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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1929

THE MICHIGAN

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BRUMMANNOUNCESArcLite to Appear
Monday; Will Carry
DAH"'TES OF'Numerous Features
Monday wiil mark the second ap-I
pearance of "The Arc-Lite" a bi-
monthly publication of the Archi-
tectural society.
New York Times Intercollegiate In addition to the usual news
articles and alumni news, the paper
Essay Tests Wil be Given will contain several features, it is
March 4. announced by Roy B. Blass,,'30A,
editor of the paper.
WILL GIVE CASH PRIZES Dr. Francis S. Onderdonk, of the
architectural school faculty has
Examinations to Cover Events contributed an article called "Sug-
During Year Preceding gestions." In it the danger of ar-
Date of Quiz. chitectural students becoming over
-engrossed in their work is stressed.
Announcement has been made by Dr. Onderdonk advises the daily
Prof. J. L. Brumm of the journalism i r~ f n

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(Continued From Page 1) j 1 UIIMVUIY L AJLII U L
some of the law 'of the countriesPo
from which they came. "Thus,'"he Public Welfare Positions Open
said, "an: attitude of criticism and to Candidates Successful in
even of disobedience to the law was
present, and rightly so, at the out- Quiz on December 21.
set. Then came pioneer conditions I -
which developed many of our vir-]WILL DO ROUTINE WORK
tues, and among them the spirit of
independence and the feeling that Civil service examiations for
each man, to a certain extent, be ;ei evc a~iacn o
and enforce his own law." j positions with the Department of
Dean Bates said that England Public Welfare of Detroit will be
and Canada were run under prac- given Saturday morning, December
tically the same laws with far less 121, in the office of the Civil Service
crimeiand explained the difference'Commission of the city.
as being due to a better attitude There are positions open for Beni-
on the part of their judges, lawyers, Trrp
and clients. or family case workers and for
"If these observations se even ap- ,junior family case workers. Senior
proximately true," he concluded, workers investigate, under super-
"it must beapparent that we can- vision, cases for charitable relief or
not greatly, improve public morale
nor the enforcementofhe law other social services. They deter-
nor he eforcmentof te la mine in a laTrge part what measures
merely by tinkering with the legal sode age antat wta
machinery." should be taken anc'start with a
Dean Bates gave his talk during minimum salary of $1,800 per year.
the intermission between the two Junior workers are apprentices.
acts of the Union Opera show,, They assist in more routine investi-
"Merrie-Go-Round" which compris- gations, at the same time receiving
ed the greater part of the program. instruction, and starting with a
A symphony orchestra, under the minimum salary of $1,500.
Idirection of Roy Langham, and a Detroit's department of Public
picked singing chorus of 25 men Welfare is a department with wide
row . t ht tniiwn, -V -..ssrs

department of the dates for the
Intercollegiate Current Events con-
test, sponsored annually by the
New York Times. The contest will
be held on March 4, and will be in
room 2023 Angell Hall. Professor
Brumm, who is chairman of the
local committee, stated that the
University of Michigan is one of the
twenty institutions of learning en-
tered in the contest. Three cash
prizes will be awarded to local con-
testants, amounting to a sum of
$200. The first award will be $150,
the second $75, and the third $25.'
The last two prizes are open to
sophomores and freshmen only.
The winning paper in the local con-
test will be submitted in competi-
tion for the intercollegiate prize ofj
$500.
The examination covers the scope
of news events during the year pre-
ceding the date of the contest, from
March 4, 1929, to March 4, 1930. It
is divided into two distinct parts
and covers a writing period of three
hours. The first section demands an
identification of names and short
answers to questions concerning
persons and events of outstanding
importance. The second part in-
cludes the writing of brief "editorial
comments",based on a choice of five
topics chosen from a group of fif-
teen. These comments are to range
between 250 to 500 words.
Last year's winner was Orasmus
M. Pearl, 133A. The second prize !
was awarded to Victor Rabinowitz,
'31, and the third award went to
Allan R. Moore, '29 Ed.
The results of a recent canvass of
the number of contestants for the
prizes in scholarships in all the col-
leges in the country show that the
New York Times competition usual-
ly heads the list. The contest was
instituted to stimulate an interest
in current events among the under-
graduates of the country. It serves
as a part of a general effort to
foster a more intelligent reading of
newspapers among college students.

* ig v 141 g g I pU4 I ankk nL xews-
papers as a means of preventing
this condition.
A humorous feature story by F.
D. Rink, '3]A, is also included. The
"Arc-Lite" is distributed free by the
Architectural society, being financ-'
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800 copies have been pr
of which will be circulat
dents, while alumni will r
rest.

A~*A V . Assooiatcd Press Photo
inted, half Above is shown the royal gallery of the House of L ords in London where the opening sessions of the five
ed to stu- power naval conference wl be held January 21. Pri me Minister MacDonald (above, left) will head thea
receive the 1 British delegation, Henry L. Stimson (below, left), se cretary of state, is the United States' chief delegate,!
Tsuneo Matsudairo (center), ambassador to London, heads the Japanese delegates and Aristide Briand
(right) will probably head the French delegation. 1

I Screen Reflections ,I

DATES FOR JUNIR
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A prominent vaudeville team there, Evelyn Brent, as the vamp,
starred in a motion picture can us- starts to work on the gullibility and Literary and Music Collegesl
ually make the audience forget that simplicity of the other partner, and Wil Continue Advance
the show has rio plot or story to very nearly succeeds in wrecking Elections Tomorrow.
speak of. "Why Bring That Up," the team. The sound effect and ___
now playing at the Majestic, not photography are excellent, and ADVISERS MUST APPROVE
only has the funniest darky team there are no jarring discords in '_I__
now going in its cast, but also is continuity or action of the picture. Classification for ,junior studentsI
Octavus Roy Cohen,aforyawri enb Versatility, in the literary college in the educa-
passes any picture of the revue type Paul Muni of the "Valiant" talkie tion school, and in the music school
we have seen in Ann Arbor this fame is appearing in person 'this will begin tomorrow morning, it is
announced by Prof. D. L. Rich, ofk
year. week at the Fox in Detroit in con- the department of physics and di-
George Moran and Charles Mack junction with the first showing of rector of classification.
have proved that they are not only "Seven Faces," his second Movie- Students in the literary college
ny and victroa recoas but he tone production, in which he por- and music school should first call
demonstrated their ability as ac- trays seven different characters. at room 4, University hall, for
deosr Thewd gsi their iiya act-____________ sheets of direction, election blanks, l
tars. The few old gags in their act and class cards, it is announced.
haly been made over so as toanbe Prof. Wood to Attend hose enrolledin the education
hadyrcgiedbIhi as school are to obtain the necessary
while their new presentations have Dedication at Chicago blanks at room 105, Tappan hall.i
been received uproariously by stu- Approval of one of the specified:
dent audiences. -Evelyn Brent has faculty advisers must be attached i
been admkirably cast as a hard- Prof. Arthur E. Wood, of the de- to these clection blanks before they
boiled, chorus girl, gold-digger partment of Sociology, leaves next are returned, properly filled out, to
while Harry Green carries off his week for Chicago. While there he the Registrar's office, room 4,Uni-
dialect part pretty well. ill attend the dedication of the versity hall.
The story concern two vaudeville I new Social Science Research build- Advance classification of soph.o-
men who, through the- brains of ing at the University of Chicago, in more students is expected to begin
one, make their way to Broadway the capacity of department repre- before the Christmas holiday, Pro-
after five years of hard work. Once sentative from this University. fessor Rich said.
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pening of
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i casttbeu w aG are expected to [powers. In times of business stress
DrĀ«""O e be the most popular numbers of Elit takes care of eighty percent of
Dr. Brown Will hOpen e show. the relief work in the city.
Medical Talk Series nrru E ri ri~rnmi i r i im tr 2
First of a series of four lectures, Rev. Frank G avin, s
sponsored by Alpha Omega Alpha,
honorary medical fraternity, will - Professor Ecclesiastical History, General
be given at 8:00 o'clock Wednesday w Theological Seminary, New York
night in Natural Science auditori-
um. TANRE'EPCPALCURH
Dr. Lawrason Brown, trustee and,= ST. ANDREW'S EPISCOPAL.CHURCH
chairman of the staff of consulting This Sunday at 1. O'clock
physicians of Trudeau sanatorium
at Saranac Lake, New York, will = -yB
speak on "Recent Developments "hristianity 'Outgrown the Bible"
and Treatment of Pulmonary Tu-
berculosis." Harris Hall after regular Student Supper at 6:30
The lecture is open to the general;-
public. "Are Sacraments Magic"
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF "_lilliNilliill__ll_ illi
DALCROZE EURYTHMICS
Modern Education in_ _ _ _______
RHYTHM
MOVEMENT =%RE FOR Y U
MUSIC
Bodily Technique, Plastic Movement,
Solfege, Improvisation, Piano, I
Composition.
NORMAL TRAININGCj
Dalcroze Certificate Provides
New Profession for College and
Music Students ________________
Boolet' on Request
PAUL BOEPPLE, Director
9 East 59th St., New York SU ITS I
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