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kAGE TWO THE EMICHIGAN DAILY TUE
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DAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1935

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
Univsity. Copy rcevediatythe office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1935 of Music Office, Maynard Street. Tick-
VOL. XLV No. 94 ets will be given only to such mem-
bers as call in person and after 4,
Notices o'clock, no tickets will be given out.{
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be S
at home to the students on Wednes- Attentin Woen Students: Will
day, February 20, and on Wednesday, y new students of non-affiliated
February 27. women on campus, not already in a
zone get in touch withLavinia Creigh-t
St bilization Fund To University Broadcasting: 9:15 to ton - Phone 2-2591.
Regulate Dollar Abroad 9:45 a.m. A class in Elementary Sing-
ing, Joseph E. Maddy. 2:00 to 2:30 Life Saing For Women: Instruc-1
WASHINGTON, Feb. 9.- (W)-Of- p.m. Michigan, My Michigan Series Sion in Red Cross Methods of Life
fjicial assurance was given to business -Topic RecreationalC pportS y e egiven on Tuesday and
Treauryon Michigan's Wild Lands," Shirley jhrdyeeig t83 ~.a
today by Secretary of theTreasury W. Allen, Professor of Forestry. the Union Pool. Those planning to
Henry Morgenthau, Jr., that the $2,- . take this course must report on Tues-
000,000 stabilization fund would be Action of the Administrative Board, day evening, February 12. The district
ued to manage the value of the dollarCollege of Literature, Science, and the representative for the American Red
abroad whenever necessary. Arts: The Administrative Board of Cross will be in Ann Arbor on March!
Morgenthau's statement, the first this College has voted to place a 4 to conduct tests and renew certifi-
ever madq regarding the uses of the student on probation for the second cates.
huge fund, was prompted by apparent semester of the current year, and to
nervousness in business circles over record him with an E grade in English Elective Tap Dancing: Students
the forthcoming Supreme Court deci- 1, because of plagiarism in that interested in an elective tap class are
siOn in the gold cases. course, asked to leave their names in Office
Government officials continued 15, Barbour Gymnasium.

second week of the semester, Tuesday,'
Feb. 19, 7:30 p.m., 3212 A.H.
English 232, Studies in Elizabethan
Literature: There will be a meeting
for organization in 2213 Angell Hall,
Thursday at 4:30.
English 32, See. 6: Mr. Modder's
class will meet in 4006 Angell Hall.
English 32, See. 4: Mr. Grigg's class
will meet in 200 South Wing.
English 2, Sec. 4: Mr. Boothe's class_
will meet in 402 Mason Hall.
English 1, Sec. 4: Mr. Knode's class
will meet in 3209 Angell Hall.
Junior Honors -English 190: First
meeting on February 12. at 4:30.
Place: 2218 A.H.
Frcnch 16: French 196 will meet
on Mondays and Wednesdays at 3:00
o'clock in Room 206 R. L. Students
who cannot meet at these hours,
please consult with Professor Den-
kinger.
French 202: Students intending to
elect French 202, Methods and Tools,
will meet on Thursday at 4:00 p.m. in
Room 110 R.L. to arrange for the
hour.
Hiestry 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.
History 92: This course will meet
M.W.F. at 2 in West Physics Lecture
Room.

attend an organization meeting and
introductory lecture on Friday, Feb-
ruary 13, at 4 p.m. in Room 3126 Na-
tural Science Building .
All students who have not already
done so should bring in their sched-
ule of classes to Room 2122, in order'
that laboratory and discussion sec-j
tions may be arranged.
There will be no meeting of labora-
tory sections this week. Sections will
be posted on Friday in glass case op-
posite Room 2127.

[Classife.Directory ]
NOTICE LOST
NEW AND USED CARS - Largest LOST AT J-ESOP- A long ,black
selection in the country. Associated velvet evening wrap. Another short
Motor Services, Inc. 317 W. Huron. black velvet wrap was procured
Ph. 2-3268. "Let's get acquainted." from check room by mistake. Kind-
lox ly communicate with Dean Rea or
T-PEW-- T--- Ed Eckert. Phone 4850. 93
TYPEWRITING

Psychology 193 Clinical Testing: A TPEWRITING AN MIMEO-
preliminary qualifying examination G-RAPHING promptly and neatly
will be held Tuesday, February 12th, done in our own shop by experi-
from 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. in Room 2134 enced operators at moderate rates.
N.S. For those wishing to take this 0. DMorrstpwierand rta-
course, Section 1 T.Th. 3:00. to 6:00O O. D. MrilsTpwie n Sta-
tionery Store, 314 S. State Street.
p.m. Section 2, M.F. 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. llx
3 hours credit. E ._ __G r___._DN E_______E___
E. B; Greene. DINE AND DANCE at Preketes Sug-
ar Bowl Ballroom every Wednesday,
Sociology 165 - American Socipl- Friday, Saturday and Sunday
ogy: Will meet in Room I. Haven Hall night. 94
instead of 3212 Angell Hall as an-
noun ced in the Bulletin. HELP WATED
HELP WANTED - Four attractive
Sociology 163 - Social Institutions: girls for permanent Saturday work.
Will meet in 231 Angell Hall instead Salary. Write L. J. Theisen, 6343
of Room D Haven Hall as announced Cartridge, Detroit, stating qualifi-
in the Bulletin. cations, age and telephone number.
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Comparative Philology 146: First - __-
meeting to arrange hours will be at FOR RENT
5 o'clock on Wednesday in Room 2026 TWO SINGLE ROOMS --Very de-
Angell Hall. sirable for men or ladies. Private
C. L. Meader. home, no other roomers. Good.
location. - Call 5416. 92
Zcology 56: Seats are available in -E ---- --------- r
laboratory sections IV (M.F., 8 to 11) DESIRABLE OOM for University
and V (T.Th., 8 to 12). or business women. Apt. 3, The
A. H. Stockard. McEntee, 220 5. Thayer., 91

confident, meanwhile, that the Court Earhart Foundation Scholarships:
would uphold the Administration's Competent senior and graduate stu-
abrogation of the gold clause in con- dents are invited to apply at the So-
tracts. ciology Office, 115 Haven Hall, for,
Earhart Foundation Scholarships for
Il DuceCalls Soldiers the second semester. These scholar-
ships carry a stipend of $50 and are,
For Ethiopan Conflict intended merely to defray transporta-
tiona expenses connected with fieldj
ROME, Feb. 11. - OP) -Premier activities in Detroit. Applicants must
Mussalini today called to arms 250,- be prepared to spend at least one full
QQ0 Italian soldiers and placed naval day a week in Detroit in work on an
equipment and airplanes in readiness assigned problem, and must register
to retaliate for a succession of alleged for the pro-seminar (Sociology 206),
border attacks from Ethiopians, for which two hours credit is given
Italy's colonial neighbors in Africa. for its successful completion.
"The situation is grave and it is
impossible to state what will be done University Bureau of Appoint-
if Ethiopia ignores our protest," de- mes and Occupational Information:
clared a government spokesman to- The Bureau has recently received no-
night. tice of the following U. S. Civil Serv-{
He said, however, that no ultima- ice examinations :
tum had as yet been sent to Abdis Editorial Clerk, $1,800 to $2,300. Ap-
Ababa, the Ethiopian capital, and prentice Fish-Culturist, $1,020 (both
Ababa thehatchery and mechanical experience
added that troop concentration would
be confined for the time being at asked for). Junior and Assistant Mic-
least to the divisions of reserves from roanalyst, Food and Drug Administra-'
th class of 1911, totaling around 30,- tion, $2,000 to $2,600. Assistant Super-
000 men. visor of Elementary Education, In-
dian Field Service, $3,200. Junior
Medical Officer (Interne), St. Eliza-
Statie Senator Indicted beths Hospital, $2,000. Engineering
yDraftsman (Highway), $1,800.
_By Florida Grandh jury Announcements are on file at the
MIAMI, Feb. 11. - UP) - Indict- Bureau, 201 Mason Hall.
ment charging State Senator Hayes English for Foreign Students: A
Lwis, of Mariana; Lucy Cotton two-hour non-credit cpurse will be
Thomas Magraw, former New York ognzdfrfrinsuet h
actress, and William (Big Bill) Dwyer, organized for foreign students who
head of the Gables Racing Associa- wish to improve their written anc
tion and operator of Tropical Park spoken English and at the same time
here, with gambling operations were to get a better understanding of the
returned by the Dade County Grand backgrounds of American life. Stu-
Jury today. dents interested will meet me at 41
The senator and Mrs. Magraw were o'clock Wednesday afternoon in Room
1209 Angell Hall or will leave their
named in connection with alleged names and schedules in my office
gambling operations at the Deauville before that time. The regular hours
Night Club at Miami Beach. Mrs. Ma- for this class will be arranged to suitI
gaw was listed as the lessee of the the convenience of the majority ofI
establishment. ihne nrnling.

Noticc: Anyone interested in try-
ing out for the next Childrens' Play
(the Emperor's New Clothes) come to!
the Michigan League today at 4:30
or 7:30 p.m.1
Academnic Notices
Anatomy 180, Art Anatomy: The
first meeting will be held Saturday,
Feb. 16, at 8:00 a.m. in Room 35281
East Medical Building.
Astronomy 205 (Cosmogony) will'
meet in the Observatory lecture room
at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, February
13, for organization and selection of
hours.

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History 116: M.W.F. at 9 will meet
in 2054 N.S..
History 12: Sec. 18 (Dr. Long's) will
meet M. F. at 10 in 315 Haven.

History 11, Lecture IV. Beginning
Thursday, Feb. 14, a new section in
this lecture group will meet at 8
Tu. Th., in Room G, Haven. New stu-
dents may elect this section as No. 24.
B. W. Wheeler.
Lectures

Aro. 12a- Seminar in Structures' Mathematics 234. Advanced Vector University L e c t u r e: Professor I phone 3851.
Analysis: Will meet in Room 21 E.H. Dwight L. Dumond, of the History
Students taking this course will meet at 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13, to Department, will speak on the sub-
today at 4:00 p.m. in Room B-308 arrange hours.'ject "Abraham Lincoln, Militant Abol- to Education and the American Pub-
East Engineering Building, to arrange jt , I5lic," Wednesday, February 13, 4:15
hours. Pcli4tcal Science 52, Section 2 itionist at 4:15 p.m., Thursday' p.m., in the Architectural auditorium.
Preuss), will meet hereafter in 2215! February 14, in the Natural Science The public is cordially invited.
Acro. 14: All students taking Aero. A.H. Auditorium. fhf esf_
14 -Section III (Thompson), will r This is the fifth of a series of Un-
meet today at 4:15 p.m. in Room Political Science 2, Section 4, at versity lectures by members of the Cocerts
I4-304 East Engineering Building, 9 o'clock, (Dorr) will meet in 208 U.H. 4mUniversity faculties, which faculty Graduation Recital: Ruby Peinert,
to arrange hours.9 clock, (D rr) will meet in 20 U.H. members, students, and the general violoncellist, from Toledo, Ohio, stu-
to arange ours.public ar'e cordially invited to attend.
Political Science 2, Section 11 (new dent of Professor Hanns Pick of the
Acro. 6 - Experimental Aerody- section) (Dorr) will meet hereafter U Lecture: Professor A. H. School of Music, will give the follow-
namics: There are now available MWF, at 11 o'clock, ing Graduation Recital, Thursday
MFat1o'lci20SW. Reginald Buller, head of the depart-'cok
placed for about six students in Aero.r of Mani evening, February 14, at 8:15 o'clock,
6. Students desiring to take this course Theory Bi: All students desiring to ment botany, University to which the general public, wito, the
during the present semester should elect Theory B1 (Music) second sem- on tne subje CtThe Romance of Fun- exception of small children is invited,
consult at once with Professor ester, please meet Miss Cuyler in gus Life" (Illustrated), Wednesday, (continued on Page 8)
Thompson, Rodin -304 East Engi- Room 312 Hill, Tuesday, at 1 o'clock. February 13, at 4:15 p.m., in Naturalf
neering Building.a It is important that all interestedFeray1,t4:5pmiNtul
It i imortat tat ll meretedScience Auditorium. The public is car-TG d
,E;be present since the giving of the dially invited. TTerrace Garden
Mlchanical Engne. 33 an 38: course will be determined at that time. i yDancingStudo
All students electing MV.E. 33 and l M.EI ,Lcue-AcietrlBulig ntutoi
Al meet s in o 209 Engineering ' Lecture--Architectural Buildig: nsetction i n azldg
A8neet in Roo m gner Psychology 34L, 36, 38: Laboratory Mr. C. Grant LaFarge, New York ar- form. classias ciaa. ,
Annex Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. General' dnin.Pk.99
arrangements for semester's work students who were not in the labora- chitect, will speak on "Architecture I Wuerth Theatr BIrdgI.
made at that time.tory last semester are expected to and the Industrial Arts in Relation __________________
made at that time.
Englich 150 (Playwriting). The __
first meeting of the class will be the
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uwyi wnis connecteu win tne i J. Raleigh Nelson.
Palm Island Night Club, was indicted
on a charge of operating a gambling Choral Union Members: Tickets for
house. The Palm Island Investment the Jose Iturbi concert, this evening,
Co. also was named in an indictment. will be given out to all members ofC
the University Choral Union, in good,
Administration Wins 'standing, today, between the hours of
9 and 12 and 1 and 4, at the School
Appropriation Victory - - -- -- -
WASHINGTON, Feb. 11-P)--Thc
Administration won an initial victory
today when the Senate Appropria.
"prevailing wage" amendment to the _ _- ENDS TONIGHT ----
$4;880,000,000 relief bill, but a still Joe Penner - Jack Oakie
fight impended to keep the fund it-
self from being cut down drastically. "COLLEGE RHYTHM"
Administration leaders predfcted -- WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY --
that the wage proposal fathered by First Ann Arbor Showing
Senator Patrick A. McCarran, Ne- . ROBERT YOUNG
vada Democrat, incorporated in the "THE BAND PLAYS ON"
bill last week and reconsidered today, - also--
14 to 9, when five Senators switched TOM BROWN
to the President's side, would stay "BACHELOR OF ARTS"
out. _

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