100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

April 24, 1928 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1928-04-24

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

Conrad Will Discuss R. 0. V. C. MEMBERS the purpose by George G. Booth and

HOTCHKISS TO SPEAK NEW AIPLANE CARRIER RECEIVES
SPRIG CLANIN BEORE TRZIALSI

TOY ABOUT MININK
President Of licblea Ciollege WillI
Lecture Oni Ores And Fatories
i JLower Peiniisula
WILL VISITLABORATORIES
President William C. Hothkiss, of
the Michigan College of Mining ad~
Technology, will deliver a University
lecture at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon
in the Natural Science auditorium.
His subject has been announced as
"U~pper Peninsula: Ores and Lower
peninsula Factories."
Dr. Hotchkiss, who is a former com-
issioner of highways in Wisconsin, j
has had wide practical experience inI
various engineering projects. In 1902 I
he was mining engineer for the Don-
ora Mining company, and until his ap-
pointment as state geologist for Wis-
consin, (id considerable geological ex-
ploration work, chiefly in Ontario.
It was during his public -career as
state geologist that President Hotch-
kiss became interested in the state
highway situation in Wisconsin, and
it was chiefly due to his efforts that a I K
state highway commission was formed. s
He was appointedl chairman of this t
commission.
Later Dr. Hlotchkiss accepted thet
appointment as president of the Mich-
igan college of mining which hie nowl
hiol ds.
President Hotchkiss, who is a past
president of the American Association
of State geologists, is a member of a 1
number of honorary and scientific t
societies, including the Geological I-
society of America, American Insti-IA
lute of Mining engineers, Wisconsin
Academy of Science Arts and Letters,
and Tan Beta Pi. Hie is also the
author of numerous scientific and I
technical works.
During his visit here at the Uni-
versity, President Hotchkiss and la
group from the experiment station of
Ohio State university will inspect the
engineering laboratories and consult!
with various members of the engin-
eering college faculty.
Students Back From
Trip TIo East Tawas~
Thirteen students, frm the School
of Forestry and Conservation, mem-
ber s of, a class in silviculture, re-
turnled Monday from a trip to ast
Tawas, Mich., where they engaged in
experiments in the Michigan national
forest.
Considerable (data to he used in their
class work was collected, on the tow.
While in the national forest they were
housed in Silver Crek ranger sta-
ton. Talks were given to the men by1
It G. Schreck, supervisor of the forest
and by rangers located at the station.l
The men made the tribp to past Tawas I
in trucks, leaving Ann Arbor Thes-
days morning. Pref. Dow V. Baxter-
-was in charge of the trip.
ileat nrsery, where all trees plant-
edl in the MVIichigan fU rests are gow
Irom seeds, was visited and notes tk-
en of' the adinistritien ad manage-
meit.of the forest tracts.
Salesmen WAnted
College men~ as secil, saieiten
fart tunie nmw. Full little in vaca-
tion. Artele easy to sll 111d tas,
wid ml iarket. W~rie Lii' gneral
. genc.
FLOWVER ~(11Y SPECIALTIY ('0
43 il Street, Rocheser,('1v . Y.

Conrd' Wll DSCUS T.others.
2TO HEAR. MieAL ONE~ While in New York, Professor
TakigAnWiin : Lorch saw the Lewis W. Hill collec-
At A elph I ieetig; war will he the It(pie of an address by Reiss, and he is making an effort to
IBrigadier-General 'Paul 11. Malonae, of get the collection here for an exhi-
"Talking and Writing" is the sub- the U~nited Stattes army, at 7:301 bition gat the time of the May felgtiva~l
ject of an address which will be (de- o'clock, tomorrow evening in the Nat-
liveredI by Lawrence 11I. Conrad, nral Science auditorium. General
author and rhetoric instructori, at a Maloine, who is mnaking a lecture tour R VI
meeting of Adelphi House of Repre- of colleges in the midwest undeir the Y V SEI
sentatives this evening at 7: 3{) o''clock,(ausp~ices of the War department, is . "uM
in Angell hall. being brought here by the local unit
Mr. Conrad will speak on the prat- !Of the Rl.O.T.C. %-
tical uses of writing, pointing out the Geneiral Malone is exceptionally 9h easy.
relationship which exists b~etweeni capable of presenting the work of ; micand
talking and writing, a relationship Americans in the late war', as he com- wy a rent!
which is closer today than ever before. mandled part of the United States ,GAW
In developing the topic he will speak army in decisive encounter's of the' . MtorMap$1
of writing both from the writer's and latter part of the World war. He
the talker's standpoint. led the Fouirth brigade of the Second r+I
The speaker is well qualified to talkI division in the Mveuse-Argonne off en-;
about writing, as he has written sev- !sive. A TU TQ fl6,
eral textbooks and a novel, "Temper," -AT#g vceAR D
jwhich has been hailed. by eminent , 5IJA.Z:4W'iaW
'critics as something refreshingly dif-!L rh F ns e T i
The meeting will be open to the Prof. Emil Lorch, head of the col-
public, Speaker Russell M. Sanderson, lege, of architecture, has just returned
'29, announces. firom New York, where he attended
the second and final sale of duplicates
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA- from the Cypriote and Classical col-
3150 students, over, half of the totalI lections of the Metropolitan museuml
registration here, have received no- of art. A number of important objects
tices of unsatisfactory scholarship were purchased for the architectural
from the recorder, museum, from a fund( provided forl
Ik ~SEE I
The Fastest Selling, Most Up-to-Date Portable
Oan the Market.
AL- -- -- - - -w -. - Wr =% 92

...

The ILexington, h navy's new $'40,000,000 airp~lane carrier, is high and
lry while getting its spr ing cleaning in drydock at San Fraincisco. Atter
;craping, tho giant craft carrier will undergo official tests. The airplane is
taking off from the Lexington"s runway.
ST TuDENTS BECOME j ed themselves to the. status of boot-
blacks irecently in an attempt to help
BOOTBL CKS T defray the expenses of the University
HELP HOSPITALS infirmary. Tickets were sold to the
students entitling them to shoe shines
1,1IIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON-- given by these upperclassmen and
Dignified senior men and women at prizes wei e offered for the highest:
the University of Washington lower- U ~ckcet salles.
- T

1. .

jf
1
i
iii
l
I
4[
t
i
I.
4
++

One N ight Only-S.. aturday, April 28
Scoe y "'I&IUND RO11BEDI..
*kSTUDENT o,
essS 54,zriP BLE~JOSSOM Ttp ,
SHUB~kT ORCTHY Of 150~
GR'TUET u5IN GJNG-LO5O T[
M~ALE yJ.CHORU$MAN O
ho3xao' ' f'?'

Yed ik'IfXA OP '7"14.

Love . Romdnce . ALL .-IgR.

SiitII.0 A'hi~TIiVilt~MVTHlAT T I ISL!

_ f R 'S: O(1 1 .s V; A L. *2.ThJ, 2X5A'.

Ta'nx InIcl uded

Pr

4

Always ia
Gcod
I'rogi'aiu

ORPHEUJA

Adults -05c
('lil roll
ile

First-Class
Shoe
Repairing
Expert Workemanship
CLARK'S SHOE
REPAIRER
321 South State

TODAY AND TOMORROW
WARMNER BIRCOS.
THE GREATEST OF ACTORS STEGRAETOFMVR
\BAA RR BO'

leading. Ci are ttes, Mrs. Reginald C. Vanderbilt

3

'

'i

u4 S $,

DIRECTED N y--

PRODUCTION-
SCEIJARIO B . ,
PE55 IVREDYTK

I,,

0

momhow

x

i

1

I

0

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan