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PAR O~

-T HFE MICHI GAN DAILY

TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1929

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FORJUNRSTO ISTIAdd Two New Men
MRSTo V jTo Language Stafl
N CFor Next Semes
iThieme Announces Appointn
Of Chales Knudson An
Jean Ehrhard

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GOVERNOR GREEN MAY COMMUTE Engineers Convene
PROHIBITION OFFENDERS' TERMS
To Discuss Heating
Methods For State
Conference Is Designed To Bring
°': About Closer Relations

GROUP WILL GIVE PROGRAM
AT KALAMAZOO COLLEGE
CONVOCATION
ZEE WILL BE SPOKESMAN1
Battle Creek, Lansing, Kalamazoo,
Grand Rapids, And Jackson
To Be Principal Stops

Two men of outstanding perso-
nalities and of ability as teachers.
and scholars will come to the Uni-
versity next semester with the ap-
pointment of Charles Knudson and1
Jean Ehrhard as assistant profes-I
sors of French, according to Prof.,
Hugo P. Thieme, of the Romance
languages department.
Professor Knudson is to give par-
timiul a.r fttenm tiAn t r F nrh litprn.-

$ei nling April 8 and ext~endin ;UUUUt11U1l !. III il d
prin 12, twenty foreign student ture and the language of the Mid-
oil 12, tent foreig sr dle Ages. He received his doctorate
will go on the eighth annual.. spring'a avr ihhnradhl
yacation tour of Michigan cities. at Harvard with honors, -and held
The trip includes a visit to each the Sherafe bllowship for two
of the following cities on succes- years travel asroad. Although a
live days:btte dCreGk, onday'; youngeman heas calready ,ubli h
-Ke ays:zoo BuatterMndRay; ed a series of articles in one ~of the
Kalamazoo, T y; p foremost of contemporary French
ids, Wednesday; Lansing, Thurs- journals "He is a man of out-
day; and Jackson, Friday. standing personal charm, of great
In addition to inspection of in- culture, and of wide sympathies,"
dustrial plants and places of his- said Professor Thieme.
,trical interest, the group will give professor Ehrhard comes here
a brief program at Kalamazoo col-Iro eborE rcoe here
lege convocation and a half-hour from Middleboro college, where he
was assistant professor. of French.
radio program broadcast from ivsas trained at the Ecole Nor-
Grand Rapids. male Superieure, in Paris, and re-
Zee To Talk On China ceived his Agrege des Lettres in
Mr. T. T. Zee, graduate student e1927 with highest honors, leading
ijn .highway engineering, will- be his class. He is to specialize in
the spokesman, for the party. His French literature of the nineteenth
:talksdealing with aspects of con- and twentieth centuries. "Profes-
temporary conditions in China, p01- sor Ehrhard is one of the most
lical, social, and educational will' brilliant men to be turned out
be given in all of the cities. .Atl from the University of Paris," said
present, 17 persons are signed up 'Professor Thieme.
;t go, including Prof. J. A. C. Hild- Both men are to give advanced
her, of the German department, ,and elementary courses in their
and Carleton F. Wells, faculty man-Irespective fields.
alter of the tour.
The personnel as it
is as follows: A. ier Anders ARBOR C ER
sen, J. C. Conroy, S. H. Sankas, T. COMBINE IN NEW CU Pj
T. Zee, Yun-Kwun Yang, Stanfordi '
Seo, K. A. L. Suez, Graham Chen,' Ann Arbor is soon to have a new
Andrew Zee, K. W. Kwan, Ray-'framing and printing shop, the S.
xaond Chan, Ning Fong, Eugene and S. Supply Store, located on
Lattimore, S. S. Asgarzade, Amir H. Maynard near Liberty.
Uzri, Professor Hildner and Mr. The business is a combination of
Wells. It should be noted that five the Craft Type Shop, owned by
oditiodalnstudents can . be ac Walter M. Stiller, and. a framing
baodatcd and any wish Mr. Wellsconcern headed by J. B. Saunders.
soon as possibe. lBoth have been, in business for
many years in Ann' Arbor.

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With University .
iContinuing their sessions which I
opened yesterday morning, morej
than 70 engineers and industrial
administrators are in attendance
today at the Michigan, Industrial
* f ..Heating conference being held at
the Union, by the Michigan Manu-
.. : ~facturers' association in co-opera-
lion with University, the Consum-
ers Power company, and the De-
troit Edison company.
The conference is designed to
r :. '" take the University, with its re-
sources and staff, available to- the
industries of the state, with a view
to closer cooperation.
Yesterday's session centered onz
Sthe discussion of the electric fur
nace equipment of the Dodge Bros.
plant in Detroit and descriptions
1iof other heat treating appliances.
Papers were presented yesterday
at the morning session by Prof. A.
* kt E. White, director of the University
bureau of engineering research;
,:: rProf. C. F. Hirshfeld, chief engi-
neer, Detroit Edison company, and
A. D. Dauch, engineer for the
I George J. Hauan company, Pitts-
Among those most directly af- burgh.
fected by the passage of Michi, At ;the luncheon meeting -F. C.
gan's WVatson bill, which strkes Young, chemist and .metallurgist'
prohibition offenses from the list for the Ford Motor company spoke;
of felonies outlined in the habitual on "Ford Steel and Heat Treat-
riminalcode which provides life 'ment"; W. B. Wallis,- president of
imprisonment for fourth offenders, the Pittsburgh Electric Furnace
are Mrs. Etta Mae Miller, left top, company, discussed "Melting of
'and Clarence, Tripp, below. Gov- Grey Iron" ; and R. T. Cadwell, en-
ernor Fred W. Green, right above, gineer Holcroft and company, De-
is expected to commute their sen- troit, presented "Electric Forging
tences. Furnaces."
s1

Organist Will Give
Recital Wednesday
Palmer Christian, University or-
ganist, will give his weekly twilight
concert at 4:15 o'clock, Wednesday
in Hill auditorium. The general
public, with the exception of small
children is invited to attend.
The program will include Hanff's
Choral Prelude on "Ein feste Burg,'
Sonatina from the Cantata "God's
Time is Best" and Fugue in E flat
(St.. Anne's) by Bach, Prelude on
an ancient Flemish Theme-Gil-
son, Choral Prelude on "Rejoice, ye
Pure -in Heart"-Sowerby, Drifting
:Clouds-d'Antalffy, Allegro conspi-
rito (Sonata 111)-=-Borowski, Scher-
zo-Rousseau, Traume - Strauss-
.Christian, and Prelude and Fugue
I in Bach-Liszt.

News From Other Colleges
FRATERNITY MEMBERS LIMIT "HELL WEEK" TO
ARE POORER SCHOLARS SHORT PERIOD AT OHIO
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA.- OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY-
According to a report recently Rules limiting "lell Week" aetivi-
completed here, the scholastic ties to 36 hours will go into effect
average of non-fraternity men and April 12 and 13, dates set for spring
women is higher than that of their quarter initiations in all fraterni-
fellow students:"affiliated Withties and sororities. Every effort
such organizations. The report will be made to enforce the ruling
indicates that of the twenty -fra- which was passed by the Council
ternities and soroities on the on. Student Affairs some tine ago.
camtpus, fifteen "ranked "below the. -
general average for all students. I N BUREAU USES EW
..- DATING iR UUS ,NE
PRINCETO N FRESHMEN HAVE SYSTEM AT WASIINdN U.
QUEER TASTES, VOTES SHOW
r iUNVERSITY .OF WASHINP-
I PRINCETON, N. J.-Princeton TON.-There is a dating bureau on
frosh prefer a Phi Beta Kappa key the Uiiversity of Washington cam-
Ito a varsity letter, a college girl to pus. A card index of all men and
any other kind, and would rather women students is being made 'up
support a college paper than a containing the names of all those
football team, a ballot held here available for parties and dances.
COOPERATIVE BUYING WILL
FIND GRADE CARDS HELP CUT FRATERNITY EXPENSES
OHIOSTUDENTS AVERAGES
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA.-
OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY.- A. .plan for cooperative buying ,for
The practice of sending grade re- 'campus fraternity houses aiming
ports to the parents of students, to reduce expenses for these or-
which was inaugurated last se- ganizations is now being consider-
1 mester, met with marked success ed by the inter-fraternity council.
in improving the general scholas- "It has been found among Oreek
tic average, according. to Miss letter societies in many places that
Helen Clark, assistant iegistrar. expenditures for commodities such
The practice will be continued, and as food and coal could de -apiprec-
the parents of failing students ably reduced by cooperative pur-
will receive a report all' deficiencies chasing,? says Dean Otis McCreery,
before the regular reports are sent. president of 'the council.
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present quarters, where he was
joined by Saunders, who has been'
doing framing work for 32 years.
The store in now open for busi-
ness, but since all supplies have
not yet arrived, a formal opening
Will not take place until the mid-
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PROF. PHILLIPS WILL LECTURE
-"Southern Architecture" is the
subject of an illustrated lecture to
be delivered by Prof. U. B. Phillips
at 4:15 today in the auditorium of
the architectural college. Although
he is a professor of history, he
has made an intensive study of this
type of architecture.
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