THE MICHIGAN DAILY
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1934
Publication in the Bulletin is constru
University. Copy received at the ofic
until 3:30; 11:30a.m. Saturday.
I Monday's trip has been cancelled. ligion" is the subject chosen by the
A L BULLET N Band practice Monday at 5:00 p.m. guest speaker, Rev. H. P. Marley.
r After the meeting there will be a so-
uctive notice to all members of the U-M Outdoor Club: A mixed swim-. cial hour and refreshments.
e of the Assistant to the President ming party is being held at 8 p.m.
IIin the Intramural pool for club mem- Presbyterian Student Appoint-
to the school or college in which they bers and their friends. Bring your ments - Sunday:
are registered, own suits and towels. A fee of 10 9:30 a.m. -Morning Classes at the
W. R. Humphreys, cents for members and 20 for non- Church House.
Assistant Dean members of the club will be charged. 10:45 a.m.-Morning Worship.
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! SATURDAY, DECEMBER1, 1934 i
V VOL. XLV No. 58
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
WRbe at home to members of the facul-
ties, their friends, and other residents
of Ann Arbor on Sunday, Dec. 2, fromt
4 to 6 o'clock.
Josef Szigeti's Concert:"
Seek New Powers In The attention of Choral Union con-
cert goers is respectfully called to thei
War Qa IllegalLqurfnwn.
WAHNGTo L" 3-)- T Jfollowing:
WASINGTO)NNov. 30 -W)- A The Josef Szigeti concert will take
VYi7L7i .1Y.AA VL , A'4 . Vv
determination to seek new legislative place Monday evening, Dec. 3, at 8:15
powers for battling bootlegging was o'clock. Please be seated on time as
disclosed by the administration to- the doors will be closed .during num-
day as the treasury turned to a payless bers.
force of whiskey detectives to stem Holders of season tickets are re-
a holiday flow of unlawful liquor. spectfully requested to detach from
their season tickets, before leaving
Ielieve Paraguay Will home, the individual coupons for the
respective concerts, and to present the
Reject Peace Project proper coupon only. For the Szigeti
BUENOS AIRES, Nov. 30 - W) --concert use coupon number 4.
With military observers here believing To avoid confusion and misunder-
Wit miitay oserersher beievngstanadings, members of the audience
a decisive blow in the long Chaco s ave the audin i
war igh be truk a anymomntwho leave the auditorium during in-
war oight be struck at any ioment, termissions will please present their
Paurativesou rjcstonhtaiofticket stubs to the attendants at the
Paraguay would reject the League of doors when re-entering the auditor-
Nations peace plan, ium.
Asuncion, jubilant over reports that Taxi cabs and private cars may use
Bolivian troops were in full flight on the entrances on both the Thayer and
all fronts, planned to continue fight- Ingalls Street sides of the building.
ing with the intention of obtaining a Trafficn
clear-cut military decision, these aadditorum will be prohibted.
sources said. The Box Office will open at 7:00j
o'clock. Single admissions $1.00,
Frank Carideo Resigns $1.50, $2.00 -Season tickets, $5.00,
As Missouri Hentor $7.00, $50, $10.00,
Th'le Ann Arbor Police Department,
COLUMBIA, Mo., Nov. 30 - (P)-- the Buildings and Grounds Division of
Frank Carideo, Notre Dame's All- the University and the University
American quarterback of 1929 and Musical Society, will appreciate the
1930 and last of the Rockne field gen- sympathetic cooperation of the public,
erals, resigned today from the Univer- in these matters.
sity of Missouri - one of the first
major victims of the open season on Cheral Union Members:
unfortunate football -coaches. Members of the Choral Union in
The resignation of the young head good standing may secure their pass
coach, now in his mid-twenties, came tickets for the Szigeti concert by call-
close, after Missouri's 0 to 20 loss to ing at the office of the University
the old rival, Kansas Jayhawkers, and School of Music, Monday between the
at the climax of the most disastrous hours of 10 and 12 and 1 and 4.
football season in Missouri's history. Membes are required to call in per-
son and no tickets will be given out
Police Seek Hamilton after 4 o'clock.
te v r ue of rej uuu, .j-w I
Study Tour for Foreign Students: Cosmopolitan Club: Meeting, 8:00 :3am P. Lemon.
'The next two study tours for for- p.m., Lane Hall, "Contributions of 5:30 p.m. -Social Hour and Sup-
eign students are announced for Sat- Negro to Our Culture," by John Cot- : mper.
urday, Dec. 8, and Saturday, Dec. 15. tin, Graduate.3:0pm.-Dutiotemlas
On Dec. 8, the group will visit the from the Church House for Mason.
Saline Community Farms, an out- f6:30 p.m. - Vesper Service. "My
standing experiment in community Coming Events Experiences Abroad," Justin Cline.
farming. On Dec. 15, the group will Aeronautical Engineers' Division Ha s Hall:
go to Greenfield Village, Mr. Ford's AS.M.E. Meeting: Monday, Dec. 3' The regular student meeting Sun-
outdoor museum of American history 7:30 p.m., Room 316 at the Union. d
at Dearborn. Foreign students who Capt. C. V. Burnett, manager of 'the day evening at 7 o clock will be led
wish to avail themselves of the first Detroit City Airport, will talk on Air by the Rev. Henry Lewis The topic
of these tours must leave their names Transportation. and Shadows of the Parson's Job."
in my office, 1004 Angell Hall, be-
tween 1:30 and 5 o'clock not later Outing for Graduate Students: All students are cordially invited.
than Tuesday, Dec. 4. The overnight hike announced last
J. Raleigh Nelson, Sunday for this week-end has been Saint Andrews Episcopal Church:
Counsellor to Foreign Students postponed a week to permit a num- Services Sunday are: 8 a.m. Holy
ber of those going home this week Communion, 9:30 a.m. Church School,
Bowling: The bowling alleys at the to attend. Instead the Graduate 11:00 a.m. Kindergarten, 11:00 a.m.
Women's Athletic Building will open Outing Club will have a fish fry at Holy Communion and sermon by the
on Monday, Dec. 3. Following is the the Washington scout cabin Sunday Rev. Henry Lewis, 7:30 p.m.hChoral
schedule of hours"- Daily, except noon. Maurice Whittinghill will Jead Evensong and Address by the Rev.
Saturday, 4-6 and 7-9; Saturday 3-5. the group, which will melt at Lane William D. Orr.
The alleys are reserved for women Hall at 12:30 p.m. If any graduate
every afternoon except Saturday. student who would like to attend can- Disciples of Christ (Church of,
I Men accompanied by women may pot be Jhere at that time or would Christ) Guild - Sunday:
bowl in the evening, and on Saturday like further information, call Mr. or 10:45 .a.m. - Morning Worship
afternoon. Fee for women students Mrs. Whitaker -5745. The cost will Service and sermon by Rev. Cowin.
12: 00 N - Unner Room Bible Class
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sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006
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
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FINANCE CO. offers bargains in re-
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Many 1934 cars with low mileage
included. We will trade and extend
convenient terms. Open evenings.
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FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
Call the Kempf Music Studios for
artistic piano tuning. Terms rea-
sonable. Phone 6328. lx
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
is 5 cents in the afternoons and 10 be 20 or 25 cents. I-r ".
cents in the evenings. Fee for all taught by Rev. Pickerill. WE HAVE 717 TEACHERS $6,000,000 FOR MICHIGAN RELIEF
others is 15 cents. The Michigan Theosophical Fed- 5 :30 p.m.- Social hour and tea. The teaching and research facilities LANSING, Nov. 30 -QP)- Grant of
eration in convention will hold a 6:30 p.m. - Discussion meeting of the University now have a total $6,000,000 from the Federal Emer-
All Manuscripts for Contemporary symposium in the Michigan League with Harold Welch leading the topic, membership of 717; there are 210 in- gency Relief Adrministration for gen-
including entries in the short story building, Sunday, Dec. 2, at 3:00 p.m., "Significance of the Experiments in structors, 194 assistant professors, eral relief in Michigan for December
contest, must be in 2218 Angell Hall at which Rabbi Bernard Heller will Russia, Italy and Germany." 104 associate professors, and 209 pro- was announced Friday by Dr. William
today. There will be a meeting in discuss "Judaism's Contribution to the 7:30 p.m. -Evening Worship Serv- essors, Haber, state relief administrator.
the Contemporary office of all staff Needs of Today"; Rev. Edward W. ice and sermon,
members, business as well as editor- Blakeman will present "Christianity's i All students and friends are invited
ial, 4:15 on Monday. Contribution to the Needs of Today"; to attend these appointments.
Mr. Tarini P. Sinha, of India, a
Academic Notices Hindu, will speak on "Hinduism's nUnitarian Church: Sunday Eve-
Contribution to the Needs of Today"; ning Devotional service. Rev. H. P.
English 201: The mimeographed and E. Norman Pearson will present Marley will discuss "The Humanist
sheets for the next assignment will his Theosophical views on "Theoso- and Communist Manifestos." iber-
be distributed at the English Office phy's Contribution to the Needs of al Students' Union meeting at 7:30 I
and not in the Graduate Reading Today." The public is cordially in- p.m. "Folk Dancing and Commun-
Room as was previously announced. vited to hear these distinguished ity Recreation" presented by Virgin-
Albert H. Marckwardt. speakers on a sociological problem so ia Peaseley of the Women's Dept. of
vital as this. ,Fhysical Education and followed by a HI
English 31, Mr. Litzenberg's See- dance demonstration.
tions: Make-up examination for the Congregational Church, Sunday: . I ionainiudyie.2
mid-semester will be held Monday 10:30 to 12:00 - Unified service of Hillel Foundation, Sunday, Dec. 2: -
afternoon, Dec. 3, at 4 p.m. in 3226 worship and religious education. Mr. 11:15 a.m. - Service at the League
Angell Hall. Heaps will speak on "The Ladder of Chapel. Rabbi Heller will speak on
ae a, a.!Hebraic Contributions to the Pil- -
CHICAGO, Nov. 30. - (P) - Detec-
tive squads were dispatched to the
northwest side late today to watch
for a black sedan seen cruising
through Niles Center with a man
and woman in the rear seat holding
a machine gun and revolver.
It was in Niles Center that the
body of George (Baby Face) Nelson
was found Wednesday after he was
fatally wounded in a gun battle inj
which two Federal agents were killed.)
Since the shooting, officers have been
looking for Nelson's reported com-
panions -his wife and John Hamil.
tpn, another Dillinger gangster.
The alarm today came from Niles
A Cook County coroner s jury de-
cided today that Federal Agents Sam-
uel P. Cowley and Herman E. Hollis,
who lost their lives in attempting to
capture Nelson, had ample justifica-
tion for slaying the outlaw.
One Tragedy Victim Is
CARLISLE, Pa., Nov. 30. - () -
The first of the five victims of Penn-
sylvania's strange "babies in the
woods" mystery - the man - was.
positively identified today, while the
three little girls lay in caskets in
the 125-year-old dining room which
rang with turfmen's laughter half
a century ago.
Positive identification of all five,
the girl found shot to death with
the man in a shack near Altoona and1
the children left mysteriously dead in
the foothills of the Blue Ridge moun-
tains near Carlisle, was believed by
investigators to be only a matter of
Harry L. McElroy, chief of detec-
tives of the Pennsylvania State Po-
lice, announced that the United States
Marine Corps in Washington had pos-
itively identified the man as' Elmo J.
Noakes, a former marine. Identifica-
tion was completed through finger-
Prof. Preston W. Slosson of the his-
tory department will introduce Dr.
Francis S. Onderdonk, noted lecturer,
when he speaks at 4:15 p.m., Dec. 6,
under the auspices of the Student
Dr. Onderdonk is a former member
of the faculty of the College of Archi-
tecture and for the past year has been
lecturing in the eastern part of the
The subject of the lecture to be giv-
en Dec. 6 is "The Next War." Sound
motion pictures will supplement the
talk, which will trace the history of
warfare from the Stone Age to the
This will be the fourth lecture spon-
sored by the S.C.A. According to
Faculty Meeting, College of Litera- Concert
ture, Science & Arts: Chcral Union Concert:
The regular December meeting will Josef Szigeti, Violinist, with Nikita
be held in Room 1025 A.H., Monday de Magaloff, accompanist, will play
afternoon, Dec. 3, beginning at 4:10.1 the following program in the Fourth
It is expected that this meeting will Choral Union concert, Monday eve-1
be a short one. ning, Dec. 3, in Hill Auditorium, at
Agenda: 8:15 o'clock:
Report of Executive Committee - Sonata in A major, Op. 100 . .Brahms
Bradshaw. Allegro amabile
Report concering University coun- Andante tranquillo -Vivace
cil - Pillsbury. - Andante
Report concerning Deans' Confer- I Allegretto grazioso (quasiandante)
ences - Kraus. Sonata in G minor, for violin
alone (1923) ........ Eugene Ysaye
Faculty, College of Engineering: (Dedicated to Mr. Szigeti)
There will be a meeting of the Grave-Un poco grazioso --
Faculty of this College on Monday, Finale con brio
Dec. 3, 4:15 p.m., Room 348, West Concerto in D major, No. 4 . .Mozart
Engineering Building. The special (Cadenzas by Joachim)
order will be the consideration of the Allegro
new University Entrance Require- Andante cantabile
ments. Rondo andantino grazioso
Nigun ("Baal Shem" Suite) .. .Bloch
Faculty, College of Literature, Piece en Forme d'Habanera .. .Ravel
Science, and the Arts: Bagatelle in Roumanian
Midsemester reports are due today. Popular Style ......... Scarlatesco
These reports are understood as Etude in Thirds .... Scriabin-Szigeti
naming those students, freshman and Danse Russe
upperclass, whose standing at mid- ("Petrouschka") .......Stravinsky
semester time is D or E, not merely
those who receive D or E in so-called Events Today
Students electing our courses, but Varsity Band Meet at Morris Hall
registered in other schools or colleges a#; 1:00 o'clock. Please bring collap-
of the University, should be reported sible music racks if you have one.
,Heaven," a study of Jacob's dream. icia ,JI1NAC1Svv cra
Professor Preston Slosson will con- grims."
tinue the series on "The Evolution The class in "Jewish Ethics" will
of Religion." His subject will be "The not be held this Sunday. It will be
First Missionaries-The Apostles." continued a week from Sunday at
The Congregational Student Fel- 2:30 p.m.
lowship - 6:00 p.m., supper, followed;
by musical program under the di- Michigan Dames: Child study group
rection of Thor Johnson, Grad. An will be entertained at the home of
all-Beethoven program will be given. Mrs. Frederick W. Peterson on Foster
The program is open to the public. ; Road, Monday, Dec. 3. Those who
wish transportation should meet at
Methodist Episcopal Church-Sun-
9:45 a.m. -Class for Youth of
College Age. Dr. Roy Burroughs leads
the informal discussions on Christian
ideals. Meet in the balcony of the
10:45 a.m. - Morning Worship
Service. Dr. Charles W. Brashares
has chosen as a subject for this
morning's sermon, "Possessions."
This is the ninth in a series entitled
"What We Want."
4:30 p.m. - Sacrament Of The!
Stalker Hall for Students and TheirI
Friends of College Age - Sunday:
4:00 p.m. -The World Friendship
Circle will not meet this week.
6:00 p.m. - Wesleyan Guild Devo- I
tional Service. "Socialism and Re-
the League at 8 o'clock.
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