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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, NOVEi

SLAT E

DAILY OFFICIAL IIULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the Presidenxt
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

WIRE
NJWS

Germany Arms for War
Says French Oficiat
PARIS, Nov. 19 -(?)-France was
warned sharply today that Germany
was building up a mighty military
machine and could, by next year,
throw)5,500,000 men into action with-
in a short period of time.
This was the declaration of Leon
Archimbaud, reporter of the budget,
who asked credit of 5,689,215,000
francs (about $376,200,000) for the
1935 war budget.
"The enemies of France," declared
Archimbaud, "are intensely prepar-
ing for war as though it were to be
in the near future."
Chicago Woman Jumps
To Death From Window
CHICAGO, Nov. 19. - (P) - A
middle-aged woman fell or leaped to
her death from a window of the Stev-
ens Hotel today, her body landing on
the sidewalk onicrowded Michigan
Ave. It was the third similar death in
Chicago in the last six days.
The victim was identified by the
coroner's office as Mrs. Teresa Naugh-
ton Ryan, wife of Thomas Ryan, a
retired Chicago policeman. She had
registered at the hotel as Mrs. M.
Brown only half an hour before the
tragedy.
14 Deaths Are Caused
ry Pacific Coast Storm
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 19.-- (A) -
A storm from the ocean lashed at
parts df the Pacific Coast today caus-
ing 14'deaths, 11 of them in traffic,
and Capt. Thomas J. J. See, retired
Navy mathematician, declared that a
cycle of severe floods was beginning.
Capt. See said that he based his
forecast for the ending of droughts
and the beginning of floods on the in-
crease of sunspots.
. FC, Gen. Dawes, In
Sixty Million Law Suit
CHICAGO, Nov. 19 -(IP)- Recov-
ery of $60,000,000, the unpaid portion
of the $90,000,000 so-called "Dawes
lion" of 1932, today was sought from
the 4,000 stockholders of the Central
Republic Trust Co. in a suit filed in
federal court by the Reconstruction
Finance Corp.
On petition of attorneys for the
4.F.C., Federal Judge John P. Barnes
granted a temporary restraining or-
der enjoining other creditors of the
stockholders from filing similar ac-
tion pending the court's disposition
of the bill.
Case Of Scarlet Fever
Quarantines Fraternity
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 19 -(p)-
Forty-seven University of Illinois
men, all members of Alpha Tau
Omega fraternity, were quarantined
today because of one case of scarlet
fever, that of Jake Bradshaw, junior
from Jerseyville, Ill. All will be given
tests and those showing a positive
reaction will remain in quarantine
for a week.
Philadelphia Clubman
Being Held For Ransom
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 19 - (P) -
The Philadelphia Record in a copy-
righted story tonight says William
Weiss, known in night life circles of
the city, has been kidnaped by "un-
derworld characters" for $100,000
ransom.
The kidnaping occurred, the news-
paper says, on Oct. 26, but was kept
secret by the family until today when
the Department of Justice was asked
to aid.

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1934
VOL. XLV No. 49
Notices
University Broadcasting:
9:15-9:45 a.m.- A Class in Ele-
mentary Singing, Joseph E. Maddy,
assisted by the University High
School Choir.
2:00-2:30 p.m. - "The Minerals of
Michigan," Chester B. Slawson, As-
sistant Professor of Mineralogy
(Michigan Series).
..Freshmen from the followng and
Freshmen from the f o 11 o w i n g
schools are reminded of the confer-
ences with their principals in the
Registrar's Office, Wednesday, Nov.
21.
Alma College (Canada), Ann Arbor,
Battle Creek, Bay City, Birmingham,
Cazenovia, Cranbrook, Culver, Dear-
born, Detroit, (Cass, Central, Cooley,
Country Day, Eastern, Northeastern,
Northern, Northwestern, Redford,
Southeastern, Southwestern, West-
ern), Detroit University School, Fern-
dale, Flint, Fordson, Gary (Horace
Mann), Grand Haven, Grosse Pointe,
Hamtramck, Highland Park, Howe,
Kingswood, LansingnLeelanau, Man-
chester, Milwaukee University School,
Monroe, Mt. Clemens, Northville,
Owosso, Plymouth, Pontiac, Port Hur-
on, Rochester (B. Franklin), Rome,
Romeo, Royal Oak, Wyandotte, Ypsi-
lanti (Roosevelt).
Ira M. Smith, Registrar
Upperclassmen: Former students
of the schools lister above are invited
to call at the Registrar's Office Nov.
21 to meet with the principals. If
you will call Extension 373 you can
learn at what hours your principal
will be having interviews.
Ira M. Smith, Registrar
Faculty, College of Engineering:
There will be a meeting of the Facul-
ty of this College on Wednesday,
Nov. 21, at 4:15 p.m., in Room 348,
West Engineering Building. The spe-
cial order will be a discussion of the
length of the engineering course.
Faculty, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts: Within a few
days midsemester report cards will
be distributed through the Depart-
ments. Reports should be sent to my
office not later than Saturday, Dec. 1.
W. R. Humphreys,
Assistant Dean
Students, School of Education:
Permission to drop courses without
"E" grades will not be given after
Wednesday, Nov. 28, except under ex-
traordinary circumstances. No course
is considered officially dropped un-
less it has been reported in the office
of the Registrar, Room. 4, University
Hall.
Foreign Students Attention: Tues-
day and Wednesday, Nov. 20 and 21,
are the final dates on which your re-
plies to the invitation to the Inter-
national Dinner are to be received. If
you wish to attend the dinner you
must either write me or call at by of-
fice, Room 1004, Angell Hall before
Wednesday at 5 o'clock. The dinner
entails no expense to those who at-
tend.
J. Raleigh Nelson,
Counsellor to Foreign Students
Swimming Club - Women Stu-
dents: Tryouts for the women's Swim-
ming Club will be held on Tuesday
and Thursday, Nov. 20 and 22 at 8:30
p.m. at the Union Pool.
Junior Girls' Play: All those who
wish parts or committee positions in
the Junior Girls' Play must fill out
League Dramatics Cards before Wed-
nesday, Nov. 14. These cards may be
obtained at the Undergraduate Office
of the League and are to be turned in
there after they are made out. They
will take the place of petitions.

Anthropology 103: There will be a
40 minute quiz Wednesday, Nov. 21,
on material presented in lectures.
Block Courses in Physical Educa-
tion: Education F41b and F43b will
begin on Vionday, Nov. 19. Educa-
tion F45b will begin on Tuesday, Nov.
20.
Lectures
University Lecture:
Prof. Charles F. Remer, of the Dc-

partment of Economics, will speak
on the subject, "Professors in Wash-
ington," at 4:15 p.m., Tuesday, Nov.
20, in'the Natural Science Auditor-
ium. This is the second of a series
of University Lectures by members
of the University faculties, which
faculty members, students, and the
general public are cordially invited
to attend.
Lyman Beecher Stowe Lecture:
"Saints, Sinners, and Beechers," will
be the subject of the third lecture on,
the Oratorical Association series to be
presented tonight in Hill Auditorium.
The lecture will begin promptly at
8:30. Lyman Beecher Stowe will
present an intimate and interesting
story that will deal particularly with
Harriet Beecher Stowe and Henry
Ward Beecher. Tickets are avail-
able at Wahr's until 5 o'clock. The
Hill Auditorium box office will be
open from 5 o'clock until the time of
the lecture.
, Concert

Community Fund Reaches Half
Of 60,000 Charity Drive Goal
Almost half the $60,000 goal of the service division. headed by E. W.
Community Fund Campaign has been Breay, reported contributions of $1,-
785.25. The leaders of these three
reached, it was announced yesterday teams are S. M. Beckwith, T. R. Hud-
at a report luncheon held in the Ma- son, and L. M. Shankland.
sonic Temple. Including the subscrip- Other reports were as follows: the
tions reported yesterday, which automobile division under F. E. Benz,
amounted to $7,063.91, a total of $28,- reported $40.90; the financial group,
765.16 has been pledged to the fund. headed by Earl Cress, $90.50; the
The largest contribution made by clothing division, headed by Karl Mal-
any one group, a total of $2,107.66, colm, $474.50; the furnishings divi-
was reported by Otto W. Haisley, su- sion, under H. J. Lepard, $157.50; the
perintendent of Ann Arbor schools, industrial division, under C. W. Light-
and chairman of the organizations hall. $15.00; and the professional di-
division of the fund. He announced vision, $148.00.
that teachers and other employees of Women Announce Total
the Ann Arbor schools contributed Out of eight teams in the women's
$1,749.28to the fund, or an equiva- divisions reporting, a total of $579.00
lent of one and a half day's salary. was announced. Hal G. Haylor, cam-
Children Contribute paign director, also announced that
Other contributions made in that additional contributions have been re-
division, were made by the school ceived by the advance gifts division,
children of Bach school, who contrib- amounting to $155.00.
uted $14.88, and by several of the city The campaign is to conclude Thurs-
women's clubs, who reported three day, and campaign leaders hope that
three subscriptions, totaling $85. the entire sum of $60,000 will be raised

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
MEN'S, WOMEN'S, CHILDREN'S
half soles. Good leather. 40c pair.
Boot Factory, 534 Forest.
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
Call the Kempf Music Studios for
artistic piano tuning. Terms rea-
sonable. Phone 6328. lx
LAUNDRY
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Careful work at low price. 4x
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sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006
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NOTICE
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
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condition. Inquire 508 Hill St. Phone
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FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
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3 or 4 students. Also student desires
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LOST: Black suitcase. Left in front
of Sessions' Apartments, 216 South
Ingalls. Reward. Call 7597.
LOST: Gray camel-hair topcoat,
gloves, two sets keys. Lane Hall.
Saturday night. Reward. Phone
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The University division, headed by by that time.
Prof. Robert Rodkey of the business Two more report luncheons will be
administration school, announced 120 held, one today and a final one to-
subscriptions, amounting to a total of morrow noon, at which time all pre-
$1,330.50. The teams of the public liminary reports will be summarized.

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Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, I

University organist, wil play Me ioi
lowing program in the Twilight Or- -
gan Recital Series, Wednesday after- cent paleontogical literature will be
noon, Nov. 21, at 4:15 o'clock in Hill welcome."
Auditorium, to which the general pub-
lic, with the exception of small chil- Student Economics Club meets. at
dren, is invited: Sibelius, Tone Poem I Michigan Union Wednesday, Nov. 21,
- Finlandia; Wagner, Trame; De- 8 p.m. Dr. A. Smithies will lead dis-
bussy-Christian, Prelude to "The cussion on Savings and Investment.
Blessed Damozel"; Elgar, Sonata in

WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 3, 4 5. 6, and 7 dol-

G, Jongen, Two Autumn Sketches -
Pensee d'Autumn, Autumnal; Sower-
by, Carillon; Mulet, Carillon Sortie.
Events Today
Chemistry Faculty: There will be
a meeting of the faculty at 4:15 p.m.
Physics Colloquium: Professor E.
F. Barker will speak on "The Spec-
trum of Acetylene" at 4:15 p.m., Room
1041, East Physics Bldg. All inter-
ested are cordially invited to attend.
Political Science Club meets in the
Michigan League, at 7:30 p.m. Dr.
Preuss will discuss suppression in
Nazi Germany.
All political science concentrates
are urged to attend this meeting.
Druids will meet at a luncheon to-
day at the Union to discuss impor-
tant business. It is necessary that all
actives attend.
Tau Beta Pi: Formal Initiation
6:00 p.m. Michigan Union.
Freshmen Girls' Glee Club Tryouts
will be held today from 3 to 5 o'clock,
and on Wednesday from 3 to 5:30
o'clock in the League.
Vanguard Club will meet in the Un-
ion at 8 p.m. David Hobbs will speak
on "Will Fascism Come to America."
All interested are invited.
Christian Science Organization:
There will be a meeting of this Or-
ganization tonight at 8 o'clock in the
Chapel of the Women's League Build-
ing. Students, alumni, and faculty
members of the University are cor-
dially invited to attend.
Kappa Phi, Methodist Girls' Club
Meeting at Stalker Hall at 5:00 p.m.
Miss Caroline Loomis is chairman of
the program for the evening. Pledges
please meet at 4:45 p.m.
Coming Events
Electrical Engineers: The student
branch of the A.I.E.E. will hold a
meeting Thursday, Nov. 22, at 7:30
p.m. in Room 246 West Eng. Build-
ing. Prof. A. H. Lovell will speak on
"The Federal Hydroelectric Projects."
All Electricals are urged to attend the
meeting.
Research Club will meet in Room
2528 East Medical Building on Wed-
nesday, Nov. 21, at 8:00 p.m. The
following papers will be presented:
"Studies in Ancient Gems," by Pro-
fessor Campbell Bomer.
"An Experimental Attack on the
Species Problem," by Professor C. L.
Hubbs.
A meeting of the Council will be
held at 7:30 p.m.
Paleontological Journal Club will
meet in Room 1532 University Mus-
eums on Wednesday, Nov. 21, at 5 p.m.
All those interested in a review of re-

Iota Alpha regular monthly meet-
ing on Thursday, Nov. 22, at 7:30 p.m.
in Room 3201 East Eng. Bldg. Pro-
fessor R. C. Hussey will address the
group on "The Lost World."
Sigma Rho Tau regular weekly
at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Union.
It is recommended that all members
be present at their circle meeting as
the weekly attendance record is im-
portant.
Adelphi House of Represeptatives
will meet on Wednesday, Nov. 1, 7:30
p.m. There will be a debate between
members of the House on the proposi-
tion: Resolved, That the Federal Gov-
ernment should adopt the policy of
equalizing educational opportunities
throughout the nation by means of
annual grants to the several states
for public elementary and secondary
education. There will be an open
discussion after the debate.
Alpha Nu meets Wednesday at
7:30 p.m. in the Alpha Nu room,
fourth floor Angell Hall. The sec-
ond round of pledge debates will be,
begun at this meeting. The question
for debate is "Resolved, That Japan
should be on an equal armament
basis with Great Britain and the
United States." It is respectfully sug-
gested that the meeting begins
promptly at 7:30. Members will
please be on time. Pledges must be
present.
Athena: Tryouts for Athena, na-
tional honorary literary and forensic
sorority, will be held Wednesday and
Thursday evenings of this week from-
8 to 9 o'clock in the Athena room on
the fourth floor of Angell Hall. Each
contestant is to present a three min-
ute speech or reading. All women
of the university are eligible to com-
pete. Service points are given for
participation..
Luncheon for Graduate Students:
On Wednesday, Nov. 21, at 12 o'clock'
in the Russian Tea Room of the
Michigan League Building. Cafeter-
ia service. Dr. Carl Guthe, Director
of the Museum of Anthropology will
speak informally on "American In-
dian History."
Freshman Glee Club rehearsal held
promptly at 5 o'clock Wednesday in
the Music Rooms of the Union.
Mixed Badminton: The first mixed
badminton practice will be held on
Wednesday, Nov. 21, from 7:15 to 9:15
p.m. at Barbour Gymnasium. All

Cast . Annual
Union opera
I s Announced
(Continued from Page 1)
Berger, '37, Harvey Collins, '36, Ever-
ett Copley, '35, A. M. Davack, '36E,
Julian Goodman, '36, Walter Pleiss,
'37, W. H. Pries, '35, Vidian Roe, '36,
Thad E. Leland, '36, Richard F. Mor-
iarty, '36E, James V. Graham, '37E,
Walter Schaefer, '35, George Sipprell,
'36, Henry Hall, '37, Donald Smith,
'37, Ansel Smith, '36, Eli Soodik,
'35Ed., and Robert Taft, '35.
Those comprising the Singing
Chorus are: Robert J. Adelman, '36,
Edward Adams, '37, Wayne Andrae,
'37, Thomas J. Anketel, '37, William
Applegate, '37, Edmund Bagioli, '37,
James C. Cook, '36, William Dickert,
Grad., Ardo Friend, '37E, Robert How-
ell, '37, Loren Kadet, '37, Theodore
Kadin, '36, Thomas Jeffrey, '36, Bur-
ton Kellogg, '36E, John L. Marley, '36,
Herbert Nitke, '37, John Osgood, '37,
Robert H. Pulver, '37, Robert Ruther-
ford, '36, Alvin Schleifer, '35, Gilbert
Tilles, '37, Robert Watts, '37, W. Don-
I aid Weidner, '36E, and Henry Hall,
'37.
In addition to the members of the
members of the cast and of the dance
and chorus groups, the complete
membership of the Varsity Glee Club
will participate in the various parts
of the opera.
Ice Hockey for Women; Students
interested in playing to meet at the
Coleseum on Wednesday, Nov. 21, at
1:30 p.m. Hockey skates to be fur-
nished by the players; sticks are pro-
vided for them. No skating fee.
Rifle - Women Students: A meet-
ing will be held Wednesday, Nov. 21,
at 4:15 o'clock, at Palmer Field House
for all who are interested in Riflery.
A general explanation concerning this
sport will be made and practice will
start the following Monday at 4:15
o'clock. Intercollegiate matches will
be held the second semester.
National Student League meets at
8 p.m. Wednesday, Room 302 at the
Union. All interested are invited.
Michigan Dames: Dramatic Group
will meet Wednesday evening, Nov.
21, at the home of Mrs. C. H. Beuk-
ema, 1927 Dexter Ave.
Reasonable and Experienced'
TUTORING
French, Spanish, Latin, Math,
Physics, & Engineering Subjects
John Popplestone, A.M. (Harvard)
Richard Burgis, B.S. (Yale)
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STHE L "SCREEN *
AT THE MICIHGAN would make the picture what it is, but
* **Plus "EVELYN PRENTICE" the added touch that puts it still
higher is the clever antics of Una
A Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer production Merkel, who relieves several bits of
under the directinn of William Howard,
and starring william Powell, Myrna Loy, high tension with her chattering
UnaMerkel, and Cora Sue Collins. Para- French.
mount News, Irvin; Cobb in "Ballad ofq
Paducah Jail" and Paul Tompkins at William Howard is to be congratu-
the organ.
hated for a fine production. He has
In a show that doesn't quite come handled the picture in excellent shape,
up to the standard of "The Thin his fadeouts being especially effec-
Man," but yet one that is fine in its tive,
dramatic presentation, William Powell The rest of the show is about as
and Myrna Loy are seen together usual, news reel, and comedy. Paul
again in "Evelyn Prentice," and they Tompkins is at the organ, and his
do justice to an excellent show. rendition of George Gershwin's fa-
The two stars are Mr. and Mrs. mots "Rhapsody in Blue," is a great
Prentice, William Powell being the relief from the usual run of organ
hard-working lawyer and husband, music. -C.A.E.
and Myrna Loy the loving but seem-
ingly neglected wife. They are de-
votedly in love, with a charming little
daughter (an excellent role, played
I by unknown talent),
Then, for a little ways at least, it's
the old story. Husband gets mixed
in with beautiful client, whom he has
just saved from jail, and neglected
wife is overtaken by the charms of a
seemingly harmless poet. Neither af-
fair has a thing to it, but there is an
exciting bit of action before the happy
climax.
William Powell is perfectly at home
in the role of the successful attorney.
Myrna Loy, although her part is lim-
ited in the play, comes close to equal- Beauty lines! Every bot-.
ling the stellar performance of her tle of Higgins' American
leading man. These two stars alone Drawing Ink is fullof them
-free-flowing, brilliant,
WILL LEAVE FOR WEST precise and colorful-try
Prof. Udo J. Wile of the medical a set. 16 Waterproof
school will leave for the West Coast Colors, Waterproof and
this week to attend a series of med- General Blacks.
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Seven Men Held For
Looting Two FactoriesI
FLINT, Nov. 19 -(A)- The sys-
tematic looting of two General Mot-
ors corporation plants here of more
than $100,000 in automobile parts
and raw materials was under inten-
sive investigation here today as au-
thorities held seven men in custody,
four booked on specific charges and
three for questioning.
The arrests climaxed several weeks
of quiet investigation, and police in-
dicated today other arrests are likely.

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Presents
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NOVEMBER 21 - 22 - 23 -24
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