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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1935

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
t1v" t eioffice ot e A itnt to t u
until ,3 n: .m. Baturday.

TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1935
VOL. XLV No. 175

Notices
Attention of All Concerned: Name-
ly faculty, administrative and clerical
staff members and students, is re-
spectfully called to the following ac-
tion by the Regents.
Students shall pay in acceptable
funds (which shall not include notes
unless the same are bankable) all
amounts due the University before
they can be admitted to the final ex-
aninations at the end of either se-
mester or of the Summer Session. No
office in the University is authorized
tomake any exception to this rule.
Any specific questions that can be
foreseen arising in this connection
should be taken up with the proper
authorities at the earliest possible
moment. Shirley W. Smith
to All Members of the Faculty and
Administrative Staff: If it seems cer-
t'ain that any telephones will not be
Wised during the summer months
please notify the Business Office; Mr.
Charles Gray. A saving can be effect-
ed if instruments are disconnected for
a period of a minimum of three
months.
Faculty, College- of Eng etling.
There will be a meeting of the Faculty
of this College on Friday, May 31,
4:15 p.m., Room 348, West Engineer-
ing Building. The special order will
be the consideration of new programs
for metallurgical engineering, survey-.
ing, and mathematics
University Bureau' of Apointfelits
and Occupational Information has, re-
ceived notice of the following U. S.
Civil Service*Examinations:
Protozoologist, $3,800.
Associate Protozoologist, $3;200.
Assistant Protozoologist, $2,600.
Biologist (Wildlife Research) $3,800
Associate Biologist (Wildlife Re-
search), $3,200.
Assistant Biologist (Wildlife Re-
search), $2,600.
Jr. Entomologist, $2,000.
Mediator, $3,800.
Assistant Director of Social Work,
$2,600.
Sr. Soil Technologist, $4,600.
Multilith Operator, $1,440.
Passenger Rate Clerk, $2,000.
Instrument Maker, and Chief, Prin-
cipal, and Senior Instrument Makers,
$1,620 to $2,300.
Announcements are on file in 201
Mason Hall.
Senior Engineers: Fnal distribu-
tion of Announcements will be made
betwen 9:00 and 11:30 today at the
second floor stairway of the West
Engineering Building. Any order not
called for at that time will have to
be resold.
Senior Engineers: The last oppor-
tunity to obtain your caps and gowns
will be today from 1:00 p.m. to 3:30
p.m. The room will be posted on the
bulletin board in the League building.
This is the last chance to get caps and
gowns from the Engineering School.
Literary College Seniors: Gradua-
tion announcements and personal
cards are ready for distribution at the
Alumni Travel Bureau, Alumni Me-
morial Hall. Hours for distribution
are 1 to 5 p.m., Tuesday and Wednes-
day only, May 28, 39. Bring your
receipt and the exact amount due on
your order.
Aeronautical Engineers: Mr. Cow-
an, of American Airlines, left applica-
tions blanks to be filled out by. the
men he interviewed. The blanks may
be had in roomB-47 East Engineer-
ing building.
Iota Chi members may secure their
pins at the Michigan League from
Floy Brigstock, treasurer, between 3
and 4 on Wednesday and Thursday.
Riding Test: Any woman student
wishing to take a riding test in con-
nection with required physical edu-
cation on Friday, May 31 at 3:30 p.m.

should signup in Barbour gymnasium
by Thursday afternoon.
Dramatic Season: Contrary to ru-'
mor, there are many choice seats still'
available for all the remaining pro-
ductions; including "The Simpleton
of the Unexpected Isles," "Ghosts,"
the revue "Up To The Stars," and
"The Ugly Runts." The box office will
rerain open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
This week Tuesday, and Wednesday
matinee and evening Nazimova, Rom-
ney Brent, and their distinguished
company will present Shaw's latest
comedy, "The Simpleton of the Un-
expected Isles" with the cast:
Emigration Officer .... Paul McGrath
The Clerk........... ..Lionel Pape
The Young Woman.. Patricia Calvert-
Station Master.... Raymond O'Brien
Pra, the Priest........McKay Morris

Prola, the Priestess ....... NazimovaI
The Lady Tourist......Viola RoacheI
Sir Charles Farwaters... Lionel Pape1
Maya .............Vivienne Giesenl
Vashti .............Edith AtwaterI
Janga.............. Alan Handley'
Kanchin ............ Ralph Holmes1
The Clergyman......Romney BrentI
The Angel ............ John Austin
Afplcants for Marsh and Mandle-'
baum Scholarships in the College of
Literature, Science and the Arts: The
following students are requested to
meet the Scholarship Committee in
the office of the English department,
3221 Angell Hall, on the afternoon of
Friday, May 31, at the hours indi-
cated.
Andriola, J.P., 2:00; Baum, B., 2:10;
Bidelman, W. E., 2:20; Bleich, S. C.,
2:30; Brawerman, R., 2:40; Brunson,
B. I., 2:50; Carriel, J. T., 3:00; Cowan,
A. H. 3:10; Davis, J. K., 3:20; Hirsch,
V. E., 3:30; Holland, H. K., 3:40; Jo-
seph, J. J., 3:50; Odle, J. W., 4:00;
Ottoman, R E., 4:10; Selter, F. F.,
4:20; Slade, M., 4:30.
Academic Notices
E.E.l7a Building Illmination:Final
examination will be given on Friday,
June 7, from 8 to 12 in the morning
in Room 246-248 West Engineering
building. This is the only time that
.does not cause conflict in the exami-
nation schedule of any member of the
class, as submitted.
history 11; History 82. Make-up
and optional examination Wednes-1
day, May 29, 4-5 p.m., B Haven.
Ecdnwics 122 (Labor II): The
class will meet on Wednesday, May
29, and Friday, May 31.
Iiistlan Lilrature Class: Wednes-
day, May 29th, 9 am., room 25 A.H.
Mrs. R. W. Sellars will speak before
the students of the Russian Literature
class of her trip to Soviet Union and
her experience with the Summer
School in Moscow. All interested are
cordially invited.
Final examination for laboratry
sections in Psychlogy 34L, 36, 38 will
be held June 1, 2 p.m., room 1121,
N.S. bldg. Laboratory reports and
completed notebooks are due at that
time.
R'ooms for final examinations,
Freflch (0), Satuday, June 8, a.m.
French 1, 1025 Angell Hall
French 2, West Gal. Alum. Mem.
Hall. (morning classes).
French 2, 1025 Angell Hall, (after-
noon classes).
French 31, 1025 Angell Hall.
French 32, Nat. Sc. Auditorium.
French 12, 103 R. L.
French 71, 103 R. L.
French 111, West Phys Lect. Hall.
French 112, West Phys. Lect. Hall.
French 153, West Phys. Lect. Hall.
Rooms for final examinations
Spanish (0), Friday, June 7, pm.
Spanish 1,.205 Mason Hall.
Spanish 2, Nat. Sc. Auditorium.
Spanish 31, 205 Mason Hall.
Spanish 32, 103 R. L.
College of Literature, Science and
the A-ts: The examination in Mathe-
matics Courses 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8 will take
place Thursday, June 6, 9-12 a.m.,
according to the 'following schedule:
Anning .......1035 Angell Hall
Craig .........1025 Angell Hall
Elder.......... 231 Angell Hall
Hopkins .......1025 Angell Hall
Karpinski ......1035 Angell Hall
Nyswander......231 Angell Hall
Poor..........1025 Angell Hall
Raiford........231 Angell Hall
Rainich ........1025 Angell Hall
Wilder.........231 Angell Hall

children, will be invited without ad-
mission charge. The program is as
fol1lows :
Bois Epais.................. Lully
Baci Amorosi E Cari ......Mozart
Rendi'l Sereno al Ciglio .....Handel
Che Fiero Costume........Legrenzi
Gessang Weylas .............. Wolf
Drei Wandrer ............ Hermann
Der Ton .....................Marx
Auf Dem Kirchof ........... Brahms
Heimliche Aufforderung .....Strauss
Les Berceaux ................Faure
Chanson de Barberine .......Loret
Requiem Du Coeur ......... Pessard
Lamento Provencal .......Paladilhe
Sea Fever ..................Ireland
The Roadside Fire .........Williams
She Rested by the Broken Brook
.Coleridge - Taylor
The Donkey.............. Hageman
Loven Went A-Riding .......Bridge
Events Today
Physics Colloquium: Mr. Cecil B.
Ellis will speak on the "Analysis of
the First Spark Spectrum of Thal-
lium" at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, East
Physics Bldg. All interested are cor-
dially invited to attend.

Weyerhaeuser

Parents Appeal To Kidnappers

-Associated Press Photo.
An appeal for "anether method of reaching you" was made by Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Meyerhaeuser (above) of Tacoma, Wash., to kidnapers
of their nine-year-old son, George, reported held for $200,000 ransom.
While the parents sonught to negotiate for the return of the boy, author-
ities apparently relaxed their vigilance.

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Sigma Delta Chi initiation banquet
at the-Union. Initiates and members
meet at 5:00 p.m., all others at 6:15.
Col. Henry W. Miller, head of the
department of mechanism and engi-
neering drawing, will speak.
Botanical Journal Club meets at
7:30 p.m., room 1139 N.S. Reviews by
Mrs. Drummond, Mr. Lampton, Dr.
Alexander Smith and Prof. Mains.
Plans for the spring picnic will be
discussed.
Quarterdeck Society: Important
meeting 8:00 p.m., at the Union. Elec-
tion of officers.
A.S.C.E. Last meeting of the year.
7:30 p.m., Room 311 W. Eng. All
members urged to be present.
Druids: There will be a luncheon
meeting at the Union for both old and
new members.
Zeta Phi Eta: Regular meeting in
the League Grill Room, at 12 noon.
Tau Beta Pi: The final meeting of
the year will be held at the Michigan
Union at 6:15 p.m.
'Varsity Band: Meet at 4:10 Morris
Hall for Swingout. No rehearsal on
Wednesday. Decoration Day Parade
will start at the Armory, Main and
5th Avenue. Band will meet at the
Armory. A truck will deliver the
heavy instruments to the Armory.
Varsity Glee Club: The Club will
sing for the Senior Sing scheduled as
part of the Swingout program. Meet
in front of the library at 5 p.m.
The Tea for graduate students in
Mathematics will be given at the
home of Professor Hildebrandt, 1930
Cambridge Road, at 4 p.m.
Christian Science Organization:
There will be a meeting of this organ-
ization at 8 p.m. in the Chapel of the
Women's League building. Students,
alumni and faculty members of the
University are invited to attend.
Coming Events
Phi Eta Sigma: There will be a
special meeting of all Phi Eta Sigma
members, Wenesday, May 29, at 5:00
in the Union. Some special business
and the voting on the proposed
amendment will be taken up. It is
requested that all members be pres-
ent.
Roger Williams Guild: Annual
Memorial Day hike on Thursday.
Meet at the Guild House at 1:30.
Those who were not at the meeting
Sunday please call 7332 by Wednes-
day afternoon for reservations.
Ceremony To Mark
Church Evacuation
Members of the congregation of the
First Presbyterian Church will meet
for the last time in the building which
has served them for more than 100
years at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
The meeting, which will be pre-
ceded by a supper served by the offi-
cers of the Women's Association, will
be composed mainly of a resume of
the church history, by Mr. Eugene
Clarkson, and brief reports by the
various organizations, supplemented
by historical sketches. Following Mr.
Clarkson's resume, the old corner-
stone will be opened and the con-
tents will be examined.
During the afternoon, various
groups are scheduled to report at the
church to be photographed for the
records which are to be placed in the
cornerstone of the new building.
During the meeting the choir, under
the direction of Miss Odina Olson,
will present a special musical number
in honor of the occasion.
I - ________________ - __________________________

MICHIGAN

Recipients Of
Band Awards
Anoanced
Official Emblem Changed
To Block "M"; "Band"
Appears Underneath
The recipients of the first awards
to be issued under the new award plan
for the Varsity Band were announced
yesterday by H. G. Watkins, faculty
manager of the Band. The emblem
of the Band has been changed to a
block "M" with the word "Band"
written beneath.
The following will receive silver
keys: R. L. Anthony, '38, H. L. Welch,
Grad., R. G. Atkinson, '38, J. Houdek,
'38, N. D. Saigeon, '36E, W. A. Jen-
sen, '38E, H. L. Hawley, '38, G. A.
Miller. '38SM, R. W. Ward, '37, H. L.
Weckler, '38E, W. L. Strickland, '37, E.
A. Jones, '37, W. M. Jones, '38SM, G.
S. Glass, '38, F. S. Taft, '38P, M. C.
Sleet, '36SM, F. L. Casner, '35SM,
J. D. Kark, '38, R. S. Hawley, Grad.,
J. D. Staple, '38E, W. R. Young, '37E,
J. Mosagjo, '36SM, H. Greene, '37, R.
F. Lee, '381M, C. Vroman, '38SM, D.
A. Phillippi, '37, W., J. Lightenwanger,
'37M, J. A. Salisbury, '35SM, and
T. F. Miller, '37.
Those receiving second-year sweat-
ers are: J. Hays, '37, R. J. Sibilsky, '37,
L. Lipsett, '37, L. E. Feldkamp, '37,
M. G. Hyatt, '37E, E. Morrow, '37, R.
Pennoni, '35E W. E. Olsen, '37E, D.
Mather, '37, A. Goldberg, '37P, F. E.
Sundstrom, '37SM, J. Krell, '37SM, P.
Pinkerton, "37, F. Baessler, '35A, R.
Byrn, '37. G. Heibein. '37, O. Reed,
'37SM, W. A. Crow, '37, and A. G.
Smith, '36.
Third-year awards (Gold Keys) are
being presented to: F. B. House, '36,
A. W. Acker, '35, R. M. Clements,
'37D, E. D. Howell, '36E, M. Dreifuss,
'36, R. M. Waters, '36E, R. B. Waters,
'36E, M. R. Demers, '35E, E. G. Bruck,
'35SM, K. L. Bovee, '35SM, K. B. Sage,
'35'M, D. K. Cook, '35.
Fourth-year awards will be given
to: Frank Suda, '35SM, Robert Allen,
'35, Alvin Benner, '35SM, and Eldon
Scott, '35SM.
The manager's sweater will be
awarded to George Hall, '35Lit.-'35-
BAd. and Donald A. Strouse, '35, the
retiring drum major, will receive a
blanket with the Band insignia upon
it.
SOCIAL DANCING
Adult class every Thur.
eve at 8 p.m. Private
Lessons daily, 10 to 10
TERRACE GARDEN
STUDIO
Wuerth Theater Bldg.
Phone 9695
_ TODAY - Wednesday-
ALL-STAR CAST
"'DAVID-
COPPERFI ELD"
SEE IT AGAIN !
- Thursday - Friday - Saturday -
RANDOLPH SCOTT
"ROCKY MOUNTAIN
MYSTERY"

T HE SCREEN
AT THE MICHIGAN
"G' MEN"
A Warner Brothers picture, starring
James Cagney, featuring Margaret
Lindsay, Ann Dvorak, and Robert Arm-
strong.
" 'G' Men" is probably the bloodiest
movie ever to hit Ann Arbor, and at
the end of the last gunfire; one has
entirely lost sight of who killed how
many people, when, why, and how.
James Cagney, the quick-on-the-
trigger hero, is first seen as an un-
cussessful young lawyer whose best
friend, a "G" man, is killed in action
by a gangster. Primarily for revenge,
he gives up the law, becomes a "G"
man, and sets out on a career that
ends with death of the last member of
the gang that was responsible for his
friend's murder.
If you like plenty of shooting, night
club scenes, tough government men
continually out to get their men
at all costs, and a glimpse into the
methods of modern criminology, "'G'
Men" is your meat. It has so many
thrills, however, that they cease to be
thrills - just all in a day's work.
There are two acceptable examplesI
of feminine pulchritude; namely Ann
Dvorak, who gives a grand perform-
ance as a disillusioned, heroic gang-
ster's wife, and Margaret Lindsay,
the heart beat.
-C.BC,
May Grants Extension
Of Gym Make-Up Period
Freshmen who have not completed
their gym work for this semester
may still do so this week, Dr. George
A. May, director of Waterman Gym-
nasium, announced yesterday. "Be-
cause we want to give the fellows
a chance to pass," said Doctor May,
"we have extended the time for com-
pleting the year's work until the end
of this week instead of having the
deadline be the end of last week as
was previously announced.
All lockers must be vacated by June
8. Towel refunds will be given upon
turning in the wooden sandals and a
towel at the towel window with the
towel receipt received at the begin-
ning of last semester.

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Shows at 2 - 3:28 - 7 - 9

Concert
Student Recital: An informal re-
cital of the -Chamber Music class un-
der the direction of Prof. Hanns Pick
will be given on Wednesday, May 29,
3:00 p.m., room 305, School of Music
building.
One movement of each of the fol-
lowing works will be played:
Ernest Chausson .. . .Pianoquartet
Volkmar Andreae ... Stringquartet
Cesar Franck........ Pianoquintet
Leone Sinigaglia .......Stringtrio
Joseph Haydn ...... Stringquartet
Ernst v. Dohnanyi....Pianoquintet
(Two movements)
Anyone interested is invited to at-
tend.
Graduation Rteeital: Mark Bills,
baritone, from Lewisville, Ind., stu-
dent of Professor Arthur Hackett
from the School of Music, will give
a Graduation - Recital, Tuesday, May
28, at 4:15 in the School of Music
Auditorium. Mr. Achilles Taliaferro
will be the accompanist. The gen-
eral public with the exception of small

III

Gentlemen:
I wish I had bought myself 10.,000
Sanforized-Shrunk Arrow. Shirts a few years
ago and put them in a safety vault, instead
of some of the things I went in for.
The Amalgamated Coat Hanger that I bought
at 47 is now 17. My Consolidated, Cookie Cutter
which I took on at 122 is now 19. United Crutch
on which I loaded up at 93% is now 5%.. Inter-
national Medicine Dropper came into my life.
at 87;--it's now around 20.
All my assets have shrunk save my Arrow
shirts. As investments go, they're the only
non-fluctuating, non-shrinking, non-choking,
- -satisfaction-bearing, comfort-yielding buy
that I know.

Sincerely,

III

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DAILY 15c TO 6
WNH ITNEY
- Now
FERENC MOLNAR'S
DELIGHTFUL COMEDY!
"GOOD FAIRY"
with
MARGARET SULLAVAN
HERBERT MARSHALL

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Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
TONIGHT at 8:15 - Last Tirnes TOMORROW at 3:15 and 8:15
NAZIMOVA & ROMNEY BRI9NT "The Simpleton pf Uiexpected Isles"
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TOMORROW
The mysterious future. What is hidden behind
that veil? It holds the secret of our hopes, ambi-
tions career. It holds set-backs, too. We cannot
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