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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.m. Saturday.

Martin Insull Appears Nonchalant At Trial


VOL. XLV No. 611

in ited

but the public is cordially
to attend. No admission

resident and Mrs. Ruthven will I"The Next War," is the title of a
lecture to be given by Dr. Francis S.
be at home to students and their Onderdonk at 4:15 Thursday, Dec.
friends on Wednesday, Dec. 5, from 6 in the Natural Science Auditorium.
4 to 6 o'clock.-.
4_o__'lck sponsored by the Student Christian
Association. No admission. Faculty
University Broadcasting: members, students, and the general
9:15-9:30 a.m. - Laboratory Pro- public are cordially invited to attend.
gram for Speech Class. Information
about student life and the Universityl
activities prepared and presented by Events Today
Botanical Seminar meets at 4:30,
2:00-2:30 p.m.-- "The Physical Di- Room 1139 N. S. Bldg. Paper by K.
rector," Elmer D. Mitchell, Associate . Jones, "Further Studies on Sex
Professor of Physical Education and Conditions in Ambrosia Elatior."
Director of IntramuraleSports. (Vo-
cational Guidance Series.) Chemical Engineering Seminar: R.
L. Smith will be the speaker at the
Applicants for Marsh and Mandle- Seminar at 4 o'clock, Room 3201 E.
baum Scholarships in the College of Eng. Bldg. on the subject, "Pressure-
Literature, Science, and the Arts. The Volume-Temperature-Time Relations
following students are requested to in the Cracking of Petroleum Hydro-
meet the Scholarship Committee in carbons."
the office of the English Department,
3221 Angell Hall, on the afternoon of Forestry Club business meeting at
Friday, Dec. 7, at the time indicated. 7:30 p.m., Room 2054 Natural Science
Clifford, A. F., 3:00; Edmoids, R. Building.
H., 3:10; Etkind, B., 3:20; Goedicke,
V. A., 3:30; Goss, B., 3:40; Hirsch, V. Student Economics Club meets at
E., 3:50; Kasley, M. J., 4:00; Kuhne, 8p.m., in the Union. Professor Work-
E. R., 4:10; MacDonald, H. E., 4:20; ing will lead a discussion on some
Morris, R. A. M., 4:30; Norton, C. F., theoretical aspects of the New Deal.
4:40; Orkin, S., 4:50; Puglisi, E. A., ____
5:00; Sarwold, A. N., 5:10; Smith, M.
C., 5:20; Stone, K. H., 5:30; Varga, G. Education Club:
J., 5:40; Zebrowski, J. H., 5:50. Dr. Trow will speak on "Various
',5Schoolsof Psychology" at a meeting
____ o io htiThufnh 1nI

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STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006
WANTED: 6 students to sell Gar-
goyles on a commission basis
Thursday and Friday. Report to
Galgoyle office, Student Publica-
tions Bldg., Maynard St., 4 p.m.
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


letters. Addi6c~ per line to above for FRSL
bold lace, upper and lower case. Add 10c
per line to above rates for bold face - - - -
capital let rs.Fates are for 7% point OR SALE: Attention medics. A fine
type, set of surgical instruments (Kny-
scheerer) $25 cash. See A. M. Steber,
LAUNDRY Room 3048, Museum of Zoology.
--------.-_--_----_.~----- FOR SALE: Ladies swagger raccoon
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned, coat. Excellent condition, beautiful
Careful work at low price. 4x skin, cost $485. Call 5772 for par-
PERSONAL laundry service. We take ticulars.
individual interest in the laundry -
problems of our customers. Girls' PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar- NASH-Custom Tailored clothes.
anteed. Men's shirts our specialty. Measured by C. Krug, expert tailor.
Call for and deliver. Phone 5594 Office 214 E. Washington. Phone
611 E. Hoover. 2x 2-1910 for appointment. 6x
-twenty Years A r I LOST: Whittanaur wrist watch, white
Fro te ail flego gold case and chain,. in B~arbour
From the Daily files of gymnasium Monday afternoon; in-
December 5, 1914 itials "M.E." on back. Reward,
j Phone Alpha Delta Pi, 6765.

'c ac' Nl nsSophomore, Junior and Senior
yFace' Nelson's Engineers:
Widow Is Captured mid-semester reports for grades be-
CHICAGO, Dec. 4 -(AP)- Mrs. Hel- low C are now on file and open to
en Gillis, leading woman public ene- inspection in the office of the Assist-
my, was a Federal prisoner tonight. ant Dean, Room 259 West Engineer-
The tiny widow of the notorious ing Building.
George "Baby Face" Nelson was
seized here last Thursday, Federal, Awdemic Notices
authorities announced today. She
was in custody a little more than 241 Economics 51:
hours after the body of her husband Rooms for the examination on
had been found on a muddy prairie Thursday, Dec. 6, are as follows:
near Niles Center last Wednesday - Palmer's and Stapp's section, N.S.
the posthumous victim of Agents Aud.
Samuel P. Cowley and Herman E. Smithies' and Spiegel's section, 101
Hollis, who sacrificed their lives in Ec.
an effort to capture him. hAnderson's and Orr's sections, 25
Long a consort of the Dillinger iA.H.
gang, the 94-pound girl has been Wiers' sections, 1053 A.H.
questionedirelentlessly as to the iden-
tity of the man who was with her PublicHealth Students and Others
and Nelson during the terrific gun Interested:
battle in which the agents fell near BThefilms entitled "Preventing
suburban Barrington last Tuesday Blindness and Saving Sight," "Red-
and concerning the whereabouts of head," and the "Conquest of Dipth-
the last of Dillinger's gang, John eria" will be shown in the West Am-
tHamilton. nghitheater of the West Medical Build-
ing on Wednesday, Dec. 5, from 5 to
Widespread Damage Is 6 p.m.
Reported From Quakes Women - Required Hygiene Make-
TEGUCIGALPA, Dec. 4- (P) - Up Examination:
Meager reports reaching this Capital A make-up examination in the re-
through shattered communications quired Hygiene course for women will
sytems today indicated an earthquake be given on Tuesday, Dec. 11, at4
in Central Honduras had done wide-pW.stMedEastBuiteag. rTh fsthe
spred daage Thre twnsac-West Medical Building. This is the
spread damage. Three towns, ac- only time a make-up examination
cording to official reports from Sinua- will be given. Students planning to
pa, were probably destroyed, while at akethe examination should review
least six others suffered serious da- Kirkpatrick and Huettner's "Funda-
mnage. mentals of Health."
There was no indication as to how
many of the 6,500 persons living in the e
three towns reported destroyed --rlecture
San Jorge, population 2,000, La En- University Lecture
carnacion, 3,000 and San Fernado, Dean James B. Edmonson, of the
1,500 -lost their lives or suffered in- School of Education, will speak on
The report from Snuapa, new the subject, "What Is the Crisis in
capital of Ocotepeque Department, Public Education?" at 4:15 p.m., Wed-
gaveano details of the disaster and nesday, Dec. 5, in the Natural Science
gave of tdigsteren Auditorium. This is the third of a
Government officials tonight were sre fUiest etrsb e-
striving to get further informatio,. series of University Lectures by mem-
It was believed that the earth shock bers of the University faculties, which
was hesaene fet there arh bfor faculty members, students, and the!
was the same one felt here day before I _--_ _

of Pi Lama Thmeta to be heldu at
7:30 a.m. in the U.E.S. Library. All
people who have attended Education
Club meetings this year are invited
to attend.
Scabbard and Blade regular meet-
ing at 7:30 p.m., Michigan Union.
Room posted.
Freshman Glee Club: Important re-
hearsal at 5 o'clock in the Music
Rooms of the Union. Please be

-Associated Press Photo.
Martin Insull appeared unconcerned and nonchalant in criminal
court in Chicago as his trial began on charges that he embezzled $34,729
from the Middle West Utilities Company. He is shown reading a news-
paper in court.
Publicity Committee of the League: Electrical Engineers: The third of
Important meeting at 4:15 p.m. in series of colloquia conducted by the
the Undergraduate Offices. All those faculty and graduate students of the
who plan to remain on the committee Department of Electrical Engineer-
must attend, as activity lists will be ing will be held Thursday, Dec. 6,
sent into the dean's office from this Room 153 West Engineering Build-
meeting. ing, 4:30 p.m.
Professor W. G. Dow will speak on
National Student League meets "Analysis of the Electrostatic Field
in the Union at 8 o'clock, in Room 302. of a Vacuum Tube."
All invited. Interested Seniors are invited to
attend. Graduate students in the,
Fencing - Women Students: dertment are expected to attend.
Fencing for women students will be- eparen
in"- ~ JV~yU~~ I~ LI~┬▒Vginunivveue~ayi~ec J,~.L~ U Sima )elt Ch: Sppe metin


Stanley Chorus: Important rehear-
sal at 7:15 in the library of the Mich-
isran~ bnip V.vrnPh th~r

ia _egue. tveryone pe Lere gin on WednesdayDLec. D, at 4:10,
promtly.Barour ymnaium Sigma Delta Chi: Supper meeting
for all actives and pledges Thurs-
Freshman Glee Club tryouts will Mixed Badminton: Students' bad- day at 6:15 p.m.. the Union. The
be held from 3 to 5:30, Michigan minton club will meet as usual at 7:15 speaker will be Leslie D. Harrop,
League. All Freshman women who pminn arlbourllmntasium.la 71 Michigan manager for the United
are interested and who have not tried pm. in Barbour Gymnasium. Press. Please be prepared to report
ouar oe reurgnd twhomae. noom Wesley Players: Meeting at Stalker accurately on the number of Grid-
out before are urged to come, Room Hall at 8 p.m. All those interested in ciron Dance tickets sold.
posted on League bulletin board. dramatics are urged to be present.
, Intjwretive Arts Society: For the Le Cercle Francais meeting Thurs-
Phi Sigma: Meeting in Room 2116 program tonight promptly at 8:00 day, Dec. 6, Michigan League, at 7:45
N. S. at 7:30 p.m. is an open meeting. o'clock in Room 302 Mason Hall, Pro- Old members as well as new
Every member is to bring a guest. fessor Hollister will read John M.
The speaker foir the evening will be Synge's one-act play, "In the Shadow are invited to attend. There will be
Wm. C. Frohne, who will speak con- of the Glen," .and John Masefield's a brief play. x
cerning "Collecting Butterflies in the "Mrs. Harrison." All persons inter-
Old Country." Refreshments and ested are cordially invited. Black Quill Meeting: Thursday,
business meeting will follow. Elec- Dec. 6, Michigan League, 8 p.m. sharp.
tion of new members. Thes nhica Sorie~t of Point Loma Important business. Old members

Whether or not Michigan will send
a chess team to the Midwestern In-
tercollegi e Chess conference to be
held in Chicago this month, will be
decided at the next meeting of the
Chess and Checker Club.
* * *
In honor of freshman women, the
thirty-fourth annual F r e s h m a n
Spread, given by the sophomores, will
be held in Barbour Gymnasium to-
Women of the University will be
the editors and contributors to the
March number of the Gargoyle, Alice
Wiard, '15, being editor of this num-
ber. The columns of this issue will
be open to contributions from all
women on campus.

E. W. Tinker, regional forester of
the United States Forest Service ar-
rived here yesterday from Milwaukee
to confer with Dean Samuel T. Dana
and other members of the School of
Forestry with respect to emergency
programs of State national forests.




Hon. L. C. Anderson, '98L, has just
returned from Australia where he
experienced an exciting incident by
being arrested by British soldiers
there as a German spy, of being
roughly handled, tried for court-mar-
tial, and acquitted.

Chailes {
Rugle ITU'
First Runl

Sigma Rho Tau regular meeting
at 7:30 at the Union. Circle meetings
will begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. The
Wayne University debaters will be
guests at the Assembly. All members
are requested to be present.
Iota Sigma Pi: Regular meeting at
7:30 p.m., Michigan League. Miss
Lila Miller and Miss Evangeline Pape-
george will speak.
Pi Lambda Theta meeting in the
University Elementary School Library
at-2:30. Dr. Trow will speak on "Var-
ious Schools of Psychology." This
meeting will be open to other people
interested in the subject.

Cal.: Meets at 8 p.m. in the Michigan will be dropped for absences unless
League Chapel at which will be dis- sufficient excuse is reported.
cussed some aspects of 'Karman' the
law of consequences. This meeting Polonia Circle: Regular meeting
is open to the public. Questions wel- Thursday at the League, 7:45 p.m.
come. All students of Polish ancestry are
----_ cordially invited.




yesterday .T v _ Y Y y _.. _. uw, N~fv}general public are cordially invited Alpha Nu meeingati: .u p.m., in
ye___y._to attend. the Alpha Nu room, fourth floor An-
ol. Roosevelt Asserts Igell Hall. The last semi-final debate
CsUniversity Lecture: in the pledge tournament will be held.
Need For G.O.P. Changes Captain Peter Freuchen, Danish I All pledges must be present. Impor-
NEW YORK, Dec. 4. - (/P) -Col. explorer, will lecture on "The Eski- tant announcements concerning fu-
Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., asserted to- mos As I Know Them" (illustrated ture programs will be made.
night the Republican party must build with slides and moving pictures), on
up itself as a group of "constructive Monday, Dec. 10, at 8 p.m., in the Athena: Important meeting for all
liberals" and forecast "disastrous"s Natural Science Auditorium. The members and pledges of Athena wom-
results unless the party were reor- public is cordially invited. en's speech society, at 7:30 p.m., Ath-
ganized. ena room on the fourth floor of An-
Addressing an open letter to mem- Public Lecture: Supt. S. C. Mitch- gell Hall. Plans for the 'Ensian pic-
bers of the Republican national com- ell of the Benton Harbor school sys- ture will be made.
mittee, the former governor-general tem will give a public lecture on the
of the Philippines declared, "these topic "Supervised Correspondence Luncheon for Graduate Students:,
are times when what is done or left Study for High School Students," on At 12 o'clock in the Russian Tea Room
undone may make or break our coun- Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 7:30 p.m., in the of the Michigan League Building.
try and our party." auditorium of the University High Cafeteria service. Dr. Luther Pur-
The letter, published in the Na- School. Mr. Mitchell will show 1200 dom, Director of the University Bu-
tional Republican Club review, an- feet of film depicting the operation reau of Appointments and Occupa-
ayzed the result of the November of the plan as used in his school. The tional information will speak infor-
elections and his conclusions from lecture is being sponsored by the mally on "Factors to be Considered
them. Education Club of the School of Edu- in Choosing a Vocation."


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-j
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.
Observatory Journai Club waxy meet
at 4:15 Thursday in th ObservatoryI
lecture room. Dr. H. M. Losh willj
review "The Distance and Direction
to the Gravitational Centre of the
Galaxy from the Motions of the *O
and B Stars" by Plaskett and Pearce,
Tea will be served at 4:00.
Junior Mathematical Society meet-
ing Thursday at 8 p.m., Room 32121
Angell Hall. All interested are wel-

League House Committee: Meeting
Thursday, Dec. 6, at 5 o'clock. Room
will be posted. Important!
Michigan Dames - Art Group:
A visit to the Detroit Institute of Arts
will be made by the art group Thurs-
day afternoon, Dec. 6. The party will
leave the League at 12:30. Members
who wish transportation or who have I
extra places for passengers, are asked
to call Mrs. Richard Maxwell, 23359.
Interguild Party at Lane Hall Fri-
day. Dec. 7. The Rendezvous or-
chestra will furnish the music. Re-
freshments will be served. Admission
25 cents per person.



Two Fine First-Run Features

Matinees 30c
Evenings 40c

Billiard Exhibition: Johnny Layton,
World Champion at three-rail bil-
liards and former champion at pocket
billiards will appear in an exhibition 4
at the Michigan Union Thursday from
7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Prof. H. C. Carver 1
will compete in pocket billiards. Gor-
don Jeynes will play Layton in three-
rail billiards.
Show - Cast of 40

The Love Story of Franz
Schubert and His Immor-
tal Melodies!

A Cross-Section
of the drama
of life in a
great city




All-Colored Stage S




Play Production and the School of Music
"I L T
Gilbert and Sullivan Comic Opera


grand story of guys and gals
who live for the day and hope
': the night will take care of itself:
Adolph Zukor presents
/ 6y ~a Parotmpun' P Ctre wit
' , LE E TRACY * n

A Fox Picture with
Pat "aterson
Nis Astber




Herbert Mundin



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