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{ A~itrnAY, APRILJ 27, -1929
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Ex-Governor Indicted
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Hubert M. Hutchinson, Dean of Prof. G. C. Priester, Of University
Yale Law School, Will Assume Of Minnesota, Makes New
Office July First : Discovery Here
IS BUT THIRTY YEARS OLDI TEST WORKS EFFECTIVELY
(By Associated Press) A new method of calculating the
CHICAGO, April 27.-Dr. Robert cable stress in suspension bridges,
Maynard Hutchins, 30-year-old !both surer and shorter than that
dean of the Yale university law hitherto employed, is set forth in
school, will become the youngest 1 mathematical detail in "Engineer-
president of a major university ing Research Bulletin No. 12" just
when he.assumes the presidency of issued by the department of engin-'
the University of Chicago July 1. eering research.
Selection of Dr. Hutchins by The new method is the work of
unanimous choice of the faculty- Prof. George C. Priester, asso-
trustee committee was in line withPrfGegeC Pistraso
the announced intention of thecte professor of mtheatics and
trustee to name as president' a mechanics at the University of Min-
an with wide administrative ex- J. Lyle Glenn nesota, and was done at the Univer-.
perience who at the same time was Who has been appointed as fed- sity of Michigan by Prof. Priester
eral judge of the eastern and west- during a year of residence, under
young.' the direction of Prof. S. Timo-
The trustees felt that in view of ern districts of South Carolina. d
n elab Late expansion program, His selection removes one of thet shenko, professor of engineering
calling for the expenditure over a strongest gubernatorial candidates mechanics.
period of years of many millions in the 1930 South Carolina cam- < In the language of the bulletin
of dollars, the university needed paign. The cable stress in a stiffened sus-
iot only a scholar, but a success- pension bridge of one or of threex
ful administrator whose compara- AIR TOUR PLANES ditr when the load is uniformly
tive youth would insure continueds e t
direction of the school's affairs over TO STOPIN CIT Y sufficient degree of accuracy by thei
a, considerable length of time. Tapplication of trigonometric series."r
Dr. Hutchins will succeed Dr. According to present indications This new method, it is claimed, will c
a AccorningotorpregnntdindicaJioneprove simpler and more effective
Max Mason, who resigned last June Ithe itinerary of Michigan's first than those previously in use because
to, become connected with.' the[
fiockefeller foundation. 'state air tour to start Monday, June it gives a more direct method ofi
As dean of the Yale law school 10th, from Pontiac includes Ann determining the forces making up
br. Hutchins, in cooperation with Arbor as the fourth city to be vis- the stress on the cables, because it
Dr. Milton C. Winternitz,. dean of ited. The planes that will make the gives the forces produced by a con-
the medical school, organized the'. trip will represent practically ev- centrated as well as a distributed
Institute of Human Relations to ery kind of machine now distrib- load, and because it does away with
focus the social and biological sci- uted in this state and among them the necessity-required in former
ences in a study of man and hu- will be two entered by Lieut. Leon- 'methods-of making assumptions in
man relationships. ard S. Flo, manager of the local computation which might prove
The new president comes of a airport. . false, requiring that all the work of
family distinguished in education. The tour will start at Pontiac acalculation be done over.
Ris father, William James Hutch.- and stops will be made at De- I As the modern tendency is almost
Ins, is presdent of Berea college troit, Ann Arbor, Lansing, Jack- entirely toward bridges of this type
in Kentucky. His mother is a son, Benton Harbor, Kalamazoo, -such as the new bridge over the
graduate of Mt. Holyoke college. A Battle Creek, Grand Rapids, Grand Delaware at Philadelphia and the
young brother, Francis, is head of. Haven, Muskegon, Ludington, Man- new Detroit River bridge-it is be-
"Yale-in-Chicago," and an older istee, Cadillac, Bay City, Saginaw, lieved that Prof: Priester's work will
brother, William, is a master at Flint,, and other cities. About prove one of the most important of
Westminster school, Sinsbury, 1,200 miles will be covered and the recent contributions to this phase
Conn. jaunt will end June 14th. of industry.
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MUST BEIN THURSDJ8A
Designs for the football program
cover design contest-being sponsored
by the Board in Control of Athletics
Smust be turned in by 5 o'clock, on,
the afternoon of May 1, according
to Herbert A. Fowler, assistant pro-I
fessor of decorative design in the
architectural school. The contest
is open to students in any college
of, the University.
'Three cash prizes and two honor-r
able mentions will be awarded by a]
committee of judges to be composed7
of representatives of the Board in
Control of Athletics and the College
of Architecture. Specifications as
to the material to be used and fur-
ther. detailed rules of the competi-
tion have been posted on bulletin
boards in the various buildings on.
the campus.
Entries are to be delivered by Maya
1 to the office of Assistant Prof.
Fowler in room 345 architectural1
building. Prizes will be paid im-
mediately after the awards have
been made at the office of Philip C.
Pack in the Ypsi-Ann building, ac-
cording to the announcement of th(
contest.f
The 'winning designs will be ex, i
hibited in a State street store nextr
fall together with other designs.t

Buett erC AndAll
Make Casts Of Skullf
Casts of the skull, of a primitive:
amphibian, on exhibition in the
main room of the University Mus-
eums, are being'm ade by ,WH
Buettner, preparateur of 'speci-.
ments, and Carleton Angell, Mus-
eums artist, for exchange with
other institutions.
The skull,' which was discovered
by a Museums of paleontology ex-
pedition to Texas several years
ago, is considered to be the' most
perfect of its kind in existence. The
casts of the specimen,, which is
called Buettneria, in Buettner's
honor, will be sent 'to the most im-
portant natural history museums
in America and Europe.
FORESTR Y GROUP
GOES TO LANSING
Thirty members of the School of
Forestry and Conservation left mthis
morning for Lansing, where they
will attend the, annual field day 'of
the foresters of Michigan State
college. The group also included
about ten members of the forestry
school faculty.
The group will compete with the
foresters of that school in such
events as bow-and-arrow shooting, 1
rifle shooting, log cutting, and, log'
sawing, besides other events per-
taining to the foresters' trade,

PUB LICTORVEUS
O GOFLIftKS SOON
Sit of the proposed eighteen holes
of Ann Arbor's' municilIal golf
courseWwill be opened to the public
in a short time, according to E. A.
Gallup, 'superintendent of the de-
partment of parks and boulevards.
The course, which is situated about
a mile from the city hall between
Fuller street and the -Iuron River,
is to be opened. to the public this
summer, and a fee of 25 cents will
be charged to each person desiring
to play.
The reason for the delay in com-
pleting the entire course is that the
city lias not been able to get the
title to the parcel of 'land on which
tle remaining three holes of the
first nine hole project are to be
laid out.
Work on the last nine holes will
be begun as soon as the city feels
conditions warrant the addition.
This will probably be next year
some time.
MRS. LINDBERGH VISITS
Mrs. Lindbergh, mother sof .Col.
Charles ,Lindbergh, trans-Atlantic
flier, 'attended the Schoolmnasters'
Club convention here yesterday
afternoon.

Sidney J. Catts
Former Governor of Florida and
now a Baptist minister, who has
been indicted by a federal grand
ury at Jacksonville, Florida, on a
charge of having financed a coun-
terfeiting ring which planned to
put $1,000,000 in fake money into
circulation.

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