100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

November 21, 1929 - Image 2

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1929-11-21

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN

TT ihd AY. , NOVEI iIPh, 2

ANDERSON REVIEW S
~MASSED DRILLS OF
MICHICAN 9 T 0T C.

Happiness Brought to Invalid Boy Admirer
Through Radio Gift From President Hoover
-ma WExperts to Discuss Children's

Diiseases at HospIta
Next Tuesday.

,

Competition Among Companies,I
Picked Squads Features
Drill of Unit.
MEDALS WILL BE GIVEN I
Ruthven to Present Awards to
Winning Companies in
Review Tuesday.
Col. A. V. P. Anderson, corps area
Reserve Officers' Training Corps
officer for Sixth army corps, area,
reviewed the Michigan unit of the
R. O. T. C. yesterday afternoon at
Yost Field House in the first mas-
sed drill held by the Michigan unit.
The drill yesterday was marked by
inter-company competition and by
competition between picked squads
from each of the five companies
composing the unit. The Varsity1
R. O. T. C. band led the unit as it
passed in review before Colonel

Building of School Poetry Award Taken
o be Continued by Edwin A. Robinson
After some delay in the securing
of sufficient funds from the stateI
to continue the erection of the
University's new elementary build-
ing, enough money has been re-
ceived to pay all bills outstanding
on Nov. 15, according to a state-
ment issued at University hall yes-
terday.
According to the present plans,
this building will house the elemen-
tary grades and "when ready will be
operated as a unit through which.
opportunity will. be given the I
school of Education for research in4
edue tional methods in the lower

Credulous America' to be Topic
of Nationally Known
Lecturer.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE
Lewis Browite, nationally known
author and lecturer, will speak to
Michigan students on "Credulous
America," Tuesday night in Natural
Science auditorium. The lecture is
sunder the auspices of the Hillel
Foundation, where tickets are novi

TO SHOW BLOOD TESTS'
Experts from the University staff
and from other schools will discuss
the problems of children's diseases
f t the conference to be held in the-
University hospical next Tuesday,
it is announced. This discussion
eas made possible through the
Couzens Children's Fund of Michi-
g.a.

4

1
1

I iappiness has come into the inv
City, since he 'has received a radio

/

Anderson. the chief executive when the latter
At the conclusion of the drill, it City, and when Robert wrote Mr. He
was announced by Major B. D. Ed- iis speeches, the radio was the reply
wards, commander of the local unit, ---_,_
that President Alexander G. Ruth-I
ven will review the unit at Ferry
field next Tuesday afternoon, with LX
good- weather. If the weather is
stormy the review is to be held, in-
side the Yost Field house. At this
time, President Ruthven will pre-
sent the winning company and
squad withthe medals and ribbons Senate Seeks Adjournment Vote
won in yesterday's competition, to Disregard Proppsed c
Gordon Wins Medal. Tariff Bill.
Competition between companies'
was won by company "E," com- (Py Assciated Press)
manded by Cadet captain R. D. WASHINGTON, Nov. 20.-If the
Gordon, '32. Gordon will receive a Senate has its way, President Hoo-
gold medal, and each man in the ver's special session of congress will
company will receive a serv4ce r .
stripe in the University colors as adjourn Friday night, without com-I
an award. pleting action on the Tariff Bill,
In the competition between the second of the two major meas-
squads, the squad in charge of Cor- ures on its program.
poral C. A. Sanford, '32, was victor-
ious Eac meber f tis suad House leaders were advised that
ious. Each member of this squad k adurmninte
will be given a silver medal. those seeking adjournment in the
At the time of the review before Senate have corralled enough votes
the President, the 10 first-year men to pass a resolution of adjournment,
most proficient in the manual of despite the band of "young guard"
arms and drilling will lie present-deptthbado"yugur"
ed with bronze medals. pr Republicans, who are opposing ad-
Judges Entertain Guests. journment, and the group of west-
Judges in the competition were ernRepublicans who have fought it.
Major B. D. Edwards, Captain C. A. Speaker Nicholas Longwor.th and!
Powell, and reserve lieutenants Republican floor leader John Q.
Hubbard, Foster, McCaughey, and Tian slod lead er o
Moyer. Tilson both said they still were op-
Preceding the review yesterday posed to adjournment, unless the
afternoon, the members of the mil- Senate admits its inability to func-
itary staff of the University enter- tion and to pass the bill in the nine
tained President Ruthven and
Colonel Anderson at luncheon. days left before the regular session
begins.
Hoover Ma Effect Their course will depend upon
the form of the resolution and the'
Reorganization Plan vote by which it passes, they said.
STUDENTS ST ART
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20- Presi- I CASE DISCUSSION
dent Hoover is ready to translate
into actioin 10 years' talk about re- Representing a distinctly nC v
organizing the Federal Goveriment. departure in the social service cur
As a first step he has approved riculum, a case work conference
a plan to consolidate all the agen has been organized. This confer-
cies dealing with war veterans and once will meet every two weeks for
their dependents and will ask the students enrolled in field work and
sanction of Congress for it at the in the course of case work. At each
opening of the regular session two meeting one or more cases will be
weeks hence. presented for discussion and in
Chief among these agencies are'Jtprettioro
the Veterans' Bureau, now fun _terpretation.
tioning as an independent estab- This conference met for the first
lishment; the Pension Office, ad- time Friday night in Room 104 of
,ministered by the Interior Depart- the Economics building. At this l
ment; the National Home for Dis- time Mrs. Boynton, of the Family
abled Volunteers, another separate Welfare Iureau of Ann Arbor, pre
establishment, and the hospitaliza- sented a case which has been be-
tion division of the Public Health fore the bureau for several years.
Service. At the next meeting, one of thi
The consolidation is expected to Detroit social workers will present
Jring about, a saving of several mil- ! a case for discussion. The organiza-
lion, of dollars in administration tion of this conference is under the
and hospitalization costs alone and general charge of Mrs. Alice W.
to simplify the work of dealing with Remer, field supervisor for the de-
the veterans and their dependents. partment of sociology.

Associated Press Photo
valid life of Robert Farr, 8, of Iowa
faet from President Hoover. He met
was on his campaign tour in Iowa
cover telling how much he enjoyed
!y.
Yduth and Religion
of Tolstoy Will be
Subject of Lecturel
Lecturing on Count Leo Tolsty's
book, "My Confessions," Professorl
J. H. Muyskens of the Department
of general linguistics yesterdayl
gave a short preview of his lecture,
to be given at 4:15 o'clock Fridayj
in Room 231, Angell hall.'
In siowing influences leading up
to Tolstoy's autobiography, Profes-
sor Muyskens will review famous
autob ographies of .St. Augustine,
Rousseau, Goethe, and Benjamin
Franklin. The two periods in Tol-
stoy's life will next be discussed.
This includes the writer's reckless
youth, and his subsequent conver=
sion to a religion of simplicity. Tht
entire lecture, according to Profes-
sor Muyskens, will be a "biologicall
evaluation" of Tolstoy, as depicted
by his confessions.
Goud-mrt to End Tour;
to Return Here Friday
I Prof .R A G d~.rliz tof thoI

s des-on sale.
Dr. Julius H. Hess, professor of gr_
pediatrics at the University of Illi- This will be the third time in
nois, will address the meeting on roessor iai Speaks three years that Browne has spok-
"The Nutritional and Digestive at eeting ofSiety en at Michigan. Browne definitely
Disorders of Infancy and Child- -bh sur
hood" after its opening Tuesday iProf. BHll f h established his replutatfion hore as
morning under the auspice of the R. B. Hall, of the geography a speaker in a campus lecture last
University medical school and th, department, spoke before the reg- year on comparative religions. His
Michogan State Medical society. tlar montldy assembly or the Geo- subject this year will include a re-
His lecture will cover data on the logical and Geographical Journal -,.I view of present conditions in the
feeding of the normal child, the society at 8 o'clock last night in Assocratl ra a"'o I literary life of America, and an ex-
nervous, colic, irritable and hyper- rooE n 2054, Naituri>al Science bu'ld. E Arlimdon !binson amination of trends in the nation's
tonic infant, and on other ailments ing. His subject, which was illus- Author of "Tristam", who was political and social thought.
peculiar to early childhood. trated with slides, was "Land Sys- awarded the American Institute of Mr. Browne's rise in the literary
A demonstration on the teaching tems in Japan." ' Arts and Letters gold medal for world has bees unusuallyirapid.
of diet will be conducted by Frances The combined meeting of the poetry. Mr. Robinson has long beenAldhg beel unsa, rapids
Floore, of the medical school die- geologicalLind geographical depart- considered by leading critics as been writing for only a few years.
tec division at noon, iments occurs once a month with showing genius favorably compar- His first works, "Stranger Than
The afternoon session begins the geology journalists gathering able to that of any other modern Fiction" and "This Believing
with a discussion on "The Preven- each fortnight as well. Last night's poet. He is the author of mary World" achieved quick success.
tion of Contagious Diseases of Chil- assembly was the third of the 1929- other poems beside his famous These writings were followed by
dren," by Dr. Guy L. Kiefer, of the 30 series. "T"ristam""That Man Heine," and his latest
state health department. ---- --..-__--____-_-book, "The Graphic Bible."
Dr. David M. Cowie will conducte Browne make annual trips,
physical examinations of the chl- I Nichols Claims Reign of Lonoest Market speaking at universities through-
dren and give demonstrations. out the country. He is speaking this
Skin Conditions of Infancy," and, in HistoryEnded With Crash ofExchange year at Illinois, Ohio State, and
"Nephritis and Allied Conditions" West Virginia universities, as well
are the subjects to be discussed by
!Dr. Udo J. Wile, and Dr. Moses (sefic;, o The Daily) prices. ptf w me a s h
Copertc epciey All the AUSTIN, Texas, Nov. 20- "The "Except for a fewmiosebc,
erstockrespectively. he AUeTT ,N .2stocks advanced steadily from early Repair Slips Groping
men are members of the hospital longest bull market in the history in 1924 and reached a high for all For Several Cables
jstaff.I of the country finally ended in a time in the first part of September _____'rC'
Numerous demonstrations of the crash," Bervard Nichols, editor of ti year," Mr. Nichols said.Teb.l
various blood tests will concludeIthe Texas Business Review, issued NEW YORK, Nov. 20.-Six cable
the meeting.'I monthly by the Bureau of Business market then declined slowly for th repair ships were groping the ed
. - -Research at the.University of Tex- of the North Atlantic off the.coast
RE C D OaR,'said in a recent review of stock frs ree weeks ofaOctober on of Nova Scotia today for cables
knFRENCH DO HO O Mnd to crash in the final week of theyboynth rh-
TEmonth. Exchanges were demoral- roken aong M ybytheearth-
TO S L IR D AD W wpprCommends ized as selling orders poured in and 'quake along the seaboard.
! +CJS3pEr Y m ed ngope poeni Ten or more of the connections
(fly As ~~~. ~~ ~ Fi~~~ stocks were dumped overboard with Tno oeo h oncin
try Associa Pretss> ' Fine Work of BrumM no regard to price. The orgy of between America and Europe were
CHERBOURG, France, Nov. 20.-- selling ended ith the trading in severed by the upheaval among the
The last military honors in Europe I The Grand Ledge "Independent" of nearly 16,000000 shares in one hills and valleys of the ocean's
were paid Tuesday night to the says in a recent editorial comment- session, a record almost unbelieva- floor.
bodies of 75 American soldiers who I ing on the work of the University ble.
died in Russia and are now home- Press Club and on the work of Prof. "Six of the seven industrials c'om- The population of the Roman
ward bound aboard the steamship Ij. Brumm, of the journalism de- prising the index of the Bureau of Empire at the time of Christ has
President Roosevelt. partment, tlhat "Prof. J. L. Brumm, Business Research declined and beene__matedat_7_,___,_0_.
The French government was rep- who is known to the Grand Ledge one advanced slightly during Octo-
resented by Pierre Berlandi in be- public through his address to the ber, resulting in a loss of eight
half of the minister of pensions ! graduating class here a year ago, points in the index. The index av- MONEY PAID
and officers of the French army. as head of the journalistic de- eraged 261 in October, against 269
Samuel Wiley, American consul, FRIRA E
thankedWheyAerncapartment, is doing a fine bit of in September and 257 in October, FOR TRAVEL
thanked the French government work in professionalizing the lit- 1927. The rail index also declined
Sfor the courtesy it has shown. A erary depart-nents of the present eight points during October and EXPERIENCES
squad of French soldiers gave a day newspaper." stood at 230.
farewell salute as the President C OLLEGE U M O R is
Roosevelt cleared away. A heavy sd will pay regular space
I sea was running when the ship left. O rates for travel articles from col-
Eleven bodies of the 86 recov- NOW jflNOWls op rave youcbsenoin
ered and brought here from Rus- SHOWING SHOWING j the West-on 'a dude ranch, in
sia will be buried in France in an 1 11 the mountains or at any of our
l American war dead cemetery.- nationa~l parks? Have .you 'gonie.

I

1

.

' . u . 0 .u smi. U U 1L, o L
physics department, will retui
Friday from giving a series of let
tu: es at the University of Toront
and at Queens University at Kini
ston during this week. He is let
turing on his research work
spectroscopic theory done in ti
department here.

. I

Y-

P

thi
progr
plea se
i f

; +,
:
, t -
! %
k

AGoad Detroit
Hotel
Right downtowin elosqe to alt
oCf let roid s *agt;Vit it c; Witih t
"1C 1)alife n[) plser t l Ie'
of aill- the Yates aN, 6w
.Special Rakes to Alichigau Studecn is
116ger t. Nlanwaring, (1922 Law)
WIllam C. TLee, .an 4roa
"Your Ifore Atray FrontIHome"

1i

,1

. . a

4

NOW PLAYING
The Living Screen Presents

t,

I somertli
wire
The New
Show World!

hin
1u

the world famous
radio and record
star
in person
hear the crooning star of
"golddiggers of broadway"
in his greatest hits
+ + + iR
on the screen the delightful
blonde
n anii

in case

I

I

you don't
knowv It
nick lucas
is the(
highest
salaried
entertainer
en tour-
which
means
nothing
excepting
that we're
spending
plenty to

at the LEAGUE BUVILDING
Dinner will be served on THANKSGIVING DAY
in the Ball Room
From I to O'Cloc
Tables Reservedw-price $1.50

I*

HeartbreakiiW romance! Gay-
kty, tausic, laughter! Show lfe,
backstage and front, as it has

1,

never been shown
Gorgeous Spectacle!
throbbing act ion!

before.
f fearr-

Special attention given Groups desirin to carve
fowl at table
For details call
Mrs. Hollister. 22595 at Leandxe t Alumd

-4

p

' ; ?

'now

t

I

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan