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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER

Seven Faculty
Men To Attend
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Story Renews Search For Karpis

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at the oltice of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 19341 Forestry Club: Professor Carl D. CAicaco Parley1
LaRue, of the botany department, VOL____N._3
VOL. XLV No. will speak to the Forestry Club on
"Experiences in the Tropics" at 7:30 Business Administration
Notices
p.m..Room 2054, Natural Science School Delegation To Be
University Libraries: -- --uildinyg.n G r n
On Dec. 24 and on Dec. 31 the Uni- -
versity Libraries will be closed for the S o91 of Music Senior Class Elec-
purpose of certain repairs, waxing tion: There will be a meeting of the evicss Amin istratin cfaculty w
of floors, and cleaning. Senior Class of the University School
Wmi. W. Bishop, Librarian Music attend the annual meeting of theI
of Music, at the School ofM cAmerican Economic Association to be
Auditorium, at 4 o'clock, for the pur- eld Dec. 26-29, in Chicago, it was
pose of electing officers, and attend annonced yesterdays
Notice: Will the person who took a to such matters as may properly announced yesterday.
University Catalog of 1855 from the ,D-an Clare E. Griffin will act as
Bndery bC mistake with L. D. comae before the Senior Class for chairman of the round table discus-
indery by mistakedw
Wines' name on the title page, please consideration. n cn "Interntional Economic Po1-
return same. icy." This group will discuss the re-
Ecpncentrics: Will meet at the port of the ccmrnission of inquiry into
The Automobile Regulation will be Michigan League, at 8 p.m. Professor national policy in international eco-
lifted for the Christmas vacation per- Leonard Watkins will lead the dis- ' cnmic relations which was headed
iod beginning at 12 noon on Friday, cussion on "The Budget." All stu- by President Robert M. Hutchins of
Dec. 21, and ending on Monday morn- dents concentrating in Economics the University of Chicago. He also
ing, Jan. 7, at 8 a.m. are invited to attend. expects to participate in the joint
W. B.Rea, eeting of the American Economic
W. B. Rea, As ociation and the American Sta-
Assistant to the Dean of Students Deutscher Zirkel: The German Association.
Circle will have its annual Christ- Other members of the faculty who
University Broadcasting:, mas celebration at 8 p.m. in the will definitely attend are Professors
9:15-9:30 a.m.-Laboratory Pro- League. All members as well as Robert G. Rodkey, William A. Paton,
gram for Speech Department Class. friends are invited to come. All are Edgar H. Gault, Charles L. Waterman,-
2:00-2:30 p.m. - Language Series requested to bring a small 10 cent gift. Merwin H. Waterman, and Charles L.
- Topic: "The Pronunciation of Ger- Jamison.
man, Edmund Wild, Associate Pro- Class in rolis Language meets Others who may attend are Profes-
fessor of German. from5 to 6 p.m., Room 1018, Angell sors Herbert F. Taggart, Earl S. Wol-
Hall. All interested are welcome. aver, and Dudley M. Phelps.
Social Directors, Sorority Chaper- The class is sponsored by Polonia Te professors are expected to leave
ons, Househeads, Undergraduate" Circle, and conducted by Stephen Christmas day or early the following
Women: Piatkowski. day.
The closing hour on Thursdayy
night, Dec. 20, is 10:30 p.m. Luncheon for Graduate Students St atd
at 12 o'clock in the Russian Tea D ei ands
Engineers: Tickets for the A.S.I/LE. Room of the Michigan League Build-
Roast will be on sale in the hall by ing. Prof. Max Handman, of the '~{e yjo ifi
Prof. Anderson's office in the West Economics Department, will speak in- Correc
} Engineering building until Wednes- formally on "Some Recent Economic
day noon, Dec. 19. Problems." I Locazards
Contemporary: Subscribers to Con- Varsity Band: Practice at 7:15 p.m.'
temporary should call for their copies The following men will bring mack- In a letter received yesterday by
at stands in University Hall and An- inaw numbers: Klein, Luecht, Mor- Ezra Shoecraft ,president of the Ann
Hall Magazines will be issued row, Richards, Krell, Hathaway, and Arbor Board of Education, imme-
gel a.gdiate correction of dangerous condi-
u_____da ___ge.__ tions in the Ann Arbor High School
Contemporary -Manuscripts sub-' National Student League meets at Building which make the structure
mitted for the first issue will be re- 8 p.m. in Room 304, at the Union. A Samuel Robinson, assistant state fire
turned at 2218 Angell Hall, from 2 to report will be given on the Michigan msl.
5 p.m. today. Youth Congress, and a delegate will Following an inspection of the
be elected to the American Youth b
Conres inWasinton Ja. 4and5.building by an inspector from the
Congress in Washington, Jan. 4 and 5. state fire marshal's office, Assistant
Events Today All interested are invited'..farshlsofcedAdsisr-n
Marshal Robinson recommended cer-
Research Club will meetinromtamnchanges in the building to be
2528 East Medical Building at 8 p.m.' D?2 Event made under the direction of Fire
The following papers will be pre-L1 Chief Charles Andrews and others.
sentedg:- Chemistry Faculty: There will be a rTrhe letter suggestedsthe installa-
"An Old Bohairic Letter in the Mi- meeting of the faculty in Room 212, ention of a sprinkler system over the
chigan Collection," by Professor W. i Chemistry Building, on Thursday, entire building, fire escapes, removal
H. Worrell. (Dec. 20, at 4 p.m. of scaffolding on stairways and rub-
"The Use of Evidence Unreason- bish in the basement, as well as sev-
ably Secured," by Professor J. B. Geology Journal Club will meet ea. other precautions.d
Waite. Thursday from 7 to 8 p.m., Room Otto W. Haisley, superintendent of
A meeting of the Council will be 4054 N. S. The program consists of schools, stated that the board of edu-
catin hs alayscompiedwith
held at 7:30 p. m. reviews of journals by T. S. Jones cation has always complied with
and "The Geology of South Africa" recommendations from the state fire
Chemical Engineering Seminar: H. by H. F. Donner. inspection bureau in safety measuresy
C. Sung will be the speaker' at the but at present is hampered seriously
Seminar at 4 p.m. in room 3201 E. Observaitory Journal Club will by a curtailed budget.
Eng. Bldg. on the subject, "Distillate meet at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 20, Superintendent Haisley added, "I
Yields and Their Rates of Formation in the Observatory lecture room. Paul am sensitive to the need of improve-
in Oil Cracking." D. Jose will review the article "Space ments to this building which is 30
Reddening in the Galaxy from the years old, but with our present finan-
Alpha Nu meets at 7:30 p.m. in the Colors of 733 B-Stars" by Stebbins cial situation, I do not know what.
Alpha Nu rooms, fourth floor Angell and Huffer. Tea will be served at 4. solution can be found. Naturally we:
Hal. The final debate in the pledge want to do everything possible to
hhlrt i k P f-f A HT Whit f make the building safe for classes."

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FOR SALE: Raccoon coat, size 40.
In good condition, $50. J. A. Kerr,
622 University Place, Grosse Pointe
City, Mich. Tel. Niagara, 9 390.
20
LOST AND FOUND
LOST: Small silver Waltham wrist
watch, bracelet attached, near Ro-
mance Language Bldg. Reward. Call
Steiner, 2-2591. 22
WANTED
STUDENTS to work for board during
holiday. Pretzel Bell. 25
WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NE'W
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
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A weird story of having been drugged by Alvin Karpis (right),
wanted for the kidnaping of Edward Bremer, Si. Paul banker, was told
by Alfred Geonia (left), when he was arrested by Joliet, 111.; officials.
Search for Karpis was renewed in Illinois on the strength of Geonia's
tale, although authornties were prone to lend it little credence.
Painter Georie Lutz eveals

46 Years Of
By RALPH W. HURD
Forty-six years ago the campus of
the University of Michigan was1
lined with board walks which the
students tore up annually on Hallo-1
ween night. Forty-six years ago foot-
ball was being introduced to the
University, and a center of attraction
for students and townspeople was
found in the fair grounds, located
at Forest and Hill streets.
Forty-six years ago there were six
buildings on the campus; a museum
that is now called the Romance
Language building; Haven, alland
University'Hall, shiningly new; a
library; a chemistry building which
is known today as the Pharmacology
building; and a small wooden struct-
ure on the present site of the Clem-
ents Library, which was called the
engineering school.l
Joined B. & G. Squad
Forty-six years ago George Lutz1
was given a job in the buildings and
grounds department by President
James B. Angell. For forty-six years
he has watched the pageantry of life,
a never-ending procession of learned
professors and considerably less-
learned students, that has passed
through the University.
He has known intimately every
president of the University since the
time of Angell. Back in 1921 he was
I sitting in his favorite place in the
Rotary Club, when Marion Leroy
Burton, then president of the Uni-
versity, came up and sat beside him.
The man who nominated Calvin
Coolidge for president of the United
States put his arm around George
Lutz and said, "George, I like you".
Has Watch From Council
The 76-year-old man, still working
quietly and humbly at his painting
trade in the buildings and grounds
department, says today, "I'll remem-
ber that all of my life." Also cherished
among his possessions is a watch
presented him for sixteen years serv-
ice on the Common Council of Ann
Arbor. He was a member of the Coun-
cil from 1907 to 1923.
George Lutz is gifted with a photo-
graphic memory, and forty-six years
in the University have not blurred the
outlines of the kaleidoscopic picture
which he retains of campus life. He
still remembers that in 1868, when he
1935 License Plates
Are Due By Jan. 1
All persons drawing a salary from
the University must obtain their 1935
Michigan automobile license plates by
Jan. 1, Chief William J. Fohey, head
of the Ann Arbor police force, an-
nounced yesterday.
Chief Fohey cited a state law requir-
ing all persons drawing money from
a state institution to have Michigan
licenses. w
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F University Life
was studying in the Un:on school[
of Ann Arbor, corresponding to the
present high school, that there was_
a population of 8,920 in Ann Arbor-
that in 1870 the University proudly
announced it had attained an enroll-
ment of 1,000.
When anyone wants to find out
something which has happened on
the campus sometime in the last
fifty years, he is invariably told to
"go see George". When questioned,
"George" will tell you "who taught
general linguistics in 1898," or "when1
that incident took place in which
students put a cow in the office of the
Dean of the Medical School.
Recalls Body Snatching
He recalls the time, back in the
'80's, when 'Doe' Nagele was janitor
of the old medical building. It befell
upon 'Doc' to see that the students
had a sufficient supply of cadavers,
and he was the innocent participator
in the last case of "body snatching"
at the University.
Lutz was sweeping out the Library
one night when he saw two strange
men drive furiously up to the door of
the medical building in a horse and
buggy outfit, with some dark bundle
lying bteween them. One of the men
clambered out, hoisted the bundle
over his shoulder, and rushed through
the door. The other layed a whip
on the horse, and 'vanished into the
night.
His curiosity aroused, Lutz went
down to see what was up. As he was
approaching the medical building,
the local sheriff drove up to the door,
in as much haste as the strangers.
"Have you seen a couple of men carry-
ing a dead body around here?" he
l asked the astonished Lutz. Before
the latter could answer, the sheriff
strode into the building.
Recovering from his surprise, Lutz
followed the sheriff through the door.
He saw the officer trying to "snatch"
the dead body of a man away from
Doc Nagele, who was volubly protest-
ing that he had just bought the body
as a new cadaver for the medical
school.
Body Gained
The sheriff regained the body.
As the story later came out, the
two culprits, who were finally caught,
had uncovered a grave in Adrian.
They removed the dead body, and
tarted te long trek back to campus,
their elation over their "find" prob-
ably conflicting with certain olfactory
sensations arising from the presence
of their strangely silent and inert
companion. Somehow the sheriff got
wind of the affair, the arm of the
law reached out, and the sanctity of
the dead was once more restored.
All the lore of 46 years of campus
life, all the traditions of the Univer-
sity of Michigan, all the fads and
foibles of undergraduate life are the
property of George Lutz.
"Go see George," they'll tell you.
ICHIGAN
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in the first Military Musical
"Flirtation
|Shows at 2 - 3:30 - 7 - 9

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Merry Christmas and a Happy New
Year. All-wool made-to-measure
suits, overcoats or topcoats. S. K.
Freymore, Ann Arbor, Mich. 26
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
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
NASH-Custom Tailored clothes.
Measured by C. Krug, expert tailor.
Office 214 E. Washington. Phone
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T wenty Years Ago
From the Daily files of
December 19, 1914
Albert Lindquist and Miss Lenora
Allan, both of the School of Music,
will give a concert in Hill Auditorium
next month in place of Busoni, the
pianist, who is detained in Europe on
account of the war. The 'proceeds of
this Choral Union program are to go
to the Belgians.
Several students and faculty men
escaped serious injury in the mechan-
ical engineering laboratory, when the
base of a gas engine was burst by an
explosion.
Health Service officials expressed
themselves as confident that danger
of a diphtheria epidemic was rapidly
passing. No new cases have been dis-
covered since two students were found
to be suffering from the disease.
Deans M. E. Cooley, V. C. Vaughan,
and J. R. Effinger will have charge
of civil service examinations to deter-
mine the mental and physical fitness
of candidates for West Point and
Annapolis..
Dr. Charles Dunlop, who left the
University early last fall to join the
British army, and who is assigned to
hospital duty in England, has sent the
University several photographs and
letters of hospital conditions there.
LEAGUE TRIO SINGS
The League trio, Maxine Maynard,
35, Jean Seeley, '36, and Mary Morri-.
son,'35, sang Monday night at a ban-
quet given by Watling, Lerchen and
Hayes, Detroit Broker Co.

Meyer Cites
Developments
In Diffraction
Discusses Recent Work Of
Thomson In Field Of
Electron Theory
Speaking before the Physics Collo-
quium Tuesday, Prof. Charles F.
Meyer of the physics department
stressed the importance of recent de-
velopmnents in the field of electron
diffraction.
In propounding the theory of elec-
tron diffraction, Professor Meyer dis-
cussed the experiments of Davisson
and Germer which were conducted in
April, 1925. These physicists allowed
a stream of electrons to bombard a
crystal with the result that a well-
defined stream of electrons was dif-
fracted in a given direction. This di-
rection could be determined by the
velocity of electrons and the structure
of the crystal.
The speaker also cited the work of
'G. P. Thomson and S. Kikuchi along
the line of electron diffraction.
Thomson, he said, shot a stream of
electrons through a thin film and
then photographed the steam. The
photographic pattern was in con-
centric circles, the material of the
film determining the space between
the circles, he said.
Another important development
along this line, Professor Meyer stat-
ed, was the electron microscope. This
is used to take pictures of objects
giving off electrons.

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Quareraec : ro . . wnu, vi
the Department of Chemical Engi-
neering, will speak on the subject,
"Sea Water as a Corrosive Agent"
at a meeting at the Union, Thursday,
jDec. 20, at 7:30 p.m.
Cercle Francais: There will be no
meeting this week. There will be a
meeting Thursday, Jan. 10,. at the
League.
Varsity and Waiting List Glee
Clubs: A special rehearsal will be held
Thursday, Dec. 20, at 7 p.m., at the
Glee Club Rooms in the Union. Re-
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For the past twenty years Michigan students have supplemented
their education with our practical training.

hearsal will be from 7 to 8:30 p.m.,
so please be prompt.
Polonia Circle regular meeting on
Thursday, 7:30 p.m., at the Michigan
League.
The Lutheran Student Club will
go caroling on Thursday evening at
7 o'clock. They will leave from the
Trinity Lutheran Church on Wil-
liams St. A party will follow the
singing.
Billiard Exhibition: Prof. Carver,
of the Mathematics Department, will
play James Caras, runner-up for the
World's Championship in Pocket Bil-
liards in 1933. Michigan Union to-
morrow from 7 to 9 p.m.
Officers Are Elected
By Historical Society
Meeting Monday in the University
Museums, the Washtenaw Historical
Society elected its officers for the
coming year.
H. Wirt Newkirk was named presi-
dent. and Mrs. W. W. Beman was
elected vice president. Miss Geneva
Smith. secretary of the museums, was
elected secretary-treasurer, and Dr.
Carl Guthe, director of the Anthro-
pology Museum, was named to the
board of directors. Dr. Guthe was
president of the society from the time
cf its organization in 1929 until last
summer.
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characterized trading in today's stock
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