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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WE~DNESDAY, AM

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Pullcation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to allnmembers of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

in handling zoo animals - and the
public. Refreshments. IN ew
Pi Tau Pi Sigma meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
Michigan Union. Room posted. Prof. Per
Riggs will speak.
Iota Sigma Pi: Open meeting, 8 I
p.m., Michigan League. Dr. W. E.
Bachmann will speak on "Sterols and

Old Age
1sioU Plan
s Presented

Classified Directory

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1935
VOL. XLV No. 112
Notices
Aeronautical Engineers' Division
A. S. M. E.: Please sign up for the
Stinson Aircraft Plant inspection trip
scheduled for Saturday, March 9, on
the bulletin board in the Aero Eng.
Dept. in East Eng. Bldg., before
Thursday night. Further details will
be listed there. Transportation will
be provided for those in the order of
their signing.
University Scholarships in the
Graduate School:
The Board of Regents of the Uni-
versity of Michigan have established
certain University of Michigan Schol-
arships to be known as University
Scholarships in the Graduate School
and have directed that these Schol-
arships shall be available to students
in the University who are residents
of the State of Michigan and who en-
ter upon graduate work in the aca-
demic year immediately following
their undergraduate curricula and the
receiving of the bachelor's degree.
The Scholarships carry exemption
from fees in the menner of existing
University Fellowships in the Gradu-
ate School. Application blanks for
University Scholarships in the Gradu-
ate School may be obtained from the
office of the Graduate School and
should be filed not later than March
9, accompanied by a transcript of the
undergraduate record.
C. S. Yoakum, Dean
University Broadcasting:
9:15-9:30 a.m.-Laboratory Pro-
gram for University Speech Class.
2:00-2:30 p.m.-Vocational Guid-
ance Series - Topic: "Training for
Aviation, Edward A. Stalker, Profes-
sor of Aeronautical Engineering, and
Head of the Department of Aero-
nautical Engineering.
College of Literature, Science and
the Arts, School of Music, an School
of Education: All students, now in
residence, who received marks of In-
complete or X at the close of their
last term of attendance, must com-
plete work in such courses by the end
of the first month of the present se-
mester, March 11. Where illness or
o t h e r unavoidable circumstances
make this impossible, a limited exten-
sion of time may be granted by the
Administrative Board of the Literary
College, the Administrative Commit-
tee of the School of Education, or the
Director of the School of Music, pro-
vided a written, request, with the ap-
proval and signature of the instructor
concerned is presented at the Regis-
trar's Office, Room 4, University Hall
In cases where no supplementary
grade is received and no request for
additional time has been filed, these
marks shall be considered as having
lapsed into E grades.
The Bureau of Appointments has
received several calls, from summer
camps desiring Junior, Senior Medi-
cal students or internes, both men
and women. Ifinterested call at the
Bureau of Appointments at once.
Bureau of Appointments,
201 Mason hall
"University Night" at the Michigan
Union from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. To-
night:
Dancing in the ballroom from 8:00
to 10:00.
Vocal selections in the Lounge.
Fencing Matches in the Lounge.
Display of hobbies, North Lounge,
First Floor.
Bowling Matches between students
and faculty,
Swimming Exhibitions.
All S-tudents, College of Literature,
Science and the Arts: Students hav-
ing ideas concerning Degree or Con-
centration Programs (their content,
prerequisites, or administration) or
ways of improving them are invited
to transmit them in writing to the

day, and Friday in the Intramural
Pool.
Classes for women will be held
Thursday evening in the Michigan
Union pool, 7:30 p.m. Friday eve-
ning in the YM.C.A. pool, 7:00 p.m.
Saturday morning at 8:30 in the
Michigan Union pool.
Aeronautical Engineers' Division
A. S. M. E.: Please sign up for the,
Stinson Aircraft Plant inspection trip*
scheduled for Saturday, March 9, on
the bulletin board in the Aero Eng.
Dept. in East Eng. Bldg., before
Thursday night. Further details will
be listed there. Transportation will
be provided for those in the order of
their signing.
Badminton: Doubles tournament
for women students may be played
on Mondays and Fridays at 4:15,
Wednesdays from 12 to 6 p.m., or Sat-
urdays, 8 to 10:30 a.m. The first
round is to be played off March 4 to
9. The tournament draw will be
posted on the bulletin board in Bar-
bour Gymnasium.
Dcter Knock: Play Production's
newest offering will open tonight at
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre and
continue to play each night through
Saturday. A few choice seats are
available for all of the performances,
but it is advisable to make your res-
ervations early. Tonight's perform-
ance is dedicated to all the medical
students and the faculty of the School
of Medincine.
Academic Notices
Schedule of Ph.D. Examinations
in the Department of English Lan-
guage and Literature for Spring,
1934-35:
April 20 - American Literature.
April 27 - Nineteenth Century
May 4-Eighteenth Century.
May 11- Renaissance.
May 18 - Criticism.
May 25 - Mediaevel.
June 1 - Linguistics.
Students who intend to take these
examinations should register in the
English Office.
Engineering Mechanics: Prof. Tim-
. oshenko's lectures in courses E.M.
13b and E.M. 26 will commence Wed-
nesday, March 6, in Room 307, West
Engineering Building.
Lectures
French Lecture: J. C. O'Neill will
give the fourth lecture on the Cercle
Francais program: "Andre Gide."
Wednesday, March 6, 4:15 o'clock,
Room 103, Romance Language
Building. Tickets for the series of
lectures may be procured at the door.
Exhibitions
Modern Trends in Textile Design
are shown by a collection of fabrics
circulated by the College Art Asso-
ciation,now on exhibition in the
ground floor corridor of the Archi-
tectural Building. Open daily, 9 to
6, excepting Sunday. The public is
cordially invited.
Exhibit of Persian Miniature Paint-
ing sponsored by the Research Sem-
inary in Islamic Art will be open with-
out charge daily except Sunday from
9 to 5 o'clock in Alumni Memorial
Hall, South Gallery until March 14.
Events Today
Chemistry Colloquium ' meets at
4:15 p.m., Room 303 Chemistry
Building. G. A. Cook will speak on
"The Photo-Oxidation of Hydrogen
and Deuterium Iodides."
Econcentrics meeting at 8 p.m.,
Michigan Union. Prof. I. L. Sharf-
man will lead the discussion on "The
Gold Cases." All students concen-
trating in Economics and Political
Science are invited.

Chemical Engineering Seminar:
John T. Hannum will be the speaker

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Hormones." Illinois Professor Would
Sigma Rho Tau: Circle meet-! Tax Childless Couples,
ings will start at 7:30 p.m. The regu Bachelors, Spinsters
lar meeting starts at 8:15 p.m. at
which time a debate on the subject, (y Big Ten Press Service)
"Resolved that a period of develop- URBANA, March 5. -Bachelors,
ment towards collectivism under our spiterAand hidless Bul should
present representative form of gov- be
emnent should be adopted in th be made to pay the tax needed for
U.S." A woman's team from Ypsi- old age pensions, said Prof. F. G. Dick
lanti will uphold the affirmative, inson of the department of economic.
memdbers uofSimathoaurmthve, of the University of Illinois in a re-
members of Sigma Rho Tau, theenreytoauryfmthSet
negative. The public is cordially in- cent renly to a query from the Senate
.giecommittee on finance. He also de-
vited to the debate. dared that it is absurd for the com-
mittee on finance to give an impres-
Athena will debate Alpha Nu, men's ion that employment insurance is im-
speech society, on the subject, possible.
"Blondes Prefer Gentlemen," this Professor Dickenson explained his
evening at 7:30 p.m. in the Alpha proposal by pointing out that the
Nu room on the fourth floor of An- percentage of persons above 45 years
gell Hall. All Athena members and of age is increasing, largely due to the
pledges are requested to be present. cdeclining birth rate, which is at the
same time lowering the percentage of
Freshman Glee Club and those on persons below 16 years of age.
the waiting list of the Varsity glee Duty Of Congress Clear
club meet at 5 o'clock. He also said that since the adults
without progeny are more likely to
Suphomore Engineers: Finance become charges of the state in their
committeemen will be in the second old age than are the mothers and
floor of the West Engineering Build- j fathers who have children to support

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ing today to receive class dues.
Michigan Technic Staff Meeting
at 5 p.m. in Room3201 East Engineer-
ing. It is important that everyone
be present, in order to find out about
Technic keys, and to arrange for an-
nual Staff Banquet.
Michigan Technic Tryouts: There
will be a meeting of those interested
in working on the magazine on Wed-
nesday, March 13, in Room 3036 East
Engineering Bldg.
Deutscher Zirkel meets at 8 p.m.,
League Building and will be addressed
by Professor Werner, of the Physchol-
ogy Department, who will lecture
about "Ueber einige Grundfragen der
Sprachenpsychology." All members
and friends are invited to attend.
Publicity Committee of the League,
regular meeting at 4:30 p.m. in the
Undergraduate Offices of the League.
All members must attend.
Luncheon for Graduate Students
at 12 o'clock at the Michigan League
Building. Prof. James K. Pollock,
of the Political Science Department,
will.speak informally on "The Saar
Plebiscite and After."
Point Loma Theosophical Lodge
will discuss the question "Is All Suf-
fering Merited?" at 8 p.m., League
Chapel. All interested are welcome.
Coming Events
Zoology Seminar: Miss Hsu will re-
port on "The Life History of a Prono-
cephalid Monostome" and Mr. Mill-
er on "A Limnological Study of Pel-
matohydra With Special Reference
To Their Quantitative Seasonal Dis-
tribution" on Thursday, March 14, at
7:30 p.m. in Room 2116 N.S.
Observatory Journal Club will meet
at 4:15 Thursday, March 7, in Ob-
servatory lecture room. Dr. Dean B.
McLaughlin will review "A Study of
the Spectra of Eclipsing Binaries" by
Arthur B. Wyse. Tea will be served
at 4:00.
Graduate Luncheon for Chemical
Engineers on Thursday, March 7,
Room 3201 E. Eng. Bldg. Dr. Ran-
dolph Adams, Director of the Clem-
ents Library ,will address the group.
Quarterdeck: Regular meeting at
the Union, Thursday, March 7, 7:30.
George D. Hertner will speak on
"Skin Friction Research in the U.
of M. Naval Tank" and M. M. Earle
will give a description of the new
vessels "Queen Mary" and "Norman-
die."
Senior Engineering Students: There
will be a meeting of senior engineers,
in Room 348, West Engineering
Building, Thursday, at 10 a.m. All
seniors will be excused from classes
at that hour.
Phi Eta Sigma members: If you

them, they should bear the cost of old
age pensions.
"The economic dependents in thea
population are the young persons and
the old persons. If we may conclude,
therefore, that our national per capita)
cost of economic dependency is likely
to remain stationary because the de-
crease in percentage of young persons
decreases the cost and the increase in
old persons increases the cost, the
duty of Congress is very clear. Social
insurance and social security abso-
lutely require Congress in the public
interest to promote social justice." 1
Justice In Pensions
Professor Dickinson declared that
social justice can be attained in old
age pensions only by requiring that
the entire burden of such pensions be
borne by the group in our population
which is responsible for the increase
in percentage of old persons and
which has been relieved of the cost of
nearing children.
"Adults with progeny are paying I
'-heir just share of the cost of eco-
ruomic dependency," Prof. Dickinson'
said. "It would, however, probably
be advisable to place part of the bur-
den on couples with only one or two
children, and to exempt only the
heads of larger families. Of course,
adults without progeny should be
taxed according to their income."
In regard to unemployment insur-
ance, he asserted that unemployment
is not an insurable risk, though it is
one of the major risks to which eco-
nomic man is exposed. He declared
that our depression is nothing more
or less than the usual, customary, and
apparently inevitable post-war 'ad-
justment following a great war.
TO TALK IN LANSING
Dean Samuel T. Dana of the School
of Forestry and Conservation will
talk at a banquet to be held tonight
in Lansing by the Forestry Club of
the University and the foresters of
Michigan State College.
7:00 p.m., leave your name at the
Union desk. Thirty cents will be
charged to all who attend. There
will not be a speaker.
Sigma Delta Chi: Initiation cere-
mony will be held at 5 p.m. Thursday
in the Union, followed by a dinner
at 6:15. H. C. L. Jackson, columnist
for The Detroit News, will be the
speaker. All former members are in-
vited to attend.
Varsity Glee Club: The next meet-
ing of the club will be the regular
rehearsal on Thursday.
Interfraternity Council meeting
Thursday, March 7, at 7:30. All house
presidents will please be present.
Former Jordan Residents are all
cordially invited to tea on Thursday
afternoon, March 7, at Jordan Hall
from 4 until 5:30.
Black Quill will meet Thursday eve-
ning, March 7, in the Michigan
League. There will be a business
meeting for old members at 7:30, and
a program at 8 for guests.

FOR RENT: Beautiful, large room in
private home, for one or two women.
605 Oxford Road. Phone 8510. 140
Grecian Wa
Discussed By
Prof Wheeler
S e e s 'No International
Consequences' In New
Outbreak In Near East
(Continued from Page 1)
a land force of rebels on the south-!
cast coast of Macedonia, directly be-
low Bulgaria, seems to have been
driven back of the River Sturma be-
cause of poor and insufficient arma-
ment."
Gcvernment tactics have been
aimed mostly at preventing joint ac-
tion between the two divided rebel
forces, and also to prevent an attack
upon the port of Salonika, Mace-
donian stronghold. Crete as the home
of Venizelos is quite naturally the
center of - disturbance, Professor
Wheeler said.
"One possible serious outcome of
the revolt, even though it should fail,
as it seems likely, is that if the navy
is critically crippled by this division
and self-destruction, some foreign
power, as Bulgaria or Turkey, might
see fit to regain territory awarded to
Greece by the War settlement and
subsequent readjustment. The strip
of sea coast-which was given to Greece
left Bulgaria entirely without a sea-
port on the Aegean, and may be looked
upon with covetous eyes," he con-
cluded.
SHAR.FMAN SPEAKS TONIGHT
Prof. I. L. Sharfman, chairman of
the economics department, will ad-
dress the Econcentrics Club on "The
Gold Cases" at 8 p.m. today in thef
Union.

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individual interest in the laundry
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LOST: Black fountain pen. Between
State and Library. Phone 2-3892.
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NOTICE
STUDENTS wanted with selling abil-
ity. Steady employment, good wages.
Apply Sam Ellis, 200 N. Main St.
7x
BLUE BIRD BOOK NOOK. Nickels
Arcade. Latest fiction, biography,
etc., 5c a day. 13x
The CONCERT artist piano tuner.
Why not have your piano tuned too?
Exclusive tuner for University
School of Music, 5$. Thomas Con-
servatory, all pianos on campus and
University dormitories. Not with
any music house. Phone 6776, Victor
Allmendinger. 138
NEW AND USED CARS - Largest
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NiCIOLS
JOIN the fun every Thurs-
day night-Kellogg's Col-
lege Prom night Every week this
Prom is broadcast with all the
thrills and merriment of a different
college campus. Wonderful music
to dance. Beautiful songs. Excite-
ment of athletics.
It's just like going to a different
college every week Ion't miss a
single Kellogg Prom.
EVERY
THURSDAY NIGHT
7:45-Eustern Standard Time
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undersigned, through the campus at the Seminar at 4 o'clock on the
mail or otherwise, for consideration subject, "The Photo-Catalytic De-
by a committee of the faculty. composition of Nitrocellulose Lac-
A. Franklin Shull quers."
A Red Cross Life Saving Examin-' Varsity Band practice at 7:15 p.m.
ers' Training Course will be conduct-
ed by Walter A. Hausknecht, repre- Phi Sigma meeting, Room 2116 N.
sentative from National Red Cross! S. at 8 p.m. Roger Conant, of the
headquarters. Toledo Zoological Society, will speak
Classes for men will be held from concerning "Behind the Bars." A
1:30 to 4:30 p.m., Wednesday, Thurs-| discourse on some problems involved
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