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Publication In the Bulletin is constru'etive notice to all members of the
Unie;rsit1. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m, Saturday.

Boy King In London Before" Ascending To Throne,

' LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.


VOL. XLV No. 23

and other games will be played.
Evrybody is welcome. Those wishing,
to have supper must make reserva-
tions before 9 o'clock tonight by call-I
ing 2-1025.


Candidates fer the Rhodes Scholar-
ships should procure an application
blank from the Secretary of the His-
tory Department, Room 119, Haven
Hall, and see the Chairman of the
Committee, Professor A. L. Cross,
Room 118 Haven Hall, at his office
hours, before the first of November.

University Fresh Air Camp Com-
mittee is making arrangements to
serve hot coffee from 1:00 to 2:30
p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 21, at the dining
lodge on the Fresh Air Camp proper-
ty, five miles northwest of Pinckney,
about 25 miles from Ann Arbor. The
Committee extends an invitation to
all those interested to bring a picnic
lunch and visit the property on this
date. Arrangements will be made to
show any points of special interest,
including those on the Edwin S.
George Preserve, where there are over
150 deer. The picnic lunches may be
eaten under cover in the present
open-sided dining. lodge, in which
there is a large stone fireplace.
All those desiring to attend please
notify Lane Hall, telephone 8969,
where a map of the route to the camp
may be obtained.
F. N. Menefee,
Chairman. Camp Committee
Chicago Soeiology Trip: The Stu-
dent Christian Association is conduct-
ing a sociology trip to Chicago on
Nov. 2, 3, and 4, under the direction
of Dr. Frank Beck of Chicago. Cost
will be between $6.50 and $8.00; this
will cover room and transportation.
Number of group is limited! All
reservations must be in by the end of
this week. Phone 8969, Lane Hall,
to make reservations. A two dollar
deposit is required.
A catemic Notices.
Psychology 31: The make-up final
examination will be held Monday eve-
ning from 7 to 10, Room 1121 N. S.
Sociology 51: Make-up Final Ex-
amination. Monday, Oct. 22, Room
116, Haven Hall, 3:00 p.m.
Psychology 42: Examination for
absentees, Saturday, Oct. 21, 9:00, in
Room 1121, N. S.

Graduate Outing Club: The club is,
holding a supper hike on Sunday af-
ternoon starting from the steps of
Angell Hall at 4 p.m. Supper will be
cooked out-of-doors and will include
cider and doughnuts. The group
hopes to return by moonlight. All
graduates welcome. Cost is 25 cents.
Those coming phone 8969 preferably
Friday night but before 6 p.m. Satur-
day at the latest and ask to make1
reservations with the Graduate Out-
ing Club specifically.
Genesee Club will meet in the Union
on Sunday at 4:30. This is an impor-
tant meeting for all members of the.
club. Meeting will start promptly.j
Vanguard Club: Germany's Na-
tional Socialism is the subject of
discussion for the regular meeting
Tuesday, 8 p.m., Michigan Union.
Charles Orr, economics instructor,
who lived in Germany before the Nazi
revolution will be the speaker.
The public is invited to attend.
National Student League will meet
at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in Room 304,
Michigan Union. Members and all
interested are requested to attend.
Student Roundtable meets Sunday
at 4:0 p.m., Lane Hall. At present
the discussion is centering around the
problem of "Drifting Youth." Miss

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man. $1.50 per week. 518 Packard.
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
'North Main. 7x
CLOTHING salesman to represent
custom tailoring house. Apply The
Fair. 200 N. Main. Good wages.
Call the Kempf Music Studios for
artistic piano tuning. Terms rea-
sonable. Phone 6328. lx
smokepipe. Extra heavy with lead
coating. Holland Furnace Co. Phone
FINANCE CO. offers bargains in re-
possessed and repurchased cars.
Many 1934 cars with low mileage
included. We will trade and extend
convenient terms. Open evenings.
311 W. Huron. Ph. 2-3267. lox
NORTHERN MICH. Potatoes for win-
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Martha Cook. 2-3225.

"Careful work alow price-.

-Associated Press Photo
At funeral services for his assassinated father, King Peter of Jugoslavia ascended his country's throne for
the first time. This picture shows the youthful monarch leaving a London hotel with his grandmother, the
dowager Queen Marie of Rumania, after being informed of King Alexander's death. Note the sympathetic
crowd gathered at the doorway.

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,junior College
ITeachers Hold
Meeting Her e

Twventy Years Ago
From the Daily files of
October 20, 1914
Contributions from nine men have
been submitted in the contest for

Vibbert To ReturnI
Here About Pc. 1
Prof. Charles B. Vibbert of the
philosophy department, who is con-
valescing in a New York hospital as

water. Will call for
Telephone 4863.

Good soft
and deliver.

Owen, secretary of the Ann Arbor (Continued From Page 1)
Community Fund, and Morris Wilsey, be contrasted with the spirit of or-
oganiz of the Ann Arbor move- ganized endeavor which character-
organizer o h n ro oe zdtelf n ciiyo h ot-
ment, will present the facts concern- ed the life and activity of the north-
ing what the youth are doing for ern people.
themselves and what is being done Prof. Ernest F. Barker, of the
for them. All students are invited. physics department, spoke to mem-
bers of the science department on
"Recent Advances in Atomic Physics."
Harris Hall: Student group meeting "Modern alchemists," said Professor
rnday evening at 7 o'clock. The Barker, "have discovered that trans-
prongram will include a follow-up dis- mutation of atoms is now a reality.
ussion of Dr. Bell's lectures, the Rev. By bombarding matter with one of
Henry Lewis will lead the discussion. three projectiles, a helium atom, a
All students are cordially invited, hydrogen nucleus, or a neutron, it has
been found that a new substance can
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church: be created that did not exist before.'
Services of worship Sunday are: 8:00 Those who expect to create gold and
a.m. Holy Communion, 9:30 a.m. make their fortunes, however, are
Church School, 11:00 a.m. Kinder- doomed to disappointment. First,
;arten, 11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer gold cannot yet be made this way,
and Sermon, preacher the Reverend and secondly, it would not be profit-
Nilliam D. Orr. able if it were, for it requires a terrific
amount of energy to produce the ef-
International Student Forum: Sun- fect."
day, Oct. 21, 3:00 p.m., at Stalker Talk On Modern Prose
Hall. There will be an informal dis-' English instructors heard Prof.
ussion led by Dr. C. W. Brashares Erich A. Walter, of the English de-
>n Youth Movements in different partment, discuss "Some Aspects of
'ountries. All Methodist students and Modern Prose." Professor Walter
their friends of college age who are outlined a group of recent books that
nterested are urged to be present. he had studied over the summer and

writing the music for the 1915 Mich- the result of injuries received from a
igan Union opera, which will be staged fall down the elevator shaft of a New
late in March. York garage, is expected back in Ann
* Arbor about Dec. 1.
Final tryouts for the Girls' Glee He will remain here a few weeks
Club resulted in the selection of 28 and then will bo abroad to join Mrs.
new members, thereby boosting the Vibbert, who is visiting her parents
membership of the club to 50 women. in La Rochelle, France. Professor
* * * Vibbert has been granted a sabbatical
Thomas A. Edison, Inc., has renew- leave of absence for the first semes-
ed its offer this year for a prize of I ter, but expects to resume teaching
$100 for the best motion picture the second semester.
scenic written by an undergraduate.
* * *
Plans have been completed for a Havana Employes HIehi
meeting of the recently organized B Police After Theft
"M" club to be held the evening be-
fore the Pennsylvania game. HAVANA, Oct. 19.- WP) -Police
investigating the bold flight of $157,-
000 from Havana's City Hall treasury
ElectNesaid today it may have a link with
In Research Club revolutionary activities.
One theory was that enemies of the

PERSONAL laundry service. We take
individual interest in the laundry
problems of our customers. Girls'
silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar-
anteed. Men's shirts our specialty.
Call for and deliver. Phone 5594
611 E. Hoover. 2x

Criticize Present HENDAYE, France, Oct. 19.- (/P)
A xIuai C iditB s --,A professor az the University of
t~l11~ldi ~~OfliILI1~SOviedo said today the 330-year-old


vents, Todiy
Cosmopolitan Club meeting in Lane
Hall, at 8 o'clock. Mr. Charles E.
Koella will talk on the "European
Crisis." The temporary committee
on the reorganization of the club will
make its report. Programme of Chin-
ese and Bulgarian music. Refresh-
ments. All American and foreign stu-
dents are cordially invited.
A Touchdown Party will be held
at Stalker Hall at 8:00 p.m. All
Methodist students and their friends
of college age are cordially invited to
come and share the fun.
Coming events
Executive Committee of the Inter-
fraternity Council: Meeting Oct. 24,
at 7:30, Room 306 Michigan Union.
Fraternities having business to' come
before this Committee should present
their petitions to committeemen prior
to the meeting.
Open Field Archery: Open field
archery for men and women students
will be held on Sunday morning, Oct.
21, from 10:00 to 1.1:00 on Palmer
Field. Men should provide their own



Wesleyan Guild wo
Stalker Hall Sunday,(
.m. -Dr. Roy J. Bu
Jniversity faculty wil
Tecessity for Institu
igion." This is the se
f discussions on "Th
igion in Modern So
md fellowship hour

remarked on the position of the mod-
rship service at ern author in the new world of litera-
Oct. 21, at 6:00 ture.
irroughs of the Other faculty men who spoke were,
1 speak on "The Prof. Arthur W. Bromage of the
itionalized Re- political science department, and
econd in a series Prof. H. W. Miller, head of the de-.
e Place of Re- partment of mechanism and engi-
ciety." Supper neering drawing.
following the Orin W. Kaye, director of emer-
gency education in Michigan, spoke
at the Administrator's Dinner last
dent Appoint- night at the Union, on "The State
Classes meet at I Educational Program of the FERA."

government were back of the crime
Officers of the Research Club for 1 in order to secure funds to buy arms
the current year were elected at the and explosives.
club's first meeting held, Oct. 17. Segundo Curtis, municipal treas-
The new officers are: president, urer, was placed in jail after a pre-
Prof. J. G. Winter, of the Latin de- liminary court investigation. The pay-
partment; vice-president, Prof. F. E.- master, Jose Guerra, and two of his
Bartell, of the chemistry department; I aides were also held.
secretary, Prof. C. S. Schoepfle, of Four men entered City Hall Thurs-
the chemistry department; and ! day, locked Guerra and other em-
treasurer, Prof. C. F. Meyer, of the ployes in the safe and then carefully
physics department. The latter two selected the money they wanted. They
held the same offices last year. took $157,000 in United States cur-
Prof. V. W. Crane, of the history rency and left behind more than $1,-
department, and Prof. C. P. Wagner, 000,000 in Cuban silver.
of the department of romance lang- --v_--------
uages, are the new members of the
council. The retiring president, Prof.
C. V. Weller, of the department of
pathology, automatically becomes a
member of the council.
Following the elections, Nathan B.
Eddy, research professor of pharma-
cology, read a paper on "Experiment-
al Studies in the Drug Addiction Prob-
4 I I
-Last Thnes Today

WASHINGTON, Oct. 19.-(IP)-Two
men closely identified with the air
transport industry - Thomas B. Doe
and William P. MacCracken, Jr.,-
today aired their dissatisfaction with
the present airmail setup.
Both appeared before President
Roosevelt's policy planning aviation
Until the cancellation of airmail
contracts, Doe was president of East-
ern Air Transport, Inc. He attended
the meeting of airline executives un-
der Postmaster General Brown that
Postmaster General Farley termed a
"spoils conference," itherefore Doe is1
on the "blacklist" that Col. A. Charles
Lindbergh charged was kept by the'
New Cars fo Taxi Service

institution had been destroyed by fire
and dynamite during recent fighting
between Spanish rebels and govern-
ment forces.
Three priests, he reported, were
burned alive by leftists at Canip Del
San Francisco. The professor said
stolen jewelry was found on the bodies
of 400 revolters killed at Oviedo.
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nents: 9:30, Student

the Church House. 10:45, Morning
Worship. "How Mental Growth In-
fluences Personality." Dr. Norman E.
Richardson. 5:30, Social Hour and
Supper. 6:30, Student Forum. "Why
the Church?" Panel discussion lead
'y Dr. S. A. Courtis.
Unitarian Church - Sunday, 5
p.m., Devotional Service - "Compon-j

The assembly was concluded with a
discussion on "The Junior College in
the State Program of Higher Edu-
cation" by Senator William Palmer
of Flint.
Professor Myers Talks
At Education Conference

SC.A. Cabinet Meeting will bt
Tuesday night at 7:30 in the cabine
room. It is necessary that all mem
beis be present as there are some im
portant items to be discussed.
U. of M. Outdoor Club is having it
first get-together Sunday afternoon
The party will leave the steps of th
Woman's Athletic Building at 2:3
and hike to the Island where basebal

ent Parts of Religion" discussed by Dr. George E. Myers, professor of
c Rev. H. P. Marley. 7:30, Student vocational education and guidance in
t Discussion Group -"The Value of the School of Education, yesterday
- Experience." Prof. John F. Shepard. addressed a meeting of the Western
Pennsylvania Educational Confer-
Ilillel Foundation: 11:15 Sunday, ence at Pittsburgh.
Services at the League Chapel. Dr. Dr. Myers' subject was "The Sub-
s Edward W. Blakeman, Counsellor of ject Teacher's Place in a Compre-
i. Religion, will deliver the sermon on hensive Guidance Program."
e "Our Heritage and Some Common -- -- -----
0 Objectives." All are cordially wel- READ THE



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