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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Guns, Knives Used As Minneapolis Truck Drivers Riot

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When truck drivers staged one of their riots in Mi irneapolis, one striker tried to caln his members by
pleading from the steps of a. patrol wagon. Sixteen pickets and four policemen were hurt in this disorder,
which was followed by other outbreaks in which more than 30 men were injured as the striking truckmen
fought police with guns and knives.

Sigma Rho Tau To
Fresent Tung Oil
Crown dAtBunquet
The Tung Oil crown will again be
awarded to the oiliest tongue at the
Sigma Rho Tau banquet which will
be held Thursday, May 24 at the
Union.
Prof. W. L. Badger was the winner
last year and will present it to the
new winner at this banquet. Professor
Badger spoke on "Chemicals in
Pullman Car Blankets" in which he
showed just why the blankets are
always short in the winter, and long
'and heavy in the summer.
The year previous to last the crown
went to Prof. John S. Worley who
spoke on the Tung Oil Prom., and his
speech is preserved as an unblemished
classic in the archives of the Stump
Speakers' Society. This event has de-
veloped a historical importance and
only faculty members are allowed to
speak. The crown is held for one year
and then presented to the new winner
at the next banquet.
The talks are all impromptu and
not over two minutes long. The mem-
bers suggest to the toastmaster who
they would like to hear and the toast-
master calls on that faculty member.
This is an opportunity for the stu-
dent member to get back at the fac-
ulty members, Prof. F. N. Menefee will
be the toastmaster and Dean H. C.
Sadler will be the lead off speaker.
The other honors to be awarded at
this banquet are: the Cooley cane
which will be awarded by William
F. Kugler, '34E, who won it last year,
and advancement in membership
from the Stump to Sigma Rho Tau.
Bright Spot
802 Packard Street
LUNCHEON 20c, 25c, 30c
11:30 to 1:30
DINNER. . 30c, 35c, 40c
5:15 to 7:45
YOU'LL BE SURPRISED

GeyoloryStation
Will Celebrate'
15th Summer
Many Honored Guests To
See Station Located At
Mfill Spring,_Kentucky
Celebrating its 15th season, the
University Geographical and Geolog-
ical Station at Mill Spring, Ken-
tucky, will have as honored guests
sometime during the summer Pres-.
ident Alexander G. Ruthven, Prof.
Louis A. Hopkins,, director of the
Summer Session, and Prof. Arthur
C. McFarlan, director of the Ken-
tucky Geological Survey and head of
the department of geology at the Uni-
versity of Kentucky, Prof. George M.
Ehlers, director of the station, said
yesterday.
During President Ruthven'and Pro-
fessor Hopkins' stay, several inter-
esting events have'been planned, Pro-
fessor Ehlers stated. Professor Mc-
Farlan will give a series of illustrated
lectures on the geology of Kentucky
and trips to nearby points of geolog-
ical and historical interest will be
made.
The station is located. at Price's
Meadow, a spot celebrated in the his-
tories of the Long Hunters, men who
pushed through from Virginia and
North Carolina in the latter part of
the 18th century to hunt in the re-
gion. Because travel was so difficult,
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GRADUATION OR CHILD'S PET
Scotty pups, famous bloodlines
$20 and $25. 2376 Springwells
Detroit 473
FOR RENT
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by month or season. Fine beach.
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LOST AND FOUND
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Saturday, Union Dance. Other coat
there. Call Union or 7767. 474
their trips -were of extremely long
duration, and they were dubbed the
"Long Hunters."
Professor Ehlers said that an excur-
sion would be made to Hine's Cave,
one of the Long Hunters' more per-
manent posts and where several ar-
cheological finds of great importance
are located, showing that the cave
was also a home of the early Indian
inhabitants of Kentucky. Trips will be
made to a large natural bridge in the
vicinity whose geological origin is still
unknown. One of the first battles won
by the Federal forces in the Civil War
in this sector was fought near the sta-
tion and earthworks of the Confed-
erates are still visible.
Anyone attending will find a great
deal to interest him in his spare time,
Professor Ehlers said. "Since the sta-
ticn opens on June 19, it is essential
that students interested in field work
in geology and geography sign up
immediately."

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suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 8 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main. 5x
WANTED: For next semester. Room
in house with few roomers. Shower
bath. Box 51. 471
WANTED: Canoe. Old Town or equiv-
alent. Write stating condition,
equipment, and price. Wm. M. Bell,
1950 Grand River, Detroit. 472
WANTED: A portable typewriter. Call
4208 before 6:30. 469
WANTED: Used clothing. Best prices
paid for men's clothes and shoes.
Phone 3317. I Friedman. 468
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
New York Civil $ervice
Examinations Announced
Announcements of various exami-
nations offered by the New York Civil
Service Commission have been re-
ceived by the University Bureau of
Appointments and Occupational In-
formation.
Positions open to non-residents of
New York State include state health
officer with an annual salary of $3,-
000 to $3,500 and occupational thera-
pist, receiving $1,500 to $2,000 yearly.
There are also various positions, in-
cluding typists and stenographers
open only to residents of New York
State.
Announcements are on file at the
office of the Bureau of Appointments,
201 Mason Hall.
TYPEWRITING PAPER
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Fifty kinds in many qualities.
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ENGLAND .......$144.50 $188.00
FRANCE ..... $149.50 $190.00
GERMANY.........$161.00 $200.00
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Other classes quoted free.
Tours and Cruises advertised anywhere.
63 days, 6 countries, $G28 3rd, $598 tourist.
38 days, 6 countries, $378 3rd, $447 tourist.
Passion Play included. From New York on
steamers where tourist is the first class
on ship.
D. & C. to Cleveland and Buffalo.
Phone your order Tielkets delivered
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DETAILS: 225 days visiting 60 The VOLENDAM, famous cruise
ports in 34 countries -38,000 steamer of "The Spotless Fleet",
miles of travel -: sailing from New will sail at the beginning of the
York October 4th, 1934 - from
New Orleans October 11th, 1934.. next Fall semester carrying an en-
from San Francisco October 27th, tire faculty and student body-a
1934. returning to NewYork May ritable
21st, 1935.- minimum rate $1750 vera Floating PIQ
- Standard Shore Excursions $600. College Campus.
Write for full details of curriculum, itinerary, facilities, to: ,4O
Dean JAMES E. LOUGH, 66 Fifth Ave., New York, or
HO LLAND-AMERICA
L N E 520 Book Bldg., Detroit sP

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EVELYN BRENT
"Guilty or Not Guilty"

BETTY COMPSON
and "The Crusader"

THURSDAY and FRIDAY

REGIS TOOM EY n
"What's Your Rocket, and

JOHN MIL JAN
"Twin Husbands"

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NOW

Two gay, sparkling First-run Features!
UChTER FOR YOUR FUNNYBONE
ELDYIN'PRING
A Poromount Picture ... with
Radio's Romantic Tenor
LLANNY ROSS
CHARLIE RUGGLES
MARY BOLAND
ANN SOTHERN
And Also,

LAST TIME TOMORROW at 3:15
NEW NUMBERS EACH PROGRAM
The B rd/ian / A ieCricaji Dancers
Doris HUMPHREY
Charles WEIDMAN
"May we addour personal recommendation to the fullsome
praise of the New York critics - and to the enthusiasm of the
Ann Arbor audiences - of these great, gay and colorful dancers.
We urge you not to miss one of the finest treats we have ever
brought to Festival audiences in these brilliant dancers!"
-ROBERT HENDERSON

The cooL MENDELSSOI-N Theatre

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TONIGHT and TOMORROW at 8:15
MATINEE TODAY at 3:15
Madame EUGENIE LEONTOVICH
tAnd So To Bed"

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