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February 14, 1929 - Image 2

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I'AGE TWO

1°THF E MICHIGANDAIY

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AnT 'WIU IS APPOINTED
I[PETUII 'TO SUCCEED SZE
WILL HE GIVEN HERE
ETCHINGS AND DRY POINTS"
IS SUBJECT OF SAMUE~L
C.:CHAMBERLAIN
LECTURES TO BE FREE

CURRlENT NEWS TEST City Cab Ord

finance :PART OF THE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM
1_ I2 .. .I SOON TO RF PT! I .F D WTTI-I fl ~IAV q

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Prof. Alfred V. Churchill An
Dr. Adolphe Van Glabbeke
Are Other Speakers

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Three lecturers of note will appea r . .
bewe rdyadTedya'public addresses on. fine arts sub- S'
Juects, sponsored by the Ann, Arbor
Art association, two to be given in4 '
Almnuni Memorial hail and one in Y ;
Natural 'Science auditorium.'
L ai g he ls is S m e .C.Chamberlain;, who will speak at:
4:15 Friday afternoon at. Alumni'D C..Wi
Memorial hiall. on "Etching and Iy Dry F.C.oime Nationalist minister of
Points." In the course of his talk
he will make a plate- and print a China, who has been .appointed
dry point etching for the audience,; Chinese minister to the United
his materials having been brought i States, succeeding Sao-Ke Alfred
here expressly for the lecture. rzrcnl rnfre oLw
OnceAPrfso
Mr. Chamberlain was formerly an don,, England.
assistant professor of architecture;
here. In.192'7 he was awarded 'the:i S tace Says Public
Guggenheim Memorial foundation
scholarship carrying with it a year's I-Relations Promote
study with Malcolm Osborne, R. A., +Good Will, Equit y
English authority on etching., __
At present a large exhibit of Mr.t
Chamberlain's etchings is being tWholesome public relations
shown at Memorial hall where ,it have for their objectives the pro-
will remain until February -25. On! motion of understanding, of good
February 21, Mr. Chamberlain will will, and of equity," declared Ar-
leave the United States to return Ithur W. Stace, director of the
to Paris,, after being in this country :Michigan Public Utility Informa-
for four months.; tion bureau, in an address to the
Churchill From Smith Frsr lbls rh.
Prof. Alfred Vance Churchill,Fretyculatng.
head of the fine arts department! In speaking of public relations,
of Smith ,college, will speak at 4:15 !State said that any institution
Moniday afternoon in Natural Sci- iwhich comes into contact .with the
ence auditorium on "Modern Ro-~ people or with popular opinion has
mantic Painting." Prof. Churchill need to look .diligently at its pub-
likewise is director of the museum lic relations, this° being particular-'
at Smith college. 1y true of any institution whose
He was educated a;~ Oberlin col- activities, are outside of the field
lege following which he spent a of common knowledge, ,or. of large
number of. years as a student at,- and growing institutions. "Con-
Leipsig-, Berlin, ;the Academic Julieni :tructive progress,". he said, "must
at Paris, a.nd at the University of 1 always overcome obstructive or
Paris, ;destructive opposition.".
Closing the list of speakers who ;'The people must have good will
wall appear during the week is Dr. 1 toward forestry,". he continued.
Adolphe Van Glabbeke, M.A., LL.D., The idle third of Michigan's land,
L... who will speak on "Leon- good 'only for. forests,, mnust be for-
ardo da Vinci: His Life ,and Works," ' ested despite public ignorance, in-
at Memorial hall at 4:15 o'clock d ~ifference, or positive ill-will.
Tuesday .afternoon. Michigan's present advancement
___- -______hecredited to public. relations
wNork of foresters.

C -W 111 rossioiy DOos t J A £J4.d.' VTAAA .AJ ~ Z or JE uropean . tu c y
COMPETITION STILL Ann Arbor Taxi Fare'Aon teaan euctina
" On ofthe orepuzzingquirs h"" « turswhich are being arranged for
OPEN FOR ST UDENTS neo the moepzln iik ~tecoing summer by various
O 1of the present situation resulting 1;tiavel bueaus, an unsual featur
from: the enforcement of the auto- rvlbueuanuuul. etr
A," '< :'< <.:::r'.": ;:'is being preseted by the Bureau
-- ~~mobile ban was brought out last ofUiestTrvlnthfrmf
EXAMINATION WILL BE HELD' Friday when City Attorney Cal'"ofUiest.Talinheor.f
ON FEBRUARY :15 FOR ALL Lehmn.istrcte theAnnAr.>:- a vagabond tour for architects.
CONTESTANTS i police to enforce rigidly the city ' , '..Ti orwihicue 5dy
ordinance regulating taxi fares, The occupied in a study of archit.-
orde wa thereslt o a omplinttui epwill sail from New York on
TO LAST IThREE jHOURSJ re a h euto opan
*read by J. A. Bursley, dean of stu July 3 for Southampton.
Frt arTodents, acting in his capacity f r k : Extensive travel in England,
FrtPrToConsist Of Spot;i Fr ance, wtelnadIaywl
9uestions And Second Parts alder man. H. A. McCain, fte,.............................Sal w iopprtunityfran tudyof
' .rTo Be Five Essays Buick taxi service, against whom thFatanl acitcur pealn
the original complint had been i'"in'; the cun riecwthrathorough-
'With the comletion of final ar-I lodged, is appealing for a recon-'nessosalmostiposwibleoanothe
rangemnents for the annual New wdrto o>h<ciowihhetp fstdn or
,York Times Current<Events contest x ""tartkn ihutcn___________
comes, the announcement that they utn n fth aicmais usrb oTe ihgnDiy
competition is still open for those ,operating on student business, and __________________________________Subscribe_____ i$250the h ear-it'siworthit.
who have not yet signified their which he thinks will only seve $,Qtehl erI ot t
intentions of participating. The;. to make rides for students more cx The main exhibition r oom of the Univeisity Museum in which the3
examination will be held at 3 I :pensive than before: through ;itsI display of invertebrate paleontology will soon be placed with that of
o'clock, Friday afternoon,. Febri :-operation.g
ary 15; in room 2023 Angell hall. Alderman Burslcy has charged; vertebrate paleontology through the efforts of Professor G. .4i Ehers of
Tog enrnswrsupsdthat the automiobile ban has proveThuh ntaswreupoed the Geology department, and John Galley, museum assistant. The4
to have. informed the contest com-; to be a gold mine to the local taxi !exhibitions will fill all the cases on the left side of the room.g
mittee of their intentions, the icompanies, and believes that it is;______________________________
committee, headed by,-Prof. Everett'time that the rates are revised. The!
S. Bownof tie olitcalscineriious cab -conmpanies nowT op-l
.s rw ftepltclcec department, will permit any regu- cerating in Ann Arbor have pro t LAST TIMES TODAY"
lardy enrolled student who has not; duced among them surprising. dif-A H
complete'd four years of academic !: ferences in rates, varying from flatLTTH
work to enter. rates for any number of occupants EDJ F ~
Test n. Thee Pats ,to different systems of meter-regu -
The xamiatin, cpies of~lation. The ordinance in question, -
The examin een ciedof requires that a taxi must either use!
which have alreadybenrcivd a meter and charge at the rate oloo
will consist of two sections; one, a 35cnjfrtefrtml n e
quresoion toatgroupofrfiveporcents for each additional half -mile= K 7 Ncel rcd
quetios; wo,.a rou offiv oror else charge a 'flat rate of 35'-f g j E 7 iklsAed
six short, factual essays of an cents and display asg onthe_ ThStioey& ypwtr
eioilntr.The 'test may not tax tothinefect 25c SHOWS AT 7 0-8 40 2c ~ h ttoey&Tpwie
edtas lnter.ha tre5hurnStore'
hour .being allotted for the fist -,- -- -
part and not more than two hours
for the second. In Part II there
will be considerable option as to If
ber of topics,, selected from devel-
opments in divers fields during the _' ,'Y Ir
past year will be offered. Y
Several Prizes
The . prizes awarded to winners
at the twenty schools where the1
contest is conducted ;amount~ to
$5,500 in the aggregate, each
school receiving $250, and a' sum 7
of :$500 being awarded to the na-
tional winner. The local prize will.____________________________________
Ibe divided into three smaller ________
sums of $150, $75, and $25. The'1 f____
first award ,will be given to, the
person writing the, highest ex-.,
amination. of all those submitted.
The second prize. will, be given to:
the freshman or sophomore writ-i
ing the best examination; and the' IW
third will be awarded to the per- A ,. I W o rtn h eodbs ae
of all those submitted. AT THEk
nd Banquet Programs uuum~n
lescriptionue tf IULFA I) ARiN
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complibed. After all, if one
goes about a bhit, a house at-
itiospitere that is int'ormt'aland
comfortable has its advantages.
Evening decolcte and dinner
coats are lnt a req uisite when
one travels to LEurope TOURIST
'third Cabin. That pretty well
describes "why the seasoned
traveler to Euirope often prefers
this class. 'then, it has the fea-
lutre of being very inexpensive,
.%hich is a brig itr n in modern
travel. Round-trips cost from
I~184-.50 up.
Ini our fleets we. offer you a
choice of such. fnmous liners
as Whe Majestic. world's largest
ship,Qlyympic,Hoaericjjielgen.-
laud. Laplatnd, ete. -aud two
remarkable stespujers. Ifinne-
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NILS °ASTHER
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new pair of
qu screen lovers in
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