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Is Preparing
Italian Offensive

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia, April 3.
(-~A Authoritative sources revealed
today that Ethiopia is moving mili-
tary forces close to the frontiers of
Eritrea and Italian Somaliland to
prepare for what the government
regards as an Italian threat.
Government sources contended the
troop movements were solely for de-
fensive purposes. The Ethiopian
fighting units were described as be-
ing on a more efficient basis than
ever, before. They were under strict
orders to avoid all contact with the
border garrisons of Italy.
Mrs.Hauptmann Objects
To Fee, Fires Counsel
NEW YORK, April 3. -(k')- Mrs.
Bruno Richard Hauptmann today
said she had dismissed Edward J.
Reilly as chief counsel for her hus-
She dismissed Reilly, she said, be-
cause he had presented a bill for
$25,000 which she regarded as "ex-
orbitant and prematurely presented."
Discharge of Reilly, she said, auto-
matically raises C. Lloyd Fisher, of
Flemington, N. J., to the head of the
defense counsel.
She decided the dismissal of Reilly,
she went on, after a conference with
her husband in the Trenton death
Hnt Two Negroes In
Murder Of iHan, Wife
-(P)- State police tonight threw a
guard over highways to the south in
an effort to apprehend two unidenti-
fied Negroes who they believe mur-
dered Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Coleman
and escaped in the dead man's auto-
The bodies of the aged man and his
wife, relatives of Circuit Judge Fred-
erick W. Coleman, were found in a
well on their farm today by officers
called to the home by Thomas Brax-
ton, Negro hired man.
Report New American
Glider Flight Record
NEW YORK, April 3. -(R)- Lewin
Bennitt Barringer reported to thel
Soaring Society of America late today
that he had landed at Piketown, Pa.,
10 miles north of Harrisburg, after
a glider flight of more than 160 miles.
The Soaring Society expressed a
belief that Barringer had achieved
his aim of setting a new American
flight record.

Mon i the Bulletin Is constru1ctive notice to all members of the
rltty. co y reeived at the office of the Assistant to the President
untl 3.30; 211:a.m. SaturdAy.
THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1935 gested series, or have built entirelyj
VOL. XLV No. 137 new programs, a report is submitted
to the Extension Division committee.
Notices If this body approves of the proposed
The Student and Faculty Teas held talks, then and not until then, an
at the President's house will be omit- effort is made to book the various
ted during the remainder of April. speakers.
Inasmuch as I am not familiar with
all of the research projects conducted
Notice To. Seniors, Graduate Stu- I upon the campus, and as many in-
dents: Diploma fees are payable now. teresting topics have not been dis-
Early settlement is necessary for the cussed over the radio, I am asking
preparation of diplomas. In no case members of the Faculty to suggest
will the University confer a degree at topics and speakers for the 1935-36
commencement upon any student seaso no
who fails to pay his fee before 4 In place of sending a letter to the
o'clock Wednesday, May 22. Chairman of each school or college
In case the Faculty does not rec- committee, I am taking this method
ommend any payer, the fee will besI
refudedon urrederof eceit fr of requesting the privilege of meetinga
refunded on surrender of receipt for with the various committees to dis-
payment pcuss the radio program for the com-
The above applies also to fees for ing season.
all special certificates. Waldo Abbot,
Candidates for degrees or certifi- D datig
cates should at once fill out card at Director of Broadcasting._
office of the Secretary of their own rOmen Students Remaining in Ann
college or school, pay the cashier* of Arbor During Spring Vacation:
the University, have card receipted, We have in the office of the Dean
andftile dca td setionSe rethis re of Women a list of houses which will
ceitedcar wih te Screaryofbe open during spring vacation for
their own school or college. (Stu- girls who are staying in Ann Arbor.
dents enrolled in the Literary Col- -__
lege, College of Architecture, School Househeads, Chaperons, and Un-
of Music, School of Education, and dergraduate Women:
School of Forestry and Conservation, All League houses and sorority
please note that blanks forms should houses which students staying in
be obtained and receipted cards filed- them during the Spring vacation are3
in the Recorder's Office, Room 4, under Summer Session regulations;
University Hall. that is, closing hour during the week
Please do not delay until the last is 11 o'clock, 1:30 on Friday nights,
day, but attend to this matter at and 12:30 on Saturday nights.
once. We must letter, sign, and seal Alice C. Ldyd, Dean of Women
approximately 2,000 diplomas and j
certificates, and we shall be greatlyISoroity House Presidents or Chap-
helped in this work by early payment Srones:
of the fee and the resulting longer If any sorority houses are Lo be
period for preparation. open during spring vacation, please
Shirley W. Smith notify the office of the Dean of Wom-
* - The Cashier's Office is closed on en at once.
Saturday afternoons.
Graduate School: Students enrolled
To the Members of the University in the Graduate School will not be
Council: permitted to drop courses after Spring
The next meeting of the University vacation. A course is not officially.
Council will be held on April 15 at dropped until it is reported in theI
4:15 p.m., Room 1009 Angell Hall. office of the Graduate School. 1014

Place advertisements with Classified
Advertising Department. Phone 2-1214.
The classified columns close at five
o'clock previous to day of insertion.
Box numbers may be secured at no
extra charge.
Cash in advance lie per reading line
(on basis of five average words to
line) for one or two insertions.
10c per reading line for three or
more insertions.
Minimum 3 lines per insertion.
Telephone rate -15c per reading line
for one or two insertions.
14c per reading line for three or
more insertions.
.0% discount if paid within ten days
from the date of last insertion.
Minimum three lines per insertion.
By contract, per line --2 lines daily, one
4 lines E.O.D., 2 months ..........3c
2 lies daily, college year........7c
4 lines E.O.D., college year.......7c
100 lines used as desired.........9c
300 lines used as desired.........BC
1,000 lines used as desired....... 7o
2,000 lines used as desired. .6c
The above rates are per reading line,
based on eight reading lines per inch.
ionic type, upper and lower case. Add
6c p~er line to above sates for all capital
letters. Add 6c per line to above for
bold face, upper and lower case. Add
1Oc per line to above rates for bold face
capital letters.
The above rates are for 7% point
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main . 7x
Featured In
Art Exhibition

Clemency To Greek Rebels Protested

Classified DirectoryJ

-Associated Press Photo.
Failure of the Greek government to mete out the death penalty
to convicted rebel officers brought storms of protest from the public and
resulted in student demonstrations, talk of another revolution, and
demands for re:tciaticn of the monarchy. This picture shows some of
the rebel officers being court-martialed in Athens.

1115 S. University. SpeciaLon per-
manents until Ami 1 eu
$5, $6, 7, permanents for $3.50, 4,
$5. Featuring the new Gl-Tone.
regular $6. for $4. Soft wter
shampoo and finger wave. 50.
Phone 7561. 12
CORRECTION: The -rice of 35c
formerly quoted in adverismem s
of the Raggedy Ann Beauty Shop
should be 50c.
selection in the country. Associated
Motor Services, Inc. 317 W. huron,
Ph. 2-3268. "Let's get acquainted'
At the Union desk, White Spot, Par-
rot. They're delicious. i.32
STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3000.
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
LADY'S white gold Longines :r
with black cord strap. Retu to
Box 40, Mich. Daily.
A REWARD will be iven fur e
turn of a grey
campus last week. Call Daily 2
DISAPPEARED: Black Peri v'm
cat. Children's pet. Rewavrd. (
8321. -
LOST: Pedigreed police dog. Na c
"Pal" and A.K.L. on collar. _.
since Tuesday. Reward. Cal 2<7.
Benton, "The Hero" by Goge Gros,
"Union Square" by Reginald ari,
"Waterfront Scene" by Rahael Sey-
er, "Tom Mooney" by Geoge c ,
and "City Wharves' by Chrles
Some of the 'etch s nd y-
points are "The Bell Tower Mona"
by Samuel Chamberlin, "Ven
Arthur W. Heintzclman, "he e
Making" by Charles H. Wocury

contests are reminded that the con-
test closes Wed., April 17, 1935; and
that no manuscript will be received
which is not in the English Office,
3221 Angell Hall by 4:30 p.m. of that
Howard M. Jones, Acting Director

Thecsophical Society in America, will
deliver a lecture on "The Reality of
the Invisible," Friday, 8 p.m., Mich-
igan League Chapel. The Ann Arbor
Theosophical Society invites the pub-
lic cordially.
The Student-Faculty Anti-War
Committee announces that Prof. Rob-
ert Morse Lovett of the University'
of Chicago will speak in Hill Audi-
torium Thursday, April 4, at 4 p.m.
His subject will be "War and the Col-

PciKtical Science Journal Club will
not meet today.
Physical Education for Women:
Registration for the outdoor sea-
son will take place in Barbour Gym-
nasium on Monday and Tuesday,
April 15 and 16, from 10-12, and 1:30-
All students de'iring to elect physi-
cal education at this time should
register on one of these days.
Dance Club: The following is a
schedule of rehearsals for the dance.
program in addition to those during
class periods:
Campus Satire, Tuesday 4:15, Sat-
urday 11:00.
Dance of Greeting, Tuesday, 4:45,
Thursday, 4:30.
Fire Dance, Tuesday 5:00, Thurs-


Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
University Council.
The Automobile Regulation will be
lifted for the Spring vacation period
from 12 noon on Friday, April 5, and
ending on Monday morning, April 15,
at 8 a.m.
W. B. Rea,
Assistant to the Dean of Students
University Broadcasting:
The choice of radio speakers and1
topics for the 1935-36 season of Uni-
versity broadcasting must be com-
pleted before May 1 in order that
speakers may be obtained and the an-
nual announcement, which is sent to
the schools, may be printed. No
speakers or topics have yet been de-
termined upon, despite the publica-
tion of a tentative program. The an-
nouncement of the suggested program
in The Daily was premature, inas-
much as none of the following pro-
cedure had been complied with.
Lists of speakers and topics are
made out to be submitted to the com-
mittees appointed in the various
schools and colleges. After these
committees have corrected the sug-

Angell Hall.
Students who have changed their
elections since submitting election'
cards should report the changes at
the office of the Graduate School.
This involves the dropping and add-
ing of courses, the substitution of one
course for another, as well as the
change of instructors.
C. S. Yoakum, Dean
Faculty, School of Education: An
all-school forum including the fac-
ulties of the University High School,I
University Elementary School, and
School of Education will be held inI
the library of the Elementary School
on Tuesday evening, April 16, at 7:301
o'clock. The theme is "What are
some of the specific things that are
not now being done which should be
done for the better coordination of
the laboratory schools and the other
parts of the School of Education?"
It is hoped that all members of the
three faculties may be' in attendance
and participate in the discussion.-

leges." All students and faculty are Paintings Are Displayed
cordially invited to attend.
In Alumni Memorial
Exhibitions Hall Gallery
Architectural Building Exhibition: S
The prize and medal drawings of the Several large color reproductions of
Collaborative. Competition of the modern European paintings, made by
American Academy in Rome are on the collctype of photogelatin process,
exhibition in the Architectural Build- are featured in the exhibit which re-
ing daily, 9 to 6, for the balance of cently went on display i the south
this week. I gallery of Alumni Memorial Hall.
Two sets of original lithographs
from the Contemporary Print Group
Events Today of New York cJealing with the theme,
Zoology Seminar: Miss Chen will "The American Scene," which were
report on "The Germ Cell Cycle in recently purchased by the fine arts
the Trematode, Paragonimus," and department, were also placed on dis-
Mr. Eschmeyer on "Annual Fish Pro- play, as well as pages from a port-
duction of a Michigan Lake," 7:30 folio called "The Graphic Process,"
p.m.. Room 2116 N. S. by Louis C. Holman, which deals his-

day 5:00.
Satie, Wednesday 7:30, Thursday
9:00. -


Dynamics and Focus, Wednesday
8:00. Geological Journal, Club meets at
Stations, Wednesday 9:00, Thurs- 7:00 p.m., Room 3065 N.S. Program:
j day 4:15, Saturday 10:30. Brief Reviews - Mr. McNair, Mr.
Religious Cycle, Wednesday 4:00, Breed, Mr. Tague, and Miss Long.
Thursday 7:30. Twenty minute papers: Mr. Young
Balance, Tuesday 8:00, Wednesday and Mr. Dow.
f a Th rcrlxr R"m

I4:%o, 1Ilu sway o-..5u.

Mixed Rhythms, Tuesday 8:30.
Frer Jacque, Tuesday 8:30.
Bartok (three), Wednesday 5
Friday 4:00, Saturday 10:00.
Academic Notices


History 48: Hour examination,
April 16, at 10 a.m. Sections 1 and 5
in Room D, Haven, sections 2, 3 and
4 in Room C, Haven.

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Special U. of M. Sailing to




with the
University of Michigan Union Dance Orchestra
June 20, 1935, from New York
W STUDENT TOUR *.......2 3 2
for Students over 19 years - $281.00
For Information-
JULES HALTENBERGER, '36E, Union Travel Desk 1 to 2 p.m.
or EUGENE G. KUEBLER, 601 East Huron St., Ph. 6412

Students, School of Education:
Permission to drop courses without Geography 1 and 2: Dr. Kendall
"E" grades will not be given after will be unable to meet his sections
Friday, April 5, except under extra- in these courses on Thursday and
ordinary circumstances. No course Friday, April 4 and 5.
is considered officially dropped unless
it has been reported in the office of Candidates for the Teacher's Cer-
the Registrar, Room 4, University tificate, June, 1935: A tentative list
Hall.aIof candidates in the School of Edu-
cation, College of Literature, Science
Students, College of Architecture: I and the Arts, and the Graduate
Except under extraordinary circum- School to be recommended for the
stances, courses dropped after Friday, Teacher's Certificate in June, 1935,
April 5, will be recorded with a grade has been posted on the bulletin board
of E. in Room 1431, University Elementary
School. Any student whose name
Midsemester Reports, College of! does not appear on this list and who
Architecture: Cards for midsemester wishes to be so listed should report
reports on students enrolled in this this fact at once to the Recorder of
college are now being distributed. In- the School of Education, 1437 U.S.E.
structors are requested to return these
cards to the office of the College of Lectures
Architectureibefore the close of Compton Lecture: The fourth and
last of the series of addresses on
"Man's Place in God's World," by
Students, College of Literature, Dr. Arthur H. Compton in the Loud
Science, and the Arts: Except under Lectureship series will be given at
extraordinary circumstances, courses 8:15 p.m. this evening in the Hill
dropped after Friday, April 5, will be Auditorium; subject, "Is Death the
recorded with a grade of E. End?"
Foreign Students Attention: All j Lecture: E. Norman Pearson, nem-
foreign students who are to be in ber of the Board of Directors of the
town are cordially invited to be guests
of the Harris Hall Student Commit-
tee Sunday evening, April 7, at 7:00
o'clock, at Harris Hall. SPRING FLOWERS
J. Raleigh Nelson, at Moderate Prices.
Counsellor to Foreign Students G E N ERA L M A R K E T
Flower Department
Hopwood Contestants: Students 113 East Washington Phone 2-3147
entering manuscripts in the Hopwoodi

Faculty Women's Club meets at 3
p.m. in Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
Mrs. F. E. Wood of Chicago, who has
spent many years in Japan, will give
an address on "Japanese Floral Art."
The Michigan Dames will be the
guests of the club at this meeting.
Michigan Dames will be entertained
by the Faculty Women's Club, at 3
o'clock. Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
Michigan Dames: Members of the
Board of the Michigan Dames will
meet at the League, at 2:30 o'clock.
Coming Events
Cosmoelitan Club: There will be
a picnic, Saturday, April 6, at Prof.
and Mrs. Rufus' cottage at Crooked
Lake. All foreign students, members
and friends are welcome. Games and
refreshments will be available. Please
sign at the desk at Lane Hall, or on
the bulletin board in library. All
those who wiish to go meet on Satur-
day at 1 p.m. in front of Angell Hall.
Transportation will be provided.
Dr. Clinton Munder, Los Angeles,
will lecture on the Townsend Plan
at 8 p.m., April 7, in the Ypsilanti
High School Auditorium. The lecture
is being sponsored by the Ypsilanti
branch of the Washtenaw County

torically and technically with the
various types of prints and contains
original examples.
A series of etchings anu 'points,
some of which are published semi-
annually by the American College
Society of Print Collectors, and the
from traveling exhibits, are also in-
cluded in the exhibit.
The colotypes were-taken from the
collection in the fine arts study room,
and represent work of the nineteenth
and twentieth century.
Among the collotypes on display are
"Landscape," by Monet, an impres-
sionist, "Tahiti Women," by Ganguin,
a post-impressionist, and "Absinth
Drinker," by Picasso, a contempory
The original lithograph collection
includes "Mine Strike" by Thomas
British Isles - Norwegian Fjords -
Paris tour July 5 - Aug. 26 - $43,5.
third class -- $495 tourist class. Other
European tours $310 - $735 - Cir.u-
Lars upon request.


Come Down to
Hagen's Recess Taveirn
Ashley Street Between
Liberty and Washington


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