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THE PMICIGIAN

D)AITL'Y

ISMS NESA.Y, T AR~M.Y 22, 1930

T [],ATKS:JAIL FOR kEducation Club to Discuss New Correlatedl
LIQUOR BUYERSI Educational Course at Meeting This Evening
ATiNDiscussing the topic of the new Van Krimpen, and Ivan Stewart.
110 corr elated course in education, the
0 Men's Education club is to meet to- They Wi1il demonstrate the course
night at 7:15 o'clock in room 304 which is made up of materials tak-
er 1-YE R PAN~of the Union. en and correlated from the works
-entwThe new course that is to be the of many famous specialists in the
subject of the meeting is the first study of education and adminis-
Alumni Association Heads Will of its sort to be given in the coun- tercd by professors of the educa-j
try and has so far been an emi- tion school. All men on the cam-!
Visit South and. East to nently successful experiment. pus are welcome to attend, and it
Organize Alumni. At the meeting tonight the men # is expected that the meeting will;
enrolled in the course will present prove of special value to those who
TO SEEK FINANCIAL AID a program showing the nature of intend enrolling in the course next
T EA the course. The participants are year when it is to be offered, begin-
Presdent Ruthven Will Speak at Leo West, J. Foster Moore, John ning in February.
Special Meeting to be Held T ahr' esos
in New York City. . q T1_', ,NI-FRT 'Pen_ ion-

MATHENY NAMED
FOR HERO AWARD

National Department i SURGEONS FIND
Issues Labor Report CANCER SERUM
(fly Xsociatcd Press) _____
WASHINGTON, Jan. 21.-Presi- Bv Associated I
dent Hoover said today that the de- SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 21.-Dis-
partment of labor had reported for covery of two San Francisco sur-
the first time since the stock mar- geons of what they call a "cancer-
I crash that the tide of employ- killing serum" was disclosed today
ment had changed in the right di- when it became known that medi-
'.etion. 1 cal agencies of the University of
The chief executive said reports California have decided to co-oper-
for the last week showed tl4t em- ate in further experiments with the
ploynent was on the increase and substance.
su")t.ntially so. I The oriainators, Dr Walter Ber-
"There lias be-en a distinct in- nard Coffey, chief surgeon of the
,ease in cmployment all over the Southern Pacific hospital here, and
country within the last ten days," Dr. John D. Humber, his colleague,
President Hoover asserted. "The specified that the serum was not to
tide of employment all over the be regarded as a cancer cure, but
country has changed in the right asserted that it was able to kill
direction." cancerous tissues.

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An intensive drive to organize the
University of Michigan alumni into
a 'national body that will actively
support the 10-Year Alumni Asso-

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(By Associated Pres")
III ASSEMBOLE HERE B A
LANSING, Jan 21.-Teachers
who have spent most of their lives

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SHOWING

WUERTH

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Ciation plan for the University will !_. L ere 'i'"PFourthL Enginering Conerence .' s
be the express purpose of E. J. Ot-I John G. iicilards, jd D in the public school service of the Cardington North Dakota, who
taway, president of the Alumni as- Govrnor of South Carolina, who; p to rawe state must be taken care of, Go. was selected for the Cheney awari
soiatlon, and- T. Hawley Tapping, !recent' urged his legislature to! 1200 Delegates.j Fred W. Green told the special for 1929 by Major-eeral FO cht.,,
general secretary of the associa- make the rum buyer equally legislative commission studying the chief of army air corps. He saved
tson, in beginning an extensive guilty with the seller. He also TO CONVENE JAN. 30,31 teacher's retirement fund problem his co-pilot from the blazing
itinerary on Jan. 29 throughout wants a jail sentence for second heTOi CetVEmentfun30pb himwreckage of a plane in Nicaragua.
the south and east portions of the offenders. Twelve hundred engineers from Monday.
country. throughout the state and engineer- The commission, which is headed AUTHOR OF M ANY
This trip, by which the Alumi ADULT EDUCATION ing students are expected to attend I by Senator Charles W. Sink of An
cial bakn'o herrec ICCUAO O TIAC te nvestywcIoneesb eor Cale . ik onnSONG Ii TS IS DEA
association hopes to promote fna- C Uthe Fourth Engineering conferenceArbor, planned to try and work out SO
cial basking poftheir projetC, . wi -of the University which convenes
extend from January 29 to .Feb- HOLDS M E E T ING here January 30 and 31, said Prof. recommendations to the next leg(s- By Assct Prs
ruary 18; during this time Mr. Ot- _____ F. N. Menefee, general chairman, lature in line with the governor's NEW YORK, Jan. 21.-Will Cobb,
taway and Mr. Tapping will hold Ltrr yesterday. I.recommendation. The governor as- author of many song hits iin the
organization meetings in important es. G ro. Balsm. Two hudred fifty engineers have i serted that whether the commission "rag time days," died Monday in
cities of Florida, Georgia, Pennsyl- Pres. Ruthven Prof. Brum. already paid their registration fees, 8dvocates a new scheme of retire- the Metropolitan State Hospital on
vania, New York, and in Washing- according to information receivedac
ton, D. C. A special alumni meet- Thirty-five members of the Pon- from E. L. Brandt of Detroit, secre- rnent fund resources, involving Ward's Island. He was 5 years
ing in New York City, at which tiac Gridiron club met with their tary of the conference. Registra- state aid, or decides the fund should old.
Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven, presi- instructor and critic, Prof. J. L. tions are being received every day, be abolished entirely, these teach- Born in Philadelphia, he attend-
dent of the University, Regent Brumin, at the Women's League and when the conference opens the 'ers who have given their best years ed public schools there and at an
Ralph Stone,. Ottaway, and Tap- building Monday night for dinner committee expects the. attendance to teaching and now are unable toer
ping will be in attendance and on and one of their usual programs of one of the largestgroups in the turn elsewhere for a livelihood early age began writing song
thze. speaking program, will culmi- President Alexander Grant Ruth- history of the organization. should be compensated. "lyrics.
nate the three-week period of ven and Mrs. Ruthven were the I Student registration in, the En- _________-____________________
work on alumni relations. guests of honor. gineering college was started yes-
Ottaway and Tapping lan the President Ruthven made a short terday morning under the direction
Florida trip as the first leg of their talk welcoming the group to the of Raymond C. Daly, '30E. Daly
journey; points of destination will University and commending their expects approximately 600 engi- I
be West Palm Beach, St. Peters- enterprise in carrying on studies neering students to register before
burg, Tampa, Miami, and Jackson- in the interests of adult education. ! the conference opens. Registration
ville. The latter four of these cit- The program consisted in the I will continue today on the second
ies will be surveyed as to the pos- ,reading of a play by Profesor floor of West Engineering building,
sibilities of organizing bianch IBrumm and a discussion of it by and will be resumed next week forR SIS
alumni clubs, as nothing of that the visitors. Members of the club one day. The date will be an-RUSSIAN PIANIST
nature now exists although the cit- arrived in Ann Arbor at 3 o'clock nounced later. in
ies boast a large number of Mich- and were taken on a sight-seeing G. C. Dillman, state highwayCI
igan alumni. Providing a large Itour about the University. commissioner, will bring 50 men CHORAL UNION SERIES
enough number can be enlisted, Members of the club consist of from Michigan State college to at-
steps will be taken to connect these profesional and business men of tend the meeting. Various letters
active Florida alumni with the na- Pontiac who meet every Monday asking' for information concerning
night for dinner and discussion of 1 the conference, are being received, :
At WestPsome previously assigned book or I and the radio announcement made
alumni club was organized two topic. The perusal of the book last Saturday evening has greatly
years ago, Tapping and Ottaway topic occupies three hours of the stimulated the interest. It is prob-
will discuss the 10-year alumni pro- evein pable that a group of students from
gram. Professor Brumm makes out a the Bay City Junior college will be
Fanta, the Alumni Association rep- program at the beginning of the A r r.
resentatives will separate, TappingN Tyear-and pesides at such meetisn Some of I<
going to Washington, D. C., andI as are outlined in the program. CONSTANTINOPLE
Ottaway to Philadelphia. Financial The reading and study is not car- Turkey's new "democrats" are urg-
spotfrteUiestw i e ed on for credit in the Univer-t ing pariament to legislate against xj,
8upport for the University will be word "palace." Such a wrd, they
sought at the meetings of Michi- ity. Many of the members are word "a lace Such a ngrte
gan alumni clubs in these cities. graduates of colleges and are iden- of a democratic peoile thelanguage
On Frniday, February 13, alumni tified with the group primarily for
activities will reach a climax at the the purpose of keeping mentally
New York City annual banquet of alert and intellectually interested
the ,National Association. Ottaway in current books and world affairs. -
and Tapping will reunite itineraries w
there to compare results; Dr Ruth- {visitations to the eastern clubs willf
ven, and Regent Stone will travel close on February 17, and Tapping
from Ann Arbor to take a plae in rni will return to Ann Arbor on the Just Five Minutes from the

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L ENOR E ULRIC-LOUIS WOL HEIM
EL BRENDEL
THE SWEDE OJ
COCK EYED WORLD
SUNNY SIDE UP
IN
A Story of the Yukon Gold Rush
LENORE ULIlC SINGS "THE RIGHT KIND OF MAN"
EL BRENDEL MAKES YOU HOWL WITH HIS COMEDY

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t. Nght, Jan. 25
hERE IT IS!-TIE PLAY FOR ALL HUMANITY!
GILBERT MILU.R (by arrangemcnt
wrth MAURICE BROWNE) Presents

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A vivid and sympathetic glimpse into a phase of the
World War that no other play has ever accomplished
Direct From Chicago-in Addition, Now Being Played in New York,
London, Paris, Berlin, Stockholm, Canadian and American Cites, and
Productions Beinx Made to "Cover the Potsr;Pointisof tho Globe.:
Prices: Lower Floor $3.00
Balcony: $2.50-$2.00-$1. 50
SEATS NOW SELLING
Box office now open Daily from 1 to 5 p.

m.

1Positively Last Times Tonight!

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the speaking program. The key- following day.
note of the gathering will be a
further outlining of plans for the UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS.-Se-
I0-year program. From New York, I niors in the drawing and painting
Secretary Tapping will continue his department here are starting a tra- 3
speaking tour alone, traveling to dition by wearing blue berets with
alumni clubs in Albany, Utica, 1 their class numerals painted in red
R.bchester, and Buffalo. Official on the sides.

Campus.
SHOWING ONLY
Tie Rest Talking
and Sound Pictures.
Come in any Matinec or
Night. A good varied
Program always.

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Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor
Friday, Jan. 31, 8:15
Tickets-$1.50, $2.00, $2.50
at School of Music

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Admission
Matinee
10 and25c.

Night
1 :and-35c

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The .Living Screen Presents
STARTING TODAY
A Classic from the story by
RICHARD CONNELL

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YOU'LL agree that Pep Bran Flakes are
better the very first time you try them.
Order them at your campus cafeteria
or at the fraternity restaurant. These
better bran flakes bring you the nourish-
ment of wheat. Just enough bran to
make them mildly laxative.
And how crisp they are! Eat them
with milk and cream. A perfect food
any time. You'll agree at the first taste
these bran flakes made by Kellogg of
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The most popular cereals served
in the dining-rooms of American
colleges, eating clubs and fra-
ternities are. made by Kellogg
in Battle Creek. They include
ALL-BRAN, Pep Bran Flakes, Rice
Krispies, Krumbles, Corn Flakes
and Kellogg's Shredded Whole

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