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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NEWS

DAILY' OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication In the Bulletin is constructive noti-e to ailmembers of the
University. Copy received at the orlice of the AssLtant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

Leaders 'i" Atte"pt To Cu""'i" r Profits

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1934
VOL. XLV No. 70
Notices
To Students Having Library Books:
1. Students having in their pos-
session books drawn from the Uni-
versity Library are notified that suchj
books are due Monday, Dec. 17, be-
fore the impending Christmas vaca-
tion, in pursuance of the University
regulation:

by Heywood Broun will be presented,I
All those interested in dramatics are
cordially invited to attend. Come to
Stalker Hall at 9 p.m.
Ccsmopolitan Club: Christmas
Party. dance and other entertainment,
Lane Hall, 9 to 12 p.m. Ladies free.
i Members 35 cents, non-members 50
cents.

Continue Investigation
Of Hotel Kerns Fire
LANSING, Dec. 14 -(R)- Authori-
ties today sketched in obscure de-
tails of the fire that turned ill-
fated-Hotel' Kerns into a hostelry of
terror, found confirmation that the'
list of dead numbered 30, uncovered
evidence that they said indicated
negligence, and took steps to prevent
a recurrence of the tragedy.
A carelessly discarded cigarette,'
Welch said, probably started the
flames which first were noticed in the
suite occupied by David Monroe,
hotel manager, who was one of the
victims, and his brother, Douglas.
One more heap of charred bones
was found today in the ruins, bringing!
to 15 the number of bodies found
there, and to 28 the number of record-
ed dead. Thirteen guests died of in-
juries or drowned, when they leaped
to the street or into the Grand River
at the rear of the hotel. Two are
definitely missing and listed as dead.
Two of the most recently recovered
bodies were identified definitely, one
as that of Mrs. Elsa Robbins, of
Saginaw, Mich., matron of the state
capitol, and the other as that of J.
H Byrnes, Grand Rapids, Mich.,
shoe salesman. Nine of the fire
dead still are unidentified.
Claims Radicalism Is
'Inclination Of Youth'
NEW YORK, Dec. 14-(A')--Dis-
contented college students who find
no place for themselves in the world
will be the recruits of either com-
munism or fascism, John Stewart
Bryan, president of the College of
William and Mary, warned the asso-
ciation of Life Insurance Presidents
today.
Bryan, who is also publisher of
the Richmond, Va., New Leader, said
that aside from disgruntled colleg-
ians, "our young people are meeting
magnificently the dark challenge of
our time."
Asserting that radicalism was "the
inclination of youth," Bryan con-
tinued:
"What is to happen if these young
men and women of extreme opinion
get out into the world and find them-
selves unrewarded for their labor and
expenditures in college, unwanted in
industry, and unequally compensated
in comparison with the trade unionist
who has been protected by Section
7-a and by the other provisions of the
NRA?"
DuPonts Fight Charge j
Of Exorbitant Profits
WASHINGTON, Dec. 14. - (P)-
Testimony that the government failed
to audit properly the- accounts by
which the Delaware Du Ponts dis-
putedly made a profit of $1,961,O00 at
no financial risk to themselves was
presented today to the Senate com-
mittee.
Arthur C. Carnduff, former special
attorney in the Justice Department,
asserted that he was removed from
the case in1923 by Attorney-General
Dougherty at a time when he was
convinced the company owed the
government at least $900,000, and pos-
sibly more.
Members of the Du Pont family im-
mediately and emphatically chal-
lenged these assertions. They termed
"ridiculous" a statement that the
"profits" figure represented a $39,
231 per cent return in investment and
contended that after deducting taxes
and other outlays the figure dwindled
to $286,346.
Italo-Ethiopian Friction
Brought Before League
GENEVA, Dec. 14. - (PA) - A new
sore on the world's political face -

the friction between Italy and Ethi-
opia in Africa - was called to the
attention of the League council this
evening.
The government of Emperor Haile
Selassie I at Addis Ababa telegraphed
the Council to give the African pow-
er's version of recent border clashes
in which both Italian and Abyssin-
ian forces suffered casualties and to
say:
"In the presence of the aggression
of Italians, the Abyssinian govern-
ment calls the attention of the Coun-
cil to the gravity of the situation."
Finland Continues To
Pay Back War Debt
H ELSINGFORS. Dec. 14.- (lR -
Finland promised to pay the war debt
she owes the United States, and she's
paying -- because "it's the only hon-
est thing to do."

"Students who leave Ann Ar- Coining Events
bor for more than a week must
return all borrowed books." Motion Pictures and Lantern SlidesI
Books needed between Dec. 17 and I of Camp Davis, Jackson Hole, and
the beginning of vacation may be re- the Yellowstone Park will be exhib-
tained upon application at the charg- ited in Room 348, West Engineering'
ing desk. Building, beginning at 2:15 p.m.,
2. Failure to return books before Monday, Dec. 17.
the vacation will render the student The seating capacity of the room
liable to an extra fine. is ample to accommodate all who may
3. Students remaining in town be interested.
may charge and renew books for
seven-day periods beginning Dec. 17. Faculty Women's Club, Interior}
4. Students leaving town who have Decoration Section: Meeting Monday,,
urgent need for books during the at the home of Mrs. Samuel McAl-
vacation period will be given permis- lister, 1507 Wells St., at 2:30 p.m.
sion to take such books with them,
provided they are not in general de- Boekshelf and Stage Section of
mand, on application at the office of the Fazulty Women's Club will meet
the Superintendent of Circulation. Tuesday, Dec. 18, 2:45 p.m., at the'
Win. M. Bishop, Librarian home of Mrs. Frank A. Mickle, 1053'
Olivia.

LAUNDIT
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006
9x
LOST AND FOUND
LOST "Fad" wrist watch at Union.
Reward to finder. Call 8884, ask
for Ross. 12
LOST: A. O. Pi pin on campus. Finder
please call Mary Alice Emmett. Call
2-2281. Reward. 10
FOR SALE -
TEN SCOTTIE PUPS: Pedigreed, reg.-
A.K.C., 6 weeks, sired by Son Ch.a
Ardmore Legacy. Dam granddaugh-
ter of Ch. Tweburn Clincher and
Ch. Landon Lands. 1313 S. State.
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Grig*g To Deliver
Talk At Princeton
Prof. Earl Leslie Griggs of the'
English department has gone to
Princeton University this week to take
part in the Centenary Celebration
of the poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
Professor Griggs, who has done

WANTED
WANTED: Salesmen to sell clothing.
Students who need . extra money
take notice. See Sam Ellis, at the
Fair, 200 N. Main. 7xa
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
NOTICE
FINANCE CO. offers bargains in re-
possessed and repurchased cars
Many 1934 cars with low mileage
included. We will trade and extend
311 W. Huron. Ph. 2-3267. lOx
convenient terms. Open evenings.
FOR RENT - APARTMENTS
FOR RENT: Apartment with private
bath and shower. Also large double
room with hot and cold running
water. Available now. Dial 8544.
422 E. Washington. 16
FOR RENT: Faculty home, for use
during vacation period. Very rea-
,onable. References required. Phone
5651. 19
Three Local Meen
To Attend Meeting

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Househeads, Sorority Chaperons,
Dormitory Directors: On Dec. 21,
please send to the office of the Dean
of Women a ,list of all students leav-
ing Ann Arbor before that date.
Jeannette Perry,
Assistant Dean of Women
Attention Dormitories, Zones and
Sororities: All Activity Chart blanks
must be called for at, the Under-
graduate offices of the League and
returned by noon on Tuesday, Dec.
18, or no credit will be given to
Shizcthat h ev not turned in these

Methodist Episcopal Church, Sun-
day:
9:45 a.m.- Class for all young
men and women of college age. Meet
in the balcony of the church audi-
torium for discussions of the Social
Creed and ideals of the Church. Dr. {
Roy J. Burroughs is the teacher.
10:45 a.m. - Morning Worship
Service. Dr. Charles W. Brashares
has chosen as a subject, "Bargains."
This is the eleventh in a series en-
titled "What We Want."

- uclauec Eress Photo.
x: m r NRA administrator, and Ber-

Gen. Hugh S. Johnson (left), fc
nard Baruch, New York financier,
House after a conference with Presi
to study means of taking the profit
head the group to formulate poss
this goal. Johnson is to assist him.
Twenty Years Ago
From the Daily files of
December 15, 1914
At the next meeting of the Boqrd
of Regents, petitions bearing the sig-
natures of over 1,000 students ask-
ing for increased gymnasium facili-
ties will be presented.

are shown as they left the White j o me iprant w ok 0on uoi1Ui , Three members of the University's
iden Rosevlt oncrnig hs pans has been invited to deliver the lee- safaepann oatn h et
ts cut of war. aruch was named tnhsa ture on the poet at Princeton. The ing of the Student Health Association
Sae death of Coleridge, 100 years ago, Dec. 27-28 in New York City.
ble legislatin designed to achieve was widely noticed in England this Dr. John Sundwall of the division
summer. of Hygiene and Public Health is chair-
---- j -Professor Griggs, together with Mr. man of the Committee on Informa-
Crimson authorities refused to con- Edmund Blunden of Oxford, recent- tional Hygiene. Dr. Warren E. For-
cider a western trip and the Harvard ly edited a Coleridge Memorial Vol- sythe, director of the Health Service,
coaces aestr oripd tetg Hr ume containing essays by a number of will speak before the committee on
ganh in mid-sedon ith he gree- Coleridge scholars in England and "Health Knowledge Tests of 1,000
igan in mid-season witji the green America. Freshmen."
team they expect next fall.

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nouses La an avt 'uu ' itakrHllfrYun1e n
blanks.Stalker Hall for Young Menand
__a__s. Women of College Age:
Mechanical Engineering Seniors: 4:00 p.m.- The World Friendship
Will you kindly fill out a personnel Circle will not meet today.
card immediately. Room 221 West 6:00 p.m. - Wesleyan Guild De-t
Engineering Bldg. Rs votional Service. Mrs. W. B. Pope
EngnrngBder se n. will speak on "Memories of Pales-

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Permission to reinstate the J-Hop
was granted by the University sen-
ate. A resolution was also passed by
the senate authorizing the appoint-
ment by the President of a committee
of 16, to consider the advisibility of
reorganizing the academic and sum-
mer sessions, so" as to unify them.

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Contemporary: All subscriptions
money and receipts must be turned
in and checked at, the office, Student
Publications Building, by 5:30 p.m.,
Saturday, Dec. 15.
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tine" at this Christmas program. The Whitney theater will show the
Supper will be served during the first authentic motion pictures of
social hour after the meeting. the European war next month. The
picture was filmed by the staff of
Harris Hall: President Alexander photographers of the Chicago Trib-
G. Ruthven will lead the discussion une, who first secured permission
at the regular student meeting in from the war staff.
Harris Hall Sunday evening at 71
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! Academic Notices o'clock. The general topic will be,
Fine Arts 183: The History of Deco- "The Relationship Between the Stu-
rative Arts in Islamic Countries will dent and the University." All mem-1
meet in Dr. Aga-Oglu's office Monday, bers of the student body and their
Dec. 17, at 4 o'clock, 3214 Angell friends are cordially invited.t
Hall. Those interested in visiting Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church:f
the course are requested to come at Services of worship Sunday are: 8:00
this time. am. Holy Communion, 9:30 a.m.
Church School, 11:00 a.m. Kindergar-
is Toay, ten, 11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and
vie ntspaLTodSermon by the Rev. William D. Orr,
Phi Dena Kappa: Luncheon meet- 17:30 p.m. Choral Evensong and Ad-
Paul Rankin, of the Detroit Boa dress by the Rev. William D. Orr.
of Education, will discuss the high-1
lights of the Indianapolis Conven- Appointments of the Disciples
tion. General business meeting will Guild (Church of Christ), -Sunday:
follow. 10:45 a.m. - Morning WorshipI
Service with Christmas music, and
Women's Varsity Debating: A dis- ! sermon, "The Little Town of Bethle-
cussion-cross examination meet with hem," by Rev. Cowin.
Albion College and Wayne Univer- 12 N -Upper Room Bible Class
sity on the question of the manufac- taught by Rev. Pickerill.
ture and sale of munitions of war 5:30 p.m.-Christmas Tea.
will be held in Room 4203 A. H. to- 6:30 p.m.- Christmas Program,
day. The Affirmative will speak and Miss Josephine Montee, leader.
be cross examined from 10 to 12. 7:30 p.m. - Candlelight Service
The Negative will speak and be cross with Cantata, "The Story of Christ-
examined from 1:30 to 3:30. Meet- mas," arranged by H. Alexander
ings are open to all. Matthews.
Members of the guild will meet at

Johnnie" Maulbetsch, Michigan's
star offensive player, has been se-
lected for a halfback position on
Walter Camp's 1915 All-American
team, in his first year of collegiate
football.
Harvard will not be on the Mich-
igan football schedule next fall. The
"Interfaith Relationship of the Basis
of Good Will."
2:30 p.m. - Class in "Jewish Eth-
ics" led by Hirsch Hootkins.
8:00 p.m.-Meeting of the or-
ganized Hillel independent group, for
members only. The meeting will
be followed by a stunt night.

Says CHRIS: All Good Meals:
LUNCHES ... 35c
DINNERS....50c

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For H ER
* Yardley Toilet Sets
*Cu (cx Toilet Sets
Evening in Paris
Toilet Sets
Coipacts
Perfumes
Stationery
Fountain Pens
Dusting Powders
* Bath Salts

For H IM
* Lavender Shave Sets
Yardley Shave Sets
* Williams Shave Sets

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Cigars
Cigarettes
Clocks
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1934

Dela Epsilon Pi Fraternity: There
will be a meeting in the Michigan
Union at 8:30 p.m. Important mat-
ters will be discussed; every member
must be there.
All Women Students: W.A.A. will
hold a toboggan party at the Arbore-
tum. The group will leave the W.A.A.
building at two o'clock and return
about four when refreshments will
be served.
University Women: Anyone inter-
ested in being rated as a Woman's
Basketball Official may try out at
Barbour Gymnasium, at 9 a.m. There
will be a written examination, as
well as a practical examination in
refereeing and umpiring. Further in-
formation may be obtained from Prof.
Laurie E. Campbell.
Wesley Players: "Radio Party" fol-
lowing the Michigan State Basket-
ball Game. "Death Says It Isn't So"
THE MICHIGAN
WOLVERINE
After two years of successful op-
eration this student organization
is still serving good food at a sav-
ing to all.
20MEALS for $3.80
LANE HALL

438 Maynard on Wednesday, Dec. 19,
at 7 o'clock p.m., to go caroling.
Everyone who wants to go with this
group is cordially invited.
Unitarian Church: Sunday Evening
devotional service. Rev. H. P. Mar-
ley will speak on "The Prodigal Son -
Modern Version," a discussion of
youth in the present order. Liberal
Students' Union meeting at 7:30.
Prof. Max Handman of the Depart-
ment of Economics will discuss "Capi-
talism and the Present Crisis."
Hillel Foundation, Sunday :
11:15 a.m. -Services at the League
Chapel. Rabbi Heller will speak on
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From 35c S To $5.00
Per Box C LATE Per Box
ATTRACTIVELY WRAPPED FOR CHRISTMAS
Take a Box Home to the Folks-
MIL LE R DR UG STOR E

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Know the pleasure that comics from speni r'g and giving
freely during the happiest season of the year. A few dollars
each week will grow into a surprising sum by next December.
DON'T DELAY, the 1935 Christmas Savings Club is start-
ing NOW!
Ann Arbor yavings Bank

North U at Thayer.

Phone 9797

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ENDS TONIGHT
"BIG HEARTED HERBERT"
and "WORLD MOVES ON"

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-SUJNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY-
WALLACE BEERY
JACKIE COOPER in
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-ADDED-
"sTEAM ROLLER" - MICKEY MOUSE

THE HOUSE OF HITS!
Today, Friday and Saturday
Is A College Diploma Worth the
Sheepskin It Is Written On?

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