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TED WEEMS' POPULAR AND WELL-KNOWN ORCHESTRA, PLAYING IN CHICAGO Forsythe Endorses
H E 2 ENOW AT GRANADA CAFE, WILL TRAVEL TO ANN ARBOR FOR 1930 J-HOP Propaganda Against
.,l {O E U HCmm unitytGasses
*i }x .Dr. W. C. Forsythe, of the Univer-
sity Health service, in speaking re- .ng
cently of the use of common drink- Si
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PRESENTS
SRICE RANQE
neering Magazine Offers
x Copies and Song Book
at Special Price.

Well-known Engineers Coming
to Ann Arbor for Fourth
Engineering Meet.
TO BROADCAST PROGRAM
Dr, oardmau, Maine President,
Will Open Conference
Friday, Jan. 30..

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Ernest P. Goodrich, author of s Y sf4g m ?
note and prominent engineer, andf
Dr. H. S. Boardman, president of.
the University of Maine, will be in
Ann Arbor to take part in theC
Fourth Michigan Engineering Con-
ference which will be held Jan. 301
and- 31, according to telegrams re-
celved yesterday.
Returned from Chinat.
Goodrich has recently, returneds
from China where he has been
working on designs for a new gov-
ernment building, and directing Ted Weems and his J-Hop Orchestra, reputed to be masters of Fletcher Henderson's orchestra will- also be featured; they are at
Dharbordconstruction p e rhythm and harmonies par excellence, will play as one of the featuiJ present playing the Roseland ballroom in New York. Both bands are
sn Friday morning when he will ebandsat the 1931 J-Hop Friday night, Feb. 4 Weems is now playing at 14-piece outfits, and will use their entire repertoires for te. local en-
spa on a "Enrinee aEuao the New Granada in Chicago, following the engagement of Guy Loin- ga et
speak on "Engineer as Educator.' bardo and his Royal Canadians. gagements.
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he propaganda against the use of EFC
ommon drinking glasses most NEW PO0IsICY IN EFFECT
e ~┬▒tily. It is a very unwisQ prac-
ce in that it affords one of the Michigan Technic, monthly pub-
,o car:i:nt wr Cf 2preading Lation of the colleges of engin-
ontagious diseases. The City Boardee and architecture, is making
f Health called lately and asked ,rm
ne to advise the students of the ' unique offer to students and fac-
act that common drinking glases 'ty this week. The six remaining
should not be used in houses where asucs of the Technic and the new
arge groups of people live." engineer's song books are being sold
Dr. Forsythe also mentioned the ' togeers songtboosecalreinof
ndiscriminate use of punch ga s together, at the special price of
t different social events of the 51.25.
Jniversity. "Sometimes glasses are The Technic has put a new policy
,sed, time and. time aai. by li f-:ita effect this year, in which each
erent people without being propr- issue is devoted to a special phase
Scleaned. Such practices should
e discontinued for the good of all," of engineering and architecture.
e said. The remaining issues for this year
______ -will be power, marijne, chemical, re-
rwu o, o e, ridiron search, and electrical numbers.
QlvusW Host at Dinner The Engineer's Song Book was
recently compiled by the Technic
Prof. John L. Brumm of the Jour- staff, and contains about 100 Mich-
nalism department, will be host to; igan songs. It was realized tkat ac-
he Gridiron club of Pontiac, a curacy was of paramount impor-
group of 60 professional, and busi- j tance in the preparation of such a
less men, at a dinner to be given book, and authentic sources were
n the Women's League building searched for in collecting the ma-
next Monday evening. These men terial, the editorssay.
meet weekly to 'discuss books and Although the special combina-
ublic'affairs. Professor Brumm is tion offer is limited to this week,
critic' for the group. wl separate copies of the Song Book
Tonight essorBrumm will!may be purchased at the Technic
speak at the onor banquet of the offices, on the third floor of the
Royal Oak high school. East Engineering building.

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most educators in the country. He L OD R
accepted the position aspresident :dTHIEME CONTRASTS1MODER N PARIS Governetlctsr
of the University of Maine follow- LL N TP S
Cgothe esigtal on ofCaren oh lT"r T STUDENT LIFE WITH THAT OF PAST ;Wisner to, Del p
Co k Little, former president of the the University
To Broadcast Program. of Paris 35 years ago is strikingly coffee or absinthe and discussed
The program of the conference +different from the life there to- their problems of studies. The life 4>rof. Chester 0. Wisler, of the
and recent information in regard AMeetin s Uper day," Prof. Hugo P. Thieme, of thesh hrf.iCheger inertent
to the meeting will be broadcast Attendspp romance languages department, de- hydraulic engineering department,
Saturday night by Dean H. C. Sad-! Penninsula Cities During clares. "In 1894, when I first at- students were more interested in has been appointed by Major Bul-
ler, 'of the engineering college, dur- Week's Trip. tended that institution, one could 1,pleasure than work. There were n lard of the War department to de-
ing the regular University weekly not work for a degree. The only j regulations for student behaviour;ard of t ar derte tode-
radio program, Prof. F. N. Menefee, iecognition of work was in the farm ? everyone lived where he pleased,; velor a Rainy river water power
general chairman of the confer- FORESTRY IS DISCUSSED of. a letter or statement of recoi- and in a most impersonal relation," and navigation policy which will be
ence, said.-mendation from the professors-- he said. satisfactory to the United States
Special entertainment for the Prof. S.. A. Alle, of the Forestry n r e o r- "Today, everything is changed.nd Canada.
ro. A.Aleonteot all were lucky enough to re- "Toayevryaingisihage
ladies has also been planned and school, has returned from a trip to ceive these letters." Mr. Thiemne, j Students have demanded that at- Ps td
will include a bridge luncheon, the upper peninsula where he had with Dean. John Effinger, of the tention be given to sports. The rDuluth to onfer with the men who r
sighteein tou, an a msica Ameican tudet lie isseDuluthare ocgonfe th rotemndwho
sightseeing tour, and a musical I spent a week attending and ad- literary college, was among the first Ame tuent e i set Tu a
tea. dsing cneec~ ocre American students to go to Paris( a model to the French youth. Tours, aewrigo h rjcadt
dressing conferences concerned ameadcof sermny. Th ttitude courses of study, and diplomas are direct further progress. The Rainy
ofstead of Germany. The attitu readily offered to foreigners. The I river is located in Minnesota and
Desin ofChurhes t * **"1""" *oet~of the -German universities at thatatreaitiysofeedt e iners.it Iforms the boundary between the
signs of huC s tion 6f n'ational forests. His trip time vas different from the French authorities of the University try to United States and Canada.
in Buildin Contest was made at the equest of the in the manner of handing out de- meet American college require-
nDisla .-ere extension division fteof the mry hgree and in treatment of foreign ments with such arrangements as One of the greatest problems fac-
eptment. d n hF st ets. ndmrthe "junior year abroad" plan, and ing Professor Wisler is to determine
I atepyHe dam . diploma from any American :summer schools. The otd spirit of the amount of water power availa-
ProfsEsor Allen first attended a university, he said, and the pay- freedom is gone. Everything is ble, and the best manner in which
Photographs and floor plans of conference of the Farm Bureau nXent of a' small fee, admitted one regulated now. to utilize it.
20- churches composing a traveling agents at Marquette. There, in be- to open and closed lectures. The
exhibit of the first annual church half of the University, he offered students occupied the traditionalLAST TIMES 2SO :S
building competition conducted in aid on work on school and com- the famous Boulevard de Saint TODAY 7:00-3:00
u by the Christian Herald Bur- munity forests. While there he at- Michel, oe would see students from
Mgelosewoudwse sudets ro
eau of Church Planning,, is now on tended the annual meeting of the every country in the world, some of
Architectural building and may beupper peninsula forest development them dressed in most bizare cos- E
seen daily throughSaturday noon. bureau, and talked to the mem- tumes.Sas indeed a ay life that.BRENTeoKELLY.
r- I aside ' life SKELLY
Because of a stipulation that only bers about the impending forestry
churches with a seating capacity of legislation now before Congress.
not more than 500 persons might The bureau endorses three major Athletic Trophies Lost
enter the competition, the plans measures embodying the Knutson
and photographs shown are, In gen- bill which provides for extensive In Eastern School Fire
eral, those of suburban and small-) planting east of the, Rockies, ext-
town churches. pansion of land for" national fo-: (By A.aiatetI Pres
Judgment was made on the basis sts, and the Englebright bill which CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jan. 15 - Two Brothers at the Mercy of a Womans
'of excellence of design, adequacy of favors the strengthing and increas- 1 Trophics of intercollegiate victor- engeance.
the building with regard to the sing offorest fre prevention equip- ics, athletic equipment ai ld the
and needs of the congregation, mrit. Harvaird locker building, adjacent Wl Skely of "'The ance of Life," Chester Morris of "Albi" and
skill in selection and use of materi- The Michigan alumni expressed to the stadium on Soldiers' Field,: Evelyn Bent of "Interference." all in one melodramatic suer featre
al ms economy of spice and conve- interest in the University's activity were destroyed by fire of undeter- with -3 great stars.
aec of plan, and on to in the upper peninsula and en- mined origin early today. The loss ____
nience of plan, and adaptation to $000
lot and orientation. couraged the enterprises sponsored. was estimated at $10-,000.
From 45 entries designed by arch-
itects from 22 states, the jury of
award selected the Methodist Epis- Hark To His Master's Voice!
copal church at Tainer, Pa., as theHSaying
reipient of ;tie first prize of $1,000. j ]HO S
Thie second prize was awarded to!1VN yE U I
e GO To UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE
the First Baptist church of Plain- For Ever thin Mudca
hield, N. J. Two other churcles y g
received first mention, and 11 were
given honorable mention. Radios:-
Beading the Jury of Award was Majestic, Victor, Crosley
Ralph Adams Cram, of Boston, Lowest ,
architect of the Cathedral of St. TERMS Pianos:-
John' the Divine, New York City, Baldwin, Koher & Campbell.
and of the new chapel at Princeton Play while Orchestral Instruments
university., you pay. Victor, Columbia, Brunswick
The other members of the jury Records
were Joseph Hudnut, of the depart-
merityof architecture, Columtbia ASK THOMAS HINSHAW, Mgr.
university; and A. F. Wickes, ad- A KT O A IS A ,M r
visory architect of the United 601 East William Street Phone 7515
Christian Missionary society of In-
dianzapolis.
According to Samuel D. Fuson, --_-~-atOO__IS
service editor of the Christian Her- __
ald, the purpose of the competition
and exhibition was "to further bet-
ter. church architecture in this
coujntry and to present in a con- I
crete, dramatic way what actually
is being done in the field of churcho w
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Making, Breath Taking Comedy
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and JAMES GLEASON ALL
From the Saturday Evening Post LAUGHING
Story, "No Brakes"
By A. W. Somerville

COMING SUNDAY
SUNNY SIDE UP"
JANET GAYNOR CHAS. FARRELL
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MASTER VIOLINIST

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Foreign Student Talks'
on Religions of China
Addressing a student audience,
Paul J. Feng, foreign University
stadent, spoke on "Religions in Chi-
na" yesterday at the Hillel Founda-
tion.
F'eng, a former resident of China,
drew his conclusions from personal
observations. "Confucianism, Tao-
ism, and Buddhism dominate Chi-
na today," he said.
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The Dramatic Genius!
Captivates a New!
In this story of sumereme Parisian
sophistication. Actually living the
last "'ord in continental love,
Supporting Miss Gartbo
CONR AD NAGEL
and
HOLMES HERBERT

f your health has been
impaired. It's a bigger
asset to you than your
education - and it's easy
to safeguarda 'Yost Will.
find that it pays to make
every breakfast include
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