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ctive notie to all members op the
* of the Assistant to the PresIdobt
fered to the general public, at $2, $3,
and $4 each, provided Festival coup-
ons from season Choral Union tick-
ets are returned, or without such
coupons, the prices will be $5, $6,
and $7 each.

Huey Called' Nation' s
Second Best Attraction
DES MOINES, Ia.,~April 20-(AP)-
ser. Huey Long wvil have the center
of the stage, at the National Farmers'
Holiday, Association convention next
Saturday, L. M. Pett, convention pro-
motion director, predicted today.
"It's going to be a Huey Long par-.
ty," he said. "He's the second best
drawing card in the nation and a
damned smart man. The only one
who can beat him as an attraction is
President Roosevelt."
In contrast with the pronouncia-
nentor of its early days, the associa-
tion will be tendered a conservative
program by Milo Reno, its president,
Pett said.
Amelia Earhart Lands
60 Miles Short Of Goal
MEXICO, D. F., April 20.--- W) -
Bugs get in your eye, Amelia Earhart
found to her sorrow today, and spoiled
her non-stop flight from Los Angeles
to Mexico.
A tiny insect so blinded her, the
famous conqueror of two oceans said
as she arrived here today, 13%'/2 hours
after taking off from the California
city, that she could not read her maps
and had to land 60 miles short of her
goal toget her bearings.
A cow pasture at Nopala, state of
Hidago,provided an emergency land-
in~g field. There she found she was
100 miles off her course. She removed
the bugs, fixed her eye, got her bear-
ings, and hopped off again for Mex-
ico, where 10,000 persons cheered as
she landed.
Miss Earhart herself was disap-
pointed at what she described as her
"unsuccessful" 1,700 mile flight.
Institution Is Playing
Politics, Says Richberg
WASHINGTON, April 20 -(W)~-
Donald R. Richberg today charged
Brookings Institution with playing
politics in publishing an unfavorable
report on NRA just when the Senate
finance committee concluded hear-
ings on new recovery legislation.
Anyone reading the report of this
institution for research and study,
the NRA chief said, would see "that
it has been designed as political
propaganda in order to influence
congressional action in support of the
pet theories of a few reactionary
economists."
Terming the Brookings statement
"another Pied Piper for the front
pages, dressed in academic robes but
piping a tune that will lead us to
destruction," Richberg said:
"The publication of this intemper-
ate, emotional document in aid of a
political attack upon the NRA, and
the timing even of advance publicity
apparently in an effort to "blanket"
General Johnson's testimony (to fi-
nance committee and favorable to
NRA) are actions quite unworthy of
an institution assuming the character
of scientific impartiality."

SUNNDAY, APR$IL 21, 1935 f
VOL XLV No. 144
Notices
Student Loans: The Loan Commit-
tee will meet on Tuesday, April 23,
at 1:30 p.m., Room 2, University Hall.
Students who have already filed ap-
plications with the Office of'the Dean
of Students should call there for an
appointment with the committee. 1
Literary College Seniors: It has
been necessary to extend the time lim-
it for ordering Commencement Invita-
tions. Orders will be taken in the lob-
by of Angell Hall on Wednesday and
Thursday from 1 to 5 p.m., April 24-
25. This is the final extension of
time, no orders will be taken after
Thursday, April 25.
1935 Mechanical Engineers: J. H.
Dillon of the Ingersoll-Rand Com-
pany, will be in Room 221, West Fngi-
neering Building, on Monday and
Tuesday, April 22 and 23, for the
purpose of interviewing those men
interested in possible employment
with this organization. Please make
an appointment as soon as possible.
Senior Engineers: For the benefit of
the Seniors who were unable to se-
cure their announcements and per-
sonal cards last week, the deadline has
been extended to 2:30 Tuesday after-
noon, April 23. This will be your last
chance to secure any announcements
through your committee.
College of Architecture Seniors:
Orders for commencement invitation
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.
Sophomore Engineers: Class jack-
ets may be ordered at Masten ano
Chase, 211 S. Main St. These jacket
must be ordered before April 25.
Tau Beta P: Notice to all members
residing in Ann Arbor who are not
actively affiliated with the local chap-
ter: Please communicate with th'e
Corresponding Secretary at 715 Hill
St. and notify him of your present ad-
dress and telephone number.
Life Saving - Women Students:
All women students who took Red
Cross Life Saving may get their es-
says in Office 15, Barbour Gymnas-
ium.
Phi Tan Alpha, societas honorifica
festivum in honorem omnium dis-
cipulorum litterarum Graecarum at-
que Romanarum ante diem octavum
Kalendas Maias, hora 8:15, in hospi-
tum Mulierum Michiganensium vos
libenter invitat. Vestitus cotidianus
satis decet.
May Festival Tickets: The "over the
counter" sale of May Festival tickets,
will begin at 9 o'clock Wednesday
morning, April 24, at the office of the
School of Music on Maynard Street,
and will continue indefinitely. At
this time all season tickets which have
not been ordered by mail will be of-

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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
Lecture

Sunrise Service. In the auditorium
of the church. The program has been
arranged by Kappa Phi,- Methodist
Girls' Club. "Christ's Last Week On
Earth" will be portrayed through
readings and music. All students and
their friends of college age are cor-
dially invited. There will be no eve-
ning meeting of the Guild Easter
Sunday.
7:00 a.m.-Easter Breakfast will
be served by Kappa Phi at Stalker
Hall for all friends of the church.
Make reservations before Sunday, if
possible, by calling 6881. Tickets
which are 25 cents per person, may
be purchased at Stalker Hall or the
church office.
8:00 a.m.-- Morning Worship Serv-
ice. Dr. C. W. Brashares has chosen
as a subject for this Easter sermon,
"Why Immortality?"
9:00 a.m. - Kappa Phi will serve
Eastcr Breakfast a second time to ac-
comodate those who cannot come
earlier.
.10:30 a.m.-Morning Worship
service. This will be a repetition of
the 8 o'clock service.
Harris Hall, Sunday:

the Zion Lutheran Church on Wash-
ington Street. The members will
prepare their own meal.
Unitarian Church: Afternoon serv-
ice at 5:15 o'clock. Rev. Marley's top-
ic will be, "Science in Search of the
Soul." Orthodox religion finds a Pro-
tagonist.
Liberal Students' Union meeting
at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Van Tuyl of the
Psychology department will talk on
some laboratory papers concerning
religion.
Hillel Foundation: Sunday 11:15,
services will be held at the Hillel
Foundation Chapel. Dr. Bernard
Heller will speak on "The Ethical
Significance of Passover." The Sun-(
day morning services from now on1
will be held at the Chapel in the
Foundation.
Thursday at 10 a.m. Memorial (Yi-'
zkar) services will be held at 538
North Division Street.
Engineering Open-House Display
Committee meeting at 4 o'clock at
the Union. Please bring a copy of
your plans for the displays.

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University Lecture:
Professor Malcolm H. Soule, of the,
Department of Bacteriology, will lec-
ture on the subject, "Leprosy in An-
-ient and Modern Times" (illustrat-
ed), Tuesday, April 23, at 4:15 p.m.,
-n Natural Science Auditorium.
This is the concluding lecture of a
series of University lectures by mem-
bers of the University faculties, which
faculty members, students, and the
general public are cordially invited
to attend.
Special. Lectures in Constitutional
Law Relating To "New Deal" Poli-
aies:
Gilbert H. Montague, a distin-
guished member of the New York bar
mnd an outstanding authority in mat-
:ers relating to interstate commerce
xnd the Sherman Anti-Trust Law,
will deliver a series of three lectures
relating to current constitutional
aroblems. These lectures are defi-
nitely a part of the course in Con-
stitutional Law, for the present year.
The dates and titles are as follows:
"NRA in Operation," Friday, April
26, at 4 p.m., in Room 100, Hutchins
Hall.
"Executive Law Making under the
constitution," Friday, -April 26, at 7
>.m. This is the annual Founder's
Day address and will be given in the
Uawyers' Club dining hall. It is open
o all law students and invited guests,
.ut is not open to the public.
"The Future of NRA," Saturday,
April 27, at 11 a.m., Room 100 Hutch-
ns Hall.
The first and third lectures are open
'o the general public.
M. Guillaume. Fatio, one of Geneva's
most distinguished citizens and a
member of the Comite of the Centre
:)f ttie Carnegie Endowment for Ira-
ternational Peace, will deliver an il-
lustrated lecture on the subject of
'The World Center," describing Gen-
eva, the League of Nations, and other
international organizations at work,
on Thursday, April' 25, at 4:15 p.m.,
in Natural Science Auditorium.
Aicelytes: A meeting will be held on
Monday, April 22, at 7:30 p.m. in
Room 202, South Wing. Prof. De-
Witt H. Parker will read a paper,
Infinity - continued.
Events Today
Methodist Episcopal Church:
6:00 a.m. -Wesleyan Guild Easter

7:00 p.m. - There will be the regu-
lar student meeting. Mr. Lewis will Druids will hold their regular Sun-
lead a discussion on "Immortality." day night supper meeting at 6 o'clock
All students and their friends are in the chapter room.
cordially invited.

Saint Andrew's. Episcopal Church:
Services of worship Easter Sunday
are:
7:00 a.m.-Choral Holy Commun-
ion, music by the men and boys choir;,
9:00 a.m. - Choral Holy Commu-
nion; 11:00 a.m. -Festival Morn-
ing Prayer, Holy Communion, sermon
by the Rev. Henry Lewis, music by
the men and boy's choir; 11:00 a.m.
- Kindergarten; 4:00 p.m. -Easter
Pageant, "The Tree of Life" pre-
sented by the young people's fellow-
ship and the church school, directed
by Mrs. George Ross.
Presbyterian Appointments:
8:30 a.m. - Easter service at the
church house followed by breakfast.
10:30 a.m. - Morning worship
service.;
5:00 p.m.-Leave church for out-
door picnic meeting. If weather is
bad, the regular meeting will be held
at the church.
Saturday, April 27-Sylvan Es-
tates party.
Congregational Church:
10:30 a.m. - Sermon by Mr. Heaps.
Subjeet, "Intimations of Immortal-
ity." Special music. Stringed trio
with Arthur Hackett, soloist, and
double quartet.
6:00 p.m. -Student Fellowship
Supper to be followed by a musical
program by the Symphony Orchestra
under the leadership of Thor John-
son.
Scalp and Blade meeting at the
Union at 5 p.m. All members re-
quested to attend.
Lutheran Student Club will meet
this evening in the parish hall of

Coming Events
Voc-ationa: Series: Students in the
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts: A meeting will be held on
Tuesday, April 23, 4:15 p.m., Room
1025, Angell Hall, for students in the
College of Literature, Science, and the
Arts and others interested in future
work in music. The meeting will be
addressed by Professor E. V. Moore,
of the School of Music.
Dean Dana of the School of For-
estry will give the next talk in the
vocational series on April 30.
Pelitical SDience Ccncentrates:
There will be a meeting of all students
concentrating in political science in
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POSTPONES HOP
LOS ANGELES, April 20- OP) -
Laura Ingalls awaited favorable
weather reports today before taking
off on her second attempt in a week
to better Amelia Earhart's transcon-
tinental speed record.
Forced down in Colorado four days
ago by dust in her initial cross-coun-
try attempt, Miss Ingalls said she
hoped to go into the air again within
a day or two.

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