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December 15, 1929 - Image 3

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SNTCOMT[EGrundy' Takes Senatorial Oath of Office ti [ATR S['SGEOGRAPHY POESRGVSTL I
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I A- I E a T ED N S_1_ITTereaeDthee LtemHt It SaIes "Thyare uarassthreengattemptsorc at StateindvidTheyhihapilaoetcasthmselelivwo prparSixin (
should bc considered in discuss- the dead for burial. Although abol this ye
' Architectural Lobby Displays 111g the problem of "East and West." idled by law it will probably be an- ! Sta
SH TT C A F IR f eni Dains stated Prof. Robrt hal o th oter entryor two before. they a s
Shatuk EplyedbyHooerNewYok Shol. Geography department inl an illus- Scenes. of particular, eauty us- lie su
asHs esoa Atrny'.y..::y.::: _(__trated lecture on Japan given at ons peculiar to the Japanese, mcli by ea
WINTERSa ttrny > meeting of the Ann Arbor branch :odd articles of dress were soni.1trr
I CONTRIBUTES athe seis of slies which accom-Mihg
Through Friendship. ~ of thie American' Assoiation~ of thIetre e assre icitee
An exhibition of pencil drawings University Women Saturday after- !folwnthta.tfc
WITNESS ADMITS ERROR by members of the facutly of the noon in the Lydia Mendelsohn9 At a short bousiess meeting pre- jscolar;
GrnnC.ra.cho"o.rt e theatre. "There are the system of!'eig e
Preidet oovr Sggste I Yrksn owenraSonslofAy rt, New ndJpa.oretigt1 i-ceding, presided over by Mrs. Louis, ball in
building ividual in the famcily, the system,. to supmrt the' Inlander in bring- Rhoes
Solution to Senator Smoot F r} by of the Architectural buldng of India, orienting the individual ,iaS.Vicn ily ee o
and Shattuck. Among the contributors is Ezra in the universe, and there is the j asas announec that rDuc'
(By ssoiatc Prs.)Winters, of Traverse City. Winters western systems, orienting the indi- Fred Bilck, hea d ofethepubliity dains
(By Assc~atcc Presowill be remembered as the artist vidual in the nation."1dars
WAHNTNyDc.4Iqur Aoutemrldeitn i-cpoiss Teiprtneo hefml d epartm.ent of the Ford plant in The sc]
WAHNGODe.1-I ir fth ualdpctingtepors h motneo h aiyc Terit will be the speaker for Jan-' elude'
ing further into the relations be- l of the state of Michigan which Japan was further chits , ' vi-
tween Edwin P. Shattuck and the J~.., adorns the lobby of the new Union when Professor Hal menu~dT~4ay ______
CuaC. h eaeLbyCr-Trust building in Detroit,. "three great obediences" {ofd%' e
mittee learned Friday that, hei While a student at the Chicago ~aaeewmn oprnsi e
probably would be paid about $75,- Academy of Fine Arts, Winters was youth, to husbanid in middle lifeHr T i MsersV
000 in view of his prominence "and' awarded the Prix de Rome, a prize and to children in old age FoimneIHakT HiMstrsV
hi itmaywihPrsdetHo-given annually for the best paint-; family discipline of the ci imial T UNIVERSITY
vr"igcoefrmtoesbitdwsasnoe.Shattuck was employed by H. C. . by art students from all over the "Japan is not looking for outside(T ® For Ever'
Lakin, president of the Cuba Co.,r United States. difficulties," said Professor Hal.
to advocate a low duty on sugar in Ten of the drawings in the col-)Then 1-i went into to discuss some
the pending tariff bill. lectioni of 50 are by Winters. They of her more serious internal pob- 1 Radios:-
The $75,000 was mentioned in a include three studies in th-i nude, len-s such as the agrarian prblem, Majstic, Victor, Cro
letter Lakin wrote to Veriato Cut- two studies of pirate. heads, n the westernization of the younger Lowest Pao:
terrez, of the Presidential Palace. study of a girl's head, and four generation, and the industrial con- !t TERMS BldinKhl & Ca
Havana, last March, whichxatt Associated Press PhLoto acr iedsgsfo uas"h nlea r ru, lywhil
rawhlLaiwaawins. After three hours of harsh discussion over his right to a seat in j continued he, "which constitute! - Orchestral Instrumezi
Lakin has told the committee the United States Senate, Joseph R. Grundy, (right) of Pennsylvania, Other artists whose works are much. the same problem to. Japanr! you____pay. _ Victor, Columbia, Brun
that Shattuck,, who was Hoover's~ advanced to the rostrum and tooks oath. of office. Hie is shown with part of the exhibition are Edmund Rcords
personal attorney, was employed Senator David A. Reed, of Pennsylvania.. The seating of Grundy ends Gacn h a oesxsece stengosd oteUie
patybcueo i redhpatwo year fight by the State of Pennsylvania to be represented inl of cathedrals and war subjects; Minnesota's three largest cities,(AS TH M S IN
with the President. Lakin said 1-icthe upper house. William Vare, Philadelphia politician, who was fsigmnadbat r h anjMinn'eapolis, St. Pau and Duluth, AS!H M SHN
believed that friendship would en- refused a seat in the Senate because of alleged shadiness in campaign theme of 5 drawings by George P., now are connected with the Atlan- 601 Bast William Street
able Shattuck to see the President funds, was replaced by Senator Grundy with the announcement early j Ennis; John R. Koopmen has con-! i ebadwt l-ae'ih
and that Hoover would have con- this week by the Governor. tributed 14. of various Subjectsfieticinhseaboard with-Frak aleil-paved higlandmWas'
Questioned Friday about the em- a "plan" proposed by President Gi be t A+1A scapes. ont-cehbt ooac o~o o~ e o o c~o o c o
ployment of Shattuck, the witness Hoe ortesgr aif akin' Ir to AttendIn commentingathexiton
4 3,id he had been m istaken in be! M roVB ha in ssst n p of s
lieving Shattuck could see the I testified that he undecrtoocl it was ; Chicago Dedication' sor of drawing and painting in ti-icidntofen'0ooe fr hesuartaA INLain S iMEoLB CainiasitatI Ces
President often. a sidng scale, but said his in- Colg ofAcietrSdI
"He can see the secretaries," he fraincm rmtenwsa think the sketches by Ezra Winters! rIST M AS V ACA l t"1Olk"
explained. fpers.D.M.om rg hed fte are worthy of note, especially the I FRT EACMM D TOVFUNVRIYO
Frequent references to Shattuck; A letter Lakin wrote to W. A. {chemistry depar tment of the Uni - study of a girl's head. Those by FRTEAC M O AINO NVRIY0
were contained in a mass of cor-i Chadbourne, Otero Manas and Pe-; versity, leaves today for Chicago to Frank Hazell are very strong, vig DENTS, RETURNING HOME FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2(
respondence read before the con- ro Rodriguez, of Havana, on Mar.i attend ti-i dedication sere~monis orous, and virile. ~ MAS VACATION, THE ANN ARBOR RAILROAD. WILL
mittee, which was obtained by a'15, said:__________
committee investigator from La- Clisdetntovihsoannao h Gog HretJoe a Iowa, now has five water-
kin's files, direct hand. He has already sug- oratory for advanced research work !. intohsfoseton, Ics TECTING ALL TOLEDO CONNECTIONS:
Ini a letter to President Machado, gested a possible solution to Sen- in chemistry, at the University ofI than when only horse drawn e-si Lv. Ann Arbor 9:58ai.(~. v n ro
of Cuba, March 15, Lakin said theI ator Smoot and to Mr. Shattuck. hi8es were on Clintonnstreets
"connection" of Shattuck withI The latter has been working about Chicago. ___swr a lno sres ___ Ar. Toledo 12:35 p.m., (e.t.) A. Toledo 4:,
President Hoover "is our strongest three weeks on the suggesltion and NORTHBOUND TRAIN SERVICE
weapon except your efforts and Senator Smoot about a month, but
those of your amba ssador." nothing definite has yet resulted." r rA ,- OTYVI~ Northbound Trains Nos. 51 and 53 leave Ann Arbor, 8:05
The day before. Lakin wrote toI In the letter to Machado, Lakin I anon~d, Watches, Cloaks, J~ ry 1 5:06 p. mn. (C.T.) respectively, connectingwti Grand Trunk, M
Henry Walter, of Palm Beach, !Said Chairman Smoot of the Sen- 1
president of the Atlantic Coast b ate Finance Committee and Shat-Grd Perc Marquette for all principal destinations in Lower and Upper P
Line, that 1-i had employed Shat- I tuck had conferred with President! HighGrd Repair Service '. All trains will be provided with additional first class coaches
tuck "who for years has been lHoo- Hoover, "who has instructed them Would suggest purchase tickets and check baggage in advani
ver's personal attorney." to confer together." -- ________
"Shattuck and I spend two orj "I have obeyed your instructions ! +:[I necessary delay, and confusion at train time.
three dlays each week in Washing-' to work in co-operation with your]A N A CRAI OA
ton and he has daily access to the ambassador," the latter added. "He j N A B R ALR A
President," it added. is already on his way to Cuba. HeaH.AMilCm eclAgn
Frequent references also were ,will be able to inform you fully of H .Mls om eca gn
contained in the correspondence to j what we are doing." lS~o c o a~o o o~< o~ n = o~~o

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