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Suit Brought against
Paramount Exe'cutives

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 a.mn. Saturday.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1934 ; floor of Angell Hall at 7:30 p.m.
VOL. XLV No. 60 ; Charles A. Orr, of the Economics De-
partment will address the House. His
Notices subject will be "Italy and Fascism."
President and Mrs. Ruthven will Afterwards, there will be an open dis-
_ - cussion led by Mr. Orr.

Lake Boat At MeTrcy Of W~ares



be at hom e to students and their! __________________________________
friends on Wednesday, Dec. 5, from ! uredc oitywl xii i
4 to o'cock.reels of motion pictures of shipbuild -
ing operations at an open meeting
University Broadcasting: at 7:30 a.m. in the West Engineering
9:15-9:45 a.m. -A Class in Ele- Annex. Students and faculty mem-
mentary Singing. Dr. Joseph E. Mad- bers who are interested are invited
dy, assisted by students from Ann to attend.1
Arbor Schools.__________________________
2:00-2:30 p.m. - Oil Production in leigofndsraLwyst
an Automobile State. George G. 7:30tpnm.infupperloungea Law -!a
Brown, Professor of Chemical Engi-7:0pminuerlngofLw
neriwng. (Michigan, My Michigan yer's Club.

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LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main. 7x
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. 10x
FOR SALE : Attention medics. A fine
set of surgical instruments (Kny-
scheerer) $25 ca sh. See A. M. Steber,
Room 3048, Museum of Zoology.
FOR SALE : Ladies swagger raccoon
coat. Excellent condition, beautiful
skin, cost $485. Call 5772 for par-


NEW YORK, Dec. 3- (OP) -Federal
Judge Alfred C. Coxe today authorized;
trustees in bankruptcy for Para-
mount-Publix corporation to bring
plenary action against former offi-
cers, directors an dexecutives of the



corporation to recover sumns said to 1935 Parking Permit Plates:a
amount to several million dollars. Parking permit plates for the year
1935 are now ready for distribution
Three Flyers Take Off in the business office. Anyone eligible'
JJ ~to receive them should be preparedX
On Trans-Paci fic Flight to state the 1935 license number of
his car, when making application.
OAKLAND, Calif., Dec. 3. - (R) - Herbert G. Watkins,
Flight Lieutenant Charles T. P. Ulm Assistant Secretary
and his two flying companions took____
off at 3:41 p.m. Pacific Standard phBeaK paNxtwkte
Time tday anth AstralPai.c local Chapter is to have the pleasureI
flight to Honolulu and Asrla of entertaining Dr. W. A. Shimer,
A low-winged, underslung silver Secretary of United Chapters. The
and orange plane lifted slowly and1 date cannot be fixed until we hear
quickly gained altitude toward the more definitely in regard to Dr. Shim-
Golden Gate. er's schedule of visits to other Chap-
A scattered crowd of perhaps 300 ters in the neighborhood. If there
persons, most of them with cameras, are any members of the Faculty who
were on hand for the takeoff. Ulm would like to meet Dr. Shimer, the
expected to arrive in Honolulu to- Chapter will be glad to do all it can
morrow morning to arrange such meetings if those in-
terested will send in their names at
Experts Expect Further once to the Secretary, . F. Butler,
Rise In National Debt 13233 Angel Hall.
WASHNGTN, ec.3. -(,') -i-, Students, College of Literature,
nancial experts looked skyward to- Stdenadtshaeinsrtedntoapl
day for the still invisible ceiling of Suet r ntutdntt pl
a public .debt that mounted by still at any office for their ten weeks re-
more millions as the treasury added ports. Any student who is reported
another $7.10 to the per capita bur- at the end of the tenth week as stand-
den of the nation's~ population. ing D or E in any course will be sent
This was ,the amount by which a written notice.
the $900,000,000 of new borrowing,
offered today, would spread among Sophomore, Junior and Senior
the .country's 126,670,0000O people. Al- Engineers:
ready they carried a debt of $27,298,- Mid-semester reports for grades be-
000,000 or $215.50 for every man, low C are now on file and open to
woman and child. inspection in the office of the Assist-
These figures took oui an added ant Dean, Room 259 West Engineer-
significance as President Roosevelt ing Building.
and a group of his chief aides talkc/f.
over in Warm Springs today new R.O.T.C.: All seniors will receive
plans ..calling for the spending of summer vacation pay between 1:30
many billions more. Whether or not and 4:30 p.m. today.
these particular work relief and other
programs are approved, it is gen- lolanthe -- Tickets for Iolanthe are
erally conceded that the debt figures now on sale at the Lydia Mendelssohn
are due to bounce much higher. Box Office. Box Office is open daily
from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. For reserva-
See Possible Increase tions call 6300.
In Navy Man-Power Lecture
WASHINGTON, Dec. 3.- (R) -Ad- University Lecture:
vocates of a stronger navy saw good Dean James B. Edmonson, of the
prospects today that Congress would School of Education, will speak on
produce the money to add 6,500 more the subject, "What Is the Crisis in
men. They pinned their hopes on Public Education?" at 4:15 p.m., Wed-
what they called strong pro-navy nesday, Dec. 5, in the Natural Science
sentiment within the Roosevelt ad- Auditorium. This is the third of a
ministration and on Capitol hill. series of University Lectures by mm-
Officials estimate the increase, bers of the University faculties, which
which would life the average enlisted faculty members, students, and the
strength to 88,000 in the next fiscal general public are cordially invited
year would cost about $6,500,000. They to attend.
figure on the basis of $1,000 a man ____
a year for pay, transportation and American Chemical Society Lecure
subsistence. - Dr. Norris F. Hall, Professor of
Chairman Vinson (Dem., Ga.), of Chemistry at the University of Wis-
the House naval committee said todaycosnwiletuen"RetSud
ieb neongrhessowhichulast earies of Highly Acid Solutions" on Fri-
timentinCnrswhclatyr day, Dec. 14, at 4:15 in Room 303
pushed through his bill authorizing Chemistry Building. Following the
construction of a fleet to the limitsletrthanulbsesmeig
permitted by treaty. The bill passed an lectio heanuof offiesilmeeld.g
both House and Senate by wide mar n-eecio _fffcrswilbehed
gins.___ Events Today
Large Areas Inundated Junior Research Club meets at 7:30
By North Carolina Flood p.m. in 2082 N.S. Prof. Frank A.
Mickle will speak on "The Develop-
RALEIGH, N. C., Dec. 3.-(,P- mnt of the High Density Cotton
The crest of an eastern North Car- Bale" and Dr. F. Bruce Fralik will
olina flood moved toward the At- speak on "The Sypilitic Eye." There
lantic today, inundating thousands of will also be initiation of new mm-
acres of lowlands. bers.
As the waters began to recede
along the upper reaches of the prin- Women's Research Club: Meets
cipal rivers, damage was confined regularly on the first Tuesday of
largely to washed-out bridges and every month. Next meeting to be
roads, which were being repaired rap- held in Room 3024, Museums Build-
idly, The crops had been harvested. ing, today, at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Mildred
Some concern was felt, however, Valentine will speak on "Washtnaw
for low-lying sections farther down County Welfare Relief Administra-
state as the rise was expected to con- -,tion."
tinue in the lower reaches of the
rivers until the end of the week. Adelphi House of Representatives
will meet in its room on the fourth

Varsity Glee Club: Special meeting
at 8:00 p.m. Please be on time.
Freshman Luncheon Club: Meet-
ing at 12:15 at Union. All members
please attend.
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: Meeting at Stalker Hall
at 5:15 p.m. Miss Margaret Hiscock
will conduct a forum on current af-
fairs. Alumnae will be guests at this
meeting. Pledges meet at 4:45.
Freshman Women interested in
dramatics are urged to attend a meet-
ing sponsored by Wyvern at 4 o'clock'
in the League.
The Bibliophiles of the Faculty
Women's Club meets at 2:30 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. Preston W. Slos-
son, 2101 Devonshire Road.
Coming Events
Geology Journal Club:
The first meeting of the Club will
be held Thursday, Dec. 6, from 7 to 8
p.m. in Room 3065 N.S. All grad-
uate students are expected to attend
and those concentrating in geology
are urged to be present and others
interested are welcome. The students
taking part in the program are:
Breed, R. C.
Donner, H. F.
Dow, K. W.
Hatton, J. H.
Jones, T. S.
Student Economics Club: Will meet
Wednesday, at 8 p.m., in the Union.
Professor Working will lead a dis-
cussion on some theoretical aspects
of the New Deal.
A.I.Ch.E.: Dr. E. E. Ware, General
Superintendent of Varnish Manufac-
turing at Sherwin-Williams Co. will
speak on the subject "The Chemical
Engineer in the Protective Coating
Industry," Thursday, Dec. 6, Room
1042, East Engineering Building. The
Sophomore Award will be made at
this time. Refreshments.
Forestry Club: The regular meet-
ing Wednesday, Dec. 5, 7:30 p.m.,
Room 2054 of the Natural Science
Sigma Rho Tau regular meeting
Wednesday evening at 7:30 at the
Union. Circle meetings will begin
premptly at 7:30 p.m. The Wayne
University debaters will be guests at
the Assembly. All members are re-
quested to be present.
Phi Sigma: Meeting on Dec. 5 in
Room 2116 N.S. at 7:30 p.m. is an
open meeting. Every member is to
bring a guest. The speaker for the
evening will be Wi. C. Frohnie, who
will speak concerning "Collecting
Butterflies in the Old Country." Re-
freshments and business meeting will
follow. Election of new members.
Alpha Nu meeting Wednesday, Dec.
5, at 7:30 p.m., in the Alpha Nu room
fourth floor Angell Hall. The last
semi-final debate in the pledge tour-
nament will be held. All pledges
must be present. Important an-

This excellent airview of the vwha
the ship wrecked on the breakwater
Muskegon, Mich., on Lake Michige:
Enroute from Hoelland, Mich., to CIA
aile daring a stoarm. fts, crew of 25v

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SUZY, by Herbert Gorman - (Far-
rar and Rinehart, New York).
A nondescript American girl, Susan
Dillworthy, crosses to London "on
her own," makes an unsuccessful ap-
pearance in the "varieties," escapes
to Paris to avoid complicity in the
supposed murder of a lover, myster-
icusly shot in her company, and then
is caught up in the turbulent cross-
currents of the World War.
As a cabaret singer and dancer she
has a fling at the easy Bohemian life
of Montmartre, meeting casually all
sorts of explosive personalities. When
the War breaks out she is flung into
a succession of exciting episodes, in-
cluding the discovery and betrayal
of Mata Hari, the seductive female


ile~k carc betIlcyCct, hos might be free from the decoits and
!r at: the niahe 1,he ar1r t tre sses 'lrue Jlimnitations of their elders.
n, bidugbe~t! 'a "The freshmen should be encour-
icagofl-e boa'a1ntge- P Versnw-ective As aged to feel that their entrance into
wa~s rres ue b,: a~sr. y the University is their commence-
_,1* ~ G a ment day, their beginning," Professor
Student'sG a Worley maintains, "for if they could
___ be brought to realize that they are
the most important factor in the
(ontinued from Page 1) ivest and that everything hero
one-half of those interviewed. "It is is for them, they could go far. I wish
h, car that the student is critical of we could help them see that the rea-
- the institutions, its administration, son for their being h_ *e is to make
nd its instructional stafl.-Whether better men and women of them for
--"-_iscrtiis is well-founded or not, this world of ours. Once they under-
it challenges attention and must be stood the purpose of their presence
Mata Mari - redeeis the empty- i~, the report stated.atheUiriydlcossan
headed Suzy arnd supplies her bounti-athe nirsydlcossad
full spritaliy ad iteli~ece. When questioned as to how a much- disinterested professors would not
Tull ghiita te n itiencststai needed change in attitude could be' stop their development."
thereaer' crdulty n is a teptbrought about, Professor Worley stat- 1 The majority of students reach ma-
thereders ~vdliy n is ttept d that he would begin with the ttiya h n ftefeha
to render convincing an ig norant .f ia er obidu orettrt tteen ftefeha
chorus- girl'srttonbformation intoeatyear, he feels, therefore it is essential
womnan of' deep understanding andpseciefrtetunHewld that they should be treated as re-
itdosyrvienx continually keep before the youth the sponsible persons. "Students hate
sensitive cul tdostuoide,- fact that this was his University to nothing so much as being dictated
c'itinig glimpes of war-time Paris,; use to his best advantage. "No 0ton ," esi mhtcly ntecs
hetcjeocaddslusoig Ih enjoys doing something that will be cf tihe trouble over the administra-
author has,.,ma,,,":'d his backgr'ound dcrirnontal to him," Professor Worleytix ncr iin .n... -nniic ~



authentically. His style, without lit-
erary distinction and often common-
place, is easy andi fluent. It perhaps
exhibits too much omniscience in the
exposition of mental state and unseen
forces. The reader is likely to grow
restive over the psychic explorations,
remaining stubbornly unconvinced,
but he will rejoice to learn that Suzy,
whatever the disastrous results of the
4War, is spiritually -- and otherwise
victorious. -A.N.O.

spy. A great love f or a titled young
Frenchman - a love which he does
not reciprocate, though he insists on
marriage in the vain hope of throw-4
ing off the sinister spell of the wicked

12,Cilte d out, "if he realizes that what illustrated, the students did not par-
he is doing is detrimental." ticularly object to the rules but they
The student comes with certain did not want them "crammed down
ideals and ambitions but through I'their throats."
contact with upperclassmen and fac-. "If those legislating for students
ulty members soon molds to their would only take these young people
level, he feels. "I almost agree with into their confidence and would try
those who suggest that our world, to respect the opinions of the group,
woculd be better if we could segregate there would be much less antagonism.
the young people from the old until In my classes, for example, I try to
they were ready to take active part in trehat my students as intelligent hu-
affairs," he said, "in order that they man beings, not as children to whom
I must dictate," he said, "and as a
George M. Geraghty of the University result I have never had a class bolt on
Flower Shop will lecture and demon - me, heckle me in discussions, or take
strate on flower arrangement. a resentful attitude."

nouncements concerning future pro-'j
grams will be made.
Iota Sigma Pi: Regular meeting at
7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 5,
Michigan League . Miss Lila MillerI
and Miss Evangeline Papegeorge willj

igan League Bulding. Cafeteria
service. Dr. Luther Purdom, Direc-
tor of the University Bureau of Ap-
pointments and Occupational infor-
mation will speak informally on "Fac-
tors to be Considered in Choosing
a Vocation."


_____League hueCm~t~:Meeting.
Freshman Glee Club: Important re- Thursday, Dec. 6, at 5 o'clock. Room
hearsal Wednesday at 5 o'clock in the w "ill be :posted. Important!
Music Rooms of the Union. Please
be prompt. National Student League will meet;

jMusic Section of the Faculty Wom-
en's Club will meet at 8 o'clock Wed-
nesday at the home of Mrs. Hesse!
E. Yntema, 1005 Lincoln. A program
of modern music of the Russian
school will be presented, under the
direction of Mrs. Ava Comin Case.
Athena: Import ant meeting for all

rvjat 3 p.m. W ednesday in Room 302 at mmesadpegso tea
Le Cercle Francais meeting Thurs-, the Union. All interested are invited. women's speech society, on Wednes-
day, Dec. 6, Michigan League, at 7:45 -- day, Dec. 5, at 7:30 p.m., Athena room,
p.m. Old members as well as new.; GardenSection meets Wednesday, on the fourth floor of Angell Hall.
are invited to attend. There will be Dec. 5, 3:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs.! Plans for the 'Ensian picture will be
a brief play. Herbert Harley in Barton Hills. made.

Terrace Garden
Dancing Studio
tInstructions i n a 11
forms. Classical, social,
dancing. Ph. 695.
Wuierth Theatre Bldg.
- "'ti Week Days
15c tilt6
'7 r 25c after 6
Ov $ 25c
0 Mat. & Night
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Luncheon for Graduate Students
on Wednesday, Dec. 5, at 12 o'clockl
in the Russian Tea Room of the Mich-

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Garbo again triumphs
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Gilbert and Sullivan Comic Opera

grand stiory of guys and gals
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the night will take care of itself'
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