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kY, SEPTEMBER 26,1928

THE MI-CHIGAN

DAI LY

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SGHP TO BROADCAST
OPNIGRADIO NIGHT
PROGRAM ON TUESDAY
SECRETARY SMITH, POLLOCK,
YOST, AND BROWN
WILL SPEAK
VARSITY BAND WILL PLAY
Twenty-five Michigan Nights Over
WGHP Are Scheduled for
Current Year
Michigan Nights on the radio will
begin at 8 p.m. Tuesday night, Oc-
tober 2, with a program of music
by the Varsity band and talks by
Shirley W. Smith, secretary of the
University, Prof. Fielding H. Yost,
James K. Pollock, and Prof. George
G. Brown. This will be the first of
twenty-five programs to be broad-
cast during the college year over
WGHP, Detroit, the station of the
George Harrison Phelps Advertising
Counsel.
The series will be ushered into
the air by the Varsity band, aug-
mented this year to 100 'pieces,
playing the Victors. During the
program popular Michigan football
songs will be broadcast, including
Varsity, Men of the Maize and
Blue, the Stadium March, and the
Yellow and the Blue. This year's
band is under the direction of
Nicholas Falcone.
Shirley W. Smith, who as secre-
tary of the University has been in
close contact with prospective stu-
dents for 30 years, will speak on
the question, "Can a student work
his way through college?"
Professor Yost, director of inter-
collegiate athletics, will divide his
time on the program between this
year's football prospects and the
advantages offered by the new In-
tramural building. The building of
the new stadium and the Intra-
mural building have occupied his
attention for the past two years,
but this year he has again taken
up the burden of coaching.
Professor Brown, who was recent-
ly appointed by the National Gas-
oline Association of America's Re-
search department to develop more
and better uses for natural gaso-
line, will speak on the problem of
improving the quality of motor
fuel. Natural gasoline, instead of
being extracted from petroleum, is
condensed from natural gas, and
through this method three new
avation gasolines have been devel-
oped. Attention today, according
to Professor Brown, is turning from
the quantity of gasoline produced
to the quality of the product, and
the research involved will provide
the theme of his discourse.
James K. Pollock of the political
science department will speak on
"The Cost of Elections." Pollock
is the author of several articles on
political questions, and has just re-
turned from extensive political
studies in Europe, Australia, and
America.
Michigan Night programs will be
broadcast over WGHP at 8 p.m.
every Tuesday night from the
Michigan campus on 277 meters
with 1080 kilowatts on the antenna.
During the 1925-26 season, pro-
grams were transmitted by WCX
and WJR, and last year they were
put on the air by WWJ. Wildo J.
Abbott of the rhetoric department
vill again arrange the programs
and announce from the local studio.

Eleven New Men Added To Personnel Of

Rhetoric Department

To Fill Vacancies

To fill the vacancies left by the
resignations of many instructors
in the Rhetoric department last
spring eleven new men have been
added to the departnent.
Two come to the department as
assistant professors, Norman E.
Nelson and Kenneth T. Rowe. Pro-
fessor Rowe graduated from Rice
institute in 1922 where he served
as an instructor for two years.
He subsequently took his A. M. de-
gree at Harvard, where he also did
considerable work toward a Ph.D.
degree. He comes here directly
from the University of Oregon,
where he specialized in writing of
drama. Mr. Nelson has a Ph.D.
degree, which he obtained at Harv-
ard. He is an authority on Medie-
val Rhetoric, in which he will spe-
cialize here.
There are nine new instructors

in the department, some serving
part time and some full time. G.
N. Bebout is a graduate of Michi-
gan and a holder of an L.L.D. de-
gree. He comes here from the
University of Kansas. M. A. Butch-
ard is also a graduate of Michi-
gan and has an A. M. degree. He
has been teaching for the last two
years in the University of Pitts-
burgh. From Oberlin college comes.
J. S. Turner, who is serving here
as a part-time instructor as are
Benjamin DeGroff, and Harold A.
Ott. H. G. Baker is a full time
instructor with an A. M. degree.
John Diekhoff has spent a year
studying in Germany and at Ox-
ford, England, where 'he received
an M.A. degree. Kenneth Hoag
has attended Harvard and Gren-
oble university, France. Mr. Theo-
dore Hornberger studied at London

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