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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.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1934 nesday, December 19, 8:00 p. m. The
VOL. XLV No. 72 following papers will be presented.
"An Old Bohairic Letter in the Mi-
Notices chigan Collection," by Professor W.I
H. Worrell.
S YUniversity Broadcasting: "The Use of Evidence Unreason-
N E W 9:15 a.m. - Class in Elementary ably Secured," by Professor J. B
Singing -Dr. Joseph E. Maddy. Waite.
2:00 pn.-"Michigan, A Leader A meeting of the Council will be
in Pharmaceutical Products," Charles held at 7:30 p. m.
Two Attorneys Charged A. Stocking, Associate Professor of
Pharmacy. Eccentrics: Will meet at the Mich-
With Sharing In Ransom --igan League, Wednesday, Dec. 19, at
iOKLAHOMA CITY,:Dec. 17 -(A)- Bronson-Thomas Prize in Ger- 8 p.m. Professor Leonard Watkins I
The Federal Government today man: Value $50. Open to all under- will lead the discussion on "The
opened its heralded drive against graduate students in German. Award- Budget." All students concentrating
alleged tieups between crime and ed on the results of an examination in Economics are invited to attend.
,criminal lawyers with the arrest of and essay. Subjects for 1935: Ex-
two attorneys charged with sharing amination: Life and Works of Gott- Alpha Nu meets Wednesday at 7:30
in the $200,000 ransom paid the kid- fried Keller; Essay (in English or p.m. in the Alpha Nu rooms, fourth
napers of Charles F. Urschel. German) Gottfried Keller as a Writ- floor Angell Hall. The final debate
James C. Mathers, former Love er of "Novellen." The examination in the pledge tournament will be
County (Okla.) judge, was arrested will be held on April 5, by which time held to determine the pledge champ-
.in Oklahoma City and Ben Laska the essays must be handed in. ionship. The question for debate is:
was taken into custody in Denver on J. W. Eaton Resolved: That the present relief
indictments returned here. Both ap- agencies of the Federal government
peared as defense attorneys in the Candidates for the Teacher's Cer- should be abandoned with the expira-c
trial of the notorious criminals con- tificate: A tentative list of candi- tion of present appropriations. Alla
victed of abducting the wealthy Ok- dates in the School of Education, pledges must be present. The publici
lahoma City oil man. College of Literature, Science and is cordially invited.1
The indictments allege that Laska the Arts, and the Graduate School to
dapper gray-haired Denver attorney be recommended for the Teacher's Cercle Francais: There will be no1
who also figured in the defense of Certificate in February and June, meeting this week. There will be a
suspects in the $60,000 ransom kid- 1935, has been posted on the bulletin meeting Thursday, Jan. 10, at the
naping of Charles Boettcher, II, of board in Room 1431 University Ele- League.-
Menver, received $10,000 of the Urs- mentary School. Any student whose
chel ransom and paid $1,000 of it to name does not appear on this list Deutscher Zirkel: The German i
Mathers. and who wishes to be so listed should Circle will have its annual Christ-
Mathers was held under $10,000 report this fact at once to the Re- mas celebration at 8 p.m. tomorrow
bond. corder of the School of Education, in the Women's League. All mem-
1437 U. E. S. bers as well as friends are invited tot
Elaborate Plans For Fast come. All are requested to bring a
Mobilization Discovered Engineers: Tickets for the A.S.M.E. small 10 cent gift.
Roast will be on sale in the hall by1
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17- (-') - Prof. Anderson's office in the West School of Music Senior Class Elec-
Elaborate War Department plans for Engineering building until Wednes- tion: There will be a meeting of the
quick emergency mobilization of day noon, Dec. 19. Senior Class of the University School
12,poo privately-owned firms into a _ _of Music, at the School of Music
vast war supplies network were re- The Beginners' Social Dancing Auditorium, Wednesday, Nov. 19, at'
iveaCed today before the Senate Mun-Chess gin ettonight. 4 o'clock, for the purpose of electing
tions Committee. officers, and attend to such matters
Blank contracts have been drawn as may properly come before the Sen-
and statutes are ready for presenta- ior Class for consideration.
tion to Congress immediately upon a Concert .
declaration of war, testified Lieut. The Messiah: The annual Christ- Luncheon for Graduate Students
Col. C. T. Harris. He added that the mas performance of the Handerls on Wednesday, Dec. 19, at 12 o'clock 1
lists and forms are constantly sub- "Messiah" will be given Tuesday eve- in the Russian Tea Room of the Mich-l
jected to modernizing reisions. ning, December 18, in Hill Auditori- igan League Building. Prof. Max
These developments followed dis- um, at 8:15 o'clock. The general Handman, of the Economics Depart-
losures of the basis of which com- public with the exception of small ment, will speak informally on "Some
mittee members contended that the children is invited without admission Recent Economic Problems."
duPont account for the construction harge, but is requested to be seated
of the Old Hickory power plant in
Tennessee during the war, involving on time, as the doors will be closed "A Christmas Carol": The follow-;
Government expenditures of $125,-during numbers. . ing students from the classes in oral
000,000, received "only a 10 per cent The following artists and organi- interpretation (Speech 43) will give;
audit., zations will participate: a public reading from Dickens' "A,
Anna Burmeister, Sbprano. Christmas Carol" at 4 p.m. Wednes-
Maurine Parzybok, Contralto. E day, Dec. 19, in Room 205 Mason
Alleged Murderer Given ArthurHackett, Tenor.nI Hall: Mary Pattie,Nancy ee ep
Hour And A Half Hearing Stanley DuPree, Bass. pard, Lavinia Howells, Dorothy Ohrt,
University Choral Union. ~Stanley Ostler, Mildred Goldberg,
TULSA, Okla., Dec. 17 -(A')- Nine- University Symphony Orchestra. Blanche Arnold, Bessie Curtis. This
teen-year-old Phillip Kennamer faced Earl V. Moore, Conductor. prograe wil las C ur. All
an hour and a half preliminary hear- Traffic regulations employed on program will last about an hour. All.
ing today - a foretaste of his mur- the occasion of Choral Union . cn- persons interested are cordially invit-
der 'trial Jan. 28 for the slaying of cert, will be enforced. ed to hear this Christmas story.
John F. Gorrell - and was hustled
back to his cell past gaping throngs Students from Rochester, N.Y.-
that burst into and overflowed the E sThe Genesee Club is sponsoring a
Tulsa County Courthouse. Events Today dance in Rochester on Wednesday,
Before Pleas Judge Bradford J. Mathematical Club: Regular meet- Dec. 26, for all University of Michigan
Williams bound him over "for jury ing at 8 pm. in 3201 A.H. Mr. DK . students from Rochester and their
tria f er" * ' '' 'friends. For further information call
trial on a carge of murder" Kannamer Kazarinoff will speak on "Some .In-fred.Fruthriomaoncl
listened to Floyd J. Huff, Kansas City ter-relations between Questions in Richard Hardenbrook, 23466.
aviator, testify of hearing the youth- Geomerty and Mechanics." National Student League will meet
lful son of 'Federal Judge Franklin E. aivlSuetLgewllmt
Kennamer predict the dentistry stu- Physics Colloquium: Prof. Charles at 8 p.m.nWednesday in Room 304 at
dent's death. F. Meyer will speak on "Develop- the Union. A report will be given on
A near riot at the court room en- ments in Electron Diffraction" at the recent Michigan Youth Congress,
trance was averted narrowly, the cur-' 4:15 p.m. in Room 1041, East Physics and a delegate will be elected to the
ious crowd outside forcing the doors Bldg. All interested are cordially in- American Youth Congress in Wash-
.open. vited to attend. ington, Jan. 4 and 5. All interested,
open vitd t attnd.are invited.
Towend Pla Engineeringg Council meets at 7:30 The Lutheran Student Club will
To u e L! P a p.m. in the M.E. computing room. TeLtea tdn lbwl
p. he E mu rgo caroling on Thursday evening at
CAe7 o'clock. They will leave from the
Called Boon To Adejphi House of Representatives . ., rnt uhrnCuc nWl
- _,_ ~n . ..Tii.LteanCuc nW

mets in its room at 7:3.0 p.m. Charle
meetsrr, init rocoathep.ares Hams St. A party will follow the
Pros ri. Orr instructor in the Department
Of Economics, will speak to the House singing.
_ _on the subject "Fascism and Ger-
(Continued from Page1 gmany." The public is cordially in- Christmas Party Held
surrender jobs to accept the pension, vited to attend the meeting.
thereby creating a total of 12,000,000 y ysics Department
jobs. In other words, there will be Christian Science Organization:
no unemployment under the Town- There will be a meeting of this Or- at the physics department faculty's
send plan. ganization tonight at 8 o'clock in the annual Christmas party last night in
"4. The cost of welfare is in the Chapel of the Women's League Build- the Union.
neighborhood of $3,000,000,000 per ing. Students, alumni, and faculty T
month. At about half this cost, the members of the University are cor- ThwaseMrs lcWilaswfe ofar
Townsend plan will put everyone to- dially invited to attend. was Mrs. Neil Williams, ife of Pro-
work and entirely eliminate the wel- fessor Williams, acting head of the
fare. The Biobliophiles Section of the DfrenDufehndack,
"5. The Townsend plan is described Facul'ty Wcmens' Club meets at 2:30 the program committee, and Mrs.
as a revolving pension because when p.m. at the home of Mrs. B. A. Soule, R. A. Sawyer, wife of Professor Saw-
once it is started, it will continue to 523 Linden St. yer, was in charge of the dinner.
revolve upon a small sales tax for all Following the dinner, there were
time to come." Sigma Delta Chi: This week's Fi
Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County luncheon meeting will be held at 12:15 games and informal dancing.
will have the first opportunity to hear today instead of Thursday, in the
Dr. Townsend's idea thoroughly ex- Union.T-cG d
plained at the court house tonight.____ Terrace Garden
Afteraddresses byThomas J. Faus- Dancing Studio
sett, editor of "Tomorrow," author Coming Events Instructions in a l
and economist Lucius Wilson, and the forms. Classical, social,
Aev. W. F. Jerome, mayor of Dexter, Research Club will meet in room Wueth Theatre Bdg.
Mr. Wade will conduct the work Of 2528 East Medical Building on Wed-
organizing the Central Townsend ----
Club of this county. Later Mr. Wade
hopes t:) present the plan before the
Uety. Merry Christmas and
__________IA Happy New Year
WALLACE BEERY The Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank
JACKiE COOPER in wishes you the best of all good
"TREASURE , Holiday seasons.

Admits Killing Wife


-Associated Press Pnoto
John II. Happel, 53 (above), was
captured and jailed in St. Louis and
admitted the Las Angeles "trunk mur-
der" of his wife, Mrs. Rosabella Marie
Happel. Chief of Police John Mc-
Carthy said the prisoner said he beat
his wife to death because of her per-
sistent nagging.

Screen Refedo n s
A First National Picture directed by
Frank Borzage, co-starring Dick Powell
and Ruby Keeler, and featuring Pat
O'Brien and 'Rss Alexander. Also an
aw-w-w-ful Paramount' Variety, "The
Superstition of the Black Cat." Para-
mount News, and Paul Tompkins' organ
Viewing the military musical "Flir-
tation Walk" in the light of a cine-
mnatic fripponery which is intended to
entertain through an ingenious set.
ting in the midst of West Point in
which youthful, apple-cheeked Dick
Powell and demure, perennially pop-
ular Ruby Keeler can sing, love, and
get into trouble and get out of it
"success" is the word to be applied
It's as good a vehicle as any the tw
have yet enjoyed. Two song hit
which, sadly enough, have already
had the polish of newness worn of:
are included, and there is a handsome
rival officer-lover, a diamond-in-the
rough pal, a genial father, and the
other accessories of a snappy musical
Well, isn't that enough? Yes, per-
haps. The kick many will have to reg-
ister with "Flirtation Walk" is not
about what it does not contain, bu
rather about the fact that it does con
tain almost undisguised military
propaganda from "dedication" to
fadeout. Thus, it may conceivably
be argued, from an intelligent pro
social point of view "Flirtation Walk
is so much chocolate-covered poison
for in the guise of parades, bands
flags, powder and steel it exalts in th
Hollywood way a modern giant whic
is better left unexalted, at least. Ye
on the other hand let's concede t
"Flirtation Walk" that it is happy an
ridiculous, fast but a little trite, anc
oh, not so bad after all. There ar
marry, many worse! - it is alway,
wise and comforting to remembe
The program of shorts should no
go unattacked. "The Superstition o
the Black Cat" is a shoddy jumble
jem which involves one man and wif
one witch, one black cat, two prett
maids of Ireland, a handful of extras
and the two dollars and ninety-eight
DAILY -- 15c TO
Matinees 30c

LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned. LOST: LONG RHINESTONE earrings
Careful work at low price. 4x at League or in vicinity, Friday
STUDENT HandLaunry Pice evening. Please return to Helen
sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006 Newberry Residence. 24
9x LOST: Boy's signet ring. Initials,
FOR -SA-ER.O.P., sometime Saturday, either
FOR SALE inor near the League. Finder please
LIMITED, signed editions, beautiful,Irturn to Daily. Reward. 23
rare, old and new books for Xmas LOST: Small silver Waltham wrist
presents. Colonial Book Shop. 303 watch, bracelet attached, near Ro-
N. Division. 11 mance Language Bldg. Reward. Call
FOR SALE: Raccoon coat, size 40. Steiner,-2-2591 _22
In good condition, $50. J. A. KerrWANTED
622 University Place, Grosse Pointe
City, Mich. Tel. Niagara, 9396. WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
20 suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 dol-
____... ---lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
-ago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
'w(niyYeas Noth Main. 7x
From the Daily files of
December 18, 1914
Several large donations of clothes
have been received by the Belgian
relief committee from the sophomore
engineers, which was among the first
of the classes to take an active part
in the relief work.
In an endeavor to ultimately fix the HNL I
field south of Ferry Field for inter-
class contests, the athletic association
® has had a force of men grading the
land all week.
Following the visit of Intramural QUICKLYa ufE
Director F. A. Rowe this week, the au-
thorities at Iowa University are en- Don't spoil the thrill of geti
deavoring to secure $5,000 as the be- about the shipment of your
ginning of an inter-class athletic leaving everything to Railv
system patterned after that of Mich- your trunks, baggage and
them home on fast passenge
Between 200 and 300 engineers are You can take your train hom
expected in Ann Arbor to attend the that your baggage willbe the
meeting on the Michigan Engineering Express service means eco
- Society next month. The assembly is pick-up and take a receipt
- under the direct auspices of the swift, sure handling. If yot
o University and many University en- presents to your family anc
gineering professors will take an p
active part in it. For service or informati
1' ____________
The January meeting of the Ann 420 S. ASHLEY ST. --
- Arbor and Ypsilanti branches of the
American Association of University Thebest there .
Women has been postponed from Jan. S E R V I N G T H E N A 1
. 4 to Saturday, Jan. 19.
y cents necessary to produce the con-
f sctcion. O tempora O mores O hell !
e What are the West Coast shorts menII
- coming to? Or, grammatically, to
e what are they coming? That Para-
mount newsreel, too-with the trailer
for the coming feature splitting it
amidships -it's getting to where it AGEN
,would be a relief to see a horse-race, NATION -WIDE f
t a dance marathon, or a Four-H Club
health boy. -G.M.W., Jr.
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