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ITHE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MARCH

1, 1935

LATE
WIRE
NEWS

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin 18 constructive notice to all members of the
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

Kelly Cets Record Vote In Chicago Primary

FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1935
VOL. XLV No. 108
Noticesj
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be
at home to members of the faculties,
their friends, and other residents of
Ann Arbor on Sunday, March 3, from
4 to 6 o'clock.

Recount Amendment

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Is To Be Voted Upon Faculty Meeting, College of Litera-
ture, Science and Arts:
SING, Feb. 28.-(4)-Mich- The regular March meeting of the
oters next April will have an Faculty of the College of Literature,
inity to remove recount dis- Science and Arts will be held in Room
from the jurisdiction of the 1025, A.H., Monday afternoon, March
ture. 4, beginning at 4:10 o'clock.j
pint " resolution initiating an Agenda:
ment to the constitution to Election of member of University
election disputes in the hands Council, to serve second semester in
state board of canvassers sped place of Prof. O. J. Campbell, absent
h the Legislature today. It will on leave; Nominating Committee, L.
ced on the April election bal* I. Bredvold; Chairman, Peter Field,
P. E. James.
Senate adopted the recount Report of Executive Committee -
,utional proposal by an unani- Thorpe.
vote. It had originated in the R e p o r t concerning University
It provides that the board of Council- Aiton.
sers assume jurisdiction in elec- Report concerning Deans' Confer-
sputes under regulations pre- ences -:Kraus.
by the Legislature. Report from Administrative Board
- Humphreys.
rn To Fatherland Report from Concentration Com-
mittee - Shull.
Is Celebrated In Saar Report concerning Foreign Books
..and Periodicals-Librarian W. W.

2003 N.S. This will be the only make-
up final examination for this course
to be given this semester.
Geology Make-up Examinations for!
the following courses will be given
Saturday, March 2, at 2 p.m. in Room
2054 N. S.:
Final - Geology 11, 12 and 121.
Third bluebook in Geology 11.
Lectures
Dr. Aga-Oglu will give a talk on
Persian Miniature Painting in con-
nection with the present exhibit on,
Friday. March 1. at 4 o'clock in Alum-
ni Memorial Hall. Public is cordially
invited.!
Esperanto: Prof. Clarence L. Mead-
er and Dr. Onderdonk will lecture
Friday, March 1, at 4:15, in Natural
Science Auditorium on "Why We Be-
lieve in Esperanto."
Exhibitions
E ahhiitir of 1Pari 1 iniatr

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-Associated Press Photo.
Mayor Edward J. Kelly (lcft), Democratic nayo, of Chicago, is
alhiva receiving r ctui ns from mhe primary in which he received a record
vote of 479. 7 to sucecud himelf. The R-publican nominee is Emil C.

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SAARBRUCKEN, March 1.- (Fri- Bishop.
day) - W) - Hilarious SaarlandersB A large attendance is desired.
staged a second new year's celebration lg tn cie d
in the early morning hours to wel- University Broadcasting:
come March 1-the day the Saaris I9:15-9sty30 ad-cabrtoryPro
officially turned back to Germany gv:15-9S:30pa.m.-Laboratory Pro-
the League of Nations. gram for University Speech Class.
(Student Round Table discussion up-
From midnight on they held a "new "g
and better time" with beer toasts, vic- Broadcasting," Stewart Cram, '35,
tory hails, frantic shouts of glee and rleader.)i
patriotic songs. Powerful loud speak- 2:00-2:30 p.m.- Health Series -
ers on street corners transmitted mil-
itar tues s te rvely cntiuedTopic: "Athletes' Injuries," Dr. Carl
itary tunes as the revelry continued 1Badgley, Professor of Surgery, Medi-
far into the night. cal School, University of Michigan.
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rx7 LIUnon o n eersian ivt Mnature e
Paintings sponsored by the Research Wetten (right), i attorney whc reeived 69,600 vote; to win over two
Seminary in Islamic Art. Alumni rivals aftvr a lictlecs campaign. FOR RENT
Memorial Hall, South Gallery, to CAMPUS OOMS or
March 14. Open daily from 2 to 5 A guests Phone 2-2316. J. J. Spauld-
o'clock. Gallery talks to be an- Autoom otiive M aoazine races ing, 118 N. State. 123
nounced.__
ISjLARGE front room for women. One-
Ex1alld Scoe Of IndustrV half block from University High
Events Todayschool. Phone 7238. 130
Delta Epsilon Pi: Important meet------- --
ing at 8:30, Michigan Union. By RALPH W. HURD per cent of the aluminum, 85 per cent LOST AND FOUND
In the year 130 B. C. Hero of Alex- of the gasoline, and proportionate -- t c h
Hillel Foundation: Services will be andria built the first steam engine shares of a hundred and one otherELGIthrst a t thsda.wC
held tonight at the Hillel Foundation on reCcord. p h oducts. 125e tap otTesa.Cl
hedtngta h illFudto nicr.And has Ripley overlooked the facts : 221. Reward. 125
Chapel at 7:30. The service will be For nearly two thousand years en- A a edc:w
followed by a discussion of a Rabbini-i gines and motorized vehicles groped Phat motor vehicle plants paid $294,- FOUND: Wrist watch. Francis Marks.
folloed bya disussio of aRabbii- gnos ad motrizedvehices0grped0 in wages last year, that mo - i90Grewo.3412
cal personality lead by Dr. Bernard their x.way through the cluttered and 0,00096 Greenwood. 3645. 129
Heller. dust-gathering conglomerations of tOists paid taxes t, the tune of $1,-
scientific laboratories, emerging only 160,000,000, that nearly eight billion FOUND: In front of Student Publica-
cintificahoato k 'in egng oly, dollars were spent for highway trans- cations Bldg., 2 keys in leather key
!CominggEventsr porfationin general? holder. Call at Auditor's desk, Pub-
Co igEet popular distrusts and superstitions. lctoz lg
Graduate Education Club: Reports The nineteenth century was just Grow More Alike .
from the Atlantic City Convention sputtering out, the Gay Nineties were These statisticians have further em- LOST: Gamma Phi Beta pin on cam-
at their gayest, when the world finally phasized the rapidly growing trend pus. Wednesday. Call 2-2217. Re-
of the Department of Superintendence decided that it had had enough of toward fewer and more nearly sim- watci. 131
will be given by various members of walkinlg and bicycles and horses and ilar automobiles. While the layman ----
the School of Education faculty who buggies; and thereupon it challenged can easily see how much alike the LOST: Phi Epsilon Pi pin. Initials
were in attendance at the meeting of its engineers and its inventors with 1935 automobile appears to be in "G.K.C." on back. Reward for re-
the Graduate Education Club, Mon- an imperative demand for "self-pro- general outward shape and design, the tuin. Phone 5618. 127
day, March 4, at 7:10 p.m., in the peled" vehicles. statistician thumbs back through the
Library of the University Elementary Inventars Now Numerous the records and finds that three com-
School. Men whose names are now to be panies produced 91 per cent of all the I THE SCR" EEN
conjured up with awe, took up this 1934 automobiles.I;

most Saarlanders greeted the day of
return in cafes. Promptly at midnight
the patrons arose with upraised steins
and at a word from a speaker gave
a lusty three-fold "victory hail" fol-
lowed by a Hitler salute.
German Students Held
By Czechs For Spying

Students, College of Literature,
Science, and The Arts: No course
may be elected for credit after the
end of the third week. Saturday,
March 2, is therefore the last date
on which new elections may be ap-
proved. The' willingness of an in-
dividual instructor to admit a stu-
dent later would riot affect the op-
eration of this rule.

PRAHA. Czechoslovakia, Feb. 28.-
(R) - Three German students, includ- {Social Directors, Sorority Chaper-
ing the former president of the Nazi ones, House Directors, and Under-
students' organization at Praha Uni- raduate Women:
versity, were under arrest today, The closing hour for those at-
charged with espionage. tending the Sophomore Prom is 2:30
Secret police first arrested a youth ;am.
they identified as Fritz Kamm, former I
president of the Nazi student organi- Sigma Xi: Nominations for mem-
zation, yesterday afternoon. ,.bership in Sigma Xi are due Friday,
After Kamm's hearing they made a March 1.
midnight search in the German stu-'7 L. S. Ra rsdell,
dents' organization headquarters and I3078 Natural Sc. Bldg.
took in custody the other two, whose
names were withheld. S.C.A. Tryouts: Students interested
in working into the general curricular
Minnesota F armers program of the S.C.A. are advised to
s make the necessary arrangements in
Threaten Demonstration the very near future as appointments'
are being made at the present time.
ST. PAUL, Feb. 28. - () - Leaders Those interested in publication work
of Minnesota farmers, seeking relief may still be included on the various
for themselves and suffering livestock, staffs now at work. This opening
warned the legislature today that 20,- includes general publicity work.
000 to 30,000 of their number will de -

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scend onthe capiti viarchb 0 topress
their demands.
The notification came as Governor
Floyd B. Olson signed the legislative
appropriation of $500,000 . for feed
which was a partial answer to yester-
day's "near-starvation" exhibit of
livestock at the state house.
Gar Wood Receives No
Harmsworth Challengesj
DETROIT, March 1-Friday -VP)
- Gar 'Wood, internationally known
speed boat champion, who has beat-
en every foreign challenger for the
Harmsworth speedboat trophy since
1920, will not have to defend his
trophy this year.
The deadline for challengers passed'
tonight without any of the interna-
tional speedboat pilots coming to the
front with a bid to race Wood and
his Miss America IX.
Plans Made For Peace
Conference In London
LONDON, Feb. 28. - (R') - Doctor
Nicholas Murray Butler announced
today plans for an international con-

Jamboree Tryouts:6 tudents inter-
ested in working on the coming All-
Campus Jamboree are urged to call
Lane Hall and make an appointment
at your convenience. The range of
work will include advertising, stage
arrangement, publicity, tickets, busi-
ness, and other jobs suited to individ-
ual tastes. These jobs are open to
both men and women.
Contemporary: Subscribers who
have not yet called for copies of the
February issue may get them at the
Contemporary office, Student Publi-
cations Building, Friday and Saturday
afternoons of this week. A few copies
are yet for sale and may be purchased
at the same time and place, or at
Swift's Drug Store, Wahr's or Ul-
rich's.
Academic Notices
Antropology 31: The make-up final
examination will be held Saturday,
March 2, from 9 to 12 o'clock, Room
3024, Museums Building.
Antropology 103: The make-up fin-
al examination will be held Satur-
day, March 2, from 9 to 12 o'clock,
Room 3024 Museums Building.

Contemporary: Important meeting
of the upper editorial board, Satur-
day, March 2, 4 p.m. in the Student
Publications Building. Any members
who can not possibly attend pleaseI
let Marian Wiggin know before that
date.
Outing for Graduate Students: The
Graduate Outing Club will meet Sun-
day afternoon at 3:00 at Lane Hall
to skate or hike, depending on the
weather. If it is too warm for skat-
ing, it may be possible for the group
to cook supper out of doors. If so
there will be a charge of about 20
cents. All graduate students welcome.
Bring your skates.
A Mixed Splash Party will be held
by the U-M Outdoor Club Saturday
evening from 8 to 10 in the Intra-
mural pool. Any student interested
is invited to attend. Bring your own
suits and towels. A fee of 10 cents
will be charged.
Disciples Guild: Members of the
Guild and their friends are invited
to attend the Guild's hay ride Satur-
day evening. The party will start
from the Guild house, 438 Maynard
St., at 8 o'clock. A small charge will
be made to cover expenses.
Lutheran Student Club: "The Pow-
er of My Influence" will be the sub-
ject of the discussion on Sunday eve-
ning. The discussion will start at
6:30, following the supper which will
be served promptly at 6 o'clock.
Municipal League Will
Change Headquarters'
The Michigan Municipal League
will move to new headquarters at 205
S. State Street within several months,,
according to Harold D. Smith, secre-
tary.
Present offices of the League are
located on the second floor of Haven
Hall. The new location is a building
known as the Goodrich property,
which is being made over for the
League.

challenge; and in 40 years the miracle Three makes of cars have accounted
of the modern automobile has come for over 70 per cent of the entire auto-
to pass. Ransom E. Olds, David D. mobile output, with Chevrolet leading
Buick, Roy D. Chapin, Henry Ford, by less than 1 per cent over Ford. And
Gottlieb Daimler, the Duryea broth- looking beneath the shining exterior
ers, George B. Selden (who had a of the modern automobile, the investi-
patent on automobiles and received gator finds that here, too, all is pretty
ioyalties on every one produced from much the same. There are 59 different
1895 to 1911) - these are names that models of cars, but all save one use the
are inseparably connected with the same kind of read springing, only five
rise of an "automobile age." makes of wheels are used. six kinds of
In the last 40 years over 600 differ- brakes, 3 types of clutches, and corre-
.nt automobile companies have been sponding similarities throughout all
hopefully conceived, have had their the "innards" of the autos.
moment of glory, and as rapidly have With standardization, increasing
disappeared in the desolate wilderness 1uniformity. and the monopolization of
of their self-created junk-piles. the industry recognized as predom-
How many persons remember the inant trends of present-day motor
Star, the Haynes, the Apperson (bet- don, what lies in store for the future?
ter known as the Jack Rabbit), the Lay Makes Predictions
Case, the Crow, the Rambler, the Statistics do not give any indica-
Sheridan, the Pope-Toledo, the Lam-
bert, the Dispatch, the Moon; or to tions of this, so we refer to Prof.
make it easy the Chalmers-Detroit, Walter E. Lay of the automotive en-
the Peerless, or the Maxwell? gineering department. Professor Lay
Conjecture At Future predicts that the automobile has only
But now it is 1935, the fanfare rushed the surface of its possibilities,
and trumpets of the new year's auto- hat it does not even approach the
mobile shows are just dying away, degree of perfection that engineers
and the motor public is wondering of today could achieve, and that the
how extensive their automobile in- automobile is waiting impatiently for
dustry has becoime, what are the pr- the public to become prepared for rev-
dustrymasberneswatrehesrye-olutionary changes that are inevitable.
domilnant trends in the industry, and "For' instance," Professor Lay said,
what can be looked forward to in the "if there were some way by which the'
automobiles of the future. ter ere soeray toy bihe
TheAutmptve ndutris mga-engine in the modern automobile
The Automytive Industries maga- could be moved back to the rear of
zinc h as taken tim e out to publish t c ar dito utd th ek pu blic's ek rowl
a special statistical issue in answer edge. it certainly would have been
to these insistent queries of motor- ; done long before now."
dom. They have found, for instance, djSprings that will .-ank" a car
that there were 3,699,283 motor ve- around curves, stream-lining under-
hicles produced in the world last year, nedth the car as well as on the top-
an increase of approximately one mil- side, engines that will use only one
lion units over the previous year, and
two mllios ovr 1932.gall(.n of gas for 50 or' 60 miles, znov-
two millions over 1932. able seats in the interior that could
They have found that the automo- be conveniently arranged for a nice
tive industry as a customer has bought foursome of bridge - these serve
80 per cent of the total output of nerely to illustrate the possibilities
rubber, 70 per cent of the plate glass, that Professor Lay sees within the
iron, 3 scope of modern automotive engineer-
ing.
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-uma - Saturday The ART CINEMA
W-FEL' 'and WOOLSEY }
Hips, Hips, Iooroy A n

AT THE MICHIGAN
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A Warner Brothers' picture co-fea-
turing Ricardo Cortez and Jean Muir.
Also an extended program of five short
subjects, to wit: Betty Boop cartoon;
Grantland Rice Sportlight about lions,
tigers, and other nibers of the cat
faiiy; a Pete Smith Goffy Movies -
entertaining as ever: Bob Crosby and
Ans n Weeks musical short; and a news
reel.
"The White Coakatoo" may be ef-
fectively categorized as falling within
the class of spook stories remarkable
for the number of individuals who
snoop, about, fire guns, look shifty-
eyed, steal identification tokens, and
get murdered or kidnaped. Burly Ri-
cardo Cortez and demurely blonde
Jean Muir have the joint leads in this
particular exemplification of the art
of murder. The setting is laid some-
where on the French coastline in a
ghoulish old hotel. A dyug American
heiress must prove her identity to ob-
tain a million or so dollars; lots of
other people want the money too, and
they'll kill for it - actually.
R.I.P. "The White Cockatoo."
Again the short subjects are more
deserving of mention, both honorable
and dishonorable, than the "feature."
As for the Pete Smith Goofy Movie,
with its old-fashioned crackpot-in-
vented airplanes, its melodramas with
their quick-flitting characters and its
sneEring villains, praise is richly mer-
ited.
-G.M.W., Jr.
Studet Treaisre Tours
sca udinavian - Russian Tour - June
28- Autg.s i8--53 days - 10 countries -
$695 - Tourist Class - All expenses
including tip: - Other toums $310 -
x735 - Circular upon request.
CLARA S. BUCHANAN, M.A.
116 i Seward Ave., Detroit
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ference to open here March 5 and
said, "We are going to try to find a' Philosophy 31: Make-up examina-
way out of the hopeless deadlock tion will be held Friday, March 1, at
which is endangering world peace. 4 p.m. in 202 S.W.
"The conference will seek solution
of the problem of the political future Make-up Final Examination in Bot-
of the League of Nations, currency, any I will be held on Saturday morn--
stabilization, and trade barriers." ing, March 2, from 9 to 12 in Room
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