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Publication in the Bulletin is constr
University. Copy received at the ofic
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.
VOL. XLV No. 106
President and Mrs. Ruthven will
be at home to the students on Wed-
nesday. Feb. 27, from 4 to 6 o'clock.
University Scholarships In The
Graduate School The Board of Ee-
gents of the U; iversity of Michigan
have etablished certain UniversityI

short but important business meet-
ing. An invitation to attend is cor=
IAL BUILLETIN dially extended to all interested.
ructive notice to all members of the Student Tea: Methodist students
ce of the Assistant to the Presidentj and their friends of college are age
cordially invited to tea at Stalker
Hall, 3:30 to 5:00. Enjoy some of
Lj your favorite games and have re-
Exhibitions freshments with old and new friends.
ExhibiOn of Persian Miniature Be sure to drop in after classes or
Paintings sponsored by the Research studies.
Seminary in Islamic Art. Alumni I~-- -
Memorial Hall. South Gallery, to Mixed Badminton: There will be a

Upholds War Profits

Classifled Directory


MacCracken Surrenders;
Begins Serving Time

March 14. Open daily from 2 to 5
o'clock. Gallery talks to be an-
Events TodayI
Chemical Engineering Seminar:

WASHINGTON, Feb. 26-P)-Wil- of Michigan Scholarships to be Edward G. Yee will be the speaker at
liam P. MacCracken, former assistant known as University Scholarships in the Chemical Engineering Seminar at
secretary of commerce for aeronaut- the Graduate School and have di- 4 o'clock in Room 3201 E. Eng. Bldg.
ics, surrendered and entered the Dis- rected that these Scholarships shall on the subject , "Thermodynamic
trict of Columbia Jail at 4 p.m. to- he available to students in the Uni- Properties of Ethane."
day to serve a ten-day sentence for versity who are residents of the
contempt of the Senate. State of Michigyn and who enter up- Forestry Club: The group picture
The-Supreme Court recently ruled on graduate work in the academic will be taken at 4:30 p.m., in the
MacCracken would have to serve the ye.ar immediately following their Rentschler Studio, 319 East Huron3
,contempt sentence imposed by the undergraduate curricula and the re- Street. Members of the faculty of
Senate for permitting the destruction ceiving of the bachelor's degree. The the Forestry School, forestry students,
of papers subpenaed by the Black Scholarships carry exemption from and pre-forestry students are ex-
Airmail Committee. fees in the manner of existing Uni- pected to be present. The group pic-i
hesley W. Jurney, sergeant-at- versity Fellowships in the Graduate ture of the senior class will be taken
arms of the Senate, made the an- School. Application blanks for Uni- at the same time.
arms Iversity Scholarships in the Gradu-
nouncement and made public a state- ,vriyShlsipinteGau
ment by MacCracken saying: ate School may be obtained from the Transportation Club: Meeting at
m erbycaralcknserainoffice of the Graduate School and 7:30 p.m., Michigan Union. Prof.
concluded not to petition the Su- should be filed not later than March Adams will give a talk. Smokes and
preme Court for a rehearsing of my ,accompanidaby a transcript ofrefreshments. _
case, and in accordance with the stip- the undergraduate record.
ulation I entered into with the ser- C. S. Yoakum, Dean. Landscape Club meeting, 7:30 p.m.,
geant-at-arms of the Senate, I am in 403 South Wing. Short business
surrendering to serve my sentence. Students, College of Literature, meeting will follow talk by Ronald
ThisI do conscious of the fact that Science, and The Arts: No course McGillivray.
I have done no wrongful act." may be elected for credit after the-
Jurney said MacCracken "Tele- end of the third week. Saturday, Varsity Band: Rehearsal tonight at
phoned me at 3 o'clock he wanted to March 2, is therefore the last date 7:15 p.m. in full uniform.
surrender." on which new elections may be ap-
"He said he would meet me at the proved. The willingness of an in- Alpha Kappa Delta meeting at 8
jail at 3:45 pm.," Jurney added. dividual instructor to admit a stu- p.m., at the home of Professor A. E.
"But he lost his way and didn't ar- dent later would not affect the op- Wood, 3 Harvard Place. There will
rive at the jail until 4 o'clock, when! ration of this rule. be a group discussion on the subject,
he surrendered and entered the jail." -'----."What I Am Getting Or Am Not Get-
i University Bureau of Appoint- ting From Sociology." Will those with
Govern'iment Over-Ruled ments & Occupational Information cars and those desiring transporta-
has received notice of the following tion meet at the northeast entrance
In Mellon Tax Battle U.S. Civil Service Examinations: ... of Haven Tiall at 7:45.
Asst. Statistical Clerk, $1620. I
PITTSBURGH, Feb. 25.-- (')-An Director of Typography, Govern- Phi Eta Sigma: There will be a
attempt by government counsel to ment Printing Office, $3600. short meeting at the Union this eve-
show that Andrew W. Mellon pur- Dietitians, $1800 to $2900. ning at 7:30, for the election of a
-chased stocks offered on the so-calle Announcements are on file at the delegate to the National Convention,
1929 was over-ruled by Chairman Er- office, 201 Mason Hall. and for the consideration of any other
nest H. sVan Fossan of the Board of! business of current pertinence.
Tax Appeals today. I Dues of the Junior Class of the'
The board is hearing Mellon's claim College of Literature, Science, and Sigma Rho Tau - Meeting at 7:30
that he is entitled to a return of $139,- the Arts must be paid before Friday, p.m., Union. Speaker: Prof. G. G.
000 for overpaid taxes in 1931. The as they are now compulsory. Mem- Brown, national expert on fuels. Sub-
government charges the banker with bers of the financial committee, exec- ject: "Alcohol As A Fuel For Internal
fraud and claims he owes $3,089,000. utive committee or appointed repre- Combustion Engines." Public cor-
Van Fosran's ruling came after sentatives will have receipt books for dially invited. Organization of circles

match game between the students
and the Ann Arbor Club this eveningI
in Barbour Gymnasium. Players are
asked to arrive punctually at the time
they are scheduled to play and to
bring at least one bird.
Universay Broadcasting:
9:15 to 9:30 a.m. - Laboratory Pro-
giam for University Speech Class.
2:00 to 2:0 pm.-Vocational Guid-
ance Series. Topic -"College For!i
Students With No Definite Vocation
In Mind." George E. Meyers, pro-
fessor o-f vocational education and

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LOST: Black purse, somewhere on
campus, containing watch, foun-
tain pen, etc. Reward, call Opal
McCredie at 2-3355. 122
LOST: Theta pin. Between Architec-
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Phone. 3218. 120
Prominent Alumnus
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Robert H. Jackson, representing the collections.
Internal RevenuestiBu r e a u, had
brought out in testimony from Mel- Contemporary - Manuscripts will
rlons secretary that aclist of losses be returned Thursday, Feb. 28, from
recorded in a joint accoupt of the, 1:00 to 5:00, at the Contemporary
Mellon brothers - Andrew and R. B.office, Student Publication Building.
-sbowed ta deductions were claimed At this time authors will have an op-
by R yB. tt portunity to get direct comments!
In trying 'to show that Andrew, from representative members of the '
then secretary of the Treasury, ac-
tually owned the stocks but that they staff and to discuss their manuscripts
'-- - - with them.

will be completed at this meeting.
Scabbard and Blade: Regular meet-
ing at 7:30 p.m., Michigan Union.
Room posted.
All Students interested in speech
activities are invited to attend a
smoker given by Alpha Nu forensic
society this evening in the Alpha Nu
room, fourth floor Angell Hall. A
prominent faculty member will be the
speaker of the evening. Information
concerning' Alpha Nu's activities and
membership will be announced. At-
tendance at thesmoker does not im-
pose any obligation to join.
Athena: Meeting at 7:15 p.m.
Pledges will present a mock debate
on the topic: "Resolved: That blondes

were listed in someone else's name,
Jackson asked the witness, Howard
M. Johnson, if it wasn't a fact that
the stocks never had been transferred
*to Andrew Mellon's name.
"Isn't it a fact those stocks were
carried so as not to reflect Mr. Mel-
lon's ownership?" Jackson pressed.
"I don't know," Johnson answered.
Mrs. F. I. Roosevelt Is'
D. A. R. Election Issue
WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 -(i')- An
attempt to prevent Mrs. Franklin D.
Roosevelt from becoming a D.A.R.
campaign was made today by Mrs.
William A. Becker, candidate for
president-general of the patriotic or-
Apparently seeking to counter-
check a move by her opponent, Mrs.
Becker said in a statement that she
had not meant a mere acknowledge-
ment of a gift book - which called
Mrs. Roosevelt a radical - to be used
as an indorsement of the publication.
Mrs. Becker's opponent for presi-
dent-general is Mrs. Flora Myers Gil-
lentine, of Ch'attanooga, and the lat-
ter had apparently referred to the
Mrs. Roosevelt incident in her plat-
Marriage Wants Of
Students Surveyed
(Continued from Page 1)
married while in college and 47 imme-
diately upon graduation, 240 stated
that they would wait until at least
a few years after their graduation
from the University.
Most students prefer to have known
their partner for some time before
their marriage, results of the poll in-
dicate. Of the 218 who answered the
question, 156 wished to have a long
acquaintance while 62 would marry
on short courtship.
Ninety-seven students plan to
marry someone their own age, 84
wanted their partner to be younger
than themselves and 55 wished him
to be older. In 233 cases college grad-
uates would have a greater appeal
than their rivals.

Coming Events
Junior Mathematics Club will meet
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, Room
3212 Angell Hall. All students inter-
ested in mathematics are welcome.
A.S.C.E.: Regular meeting of the!
student chapter of The American
Society of Civil Engineers on Thurs-
day, Feb. 28, Room 311, West Engi-
neering Building. This is an impor-
tant meeting and all members are
urged to be present. Before the meet-
ing there will be slides on the recent-
ly finished Hetch Hetchey Water Sup-
ply and Power Project. All engineers
are invited to see these slides.
Tryouts for French Play: Thursday
and Friday, this week, from 3:00 to
5:00, in Room 408, Romance Language
Building. Open to all students inter-
Cercle Francais meeting Thursday
evening, Feb. 28, at 7:30 p.m., in the
League. All members are requested
to attend. A social meeting will fol-
low an informal address by ProfessorI
The Executive Committee of the;
Interfraternity Council will meet at
5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28, in Room 306'
of the Michigan Union. All petitions
to this meeting relative to fraternityj
initiation must be in the council office1
by noon Thursday.I
Engineering Council: Important
meeting on Thursday, Feb 28. No
excused absences.
Assembly: Important meeting on
Thursday. Feb. 28. League Library,,
4:15 p.m. '
U-M Outdoor' Club: The club is
holding a mixed swimming party at
the Intramural pool Saturday eve-
ning from 8 to 10. Any student in-
terested is invited to attend. A fee
of 10 cents will be charged.
Michigan Union Opera: All stu-
dents interested in writing either
book, music, or lyrics for the 1935
Michigan Union opera are requested
to attend an important meeting
Thursday, Feb. 28, 4:30 p.m., Room
302, Michigan Union.
Drama Group of the Michigan
Dames will meet with Mrs. Oscar
Pederson, 1119 Granger, Thursday,
8 p.m. A one act play will be read
and discussed and the parts given
out to be prepared for the general
meeting April 2 when the Drama
Group will have charge. All those
interested are urged to attend.
Faculty Women's Club: Mrs. Alex-
ander Ruthven is opening her home
to the members of the Faculty Wom-
en's Club for tea on Thursday, Feb.
28, at three o'clock.
The Executive Committee of the.
Interfraternity Council will meet at
5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28, in Room 306
of the Michigan Union. All petitions
to this meeting relative to fraternity
initiation must be in the council office
by noon Thursday.
Alvin H. Schleifer, Secy.
Prof. F. N. Menefee of the engineer-
ing mechanics department and Prof.
H. H. Riggs of the civil engineering
department spoke at the 55th annual
convention of the Michigan Engineer-
ing Society, which was held Feb. 22
and 23 at the Hotel Statler in Detroit.
Professor Menefee gave a brief talk
on the St. Lawrence Waterway, and
Professor Riggs, who is vice-president
of the American Society of Civil Engi-
neers, conducted a discussion at the
morning session of the convention.

Contemporary: The campus sale of
the February issue will continue
through Wednesday. Thereafter cop-I
ies may be obtained at the Con-
temporary office in the Student Pub-,

lications Building. Subscribers
urged to call for copies early.

-Associated Press Photo.
Eugene G. Grace, president of the
Bethlehem Shipbuilding Company
and the Bethlehem Steel Company,
voiced epposition to elimination of all
wartime profits for private industry
when he appeared before the Senate
munitions committee.
State Banks To
Lend Money On
Aet Enables Borrowing

GRAPHING promptly and neatly
done in our own shop by experi-
enced operators at moderate rates.
O. D. Morrill's Typewriter and Sta-
tionery Store, 314 S. State Street.
MAPLE SYRUP $3.00 per gallon.
Order now for spring delivery.
Write G. B. Wells, 1746 Washtenaw.
selection in the country.' Associated
Motor Services, Inc. 317 W. Huron.
Ph. 2-3268. "Let's get acquainted."
Arcade. Latest fiction, biography,
etc., 5c a day. 13x
PERSONAL laundry service. We take
individul interest in the laundry
problems of our customers. Girls'
silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar-
anteed. Men's shirts our specialty.
Call for and deliver. Phone 5594.
611 E. Hoover. 2x
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sol darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006.
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. 'Clii-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main . 7x
GENTLEMEN of leisure desired to
sell the new study lamps approved
by the Illuminating Engineering
Society of America. Phone 9017, Er-
nest Wakefield, 1443 Washtenaw,
after 7 p.m. 121
CAMPUS ROOMS for week-end
guests. Phone 2-2316. J. J. Spauld-
ing, 118 N. State. 123
Student Treasure Tours
Scandinavian - Russian Tour - June
28 - Aug. 18 - 5 days - 10 countries -
1695 - Tourist Class - All expenses
including tips - other tours $310 -
$735 - Circular upon request.
1160 Seward Ave., Detroit


Academic Notices prefer gentlemen." Prompt attend-
Zoology 31 (Organic Evolution): ance is required.
A supplementary examination for,
those who missed the final will be ! Varsity Glee Club: Meets this morn-
held in Room 2103 N. S: on Saturday, ing, 8:30, .at University High School,
March 2, at 9 a.m. for half-hour program. Regular I
weekly rehearsal as usual on Thurs-'
Antropology 31: The make-up final day.
examination will be held Saturday,I
March 2, from 9 to 12 o'clock, Room j Freshmen Girls' Glee Club practice
3024, Museums Building. tonight in the League. All the mem-!
bers must be present and prompt.I
Economics 51: The make-up final Room will be posted.
examination will be held Thursday, I
Feb. 28, from 3 to 6 o'clock in Room Interpretive Arts Society: At 4:00
207, Ec. Bldg. co'clock in Room 205, Mason Hall.'
'Professor Hollister will read from
Psychology 31: For those who Shaw's play "Androcles and the Lion."
missed the final examination last se- All persons interested will be wel-
mester a make-up will be given this come.
evening from 7 to 10 in Room 3126
N.S. Beta Kappa Rho: Important busi-
ness meeting at 7:45 at the Michigan'
League Building. All members are
urged to attend.
University Lecture:
Dr. Frederick A. Coller, Professor Luncheon for Graduate Students
of Surgery in the Medical School, will at 12 o'clock in the Russian Tea Room:
lecture on the subject "The Progress of the Michigan League Building.j
of Surgery in Recent Years" (illus- Prof. Charles F. Remer, of the Eco-!
trated by lantern slides), in the Nat- nomics Department, will speak infor-
ural Science Auditorium at 4:15 p.m., mally on the "Economic Boycott."
Thursday, Feb. 28, at 4:15 p.m., (not {
5:15 p.m. as erroneously stated in yes- Publicity Committee of the League,
terday's Daily). The public is cor- very important meeting at 4:30 p.m.,
dially invited. Undergraduate Offices of the League. '
All members of the staff must be
Lecture: Dr. F. S. Onderdonk will present.
give an illustrated lecture on "Tol- --
stoy's Life and Teaching" Wednes- I Hillel Players: Rehearsal for entire
day, Feb. 27, at 4:15 p.m., in Natural cast of "Unfinished Picture" at 3:15
Science Auditorium. p.m. at the Foundation.
Dr. Aga-Oglu will give a talk on National Student League meeting
Persian Miniature Painting in con- in the Michigan Union at 8 p.m.
nection with the present exhibit on Mentor Williams of the English de-
Friday, March 1, at 4 o'clock in Alum- ! partment will speak on "Recent
ni Memorial Hall. Public is cordially Trends in American Literature." Mr
invited. Williams' talk will be preceded by a
f. 1

played person may borrow money
from these banks without security, if
they wish to modernize or repair their
property. The amount of these loans
may vary from $100 to $2,000, and
are issued for a term of from one to
'three years.
The second section of the act will
allow a person to borrow up to $16,-
000 on a long-term mortgage for a
new home.
Banks and institutions approved by
the government are allowed to make
such loans, and both types of loans
are insured by the government.
Local Faculty
Men Contribute
To Periodical
Two articles by faculty, members
appear in the January issue of the
magazine, "American Literature,"
published at Duke University in co-
operation with the American litera-
ture group of the Modern Language
Association of America.
Prof. Albert H. Marckwardt of the
English department has written "The
Chronology and Personnel of the
Bread and Cheese Club." In his arti-
cle Professor Marckwardt attempts
to bring to light and clarify many of
the unknown and disputed facts re-
garding the literary club with which
James Fenimore Cooper was asso-
Dr. Theodore Hornberger of the'
English department has written "The
Date, The Source, and The Signifi-
cance of Cotton Mather's Interest In
Science." Dr. Hornberger disputes
the point that the attitude of "The
Christian Philosopher" was arrived
at late in Mather's career, and shows
indications of scientific interest in his
earlier writings.
Prof. G. G. Brown of the chemical
engineering department, will address
Sigma Rho Tau, stump speakers so-
ciety, on "The Pros and Cons of the
Use of Alcohol as a Motor Fuel," at
7:45 p.m. tomorrow in the Union.
The speech will be the subject for a
series of debates in which the stump
speakers expect to engage for the next'
four weeks. The lecture is open to the
public, officials said. A business meet-
ing of the society was announced for
7:15 p.m.

SFor Improvements, New FrankMaury Wells, '94L, died last
Homes, And Repairs Thursday of a sudden heart attack
at his home in New York City.
Legislation recently passed at Lan- Mr. Wells, a prominent New York
sing will enable Washtenaw County attorney, was born in 1872 at Floyd,
citizens to borrow money under the Va., the son of Dr. George Milton
nxcvisions of the National Housing Wells and Loucinda Goodwin Wells.
Act for the first time. The family moved to Portland, Ore.,
The act will allow approved state when he was a 'boy.
balks to loan money, insured by the After graduating from the Bishop
government to home-owners, for re- Scott Academy in Portland, Mr. Wells
pairs and improvements and to make entered the University Law School.
long-term mortgage loans for the re- Following his graduation he served
financing of urban homes. here for two years as an instructor.
Under Title I of the act an em- In 1898 Mr. Wells went to New

York City and was admitted to the
bar. He had been practicing =con-
tinuously until his death. During
the World War Mr. Wells gave his
legal services to the government with-
out charge and later received its
official thanks.j
Mr. Wells was a member of the
Explorers' Club and is said to have
been the first man to make the diffi-
cult climb up the face of Mount Hood
in Oregon.
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