political Science Journal Club meets in the Political Science Seminar
room from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m. All graduate students in political science are
expected to attend.
Interpretive Arts Society: All members who wish to take active part
in the Society this year are urged to meet in Room 302 Mason Hall Thurs-
day, at 4:00 p. m.
Polonia Literary Circle will meet for the first time this year, at 7:30
at the Michigan League. All students of Polish descent are urged to attend it.
Quarterdeck Society meets at 7:30 p. m. in room 340, West Engineering
Tau Beta Pi business meeting at 7:30 p. m. in Room 348 W. Eng.
Election of a new vice-president and member of the advisory board. All
members please be present.
Dance Club will have its first meeting at 4:30 in Barbour Gym, 2nd
floor. All girls interested are urged to come. A tap club will be formed later.
National Student League: An open forum will be held in the Michigan
Union Lobby at 8 p. in. Topic: Cuban Intervention. Everyone invited.
Paleontological Journal Club will meet in room 1553 University Mu-
seums on Friday, October 6, at 5 p. m. All those interested in a review of
recent paleontological literature will be welcome.
P1 Lambda Theta organization meeting Friday, 7:30-8:30 p. m., Uni-
versity Elementary Office. Important that all members attend or notify
Betty Hawes, 2-3225. Transfer members of other chapters cordially in.
Ann Arbor Theosophical Society presents E. Norman Pearson of Detroit,
president of the Michigan Theosophical Federation, in a lecture entitled,
."The Rebirth of Christianity," Friday evening, Oct. 6. Michigan League
Building at 8:00 o'clock. Everybody cordially invited.
DETROIT, Oct. 4-(P)-The Mich-
igan drug trade group today was em-
barked on a campaign designed to
make drug stores the exclusive re-
tailers of packaged liquor when and
if the sale of spirits is legalized in
Two hundred druggists and phar-
macists decided in a meeting Tues-
day night that druggists were the
logical dispensers of liquor. They op-
posed the establishment of state
liquor stores, but recommended that
clubs, hotels, and restaurants, be per-
mitted to sell liquor by the glass.
It also was recommended that sales
in drug stores be only for consump-
tion off the premises; that profits be
limited to 33 per cent of the whole-
Mats 15c Nights 25c
I Have Lived"
Extra- I]ATEST Fox
A. C. L.
-Associated Press Photos
Enlisted men in the Cuban army are shown in action as they sought to oust several hundred officers
barricaded in the National Hotel at Havana. At least 44 were killed and 89 wounded in the battle.
Rev. Lewis Calls Col. Robins
Fascinating, Fearless Speaker
A fascinating and fearless lecture the problems of working people grew,
is to be expected when Col. Raymond and Robins entered social service
Robins, probably one of the best au- work in Chicago, working with Miss
thorities today on Soviet Russia,wokn ChcagoHworkn wt rMs
comes to Hill Auditorium Dec. 12 on Jane Addams of Hull House for a
the Oratorical Association lecture period of years.
series, according to the Rev. Mr. Althouglh a progressive Republican
Henry T. Lewis, rector of St. An- in politics, a member of the admin-
drew's Episcopal Church. istration of Theodore Roosevelt, and
Mr. Lewis, who knows the lecturer a candidate for senator from Illinois
personally and has heard him speak I on the Progressive ticket, Robins was
on Russia since his visit there last appointed in 1917 by President Wil-
year, says hat Col. Robins, who has son as an unofficial observer in
spent his life in social work, favors Russia.
the recognition of the Russian gov- Robins arrived in Russia when the
ernment by the United States. Kerensky government was in power,
Robins was born in New York Mr. Lewis said, and remained there
City and received a degree in law through the Revolution, coming to
from George Washington University know both Lenin and Trotzky very
in 1896. As a young man just out of well. When he returned to this coun-
college, Robins followed the gold rush try after the war, he spent most of
to the Klondike, and there he be- his time lecturing on conditions in
came interested in the condition of Russia and other European countries.
the miners, Mr. Lewis said. Last year Col. Robins went back
From this beginning his interest in to Russia for eight months, studying
TWO FIRST-RUN FEATURES
"A YO3R O~F H E L L"
Cagney, as the big brother of today's wild youth
in the BIG HOUSE FOR LITTLE MEN
CHARLES RUGGLES - JOHN HALLIDAY
Murder moves at Midnight -and is "Charlie" Scared!
HAT RACQ Ol EDC Cleaners and Blockers of Hats, who are not real hatters,
.FACTORY destroy the rich finish and shapeliness of 'a good hat the
11I 9 TH,r very first time they clean and block it, so that after a few
WEARE days wear the hat gets fuzzy and cheap looking
FACTORY HAT STORE
(W:W.Mann) 611Packard Street (near State
Man Is Killed
Strikes Go On
Flare-up Occurs As 400
Workers Try To Enter
Ambridge Steel Plant
SULLIVAN, Ind.. Oct. 4 - (A') -
Frank Stalder, 30, was killed today
by an automobile driven through a
crowd of pickets assembled at the
Starburn mine several miles north of
AMBRIDGE, Pa., Oct. 4-(P)-
Three workers were beaten and one
picket was wounded by gunfire in
an outbreak of strike violence at the
Ambridge steel plant today. One
worker was reported in a serious con-
The flare-up occurred as a group
of 400 pickets attempted to halt em-
ployes trying to enter the plant of
On Charges Of
HARRISON, Act. 4-(P)-Five of-
ficers of the closed Clare County
Savings bank today stood acquitted
of accepting deposits knowing their
bank was insolvent and with intent
to defraud, and the verdict contained
a charge that the state banking and
securities commissions had "failed
lamentably in the purpose for which
they were organized."
The defendants were James A. Mc-
Kay of Detroit, the president; Clark
H. Sutherland, the cashier; Fred O.
McGuire, the assistant cashier, and
Elmer Anderson and Homer Douglas,
Judge James S. Parker of Flint,
who heard the case without a jury,
said in " his verdict returned late
T u e s d a y that they had "clean
hands," and that there was no evi-
dence to show that deposits were
loaned for speculative purposes.