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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, DE

8,

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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.

Girl Edits 'Reveille'

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1934t
VOL. XLV No. 64
Noticesr
To The Memoers of the University'
Council:
The next meeting of the University
Council will be held on Monday, Dec.
10, at 4:15 p.m. in Room 1009, Angell
Hall.#
Louis A. Hopkins,
Secretary

Phi Eta Sigma: New members will
be initiated at the Union, Wednesday
at 7:15 p.m. Initiates are asked to1
bring a large white handerchief,

Couglhlin Criticize(
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Pi Tau Pi Sigma formal initiation
dance will be held on Friday, Dec.I
14. Full details will be disclosed at
the regular meeting, Wednesday, Dec.
12, 7:30 p.m., at the Union. It is ur-
gent that all members attend this
meeting.
Michigan Technic Staff Meeting,!
Monday, at 5:00 p.m. in Room 3205
East Engineering Bldg.
Badminton Tournament -Women1
Students: The intramural Badminton
tournament (singles) will begin oni

New Program
M a Require
FourBili1onsl
Plan Designed To SupplyI
Work And Co-Ordinate
Government Spending
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. -(P) -.
President Roosevelt, glowing with
good health after his sojourn in the
South, worked today on a unified re-
covery effort for which, informedj
sources say, he may ask Congress to
apprepiiate at least $4,000.40,000.
There are two distinctive features'
to this ogam. as outlined by per-
4: closely in touch with develop-
ments.
1. It would aim to provide work for
millions now drawing direct relief
funds.
2. The government would seek to
coea dinate its spending into one broad
program in which the money spent
would serve not only to relieve pres-
- ent needs but advance Mr. Roose-
rnlf'c lnm, +tnrm lnn- far n nrr

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The above rates are for 7% point
type.

STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
sonable. Freer delivery. Phone 3006
9x
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Ladies' white gold Waltham
wrist watch, between Jordan and
Angell Halls. Reward. Call Edith
Fromm, 2-3281.
LOST : Large turquoise Indian ring.
Between Library and fourth floor
Angell Hall. Reward. Phone 4541.
FOR SALE
LADIES SHOP FOR SALE: Campus
location, well established and doing
fine business. Completely stocked.
Illness compels sale. Box 31, Mich.
Daily.
FOR SALE: Ladies swagger raccoon
coat. Excellent condition, beautiful
skin, cost $485. Call 5772 for par-
t iellars.
WANTED
-WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 dol-

y Student Loans: The Loan Commit-
BOSTON, Dec. 7. - UP) - William tee will meet on Monday, Dec. 10, at
Ci dina1 O'Connell, archbishop of 1:30 p.m., in Room 2, University Hall.
Students who have filed applications
Boston and dean of the Roman Cath- with the Office df the Dean of Stu-
olic Hierarchy in America on the eve dents should call there .for an ap-'
of his birthday expressed his views pointment with the Committee.
on the Rev. Father Charles E. Cough- J A. Bursley, Chairman
lin's recently organized National Pcrdgn Study Trip to Saline Farm:
Union for Social Justice. Because of the slippery roads and the
In reply to a question, Cardinal inclement weather, it has seemedrbest
O'Connell, who celebrates his sey- to postpone the trip to the Saline
enty-fifth birthday Saturday, said Community Farm; which was set for
"there can be little doubt that Father Saturday at 1 o'clock.

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Coughlin has a genuine interest in thej
welfare of the people." I
"I do not sit in judgment upon

J; Raleigh Nelson,
Counsellor to Foreign Students

Father Coughlin," he said, "but ex- Scrorities, Dornitories and Zones:
perience has taught me that in gen- A representative of each house must
eral clergymen, no matter what creed, call weekly for activities chart blanks
are treading on hazardous ground and fill them out immediately and
when they try directly to solved polit- return them to the Undergraduate
ical or economic problems." offices of the League.
Africans Ignore Notes; I Academic Notices
Attack Italian Troops Philosophy 32: Midsernester make-
up examination will be held Monday,
ROME, Dec. 7. - VP) - A strong- Dec. 10, at 201 S. Wing, 4 p.m.
ly worded Italian protest-the sec-
ond in as many months- was made Lectures
to the Ethiopian government today P t r R' Mt4h

Wednesday, Dec. 12. Players must I
have practiced twice before entering.I
Entry sheets are posted in Barbour!
Gymnasium and the Women's Ath-
letic Building. A medical examina-
tion or recheck for this year is es-
sential.
Albany-Michigan Club meeting on3
Sunday, Dec. 9, Michigan Union, 3:00
p.m. Everyone from the Capital Dis-
trict is invited to attend.
Mass.-Michigan Club: Important
meeting Sunday at the League, 3:30 ;
p.m. Room will be posted. All those
who wish to go with the club Xmas
Vacation, at greatly reduced rates,
please attend this meeting.
Genesee Club monthly dinner meet-
ing in the Union on Sunday evening.
Dr. E. W. Blakeman will address the
club on the topic, "Modern Trends
and Crisis in Religious Thought.'
An important business meeting will
be held at 4:30 p.m. preceding the
dinner. All members are urged to
attend. Please be prompt.

after armed bodies of Ethiopians at-
tacked Ualual, Italian Somaliland.
The assault, Stefani News Agency'
dispatches reported, took place Dec.
5 and the attackers, said to have had
machine guns and artillery, were
driven off only after reinforcements
were rushed to the isolated Italianf
garrzison at the Wells of Ualual.
Widow Of Nelson
Ordered To Milan
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7 -(/P)- Mrs.
Lester M. Gillis, widow of the slain
George ' (Baby Face) Nelson, today
was ordered imprisoned to the Fed-
eral Prison Farm at Milan, Mich.
The order was issued by Sanford
Bates, director of the Federal Prison
Bureau.
At Madison, Wis., today she was
sentenced to a year and a day for
violation of probation. Her original
sentences were for harboring John
Dillinger and Tommy Carroll.
Order Insull To Answer
Second Federal Charge
CHICAGO, Dec. 7 -(AP)- Samnuel
Insull, Sr., lost his first attack Thurs-
day on the second federal charge
against him, one of violating the
bankruptcy laws, and was ordered to
appear for arraignment on Dec. 18
before Federal Judge James H. Wilk-
erson.I
Insull, acquitted recently in a
$100,000,000 mail fraud trial, was
charged with removing $2,500,000
from the Corporation Securities Co.
"in contemplation of bankruptcy."
Trade Unions Pledge
Support To Educators

-Associated Press Photo
Publication of The Reveille, Louis-
iana State liversity newspaper, was

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huoi L e Lure: upr, r. . i. cn
dl of the Benton Harbor school sys-
tem will give a public lecture on the
topic "Supervised Correspondence
Study for High School Students," on
Tuesday, Dec. 11, at 7:00 p.m., in the
auditorium of the University High,
School. Mr. Mitchell will show 1200
feet of film depicting the operation
of the plan as used in his school. The
lecture is being sponsored by the
Education Club of the School of Edu-
cation, but the public is cordially
invited to attend. No admission
charge.

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Eagle Scouts, Sea Scouts: J. S.
Worley, Professor .of Transportation
Engineering, is to talk about Scouting
and Youth Problems in the Univer-
sity, in Room 302 of the Michigan
Union at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 11.
A banquet and the Youth Conference
is also to be discussed. All former
Eagle Scouts and Sea Scouts are
cordially invited to meet.

VeR S ong-ierm plalis ior -a m e -
Iesumcd after a temperary suspen-V I.0±U1U1IjIki1L
sion with Miss Grace Williamson abundant life.
(abovc) cf New Orleans as editor and Some advisors foresaw a centralC
manager to succeed Jesse H. Cutrer fund, with a minimum of $4,000,000,-
and ether members of the staff who 090, from which money would be
resigned in protest to an asserted cen- shared out to carefully chosen proj-
sorship placed over the publication by I ects. A proposal to put one central
Senator Huey P. Long. agency in charge of the fund has been
considered but, like other details Mr.
Roosevelt's attitude on this has not
9:30 a.m. - Morning Classes held at been disclosed.
the Church House. Such varied things as relief, land,
10:45 .a.m.- Morning . Worship. and water conservation, public works,
"The Torld on Tip Toe." Dr. Wil- roads, subsistence homesteads, slum
liam P. Lemon. clearance and many other plans have
3:30 p.m.-Installation Service at been under discussion by high offi-
the Ctirch. cials, but the place of any of these in
5:30 p.M. - Social Hour and Sup- the program may not become known
per. definitely before Congress opens. An
6:30 p.m. - Vesper Service. Dr. inkling, may, however, be obtained
W. D. Henderson of the Extension from a radio speech the President will
Department will speak on the sub- make to the nation within a week or!
ject, "The World As I See It." so.,
Congpegational Church: Appointments of Disciples Guild
Unified service of worship and re- (Church of Christ), Sunday:
ligious education from 10:30 to 12:00 10:45 a.m. - Worship Service and
Sunday. Mr. Heaps will speak on sermon, "A Father's Prayer," by Rev.j
"Wrestling With An Angel," a fur- Fred Cowin.
ther study of the career of Jacob. The 12 N - Upper Room Bible Class
lecture in the series on "The Evolu- taught by Rev. H. C. Pickerill, stu-
tion of Religion" will be given by Prof. dent pastor.
Arthur E. Boak. His subject will be 5:30 p.m. -Social and tea.
"The Persecutions." 6:30 p.m.- Discussion meeting;
At 6 o'clock the Student Fellow- topic, "Significant Events of 1934,"
ship supper will be held to be fol- led by Don Anderson.
lowed by an all-Fussian musical 7:30 p.m. - Evening Worship Serv-
program by the Symphony Orchestra. ice and sermon, "Beer and the Bible,"
by Rev. Cowin.
Reformed and Christian Reformed All members are requested to at-
Students: The church services will tend these meetings. Immediately pre-
be conducted by Dr. J. R. Mulder of ceding the Discussion Meeting there
Western Theological Seminary at is to be held a short, but important,
9:30, Michigan League chapel. business meeting.
Unitarian Church, Sunday After-' Hillel Foundation, Sunday:
noon: A service of music by the 11:15 a.m. -Services at the League
American Music Camp Trio. Rev. Chapel. Rabbi Heller will speak on
H. P. Marley will conduct a short de- "Chanukah, A Lesson in Self-Re-
votional service. Liberal Students' spect."
Union meeting at 7:30 p.m. with Har- 2:30 p.m. - Class in Jewish Ethics
old M. Dorr of the Political Science led by Hirsch Hootkins.
Department to discuss "Middle Class 8:00 p.m. -Meeting of Hillel In-
Politics in the United States." dependents. Debate.

lars. Phone Ann Aroor 4 u u0. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
FOR RENT - ROOMS North Main. 7x
C FOR RENT: Single room. Front suite ~
for couple. Well-heated. Kitchen NOTICE
privileges if desired. Call after 5 FINANCE CO. offers bargains in re-
p.m. 434 Maynard. Phone 7768. possessed and repurchased cars.
LAUNDRYMany 1934 cars with low mileage
-AUDR included. We will trade and extend
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned. convenient terms. Open evenings.
Careful work at low price. 4x 311 W. Huron. Ph. 2-3267. lox
Joe vy t*s lete an executive.
uAsesEdirectorof the Seventh District
irec orO Alu ni he will have supervision of the Uni-
versity of Michigan Clubs in Colo-
rado, Kansas, Missouri, O±kiafoma,

Joe Curtis, '08E, a former Varsity'
football player and now a division
manager of the Continental Oil Co.,
was elected director of the Seventh
District of the Alumni Association at
the annual meeting of the District,
held Dec. 4 in Kansas City.
The business session of the District
was followed by a luncheon meeting
at which General Secretary T. Haw-
ley Tapping, '16L, spoke. He told of,
Association activities and described
recent developments on campus. New
motion pictures of the campus made
by the Association in Ann Arbor, were
shown.
Vlr. Curtis, the new director, played
four years on the Varsity football
team. Since July, 1912, he has been
with the company of which he is now I

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University Lecture: Soph Cabaret Ticket Committee:
Captain Peter Freuchen, Danish Important meeting of all members
explorer, will lecture on "The Eski- Monday afternoon at 4:00 in the
mos As I Know Them" (illustrated League. Please be present.
with slides and moving pictures), on L
Monday, Dec. 10, at 8 p.m., in they
Natural Science Auditorium. The ; Monday Evening Drama Section
public is cordially invited. T of the Faculty Women's Club will
___diym .meet Monday, Dec. 10, with Mrs. H.1
M. Dorr, 812 McKinley St., at 7:45
Concert p.m. Assisting the hostess will be
Christmas Organ Recital: Palmer Mrs. D. H. Young, Mrs. A. J. Eardley,
Christian, University Organist, will I and Mrs. John Leete.
give a program of Christmas music, ;---
in Hill Auditorium, Sunday after- Methodist Episcopal Church, Sun-
noon, at 4:15 o'clock, to which the $ day:
general public is invited without ad- 9:45 a.m. - Class for Young Men
mission charge. and Women of College Age. Dr. Roy

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LANSING, Dec. 7.- (/P) -Mich-
igan educators today were pledged
the support of trade unions of the
state for adequate financial support
of schools in an address by Frank X.
Martel, president of the Detroit Fed-
eration of Labor, before the high,
school principals' department of the
Michigan Education association.
Martel said the demand of the edu-
cational group for a $25,000,000 ap-
propriation for schools is not exces-
sive. He charged a "submarine"
campaign was being waged to min-;
imite the requirements.
Students Answer
Very Few Lettert
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town without a street address, or
with the wrong one, it is termed a
"nixie" and becomes the bane of the
postoffice employee's existence. When
a "nixie" arrives it is put aside until
one of the clerks has some spare time
and then an individual search of the
three directories is made. If this
search does not yield the proper ad-
dress the piece in question becomes
a dead-letter.
When asked if the percentage of
"nixies" in mail of foreign origin was
high, Postmaster Pack said no, that
much less trouble was encountered
with this type than with the domes-
tic letters. While no one in the de-
partment is adept in the language,
of China or Japan, this mail usually
carries correct addresses and causes
less trouble than the American mail.
The Postoffice still has plenty of
worries, but the problems do not reach

Events Today
Swimming Club - Women Stu-
dents: The club will meet at 9:30 a.m.,
at the Union Pool._
The Beta Kappa Rho Christmas
party will be held at 8:30 p.m., at the
Michigan League Building. Any girl
living outside an organized house is
invited to attend. Kindly notify the
office of the Dean of Women if you
can be present.
Outing for Graduate Students: The
Graduate Outing Club is holding an
overnight trip to Camp Newkirk near
Dexter for all graduate students in-
terested. The group will leave Lane
Hall at 3:00 p.m. today and return
Sunday morning. Transportation will
be provided. Everyone should bring
plenty of blankets. The approximate
cost for transportation, dinner, break-
fast and lodging will be 75 cents. For
.ny further information, call Mr. or
MMrs. Whitaker, 5745.
Coming Events
Graduate Club In Education:1
Monthly meeting Monday, Dec. 10, at
7:15 p'.m. in the University Elemen-
tary School Library. Dr. Thorleif G.
Hegge, Scientific Director of the'
Wayne County Training School, will
speak on the topic, "Problems in the
Education of the Mentally Deficient."
All graduate students in education;
are invited.

balcony of the church auditorium.
10:45 a.m. - Morning Worship
Service. Dr. Charles W. BrasharesiStarting
has chosen "Character" as a subject Today M A J E
for this morning's sermon. This is
the tenth in a series entitled "What'
We Want." 248 NIGHTS IN NEW YORK
AND 6 MONTHS IN LONDON I

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Stalker Hall for Young Men and
Women Of College Age, Sunday: I
4:00 p.m.-The WorlI Friendship
Circle will not meet today.
6:00 p.m.-Wesleyan Guild Wor-
ship Service. Professor Howard M
Jones, guest speaker, has chosen as
a subject "The Lost Art of Preaching."
Fellowship hour and refreshments af-
ter the meeting.
Harris Hall:
The leader of the regular Sunday
evening student meeting at 7 o'clock
will be Dr. John Dorsey of the Health'
Service. The topic for discussion will
be, "Religion and Psychiatry." All f
students are cordially welcome.
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church:
Services of worship Sunday are.
8:00 a.m. Holy Communion, 9:30 a.m.
Church School, 11:00 a.m. Kindergar-
ten, 11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and
Sermon by the Rev. Henry Lewis, 7:30
p.m. Choral Evensong and Address
by the Rev. William D. Orr.
Presbyterian Student Appoint-
ments.-- Sunday:

. . and now it comes to you with
this same FRED ASTAIRE who made
the glittering girl spree the stage
triumph of our dizzy decade!
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Shows at
2 -3:47 - 7:00 -9:00
Matinees
30c
.z Evenings
40c
The "Carioca" stars of
"Flying Down to Rio"
TOG ETHER
in a dance -mad
show that will make
you leap with joy!

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on Christian ideals. Meet in the

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