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Labor Executives Confer With President




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

Classifed Director,

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1935 itwo hours, and the fee is ten dollars.
VOL. XLV No. 97 For appointment call Miss Post, Dean
Sadler's office, Univ. 575. For other
Notices information, call Prof. A. D. Moore,
University Broadcasting: Labora- 576.
tory program for University speech
class. Tau I>cta Pi: All members interest-
2:00 to 2:30 p.m. The fourth talk ed in attending the formal initiation
in the Mental Hygiene of Adolescence at Lansing, Wednesday, February 20,
series - Topic: "The Social and Emo- please notify Henry Merker before
tional Development of Adolescence," Friday night. Telephone 7017.
Howard Y. McClusky, professor of,
educational psychology. Women's Badminton Tournament

Defeat Bill To Remove
Judiciary From Politics'
LANSING, Feb. 14.- tP) -The pro-
posal of the Michigan Bar Associa-
tion to take the state judiciary out
of politics met sudden. death in the
state Legislature today.
The Senate voted 18 to 10 against
a resolution which would have placeda
a, proposed constitutional amendment
on the spring ballot providing fors
the appointment instead of the elec-
tion of judges. The Senate then voted
21 to 4 against reconsideration of the
Seitors Differ On Plat
For NRA Investigation'
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14. - (A') -
The work relief bill yielded its usual.
quota of controversy today, but a pro-
posal for a Senate investigation of
NRA also brought clearly-etched dif-
The NRA inquiry was put forward
by Senator Nye (Rep., N.D.) and Mc-'
Carran (Dem., Nev.). The clash which
followed was over the committee to
handle the resolution and not the
measure itself.
Nye advocated the commerce com-
mittee headed by Senator Copeland
(Dem., N.Y.) who has said his group
would be ready to lend a sympathetic


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Foreign Studenr.s, Attention: There
are three events of interest to which
I would like to call your attention.
1. The program of negro music to
be given at the Congregational
Church next Sunday night at 7:30.
A choir of negro young people will
sing spirituals and an orchestra of
thirty pieces will present, among other
numbers, a new composition based
on a negro theme to be played shortly
by the Boston Symphony and other
of our large orchestras.
2. The exhibition of the work of
our own Ann Arbor artists. This ex-
hibit, which is to be seen in the gal-
leries of the Alumni Memorial Build-
ing, from "2 to 5 p.m. daily, includ-
ing Sunday, is impressive evidence of
the interest of our community in art.
3. The exhibition of the paintings
of Frans Hals at the Detroit Art
Museum. Fifty of the eighty works
of the great Dutch painter owned in
the United States have been lent for
this occasion. It is an opportunity
for seeing these paintings assembled
in one gallery which one may never
have again.
J. Raleigh Nelson, .
Counselor To Foreign

ear to business.
Senator Couzens (Rep., Mich.) ad- mtudent meoans: The Loan Commit-
vised that the finance committee, tee wtill mecet Monday, Feb. 18, at
headed by Senator Harrison (Dem 1:30 p.m., in Room 2, University Hall.
Miss.), will consider the President's Students who have already filed ap-
recommendations for NRA legislation plications with the Office of the Dean
this session. This, he contended, made of students should call there for an
the finance group, of which he is a appointment with the Committee.
member, the logical body to handle . J. A. Bursley, Chairman.
the plea for an inquiry. Harrison .Earhrt Foundation Scholarships:
agreed.'rha t FnundaionfSchnlarhps:

Lack Of Funds
In Cities May
Hold Up Relief

1ne ┬▒oiiowing sa uenu n ave peen
recommended for appointment as
Earhart Foundation Scholars for the
sccond semester 1934-35, and will re-
port at the pro-seminar (Sociology
206) Monday, Feb. 18, Room 408,
Library, 3:00:
Gilbert Anderson, 4Vinifred Bell,
Paul B, Brown, David Clinger-Smith,
Alton H. Cowan, Ralph H. Danhof,
Mary M. Davidson, Bruce Dick, Gen-
evieve Field, David G. French, Ed-




Financial Problems To ward Litchfield, Edward W. McCor-
nmick, Sidney Orkin, Phyllis Rosengar-
S tate Planning roup ten, Harold Ross, Nicholas M. Spoke,
Kirk H. Stone, Ching K. Yang, Rich-
DETROIT, Feb. 14 -(W-Three ard Zabst.
cities posed the problem of empty
municipal treasuries for considera- S.C.A. Notice: All cabinet positions
tion of the State Planning Commis- frh c i se tr enow

for pairs entered from any house or
zone starting next week. Players to
sign up in pairs at Barbour Gymna-
sium. Medical recheck is essential.
Candidates for Chairmanships of
League Committees will be inter-
viewed by members of the Judiciary
Council together with the present
holder of the office for which the
candidate is applying, at the following
Candidates for the chairmanship of
the Theatre-Arts Committee will be
interviewed Friday from 4 to 5 p.m.
Reception Committee, Friday 5 to
6 p.m.
Social Committee, Saturday 10 to
11 a.m.
Candidates for the nomination to
a vice-presidency or to a position on
Judiciary Council, Saturday 11 to 12
House Committee Chairmanship,
Saturday 1 to 2 p.m.
Merit System Committee, Satur-
day 2 to 3 p.m.
Orientation Committee, Saturday
3 to 4 p.m. .
Publicity Committee, Saturday 4 to
5 p.m.
Candidates for the chairmanships
of the World Fellowship and the Stu-
dent-Faculty Relationships Commit-
tees, and any candidatesaunableato
appear at times secified above, Sat-
urday from 5 to 6 p.m.
Art Exchange Shop: The manage-
ment of the Art Exchange is closing
its shop in the Michigan League
Building, and wishes to announce
same to its members on the campus.
Will those with articles in the shop
please call for them on or before
Sunday, Feb. 17, at 5:00 p.m.
Academic Notices
Geology 12: There will not be a
lecture today.
Make up Final and Bluebook (3rd)
in Geology 11, and Final in Geol.
121: Saturday, March 2, at 2:00 p.m.
in Room 2045 N.S. This will be the
only make-up scheduled and students
incomplete in these courses must take
the make-ups at this time.
History 12: Sec. 18 (Dr. Long's) will
meet M. F. at 10 in 315 Haven.
History 92: This course will meet
M.W.F. at 2 in West Physics Lecture
History 116: M.W.F. at 9 will meet
in 2054 N.S..
History 12: Sec. 4a (Dr. Winnack-
cr's) will meet in 229 A.H., M.F. at 11.
Sec. 6a (Dr. Long's) will meet in
225 A.H. Tu.Th. at 9.
Sec. 10a (Mr. Reichenbach's) will
meet in 2029 A.H. M.F. at 10.
Political Science 52, Section 2
(Preuss), will meet hereafter in 2215
History 11, Lecture IV: M.F. at 2,
will meet in Room B Haven Jereafter
instead of Room G.
History 12, Lecture III, will meet in
Room 231 A.H., Tu.Th. at 2.
History 140 will meet M.W.F. at 11
in 1025 A.H.
English 190: The class will meet
on Wednesday in Room 402 Library;
on Friday in 3212 Angell Hall.
English 293: The course in Bibliog-
raphy will be offered for one hour's
credit on Saturday mornings from 9
to 11 o'clock in 2235 Angell Hall
during the first half of the semester.
Psychology 33: Students absent
from the final examination will be
examined Saturday, February 16, at 2
p.m., Room 1121, N.S.

BJ-rton Holmes Lecture: The mo-
tion picture travelogue "We Look at
Vienna and Austria" will be presentedI
in Hill Auditorium, Monday night,
February 18, at 8:30. Tickets are now
on sale at Wahr's.
Dr. Aga-Oglu will give a lecture
with slides on Islamic Miniature
Painting in connection with the pres-
ent exhibit. Friday, February 15, at 4

AMPUS - Privatre home. suite avail-
able for wee-end g"csts. Phone
2-3316. 101
OOMS nd partmens for Chinese
students. Only Chinese need a pply.
See Mrs. Silver, 607 E. Iiom er, op-
posite Intnniol Bldg.
OST: Waltham wrist ,xa &h with
metal band. Has the name CG. F.
Jaynes on back. Reward. Phone
2-1717. 102
pencil set lost between Madison
and Chubb's. Phone 9453. 99
OR RENT: A share in large front
room with upperciissman. Phone
544, 422 E. Washington.
--Woman's expensive wrist watch.
Finder phone 8977. Reward. 96
suits. Will pay 3,/4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main . 7x
WO MEDICS desire co-ed dates to
all medic formal on share expense
plan. Call A or B at 6284 after 6.
TUDENT desires single room in
quiet private home. $1.50 a week.
Box No. 36.
WANTED: House-man job. Room,
board and $1.00 weekly. Am cour-
teous, efficient, and neat. Age 55.
Box 105, Mich. Daily.

.ion in preparing a public works
program Wednesday.
"We must have either a grant or
remain on a work relief basis," City
Manager J. M. Barringer of Flint said.
"This city has no money to spend,"
William Walker of the Detroit De-
partment of Public Works said. "The
only thing we can use is an outright
"Where are we to get the money
to finance (preliminary work) ?" ques-
tioned the Bay City manager, George
L. Lusk.
A. R. Clancy, chairman of the
commission, said the answers could
not be given until the relief bill now
before Congress, is passed and the,
machinery set up to administer it.
The commission conferred with
representatives of thirteen of the
larger cities of the state to formulate
a program of municipal works project.
Electroscope Finds
Radium For Doctor,

closed. There are available several
committee jobs calling for work on
the Michigan Handbook, the All-
Campus Jamboree, a publication of
photos, and on lectures. All students,
men or women, interested in trying
out for the S.C.A. should phone the
secretary at Lane Hall, 8969, and
make an appointment for interviews.
STryout positions lead to cabinet jobs
executive positions, summer coun-
selling jobs, and counselling jobs at
Freshman camp.
University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Information:
The Bureau has recently received no-
tice of the following U. S. Civil Serv-
ice examinations:
Editorial Clerk, $1,800 to $2,300. Ap-
prentice Fish-Culturist, $1,020 (both1
hatchery and mechanical experience
asked for). Junior and Assistant Mic-
roanalyst, Food and Drug Administi'a-
tion, $2,000 to$2,600.gAssistant Super-
visor of Elementary Education, In-
dian Field Service, $3,200. Junior
Medical Officer (Interne), St. Eliza-

Leaders of the exeutive councilc
are shcwn as they left the White H
Rcsevelt concerning their views o
bill. LEft to right: Matthew Wel
Jchn Lewis of the United Mine W
the Federation, and Edward McGr
o'clock. Alumni Memorial Hall, West
Gallery. For faculty members.
Exhibition of Persian Miniature
Paintings sponsored by the Research
Seminary in Islamic Art. Alumni
Memorial Hall, South Gallery. Feb
14 to March 14. Open daily from 2
to 5 o'clock. Gallery talks to be an-
noun ed. ven ts T o d ay
English Journal Club: Regular
meeting will be held in the League.
Important business meeting at 4 p.m.,
involving a question of policy. Pro-
gram open to the public at 4:15. Sub-
ject: Contemporary Literature and
the College Curriculum. Leader, Men-
tor Williams.
'Ensian Tryouts: There will be work
this afternoon for editorial tryouts.
Report at the Student Publications
Building any time after 2 p.m.
Athletic Group of the Michigan
Dames meets from 8 to 10 p.m. at
Palmer Field House. Those wishing
to attend, and do not have tickets.
please call Mrs. Gast, 6138.
Program Committee of the Junior
Girls' Play meets at 4 p.m., Under-
graduate Office of the League.
Party at Stalker Hall: Methodist
students and their friends of college
age at 8:30. There will be a small
admission charge to cover cost of
dancing and refreshments. Plan to
come and meet old and new friends
Roger William Guild will give a Val-
entine Party at 8 o'clock at the
Guild House. All new students in-
terested in the Guild are cordially
invit ed.
Aeronautical Engineers' Division of
A.S.M.L.: There will be a meeting on
Monday, Feb. 18, Room 316, Michigan
Union, 7:30 p.m. Professor Thompson
will talk on "From Wind Tunnel to
Full Scale." High speed exposure films
will be shown and refreshments will
be served,
Beta Kappa Rho members aid in-
itiates are reminded that initiation
doesn't keep his wits about him
is Saturday evening, Feb. 16, at 8:30
o'clock, Michigan League.
Dance for Graduate Students on
Saturday, Feb. 16. in the Women's
Athletic Building from nine until
twelve o'clock. Admission 35 cents.
Students in any of the graduate
schools are cordially invited.
Genesee Club: Regular dinner
meeting on Sunday, Feb. 17, at 4:30
in Union. Professor Slosson will speak
on "A Historian Looks At Life." Mem-
bers please make reservations with
president by Friday.
Lutheran Student Club will inau-
gurate a new program Sunday, Feb.
17. A series of discussions based on
the book "My Life" will be lead by

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Vorkers; William Green, president of selection in the country. Associated
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Naw eitng Sh own. T Y P E W R I T I N G AND MIMEO-
GRAPHING promptly and neatly
Jfy @ Staf f done in our own shop by experi-
enced operators atsmoderate rates.
0. D. Morrill's Typewriter and Sta-
A giant sailfish, nearly six feet long, tionery Store, 314 S. State Street.
has been arranged in an exhibit on llx
the second floor of the University Mu-
seums, it was announced yesterday
by Miss Crystal Thompson, curator
of the visual education department. TIE SCREEN
The great silvery fish, given to the
Museums by Mrs. W. H. Winslow of
South Haven, Mich., is one of the AT THE MICHIGAN
outstanding fish-specimens in the "SWEET ADl. INF"
Museums, Miss Thompson stated. Its A warer Brothers' picture starring
gigntc drsl inth "..l fom Irene Dunne (brunett and bee-ooti
gigantic dorsal fin, the ai f l), and featuring Hugh Herbertand
v which the fish takes its name, is Ne sparks in the su~porting roles.
learly two feet square. It is col- Also "King of the Everglades" a sport-
oeday oa bu.Tefihisl light, "Irish Sweepstakes;" Paul Terry
red a deep royal blue. The fish itself animated cartoon; and a Paramount
is, for the most part, silver, with blue news reel.
and some green markings. Claudette Colbert is brunette and
The fish came from off the coast slender (albeit a bit curly) and Irene
of Florida, where it put up what is Dunne is brunette and slender, too.
vietermed a "terrific fight" when caught. th of the fast that one follows
The sailfish is one of the outstanding the other in starring roles on the
Te sifishi of the utandins Michigan's screen, it is interesting
gam fshpofnte tl ,to note that all similarity ends at
Thempsh iedhit. . this point. No two stars could be
T'he sailfish exhibit, which is at more different. Whereas Miss Col-
the rear of the second floor of the bert.seems except for "Cleopatra," to
Museum, is the first of a series of be "typed" in the part of a modern
exhibits on which Miss Thompson "young thing." Miss Dnne seems to
and her staff are working. Among the be chronologically retrogressing. It's
ones which will be displayed soon some time, in point of fact, since she
are those of vertical distribution of has played in a prominent picture
land forms and of fish life in gen- that was not set in the gay nineties,
t eral. with gentleman in bowler hats, sal-
Exactly when these exhibits will oons, and hansom cabs on each and
be opened to the public is not known every corner. Those (and there may
as yet, Miss Thompson stated. be more than a few) who are weary
- ~of seeing Irene Dunne do her stuff
. .in ankle length costume may decide
To Discuss Acquisition Of that it takes more than Jerome Kern
Pu c Works Program and Oscar Hammerstein II melodies
to tip the celluloid scales to a favor-
The acquisition of a part of the able balance. G. 1. W., Jr.
ploploscd Federal $4,880.000 public
work3 proram will be the principa
l fpic lunde i" scussion by municipal M 1C;
and county officials from Washten- The Musical Roanc
Saw and Monroe counties when the s Broadway In Its En
i meet Feb. 23 in the Union. iB N E fcr 63 Capacity wee
Speakers at the meeting will be
.Harold D. Smith, executive secretary
of the Michigan Municipal League
1 <.nd members of the State Planning
Commission. It is expected that
mcmbers of the University faculty
may also address the gathering. Engi-
neers, architects, and other technical
advisers will also be brought to Ann
Arbor for the conference, officials With
said. Hie
the student pastor and several stu-
dents. Also Sportligh
The supper will be served promptly
at 6:00 o'clock and the social hour ~ ~ -
will follow the discussions. AT ! s
All Lutheran students on the cam- LAST T SH E
pus are invited. The story that
has proved
International Relations Supper so success-A
sponsored by the A.A.U.W. League of fuI as a novel /
Women Voters and the League of Na- I and a pay
tions Association Sunday evening,
Feb. 17, at 6:15, ballroom of the
League. '1
Matinees 34c Evenings 4c
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(Continued from Page 1) . beths Hospital, $2,000. Engineering
of solid oak, was torn up. The dust Draftsman (Highway), $1,800.
under it was all scooped up and placed Announcements are on file at the
in a soup plate. Held over the plate, Bureau, 201 Mason Hall. Office hours
the detector gesticulated violently. 9 to 12, 2 to 4.
The dust was put into two places,
and one eliminated as not contain_ Notice: There are calls at the pres-
ing the radium. The dust in the l ent time from some of the summer
remnaining plate was divided and an- camps asking for educational coun-
other eliminated, and so on until only I selors in various fields.
a teaspoonful of dust remained. When Those who are interested will please
the detector was brought near this see Mrs. Dobson in the Bureau of Ap-
spoon, its repeated vibrations indi- pointments and Occupational Infor-
cated that the radium was in the mation. 201 Mason Hall. Office hours
9 to 12,2 to 4.
Search into tho spoonful of dust
proved the correctness of Professor Johnson O'Connor: Mr. O'Connor
Smith's belief. The radium was there. of the Human Engieermg Labora-
doctor was saved $507, and anothertories of Stevens Institute and Bos-
doctor entered his office free from ton, will conduct a two-day testing
program here on Feb. 20-21. Only nine
fear that his life might be endangered appointments are available. These vo-
by a contact with the death-dealing c
substance. cational tests are given personally and
The doctor who lost the radium individually. No preparation is re-
thought at first he had dropped two quired. Any student may apply for
tiny tubes, but after the professor appointment. The testing period is
went over the entire building with his
radium-detector, he was convinced N hU
that he was _mistaken_
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