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'AE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, + + BRUAR{Y 14, 1929

WU E'TALKS WLL fAT [CAPTAIN IN CA GUWOUNDDR STON TO TAL FnsPrepaaton
i' o! MOEHN UVITiTo Nlve Exhibits Of
UNIVERSITY PROGRM O DR NS OVITS ld Mu~seuim ToNeX

FIRST

PLANE

SENT TO ENGLAND

O VER RADIO FRIDAY3
SCHOOL F01' 7MSl(' ORCHESTRIA
WILL PLAY FIVEF; NU I1BER.1S
3AIDY TO 1)11RECT,
IS THIRD 1928 PROGRkM
Archaeology, Hlonie Heating, Ob~esity
And Heat Treatment of Steel
Are Topics Of Discussion
Four addresses by University pro-I
fessors and five musical interimns by
the School of Music orchestra will
comprise the tenth Michigan Night
radio program to be broadcast by sta-
~tion WWJ, the Detroit News, Friday
night, according to an announcement
made by Waldo M. Abbot, of the
rhetoric department, who is program
manager and announcer.
The importance of archaeological
excavations will be discussed by Prof.
Arthur Boak, of the history depart-
ment, who will be the first speaker
on the program. Professor Boak will
trace some recent expeditions of this
nature, pointing to their importance
so far as the study of history is con-
cerned with them.
The second talk will be delivered
by Prof. Ransom' Hawley, of the en-t
gineering department, specialist in
mechanical engineering. Professor
Hawley will talk upon the heating off
homes.
Prof. William P. Wood, specialist(t
of metallurgid~al engineering in the
engineering school, will address the
radio audience on the heat treatment
of steel and alloys, specificallydel
deling with their use in the manufacture
of automobiles.
Prof. Louis H. Newburgh, specialist
in clinical investigation in the Medi-
cal school, will be the concluding 1
speaker on the program. Professorl-
NeTwburg h will s~pak Aon the suic~,nt !

I)Dr. Anne, Louise Strout FIounIder[ An
Inidepiendent Children's (Colony
For Starved Russians

'Pile moviug ot' equipment from the
oldl museum to the new has legun in
earnest wvith the packing of exhibits
forn hir s or iziou~fllrflflT 1 flacrss thea

IS PROMINENT AUTHORESS caImpus. Custodians are busy crating
exiisand dsatigcollections.
lDr. Anna Louise Strong, who arri- r The preparation has been under
ed in January from a trip around the way for some time; actual moving,
world, having been a member ofj however, awaiting the completion of
B~orodin's caravan across from Han- the new museum. Exhibition cases in
kow to Nigusia, will speak on "Six (tile old museum which were formerly
Years In Soviet Russia" at 4: 15 filled with exhibits are now being
o'clock Thursday in Natural Science I emptied and carted over to their newx
auditorium, quarters. The b~ird collections are be-
Dr. Strong first went to Russia inI ing carefully crated to prevent dam-;
1921, during the height of the great age on their short trip, while great
famine. Having been sent there inl care is b~eing taken of the Chinese ex-1
the interests of child welfare work, hibition to p~revent p)ossible injury
she became intensely interested with during moving. The Chinese exhibit
the problem of saving the starving was5 presented to the museum b'y the
orphans, and caring for their welfare Chinese government after it had ap-
peared in the Columbian Exposition
after they had been spared death. It at Chicago in 1893.
was for this reason she organized an Meanwhile, workmen are gradually
independlent children's colony, which completing the plastering and finish~
has been occupying her attention for1 ing off touches in the new museum.
the past few years. The colony is sit-, The rotunda at the entrance is nearly
uated on the Volga river, and the finished and already its great beauty
children are practically self govern- ( an be seen. On the second floor, the
ing' great exhibition room with its enorm-
Dr. Strong is a graduate of Oberlin ous floor space is awaiting occupancy.,
and Chicago universities, obtaining This room is located in the south
her Ph. D'. at the latter institution, wing of the building. rThe corridors
Later she spent a year of study at of the north wing are lined with of-
Bryn Mawr and in Germany. "The',flees and research and preparation
First Time In History," being a his- laboratories where the experts of the
tory of new Russia up to January museum staff will prepare the collec-
1924, one of her early publications has tions for exhibition. Workrooms for
gone into its fourth printing, while; the preparators are being equipped
"Children of the Revolution" has with laboratory tables and gas and
reached its third. Her latest book,' electricity. Lecture rooms, dark1
concerning the Borodin caravan, has! rooms, and class rooms may also be
just been completed and is to be re- distinguished in skeleton f o r m?
leased shortly,j throughout the building.

Miller' Addresses
Education Students,
Speaking before an assembly of the
School of Education yesterday after-
noon, Mr'. Edwin Miller, assistant
superintendent of schools in Detroit
discussed "How to Secure a Position
in the Detroit School System."
"To cultivate the spirit of unselfisI
service is the surest way to. get and
keep a position in the school 'systemn,
asserted Mr. Miller.
T1YPF WR1TF$R
1PAJULN~
All makes of ma-
chilies. Ou~r equip-
nment and personnel
1s considered am~ong
the best in the state. The result of
twenty years' careful building.
0. D-. MORRILL
17, Nickels Arcade. Prhone 6615.

The original Wright biplane in which the first successful airplane flight
was made at Kitty Haiwk, N.C., in 1903, has been shipped from Dayton, 0.,
to the British National Munieumn at London for exhibition purposes. Two years
ago Orville Wright p~lanned to present the plane to the Smithsonlian Insti-
tiation at Washington, but a contrcversy arose with museum officials over
the proper designation. of the plane.

3 35V R A E 8.40
TODAY ONLY!
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Action! Drama!
Thtly Killed hIs Best Friend-
Ile Got the Biller-Wi1th
Nare Fists
Louis Brooks
Thomas Meighan
In
"The City Gone Wild"
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ATOMIZERS
For Medicinal Putposes
We carry a complete lire
of the DeVilbiss make.
Use one of these, atomizers
for best service.
Eberbach& Son Co..
200-202 E. Liberty St.

First of the casualties to return to
the United States from Nicaragua is
Captain Richard Livingston, of the
U. S. marines, now at the Naval hos-
pital, Washngton, D. C., recovering
from wounds. He commanded a de-
tail of marines that was ambushed by
Nicaraguan Liberals in the mountain-
ENGINEER WILL DISCUSS
ELECTRICITY,_AUTOMOBILE
Speaking before a meeting of the
{l studenft brnch, of the nAm -i-cvnn n I'i At &fl' ~ ii-

of obesity.
Five musical interims will also beI
included on the program, being given
by the School of Music, orchestra un-
der the direction of Charles E. Maddy
of the School of Music. Several in-
strumental, solos will be included in1
this part of the program.
Friday's; program will be the tenth
of the regu~lar 1927-28 Michigan Night
radio series and the, third to be broad-
cast 'during the current year.
BERLIN-An abandoned coal pit in
Germany is the laboratory in which
safety devices for miners are to lbe
tested.

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stitute of Elect;.ical Engineers, John
Hunt of the Engineering departmentj
d" Gneral Motors will discuss, "Ele-
tricity and the Automobile," at 7:30C
o'clock tomorrow night in Natural
=Science auditorium. A Stone andI
Webster film' "will be shown.
Hunt is a graduate of the. electrical
engineering dlepartment of this Uni-
versity.i
SANT.rA IMONICA-A newly-design-
ed parachute failed to open, with En-
sign Mack S'oencer, andt he fell to his
death in a dlelayed jumping act.

MICHIGAN'S GREATEST OPERA SEASON
MASONIC AUDITORIUM-DETROIT
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FEB. 16i -,t 8:004)GIC ND ?
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BalletOnly Appearance of &'ae BaraelLoI(, Deil t Bar'itone
F.FRIDAY aEVE00"MME. EVTTERFL Yy
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FEB. 1S8 ATE E2:CR04EN)
G4ardeni,hKarmani, Defrere, 1arlo, M a '"on, U hinim, Mallea, Alcol iell,
SATURDA Y EE'"L T O A O E
FEB. IS18 S at"L 8:04)RE
)Iluzio, Lenska, Lazzarl, (d'Hermnoy, C ortis, Boiaehhi, 3h jica, *Morleato,
Ballet
SECURE ,SEASlATONCE
of Walir's Book Store-Mrs. R. . (. ,Xxgll
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- PLEASE NOTE__ _ _ _ _ _ _
IThis attractioni shouild iiot be conifused it],b the -'Vc~lg~
miiotion octurie showin~g here at popular iprices w~hit~e theI
(The Notorious Underworld Kid)
Will Amuse and Thrill You

TOD'AY AND
WEDNESDAY
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NEW YQRK-A clear Sunday sen t
more than?, 100,000 people to Coney
Island where the lowest temperature
was 24 degrees.
URBANA-A mass meeting, ail-j
dressed by three professors and at-
tended by .400 people, adopted a res-
olution of protest against Secretary
Wilbur's ship building program.

____RAE___
Patsy Ruth Miller.
"Broken Hearts of
Hollywood"
BRAIN sroi l S-, (t UNews
This j5 Ad." ivith 10c admits 3y0n
Soon "The Big Parade"

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