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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, APRIL 20, 1934,
VOL. XLIV No. 142
Notices
To the Members of the University
Senate: At the meeting of the Uni-
versity Council on April 16, 1934, the
following actions were taken:
(1) That there be established the
Council of the General Library, in-
cluding its branches, composed of five
members including the librarian who
shall be chairman ex officio. The
President shall appoint four mem-
bers for four years in such manner
that there will be one appointed each
year. Members shafl be eligible to
reappointment.
(2) That the members of the Coun-
cil shall be chosen, without particu-
lar regard to the representation of
Schools and Colleges in the Uni-
versity, from members of the teach-
ing staff who have had special oc-
casionto observe the needs and the
operation of the Library in matters
affecting instruction and research.
The Council shall develop its own
methods of procedure.
(3) That it shall be the function
of the Council to confer and advise
with the Librarian in all general
matters of library policy and library
finance.
(4) That the Council of the Gen-
eral Library make an annual report
to the University Council.
(5) That the relation of the gen-
eral library to other libraries and
special funds not now under its jui-
isdiction and the existence of the,
present library committees of the
several colleges are unaffected by
this action.
Louis A. Hopkins,
Secretary, University Council
Students in Engineering-Law Con-
bined Course: Third year students in
Engineering-Law who expect to com-
plete the required three years work
in Engineering before September,
1934,. should call at the Secretary's
Office, 263 West Engineering Build-
ing, and make application to be rec-
ommended for admission to the Law
School.
Bronson-Thomas Prize in German:
The examination will be held in
Room 204 U. H. at 2:00 p.m. today.
Competing essays are to be handed
in previous to the examination.
Quarterdeck Society: All members
who wish to make the trip to Detroit
will please sign the notice on the
bulletin board before 3:00 p.m. to-
day.
Foreign Students: Anyone desiring
pictures of the recent All Nation Rje-
vue may see the samples and leave
orders at my office, Room 1004 An-

gell Hall, between 3:30 and 5:00 any
day this week or next.
J. Raleigh Nelson,
Counselloi to Foreign
Students
Mixed Biding for Students: An
advanced class in riding will be held
on Wednesday evenings at.Mullison's
stables at 7130 beginning April 25.
Those interested are asked to leave
name and telephone number at Bar-
bour Gymnasium, Office 15d
Medical examination cards must
be brought to the first meeting.
All Posters Being SubjnitteA in the.
Anti-War Poster Contest are expect-
ed to be in Lanle Hall tonight at 6
p.m. Contest closes at this time.
Academic Notices
Sociology 132: Trip to Ypsilanti
State Hospital postponed until Sat-
urday morning, starting at 10 o'clock,
bus in front of[ Union.
Speech 37: Students in- all sections
of this course are urged{to attend
the final argument in the Law School
Case Club competition in Room 100
of Hutchins Hall at 2:30 today.. The,
2 o'clock section will be. excused from
the regular class meeting.
Events Today,
English Joinpa Club meets in the
League today. Business meeting at
4:00, including nominations of. of-
ficers and an amendment to the con-
stitution. Program open to the pub-
lic at 4:20. Subject: The Humanist.
Interpretation of Literary Scholar-
ship. Discussion by Mr. Helm, Miss
Richardson, Mr. Webster, Mr. Roel-
linger.
Final Argument in Law School
base lubs: The final argument of
the annual case club competition will
be held in connection with the Foun-
ders Day Exercises of the Law School
today in Room 100 of Hutchins Hall
at 2:30 p.m. The public is cordially
invited to attend.
Pi Lambda, Theta, initiation and
Banquet at 6:00 p.m. in the Uni-
versity Elementary School Library.,
All members attending call Esther'
Belcher, 4121, Ex. 490 Thursday, April'
19, to make reservations.
Roussky Kroujok: Lasar Galpern,
ballet master and theatre director,
will speak on the subject, "The Rus-
sian Theatre Today and Yesterday,"
at 8:00 p.m., Lane Hall. All who
may be interested are cordially in-
vited to attend.
Theosophy: The Ann Arbor Theo-

SiphicAlSociety will discuss "Factors
in Spiritual Progress" by Annie Be-
sant, at 8:00 p.m., Michigan League.
Those interested are cordially invited.
Michiga League Against. War and
Militarism: Meeting at 5 p.m., Lane
Hall -Upper Room. All members
please be present. General student
body invited. Plans for coming An-
ti-War Conference on May 4 and 5s
will be discussed.t
Lutheran Students: There will bet
a Lutheran Student Party this eve-t
ning. Entertainment will be games
and dancing. Meet at the Zion Luth-
eran Parish Hall at 8:15 p.m. Trans-
portation will be provided.
Presbyterian Students and their
guests are cordially invited to at-
tend the party at the Church House
this evening from 9 to 12. Dancing
and refreshments. There will be az
small charge.
Coming Events
Cosmopolitan Club: Meeting on
Saturday, April 21, 8:OQ p.m., Stalker
Hall. Dr. Mehmet Aga-Oglu, Freer
Fellow and Lecturer on Oriental Art,
will give an illustrated lecture on
"Turkish Art during the Selduk-pe-
riod." In conjunction with Dr. Aga-
Oglu's lecture Miss Faize F. Shev-
ket, a Barbour Scholar from Turkey,
will also speak, explaining the great
social change which took place in
Turkey. Everyone is welcome.
Chinese Students' Club: A picnic'
will be given Saturday, April 21, at
Whitmore Lake for all Chinese stu-
dents. There will be no fee for trans-
portation and supper. Please meet
promptly at Lane Hall Saturday at
1:00 p.m.
Dance for Graduate Students on
Saturday, April 21, at the Women's
Athletic Building, from 9 to 12 0'-
clock. Bowling from 10 to 11:30 0'-
clock. Admission 35c.
Outdoor Club: The U. of M. Out
door Club is sponsoring a canoe trip
from 2 to 7 p.m. Saturday. The party
will paddle up the river towards Dex-
ter. Everyone is invited, but those
planning to attend must leave their
names at Lane Hall. The group will
Meet a few minutes before the hour
at Lane Hall. Cost per person will
be, approximately 75 cents. Bring
your own supper!
Quting for Graduate Students:
There will be a supper hike Sunday
leaving Angell Hall at 3:00. For res-
ervation sign up on the GO.C. notice
in the library, Angell Hall, or the
Natural Science building before 6:00
p.m. Saturday. Supper charge 25
cent. Emergency reservations may
be made by calling 4988 between
12:30 and 2:00 Sunday but this
should be avoided if possible.
PAGE BACH AND BEETHOVEN
EMPORIA, Ians., April 18.-- M)-
Thirty-eight per cent of students at
the College of Emporia voted for
classical music instead of jazz as en-
tertainment at student assemblies.
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Football Meln
Given, Advice
BySally Rad
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sound and still pictures were being
taken, but appeared serious and quite
tired when she had gotten away from
the crowd afterwards. Then she
talked.
She has a reputation of having been:
unusually argumentative when in
school in Kansas City, and explained
her main point of contention was al-
ways ethics. "I argued for freedom of
speech and thought," she said.
"To me impulse is more - much
more - honest than is mature consid-
cration." It was apparent that she
follows this rule too, for she acts with
the spontaneity and lightness that
characterizes the "obey that impulse"
principle.
Marriage is. a consideration with
Sally, and it will happen when she
meets the man she loves. "I'd have to
love him," she said, "for I don't in-
tend to get divorced. Whether or not
I'll retire when I get married depends
on the, man. If he's wealthy, I will, if
not I'll keep on working." Anyhow, I
intend to keep on with what I'm doing
now as long as it is popular."
"Most of the things money can buy
are relatively unimportant," she said
when asked about finances. "I've both
had and been without money."
Miss Rand has taken some workat
Columbia University and said that
if she were going to college it would.
be to a co-educational school.
"My ambition is to be a dramatic
actress like Helen Hayes. I admire her
above all actresses, for she gives an
honest performance. If I could do her
type of work as she does it I would
start today," Miss Rand said.
And with that she began the re-
turn trip for anafternoon appearance
in Detroit, next stop Columbus, and
so on,
p/ Sriq s r Jty

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novelties to students. Call Friday
afternoon. 913 Dewey. Phone
2-2468. 425
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suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
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North Main. 5x
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STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Calif.,
April 19 -(P)- David Sinclair, 32-
year-old son of Upton Sinclair, Cali-
fornia Socialist and candidate for
Democratic nomination for governor,
has declared his father's defection
from Socialist ranks ",rather annoy-
ing, and not anything less than that."
Upton Sinclair, who in the past has
been an active Socialist, deserted their
ranks last year and registered as a
Democrat, so that~he could seek nom-
ination for the governorship.
Young Sinclair, a physics instrue-
bor at Columbia University, considers
the Austrian Socialists to have won
a moral victory in the present riots
in Vienna. "It's so much better," he
said, "than just to have gone down
without any attempt to resist. It was
most encouraging to Socialists here,
at least to me, that the Socialists
didn't go soft."
BRIGUT SPOT
802 Packard Street
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Potato Chips - Cucumbers
30c - ROAST BEEF
25c - SOUP - FISH FILLET
Potatoes, vegetable, bread, dessert,
and drink with all luncheons
5:30 TO 7:30
- 35c -
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S US-I 1PILLET PORK STEAK

Air Corps pe ii To
Desirable Recru its
The Army Air Corps attached, to
Selfridge Field has vacancies for de-
sirable and qualified men, according
to a dispatch from George S. War-
ren, captain adjutant at the field,
to Postmaster A. C. Pack.
The vacancies are for enlisted men,
18 or more years old. They must have
"excellent character" and high school
graduates are preferred. Men who
are interested may address the com-
manding officer at Selfridge Field,
Mt. Clemens.
Construction Of City Jail
Slowed lBy Relief Plan
Retarded by the complications in
the county's work-relief program,
construction on Washtenaw County's
new jail has been proceedingly slow-
ly.
Because workers on the jail are
only permitted to work sufficient
hours to provide for their relief sum
at the standard wage rate, Abram
Fisher, in charge of construction, has
at his disposal a full gang for only
the first two days of the week.

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LocaJ.-Districts
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A compromise between Ann Arbor
supervisors and those of the other
districts in the county on the real
estate assessments for next year was
reached at a meeting of a special
cqualization committee of the board
of supervisors Wednesday afternoon.
Ypsilanti and rural supervisors re-
quested that Ann Arbor's assessment
be raised to the level of the other
districts, but when Ann Arbor su-
pervisors disagreed, it was arranged
instead that the other districts would
lower their assessments to the same
level.
Approximately $30,000 deficit for
the approved county budget for next
year would result from this move, it
was estimated. However, the budget
provides for wiping out all the coun-
ty's deficit of $93,000, and the short-
age may be met by only paying part
of this amount.
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WATCH FOR SUNDAY'S MENU

PEGGY SHANNON
PRESTON FOSTER

Bl'siter CJrabbe and Mary Carlisle
Ted Mio Rico and Orchestra

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