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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCi31, 1935

LATE
WIRE
NEWS
French Hope To Stamp
Out Algeria Discontent
ALGIERS, March 30.-(VP)-French
endeavors to stamp out seeds of riot-
ing in Algeria, sprouting in a hot-
)*d of religious, political and eco-
nbmic struggles, are bringing Marcel
Regnier French minister of interior,
on a one-man pacification expedition.
Measures to ease the heavy debt
burden of natives, restless with the
ds-ontent of depresion, to find them
markets for their mounting crop sur-
pluses and to counteract the criticism
of native leaders are expected to come
from the visit.
A he~Wly-risen hero among the na-
tives, Dr. Ben Djelloul, is likely to be
asked to cooperate with the French
authorities, as personified by Reg-
nier, whose ministry controls Alger-
ian affairs.
Rioting at Constantine, Setif and
other cities, in which more than a
score of Jews were slai by infuriated
worshippers of Allah, has alarmed
the French for the past year.
Agents Say Dope Was
Sold To Screen Stas
NEW YORK, March 30 -(P)-
f bne of Hollywood's screen stars
\VW1e suppled regularly with nar-
c6tics by Barney Price, Federal agents
mid today, following the arrest of
Price, whom they decibed as a
"front fnan" for a large 'na'rcotics
sing.
The arresting agents said that
they found in Price's possession 'rec-
ords, money orders and an address
book presumably listing his custom-
efts. The book listed many names
Wi addresses in various parts of the
bodiintiy, but most of them Were in the
Oal fornia filth colony. Morphine was
infiled to customIers in wholesale lots,
the records revealed.
Frank Igoe, head of the Federal
narcotic squad, who led the aget,
reported that his inn seized heroin
and morphine worth '$,96 from
Price and an alleged accoinplice,
Eugene Stan, 20 years old.
Sovriet Russia Asks U. .
Cooperaion For Peace
MoOsCOW, Ma-ch 30. --(--So-
Vilet Russia's officially inspired Press
bespoke tUnited States coopeiation in
helping to keep Euroe's peace today
as Anglo-Russian security discussion
ended with results termed "practical"
Ahd "highly satisfactory" in both
ainps.
Those results continued shrouded
in secrecy but both sides denied any
f'tinal agreements had been worked
While articles in Russian news-
papers urged that "America's fate is
bound up with that of Europe," ob-
servers here cbnsdered the possibility
that Russia, Great Britain, FTace,
and Italy might join hands within
the framework of the League of Na-
tiors to oppose Germany's rearima-
ment.
WOMEN TO MEET
The Faculty Women's club will en-
tertain the Michigan Dames Thursday
afternoon in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theater. Mrs. F. E. Wood of Chicago
will speak on "The Japanese Arrange-
ment of Flowers."

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
I0n nohe Bulletin I constructive notice to all members qtthb
y. yreceived at the ofice of the Assistant to the President
ltU3:; 11: a.m. Saturday.
SUNDAY, MARCH 31, 1935 cations with the Office of the Dean
VOL. XLV No. 134 of Students should call there for an
appointment with the Committee.
Notices
Apparatus Exchange: The Regents Faculty Meeting, College of Litera-
at their meeting in March, 1927, au- ture, Science, and the Arts:
thorized an arrangement for the sale The regular April meeting of this
of scientific apparatus by one depar- Faculty will be held in Room 1025 A.
ment to another, the proceeds of the H., Monday, April 1, beginning at
sale to be credited to the budget ac- 4:10 o'clock.
count of the department from which Agenda:
the apparatus is transferred. 1. Report of Executive Commit-
Departments having apparatus tee - D. H. Parker.
which is not in active use are advised 2. Report concerning University
to send descriptions thereof to the Council - G. R. LaRue.
University Chemistry Store, of which 3. Report concerning Deans' Con-
Prof. R. J. Carney is director. The ference - E. H. Kraus.
Chemistry Store headquarters are in 4. Election of nominees for Execu-
Room 223, Chemistry Building. An tive Committee (one to be appointed
effcrt will be madelto sell the appara- to serve during the absence of Pro-
tus to other departments which are fessor Remer). Nominating Commit-
likely to be able to use it. In some tee, J. S. Reeves, Chairman; J. W.
instances the apparatus may be sent Glover, C. F. Meyer.
to the University Chemistry Store on
consignment, and, if it is not sold Biological Station: Application
witnin a reasonable time, it will be for admission for the coming summer
returned to the department from session should be in my hands be-
which it was received. fore April 15 when all applications
The object of this arrangement is will be considered. Announcement of
to' promote economy by reducing the courses offered can be obtained at the
amount of unused apparatus. It is office of the Summer Session or from
hoped that departments having such the director. Applications should
apparatus will realize the advantage be made on application blanks whiclh
to themselves and to the University can be secured at my office, Room
in availing themselves of this oppor- 1119, or Room 3089 Natural SciencE
tunity. Shirley W. Smith Building.
George R. LaRue, Director
To Students Having Library Books:
1. Students having in their posses- Faculty, College of Literature, Sci-
sion books drawn from the Univer- ence and the Arts: Midsemester re-
sity Library are notified that such ports are due not later than Friday,
books are due Monday, April 1, be- April 5. More cards if needed can be
fore the impending Spring Vacation, had at my office.
in pursuance of the Regents' regula-
tion: These reports are understood as
"Students who leave Ann Ar- naming those students,freshmen anc
bor for an absence of more than upperclass, whose standing at mid-
a week must first return all bor- semester time is D or E, not merely
rowed booksr"- those who receive D or E in so-called
2. Failure to return books before midsemester examinations.
vacation will render the student liable Students electing our courses, but
to an.extra fine, registered in other schools or college:
3. Students who have special need iof the University, should be reporter
for certain books between April 1st to the school or college in which then
and the beginning of vacation, may are registered. W. R. Humphreys,
retain such books by applying at the Assistan Dean.
Charging Desk on April 1.
4. Students who have urgent need University Bureau of Apointments
for certain books during the vacation, Mr. Schulz, Michigan State Man-
will be given permission to draw these ager of Investors' Syndicate, will be it
books, provided they are not in gen- the office Tuesday, April 2, to inter.
eral demand, on application at the view students for both summer ant
Charging Desk after April 1. permanent work. Students who ar
Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian interested in seeing him should cal
the -Bureau, Extensin 371, or stop al

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Notice is hereby given that the
Board in Control of Student Publi-
cations has ordered the suspension
cf the publication known as What's
Doing. Any student who contributes
to or takes part in the issuance of
this or any similar publication there-
by renders himself liable tordisci-
pline. -Louis A. Straus,
For the Board.
To Faculty, Students, and All
Othet Cohnnected with the Unive-
rsity: Through over-zealous efforts
on the part of the advertising com-
inittee for the All Campus Jamboree
a most unfortunate occurrence has
taken place. It was not our inten-
tion for the campus sidewalks to be
defaced in the manner in which they
were, and we therefore wish to pre-
sent our apologies for such a regret-
ful occurrence. John H. Jeffries,
Jamboree Chairman.
Faculty, School of Education: The
regular meeting of the faculty will
be held on Monday, April 1, at 12
o'clock noon, Michigan Union.
Shideht Loahs: The Loan Com-
mittee will meet on Wednesday, April
3, 1:3b p.in., Room 2, University Hall.
Students who have already filed appli-

the office, 201 Mason Hall, for ap-
pointments.
Students, College of Literature,,
Science, and the Arts: Except under
extraordinary circumstances, courses
dropped after Friday, April 5, will be
recorded with a grade of E.
Contemporary: Third issue will be
on sale in University and Angel Hall
lobbies Monday afternoon, Tuesday
and Wednesday. Subscribers are re-
quested to call for their copies early.
Contributors to the League Art Ex-
hibit may call for their work now at
Miss McCormick's office on the first
floor of the League.
University Men and Women: All
students' dancing classes are tc be
postponed until after spring vaca-
tion.
Academic Notices 1
Play-Writing (English 150): Mr.
Lazarus will read the last two acts of
his play on William Pitt at the class
meeting of April 2. The reading as-
signment announced last Tuesday is
postponed.
Psychology 31: The schedule for the
laboratory make-ups is posted on the
bulletin board opposite Room 2127 N.
S.

through the canyon and back
The Loud Lectureship of the Wes- a description of the actual trip.
yan Guild Corporation and the Uni- The three opening chords re -
ersity of Michigan Committee On scmble the bray oi a donkey. The
eligious Education announce a ser- main or donkey theme is given
es of four addresses on "Man's Place cut by the trombone. In a cabin
n God's World," by Dr. Arthur H. at the end of ths trail, an old
ompton, University of Chicago nickelodian tinkles away, aptly
Tobel Prize, 1927. . portrayed by the celeste. Return-
I. Freedom versus Law: A Peren- ing home the trail is step, -and
ial Conflict. Tuesday, April 2, 4:15 we travel much fastr. We bid
>.m., Natural Science Auditorium. goodbye to the guide, and as a
II. What Determines Our Actions? closing tribute the bray of the
Vednesday, April 3, 4:15 pm., Nat- donkey is heard ending the day
ral Science Auditorium. "On the Trail."
III. Intelligence In the World Of A Lkglise-choral Pierne
Mature, Wednesday, April 3, 8:15 p.m., Peer Gynt Suite, No. 1 Grieg
First Methodist Church. a. The Morning.
IV. Is Death the End? Thursday, b. Ase's Death
April 4, 8:15 pm., Hill Auditorium. c. Anitra's Dance
d. In the Hall of the Mountain
French Lecture: Professor M. S. king
Pargment will give the last lecture **Rhapsody in Blue Gershwin
n the Cercle Francais program: Lane Emery, Pianist.
'Deux heros populaires: Don Qui- arranged for conert band by
hotte, Cyrano de Bergerac." Wednes- Mac 1. Carr.
lay, April 3, 4:15, Room 103, Ro- arranged for concert band by
nance Language Building. bernard Hirsh.
The French Play this year will be Chales A. Sink, Presi-nt.
Varixaux's "'Le Jeu de l'Amour et
iu Hasard" to be presented Tuesday,,.
April 30, at the Lydia Mendelssohn biOc s
Theatre. EIbik Architectural Building:
An exhbit of housing and commun-
ity planning is now hung in the
tOnRctsground floor cases of the Architec-
Twilight Organ Recital : tural Building. Open daily, execpt
E. William Doty, instructor in or- Sundays, from 9 to 6. The public is
gan, will give the following program, cordially invited.
Sunday, March 31, at 4:15 o'clock in
Hill Auditorium, to which the gen-
eral public, with the exception of Events Today
small children, is invited: Methodist Episcopal Church:
Heroique ............ Caesar Franck 9:45 a.m. - A class for young men
Cantabile ........ ...Caesar Franck and women of college age meets in
Prelude in C Minor ...... J. S. Bach the balcony of the church auditorium.
Chorale Prelude "O Sacred Dr. Roy Buroughs will lead a discus-
Head"........... . ....J. S. Bach sion on the Pre-Crusifixion period.
Fugue in E Flat (St. Ann's) J. S. Bach 10:45 a.m. - Morning worship
Praeludium ............ ...Kodall3 service. "Why Love?" is the sermon
Fantasia and Fugue onBach ..Liszt subject chosen by Dr. Charles W.
The Sun's Evensong . . .Karge-Elect Brashares for the fourth in his series
Etude de Concert .......... Bonnet of Lenten sermons.
Graduation Recital: Emilie Paris, Stalker Hall for Young Men and
Pianist, of Portland, Oregon, will Wmen of College Age:
appear in Graduation Recital, at the 12:10-12:40 p.m. - Young men and
School of Music, Tuesday, April 2, women meet at Stalker Hall. Prof.
8:30 o'clock. The public is invited. George E. Carrothers will be with
Her program is as follows: the group to discuss "Racial Under-
Toccata - standing vs. Radical Tolerance."
Purcell (Sowerby - Brinkmdn) 6:00 n.m.-Wesleyan Guild De-
Rondo in A Minor Mozart votional Service. Rev. Alfred Lee
Sonata, Op. 35 Chopin (continued on Page 8)
Grace-Doppio movimento
Scherzo Eye lass Frames
Marche funebre E eares
Presto Repaired.
Florentie Sketches Pattison Lenses Ground. .
1. Morning Songs on the Arno As
2. The Clown
Intermezzo, B Minor State Street at Liberty _
Intermezzo, C Major Op. 119 Brahms
Rhapsodie
Band Cncert: The School of MusicNREDUC D
presents in its regular recital series, VACATION FAR ES
the University of Michigan Band, VIA COUNTRY'S LEADING
Bernard Hirsch, Acting Conductor, MOTOR COACH LINES
in the following program, Wednes-
day, April 2, in Hill Auditorium, at NEW YORK $17.15
8:15 o'clock, to which the generalIRK ndTr1
public is invited without admission Round Trip
charge: BUFFALO... 8.55
'M' Men-march Falcone j!Round Trip
II Guarnay-overture Gonez CH ICAGO . . . $4.50
Two characteristic dances from the Round Trip
"Nutcracker Suite" Tschaikowsky
a. Danse Arab
b. Danse of the Mirlitons CAMPUS
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(From the 'Grand Canyon Suite) TR
The Suite is a piece of tonal Chubbs 12-8 p.m.
color, starting with the break Phone 572 (12 to 8 p.m.)
of dawn, taking the listener Phone 2-2266 (after 8 p.m.)
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TODAY and EVERY DAY 35c after 2.
15c until 6 - After 6>, 25c
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How is this for a show. Run your eye down this
astounding list of entertainment- Then run for
the nearest entrance to the Maj.

1. ANN DVORAK
Dancing surprise of 1935.
2. HELEN MORGAN
Top torch singer of the land.
3. 6 SONG HITS
All Swell Music.
4. NED SPARKS
Your favorite deadpan comic.
5. A LAUGH-CRAMMED Story
6. CONNECTICUT YANKEES
Rudy's world famous band.

7. FRANK BRITTON'S BAND
The musical maniacs
8. ALLEN JENKINS - ALICE
WHITE. The battling half-
wits.
9. 100 GIRLS in gorgeous sets.
10. ROBERT ARMSTRONG
A mug who tries to croon.
11. JOE CAWTHORN -
AL SHEAN. Two minds
without a thought.
12. RUDY VALLEE - a new
Rudy who sure can take it.

Classifiedfireetory
NOTICE LAUNDRY
RAGGEDY ANN BEAUTY SHOP, PERSONAL laundry service. We take
1115 S. University. Special Monday individual interest in the laundry
and Tuesday, shampoo and finger problems of our customers. Girls'
wave, 35c. Rest of week, 50c. Per- silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar-
manents $3 - $6, end permanents, anteed. Men's shirts our specialty.
$2. Phone 7561. 12x Call for and deliver. Phone 5594.
___ _______- 611 E. Hoover. 2x.
BLUE BIRD BOOK NOOK. Nickels
Arcade. Latest fiction, biography, STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
etc.,5c a day. 13x sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006.
9x
DEAR FRED: All is forgiven. Return.
Meet you at the "Jamboree" Tues- LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
day. Love. Smokie. Careful work at low price. 4x
NEW AND USED CARS - LargestWANTED
selection in the country. Associated WANTED: A good used wardrobe
Motor Services, Inc. 317 W. Huron. trunk. Must be reasonably priced
Ph. 2-3268. "Let's get acquainted,'' and in excellent condition. Write
lox Box 7734, Michigan Daily.
LOST AND FOUND WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
LOST: Black felt change purse, be- lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
tween Parrot and Jefferson apart- cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
ments. Finder may keep money but North Main . 7x
please return bill clip to Apartment
18. 520 E. Jefferson. CAVIAR TO FUEHRER
BERLIN, March 28.- P)-Nazis
SILVER earring from Union Tower. and Communists, bitter political en-
Must have dropped om consider- emies, are trying to get together in a
able height. Please call 2-1717. business way - over caviar and ma-
173 chines.
- The Nazis want the caviar, while
WILL whoever took gray top coat by the Communists want the lessaristo-
mistake from Chubb's or on campus, cratic machines.
call 8632. 172 -ra ____mac_____.
HOODLUMS SOUGHT LEARN
KALAMAZOO, March 28. - (/")- TO DANCE
Sheriff's officers are. searching for social Dancing taught
hoodlums who broke into the store Pacing Stua. ueare
operated by Carl Chapman, smashed n Theatre Bldg Ph. 9695
the windows and set the place on fire.
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35c after 2 P.M.

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Clever Novelty A Wow Cartoon NEWS
COMING WEDNESDAY
MAY ROBSON in lLILIAN HARVEY in
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