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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FIDAY,

APRIL 5, 1935

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
tli n iIn the. Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
'ty. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11 :30 a.M. Saturday.

Abandons Law; Finds Banditry Pays Less

ICIna,.wdified irtaurv

which is not in the English Office,
3221 Angell Hall by 4:30 p.m. of that
day.
Htward M. Jones, Acting Director
Bicnsen-Thoinas Prize in German:
Essays must be handed in today, and
the examination will be held today
in Room 204 U.H. from 2:00 to 5:00.
Women Students Remaining in Ann
Aiber During Spring Vacation:
We have in the office of the Dean
of Women a list of houses which will
be open during spring vacation for
girls who are staying in Ann Arbor.
Sc:crity Hcuse Presidents or Chap-
erones:
If any sorority houses are to be
open during spring vacation, please
notify the office of the Dean of Wom-
en at once.
llcusnhcads, Chaperones, and Un-
dergraduate Women:
All League houses and sorority
houses with students staying in
them during the Spring vacation are
under Summer Session regulations;
that is, closing hour during the week
is 11 o'clock, 1 :30 on Friday nights,
and 12:30 on Saturday nights.
Alice C. Lloyd, Dean of Women
Students, College of Engineering: I
The final day for the removal ofI
incompletes will be Saturday, April 6.1
In cases of extenuating circumstances
this time limit may be extended, but
a petition for extension of time must
be filed in the Secretary's Office on
or before Saturday, April 6.
Students, School of Education:
Permission to drop courses without
"E" grades will not be given after
Friday, April 5, except under extra-
ordinary circumstances. No course
is considered officially dropped unless
it has been reported in the office of
the Registrar, Room 4, University

WANTED
WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main . 7x
NOTICE
RAGGEDY ANN BEAUTY SHOP,
1115 S. University. Special on per-
manents until April 15. Regular
$5, $6, 7, permanents for $3.50, $4,
$5. Featuring the new Glo-Tone,
regular $6. for $4. Soft water
shampoo and finger wave, 50c.
Phone 7561. 12x
CORRECTION: The price of 35c
formerly quoted in advertisements
of the Raggedy Ann Beauty Shop
should be 50c.
181

LAUNDRY
STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006.
9x

-Associated Press P oto.
William Bradley (right), who said lie abandoned a law practice in
North Carelina beravkse it wasn't profitable and turned to robbing fuiling
staticns, found that crime doesn't pay either. He was arrested in
Milwaukee and charged with robberies in Ohio, Michigan, Illinois and
Wisconsin.

NEW AND USED CARS - Largest
selection in the country. Associated
Motor Services, Inc. 317 W. Huron.
Ph. 2-3268. "Let's get acquainted."
lox
HAVE YOU TRIED white pistachios?
At the Union desk, White Spot, Par-
rot. They're delicious. 182
LOST AND FOUND
LADY'S white gold Longines watch
with black cord strap. Return to
Box 40, Mich. Daily.
A REWARD will be given for the re-
turn of a grey topcoat lost on the
campus last week. Call Daily 2-1214.
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the League, and "Contemporary" of-
fice. v,31 re
Academic Notices To Sp10eak I
History 48: Hour examination, ; - -

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April 16, at 10 a.m. Sections 1and 5
in Room D, Haven; sections 2, 3 and
4 in Room C, Haven.
Geography 1 and 2: Dr. Kendall
will be unable to meet his sections
in these courses on Thursday and
Friday, April 4 and 5.
Preliminary Examinations for Ph.
D. Degree in Economics: Examina-
tio~ns uwill hbehlfhe week of May 6

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Applicants for the doctorate wishing
to write the examinations at that
Students, Cohege of Literature, time should leave their names in the
Science, and the Arts:
Except under extraordinary cir- department office at once.
cumstances, courses dropped after
today will be recorded with a grade Lectures
of E. University Lecture:
Prof. Bronislaw Malinowski, of the
Faculty, College of Literature, University of London, will speak on
Science, and the Arts: Midsemester the subject "The Economic Motive
reports are due today. in the Development of Civilization,"
W. H. Humphreys, Tuesday, April 16, at 4:15 p.m., in
Assistant Dean Natural Science Auditorium. The
public is cordially invited.

Investi ations DISAPPEARED: Black Persian tom
cat. Children's pet. Reward. Call
(Continued from Page 1) 8321. 180
worship. The Tuxis Society, meet- LOST: Pedigreed police dog. Name
ing at 6 p.m., will be led by Robert "Pal" and A.K.L. on collar. Missing
Lowry in a study of the life of William since Tuesday. Reward. Call 2-1717.
Whiting Bordon. During the Spring 183
vacation the Young Peoples' Society
will meet with the Tuxis group in the CHICAGO CHANGES RULING
Church House. CHICAGO, April 3.-- By an over-
The Lenten topic chosen by Rev. C. whelming majority of 21 to 2, the In-
A. Brauer for the 9 a.m. service at the terfraternity Council last night voted
St. Paul's Lutheran Church, is "Cal- to abolish the present system of de-
vary's ,Miracles." and for the 10:45 ferred rushing at the University and
service, "The Cross, Our Salvation." empowered the Executive Committee
The third in the series of illustrated to confer with the University admin-
lectures on "The Life of Peter," de- istration in drawing up a new plan
livered by Rev. Brauer, is entitled of rushing for next fall.
"Going Up to Jerusalem." The cus- -
tomary student league supper will be
omitted for the next two Sundays. REDUCED
The 11:00 a.m. service of the St.RE U D
Andrew's Episcopal church will be VACATION FARES
delivered by the Rev. Henry Lewis, VIA
and at 7 p.m. the topic "Family Life
in America and Abroad" will be dis- GREYHOU N D
cussed at the student meeting in Har-
ris Hall. Foreign students will be$9
among those who will participate in NEW YORK. $19.05
this discussion. Round Trip
The Hillel Foundation has engaged
a caterer to serve Passover meals to C H ICA O . . . $5.40
Jewish students in the University Round Trip
during the period beginning on April
17th, it was announced last night, by CLEVELAND $7.20
Dr. Bernard Heller. The meals will Round Trip
be served at the northeast corner of Other Low Round Trip Fares
State and Hill streets in the building SPECIAL THROUGH BUSSES
which was formerly the Delta Chi
fraternity house. The Sedorium will n n
be conducted by Dr. Heller. Phone 4151 Hours: 12 - 12:30, 5 - 6
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LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
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Crunchy. And their flavor
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T1y Rice Krispies for
breakfast or lunch. They're
extra tempting when you
add fruit or honey.
And for that bedtime
snack, after an evening of
study or fun, there's noth-
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bowlful of these delicious
toasted rice bubbles. Light,
nourishing, easy to digest.
They help you sleep.
At restaurants, hotels and
grocers everywhere. Oven-
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Quality guaranteed.
Atop IC Na
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Listen!-
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READ THE WANT ADS
IMICHIGAN1

the University Committee on Student Physical Education for Women:
Conduct, having been called together Registration for the outdoor sea-
to consider the charges made against son will take place in Barbour Gym-
the Phi Beta Delta fraternity in con- nasium on Monday and Tuesday,
nection with the dinner-dance given April 15 and 16, from 10-12, and 1:30-
by the fraternity at the Michigan 5:00.
League Building on March 23, has All students desiring to elect physi-
found that on the occasion in ques- cal education at this time should
tion the use of intoxicating liquor was register on one of these days.
permitted and that as a result the
party was not conducted in accord- All Students: All students on the
ance with the htandards for social campus interested in competing in
afairs as set forth by the University the Freshman Project Poster Contest
and therefore the Subcommittee should see the University Hall bulle-
hereby directs: tins for further information.
1. That beginning on this date,
the Phi Beta Delta fraternity suspend Dance Club: The following is a
its functions as a fraternity for the schedule of rehearsals for the dance
remainder of the current semester, program in addition to those during
and class periods:
2. That the chapter house be Campus Satire, Tuesday 4:15, Sat-
closed for the remainder of current urday 11:00.
semester. Dance of Greeting, Tuesday, 4:45,
Earl V. Moore, Thursday, 4:30.T
Secretary of the Subcommittee Fire Dance, Tuesday 5:00, Thurs-
day 5 :00.
Faculty, School of Education: An Satie, Wednesday 7:30, Thursday
all-school forum including the fac- 9:00.
ulties of the University High School, Dynamics and Focus, Wednesday
University Elementary School, and 8:00.
School of Education will be held in Stations, Wednesday 9:00, Thurs-
the library of the Elementary School day 4:15, Saturday 10:30.
on Tuesday evening, April 16, at 7:30 Religious Cycle, Wednesday 4:00,
o'clock. The theme is "What are Thursday 7:30.
some of the specific things that are Balance, Tuesday 8:00, Wednesday
not now being done which should be 4:45, Thursday 8:30.
done for the better coordination of Mixed Rhythms, Tuesday 8:30.
the laboratory schools and the other Frer Jacque, Tuesday 8:30.
parts of the School of Education?" Bartok (three), Wednesday 5:00.
[t is hoped that all members of the Friday 4:00, Saturday 10:00.
three faculties may be in attendance
and participate in the discussion. Contemporary: Subscribers t o
"Contemporary" who have not yet
Hopwood Contestants: Students obtained their copies of the April is-
mtering manuscripts in the Hopwood sue may call for them at the office in
contests are reminded that the con- the Student Publications Building.
best closes Wed., April 17, 1935;, and There are still a few copies for sale
that no manuscript will be received1at Miller's, Swift's, Wahr's, Ulrich's,

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Lcture: E. Norman Pearson, mem-
ber of the Board of Directors of the
Theosophical Society in America, will
deliver a lecture on "The Reality of
the Invisible," tonight at 8 p.n., in
the League Chapel. The Ann Arbor
Theosophical Society invites the pub-
lic cordially.
Exhibitions
Architectural Building Exhibition:
The prize and medal drawings of the
Collaborative Competition of the
American Academy in Rome are on
exhibition in the Architectural Build-
ing daily, 9 to 6, for the balance of
this week.
Coming Events
Cosmopolitan 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 wish to go meet on Satur-
day at 1 p.m. in front of Angell Hall.
Transportation will be provided.
Harris Hall: On Sunday evening at
7 o'clock in Harris Hall there will be
a special meeting for foreign stu-
dents and for those who are remain-
ing in Ann Arbor for vacation. A
discussion on Customs in America
and other lands will be held. All
students and their friends are cor-
dially invited.
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church:

Services of worship Sunday are: 8
a.m. Holy Communion; 9:30 a.m.
Church School, 11:00 a.m. Kinder-
garten, 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion
and Sermon by the Rev. Henry Lewis;
5:00 p.m. Young People's Fellowship
discussion and tea at Harris Hall. -
Today - Saturday
First Run in Ann Arbor
MR. & MRS. MARTIN JOHNSON'S
An Aerial Epic Over Africa
Pi"s
GEO. O'BRIEN
in Harold Bell Wright's
"WHEN A MAN'S
AMAN"

' Every evening we fea-
turea bigSTEAK DIN.
NER for only-
50c
And don't forget....
Every noon we serve a
delicious lunch for only
35c
The MICHIGAMME
RESTAURANT
Next to the Michigan Theatre

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EVENING ON
MAIN FLOOR

If you DOUGHNUT
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about it ...
Our Specialties-

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AKE YOUR GRASS
HELP YOU CH0KE OUT WEEDS!

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Ending Tonight - Two first-run, first choice features.
MAY ROBSON Tullio Carminati
GRAn LDGIL" andLilian Harvey
GRNndD'L"LET'S LIVE TONIGHT"
Showing at 2:00-4:34-7:13-9:47 Showing at 3:24 - 8:24
TOMORROW-

FRESH
NUTS,
mouth.
FANCY
NUTS.

CRISP DOUGH.
that melt in your
2 for 5
ICED DOUGH-
3 for 10c

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earlier in the spring than weed
roots. By giving your lawn a
square ieal as soon as the frost
is out or the 'otard, you can
give the rass such a quick,
healh y starl that weeds ill
find lit ie roi io gow.
lu t ?t takes a vriy thick t rf
and a 4leep, i Led root sys-

tem to choke out weeds. You
can have this kind of grass only
byfeeding a complete, balanced
plant food, such as Vigoro.
With Vigoro you take no
chances. It suppliesall thefood
elements growing things need
from the soil, 1t is sanitary,
odorkss. easy to use. Econom-
ica.l, Lcause its res uts are sure.

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WAFFLES smothered in
syrup and melted butter, the

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you grow... wiih
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