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

Preparing For Silent Saar Vote


W IE VOL. XLV No. 78
S Women Students: Any applications
for a change of residence for the sec-
nd semester must be made to Miss
Jeannette Perry, Assistant Dean of
Women, Barbour Gymnasium, before
noon of Saturday, Jan. 12, and house-
heads must be notified by that date.
iMsature Swamped By According to contracts no changes of
residence can be approved after that
Tax Reform Proposals date. Juniors and seniors in the Uni-
LNSING, Jan. '9 -(A)- A flood of versity dormitories may be released
tax nd onsGiaJionp)Aoodalsfrom their contracts to live in sorority
tax and consolidation proposals houses.
ged the legislature today as both ___.___ -
es were fully organized for busi- Women Students: Any student now
for the first time. in residence who will not be in col-
te proposals ranged from a revival lege the second semester, whether
e biennial income tax issue to a because of graduation or other reason,
e for a 10 per cent amusement is requested to notify the director of
Consolidation of tax and rev- her residence as soon as possible.
banking and insurance, and deannette Prry .
tor-general and accounting divis- stanteanefry e
were demanded in other bills Assistant Dean of Women
'ed in both sides of the legislature.
cluded in the large batch of bills Chairmen of Senior Commence-
duced during the day were sev- ment Invitation Committee: An im-
administration proposals. A portant meeting will be held at 7:30
p of election reform measures, p.m., Thursday, Jan. 10, in Room 2,
ired by the recent recount wars, University Hall.
e their way into the legislature. W. B. Rea,
iairman Vernon J. Brown, of the Auditor of Student Organization
se taxation committee, offered a-
reating a three-member stagger- Mechanical Engineering Seniors
ommission on tax and revenue & Graduate Students: If you have
:h would assume all the collection not filled out a personnel record
es of the state tax commission, card and presented your 4x6 picture,
state board of tax administration please do it in the immediate future.
the weight and gasoline tax divis- H. C. Anderson
'of the department of state. Gov-
r Fitzgerald, in his opening mes- Badminton - Women Students:
to the legislature, urged this last Women students entered in the
olidation. A similar bill which singles tournament are asked to play
ld abolish the state tax commis- off their first game as soon as pos-
and transfer its functions to the sible. Courts are available on Mon-
s tax board was introduced by days at 4:15, Wednesdays from 1:00
ator Lee A. Gorman, Democrat, to 4:00 and Saturday mornings from
etroit. 8:00 to 11:00.
siness Supports NRA Contemporary: All uncalled for
P F' At M etin manuscripts may be had at Mr. Web-
Price Fixing At Meeting ster's office, 2218 A.H. Friday, Jan.
ASHINGTON, Jan. 9-(P)-Busi- 11, from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
men today vigorously defended
e fixing and control at an NRA League of Nations Petitions are*
ting whose attendance recalled availale in Room 4 of University
days of code making under Hugh Hall. These petitions request our
ohnson. government to state the terms under
pproximately 2,000 crowded into which the United States could be-
Department of Commerce audi- come a member of the League of Na-
um for the first of a series of tions and have been endorsed by New-
rings expected to shape NRA ton D. Baker, Mr. Wickersham, Ray-
cy and legislation. mond D. Fosdick, and others. Every
t the outset the business men American citizen of voting age can
e told that, unless industry could sign. This is the petition that was
e differently, the NRA would re- read by Prof. Preston Slosson at the
-e most price control from codes. recent lecture on war, given by Dr.
Clay William~s, head of NRA's Francis Onderdonk.
tinistrative board, declared the
very organization would follow Presidents of Student Organiza-
course. Other officials indicated Lions should report the names, titles
rust of price control devices. and class of all officers to the Dean
be answer that came back from of Students, Room 2, University Hall
floor, where more than 100 busi- not later than Jan. 19. The follow-
executives were given an oppor- ing are the names of student organi-
ty to speak in a session that car- zations as listed in the Office of the
on tonight, was that price fixing Dean of Students. Any organization
desirable. Some, however, lam- which does not furnish the required
ed the practice. information in writing by Jan. 19 will
a a letter to Williams, Alfred be considered no longer in existence.
yes, executive officer in charge Any active organization not listed
the automobile manufacturers should apply for official recognition
, declared that "by unanimous at once.
" the directors of the automobile J. A. Bursley,
iufacturers association had op- Dean of Students
d "continuation of trade practice Acolytes
risions in any code of their com- Adelphi
tion where the direct or indirect Alpha Alpha Gamma
ctive is price fixing, price main- Alpha Delta Sigma
nee, or production control," add- Alpha Epsilon Mu
that "lOwer costs and lower prices Alpha Kappa Delta7
ease volume and hence employ- Alpha Lambda Delta
it." Alpha Nu1
{ Alpha Omega Alpha
American Society of Mechanical
;portant LegislationEnier
Engineers ;
Delayed By Congress Anthropological Club
Architectural Society
ongressmovinArmenian Students Association
Congess moing t asnal's Athena
e compared with the initial "New A
1" assembly, today completed its Bavuka
w wsithyoutaybillpssedand Band, University of Michigan
wekwtou ilpasdad Barristers Society
1 organization still incomplete. Beta Gamma Sigma
urther, Speaker Byrns indicated BetacmaSga

President's $4,880,000,000 relief O
Botanical Journal Club
;ram, originally scheduled to be Chi Delta Phi!
ted through to final passage Chinese Students Club
ad of other. major legislation, Choral Uniont
Id be delayed probably two weeks Circolo Italiano
he House. Senate action also may Classical Journal Club
ire a fortnight. Clic n
hile the Senate marked time in
Comedy Club
ss today its foreign relations C dyolitanClub1
mittee voted for American ad-
Delta Omicron
nee to the World Court with Delta Sigma Pi
rvations. S e n a t e Democratic Delta Sigma Rho
er Robinson, however, declined Druidsi
ay when it would be taken up Engineering Council
consi4eration other than that Engineering Honor Committee '
rould be when he thought the Eta Sigma nPh
ie is opportune." Forestry Club
miy minor business is scheduled Frestry rai Club
n tlSe ausi s eFreshman Dramatic Club
n the Senate reconvenes tomor- Galens!
that branch there is no sched- German Club
program for the remainder of Glee Club, University of Michigan
he President's special message on Glider Club, University of MichiganI
social security program. Even the Graduate Outing Club7
ate audit and control corittee, Hillel Foundation

Hillel Players
Interfraternity Council
Junior Mathematics Club
Junior Research Club
Kappa Phi
Kappa Phi Sigma
Kappa Tau Alpha
Latim-American Society
Lawyers Club
Le Cercle Francais
Lcs Voyageurs
Mathematical Society
Michigan Co-Operative Boarding
Michigan Daily
Michigan Law Review
Michigan League
Michigan Technic
Michigan Union
Mummers Dramatic Society
Mu Phi Epsilonf
National Student League
Newman ClubI
Omicron Kappa Upsilon
Pan-hellenic Council
Phi Beta Kappaj
Phi Delta Kappa
Phi Eta Sigma
Phi Kappa Phi
Phi Lambda Upsilon

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Idone in our own shop by experi-
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Philological Society
Phi Sigma
Physical Education Association
Physics Colloquium
Pi Lambda Theta
Pi Tau Pi Sigma
Play Production
Political Science Journal Club
Polonia Literary Circle
Rho Chi
Rifle Club
Rochester-Michigan Club
Romance Journal Club
Scabbard and Blade
Scalp and Blade
Scouting Fraternity
Senior Society
Sigma Alpha Iota
Sigma Delta Chi
Sigma Delta Phi
Sigma Rho Tau
Sigma Xi
Sociedad Hispanica
Sociedad Latina Americana
Society of Industrial Engineers
Spanish Club
Stanley Chorus
Stalker Hall
Student Christian Association
Symphony Orchestra
Tau Beta Pi
Tau Sigma Delta
Theta Sigma Phi
Transportation Club
Undergraduate Council
University Oratorical Association
Vanguard Club
Web and Flange
Women's Athletic Association
Young Democrats Club
Academic Notices
Geology 11: Bluebook Monday, Jan.
14, at the lecture hour. A-M (Incl.)
in Science Auditorium; N-Z in Room
103 Romance Language Bldg.
Reading Examinations in French:
Candidates for the degree of Ph.D.
in the departments listed below who
wish to satisfy the requirement of a
reading knowledge during the current
academic year, 1934-35, are informed
that examinations will be bffered in
Room 108, Romance Language Build-
ing, from 9 to 12, on the following
Saturday mornings: Jan. 19, May 18,
and Aug. 10. It will be necessary for;
the January examinationto register
at the office of the Department of
Romance Languages (112 R.L.) no
later than ,Monday, Jan. 14. Lists of
books recommended by the various
departments are obtainable at this
It is desirable that candidates for
the doctorate prepare to satisfy this
requirement at the earliest possible
date. A brief statement of the na-
ture of the requirement, which will
be found helpful, may be obtained
at the office of the Department, and
further inquiries may be addressed
to Mr. L. F. Dow (100 R.L., Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 10 to 11).
This announcement applies to can-
didates inthe following departments:
Ancient and Modern Languages and
Literatures, History, Economics, So-
ciology, Political Science, Philosophy,
Education, Speech.

FINANCE CO. offers bargains in re
possessed and repurchased cars
Many 1934 cars with low mileag
included. We will trade and &xtenc
convenient terms. Open evenings
311 W. Huron. Ph. 2-3267. lox

-Associated Press Photo.
A rigid set of ten commandment.; to force impetuous Hitlerites into
iron-bcund silence during the January 13 plebiscite in the Saar was laid
down by the League of Nations governing commission. Clerks in the
city hall at Saarbreuken are shown checking the ballot lists and regis-
tration of voters, some of whom were disqualified for "talking out of
turn" during preliminary balloting.

*:* TH'E SCREN ,"

League at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Baker is a Condon Reveals Origin
dynamic speaker who belongs to the N' ' AT M T
Beecher family made famous by Of Nickname 'Jafsie' AT THE MAJESTIC
Henry Ward Beecher. These lectures DOUBLE FEATURE
are sponsored by the Baha'i Study Dr. John F. Condon himself orig-
Group and are of vital interest. The inat d his famous nickname, "Jafsie." "I SELL ANYTHING"
public is cordially invited. He first used it when inserting no-*L
__tices in the want ad column of The A First National picture featuring Pat
Bronx Home News offering his serv- O'Brien, Claire Dodd, Ann Dvorak, Rus-
Events Today ices as negotiator between the kid- sell Hopton, and Roscoe Karns.
Applied Mechanics Colloquium: H. napers of the Lindbergh baby and the , "I Sell Anything" is by far the bet-
M. Hansen - "New Slope Deflection Lildberghs. teir picture of a mediocre double bill
Equation." L. C. Maugh - Review In explaining why he used this ( weakened by "Have a Heart," which is
of Literature. Meeting will be in name, Dr. Condon once said: Ieakhn py de as e "her
Room 445 West Engineering Building, "it sounds like my initials (J.F.C.) perhaps aptly described as the "other'
at 7:30 p.m. All interested are cor- if you say them hurriedly." show." Pat O'Brien,, well cast as a
dially invited to attend. - bumptious, fast-talking auctioneer
plans for the next term. Every mem- blessed .with what Broadway calls the
Observatory Journal Club meets at ber is urged to attend. "gift of gab," at length discovers him-
4:15 p.m. in the Observatory lecture - self wohot at selling worthless mer-
room. Dr. R. M. Petrie will speak Merit System Committee: Impor- chandise to suckers that he decides
on the topic of Stellar Colour Temp- portant meeting at 5 p.m. in the Un- I
eratures and the Absorption Coeffi- dergraduate Offices of the League. to abandon Second Avenue and move
cient. Tea will be served at 4:00. up into the Fifth Avenue swim where
Senior Society: Pictures to be tak- the only difference is that "the suck-



Geology Journal Club meeting at
7 p.m. in Room 3065 N.S. Program:
Brief reviews by A. McNair, I. Young,
P. Long, and J. Maebius. Twenty+
minute papers by K. Gorton and L.


Junior Mathematical Society meet-
ing at 8 p.m., Room 3212 Angell Hall.
All interested are welcome.
Varsity Glee Club: Meeting at.7:30
p.m. for the regular Varsity Club.
Please be prompt.
Circle Francais meeting today in
the League. Mrs. Charles Koella will
sing, and Marc Denkinger will speak
informally about his student expe-
riences in Switzerland. The newest
members are especially invited to at-
Sigma Delta Chi: Supper meeting
at 6:15 p.m., the Union. Speaker:
Arthur W. Stace, managing editor of
the Ann Arbor Daily News, for 11
years managing editor of the Grand
Rapids Press, and long a special writ-
er for the Booth Newspapers.
Black Quill meets at 8 p.m., Mich-I
igan League. There will be a pro-
gram and important plans to discuss.
Polonia Circle will meet for the last
time this semester in regular session,
7:30 p.m., Michigan League.
Publicity Committee of the Mich-
igan League meets at 4:15 in the Un-
dergraduate Office of the League to
make reports for the semester and


en at 4:45, at Dey's Studio. ers have more money." Here the wily
Claire Dodd, who seems very nearly
Professor Marshall Byrn will ad- the prettiest of all Hollywood, leads
dress .Allied Youth at Lane Hall at him away from the less "classy" Ann
7:30 p.m. Announcement will be Dvorak and into a crooked auctioneer-
made of the next party. Membership ing deal which involves artificially
is open to anyone 14 to 21 years of worm-holed furniture, 1935-model
age who believes in clean, temperate Louis XIV bedsteads, and similar de-
living. lightful art treasures.
This latest work of Pat O'Brien,
Coming Events with its nebulae of near-stars, will be
found fast, entertaining, even a little
English Journal Club will meet in revealing, but assuredly not outstand-
the League Friday, Jan. 11. Business ing. Good shots: (1) the antique fac-
meeting at 4 p.m. Program open to tory (2) O'Brien when he finds him-
the public at 4:15 p.m. General sub- self "taken" for $4,950.

Starring Jean Parker, and featuring
James Dunn, Una Merkel, and Stuart
Pollyanna! Black BeaQ'r! Tom
Swift and Andy Foger! Starlet Jean
Parker had a bad ooe picked for her
on this occasion. Suffice it to say that
the average adult can "call" exactly
to the word any number of lines in
"Have a Heart," and the sequence of
events is truly a giveaway from the
outset. Little censure should be levied
against Miss Parker for an uninspir-
ing performance in such a studio pot-
Redeeming features: (1) The ac-
complished work of Stuart Erwin in
the male comedy role and (2) a new
twist to a horse-race, in which Stuart's
henna-rinse ex-steeplechaser has an
astonishing mishap.
8 30 to 10:30
the huimTO
NOW PLAYING Matinees 30c
2 First-Run Features Evenings 40c
He could, and did, sell anything
from the library to the post office
Laugh star of "Here Comes the Navy"
Roscoe Karns - Ann Dvorak
Showing at 2 - 4: 45 - 7 :13 - 9:58
and in addition
Ycvi Loved ITher in "Little Women"
Showing at 3:23-8.23


ject: Recent Chaucer Scholarship.
Phi Delta Kappa Initiation and
I Banquet, Friday, Jan. 11, 4 o'clock.
Genesee Club: Regular meeting in
the Union on Sunday, Jan. 13, at 4:30
p.m. Room number will be posted.
Presbyterian Students and Their
Friends: "Group X" Mystery Party
will be held Friday evening. See "Joe
the Appleman" at the corner of May-
nard and Liberty Streets for further
directions between 8:15 and 8:45 p.m.
Friday. Admission 15 cents.
Special Dancing
' Class Tonight
8:00 - 9:00
Free Dancing 9:00-10:00
Wuerth Th. Ph. 9695
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