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APRIL 20, 1935

1ubot*~un the Buletn i oonstrctive notice to all memberu 0 the
UDlv~rsityA 0 Cy receiv d at the office of the Assistant to the Pre deut
until 3:30;1130 aam. Saturday.

Huey Ignores Relief Administrator's Threats

mittee for the freshman project, will
meet all freshman women who have
not yet paid their $1.00 project dues
Saturday afternoon from 2 to 5 in
the Undergraduate Offices at the
Poetry Reading Contest: The final
time for entering this contest is 4
p.m. Wednesday, April 24. The name
and telephone number of each con-
testant and the list of poetry to be
used must be handed in to Professor
Hollister, or Professor Eich, or at the
office of the Department of Speech
and General Linguistics, Room 3211,
Angell Hall. Contestants must be
eligible to take part in public activi-
ties. Each contestant will have 12
minutes in which to talk about and
interpret from memory the poetry
College of Architecture Seniors:
Orders for commencement invitations
announcements must be in by 5 p.m.,
Monday, April 22. See Rose Mary
Best, second floor drafting room, 8-
10, 3:30-5 on Monday.
Academic Notices
English 88: I shall not meet Eng-
lish 88 on Monday, April 22. The
writing assignment for next week will
be due Wednesday, April 24.
A. L. Bader
Events Today
Iota Sigma Pi: The initiation will
be held at the home of Mrs. Alfred
H. White, 608 Onondaga Avenue, 4
p.m. Initiation dinner will be at
6:45 p.m., Michigan League, when
Helen Norris Morse, National Secre-
tary, will speak on "X-ray and Bac-
Les Voyageurs: The initiation ban-
quet will be held at the Stevens Lake
House, Whitmore Lake, at 6 p.m., in-
stead of at the cabin as previously
arranged. All active members and
those volunteering transportation will
meet at the cabin af2 p.m.
U-M Outdoor Club: There will be
a hike this afternoon to the Boy
Scout Cabin along the Huron River.
There the group will play games and
have an outdoor supper. Return to
town about 7 p.m. Any student in-
terested in going may leave with the
group from the Women's Field House
at 2 p.m. The cost of the supper will
be between 20 and 30 cents.
All Graduate Students are invited
to attend a hike and supper out of
doors today in the Huron Hills. The
Graduate Outing Club, under the di-
rection of J. E. Marceau, will leave
Lane Hall at 3 p.m. Price of supper
will be 25 cents.
Women Students: There will be a
hike for all women students today.
Meet at the W..A.A. Building at 2 p.m.
Coming Events
Vulcans: Very important meeting
in the tower room of the Union at 6
o'clock, Sunday.
Engineering Open-house Display
Committee meeting at 4 o'clock Sun-
day at the Union. Please bring a
copy of your plans for the displays.
Assembly: Important meetings on
Tuesday, April 23, 4:15 p.m., at the
Music Section of the Faculty Wom-
en's Club will meet at the home of
Mrs. G. E. Densmore, 2116 Melrose
Ave., at 8 o'clock, Wednesday, April
24. This will be the final meeting of
the year, and election of officers will
be held. Glenn D. McGoech, instruc-
tor in the School of Music, will dis-
cuss the programs to be presented at
the May Festival.
Roger Williams Guild, Sunday:
7:15 a.m.-Students gather at
Guild House, walk to hills above fire-

place for Easter Service. Breakfast
at fireplace following. Call 7332 for
reservations by Saturday noon.
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-Associated Press Photo.
Unperturbed by the national administration's threats to withhold
work funds fyem the state, Senator Huey Long (left) pushed along bills
through the Louisiana legislature to give him control of expendituret of
work relief-funds. Harry L. Hopkins (lower right), Federal relief admin-
istrator, and Secretary Ickes (upper right), PWA adnministrator, have
threatened retaliation if the measures are approved.

LOST: Thursday eevning, near Pret-
zel Bell Tavern, stamped leather
bill fold, containing considerable
sun o money. Will finder please
phone 4075. Liberal reward. 191

Old Testament in Guild House, Mr. *
6:00 p.m.-Guild service. Mr.
Chapman will speak on the Oberom- IS
mergau Passion Play. Refreshments
follow the program.
Methodist Episcopal Church, Sun-
6:00 a.m. -Wesleyan Guild Easter sCOLUM
Sunrise Service. In the auditorium Mrs. Mar
of the church. The program has been welfare,o
arranged by Kappa Phi, Methodist statement
Girls' Club. "Christ's Last Week On warden of
Earth" will be portrayed through the accep
readings and music. All students and fective M
their friends of college age are cor-
dially invited. There will be no eve- In annc
Ding meeting of the Guild Easter man mad
Sunday. ters to th
7:00 a.m.- Easter Breakfast will sion, whi'
be served by Kappa Phi at Stalker Thomas
Hall for all friends of the church. Mr. Thom
Make reservations before Sunday, if The let
possible, by calling 6881. Tickets "The o
which are 25 cents per person, may E. Thomf
be purchased at Stalker Hall or the penitentia
church office. and specif
8:00 a.m. - Morning Worship Serv- mission,
ice. Dr. C. W. Brashares has chosen said Prest
as a subject for this Easter sermon, the Ohio
"Why Immortality?" be and is
9:00 a.m. - Kappa Phi will serve records o
Easter Breakfast a second time to ac- sion of 0
comodate those who cannot come
earlier. HOL
10:30 a.m.-Morning Worship At a m
Service. This will be a repetition of national
the 8 o'clock service. tional frai
lowing o:
Unitarian Church: Sunday evening guerite
service at 5:15 o'clock. "Science in othy Bei
Search of the Soul." Orthodox re- May Eli:
ligion finds a Protagonist. secretary
Liberal Students' Union meeting at Penhale,'
7:30 p.m. Mrs. Van Tuyl of the Psy-
chology Department will talk on Services
some laboratory experiments. are:
7:00 a.
Congregational Church, Sunday: ion, musi
10 :40 a.m. - Sermon by Mr. Heaps. 9:00 a.m
Subject, "Intimations of Immortal- nion; 11
ity." Special music. Stringed trio ing Praye
with Arthur Hackett, soloist, and by the R
double quartet. the men
6:00 p.m:-Student Fellowship - Kinder
Supper to be followed by a musical Pageant,
program by the Symphony Orchestra sented by
under the leadership of Thor John- ship and
Firs-t B
Harris Hall, Sunday: 9:30 a.]
7:00 p.m.-There will be the regu- 10:45 a
lar student meeting. Mr. Lewis will Easter m
lead a discussion on "Immortality." organist
All students and their friends are by Mr Sa
cordially invited. Life Eterr
7:30 p.1
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church: in church

) Warden
tBUS, O., April 19 - ( ZP) -
rgaret Allman ,director of,
announced today the rein-
of Preston E. Thomas as
d the Ohio penitentiary and
tance of his resignation ef-
ay 1.
ouncing the action, Mrs. All-
Le public copies of her let-
e state civil service commis-
Th is hearing an appeal to
for reinstatement, and to
ter to the commission:
rder of removal of Preston
as as warden of the Ohio
ary, together with all charges
fications filed with the com-
are hereby withdrawn and
ton E. Thomas as warden of
penitentiary is directed to
reinstated as warden on the
f the civil service commis-
eeting of Pi Lambda Theta,
women's honorary educa-
ternity, neld recently the fol-
fficers were elected: Mar-
3all, Grad., president; Dor-.
se, Grad, vice president;
zabeth Smith, '35, recording
-treasurer and Gertrude
'36, corresponding secretary.
of worship Easter Sunday
,m. -Choral Holy Commun-
c by the men and boys choir;
n. - Choral Holy Commu-
:00 a.m. -Festival Morn-
r, Holy Communion, sermon
ev. Henry Lewis, music by
and boy's choir; 11:00 a.m.
garten; 4:00 p.m.-Easter
"The Tree of Life" pre-
the young people's fellow-
the church school.
aptist Church, Sunday:
.m. - Church School.
.m. -Worship and sermon.
ausic. Prof. E. Wm. Doty,
and choir director Sermon
ayles, minister, on "This Is
I. - Special musical service

'Petition' To End
JBlue-Books Drawn
Up By Alpha Nu
Crusading against all blue-books
and quizzes, Alpha Nu, honorary
speech fraternity Thursday night held
a humorous parliamentary, drill in
which a sham petition to the effect
that blue-books and quizzes should
be done away with was drawn up and
passed by a large majority.
Another accomplishment of the
meeting which was supposedly run
according to Robert's Rules of Order,
but at which pandemonium was the
order, was a "petition" to Dean Bur-
sley that the professors who gave the
"regrettable E's and D's to the mem-
bers of Alpha Nu be fined $100 on
general principles, said amount to be
given to the fraternity treasury and
be apportioned to the members for
Library Displays
Shakespeare Sets
(Continued from Page f)
morphoses of Ovid from which "Venus
and Adonis," "Lucrece," and parts of
"The Tempest" and the Sonnets are
believed to have been drawn; the Mir-
ror for Magistrates of 1559, a source
for the Histories and "King Lear";
Holinshed's Chronicles of 1586-7 re-
garded as a source for "MacBeth,"
King Lear' and "King Henry III,"
the Actes of the Englysh Votoryes of
1561 - thought to be the basis of
"Hamlet"; and Aristio's Orlando Fur-
ioso, from which it is reputed that the
famous shipwreck scene of "The
Tempest" was taken.
Last in the cases are the noted edi-
tions of the 18th Century including
that by Samuel Johnson in 1765, Alex-
ander Pope's edition of 1723 and Louis
Theobald's edition of 1733 in which
he harshly criticized Pope's edition
and consequently earned for himself
the main part in the latter's biting
satire, "The Dunciad." Editions by
George Stevens, Edmund Malone and
others are also included.

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