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Publication in the Bulletin Is constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at the ofice of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

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'Prince Mike' Named In Suit
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Classified Directory]

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1935 at 3 o'clock this afternoon instead of
VOL. XLV No. 107 14.

Co1b's Son Charged
With Assault On Girl
REDWOOD CITY, Calif., Feb. 27. -
VP) -Hershel Cobb, ninetben-year-
old son of Ty Cobb, former Detroit
baseball star, was charged with as-
sault and battery upon Miss Julia
Conner, 19, in a complaint issued
here, but he vehemently declared to-
day it was "nothing but a frameup."
Young Cobb will be arraigned
Thursday. He was released on $250

Faculty, College Of Literature,
Scence, And The Aris: AttendanceI
report cards are being distributed
through the Departmental Offices.
Instructors are requested to report
absences to my office in accordance.
with the rules printed on these cards.
W. R. Humphreys, Assis4ant Dean
School of Education, Changes of
of Elections: No course may be elect-
ed for credit after Saturday, March
2. Students enrolled in this school
must report all changes of elections
at the Registrar's Office, Room 4, Uni-
versity Hall. This includes any changeI
of sections or instructors.
Membership in a class does not
cease nor begin until all changes have



The complaint alleged Cobb at- been thus officially registered. Ar-,
tacked the girl when she resisted his rangements made with the instructors
advances. are not official changes.
E. M. Statler Heiress College of Literature, Science and
Dies f Asphyxiatuion Arts: Students Now Eligil le To Ap-
ply For Candidacy for a Degree are
PINEHURST, N. C., Feb. 27. - (P,) . asked to call for their slips in Room
- Mrs. Bradley Davidson, Jr., 22, i 4 U.H.
of Washington, D. C., the former Miss
Elva Statler, heiress of E. M. Statler, Students having speech difficulties
of hotel fame, died today at her such as stuttering, lisping, and voice
winter home of what her physician inadequacies which prevent them
described as carbon monoxide poison- from enrolling in regular Speech are
ing. 1 invited to meet in Room 4203 Angell
The bride of less than two months Hall, Tuesday, March 5, at 4 o'clock.
was taken to the Moore County Hos- The work will be discussed and hours
pital this morning shortly after 9 arranged at this time. No credit is
o'clock in an unconscious condition, given for this work nor is there any
having been taken from beneath the fee.
steering wheel of her automobile in
her ga e at Edgewoodthe hospital Sigma Xi: Nominations for mem-
said ht in site of two hnurs' effort bership in Sigma Xi are due Friday,


University Lecture:
Dr. Frederick A. Coller, Professorj
of Surgery in the Medical School, will
lecture on the subject "The ProgressI
of Surgery in Recent Years" {illus-
trated, at 4:15 p.m., Thursday, Feb.!
28, in the Natural Science Auditor-
This is the sixth of a series of Uni-
versity lectures by members of the
University faculties, which facultyj
members, students, and the generall
public are cordially invited to attend.
Events Today
Pclitical Science Journal Club meets
in 2037 A.H. from 3 to 5 p.m. Allj
graduate students in the department
are expected to attend.
Junior Mathematics Club meets'
this evening at 8 o'clock, Room 32121
Angell Hall. All students interested
in mathematics are welcome.
Engineers: Meeting of the Engi-
neering Open House Committee at
5 p.m., Room 17, East Hall. This
meeting will take care of preliminary'
organization and planning. It will be
composed of the presidents of the va-
rious engineering societies, such asj
Tau Beta Pi, Michigan Technic, Engi-
neering Council, A.I.Ch.E., A.S.C.E.,
Transportation Club, Sigma Rho Tau,
A.S.M.E., and any others possibly
omitted here. If the presidents them-.
selves cannot attend, will they please
send responsible representatives.



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suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
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sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006. cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
9x North Main . 7x

Place advertisements w th Clas ifhd
Advertising Department. Phone 2-1214.
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Order now for sping delivery.
Write G. B. Wells 1746 Washtenaw.
1115 S. University. Special Monday
and Tuesday, shampoo' and finger
wave, 35c. Rest of week, 50c. Per-
manents $3-$6, end permanents,
$2. Phone 7561. 12x
With a nationally advertised cloth-
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Training, leads and cooperation will
be given. White M. J. DeYoung,
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selection in the country. Associated
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to save Mrs. Davidson's life, she March 1.r
oever regained consciousness. It was L. S. Ramsdell,
he who attributed death to monoxide 3078 Natural Sc. Bldg.
Richard P. Davidson, of Pinehurst, Dues of the Junior Class of the
brother of Mrs. Davidson's husband, College of Literature, Science, and
said that she was found in the garage the Arts must be paid before Friday,
this morning by a house servant. The as they are now compulsory. Mem-
motor of the car was silent, and the j kers of the financial committee, exec-
body of Mrs. Davidson, he said, was I utive committee or appointed repre-
half in and half out of the car. The I sentatives will have receipt books forI
garage door was closed. collections.


A.S.C.E.: Regular meeting of the!
student chapter of The American
Society of Civil Engineers at 7 p.m.
today, Room 311, West Engineering1
Building. This is an important
meeting and all members are urgedI
to be present. Before the meetingI
there will be slides on the recentlyl
finished Hetch Hetchey Water Sup-
ply and Power Project. All engineers.
are invited to see these slides.


Council: Important

meeting today. No excused absences.

Tax Board Investigates Contemporary: The campus sale of Cercle Francais meeting at 7:30'
the February issue will continue p.m., in the League. All members f
$150,000 Mellon Loan I through Wednesday. Thereafter cop- are requested to attend. A social
ies may be obtained at the Con- meeting will follow an informal ad-
PITTSBURGH, Feb. 27.--.P)--The temporary office in the Student Pub- dess by fessor Knusn.
Board of Tax Appeals was told today lications Building. Subscribers are ssy Professor Knudsn.
by Howard M. Johnson, confidential urged to call for copies early. T
secretary for Andrew W. Mellon, thaTryouts for French Play: Thursday
the financier loaned $150,000 in 1931, and Friday, this week, from 3:00 to
while he was serving as Secretary of Unverisity Broadcasting: 5:00, in Room 408, Romance Language
the Treasury, to the Ascalot Corp. for .9:15-9:30 a.m.- Laboratory Pro- Building. Open to all students inter-
the purchase of 500 shares of bank gram for Universtiy Speech Class. ested.
stoCk. (Student discussion. concerning mil--
The Ascalot Corp. is the personal ! tary training for University students ( Assembly: Important meeting at
hplding concern of Mrs. Ailsa Bruce, j - Charles Brownson, '35, leader). 4:15 p.m., League Library.
daughter of Mellon, it was brought 2:00-2:30 p.m. - Spanish Language -
out in the testimony. Series - Topic: "Spanish Pronuncia- The Executive Committee of the
Questioned by F. R. Shearer, attor- tion" - Jose M. Albaladejo, Assist- Interfraternity Council will meet at
ney for the Internal Revenue Iureau, ant Professor of Spanish. This is 5 p.m., Room 306, Michigan Union.
Johnson said the transaction was the second talk of a series of five All petitions to this meeting relative
made on Feb. 16, 1931. He said Mellon given to high school students. to fraternity initiation mtst be in
drew a check for the amount payable 10:00-10:15 p.m.-"Sensitization," the council office by noon today.
to David E. K. Bruce, husband of Dr. David M. Cowie, Professor of Fe-.
Mrs. Bruce, and did not charge any diatrics and Infectious Diseases, and Michigan Union Opera: All stu-
interest pr require collateral. Head of the Department; Medical dents interested in writing either
I School of the University. book, music, or lyrics for the 1935
British To Investigate 10:00-10:30 p.m.- "Air Condition- Michigan Union opera are requested
ing," Warren L. McCabe, Associate to attend an important meeting at
Walker's fIlegal Entry Professor of Chemical Engineering. 4:30 p.m., Room 302, Michigan Union.

The Alumni Association is mailing I CAMPUS R
nndividuacsm Library ead otices to all University of Michigan guests.P
Clubs and Alumnae Chapters advis- - ing, 118 N.
i ' lai mI B king them to send recommendations CAMPUS
Ne. Ae I to the Association for Annual AlumniI guests. Ph
IScholarships by May 1.
a r k Sullivan Trip o East The total of 50 scholarships are APT. in Cam
fgranted to entering freshmen each and batht
News Commentator' Says Dr. William W. Bishop, librarian of fall.Zwerdling'
the University and head of the de-
Present Order Should partment of library science, has just
SM i e returned from a trip to the East dur-
___e a ta ed ing which he attended a meeting of / IC1(I)W LIN Lw"1
(Continued from Pahe l) I the advisory group on junior college
he ontI -) libraries held in Philadelphia. Is Carried in Complete Asst
therefore I think the people who Besides Mr. Bishop, who is chair-
claim that we must change are man of the group, Dean James B.
wrong." he said. Edmonson of the school of educa-
Under the present order in this tion, and H. C. Gourlay, a member
country, Mr. Sullivan stated, we have of the staff of the Carnegie Corpora-
been asked to assent to a complete tion attached to the University li-
change after fighting for 100 years brary, also attended the meeting.
for freedom. We have been asked to The purpose of the group is to1 D WT NNetoth
surrender individual freedom for eco- advise the Carnegie Corporation on DOWNTOWN Next to the
i nomic security. Under economic se- its contemplated assistance of the
curity, he stated, we have compulsion libraries of junior colleges. Its mem-
and collectivism, whereas under free- bership consists of Dr. Bishop, Pro-
dom we have individualism. fessor Ells of the Stanford school of
"How far have we gone in the ac- education, Professor Koos of the Chi-
F tual establishment of a new order in cago school of education, Dean R. L._,
ths country?" asked Mr. Sullivan. It Wilson of the graduate school of the I
was his belief that we haven't a new department of library science at Chi-
order because all of the recent legis- cago, Charles E. Ruch, assistant li-
lation enacted is merely temporary ( brarian at Yale, President J. M. Wood
in order to meet an emergency. of Stephens College, Columbia, Mo.,
He denied that we are now operat- and Superintendent W. Haggard of
ing under any form of dictatorship the township high schools and jun- -
because, he said, "a dictatorship im- ior college in Joliet, Ill.
plies the usurpation of powers, and At this meeting, Dr. Bishop stated, ,$" f
Congress has specifically granted the plans were discussed on securing in-
President all of his power." formation on the libraries of junior
Mr. Sullivan believes that once a colleges in the United States.
government slips from an old and While in the East, Dr. Bishop also
established standard there is a tend- spoke before the American Associa-
ency for the new standard to so accel- tion of Junior Colleges which was
crate itself that a reversal of it is meeting in Washington.
almost impossible.
He cited as an example of this

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LONDON, Feb. 27. -(OP) - The
government will be asked to give the'
House of Commons the facts concern-
ing the status of James J. Walker,
former New York mayor, as an un-
registered alien in England, it was an-
nounced tonight. ,
Valentine la T. McEntee, Labor
member from Walthamstow, gave no-
tice tonight that he was filing a ques-
tion asking Sir John Gilmour, Home
secretary, to inform the Commons
whether Walker has been registered
as an alien since his arrival and
whether the government proposes to
take any action.
At Dorking, Mrs. Walker said that
she was not worried in the least about
her husband's ability to clear up the
question of alien registration in order
that they may remain here until au-

Academic Notices
Students Concentrating in Ma'the-
Matics: The comprehensive exam-
ination for students who have this
semester been provisionally admitted'
to candidacy for a degree with mathe-
matics as field of concentration will
be held on Saturday, March 2, at
9:00 a.m. in Room 3011 A.H.
Antropology 31: The make-up final
examination will be held Saturday,
March 2, from 9 to 12 o'clock, Room
3024, Museums Building.
Philosophy 31: Make-up examina-
tion will be held Friday, March 1, at
4 p.m. in 202 S.W.

Hillel Foundation: Doctor Isaac's
class - the Jew in Science - will
meet at 8 p.m. at the Hillel Founda-
tion. The topic will be "The Modern
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. -UP)-
Secretary Ickes is against giving uni-
versal college education-- even to3
,well the number of presidential ad-
He told the Washington Lions and
Rotary clubs today that every child
should receive the education for which
ie was fitted.
"But," he said, "I do not believe in
universal college education. You
would not want to make everybody
Ph.D.'s -even to satisfy the demands
made on our college faculties by the
brain trust."

principle the Agricultural Adjustment
Act, the avowed purpose of which was
to give farmers a greater margin of,
ci ofiton their crops by limiting pro-
The Federal government first at-
tempted to establish a processing tax
on only four farm commodities. Farm-!
ers, however, merely stopped growing
these crops and produced others. The
government then had to keep cut- ;
ting the processing tax on more crops f
until at the present time there are

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First Time in Ann Arbor


Zoology 31

(Organic Evolution):I

___ -A supplementary exa
Nineteen Cases .Will those who missed the
held in Room 2103 N. S
Come Before Court March 2, at 9 a.m.
Nineteen criminal cases are already Sociology 51 Final

mination for
final will be
. on Saturday,

Examination )I

on the docket of the circuit court's'
March term, which begins Wednes-
day, Emmet M. Gibbs, county clerk,
announced yesterday.
Included among the persons to
come before the court is Mrs. Celia
Cerwinka, charged as an accessory
in the murder of her husband, Mike
Cerwinka. The docket will be re-
viewed Tuesday.

Make-up: Students who did not take
the final examination in this course
for the first semester may take the
make-up examination on Saturday,
March 2, from 9:00 to 12:00 in Room
D, Haven Hall. This is the only ~make-
up that will be given in this course.
Speech 31: Mr. Densmore's section
in Speech 31 will meet in Morris Hall

Two Light-heartea Features
filled to the brim with laugh-
ter and fun for you.

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