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October 27, 1929 - Image 3

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University Professors Speak Prof. Laurence Gould of Geology
Before Annual Meeting ofDp, t
Distict ducaors.Department, Pictured
LAR E TTEN ANCEDistrict Educators. in Several Views.
Ten professors of the University Photographs of members of the
Prominent Journalists to Speak faculty gave speeches at the var- Byrd Antarctic expedition, showing
at Three Day Meeting oudistric of the Mirhsgan Educato their winter encampment at the
in Union Building. Association held during theat southern limits of the known world,
three days in Detroit gt past are published in today's issue of the
SheayinontDesbett. oNew York Times.
PROGRAM IS OUTLINED Speakrchit te'subject of "od Three photographs of Prof.
Professor of Architecture, ad- Laurence M. Gould of the geology
Board of Regents to Banquet dressed the high school and college department, appear. Professor
Visitors; Harvard Game art section meeting of that organ-,I Gould holds the pst of official
ization held at 2.o'clock yesterday geologist for the expedition.
Also on Program. afternoon at the. Detroit Institute Marvels of the frozen South are
of Art. n y n"o tine,.pictorially purveyed in the pictures,
The eleventh annual convention "The tendeicy in our time." which includes views of a block of
and meeting of the University Press Professor Loch said, "has been to ice large enough to hide the expe-
Michigan will be held at theadapt buildirngs in long-established es Pte dition's ship, City of New York;
Club of Michigan will be held at thestyles to present-day requirements. Ben W. Swofford tleft), who represents the United States the and of a school of killer whales,
Union, Nov! 7,. 8, and 9. This event 1 However, the. nodern nOv\ement I intexnational oratorical contest in Washington, and his Mexican rival, cruiseing off the ice barrier on
is. expected to be the largest in with its new materials in the way Roberto Ortiz Gris (right. These two boy orators are the lone sur- which the ships of the Byrd party
attendance and most interesting ,f steel and re-enforced concrete. vivors of contests held in the: respective countries.-1 were unloading supplies.
conclave. of newspaper men in the is producing types of buildings bet- ---------- - Bernt Bachen, veteran of the
history of the University Press club. ter suited to our needs. This move- New Foreign Langage ALUMNI ATTEND Byrd expedition to the North Pole,
Speakers on the three day pro- ment is particularly strong in Offered for Entrance MEET IN SOUTH is shown playing with a full grown
gram include some. of the most dis- France, Germany, and Holland, and seal on an ice field.
tinguished and prominent men of is beginning to producc signifi~ Africans was the foreign lan- Alumni of the Law School, at- Transportation of winter equip-
those scheduled to spearbeforerofess rt Lo contry a guage offered for entrance by A. J.tending the annual national meet- ment betwene the base an Little
thoe cnventiondare suenotbesteProfessor Lorch contind ma B. Serfontaein of South Africa ing of the American Bar associa- America and the expedition ship is
the convention steel in construction, having made wen he entered the engineering tion which was in session a Mem- over a long ice road. Supplies
as Louis Wiley, of the New York possible buildings of practically school this fall to study highway phis, Tenn., last week, heldae must be carried by dog train, or
"Times"; George F. Milton, of the limitless height, has indirectly been engineering. union luncheon at one of the Mem- toted on the backs of members o
Chattanooga "News"; Grove Pat- the cause of badly-lighted streets Africans, according to Serfon- phis hotels on Friday. the expedition.
terson, of the Toledo "Blade"; W. in our "larger cities. Then city en- taein, is the official language in his For a number of years it has
. Gilmore, of the Detroit "News"; gineers, awaking to the need of country, and all legal documents been the custom for alumni of the Many supplies have beendcar-
Charles B. Driscoll, of the Mc- better conditions in their cities, in- re written in both Africans and University attending these bar ses- erid from the ship to the expedi-
Naught Newspaper Syndicate, N. stituted zoning laws which re- English. Africans, he says, is a sions to hold such gatherings. tion base during the last few
Y.; and Senator A. H. Vandenberg, quired an entirely new idea in modification of Dutch. Prof. E. R. Sunderland who at- weeks, in preparation for the long
formerly of the Grand Rapids architectural line. tended the meetings as representa- winter night.
"Herald." Prof. Warren E. Blake, of the the mathematics aivision at a tive of the Law School, was unable Sport is provided the scientists
Among the speakers who are not Greek department, gave an address meeting held at Cass high school. to be at the luncheon. in the form of coasting parties.
engaged in journalism but are nev- last Friday at the Detroit City Col- His subject was the "Status of -beatthelunc-eon. - - -
trtheless men of outstanding lege before the classical section, Tsts in Plane Geometry".
and interest in their fields are: speaking on "The Greek and Ro- In the division of special educa-
George H. E. Smith, executive se- iman Theatre." tion, Prof. John Muyskens, of the Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewery
cretary of the League of Nations Prof. E. E. Fleischinan, of the linguistics department, spoke be-
association; Prof. E. R. Sunderland, speech department, read several fore a meeting held at Highland
of the law school; Prof. Jesse S. miscellaneous selections at a lunch- Park high school on "Specialization High Grade Repair Service
Reeves, of the political science de- I eon held at the Detroit Federation in Education". First, general ses-
partment; Prof H. L. Caverly, of of Women's Clubs. Two other sions, where lectures concerned _ _ _ _ _ _
the economics department; and members of the same department' with education as a whole were
Coaches Fielding H. Yost and Har- spoke at City College: Prof. G. E. presented. Second, division meet-i".
ry Kipke. A number of other prom- Densmore, on the subject of "High ings, wherein formal discussions of
inent men of the campus will prob- School Debating", and Prof. James problems pertaining to the broad-
ably take part in the program. M. O'Neill on the subject of "Eth- er departments of public education
Entertainment for the visitors ical Debating Coaching". were held.p +
will be. headed by the Harvard- o Before meetings of the division i_ ___--
Michigan battle. Banquets feature of manual arts and industrial edu- I
Thursday and Friday evenings and cation held at the Fordson high
an interesting program will be pre- school, Prof. Henry D. Anderson, of
sented by the Student's Journalist the (engineeing college, spoke on
club. The visiting, women will be "College Preparatory in the En-
entertained at a reception in the gineering Field"; Prof. W. D. Hen-
Womei's League Building and ex- derson, director of the extension
cursions are planned about the en- division, also lectured at this meet-
virons of Ann Arbor. A spirit of ing.
good fellowship will characterize Raleigh Schorling, professor of
the occasion. education, spoke before members of
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