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TfHE IVIC IIIG AN DAIL Y TuESDAY, AUG. 9,x932

Comprehensive Professional Examination in Education: This examina-
required by the School of Education will be held on Saturday, August
rom 8 to 12 in the Auditorium of the University High School. All under-
duates who are candidates for the Teacher's Certificate in August are
wired to take this examination. Graduate students who are taking their
ter's degree or doctor's degree are the only ones excused from this ex-
nation. C. 0. Davis, Secretary.
Sculpture Exhibit:' An Exhibition of Sculpture in Photographs by
nbers of the National Sculpture Society, in the North Gallery of Alumni
norial Hall. Display will be held until the end of Summer School.

Reich Leaders
Meet to Decide
Fate of Hitler
Party Chiefs' Conference
Will Determine Ultimate
Position of Nazi Head
BERLIN, Aug. 8.-(P)-Germany's
most powerful political leaders began
to gather in Berlin today for a series
of conferences likely to determine
the ultimate position of Adolf Hitler
in the new government.
Chancellor Franz von Papen re-
turned Sunday from a brief holiday
and Hitler himself, Gen. Kurt von
Schleicher, minister of defense, for-
mer Chancellor Heinrich Bruening
and Alfred Huegenberg, Nationalist
leader, are due to arrive in the next
day or two.
President Paul von Hindenburg
will return from his summer estate
at Neudeck on Constitution day,
Aug. 11.
The National Socialists under Hit-
ler today seemed more ready than
ever to enter the government, even
though President von Hindenburg
insists the cabinet must not be dom-
inated by parties.
Dr. Bruening's Centrists, who here-
tofore have been opposed to partici-
pation in the government by the
Nazis, now seem inclined to insist
that Hitler's party must show, by its
entry into the cabinet, how many of
campaign promises it can fulfill.
Before the week is over Germany
is likely to know how the new gov-
ernment will look and how the forces
will line up in the Reichstag.
Political rioting continued through-
out Germany over the week-end, re-
sulting in one death and a number
of injuries. Kurt Katzan, leader of
the Reichsbannermen at Loetzen,
was shot dead in a street fight there
with a group of Hitler's National So-
cialists.
Seven civilians and three police-
men were wounded by bullets in a
fight which followed a rifle club fes-
tival at Froendenberg, .Westphalia.
Several were hurt in other clashes
and windows of six Berlin branches
of the Nationalist newspaper Lokal
Anzeiger were smashed by stones
wrapped in copies of the Communist
paper Rote Fahne.
Wood to Replace Bone
Carbon for Refineries
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8.-Burning
bones to make sugar white is a prac-
tice folowed in 21 refineries.
The department of labor, in a sur-
vey of the wages and the hours of
labor in the cane sugar refining in-
dustry, lists 775+ persons as having
the "oddest jobs"-preparing bone-
char.
Their work is handling skeletons
of animals-hogs, sheep and cows-
that they may be partly charred
andtused in whitening sugar through
filtering. They strip, scrape, shred,
boil and char these bones, which
come from the large slaughter houses
and occasionally from the pampas
of the Argentine.
New methods of refining sugar,
using wood carbon instead of the
bone process, eventually may elimi-
nate this phase of the industry, re-
finers say,

Til'ets in Missouri Senate Race

(Associated Press Photo)
Col. Bennett C. Clarke (left), and Henry W. Kiel, Republican, both
of St. Louis, are the senatorial nominees in Missouri. Both are out-
spoken opponents of prohibition. Clark is the son of the late Champ
Clark and one of the founders of the American Legion in Paris.
Ann Arbor Traffic Regulations
Outlined in Special Pamphlet

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pecial Lecture: Mr. Earl D. Bruner, Superintendent of the George
r Republic Association of Eastern Pennsylvania, will speak in the
orium of the University High School at ten o'clock today
s theme will be "Corrective Education Based on the Behavior of Some
mn Hundred Different Wards of the Court Over a Period of Twenty-
Years." The public is cordially invited to this address.

Ann Arbor's traffic regulations as
outlined in a special pamphlet for!
the information of motorists contains
the following regulations:
1. Vehicles shall not exceed 15
miles per hour in business section or
20 miles per hour in residential dis-
tricts, and no vehicle shall be driven
in an alley faster than 7 miles per
hour.
2. Every motor vehicle operated on
the public highway shall be equipped
with two white headlights of equal
candlepower. Motor vehicles and
trailers shall also have one rear red
light visible. At night-time, any truck
or trailer over five feet six inches
in width, shall have a green light on
the left side.
3. Any automobile or motor vehicle
parked within the districts herein-
after described shall not need its
front or rear lights burning when
the street lights are burning. The
districts are as follows:
Main from William to Catherine,
Washington from Fifth to Ashley,
Liberty from Fifth to Ashley street,
Huron from Fourth to Main, State
from Huron to William, Maynard
from Liberty to William, and North
University from State to Thayer.
All other vehicles except as herein
provided, shall have one white light
visible at laest one hundred feet from
the front and rear.
4. All slow-moving vehicles shall
keep as near the right curb as prac-
ticable.
5. A right-hand turn may be made
at all times when proceeding with
traffic. A right-hand turn may be
made against the stop signal, pro-
vided the vehicle is brought to a
complete stop before making the
turn.
6. The following streets shall be
and are hereby designated as
"t h r o u g h streets." Washtenaw,
Twelfth from North University to
Huron, East Huron from Twelfth to
Main, West Huron, South Main to

city limits, Packard, North Main,
State, Miller, and which traffic shall
have the right of way at all inter-
sections except those of state trunk
line highways; and intersecting state
trunk line highways the driver at
the right shall have the right of way.
7. Motor v e n I c r e s approaching
through traffic streets shall come to
a full stop before entering the inter-
section of said through traffic streets.
Full stop being hereby defined to
mean that the vehicle shall not be
in motion. Any person operating a
motor vehicle shall approach all
- treet intersections in a careful and
prudent manner.
Tomorrow The Daily will print
further traffic regulations in, the city
of Ann Arbor.
Old Statue in Brittany
Is Destroyed by Bomb
RENNES, France, Aug. 8.-(/)-
The memories of Frenchmen were
carried back 400 years today by a
bomb.
Giving vent to an animosity and
spirit of autonomy which dates back
to 1532,. when Brittany was merged
into France, a bomb Sunday blasted
a statue in the City hall here.

Final Repertory Play: The final play of the summer season, "Tour
u Monde" directed by Thomas Wood Stevens, will open on Wednesday eve-
.ing and continue through Saturday.
Orchestra Concert: Professor David E. Mattern will lead the Summer
chool Orchestra in the following programs this evening, at 8:15
'clock in Hill Auditorium. Wolfe-Ferrari, Overture to "The Secret
f Susanne": Goldmark, Symphony No. 1 (The Rustic Wedding) (In the
arden-Dance): Vieuxtemps, Concerto No. 4 for Violin (Andante-Adagio
eligioso-Finale marciale) (Karl Kuersteiner): Humperdinck, "The Little
andman" and "Evening Prayer" from "Hansel and Gretel": Beethoven,
'oncerto No. 5 for Piano (First movement) (Helen Bentley): Wagner,
enusberg Scene from "Tannhauser." The public is -invited.
Charles A. Sink
Women's Education Club and Pi Lambda Theta: Miss Edith Bader,
ssistant superintendent of the Ann Arbor public schools, will speak
hursday evening, Aug. 11, on "Glimpses of German Schools," at the Wo-
ien's League at 7:15 o'clock. All women are cordially invited.

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