TARY 20, 1928
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ARY 20, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
GOVI GRENTO TALC
RECORD ATTENDANCE EXPECTE)
AT. TUHNICAL SESSIONS
OPENING FEB. 14
LITTLE WILL SPEAK
Many Noted Speakers Will Address
Conference During Three
Day Gathering Here
Gov. Fred W. Green will speak at
the annual dinner of the Michigan
Highway Engineering conference at
Ann Arbor on February 16. The other
speakers at the dinner will be Frank
F. Rogers, state highway commis-
soner, and Junius E. Beall, member
of the Board of Regents.
Thi conference, which has been
held at te University every year
since 1915; brings together highway
engineers-and county commissioners
from practically very county of the
state of .Michigan. The total attend-
ance last year was approximately 600
and the indications are that it will
be still larger this year.
The technical sessions of the con-
ference take place beginning Febru-
ary, 4 at 10 o'clock, andecontinue
through the morning of February 17
The program of the technical sessions
includes many engineers and other
speakers of national prominence from
various parts of the country, and
practically every phase of this field
of work will be discussed.
Besides Governor Green the follow-
ing speakers of note are a few of
those who will address the confer-
ence: H. S. Mattimore engineer of
materials, Pennsylvania state high-
way department, Harrisburg, Pa.; C.
N. Connor, highway research board,
Washington, D. C.; F. C. Lang, asso-
ciate professor of highway engineer-
ing, University of Montana, and en-
gineer of tests and inspection, Minne-
sota state highway department, Min-
neapolis; President Clarence Cook
Little, president of the University;
John S. Worley, professor of trans-
portation of the University; Major
Thomas G. Lanphier, commanding
officer, ;Sefridge Field, Mt. Clemens;
William G. Eliot, III, United States
bureau of public roads, Washington,
D: C., and Leslie J. Sorenson, city
traffic engineer, Chicago, Illinois.
Faculty Will Check
A study is being made by the archi-
tectural faculty of the performance of
its gradhates and former students in
the 'exaiinations of the state board
for the registration of architects.
Michigan has one of the highest
standard for admission to architec-
tural practie. Candidates before be-
ing admitted to the examination must
show tat they have had six years of
combined *echncal education and
practical experience. The B. S. Degree
in Architecture counts as four years
of the six-year requirement; thus two
years' experience in the offices of
legally qualified architects is required.
At the present time, all those known
as registered architects have qualified
under * the state law. This includes
all men in good standing in the state.
Here aandythere, however, there are
individauls who have evaded by one
or another means the law, which does
nothing -more than set up minimum
requiremets, as do similar laws for
medicine- and law.
TO MAKE EXHIBIT
The College of Architecture has
been invited to participate in a cur-
rent exhibition of work by leading
architectural schools of the United
States. Each school is to contribute
six drawings selected by its faculty.
The exhibits will be shown at Syra-
cuse, Cornell, Harvard and Yale, at
the 'Universities of Pennsylvania,
and Michigan, Illinois, Washington
University, St. Louis, and in a num-
ber of cities which have asked for
the privilege of showing them.
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The above picture, rushed by tele-
photo, shbws President Calvin Cool-
idge with his host, President Gerardo
eMachado, of Cuba, snapped at- the
Cuban capital soon after President
Coolidge stepped on Cuban soil for
the Pan American conference. Mrs.
Coolidge can be seen between the
two executives. Also on the party
were three cabinet members and their
wives, none of them appearing in the
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