THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIAYOCYTBER i8, 1929
PLANS [FORN., L1,
Michigan- Chapter Holds Initial
Meeting; Industrial Motion
'tentative plans for the cuirrent
year were outlined by Henry E~ngle-
fried, president of the Michigan
chapter of the National Society of
Industrial Engineers, at the first
meeting of that, organization, held
Wednesday afternoon in Room 229,
West Engineering building.
Among some of the suggestions '
offered was one concerning the
showing of a series of motion pic-
tures of industry which will be of
interest not only to the engineeringj
students, but also to students of
business administration and eco-
nornics. If the present plans; are
carried out, lecturers will be pro~-
vided to give illustrative Ualks on
pictuyre of the Year
!mra which expiires at the Majestic
today, is hereby nominated for the
best picture of the year 1919. Fall-
ing bigs shielding heroes, wick-
) ed chor iiil,,and what not fea-
ture this one per cent talking thril-
The p~lot concerns the construc-
tion of a railroad bridge in the
Wrest and its chief engineer who
sacrifices his reputation to save his
employer's wrongdoing. The cast,
which deserved a much better pic-
ture, includes Monte Blue, May Mc-
Avoy, and Lee Moran.
There were possibilities of an ex-
cellent production, for the locale
was picturesque and several of the
situations novel and amusing, but
the film as a whole falls flat. War-
ne;r Brothers have produced some
big Vitaphone hits, but this one's
way down the bottom of the heap.
Then again you might like it. Who
knows? B. J. A.
John G. Wminter on Leave of Absence
'Will Deliver Series of Lectures in Rome
Prof. John G. Winter, chairman was established throuw_ b the be-
of the Latin Department, who is quest of a considerable sum of
now on leave of absence for the money under the terms of the will
academic year 1929-30, will deliver of the late Thomaiis Spencer Jt
a series of about six lectures on the rome, an alumnus of the Lliiver
Jerome Foundation before thel sity, and prominent, Detroit attor-
American Academy in Rome some: ney who spent the latter parto
time before January 1. The sub-; his life in Capri, Italy. HeI devoted
ject of his lectures will be "The his leisure time to the stud,' of
Contribution of the Greek Papyri; Roman history, and under 1,11
to our Knowledge of Ancient Life teriiis of the lFoundation a nuirr
and Literature."1 ber of lectures areto be given iOi
The Jerome Foundation, on this subject to ,Ii to tim 4dorio r'
which Professor Winter will lecture, interests.
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