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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1934

SLATE
WSIRE
NEWS

program will be given by Mr. Max
I A L 7'O F C A 13ULLTINT Fuller, Miss Eleanor Heck, and Miss
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLET1IN 6g"
Felicia Shpritzer, graduate students
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the in Speech* and by Mrs. Frances Petti-
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President bone, an alumna of the University.
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday. All persons interested are cordially
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1934 down Thursday night, Nov. 15, and invited to attend these meetings.
VOL. XLV No. 44 j transportation provided for those inE
IJLUL~CItEĀ£1 k .l Th GLIt .Jiii

Stanley SpeaksI
On University
Radio Prooram
'Shifting Shorelines OfI
Great Lakes' Is Subject,
Of Broadcast

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

Notices
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
be at home to students and their
friends on Wednesday, Nov. 14, from
4 to 6 o'clock.

the order of their signing : e erman
h rd fhrin Circle will hold a "Tanzabend" in the
Freshmen in the Literary College: basement of the Congregational
The remaining Freshmen mayob- Church at the corner of Williams and
tain their six weeks reports in Room Sate St.. at p.m. All members are
urged to come.

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
Place advertisements with Classified
Advertising Department. Phone 2-1214.
The classified columns close at five
o'clock previous to day of insertion.
Box numbers may be secured at no
extra charge.
Cash in advance-11c per reading line

LAUNDRY
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
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102 Mason Hall according to the fol-
lowing schedule.
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MacDonald Silences
War Debt Discussionj
LONDON, Nov. 13. - (P) -PrimeI
Minister J. Ramsay MacDonald and1
Neville Chamberlain, chancellor of the
exchequer, between them today placed
an effective quietus on any efforts to
bring the war debts question up for
reconsideration.
MacDonald told the House of Com-
mons that the whole question of inter-
national debts was in abeyance at
present.
That statement, he said, applied
equally to the international debt dis-
cussed at the Lausanne Conference
and to the war debts owed to the
United States.
Chaco Is Captured
By Bolivian Offensive
BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 13. - UP) -
A new Bolivian offensive in the Chaco
Boreal today had recaptured approx-
imately 1,600 square miles of territory
,hi the northwest portion of the dis-
puted area, reports reaching Buenos
Aires said.
The Bolivian drive, launched de-
spite the onset of the rainy season,
virtually wiped outhParaguay's hard
won conquests in the course of Gen.
Estigarribia's daring advance toward
the Parapiti River and Bolivian oil
fields in August.
Rickenbacker Forced
To End Miami Flight
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Nov. 13 -
(P)-Darkness overtook Capt. Eddie
Rickenbacker here today as he landed
his fourteen-passenger plane at 5:50
p.m., hours behind schedule on his
projected dawn to dusk round trip
flight from New York to Miami.
Charges Of Overwork
Are Made At Denison
GRANVILLE, O., Nov. 13. - Deni-
son University campus was aflutter
with excitement today over charges
made by the Denisonian, college week-
ly, that a record number of student
nervous breakdowns are being caused
by "lengthy assignments promulgated
by overzealous professors."
Whistler Memorial Hospital is taxed
with a record number of students suf-
fering relapses because of over-work,
the Denisonian article stated.
The average Denison student is
getting only six hours' sleep nightly,
as a result of the "heavy social and
scholastic requirements," it was said.
U.S. Eases Restraint
On Foreign Exchange
WASHINGTON, Nov. 13 - (11) -
Observers read hints of orthodoxy,
stability and confidence in the future
of the dollar today between the lines
of a Treasury order removing all
restrictions from transactions in for-
eign exchange.
Although the move had little if
any reflection in the day's currency
quotations, Treasury officials were
pleased with the reaction expressed
in world money centers, where the
view was taken that it represented an
advance toward normal conditions.
The order removed a requirement
that all purchases of foreign ex-
change obtain the permission of the
Treasury, a consent readily given in
all cases. It substituted only a con-
dition that all future purchases in
excess of $5,000 be reported to the
Federal Reserve Banks.
Circuit Court Reverses
Byers' Case Decision
NEW YORK, Nov. 13. - ()- Rob-
ert J. Byers, former Michigan adju-

To University Community Fund SZ. Thursday. r
Campaign Solicitors: The Ann Arbor T
Community Fund Exect~ive Commit-!
tee wishes daily reports on subscrip- Academic Notices
tions to the Fund. All University i
solicitors, therefore, are requested to English 31, Mr. Litzenberg's sec-i
turn in signed subscription cards tions: The assignment for Wednes-
daily to the following members of the day, Nov. 14, is Wordsworth's "Mich-t
University Central Committee : i ael."
Architecture ... Professor Bennett ! I
Education .....Professor Schorling I Psychology 31: A discussion will be1
Engineering......Professor Dodge given Thursday at 7 p.m. in Room 300t
Hospital.............Dr. Haynes W. Med. for my classes which were1
Law............Professor Tracy dismissed Monday on account of thet
Medicine..........Dr. Edmunds Armistice Day program.

All Others......Professor Rodkey
Any cash or checks received in full
or partial payment of subscriptions
should accompany the cards.
R. G. Rodkey, Chairman
University Central Committee
University Broadcasting:
9:15-9:30 a.m.-Laboratory Pro-
gram for University Speech Class
announcing the concert by the Don.
Cossack Russian Chorus, the lecture
by Lyman Beecher Stowe, and Camp-
us News.
2:00-2:30 p.m.-Vocational Guid-
ance Series - Topic, "The Social
Service Worker," Arthur E. Wood,
Professor of Sociology, and Director
of the Curriculum in Social Work.!
Registration for all senior and
graduate students who are interested
in obtaining positions next year will
be held at the Bureau, 201 Mason
Hall, as follows: Tuesday to Friday,
Nov. 13 to 16, inclusive; hours 9:00-
12:00 and 2:00-4:00. This registra-
tion covers both teaching and non-
teaching appointments. There is no
charge for registration at this time,
but after Nov. 16 a late registration
1 fee of $1.00 will be charged. All stu-
dents who wish to file their creden-
tials this year are urged to register
during the regular enrollment period.
University Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Informationi.
Pre-Medical Students: The Asso-
ciation of American Medical Colleges
Committee ton Aptitude Tests recom-
mends that any student applying for
entrance by September, 1935, to a
medical school should take the Ap-
titude Test. This will be given on
December 7, 1934, in Room 25, Angell
Hall, from 3 to 5 o'clock. For ad-
mission to practically all medical
schools'this test is now a normal re-
quirement. All applicants for ad-
mission to the University of Michigan
Medical School are expected to take
it. A fee of one dollar is charged to
defray the expenses of the Commit-
tee. Full information and applica-
tion blanks should be obtained as
soon as possible at the Office of the
Registrar, Room 4, University Hall.
Registration will extend from Nov.
12 through Dec. 3.
Ira W. Smith, Registrar
School of Forestry and Conserva-
tion, Mid-Semester Reports: Cards
for mid-semester reports are being
mailed today to all instructors of stu-
dents in the School of Forestry and
Conservation. These should be
mailed promptly to the office of the
School of Forestry and Conservation,
Room 2048 N.S.
Students, College of Engineering:
The final day for the removal of in-
completes will be Saturday, Nov. 17.
In cases of extenuating circumstances
this time limit may be extended, but
a petition for extension of time must
be filed in the Secretary's Office on or
before Saturday, Nov. 17.
College of Architecture, Mid-Semes-
ter Reports: Cards for mid-semester
reports are being mailed today to all
instructors of students in Architec-
ture.. These reports should be mailed
promptly to the office of the College
of Architecture, Room 207 Arch.

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Psychology 31: Attention is called
to the fact that the make-up color;
demonstration will be held in Room
1121 N.S., Thursday from 7 to 10
p.m. The other make-ups will be
given in Room 300 W. Med. in ac-
cordance with the schedule posted on
the bulletin board.
Lecture
Stuart Chase Lecture: The second
number of the Oratorical Association
Lecture course will be presented in
Hill Auditorium tonight when Stuart
Chase speaks on the subject, "The
Economy of Abundance." The lec-
ture will begin promptly at 8:30.
Tickets are available at Wahr's book-
store until 5 o'clock and will be avail-
able at the Hill Auditorium box office

sd cs eg .tl oty nbasis of five average Words to
George M. Stanley of the geology line) for one or two insertions.
Thccsophical Club study class department spoke over station WJR 10c per reading line for three or
meiga8pm.MihgnLeague1 more insertions.
meeting at 8 p.m. MichiganL yesterday on "Shifting Shore Lines Minimum 3 lines per insertion.
Chapel continues the study of 'Kar~ of the Great Lakes," as part of the Telephone rate -15c per reading line
man-The Law of Consequences.' Michigan, My Michigan" series of 4 one or two insertions.
ma MihiaThe MchgaLawresof 14c per reading line for three or
All interested are welcome. radio programs. more insertions.
________ad y progas. y10% discount if paid within ten days
FresmanGle Clu: Rheasal Stanley began by citing the ex- I from the date of last insertion.
Fresbman Glee Club: Rehearsal Minimum three lines per insertion.
at 5 o'clock in the music room of ample of the different positions of By contract, per line -2 lines daily, one
tethe Tawas lighthouse. "In 1856 this; month................c
the Union. Please be punctual.hs 4 lines Ehs I. 2months........3c
lighthouse was located on the end 2 lines daily, college year.......7c
of Tawas Point," he said, "but dur- 4 lines E.O.D., college year.......7c
Varsity Glee Club: The Waiting T." 100 lines used as desired.........9c
List Club will meet today at the usual ig the next 20 years the pointr s 1000 lines used as desired ........c
time in the Glee Club rooms. Regu- built out by e waves an cu2,000 lines used as desired........6c
lar meeting on Thursday night for almost one quarter of a mile, and in The above rates are per reading line,
theVarity1876 the lighthouse was relocated at1 based on eight reading lines per inch.
the Varsity Club - all members pres-hs Ionic type, upper and lower case. Add
ent. Members of both clubs be on the new end of the point. By 1900 6c per line to above rates for all capital
etM me r atf:30bthtpontcasulmotboe-hlfnile letters. Add 6c per line to above for
time promptly at 7:30. the point was almost one-half mile !bold face, upper and lower case. Add loc
longer than in 1876, and a fog horn per line to above rates for bold face
Luncheon for Graduate Students was placed at the end of the point caital ettrs.nt
at 12 o'clock in the Russian Teakin that year. Thus it was built out type.
Roo1 of the Michigan League Build- three-fourths of a mile in 44 years.I
ing. Professor Arthur Lyon Cross, For some reason the further exten- LOST AND FOUND
RichardHudson Professor of English sion of Tawas Point has not been
RcrdudnPrfsrofEgshcarried on as rapidly in recent years." G
History will speak informally on Arie raply in e e eas LOST: Drawing instruments. Lost 3rd
"Some Harvard Worthies of the Nine- Anothereamperisron floor W. Engineering Building. Re-
ties."coast of Lake Superior. Fish tugs
ties_ the Michipicoten River, 1 ward for return. No questions asked.
- entering h h tn r15 Phone R. B. Scott, 2-2147.
Graduate Women Students: A pos- years ago, were accustomed to pass
ture class for graduate women will between a certain island and the LOST: One full-dress coat Monday
meet at 5 o'clock in Barbour Gym- mainland; but, by 1931, a point had evening, between 6 and 7. Reward
nasium. Any graduate woman in- been built out by the shore currents Call 8911.
terested is invited to attend. to connect this island with the land,
and boats must now enter by another
Dance Club Demonstration: The channel.I Brow n xp a n
Dance Club will give a demonstration Stanley explained these and other Explains
ae C:45 in Barbour Gymnasium. examples by the phenomena of "post-
ar priclal ivie adglacial uplift." When this territory!
Fresh en e wpari ireited ad was co ered by a great glacier the
land was depressed, and when it left

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STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006
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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
NASH-Custom Tailored clothes.
Measured by C. Krug, expert tailor.
Office 214 E. Washington. Phone
2-1910 for appointment. 6x
NOTICE
PACKARD CAFE now open. Special
meal ticket, $5 for $4. Regular din-
ner, 25-35 cents. Lunch 25 cents.
Cakes and pies all home baked.
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
WANTED
WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main. 7x
Significance
Fational Election
tien was the first held under the
provisions of the "lame duck" amend-
ment which the veteran reform sen-
ator sponsored. Senators and repre-
sentatives who were elected last-Tues-
day will now begin serving their terms
and sessions on January 3 of next
year instead of having to wait until
a year from this December.
Professor Brown mentioned one
mnrn nnint of c~~irriiaraqarci

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from 5 o'clock until the time of the
lecture. Patrons are urged to obtain
tickets as early as possibleand avoid
congestion at the box office.!
Events Today
Business Administration Assembly:
Mr. Henry H. Heimann, Executive
Manager of the National Association
of Credit Men, is to speak on the sub-
ject "Recovery and the New Deal"
at 10 a.m., in Room 231 Angell Hall.
Students in the School of Business}
Administration are expected to at-
tend, and others interested are in-
vited.
Chemical Engineering Seminar:
Mr. S. J. Meisenburg will be the
speaker at the Seminar at 4 p.m. in
Room 3201 E. Eng. Bldg., on the sub-
ject, "The Influence of Small Con-
centrations of Air in Steam on the
Steam Film Coefficient of Heat Trans-
fer in a Vertical Tube Forced Circu-
lation Evaporator."
Mechanical Engineers: The A.S.
M.E. will hold a meeting at 7:30 p.m.
at the Michigan Union. Professor
Young, of the Forestry Department,
will speak on Conservation. There
will be important business to discuss.
All mechanical engineers are urged
to attend. v
A.I.Ch.E.: Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Room
3201 East Eng. Bldg. Prof. A. H.
White will speak on "Building Ma-
terials Old and New." All interested
are cordially invited to attend.

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Publicity Committee of the League:
Important meeting at 4:15 in the
Undergraduate Offices of the League.

National Student League meets at
8 p.m., Room 302 at the Union. It
will take up organization, new elec-
tions, and future plans. Members
and all interested in joining are re-
quested to attend.
Wesley Players will have an im-
portant meeting at Stalker Hall at
8 p.m. All members are urged to be
present.
Michigan Dames: The Book Group
meets at the home of Mrs. William
Clay, 505 N. Division, at 8 p.m.
Coming Events
Electrical Engineering Colloquium:
The second of the series of colloquia,
conducted by the faculty and the
graduate students of the Department
of Electrical Engineering, will be held
Thursday, Nov. 15, in Room 153 W.
Eng. Bldg. at 4:30 p.m.
Mr. Shin L. Ma will speak on
"Hyperbolic Vector Diagrams." In-
terested seniors in the Department
are welcome to attend. All graduates
are expected to attend.
Cercle Francais meeting Thursday
evening at 7:45- in Room 408, Ro-
mance Language Building. Refresh-
ments will be served. Both new and
old members are cordially invited to
attend. Dues are payable at this time.
Polonia Circle: Regular bi-weekly

the earth began to spring back in itsI
normal position, and is continuing to
do so.
In concluding, Stanley said, "I
might even state a geological fore-
cast. As the land continues to rise
at Buffalo, at the outlet of Lake
Erie, the Lake Erie waters will grad-
ually back up the Detroit River. If
the uplift continues at its presentl
rate for 400 years, which is probable,
Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair will
become one. There will cease to be
any current in the Detroit River, and
freighters might go equally fast in
either direction. In 20I0 years, there{
would no longer be a St. Clair River,
for Lake Erie and Lake St. Clair1
would be united with Lake Huron at
one level. If the regulating works
at the Chicago drainage canal were
left to decay, at about this same time,
2000 years hence, the Great Lakes
would probably be draining to the
Mississippi; outflow at Buffalo would
be discontinued and Niagara Falls
would run practically dry."
Twenty Years Ago
From the Daily files of
November 14, 1914

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that several New England voters
thought of running John Quincy
Adams for vice-president in the 1820
f election in order to show their confi-
dence in him and to keep his name in
the public mind until the next pres-
idential election. Adams declined the
nomination because, as the Plumer

correspondence shows, he was afraid moreUpoiozi1iic '1 ne.re iLs
of the effect his running against Dan- of the election show that the Demo-
iel D. Thompkins of New York might crats are assured of control of the
have on the voters of that state. Senate for at least four years since
Plumer~, although he respected Adams' only one thiird of the Senate is sub-
wsesnth estildthougtject to election every two years and
that his name should be connected the Democratic majority is so large
wththe h lect souldbeso e ctedothat the Republicans cannot hope to
wicast his votiorin some way,0resgain control before 1938 at the
ident - the single vote which Mon- earl .
roe failed to receive.
Over-confident Democrats may take OPERA REHEARSALS
a note of warning, thinks Professor Members of the Union Opera
Brown, from this parallel situation, Cast are requested to report today
because, as it turned out, Adams was at the following times and places
elected president in 1824 although of meeting:
there were so many candidates in the Group III and IV -4 p.m., Lit-
field that he had to rely on a tle Ballroom.
"lame duck" House of Representatives Group II - 4:45 p.m.; Room 305.
to get the office. The era of good Promptness is desired.
feeling which existed then and appar-
ently exists now soon gave way to PET BEAR KILLS OWNER, 67
a period of intense strife within the
party, according to Professor Brown. SAN ANGELO, Tex., Nov. 13. - (P)
Another significant item, Profes- -- W. Tom Brown, 67 years old, was
sor Brown said, is that the voters of clawed and bitten to death by a three-
Nebraska adopted the amendment year-old pet bear at his filling a

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Pi Tau Pi Sigma meeting at 7:30 meeting Thursday., Nov. 15, Michigan
p.m. with the initiates at the R.O.T.C. League, 7:30 p.m. All students of Pol-
Drill Hall. Uniforms requested. ish ancestry are invited to attend.

Alpha Nu meets at 7:30 p.m. sharp,
in the Alpha Nu room, fourth floor
Angell Hall. The final debate in the
first round of the pledge debate series
will be held on the subject, Resolved,
That the Legislature of the State of
Michigan should reorganize countiesI
of the state into substantially larger'
units. After the debate an open forum
discussion of the subject will be held.
Education Clubs Dr. Purdom will
speak at an open meeting of the Edu-!
cation Club, on "How To Get a Job,"
in Room 2431 in the University Ele-
mentary School at 7:30 p.m. An
open discussion will follow the speech.
Interpretive Arts Society: The pro-
gram for tonight will begin at 7:15
and will be over in time for the lec-
ture by Stuart Chase. The meeting;
place is Room 302, Mason Hall. The
Matinees 30c Nights 40

Cosmopolitan Club: Lecture by Dr.
J. T. Sunderland on "Contributions
of East to Our Culture," Nov. 17,
Lane Hall, 8 p.m.
A Scavenger Hunt is to be given at
Stalker Hall Friday evening, Nov. 16.
Groups will leave the hall in quest of
loot at 8:30. Be sure to join in this
fun.
. Michigan Dames: The Music Group
will meet Thursday, 8 p.m., at the
home of Mrs. R. C. Hussey, 595 River-
view. Music of the South will make
up the program.
GIRL UNCONSCIOUS 17 DAYS
SPRING LAKE, Nov. 13.- (P) -
Bernice Start, 17 years old, had been
unconscious for 17 days Tuesday. She
was struck by a hit-run driver's car.
Her condition is still critical.

Motion pictures of the Harvard and
Pennsylvania games, together with a
novel variation in the program in the
shape of "talking movies," will be
given soon in Hill Auditorium by the
Varsity Band in the hopes of raising
funds to purchase new overcoats.
President Harry B. Hutchins has
received complaints from the builders
of the new women's dormitory to the
effect that students have made a
practice of removing the lanterns
placed as warning lights.
Cornell's football team arrived in
Detroit today with every man on the
squad in the best of shape for the
clash with the Wolverines tomorrow.
The team will practice at the Detroit
Country Club all morning and then
depart for Ann Arbor.
According to statistics sent to the
Michigan Alumnus, Michigan has 32
men in the 63rd Congress while Har-
vard had only 20 alumni representa-
tives.
Investigation of the campus demand
for the re-instatement of the Junior
Hop yesterday showed that the matter
has not yet been actively considered.

providing for a unicameral legisla-
ture, an amendment proposed by Sen.
George Norris (Rep., Neb.). The
amendment was carried to success in
spite of the opposition of leaders of
both major parties.
Another result of the election re-
bounds to the credit of Senator Nor-
ris, Professor Brown said. The elec-
TODAY - THURSDAY
DOUBLE FEATURE
GEO. BANCROFT in
"ELMER AND ELSI E"
GLENDA FARRELL in
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tion on Love Oak Creek.
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POSITION'S
for the
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Business College
State and William Streets
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