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T HE MICHIGAN DA I LY TUESAY, JANUAIL 22, 1i)3

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at the office of the A t :aant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

Snowplow Rescues Train And 14 Passengers

CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY
1, V.fft-~v ,

SLY 22, 1934
aY 22, 4Academic Notices

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General French Examinations (0),
Jan. 26, p.m., will take place in the
:ollowing rooms:
French I (morning classes); W.
Jal. Alum. M. Hall.
French 1 (afternoon classes); 1025
Angell Hall.
French 2; 1025 Angell Hall.
French 31; Nat. Science Auditor-

lum.
French 32; W. Physics Lect. Hall.
French 11, French 41, French 71;
.03 R. L. Building.
French 111, French 153; 205 Mason,
Hall.
French 112; W, Physics Lect. Hall.
General Spanish Examinations (Q),
Jan. 31, p.m., will take place in the
following rooms:
Spanish 1 (morning classes); Nat.
Science Auditorium.
Spanish 1 'afternoon classes); 2051
Mason Hall.
Spanish 2; Nat. Sience Auditor-

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103 R L.I

NOTICE

Concert
Graduation Recital:
Hazel Paalman, Contralto, assisted
by Jean Hoover, accompanist, will
give the following Graduation Reci-
tal, Thursday, Jan. 24, at 8:15 o'clock
in the School of Music Auditorium,
to which the general public is in-
vited:
Aria "di Polissena" from
"Radamisto". ............ Handel
"A Pastoral" from
"Rosalinda"............Veracini
"Verdi Prati" from "Alcina" .Handel
"Invocazione di Orfeo" from
"Euridice" .................. Pei
Beau Soir .................Debussy
Les Berceaux..............Faure
Bois Epais .......... ........ Lully
Le Miroir................Ferrari
Carnaval...............Fourdrain
Zueignung................Strauss
Die Mainacht.............Brahms
Liebesbriefchen..........Korngold
Sapphische Ode...........Brahms
Er Ist's....................Wolf
There Cried a Bird.........Sinding
The Fuchsia Tree .......... Quilter
The Seraglio's Garden......Sjogren
A Cyprean Woman.........Klein
Black Roses..............Sibelius
Events Today
Physics Colloquium: Dr. K. Thom-
son will speak on the "Spectographic
Analysis of Solutions" at 4:15 p.m.
Room 1041, East Physics Bldg. All
interested are cordially invited to at-
tend.
Romance Language Journal Club
meeting at 4:10 in Room 108 R.L.
Professor Rovillain will speak on "Les
Bigarures d'un Citoyen de Geneve -
1776-1777." A second paper entitled
"A Comparison of Corneille's 'Men-
teur' and Juan Ruiz de Alarcon's 'La
Verdad Sospechosa" will be read by
Mr. Prator.
Graduate students and others in-
terested are cordially invited.
Psychology Journal Club meets at
8:15 p.m. in Room 3126, Nat. Sc.
Bldg. Professor Werner will discuss
certain aspects of Gestalt Psychology.
All interested are invited to attend.
Adelphi House of Representatives
meets in its room at 7:30 p.m. Of-
ficers for the second semester will be
elected, and the House will then ad-
journ to the Union Taproom where
refreshments for the members will be
paid for by the newly elected officers.
All members should be present.
Alpha Kappa .Delta meeting at
8:15 o'clock at the home of Prof. R.
D. McKenzie, 841 Oakland. Profes-
sor Lowell J. Carr will speak about
the Michigan Juvenile Delinquency
Information Service.
Christian Science Organization:
There will be a meeting of this Or-
ganization tonight at 8 o'clock in the
Chapel of the Women's League Build-
ing. Students, alumni, and faculty
members of the University are cor-
dially invited to attend.
Tuesday Afternoon Play Reading
Section of the Faculty Women's Club:
Meets at 2:15, in the Alumnae Room
of the Michigan League.
Michigan Dames: The General
meeting of the Michigan Dames will
be held tonight at the League. The
Child Study Group will have charge
of the program.
Coming Events
Sigma Xi: Meeting at 8 p.m. on
h

This rotary snowplow, gnawing through drifts as deep as 12 feet,
pushed its way up dangerous mountain slopes to rescue 14 passengersr
and four crew members of a Denver and Rio Grande narrow gauge train,
which was snowbound in 10-foot drifts for many hours.
iT.HE SCRE EN +i
AT THE MICHIGAN the screen, re-entitled, "Biography
"BIOGRAPHY OF A BACHELOR of a Bachelor Girl" to provide the
GIRL" proper sexy insinuation and offer-
ing the less warmly appealing and
"Biorapy "theThetreGuid more remote Ann Harding as Mar-
hit which ran on Broadway for eight ion. Perhaps this is the oustanding 1
months with the blondly enticing Ina isakPrhapsthisceen in.
Claire in the lead role, now comes to mstakeo f the screen version.
______ ___ ________Throughout, the idea present itself
T.24 HillAuditor- that someone possessing a vitality
Thursday, Jan. r Street entrance comparable to Robert Montgomery's
Professor Earl V. Moore will give an should be in Miss Harding's place-
illustrated lecture on "The Scientific perhaps an actress like Myrna Loy,
Development of Musical Instru- or, of course best of all, Ina Claire
Develo herself. Toi be brief, and possibly too
mens. critically blunt, Miss Harding is too
Alpha Nu meets for election of of- lumbering to fit Marion. When she
ficers for the second semester Wed- is arch ,coy, gay or light, she is
nesday, Jan. 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the neither convincing or interesting.
Alpha Nu room, 4th floor Angell Hall. Naturally it is the easiest thing in
This will be the last meeting of the the world for Robert Montgomery to
semester. outshine the remainder of the cast.
Montgomery plays the part of a
Sigma Rho Tau: Regular weekly young magazine editor, not a little
meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 bitter and discouraged over what he
at the Union. There will be no circlebitradisoagdvewhte
meetings but it is important that sees as an unjust society. He con-
every member be present as a Special ceives the idea of contacting Miss
Election is to be held due to the Feb- Harding-artist, adventuress, and
ruary graduation of a number of the play-girl of two continents-to write
present officers. Members will also a revealing biography of her laven-
be informed of promotions and initia- der past which involves among oth-
tion details at this meeting. The ers one Leander Nolan (Edward Ev-
meeting will be very brief - attend- erett Horton) who is running for the
ance imperative. Senate and depending very, very
much on the support of health mag-
R.O.T.C.: Ceremony of entire regi- azine-editor Kinnicott (Charles Rich-
ment 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 23, man). Montgomery, who hides his
Waterman Gymnasium, substituted expressive countenance behind horn-
for regular drills this week. Public rimmed glasses whenever he is doing
invited to attend. editorial work, noes superb work. An-
mvr ____. _other orchid should go without fail
Engineering Council: Important to Charles Richman who, as. a repli-
meeting Wednesday, Jan. 23, 7:30 ca of Bernarr MacFadden, is respon-
p.m., in M. E. Computing Room. sible for many a laugh.
________Rare shot: Editor Kinnicott dic-
Interpretive Arts Society: At 7:15 tating a political editorial from his
I sharp on Wednesday evening, Jan. 23, electrical exercising horse.
in Room 302, Mason Hall, a program The supporting bill is only fair.
of readings will be given by the fol- How did you like the eyebrows on the
lowing persons: Mabel Young, Helen announcer in the Richard Himber
Wright, Barbara Lutts, Dorothy Ohrt, short? G.M.W., Jr.
and Ruth LeRoux. This will be the --
last public program of the Society for T Y P E W$R I T E R S
the present semester. All personsAMakes-I ea r table
interested are cordially invited. So ente ed Repaired
_Ige choice stock.sy tems.
Luncheon for Graduate Students 0f*D.*1 0 R I - IL
I on Wednesday, Jan. 23, at 12 o'clock 314 S. Sate St., Ann Arbor
in the Russian Tea Room of the Mich- _
igan League Building. Cafeteria. --
service. Dr. Peter Okkelberg, Pro- SOCIAL
fessor of Zoology, and newly appoint- DANCING
ed Assistant Dean of the Graduate Toe, tap, acrobatics.
School, will speak informally on "The Taught daily. Terrace
Graduate School of the University of garden studio. wuerth
Michigan and Its History." s \ open evenings.
Independents: There will be a
meeting of all those Independents de-
siring to form booth groups at the
Union on Wednesday, Jan. 23, at 5
o'clock. Those attending are urged
to be prompt. Ticket numbers must I
be presented at this meeting. Mem-
bers of the R.O.T.C. who cannot be
present must send someone in their
place.

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Fuller Says Government Will
Cooperate On Social Leaislation
By SHELDON M. ELLIS a worker, regularly attached to a
President Roosevelt's economic se- manufacturing industry, is laid off for
curity plan will increase cooperation any reason not of his own making,
between state and Federal govern- for a period in excess of four weeks,
ments on social insurance legislation he shall receive benefit payments.
in the opinion of Richard C. Fuller The old-age benefit proposal includes
of the sociology department. compulsory and voluntary contribu-
"The suggested program represents tory annuities by which people now
the first integrated legislative policy young can hope to obtain security
in the United States on social insur- against the economic risks of old age.'
ance," said Mr. Fuller in an inter- That the old-age plan benefits is
Iview yesterday. "The success of the too conservative to satisfy radical
plan depends to a large extent on thinkers is evidenced by the fact that
whether state legislatures will give Roosevelt's proposed measure would
their whole-hearted support to the provide appximately $30 a month tc
program. The use of a Federal pay- those now over 60 years of age as
roll tax, the greater part of which will compared with the Townsend Plan
be offset in the cases where employers which would provide $200, Mr. Fulle
are contributing to compulsory state believes.
unemployment acts may provide the "Over a long-time run the plan
impetus for state action." should prove much less expensive
Mr. Fuller also advanced the opin- than our previous patchwork meth-
ion that the new program for unem- ods of public and private relief,'
ployment insurance and old age bene- stated Mr. Fuller. "Under the un
fits is likely to meet with disapproval employment insurance scheme th
from many who believe that the Fed- worker, employer, and the state wil
eral government should assume en- contribute, with the Federal payrol
tire responsibility. "Roosevelt's aim," tax as an additional aid."
said Mr. Fuller, "is to lessen the "There is one feature of the admin.
strain on the national government istration of large funds for social in
and to place emphasis on state aid., surance which may be overlooked i
This program may find vigorous ob- the debate over the merits of the
jections from those who do not favor scheme itself. The administrative de
state responsibility in providing for tails place a high premium on the
economic security." competency and honesty of the per
"The new plan is not a temporary sonnel in the public service who mus
program designed, as are several fea- allocate the funds." he said.
tures of the NRA code legislation, -
merely to alleveiate maladjustments
in- the present economic depression.
It is an intelligent piece of social and A JESTIC
economic planning with a perspective Matinees 30c . Evenings 40c
for the future as well as designed to NOW PLAYING
ease present distress," said Mr. Fuller. Shows at 2 - 3:2- I - 9
"The proposals look to seasonal un-
employment in times of prosperity as
well as to the extended unemploy- w
ment of business depressions. This is 3
evidenced by the provision that when
ENDS TONIGHT
JANET GAYNOR
LEW AYRES
"SERVANT'S ENTRANCE"
-- WED. - THURS.
OTTO KRUGER
"PARIS INTERLUDE"
---_and--
FRANCHOT TONE
"STRAIGHT IS THE WAY"
in
Samuel Coldwyn's
production of
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gunning comrade, Harry Campbell, Attention cf.All Concerned: Name-
was found late today in a lonely farm ly faculty, administrative and cleri-
lane 40 miles north of Philadelphia. cal staff members and students, is
The car, stolen by the two fugi- action by the Regents.
tives as they blasted their way with Students shall pay in acceptable
submachine guns through a cordon respectfully called to the following
of Atlantic City police yesterday, was I funds (which shall not include notes
riddled with bullets. Campbell was ! unless the same are bankable) all
believed to have been seriously amounts due the University before
wounded. they can be admitted to the final ex-
Bullets had bored through the car's aminations at the end of either se-
windshield and rear end. A number mester or of the Summer Session.
of machine gun shells were found in No officer in the University is author-
the machine. ized to make any exception to this
A detail of state police was des- rule.
patched to the scene while the car Any specific questions that can be
was removed to Doylestown. The forseen arising in this connection
troopers, fully aware of the desper- should be taken up with the proper
ate nature of their mission, carried authorities at the earliest possible mo-
submachine guns in addition to their ment.
regular sidearms Shirley W. Smith

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