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VOL. XLV No. 74
The Au'tomobile Regulation will be
lifted for the Christmas vacation per-
iod beginning at 12 noon on Friday,
Dec. 21, and ending on Monday morn-
ing, Jan. 7, at 8 a.m.
W. B. Rea,
Assistant to the Dean of StudentsI

Huey Grins As Disciple Performs


Mrs. Major Hung After

The meeting of the Undergraduate
Council was called to order by the
It was brought to the attention of
the Council that the chairman from
the engineering school for the Sopho-
mere Prom had appointed five men
instead of two. It was decided that
this matter be referred to the Engi-
ne-ring Council and decided by them.
The president read a letter from
Mr. Bursley containing a report from
the Committee on Student Affairs
and asking that the Undergraduate'
Council find all possible suggestions
for a Union plan and from these de-
rive the final plan. R was also asked
that this report be presented to the!
Committee on Student Affairs by
Feb. 1.
It was suggested by the President
that a form of letter be sent to all
organizations on campus asking them
for their ideas and suggestions and
Another suggestion was that an
open forum be held where all organi-
zations would be represented any that

Appeal To King Fails
HULL, England, Dee 19. - () - University Libraries:
On Dec. 24 and on Dec. 31 the Uni-
After appeals to the King and Queen versity Libraries will be closed for the
had failed, Mrs. Ethel Lille Major, ofrerai repairs, wrig
gaunt forty-two-year-old mother of purpose
of floors .nd cleaing.

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lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
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North Main. 7x
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one or two people. The Haunted
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two children, was hanged today at
Hull Prison.
A black flag was hoisted over the
penitentiary when she went to her
death, the first woman to be executedr
in England in eight years. Until theI
end she maintained that she was in-
nocent of the charge of murdering
her husband by poison. Three hun-1
dred curious persons idly milled about
outside the prison.
Yevtich To Try Forming
Jugoslavian Cabinet
BELGRADE, Dec. 19. - W) - Bo-
golyub Yevtich, popular hero of the
recent Jugoslav-Hungarian debate at3
Geneva, today assumed the task of+
providing his country with a new cab-
Prince Paul, head of the regency,
instructed M. Yevtich to organize aj
government of national concentra-
tion, giving as widespread representa-
tion as possible to the disperse ele-
ments which compose the Serb-Croat--
Slovene state.
3 Business Leaders Ask
New Deal Compromise
Va., Dec. 19. - (P))- America's cap-
tains of commerce tonight came to
the Roosevelt administration in a
spirit of conciliation, but, none the
less firmly stand several reservations
on, and conservative recommenda-
tions for, the New Deal as the way to
end the depression.
The executives, 90 of therm, joined
as a "business conference fb r recov-
ery," resolved after a bitter dispute
over labor which had developed in a
three-day fight, that industry should
voluntarily ask for labor provisions
to protect wages and hours but should
not be required to fix them by law.
Congressional Message To
Be Delivered In Person
WASHINGTON, Dec. 19 - P) -
President Roosevelt determined to-
day to withhold all hint of this win-
ter's plans until Congress convenes,
and simultaneously, there were signs
that he would seek a psychological
advantage by delivering his first mes-
sage in person.
At the Capitol it was disclosed that
preparations are being made to re-
ceive the President either on the first
or second day of Congress. The Sev-
enty-fourth Congress convenes two
weeks from tomorrow.
The program on social, relief, pub-
lic works and budgetary legislation
today was virtually complete but the
President was guarding its details
Townsend Club Is
Forrnmd At Meeting
An Ann Arbor Townsend Club was
organized yesterday as the result of
a mass meeting held Tuesday night
S in the court house.
The new officers, as announced by
A. M. Wade, Michigan field represen-
tative of the Townsend movement,
are as follows: president, Dwight But-
ler; vice-president, Mrs. Flora Ogden;
secretary-treasurer, Mrs. E. L. Bis-
Besides Mr. Wade, the meeting was
addressed by Thomas Faussett, edi-
tor of Tomorrow; Lucius Wilson, na-
tionally prominent political econo-
mist; and the Rev. W. F. Jerome,
mayor of Dexter and president of the
Dexter Townsend Club. The move-
ment,, which is supposed to return
prosperity by retiring all men over
60 on a $200 a month pension, was
explained to the some 150 persons

The attendants at the weekly
luncheon meeting for graduate stu-
dents, held yesterday in the Russian
Tea Room at the Michigan League
Building, heard an informal talk by
Prof. Max S. Handman of the eco-
nomics department on "Some Re-
cent Economic Problems."

V1 1111V~~~~o, 1 'G~ll
Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian
University broadcasting: 9:15-10:45
a. m. Laboratory program for Speech
Department class.
2:00-2:30 p. m. Language series.
Topic, "The Pronunciation of Ger-
man," Edmund Wild, Associate Pro-
fessor of German.
10:00-10:30 p. m. Informal discus-
sion of "The Coming Election and
The Situation in the Saar," James K.
Pcllock, Professor of Political Science.
Bronson-Thomas Prize in Ger-
man: Value $50. Open to all under-
graduate students in German. Award-
ed on the results of an examination
and essay. Subjects for 1935: Ex-
amination: Life and Works of Gott-
fried Keller; Essay tin English or
German) Gottfried Keller as a Writ-
er of "Novellen." The examination
will be held on April 5, by which time
the essays must be handed in.
J. W. Eaton
Social Directors, Sorority Chaper-
ons, Househeads, Undergraduate
The closing hour on Thursday
night, Dec. 20, is 10:30 p.m.
Events Today
Chemistry Faculty: There will be a
meeting of the faculty in Room 212,
Chemistry Building, at 4 p.m.
Observatory Journal Club will
meet at 4:15 p.m. in the Observatory
lecture room. Paul D. Jose will review
the article "Space Reddening in the
Galaxy from the Colors of 733 B-
Stars" by Stebbins and Huffer. Tea
will be served at 4.
Quarterdeck: Prof. A. H. White, of
the Department of Chemical Engi-
neering, will speak on the subject,
"Sea Water as a Corrosive Agent"
at a meeting at the Union, Thursday,
at 7:30 p.m.
Varsity and Waiting List Glee
Clubs: A special rehearsal will be held
at 7 p.m., at the Glee Club Rooms in
the Union. Rehearsal will be from
7 to 8:30 p.m., so please be prompt.
Hillel Foundation: The usual Thurs-
day afternoon tea will not be held
this week.
At 8:00 p.m., Dr. Raphael Isaacs
will lead his class in the "Jew in
Science" at the Foundation.
Billiand 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 from
7:30 to 9:00 p.m.
Coming Events
Students Frm Rochester, N.Y.:
The Genesee Club is sponsoring a
dance in Rochester on Wednesday,
Dec. 26, for all University of Mich-
igan students from Rochester and
their friends. For further information
call Richard Hardenbrook, 2-3466.
Pollock To Speak
Over WJR Tonight
Professor James K. Pollock of the
political science department, who
was recently appointed president of a
district election board for the Saar
Plebiscite, will talk on the problem
and the coming election of the Saar
in a radio address at 10 p.m. tonight
over Station WJR, to be broadcast
from Morris Hall.

This talk is particularly significant
because Professor Pollock is the only
American appointed to serve on a
Saar election board, He is expected to
discuss the peculiar electoral problems
and give a brief description of the
Saar Basin.


Sone person from each give a short
talk on what plan they considered
best; the talks to be followed by a P
discussion. Each of the plans was to
be handed in to the Undergraduate
{Wt .Council. All persons interested would
...?..z ".. w.be permitted to attend.
SPresident read suggested form for
( .e=a r c fPncto. letter. These letters are to be sent
Sen. luey P. (Kin ih) i ng (D n La.) tarhs as his ior leader, to organizations and to be printed in I
,[in Guillory, addiecAd (hr wnr:s Lusiana' Ythird szpecial legislative coupon form in The Daily in order to L
Sesic. gets undeiway in the van of the Long juggernaut. A joker in one reach independent men. It was also
of the bills Long is pushing throuigh the a~sslbly places all the jobs of suggested that these letters be sent
to each independent man. Another
the school teachers in the stae at the whim cf a board cont iled by suggestion was that the independent-
Huyey- men be reached through the Union.
Another suggestion was that the
Council use a campus vote to checkr
lan AidsH osp tal with the opinion derived from both
Tahb .latin a SttionmAids oa independent and fraterty men
."*'o - .I was moved, seconded, and passed
ysicians ediwa ese4Irch that all votes in this Council be open
voting and these votes recorded. Thisc
motion was then amended to read ast
"University Hospital department of punched on punch c..rds. "Great cor- follows: "All votes to be open, withs
medical statistics. Cases of minimal relation of infomation is thus made total ayes and total nays to be re-s
tuberculosis according to age and possible," the physician remarked. ccided and individual names not to be
sex? Yes, doctor, we will send them "This can never take the place of mentioned. Vote: 11 ayes..i
up in a few minutes." laboratory research in any way,"Dr. Plan proposed:}
Thus in a few minutes the physi- Pollard explained. "We are simply 1. Publicize in Daily all impor-s
cian will have at his command the applying methods that have proven tant plans.
number of cases dealing with minimal successful in business research to 2. Send out letters to various or-t
tuberculosis classified according to medical research." ganizations asking opinions and ad-
age and sex, together with any sta- He said that in the case of a physi- ditional plans to be suggested.
tistical information relating to those ciait wishing to make use of labora- 3. Independent men to be con-
patients, through the services of the to y facilities, the curd system places tacted as far as possible.
Hospital tabulating station. the available information before him, 4. Letter to follow form of one
The punch-card tabulating system and the doctor can then narrow down read in meeting.
is not new. The Federal government the field of the research worker and It was next suggested that all in-
used it in 1890 for statistical work outline the general direction of the dependent men be contacted regard-
in the census of that year, and it has iWork to be done, as well as conclu- less of the expense so long as the
been employed by the University for sions that may be expected. budget was not over-expended.
educational purposes, under the direc- At the present time, Dr. Pollard re- It was also suggested that we take
ion of Vice-President Clarence S. marked, separate codes have been pre- cross-section of independent men
Yoakum, since 1922. pared for X-ray, pathoiogical, and -
Its use in the far-flung research in c hiiical diagnoses. He said that at the ma imr
medicine has only been made in the mresent timne they wore pr'eparing a
past few years, howeverr, Dr. H. Mar- ocie 0for all electrical heart tracings.
yin Pollard, medical stacistiekn in Adiacent to the tabulating station
cha.ge of the Hospital tabulating sia- w ere the punch-cards with their
Ition. said yesterday "Last spring, Dr. information and the srting machines
Earlky A. "Haynes, superintendent of ae ktpt in a doctor's study hall. Here,
the Hospital, appointed a committee he explained, records are available
composed of Drs. Fr i J. Hodges, to tie doctors at any tme of the day
chairman, John C. Bugher, Cyrus C. or night.
Sturgis, and Mr. George P. Bugbee to 'The system here is still in the ex-
investigate the punch card systems perimrental stage, in a way," Dr. Pol-
now in use in the New York City Hos- lard concluded, "and it is still too
pitals and at Mayo's, and then to or- early to make a statement concerning
ganize one here. In so doing they util- its ultimate success. Though the staff
ized some of the ideas already in use is showing great interest in the project
at Mayo's." and making use of it as fast as pos-
Dr. Pollard explained tagt, as wel sibie, it wil be another six months -
as from the two hospitals, a g cat deal betore an acctl'ate stimate can be, ,
of aid was obtained from the Uni- made."
versity tabulating station in setting up-
the one in the Hospital. It was in-
stalled July 1, and he ha been in' Screen Reflec ins
charge ever since. YULETIDE
"In the system in use here," D r. _Pola dta ed , "e ch c______i____________G R E T N G
atcand the operating surgeon is tT-£ AE~C R E IG
Pollard stated, "each diagnrosis. opel'-ATTE AESCG E IN S
given a code number. As soon as a* * "ONE NIGHT OF LOVE" To our many patrons we
Patient is discharged from the Hos- and "C AING extend the season's greet-
pital the ecmpleted record is sent to CHEATERS" lings, and wish you all-
tu Night of Lv~, a Columbiafgsanwihyul-
the coding department where the pa- p czure starng Grace Moore, with Tui- A
tient's registration number, age, sex, pio Carn iti, Lyle Tah ot, and Mona I A
Barrie, from the stecy by Dorothy A E
1Service, race, home, diagnoses, Opera-; speare .ai Charles Beala, an under
tions performed, and condition at the cron o Victor Schertzinger. CHRISTMAS .
time of discharge are coded." Wa 'aine hro Neaters" with Far
As soon as the information has: Thi is another case of a splendid
been coded, a master card is punched, I picture returning for a second engage-
and duplicate cards punched for each mert, one that is still fine in the bet- RAYMOND'S
diagnosis and operation, he expLined. ter part of motion picture art, and A
"The object is to facilitate obtain- j well worth seeing, if you missed it the PARISIAN BEAUTY
ing statistical information relating to first tinme it appeared in Ann Arbor. I
diagnoses and correlation of disease. The picture is, of course, "One Night SALON 4
We are thus enabled to prepare vast of Love" starring Miss Grace Moore.
amounts of information to aid the The other feature, "CCheating Cheat- Ph. 7353 406 East Liberty
staff in research." ers" would be far better off the pro- One Block West of Michigan
Dr. Pollard said that the system is grain entirely. Theatre1
employed extensively by the staff in ---C.A.E.
research. He explained that in work - ------- - ----_- _
on records they study the informationT
at hand and give each particular itemG TODAY THR
a coae number, then the resuts are SATURDAY

FINANCE CO. offers bargains in re-
possessed and repurchased cars
Many 1934 cars with low mileage
included. We will trade and extend

TF'en 1ty Y er%.Agf 0
From the Daily files of
December 20, 1914

convenient terms. open evenings;Peigatoofherenpls
u.I. Pending action of the egents, plans
311 W. Huron. Ph. 2-3267. l0x for the remodeling of University Hall
LOST AND FOUND iwith a view to the accommodt tion of
-- -T- A FOUND-- - theatricals, are under consid 4ation.
LOST: Boy's white-gold signet ring The alterations will be made to alftord
with yellow-gold initials "R.D.P.". a suitable place for the presentation
Lost near League Saturday, De- of oratorical association p1ay s,
cember 15. Reward. Phone 2-1156. Shakespearean readings, and similar
and not attempt to reach each one.
It was then moved, seconded, and Dr. Joseph Elliot, who was recently
passed that we send the form letterappointed to fill the vacancy left by
to the fraternities and other organi- I ap int o f the vaan E. by
ations and that there be inserted in ythe resignation of Dr. Warren E. For-
The Daily publicity on the proposed I sythe, will began his duties on the
plans and coupons for expression of health service staff the first of the
opinion, and that a cross-section of year.
the opinions of independent men be
secured through the S.C.A. Vote: Michigan has the best system of in-
six ayes and five nays. tramural athletics in the country, ac-
It was next suggested that all stor- cording to Intramural Director F. A.
ies in The Daily be put on the same Rowe, who recently returned from a
page an din the same form for each two week's tour of the larger col-
day. leges of the West. Intramural activi-
The meeting was adjourned byj ties here are being enjoyed by more
the president. than 1,500 students. Ohio State fol-
Mary Sabin, Secretary. lows with some 900.


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For Christmas Holidays





Congratulations, students! You need no longer
fear that your cellmate - in an unguarded
moment - will pawn your extra pair of pants
or hock your jewelry to raise the fare neces-
sary to go home Christmas. Greyhound's
excursion rates eliminate that danger.
This Christmas you can make the trip home
in a modern, comfortably-heated coach,
piloted by one of the finest drivers on Amer-
ican highways. Join in the good fellowship
aboard, or recline your deeply cushioned chair
to the most comfortable angle and let the miles
roll by unheeded. Greyhound's frequent
schedules enable you to leave almost as soon
as your last class is over -- and stay until the
last possible moment before you return.

DEC. 14 - JAN. I


Eastern Michigan Bus Depot JOHN BOLLOCK
116 West Huron St. Michigan Union
Phone 4209 Phone 4151

Parrot Restaurant
Phone 4636




Matinees 30c
Evenings 40c


Every form of dancing
Open 10 to 10. Terrac
Garden Studio. Wuerth
Theatre Bldg. Ph. 969


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