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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
Vniversity. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until
3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday..



VOL. XLIV No. 105
All Students possessing .driving
permits, who have purchased 1934
license plates or who will use their
1933 plates until August 1, are re-
quested to renew their permits and to
obtain new student permit tags. All
old permit tags will be void on and
after March 1, 1934, and any sub-.
sequent driving while using last se-
1featr's permit tags will be consid-
tred a'violation of the Automobile
Regulation and constitute grounds
for disciplinary action, Application
fr renewal of permits should be
made promptly at Room 2, University
W. B. Rea,
Assistant to the Dean.
tudets, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts: No course may
be elected for credit after the end
of the third week of the semester.
Saturday, March 3rd, is therefore the
lest date on which new elections may
be approved. The willingness of an
individual instructor to admit a stu-
dtnt later would not affect the oper-
ation of this rule.
Sfudents, School of Nduwaationi: No
courses may be elected for credit
aftr Saturday, March 3. Any change
6f erections must be reported at the
Registrar's Office, Room 4 Univer-
_ y Hall. This includes any change
of sections or instructors.
Membership in a class does not
cease nor begin until all changes
have been officially registered in the
Registrar's office. Arrangements
flade with the instructors only are
not official changes.
Students in History: Ijistory stu-
dents who are qualified to receive
assistantships under the FERA are
requested, to consult with the chair-
man of the History Department, 119
Haven Hall.
Sigma Xi Nominations: In order
to be acted upon this year, nomina-
tions for membership in Sigma Xi
must be in my hands by March 1.
Lewis S. R amdell, Se'y.
University Radio Talk Over WJR:
2?00 p. m., "The Short Story," Fred-
erich W. Peterson, assistant profes-
gor of English.
University Bureau of Appoitment s
a0d Occupational Information: Miss
Frances Harrison, assistant director
of the Graduate School for Jewish
Social Work of New York City, will
be at the office of the bureau, 201
Maon Hall, Wednesday, February
2&s Any students who are interested
in securing scholarships or fellow-
ships for next year will please call
the office for an appointment before
t6n o'clock Wednesday.
Uiversity Bureau of Appointments
Andc Oeupational Information: Men
Who are interested in a summer camp
position in the Adirondacks, will
please call at the Bureau of Appoint'-
tients, 201 Mason Hall for further
Oraduate Luncheon Club: No grad-
uate luncheon this week. At the re-
quest of the faculty and student com-
mittee of the Spring Parley who need
to use the Russian Tea Room, the
luncheon for graduate students will
be omitted this week.
Tra nsportationLibrary: The
Transportation Library will be open
evenings from '7 to 10:30 on Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

"The Territorial Organization of So-
ciety." The public is cordially invited.
Oratorical Association Lecture: Dr.
Amos O. Squire will speak in Hill
Auditorium on Thursday, March 1, at
8 o'clock on the subject, "Famous
Criminals I Have Known" Tickets
are now available at Wahr's.
French Lecture: Professor C. A.
Knudson will give the third lecture
"Les Sports et les Jeux au Moyen
Age" Wednesday, February 28, at
4:15 o'clock, room 103, Romance Lan-
guage Building.
Tickets for the series of lectures
may be procured at the door.
Events Today
Sigmat Xi, meeting in the large lec-
ture room of the Chemistry and
Pharmacy Building, at 7:30 p. m.
Professors M. Gomberg and H. B.
Lewis will speak briefly on the de-
velopment of Chemistry and Phar-
macy at the University of Michigan.
T'he Romance Journal Club meets
at 4:15 in Room 108, Romance Lan-
gauge Building. VMr. Charles E. Koella
will read a paper on: "Georges Cour-
teline, causes et effets de son amer-
Botnical iJournal Club meets at
7:30 p. in., room 113 Nat. Sci. Papers
by Dr. Gustafson, Mr. Austin, Miss
Meh, Miss Uhvits and Mr. Dunham.
All interested are cordially invited.
Physics Coll qqium: Dr. E. J. Ab-
bott will speak on "Measurements of
the Smoothness of Machined Sur-
faces" at 4.:15 p. in. in Room 1041,
East Physics Bldg. All interested are
cordially invited to attend.
Forestry Assembly: Dean Dana will
spear at 9 a. in., in Room 2054 Na-
tural Science Building, on "Forestry
and the Lumber Code." All students
in the School of Forestry and Con-
servation are expected to attend, and
any others interested, including par-
ticularly pre-forestry students, will be
University Oratorical Contest: All
p; ospective contestants for this event
are requested to meet in Room 4003
Angell Hall at 4 p. m.
Alpha Kappa Delta meeting at the
home of Prof. McKenzie, 1817 Cam-
bridge Road, at 8:00 p. in. Those driv-
ing and those desiring means of
transportation please meet at Haven
Hall at 7:45 p. m.
Polonia Circle meeting at 7:30,
Michigan League. Important meet-
French Club: Meeting at 8:15 at
the Union. The room number will
be posted on the bulletin board. Pro-
gram will include a faculty speaker.
Notice to Members of Dean Bur-
sley's Luncheon Club: President
Ruthven will speak at the regular
meeting of the Luncheon Club at the
Union, 12:15.
Faculty Rifle Shoot tonight at 7:30.
All faculty members cordially in-
Michigan Technic: Staff meeting
in Room 3046, East Engineering
Building, 7:30 p. m.
Black Quil: Important meeting at
8:15, Michigan League.
Wyvern Freshman Dramatic Club
meets today at 12:00, Russian Tea
Room at the League. All members
and other freshmen women who are
interested be sure to come. All mem-
bers who have ideas concerning the
play should have them ready to pre-
sent to the club.

Junior Lit Finance Committee:
Meeting at 8:00 p. m. at the League.
Christian Science Organization:
Meets at 8 o'clock this evening in
the Chapel of the Michigan League
Wuilding. All faculty and students in-
terested are invited to attend.
Michigan Dames: The Bridge group
will meet this evening at 8 o'clock,

Alumni Room of the Michigan
League. Mrs. S. Stoner will be in
The Bibliophiles meet at 2:30 at
the home of Mrs. C. Howard Ross,
1513 Brooklyn Avenue. Mrs. Jack
Sharman is in charge of the pro-
The Bookshelf and Stage Section
of the Faculty Women's Club meets
at 2:45 at the home of Mrs. George
R. Moore, 2105 Melrose.
Esperanto: Prof. Clarence L. Mea-
der will lecture on "Esperanto, the
International Language" at 4:15 in
Natural Science Auditorium, under
auspices of the Tolstoy League.
Coming Events
Graduate Students and Upperclass-
men Concentrating in Economics are
invited to meet with the Economics
faculty, to consider organization of a
discussion group and other matters
of mutual interest, at the Michigan
Union, Thursday evening, March 1,
at 8 o'clock. Refreshments will be
Alpha Nu meets Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 28, 7:30 p. in., Alpha Nu Room
4th floor Angell Hall. Leo Walker will
lead the discussion. Men interested in
applying for membership in the old-
est organization on the Michigan
campus are especially urged to at-
Adelphi House of Representatives:
Regular meeting Wednesday, Feb-
ruary 28, 7:30 p. m. in the Adelphi
Room, fourth floor Angell Hall.
Please note the change in day.
Opportunity to join the society will
be given at this meeting to all under-
graduate men interested in public
speaking and debating. Applicants
should have ready a five-minutes
speech on a subject of their own
Sociedad Hispanica: Regular meet-
ing at the Michigan League Wednes-
day, February 28, at 7:30. Professor
Kenyon, of the Spanish Department,
will deliver a talk on Spain and will
illustrate this talk with slides. Re-
freshments will be served. Everyone
is cordially invited to attend.
Electrical Engineers: The meeting
of the Student Branch of the A.I.E.E.,
scheduled for this evening, will be
postponed until Tuesday evening,
March 6.
Varsity Glee Club rehearsal Thurs-
day, 7:30. No reheasal today.
Stump Speakers' Society: Regular
meeting tomorrow night at the Union
at 7:45. Circle meetings and finals in
the intercircle impromptu speaking
contest. Discussion, "Shall the Gov-
ernment Run the Airmail?"
Drama Club of the Junior Group of
the American Association of Univer-
sity Women will meet at the home of
Mrs. L. F. Rittershofer, 1121 Ferdon
Road, Wednesday, Feb. 28 at 8 p. m.
Art Section of the Faculty Women's
Club will start a new series of lessons
with Mrs. Chapin, March 8. The
group plans to do outdoor painting
this spring.
Thoserinterested may come to the
science room of the University Ele-
mentary School, Thursday afternoon,
March 1, or call Mrs. R. V. Churchill,,
4655, for information.
Negro Stabbed In Head
In Argument Over Girl
Suffering a knife wound in the
back of the heaq, Jimmy Wiggs,
Negro, was taken to St. Joseph's Hos-
pital early yesterday morning after

a free for all fight at 812 Fuller
St., where he was stabbed by Charles
Flowers, Negro.
According to witnesses, questioned
by police, Wiggs and Flowers became
involved in an argument over a girl,
and the fight began when Wiggs drew
a knife. Others joined in the melee
until there were 10 people fighting.
Roosevelt Crutcher, Negro, was
slashed in the hand. During the tur-
moil Flowers and the girl disap-
peared, but were later picked up by
police and taken to the temporary
quarters of the county jail along with
Wiggs, Flowers, and the girl were
each sentenced to 10 days in jail in
lieu of an $11.95 fine.

Phone 2-1214. Place advertisements with
Classified Advertising Department.
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o'clock previous to day of insertions.
Box Numbers may be secured at no
ext1ra Charllge.
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(on basis of five average words to
line) for one or two insertions r
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Minmum three lines per insertion.
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one or two insertions.
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The above rates are per reading line,
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case. Add 6c per line to above rates for
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above for bold face, upper and lower
case. Adl 30 per line to above rates for
bold face capital letters.
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1933, 1932, 1931, 1930 models. 12x
FOR SALE: Practically new Grinnell
baby grand piano at bargain price.
Call 2-2501, daytime, and 4307
after 5:30p. m. 359

suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main. 5x
WILL PERSON who received wrong
overcoat at "316" last Wednesday
evening, please communicate with
Box 40, Michigan Daily.
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cars. Only standard rates. lx
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individual interest in the laundry
problem of our customers. Girls'
silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar-
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Call for and deliver. 2-3478, 5594.
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-Associated Press Photo
The modest polace in Hsinking, in which the ceremonies of the
enthronement of Henry Pu-Yi, former "boy emperor" of China, as em-
peror of Manchukuo will take place. The extent of the new emperor's
realm, the map of which is shown, includes 32,000,000 people. The
emperor-elect celebrated his 2$th birthday yesterday.

Emperor Pu-Yi
Celebrates For
Throne Ascent
Fiuture laxchukuo Ri er
Holds Festivities On His
TwenLy-Eiglhtl Birthday
HSINKING (Changehun), Man-
chuquo, Feb. 2.- (P) - Henry Pu-Yi,
bespectacled emperor-elect of Man-
chukuo, observed in fasting, prayer
and meditation today the 28th anni-
versary of his birth.
There was a premature celebration
of the occasion Sunday night. An
informal birthday luncheon was held.
Visitors streamed in and out.
Today, the young ruler-to-be bur-
ied himself gravely in studies de-
signed to prepare him for the en-
thronement March 1- a process of
purification, it is called.
Throughout the excited city, there
was a noisy hustle and bustle that
contrasted sharply with the scene
at the modest residence of Pu-Yi.
Thousands of detectives, soldiers
and police swarmed the streets, al
assigned to one task - that of ap-
prehending any suspicious characters
who might possibly be connected with
plots on the life of the future sov-
Even newspaper and cameramen,
who have arrived from many lands,
were scrutinized by the suspicious au-
High Manchu dignitaries, thor-
oughly versed in the installation rites
of the ancient Chou dynasty are tu-
toring Pu-Yi in the performance of
his functions in the enthronement
Pu-Yi himself selected the rites,
which date back 3,000 years, because1
-although they reflect the greatest j
spiritual and philosophical develop-
ment in China - they are compara-
tively simple, and therefore in har-
mony with his ideas.
John Grimminger, a student in
meteorology at George Washington
U left last week to accompany Rear

jUnion pr
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Groups taking part in the Union
Opera will report at the following
hours today:
Groups I, II, III ........4:00 p. m.
Group IV, cast........7:15 p. i,.
All men interested in stage craft
and scenery work are asked to
register from 3 to 5 p. in. daily in
the student office of the Union.
Officials State
SALT LAKE CITY, Feb. 26-(/)--
The wrecking of a giant United Air
Line transport last Friday was so
swift and sudden, line officials said
today, that the eight persons who
died never knew what happened.
The plane fell veritcally, like a
great ball of steel, and struck the
ground with such force that the en-
gine was imbedded in the ground
up to the cabin.
"All the bodies were pushed for-
ward," said Leon Cuddeback, assist-
ant to Chief Pilot H. T. Lewis of
United Air Lines. "The ship did not
move after it struck the ground.
There was no evidence of fire. Death
must have been instantaneous to
The dead:
Miss Mary Carter, stewardess, for-
merly of Omaha and Chattanooga,.
Lloyd Anderson, Cheyenne, pilot.
Eric G. Danielson, Cheyenne, co-
J. J. Sterling, mayor of Benton.
Harbor, Mich.
Marcellus Zinsmaster, Des Moines,
Evald W. Berglund, Boone, Ia.
Bert McLaughlin, Perry, Ia.
E. L. Walker, Rock Springs, Wyo,
Missing since last Friday, short-
ly after it had taken off here for
Cheyenne with five passengers and

ord Motor Co.
Investigated By
National Board
NRA Compliance Body To
Probe Charges As New
O itreak Occurs
WASHINGTON, Feb. 26- R"P) -
The Ford Motor Co. is under investi-
gation by NRA's national compliance
board in a new outbreak of the feud
between the two.
The board said it had "quite defi-
rite charges" about violations of a
collective bargaining clause at Ford
assembly plants at Edgewater, N. J.,
and Chester, Pa. It notified Edsel
'ord that in view of the company's
refusal to send a representative here
it would investigate.
The Ford company submitted a de-
tailed answer to the complaints, but
it refused to be represented at a se- I
cret hearing heVe last Friday. Wil-
liam H. Davis, compliance director,
said that unless there was a change
of attitude he would "proceed."
The NRA meanwhile prepared for
what looked to Hugh Johnson like a
"field day" for criticism. Johnson in-
vited NRA's critics to an open forum
here this week. So many requests
to voice complaints have come in
that the sessions will be long ex-
One criticism came from Benja-
min M. Anderson, Jr., economist for
Chase National Bank. He thought
efforts at price regulation are hin-
dering recovery.
NRA officials today took note of
a statement by William Green, pres-
ident of the American Federation of
Labor, that industrial unemployment
was 1,500,000 less than last year, but
still 1,500,000 more than in Janu-
ary, 1932. Green suggested shorter
work hours.
Recovery officials were cheered by
a Federal Reserve Board statement
that January and early February saw
swift increases in industrial output
and a general wholesale price rise.
Half a dozen major industries,, in-
cluding the automobile, textile, meat
packing and anthracite coal busi-
nesses, the board said, advanced dur-
in'g January to bring the production
index .to 78 per cent of the 1923-25
Whelesale commodity prices were
listed as advancing from 70.4 of the
1920 average to 73.7 during the third
week of February.

Members of the Society of Les Voy-
agcurs took a hike last Sunday to the
Saginaw forest cabin where the af-
ternomonvwas spent walking about the
foresit plantations and enjoying sk~i-
ing and skating. Following a sup-
per prepared by the members, the
group gathered about the fire for a
song-fest and then returned to Ann

Academic Notices
Fourth Freshman Lecture in Hy-
giene for Men in Waterman Gymna-
sium, Thursday and Friday, March 1
and 2, at the following hours: Thurs-
day, 3:15, 4:15 and 5:15; Friday, 3:15
and 4:15. This requirement includes
all freshmen in the regular physical
training groups, athletic squads and
others that have been excused from
these groups.
English 100 (Bennett Weaver) will
meet Tuesday from 4 to 5 in Room
302 of the Michigan Union.
Economics 51, (1st Semester Final
Make-up): The make-up final will be
given on Thursday, March 1, from
2 to 5 o'clock in room 207 E(..Bldg.
Political Science 107: Make-up ex-
amination will be held Saturday,
March 3, in Room 2203 A. H., at
9:00 a. m.I
University. Lecture: Thursday,
March 1, 4:15 p. m., Natural Science
Auditorium. Professor Roderick D.
McKenzie, Department of Sociology:
7A TY T _'17 XA rmT1TT.tIV.c 1 rw

Admiral Byrd to the Antarctic and a crew of three, the transport was
will gather important weather data found wrecked in a snow covered
which will be of great benefit to the pass 20 miles east of here. The
expedition and meteorology in gen- wreckage was sighted at dusk Sun-
eral.1day by a searching plane.


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