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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1935

LATE,
WIRE
NEWS
Cities Of America ind
Credit Power On Wane
CHICAGO, March 18.-(P)-Amer-
ican cities are approaching "the end
of the rope" in their ability to incur
further debts to fight the depression,
4eclared Paul V. Betters, director of
the American Municipal Association
and of the United States Conference
of Mayors, in an address to executives
here.
Future expenditures, Betters said,
must come primarily from current
taxes, and since cities rely cardinally
on general property taxes the oppor-
tunities for such appropriations are
"slight."
-Betters said that for the first time
"a complete picture of the city debt
situation" in New York State had
-been reported by the New York Con-
ference of Mayors.
Embezzlement Charges
Dropped; Insulls Free
CHICAGO, March 18.--(/P) -Sam-
uel and Martin Insul walked into
Judge Cornelius J. Harrington's court
today and a few minutes later walked
out again free men, so far as state
criminal charges against them are
concerned.
When the court was called to order
Assistant State's Attorneys John
O'Hara and William Lancaster moved
to nolle prosse the last charge. It
involved the alleged embezzlement of
$104,722 from the Mississippi Valey
Utilities Investment Co., one of the
Insull financial concerns.
Legislators Favor Allied
Bills And School Budget
LANSING, March 18- () - The
Legislature was ready today to toss
overboard scores of unimportant bills
and approach the serious school aid
and allied issues.
The session was far enough along
so it was apparent many measures
will never emerge from committee
pigeon holes. The Senate had passed
more than half the major proposals
in the administration program, and
their success or failure was up to the
house. The question of state aid for
schools was on the calendar for de-
bate in the house this week. Finance
committees were ready to whip the
budget into shape as soon as the
house has indicated which' of the
measures and leaving the budget and
school aid for a later special session.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publcation in the Bulletin Is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at the offce of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

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Classilied Directory
11 NOTICE

TUESDAY, MARCH 19, 1935
VOL. XLV No. 123
Notices
University Broadcasting :
9:15-9:45 a.m. - A Class in Ele-
mentary Singing, Joseph E. Maddy.
2:00-2:30 p.m.-Michigan, My
Michigan Series - Topic: "Sweets
from Michigan Beets," Walter L.
Badger, Professor of Chemical Engi-
neering.
University Bureau of Appointment.
and Occupational Information:
All students registered with the
Bureau, who have not filled in loca-
tion blanks for the second semester
will please call at the office this week
to do so. Office hours 9 to 12, and 2
to 4.
University Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information has
received notice of the , following
United States Civil Service Examina-
tions:
Junior Physicist, $2,000.
Asst. to Senior Chemist, $2,600 to
$4,600.
Asst. Credit Union Investigator,
Farm Credit Adm., $2,600.
Announcements are on file at the
office, 201 Mason Hall.
Seniors in the College of Engineer-
ing: Call at once at Room 412, West
Engineering Building for your draw-
ing 1, 2 and 3 plates.
Seniors - A fee of $1.00 must be
paid by March 25 if. you wish your
name included in Senior Literary
Commencement Program. Names
will be omitted, and invitations will
not be issued to those who have not
paid this fee. Dues are payable in
Angell Hall lobby.
Mixed Badminton: Ther'e will be no
mixed badminton on Wednesday eve-
ning, March 20, owing to the bad-
minton exhibition games to be played
at the Intramural Building at 8:00
o'clock. Students who will be needed
to play in the exhibition will be noti-
fied. Other students interested in
badminton are strongly urged to
watch. There will be some excellent
out of town players.
Academic Notices

Events Today

t

Vocational Series: Students of the
College of Literature, Science, and the
Arts: A meeting will be held on Tues-
day, March 19, at 4:15 p.m., in RoomI
1025 Angell Hall for students in the
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts and others interested in fu-j
ture work in Business Administration.
r'he meeting will be addressed by
Dean C. E. Griffin of the 'School of'
3usiness Administration.
Forestry Club: Dr. Carl E. Guthe,I
)irector of the Museum of Anthrop-
logy, will speak on "Dendrochron-
Alogy" at 7:30 p.m. in Room 2039y
,atural Science Building. All pre-
forestry students are invited to be'
present.

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
Pin-e c^'rrt1'ements with Classified
Aeiisiu, epartimnt. Phone 2-1214.
The lassfiedcoluns lose at five
olc :ius to day of insertion.
oxn rs may be secured at no
extra cha..-
Cash in advance lie per reading line
(n i of five average words to
line) fr c',e or twio insertions.
l~e per readin line for three or
mor-e insertions.
Min ium 3 lines per insertion.
Telephone) rate - 150 per reading line
for coi err tw.o insertions.
e n line for three or
Siscouti paid within ten days
f:om he ate of last insertion,
uiimum three lines per insertion,
n er line -2 lines daily, one
1ot........................8C
4 lines E.O.D_ 2 months..........3c
2 lino daily, college year ........7c
4 lines E.O.D., colleg;e year ........7c
100 lines used as desired..........9c
300 lines used7 as desired..........8c
1,000 lines used) as desired ........7c
.2000 lines used as desired .. .6c
'The above rates are per reading line,
ba'-ed on eight reading lines per inch.
Ionic t;.:pe, u',pper and lower case. Add
6c per ineo above rates for all capital
letters. Add ce per line to above for
bold face, upper and lower case. Add
We per line to above rates for bold face
capital letters.
The above rates are for 7% point
type.
LAUNDRY
STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006.
9x
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
WANTED

GOLFERS: Clubs rewound, refinished
and reconditioned by experienced
expert. 25c per club, $1.00 for set of
seven or under. Phone 2-1717. 148
NEW AND USED CARS - Largest
selection in the country. Associated
Motor Services, Inc. 317 W. Huron.
Ph. 2-3268. "Let's get acquainted."
10x
FOR RENT
ROOMS FOR RENT: $1.75 and $2.00.
Suite $3.00. Garage. 518 Packard.
151
LOST AND FOUND
WILL the person who found the $2
just outside the Betsy Ross last
Wednesday noon please leave same
at the desk of the Michigan
League. 152
LOST: A chain bracelet with a Delta
Zeta crest on it. Name on back of
crest. Lost probably around Ath-
letic building. Reward, phone
2-1646. 154
FOUND: A watch at Field House.
Owner call L. D. Bartely at 2-1417.
152
tu rTour
Is Copleted.
By Prof. Allen

Adelphi House of Representatives
will meet in its room on the fourth
floor of Angell Hall at 7:30 p.m. Try.
out speeches for membership in th
society will be heard, and member:
will discuss their political philoso
phies. All men students interested ir
speech work are cordially invited t
attend.
Phi Epsilon Kappa: Formal initia
tion will be held at the Michigan Un
ion, at 8:00 p.m. All members ar
requested to attend.
Tau Beta Pi: Election meeting a
6 p.m., Michigan Union. Formal ini
tiation ceremonies will be held Apri
2.
Zeta Phi Eta: The meeting thi
noon will be used for the writing o
examinations and everyone must b
there. There will also be a specia
meeting this evening at 7:00 to hea
tryouts, and at 8:00 we shall presen
a program for the Interpretativ
Arts Society.
Zeta Phi Eta: Regular meeting o
Zeta Phi Eta in the League Gril
Room, at 12:00 noon.
Sigma Gamma Epsilon meeting
at 8 p.m., in Room 3065 N. S. Pro
fesor Lovering will address the grout
on field methods in economic geology
All Freshman Women and Men in
terested in trying out for the busines
staff of the Michiganensian will pleas
report at the Student Publication
Building at 4 p.m.

s Gcvernr-Gentral Ed
z Africa and his wife (righ
- afn r their plane withi fi
ej fog in the heart of the stei
sj
0' Business Ad
-Graduates.
e By ROBERT H1. PULV
That the business admi
school provides an immediat
t tical education is demonstrat
- fact that last year each mem

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'cuard Renard (left) of Fench Equatorial
e, Parisian secleix lender, nue believed safe
ve French army officers was forced down by
uming Congo.

ministration / Schol
All Obtam POMofslS

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ER Electric course are alumni of the
nistration Univertity, Professor Jamison re-
ely prac- vealed. Among those connected with
ed by the the General Electric Co. at the pres-
ber of the ent time are john D. Lockton, '26.

Play Producticn Sudents: Robert Tuesday Afternoon Play Reading
Henderson will address the students Section, Faculty Womens Club meet
of Play Production on the Spring at 2:15 p.m. in the Alumnae Roon
Dramatic Season plays and actors at of the Michigan League.
four o'clock, Tuesday afternoon,
March 19, in the lobby of the Labora- Christian Science Organization
tory Theater. All students of Play There will be a meeting of this or
Production should be present. ganization tonight at 8 o'clock in th
Chapel of the Women's League Build
L r;ing. Students, alumni, and faculty

Analysis Made By
Faculty Memb(e

ens

University Lecture:
Prof. Lyman Bryson, of Teachers
College, Columbia University, will lec-
ture on the subject, "An Experiment
In Community Education," Thursday,
March 21, at 4:15 p.m., in Natural
Science Auditorium. The public is
cordially invited.

members of the University are cor
dially invited to attend.
Slide Rule Dance Committee meet
at 5 p.m., Room 312, West Engineer
ing.
Assembly: Important meeting a
the League at 4:15 p.m

l entire class of 55 graduates was placed assistat treasurer 0f the company; STUDENTS with selling ability. Good 7
with a prominent organization. The A. B. Crouch, 26. in charge of the l wages, steady employment. Apply -
I ever-growing tendency for large cor- gencral atcounting section; C. H. 200 N. Main. Describes FOur Types Of
p orations to come directiy to the Lang, 15, formerly controller of the
f chool itself, and by the method of budget and now manager of the pub- WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW Useless Fires In Talk
e personal interviews to select their licity department: H. E. Neil, '19, in shits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 do-]-
1 lars,. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chii- Bfr~ slniCu
l year's of men povides un- charge of the company's tax work: sA4eforeYpsilanti .u
r usual opportunities to those receiving C. W. StewaiL '2, secretary of the cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
rot usual7xopportunities to Athosef receiving
t i business training at the University. appliance sales committee; and sev- North Main 7x Prof. Shirley W. Allen of the School
e thio cral tiaveling auditors and publicity . of Forestry and Conservation com-
ye roectfr pacemast and advertising men. o-(( dSo-d fi'hio State pleted a four-day lecture tour of four
year are even better than last yeaI j Michigan cu~es Saturday night-,dr
in the opinion of Prof. Cha tes L. r'o-To Prefer Teachin To g wh he discussecurrent -
igwhchedsusdcretJamison of the School of Business Fr~ank iien estry problems and the "Stop Use-
- Admiisitrtion. Professor Jaison Iless Fires" campaign, a statewide
pointed out that practically every Sn eC ak.- Ton i g t i -'cO"f">' drive which was started Friday.
, training course an organization pre- --_Outlining four types of useless fires
- sents to its new men is given here in Br Asrecia td Collegiate Press) which cause destruction to forests and
p the business administration school. Lieut. Fi>ank O'Bierne, United COLUMBUS, O.. March 18. - I grass, Professor Allen Saturday eve-
Professor Jamison cited as an ex- States Navy, will address the Ann School teaching and social service ning in Ypsilanti wound up the three-
ample the training course of the Gen- AbO vision of the Officers Reserve day session of the Ypsilanti Garden
iCorps at 71:30 p.m. tonight in the I work have the strongest appeal fordaseioofteY ilniGrn
eral Electric Co. Today and tomorrow C7: m. ghe oaehsthengeswe; foraClub, meeting fog the purpose of pro-
s Marvin L. Frederick, supervisor of the c gan Union according to an an- tday's co-eds, if thi answers to a moting the "Stop Useless Fires" cam-
nounc-menemadonnairLect.filled out by approx mtn h "tpUees ie"cm
ebusiness training courses of the Gen- nouncement made yesterday by Lieut.
eral Electric Co., will interview sen- Stanley G. Waltz, secretary of the ;mnialely 700 Ohio State University pTmiss.
iors here interested in entering the Ann Arbor division women can be taken as an dicatio. useless fires," said Professor Allen, "is
uselesshfies,"0saidProfessorAllena"i
organization. Lieut. O cBierne xviii address the More than 200 mdicated they have the fire which is set accidentally and
g1The method employed by the Ge- group on the subject of "Naval Ar- lected the life of a "school-marm" wholly unintentionally." The second
s eral Electric Co. is similar to that chitecture," a subject which he has while 111 ave decided to enter some cause he mentioned was the deliber-
employed by many corporations studied for several years both here -ranch of social service actvity. Third ately-started grass fires which escape
Tempningyedurbysfmrn e menator and at other stations throughout the mest popular was journalism, with 83 to marshes, woods and fences, where
ITraining courses for new men vary allc)ity eii a saeoeo hoi.; ob rtr reios
the way from a practical course i untry. He is, it was stated one of choosing to be wters or editors they burn valuable property.
:e ay fma a cticat ore'Ia the most noted experts in this field. arthe down the line were dress de- There are those fires which are set
- factory management to rgla ieut. O'i3erne is one of several signing and dietetics, interior decora- for , definite purpose, such as burn-
clasrodoym letumrs. Thel mendero a nmy and navy olicers who have been tion, general business, art and nu- ing trash, but which are left untended
eItoday and tomorrow twill undergo a,-- a ,buwhcarletnedd
- ent to the University to complete merous other ields. The extremely and finally spread, he pointed out.
-business training course under thefeineposinsatcedo-
technical studies begun in service feminine professions attracted com- Campfires which are so large and hot
- counting and finance, audit ina- schools and furthered by study and parativly few, with 19 preparing that no cooking could be done on
dysr n research work in the more prominent to be actresses, one interested in pro- them, was the fourth source for use-
dustrial analysis and control, busines schools and colleges of the country. fessional dancing and one planning to less fires which Professor Allen de-
law and publicity. All of these courses become a model. scribed.
s are giventat the University' so that Professions formerly thought to be Professor Allen summed'p his talk
those who ente theanizationssoWlG et chiefly masculine, such as archaeol- by saying that thoughtfulness was the
nogy, architecture, bacteriology, fi- heart of the whole "Stop Useless
t Several gradua the General I an ion Posts nance, electrical engineering, chiro- Fires" campaign and added "the
Ipody, the ministry, and even politics, hardest thing in the world to do is
12528 EGast Medical Building on Wed- neare about to he invaded by women, to get people to think."
Two faculty men, Prof..Em2il LOr'ch g ppe tik
nesday, March 20, 8 p.m. The fol- and PIef Wel . B tt both of according to the answers given. On Friday Professor Allen spoke
lowing papers will be presented: While Ohio State's co-eds were on the vocational opportunities of
"The Structure of the Atomic Nu the-architesturalhcollegen choosing their careers, women at Mt. forestry before the Junior College
'TeSrcueothAtmcN-to offices of the Michigan Society of Hoyknolg (ot aly Forestry Club in Grand Rapids. He
cleus," by Professor S. A. Goudsmit. Architects at the convention of the Holyoke College (South Hadley, Fadestr addressesrn Thurday
"European Ideas in Nineteenth Society in Detroit last week-end. Mass.) were speculating on just what made three addresses on Thursday
. Century America," by Professor H. M. Pirofessor Lorch was elected first they would do, with a million dollars. in behalf of the "Stop Useless Fires"
Jones. vice-president of the organization Limousines and bank books, it was campaign. At noon Professor Allen
for the coing year, while Professor discovered, held only slight attrac- spoke before the Rotary Club at the
TheCunciwilmeetao te c g earn w e rord tions for the young ladies. Philan- Occidental Hotel, the Muskegon Jun-
d U s a aennett was appointed to the board thropy and marriage would receive ior High School in the afternoon, and
d University Oratorical Contest: The of directors. m s ft er at ni n e e a etn f t e M s e o
s first preliminary tryout will be hel1 The meeting, which was held over most of their attention. a general meeting of the Muskegon
- in Room 4006.Angell Hall on Tuesday, Friday and Saturday, was featured The greatest beneficiaries would be Garden Club in the evening.
e March 21, at 4 p.m. by open discussion of the Federal their families, their college -and Professor Allen started out his tour
Alpha Nu meets Wednesday at 7:30 housing act and the development of their boy friends. Travel would prob- in Detroit, where he showed a for-
p.m. in the Alpha Nu room, fourth the code for the construction industry, ably get a considerable share of their estry film, "Forestry and Logging in
floor Angell Hall. A discussion on Raymond Foley, regional and state inheritances, some wanting to study, Michigan, before students of North-
s the direct primary will be the feature administrator for the Federal housing some rsojus extended honeymoons western High School on Wednesday
ofte rgrm Mnwihn t rycmmsiosok n hrgnra s and others just wanting to see the afternoon. In the evening he ad-
of the program. Men wishing to try commilssion, spoke on the general as-wol.desdteNrh stK an Cu
out for the organization should come pects of the government building noild. Arabian saddle horses and Jap- dressed the Northwest Kiwanis Club
prepared to give a speech of from 3 plans. He presented the ideas and anese prints were popular in the in the Lee Plaza Hotel.
to 5 minutes on a subject of their aims of the work now being directed luxury group. Clothes were decidedly ~--nd
own choosing. iorm Washington. in the background, as far as getting
Lancel=o, Sr kert, administrator for much of the speculative million dol- '
. Detroit and vicinity, explained the lars was concerned.
Michigan Technic Trycuts: Freh- lh standard of arcitectural service -ANOTHER SWELL SHOW
temrested inpwongoeners inof hithstappngd forloansebthra ewice______________
m a o o n e Iand design that will be expected of AT THE MAJ.
terested in working on the staff of the bisa ndoon nsthrcts
magazine are asked to meet Wednes-h
, a t5pmRo 25 atEg-buildings and on existing structures. Jerome Kernsa musical romance)
'day at 5 p.m., Room 3205. East Eng-______
neering. BRMN
BRU±L I TO SPEAK

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French Lecture: Prof. W. F. Pat-1 Saint Andrew's Church: Celebra-
balanced armament situation in Ger- terson will give the fifth lecture on tion of the Holy Communion at 10:0(
many. Do not let your opinions of the Cercle Francais program: "Saint- a.m.
Hitler's other activities -his nation- Amant, poete grotesque." Wednes-i
alistic policies, persecution of the day, March 20, at 4:15, Room 103, Tea for Graduate Students it
Jews, and destruction of learning- Romance Language Building. Tick- Mathematics at 4:00 p.m. in 3001 A.H
distort your understanding of the ets may be procured at the door.
merits of this particular deed, for in _--- Purim Party to be held this after-
this, Hitler is merely the spokesman noon at the Hillel Foundation, th
of the people. A long history of na- sue develop cannot be piedicted be- regular annual Purim party sponsore
tional humiliation lies behind this cause of France's coalition govern- by Rabbi Heller will take place thi
act; the Nazi group has from its be- ment, says Mr. Winnacker. "Both afternoon from 4 to 6. Homentash
ginning 15 years ago preached nation- the right and the left elements are n will be served. All members ar
al pride and restoration of national represented in the present French cordially invited to attend.m
honor. cabinet, and opinions range from |
honrthose favoring immediate action
"National pride is the motivating agasestaveringyWmmedhate favornng Hillel Foundation: Prof. William
force-if Hitler is able to get away against Germany to those favormg Worrell will conduct his class this
with it without plunging the country the policy of awaiting developments. evening at 8 o'clock at the Founda-
How the balance will eventually be tion, on "The Jew In Near Eastern
into war, he will succeed in giving drawn, no one knows."toon"hJe InNaEaer
Germany's foreign negotiations a d . .I Civilization." Everyone is cordially
prestige they have not had since the "An important element is the radi- I invited to attend.
warcal-socialist party (which is neither edt-n.-
"armmn asnvrrelym-radical nor socialist, but in-between), Co in vet
Disarmament has never really ma- the strongest political group in par Coming Events
tared. The fine idealism in President liament, numerically, since 1928. In Voca-tional Series: Students of the
Wilson's talk of 1918 has been made the recent controversy over the ex- College of Literature, Science, and
to apply to Germany alone. She tension of the period of military the Arts:
alone has been forced to keep the training to two years, the left wing A meeting will be held on Thursday.
peace. France has never been inter- radical-socialists, who favor a bal- March 21, at 4:15 p.m., Room 1025
ested in the balance of power; she has anced budget by cutting armaments Angell Hall, for students in the Col-
always had the preponderance of and a general peace policy, were in- Ilege of Literature, Science, and the
power in her own hands." fluenced to support the measure by Arts and others interested in future
The allies, with France at their Herriot, leader of the right wing. work in medicine. The meeting will
head, destroyed liberalism in Ger- How long Herriot can continue to be addresed by Dean A. C. Fursten-
many, declared Professor Wheeler. have their support for this patriotic berg of the School of Medicine.
"Germany, though it was willing to attitude is debatable." I The next meeting of the vocation-
,meet any reasonable peace demands It was observed by foreign corres- al series, to be held on March 26, will
in 1918, was forced by the harsh terms pondents that France may either be addressed by Dr. W. W. Bishop,
to resort to printing press money and await developments send a joint pro- Librarian of the University and Head
eventual ruin, and this harsh treat- test of all the great powers or the sig- of the Department of Library Science.
ment and the consequent disillusion- natories to Germany and the League;.
meat that followed served to dis- 'institute a boycott, or take military Civil Engineering Students: Dean
credit the liberal element in Ger- action. S. C. Hollister, School of Civil Engi-
many. "Inasmuch as France's position is a i neering, Cornell University, will talk
"There is nothing surprising in this strong one, both with regard to front- to the Civil Engineering students in
except the temerity of the govern- iers and allies, any policy of imme- Room 1213, East Engineering Bldg.
ment. There is some question where diate military action or stringent eco- cn Wednesday, March 20, at 11:00
the money is to come from, but the iers and allies, any policy of imme- a.m. All upper classmen are espe-
action will, it is true, drain men off nomic boycott measures would appear cially requested to attend.
the labor market." less advisable at this time," Mr. Win-
Does this act of Hitler's make' war nacker concluded. I Rescarch Club will meet in Room
inevitable as has been said in the for-
eign dispatches? Not necessarily, -
Professor Wheeler says. If Europe
can weather the delicate situation j IJTHE
which follows immediately upon the
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Luncheon for Graduate Students 1
n Wednesday, March 20, at 12:00'
'clock in the Russian Tea Room of I
he Michigan League Building. Pro-
essor Benjamin W. Wheeler, of theI
listory Department, will speak in-!
>rmally on "Venizelos and the Re-
ent History of Greece."
Harris Hall: Class in Church His-
>ry Wednesday, 7:14 p.m. All stu-
ents cordially invited.
Terrace Garden
Dancing Studio
Instructions in , a l
forms. Classical, social,
S dancing. Ph. 9695. I
Wuerth Theatre Bldg.
antastzc! Deligh ful!
TTERMAN MARiONETTES
Production of ii

Prof. John L. Drumm of the jour-
nalism deartnent will speak on.
fERaconteuring" at the Sigma Rho NmE HIS LIPS---A
Tau meeting to be held at 7:30 p.m. I SHE W E
tomorrow night m the Unicn. NEARLY OOK HIS
DAILY 15c to 6 P.M. *
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