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xrUESDAY, MAY 11, 1926
BUILINGGROU ND
DEEGATES ARRIV
' iperintendents From Middle We
Are Being Entertained Inforimaly
By Maintenance 1)epartment
x BANQUET IS TONIGHT
Superintendents representing tl
' ]3uildings and Grounds department
of the universities and colleges of tHi
1 JMiddle West, Including numerou
Ssmaller institutions as well as the Bi
'Ten, 'are being entertained in an ii
-formal convention by the maintenanc
, ilepartment of the University. Four
,' teen delegates have already arrive
and a few more are expected som
timne today.
, An annual meeting of universit;
; maintenance department superintend
" ents has been traditional in this par
'of the country for some years, thil:
being the eighth meeting of its kind
The convention met last year at Pur
due.
A program for the three days of th
meeting, although in no sense formal
lhas been arranged. The delegates mei
yesterday in the office of Mr. Pardon
. the superintendent of the University
,.Building and Grounds department, for
an informal discussion of mutual
; problems arising in different phases 01
their work. Following the meeting
,:an inspection was made of the depart-
Sment, after which the delegates were
taken to the baseball game-
This afternoon a similar meeting
will be held. A banquet also, is plan-
zed, which will be given tonight at
the Union. Tomorrow morning the
'superintendents will go to Detroit,
where they will make an inspection
tour of the Packard motor plant,
lunching at 12 o'clock as guests of the
Smanagemenit. In the afternoon they
Swill visit the Highland Park plant of
the Ford Motor company, following
which inspection the coulvention will
adjourn.
d CONOMI HONO C OURSE
: OPENS FOR ENROLLMENT
' Jainiors Selected Will Register For
' gSix hours Credit For Semester
. Appllicants for admission to the new
Sindependentreading course, known as
Economics 200, are now ready to be in-
terviewed by a committee of the eco-
nomics department,, composed of Pro-
'fessors Day,'Sharfman, Goodrich, and
Dickinson. The small group of jun-
s that will be accepted will regis-
ter for six.hours credit each semester,
and members will be given a large
measure of freedom in deciding as well
as carrying out their own tasks, ac-
cording to the committee announce-
ment.
The course was inaugurated last fall
and in purpose and methods is simi-
lar to the h'onor courses, which are
given in numerous other colleges, and
in the English department here. Such
courses have been given in European
universities for a -long time.
General high scholarship and sev-
eral previous courses in economics
and other social sciences are the de-
sirable qualifications, but other fac.
tors will be also taken into account.
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Study Weather At North Pole

POLICE CAPiUE MAN
WHO BROBBED STUDENT
Police officials took into ustod

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yesterday Gorflon Wintermutte, of 1209
Packard street on a charge of armed
robbery.. About 9:30 o'clock Sunday
night a motorist called the police de-
I partment and informed them that, a
man was holding up a couple parked
in a car at the south end of Ferry
field. The police arrived in time to
arrest *intermutte, who upon their
approach threw a .30 caliber auto-
matic to' the side of the road. The
couple, one of them a senior in the
literary college, was robbed of someI
smaUl change and jewelry.
La'st night's holdup was one of sev-
eral taking place in the same locality
this spring, the victims of which were
all couples in parked automobiles. A [
bandit is reported to have held up
three cars within a space of a half
hour at Ferry field some weeks ago,
,taking money from the men and jew-
elry from the women.. His victims
will visit the county jail tomorrow,
where he is being held under $25,000
bail, and identify him.
Robert A. Campbell, mayor of Ann
Arbor and treasurer of, the Universi_
ty, has been appointed director of the
stock selling campaign to be launched
I for the pronosed community hotel. A
squad of 160 men have been divided
into groups of 40 each to sell the
stock under the direction of a captain.
As soon as these teams have been or-
ganized, the campaign will be defin-
itely launched.

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Whitmore Lake
T tryednesday, 8:3U-11:30
Thereafter Every Wednesday. Friday and Saturday

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William C. Haines and Dr. S. P. -Fergusson (inset) of the United
States weather bureau, are endeavoring to get advancea dope on next
year's climatic conditions by studying the weather at the North Pole as
members of the Byrd aerial arctic expedition. Mr. Haines is seen with an
instrument he took north.
Press Representative Sees No
Future For Royalty In Russia

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Russia's old regime and former land-
owners stand no chance of getting
back into power;in spite of seemingly
contradictory stories which may ap-
pear, there is no movement within
Russia for a revolution, pointed out
S. Beach .Conger, '00, in an interview,
recently. Mr. Conger, who was cor-
respondent in Russia..forthe Associ-
ated Press during the revolution and
Russo-Japanese war, stopped in Ann
Arbor over the week-end on his way
to Grand Rapids, where he will as-
sume a position with the Booth news-
paper ,syndicate, having just ,resigned
as chief- correspondent in central and
eastern Europe for the Philadelphia
Public .Ledger.
"The Russians, however, assume a
negative and not a positive attitude
toward the Bolshevist . government,"
continued Mr. Conger. "They prefer
the difficulties encountered under the
present system to any government
which might take away their compar-
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Bolshevist government, which is not
ropular in the conntry; these are that
the right to use 'land, all of which is
supposed to be owned by the govern-
ment, may be inherited, and that one
person may be allowed to employ lab-
orers.
"Although the Bolshevists are great
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for making plans and promises," de-
clared the correspondent, "progress in
the restoration of economic conditions
has been very slow. Elaborate plans
in the ceoal mining industry and .for;

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hydro-electric lines serving
single village and farm in the
country have been carried out
degree of importanice. Russia
to see the completion of her
hydro-electric plant which was1
ised for 1922, and is at present
ised within a yeah."

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