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November 14, 1929 - Image 8

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F 11h DUTrRPIC~CStudent's Journalistic Johnisoni Mentioned
[UU,~ I~fUIIi Club Changes Pr ognam -as Chinese Mints
ii r UNIFaculty Men RepI1ac Outsidcrs__________
H IT1 s Speakers in Future
10 SIG STODIYGroup Sessions.
S9TUH09Y~jMemnbers o the faculty wl d


War Department Head
Undergjoes Operation
Scc'y Good, Stricken Tuesday,
Night. Rushed to Walter
Reed Hospital.


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NOTICS :.dress the forthcomin g meetings o
NOTICiESde an avsWilTakthe Student's Journalist club inl-! rtednadDvsWl l
Notice to New Members of University Faculty: Dictaphone anxd t SfdnI Ate.Teysad of men far alone; in the jour-
typewriting service is available at t ie Dictaphone Station in Room 203' tdnsAfe hyn.itic professioni as was prevous-
Angell Hall to departments not provided with' secretaries. 1 1ve Registered. Y ilaiined. The chanxge ill the in-
Shirley 'f't. Smith, Seecretary and Business Manager . ---! tenltionxs of the club caine after
- - - _ _ - _._- __ _ _ rnli~rntinti L Lull . 1W rl JIU nL 3 S.It n

_____Cancelled Orders After World
(By Associated Press) War Ruined Fortune of
WASHINGTON, Nov. 13.--Secre- Meat Packer.
tary Good underwent a difficult,;___
operation for gangrenous, perforat- (By Associated Press)
ing appendicitis at Waltcr Reed CHICAGO, Nov. 13.-The estate
hospital today and heis condition of J. Ogden Armour, once valued at
wras described as extremely serious 1$200,000,000, was closed Tuesday In
The secretary of war was stricken, probate court with a $2,000,000 loss

To Members of the Faculty, 2.923l-.ii 0: Academic annual salaries,'
are paid innieisalnt (the ninth 'being a double installmei~nt) izucan Considcrs All Qualitics
othe last day o each month from October t June, inclusive. tth That Good Instructors
option of the Faculty member arrangement may be made with the; Should Possess.
Business Offce to pay the Salary in twelve equal monthly installments,$1
ending with the installment of September 30, 1930. If the arrange-.Rgsrto f l rsetv
went is not macdc until after October 31 proportionate adjustments in t eheraineoryfchollpopcmpus!
the amnounit and number of the ann +.al iniitallincuts ending September $ tae lce ysacurdayorningpu
30, 1930, will be made.wiltkph eSura mong
Faculty members xrising to zmahk such an arrangement for 192-, at10l o'clcek, Novemiier 16- in Urni-
130 will please call on the paiyroll clerk, lMiss Edithi Smnith or the as- vesy1:,1acioui.
sistanit, Miss Edna Gier. iu tthe Biusinessi Of lce at any timie except B3esides the filling out of cziroll-
durig the filial, four days cif iany miouthi. Preparation of the p~ayr:ollii ent ieards by the potential teach-
during this four-day pf'rid!l pr eve'n is ivJi~ attet Lon to othier iua -m. t here will he tIwo talks given by
t filbert R.. Critccien, Adviser of
Shirly V. Szii~h, Screz~tazry and BusUnzess Manager Arts and Science students and C. 0.I
!Davis, Adviser for the students of
EVINTSTODY the School of Edu~cation.
EVNS5O0 I ~o1cRistered Last Year.
University Lecture at 4.:15 p. in., Natural Science Auditorium. Dr. The University Bureau of Ap-f
Alexander Wetmore,, Assistant' Secretary of the United States National pointments and Occupational In-
Museumn* "Birds of the Hawaiian B:. d R eservation". Lecture will be il-I formation under the direction of T.
luslirated wit~h lantern slides anid moving pictures. Luther Lurt1ezer Purdom is conduct-
ing this work. Last year 550 gradu-
/Ora t orival Association Lecture Course: Louis 1Z. Auzspacher is the a te and u ndergraduate students
second speaker on thec Oratorical.Associationi Lecture Couxse. His sub- j registered at thec Bureau so as to!
ject is "The Trend of M vodlerni Drama." The lectuire is to be held at Hill obtain teaching positions upon fin-
Auditorium at 8 o'clock. ishing their studies. In addition to
this nigniber about 500 teachers re-
All-Camus Forumi: Prof. G. E. Den ianore of the Speech Depart- j enrolledl from the field. These can-
ment and the Uniiversity Extenision Service will speak at 4 p. mn. did ates are either without positions,
in Room D of Alumni Memorial llal. His subject will be "The Op- or wish to secure better ones. TheI
portunities That College Of1'ers". Prof. Densmore will call attention Bureau has been rendering a real
to many pheases of stdcnt life which are either neglected or ignored. I service in the past to these students.
Last year 367 calls for college
Exhibition of original drawings and paintings by American illus- # teachers were received and an-
trators, ground floor gallcry,, Architectural Building, daily, except Sun- swereci by the Bureau and about
day, throughout November.I three times this number for high
school teachers.
First Freshman Lecture in Hygiene for Men will be given in Water-: Complicated Proceedure.
moan Gymnasium, today at 3-4 and 5 p. iii. This requirement bicludes In se'leeiing students for these
all freshmen in the regular physical training classes, athletic squads calls, the Bureau must consider
and others'that have been excused froze these groups. 'mzaany qualification that the schoolsj
r G. A. May { calling for teachers demand. Some1
of these qualifications are rcligion,
All Graduate Students in English : Professor Price will describe; sex, age, ability to direct extra-
to all Graduate Students ini Figlishi the work on the Early Modern curricular activities, and many othi-
English Dictionary at 8:00 in Iloom 2231 A..ers. Photographs and information
- - about eachf student are always kept
American Chemical Society: Dr. A. P. Mathews, Professor of Bio- on file s t the Bureau's office so
chemistry at the University of Cincin~nati, will speak before the local as to ;felicitate the meeting of the
section at 4:15 p. in. in Ioom 151 Chemistry Building. His topic will ; equir.ed qualifications.
be "Some rececnt work oh the chemistry and physics of the nerve linz- I The service has been growing
pulse". rapidly in the last few years, es-
_------ pecially among the graduate stu-
Engineers: The A. I. S. C. Steel Construction Handbooks are now u eiits It. is the opinion of Mr. Pur-
available a the office of the Michigan Technic, Room 3038 E. Eli- j doern that the Bureau shall soon be
ginecring Bldg. sought by every prospective teacher
--- i as thec ii-osL efficient means to ob-
Quadrangle will meet at 8:00 p. in. at 713 Onondaga Avenue. tamn a teaching position.
Phi Sigmza business meetig at 7:30 p. in. in 1139 Natural Science ! AiR~ MAIL TIOUNDAGE.

torical. ability of members of the
faculty and perso)u c"inniected witll
the University ;vouici be far iore
beneficial than speeches by news-t
paper mhen whose lectures wou'C
embody that which students of
journalism , are already supposed
to know.
Programs of the club will now
be devoted to0 discussions of inevi
of the unik ersity oz, highly special-.
Sied suibjects having a direct bear-
inoinewspaper practice,, for ex
ample, the admlinistration of late
in the pricipality and th c difflecul-.
ties encountered by the polie
Professor John L. lBruin, in citiw'
the interest which a subject of this
kind would incite, spoke of the fact.
that most police break the law in
order to apprehend a criminal, us-
ing methods which are taboo in ou~t
bill of rights as a depr nation of.
clue process of law. Hie said that
they must necessarily do so, how-{
ever, and that most crime exists
4 .n t 4 int t.,. ln...rc . - *nn n r,,,..n

late Tuesday night and was remxov-1
ed to the hospital. Mrs. Good ac-
companied him.
After a conference today between
Secretary Wilbur of the interior
department, who is a physician, and
Dr. Joel T. Boone, the White House
physician, ulc operation was de-
cidecd upon.i
Italian Steamer Saves
Crew of French Plane
1(lByAssot e ~lAd Prtess.)?
SPEZIA, Italy, Nov. 13.-The
'tlian liner Arborea today wire-
lessed the station here she had
saved crew and passengers of a
French hydroplane belonging to
the commercial line operating
from Marseilles to Tunis.

to family creditors.
IIt was the World war with its
attendamit demands for feeding
armed millions that made the mil-
lion aire packer high among the
multi-millionaires. Then peace-
and the government canceled a
mnounitain of orders with thc Ar-
mour company.°
World mairkets were "flooded"
with Armour products and the pio'-
neer Chicago packer was said to
have lost $100,000,000 almost over-
night. Deflation of land and se-
curity values, following in the
wake of peace melted away the
remainder of the once huge for-
His wife and daughter wealthy
in their own right loaned Armour
mnore -than $3000000 and it was
these claims that finally placed
himt "in the red."



ly ecase he rovrbil am 0Associated P-ess Photo
ly bcaue te poverialarmof.Nelson T. Johnison
te lwi id n oh iti- Assistant secretary of state, who
ledal becasem of corruzptilon in our; has been mentioned as a possible
lega sysem.choice to succeed John Van Ant-
Talks by meen especially capable werp MacMurray as Minister to
in Cibeussing political organiz;L- China. MacMurray resigned his
tions, problems of city government, post last week to accept a post on
public utilities, the prevention of the faculty of Johns Hopkins Uni-
disease, aDc numerous other sub-. versity.
IIjects are to be secured in the near- 4 __-._._____-
future.Young Kansas Girl, 21,
Ancient Bible Is Placed Begins Opera This Fall
1on Exhibition in 'Texas ' (fl Associated Press)
CHICAGO Nov. 13.--A 21-year-
AUSTIN, Texas.-Bound in a deer ol i fo WchtKawl
skint tanned and dressed by the make her operatic debut with
owner, a Bible brought to Texas inI Chicago Civic Opera company this
1822 is on exhibition in the archives season.
of the University of Texas. The Bi-1 The young woman is Kathleen
ble was loaned to the library by Kersting whose voice was discov-
Mrs. John Pritchett of Austin. It1 ered by Mmne. Emma Calve on a vis-
contains a great deal of the family it to Wichita eight years ago. Miss
I history of the Mitchell famcily, to 1fe;rsting studied for several years
Iwhom the Bible originally belonged, in France with Mine. Calve in 1925,
AsMo Mitchell, owner of the Bible,! throughl efforts by the Wichita
came to Texas inl 1822 from hist club, she was sent to Italy for fur-
home in Pennsylvania, bringing Cher training.
~wit;h him his wife, Charlotte Mitch- ---- __ ___
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. (By A swci atcd hIi ss)
Oratoric al Ushers please report; at 7:30 p. in. in hill Auditoritun for! WASHIINUJON, Nov. 13. - Post-
f-heLous K.Ansache prgram ! aster General Brown announced
_________today there were 701,625, pounds of
Gargoyle Editorial Staff' and Tryouts: There will be an importantI mail transported by air during Oc-
meeting of the entire Gargoyle editorial staff and tryouts today at 4:15 tober, compared with 655,689 pounds
o'clock. in September, and increase of 45,-
E. Jerome Ellisonx. 936 pounds.
Christian Science Society meets at 7:30 tonight in Lane Hall.
Faculty Womn's Club, meets at 2:30 p. m. Assembly Room, Mich-
igan .League.

leaving him with several children,I
and was buried with simple cere-
Imonies in a little cemetery at the'
3mouth of the Brazos river. Asa
Imarried again five years later, tak-
ing as -his wife Miss Emily Brishanm
of Austin county. In the pages de-
voted to births, deaths, marriages
and other family records, Asa
placed all the material concerning
himself, his parents and his immie-
diate family that he~considered per-
tinent, including the date of his
conversion to Christianity.-


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