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aOSJA1O ULUI0 Eleven Alumni Seek BELGIAN POLITICS Thomas Thinks Schools Of Journalism ROMAN TO TALK
UDetroit Judgeships IS REED'S HOBBY Should Give Courses In Using Cameras SATURDAY NIGHT b0t!
Included amongs the judges u Shares Interest I. POLitiCs With Journalism schools should be Only in two cases can Thomas re- D. Vittoori Caerani, of theI-
RrSTATE RcALnSD Fondness For Works Of Sir schools of photography, with spe- member that he was intentionally Rome will speak on the library of
thecircuit court and the Record- Walter Raleigh Icia courses on how to conceal misquoted, "The New York Times the iseak o te ina of
ran a story saying that I had a the institute at a meeting of the
Joint Conterence Of Michigan Real ers are many Michigan.cameras in deathhousesremark-5n s"ahCosmopolitan club, at 8o
Estate Board And Business The history and political prob- . 25,000 icome tax. en aske Saturday evening in Lane hall. Dr. of con
School Opens Today alumni. In the Circuit court, the lems of Belgium and the works of ed Norman Thomas during an in- the amount of truth in the story, Vittorio, who is an accomplished to sho
five Mchigan graduates in the race Sir Walter Scott share the interest formal conversation at a dinner he answered, "It seemed like a linguist, is a special student at the Cl
are: Ormond F. Hunt, '81L, Ira W. Monday night at the Union, just Tammany -stuntUy
STUDENTS MAY ATTEND Jayne, '05; Guy A. Miller, 'OOL; of Prof. Thomas H. Reed of the po- before his, talk in Natural Science Thomas rates the New York Uvesity, doing some researcsuccess
IArthur Webster '92L; andClyde. I. litical science department. When !auditorium. Thomas' observations Times as the best paper in the wlanti
Registration of the 200 delegates Webster; 'OiL. he is not studying questions of ranged fro mthe status of liberal- country, generally speaking. The hDuncantW. Gordon, 30, one of a nh
ected to be in Ann Arbor for The six running for seats on themunicipalgovernment or doing ism in eastern and western col- New York World, in his opinion,i t delegates of the a o- March
exp Recorders court bench are: CharleszRed leges, to a belief that Senator Jim has the best editorial policy. ation to the meeting of the Asso-Tofheee
the fourth annual joint conference Bowles, '09L; Edward J. Jeifries, actual cit planning, Prf Re Reed "is decidedly, a negative force, Chicago Tribune is the world's ciation of Cosmopolitan clubs at the p
on real estate between the School '87L; Frank W. Murphy, '14L; W. spends most of his time exploit- offering nothing at all construe- worst newspaper," Thomas believes. Ithaca, New York, will report. The 'school
of Business Administration and the MKay2 Skillman, 16L; Donald Vn ing these two hobbies. tive in politics." Thomas confided that Sinclair meeting was theld during the
Michigan Real Estate association Zile, OL; and Charles Bartlett, '97L. His interest in Belgium has led Menckenism is decidedly on the ILewis is working on a novel in Christmas vacation. Ann A
will begin this morning, it'was an- ;Professor Reed to visit the coun- wane, according to the former So- which colleges and professors, in- _Saturd
nounced yesterday by Prof. Ernest 1 calist candidate Big Bill Thomp- stead of ministers and the mis--theate
M. Fisher, of the real estate deu Lt y y son is not nearly as interesting a try, will receive the brunt of his Oddities '.iiefeI quests
partment, who is in chargeof ar- figure as Mayor Jimmy. Walker of attack. One of the figures who From The Colleges to see
rangements for the conference. New York, Thomas has discovered, will be satirized in this new novel 0st w_
The sessions will officially begin As men, newspaper reporters are is William Lyon Phelps of Yale. .Tickets
at noon today with luncheon for fine chaps, the socialist remarked, "Yale is hoping that Lewis drinks BYRN MAWR-Fashion now di-igs
the delegates at the Union. Dean "But they very rarely know, what himself to death before the novel tates the use of artistically design- or goi
Clare E. Griffin, of the School of one is talking about," he added. is finished," said Thomas. ed pipes, instead of cigarettes, for of
Business Administration, will wel- Robert B Ellsworth, 05E, head n__'the sophisticated woman. .xThe
come the delegates to the Univer- signal engineer for the New York GRA AM NETTING, HERPETOLOGIST, STANFORD UNIVERSITY-Abo as
sityadPeiet dadG Central" railway system, spoke, to
acker of the real estate asso- 190 engineers yesterday afternoon CON UCTS RESEARCH IN MUSE U ition of theHonor System pledgeCred
ciation, will respond. in the East Engineering building, on ;Mfrom examinations has been voted
the ubjct o "Cntraize Dis { by the student body. By the abol-l gall, 2
President Clarence Cook Little th bct "Centralized D Working under a G. C.Hinsdale the hepotology
will be the main speaker at the patch, relative to the work whichWokn udeaG.Cisal, hptoy of Trinidad so that fished pledge, the student volun- :;Jnion
.nua banqh e m in onetion he is doing. His address was under university museums fellowship, he will have an adequate basis for teered to leave the University if he years a
with the joint conferencenwhichI the auspices of the Transportation i Mr. M. Graham Netting, herpeto- comparison between the herptol- was guilty of dishonesty in aca- of an c
wite hegoit onernce wic 9ogy of Trinidad and that of Vene - dmi wok.
will commence at 6 o'clock tonight club of the University.yogist from the Carnegie museum, zuela.'he -eptile life of Vene- miwor- The
in the Union. President Little's Mr. Ellsworth, who is also chair- Pittsburgh, and lecturer on con- zuela has rot been completely UO concer
subject has not yet been announc- man of the signal section of the servation for he Pennsylvania studied he explained Netting UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON psycho
ed. Leonard P. Reaume, of Detroit, American Railway association, told state game commission, is inves- especially interested in the life -Each year, students write be- fortune
will act as toastmaster. of the method of the New. York! tigating reptiles from Trinidad, history and breeding habits of the tween $3,300 and $3,600 worth of clutche
Students are invited to attend Central in handling the freight nor- specimens of which he obtained reptiles. N. S. F. checks on the comptrol- who a
any of the regular sessions or mally requiring six tracks, overthe j while on an expedition there for 'Trinidad, just off the coast of ler s office. Faculty action is Many
'ound table discussions, which be- existing four track system of theheCngi muum n19.Vnzeasvryntsngde theratened if the situation con-!plots a
the C rnegie museum in 1927. Venezuela, is very interesting due;teaee ftesiuto~cn lt
gin at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon, railroad. Centralized signal ds- Netting, who graduated from the to the great numbers of peo- tnues. which
it was announced. Vein C. Mark- patches make this possible, he ex- University of Pittsburgh i 1926, ples from different races tht -run.
ley, Pontiac, vice-presidentof the plained.s ,is planning to make an expedition are thrown together there. gin- VASSAR COLLEGE-Seniors ofe
association, will preside at this In his lecture, Mr. Ellsworth , to Venezuela next year. dus, Chinese, Caribs, Portuguese, Vassar College are trying to 'raiseP
afternoon's meeting which will be used four reels of film. He was "Trinidad is interesting from a i French, Spanish and Negroes are one thousand dollars to eq ip a
addressed by Blake. Snyder and assisted in the program by Wil- scientific point of view," the her- all to be found on the island," he smoking room for the College.
Harold L. Reeve. Iham Henry, a signal engineer of patologist stated in an interview, continued. Members of the lower classes have
Sndr ietro oga .Ithe General Signal company. IThomas I. Reed bepatoegistusatedtinaniinteviewscntinued
Snyder, director of Douglas L. gy"because it has been separated "Trinidad was, first discovered been enthusiastic their support he
Elliman and . company, Oarpo. Students who withemthed ork- acquainting himself with its na- from the mainland in recent by Columbus, and since has been of this move.
ated, New York City, is said to be n up practice with the New York ture by means of reading Belgian geological times, and the fauna under the control of three nations.
one of the most prominent realtors Central system were interviewed by books. " He is the author of a work on the island is very similar to Spain, France, anti Great Britain; NOTRE DAME-Notre Dame
in the Eastern part of the country. Mr. Ellsworth previous to the meet- on the Government and politics of that of South America. Venezuelan the days of the Spanish main it university is going to erect a$75
Reeve's topic , is "Some Legal ing IrBelgium. In 1926 Professor Reed reptiles do not occur on Trinidad, was visited by soldiers of fortune 00 stadium with a seating capacity
Problems of Real Estate Broker delivered an address in Brussels on showing in some cases that they and bucanneers," he pointed out, of 60,000 persons to keep their foot-O
age."Clevs the Government of the United reached Venezuela after Trinidad While undertaking his investi- ball teams at home, it was an- D
Specil provisions have been States and explained its signifi- had become separated, he said. gations, Netting lived in a Bene- nounced recently by the Rev. k
made at the Union and the Intra- Subject of Lecture cance to European nations. He is The investigator is working up dictine monastery on the island. Charles I. O'Donnell, president.
mural building for delegates to the a close friend of M. Vauthier, pres-
onierence to enjoy the full recre- Andre Chevrillon, world-famous ent minister of Science and Arts
ational facilities provided by these Frenchman who is to speak here in the Belgian cabinet.
two building, according to-Profes- March 13, will not deliver the lec- Just recently Professor Reed
sor Fisher. ture originally announced, it was translated a biography of Leopold
reported yesterday by Prof. Hugo II, Emperor of Belgium, written by
Miss Elizabeth Fox, national di- p. Thieme, of the Romance langu :Count de Lichtervelde. It is now-
rector of public health nursing ages department. Chevrillon was being published by the Century I
Service of the American. Red Cross,. to speak on Taine, but due to the Publishing company. Professor a
tates from her statistics that extreme technicality of the subject, Reed -has been asked to translate I
twenty out of every thousand peo- he feels that it could adequately # another work, the life of- Leopold I.
Ole are sick every day, 10 per cent be treated only in French, rather In regard to his literary hobby, I
of whom need hospital care. This than English. So he will make the Professor Reed is a "Scott bug." He
eems rather expensive when she Social Philosophy of England the has read every novel written by l
lso concludes that- $15O000 arre subject of his address,it was an- that author and is vitally interest- I
pient in doctors' fees daly. noueed He will speak in English. ed in all of his works.
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TAKE THE T
.1CUNNINGHA,

EDY CLUB TAKES
ODUCTION TO YPSI
rting from the usual custol
fining campus productions
wings on the campus. Coin
ub will take their recent
, "Take My Advice" to Ypsi
Nednesday and Thursdy,
6 and 7, when the alumni
;ilanti normal will sponsor;
resentations in the high
auditorium.
show is being repeated 1n
rbor tomorrow night and
ay night at the Mimes
r in response to the re-
of many who were unable
it when it ran throughout
eek at the Mimes theater.
for the Ann Arbor show-
ay be procured by phoning
ng to the Mimes theater
ice.
cast will be the same cast
seentin the previous run.
for the directing of the
tion goes to Thomas J. Do-
8, who was active in. te
opera and other campus
ics throughout his school
nd was one of the authis
opera in which he starred.
story of the play itself is
ned with the efforts ofa
logy professor to save the
tes of a family from the
s of a crooked salesman
ttempts to -swindle them.
interwoven and conflictig
aid in vompleting a str
was very popular during its
iwn Donuts
'Partner for
your Coffee
at Breakfas
r Bismarcks and Raised
onuts at all the Stores
and Restaurants.
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Thursday,, February 28

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YOUNGER COLLEGE MEN
ON RECENT WESTINGHOUSE JOBS

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The Largest Hot Strip Mill in the World

Where do young college men get in a large
zndustriai organization? Have they
opportunity to exercise creative talent?
Is individual work recognized?
QUEEZED between giant
rolls, heated steel bars flatten
to form steel sheets for the bodies
of the automobiles that our mod-
erii burrying America demands.
So rapidly has this demand
grownAwithin the
rt e .-cx-rr n C n r-s * . rvsi

of Middletown, Ohio, recently
found it necessary to install a "hot
strip" mill larger than any before.
Such record-breaking capacity
brought with it a train of new
problems. Electric control had to
be devised to keep the big 3,000
and 4,ooo hp. D. C. motors "in
step" and prevent irregularities
in thickness or quality of the fin-
ished sheets. Huge generators and

transformers had to be designed
to handle the power require-
ments of this new mill - the
largest of its kind il all the world.
To Westinghouse came the assign-
ment of designing, manufacturing, and
installing this equipment. Opportuni-
ties of this caliber are not rare i an
organization with the resources which
Westinghouse commands. Westing-
house attracts young men of enterprise

and genius because it
daily provides a class

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