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TUESDAY, MARCH 4, ioao

THE MICHIG*AN

DAILY

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Summer Session Offers Medley of Varied Entertain

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Radio Broadcasting Station WWJ;
oNew Fisher Building for luncheon;
ETH ;Detroit Public Library; Detroit In-,
stitute of Arts. Trip ends at 5:00
p.mAnn Arbor.
P O A:R9 SE / P YPlay. (LydiadMendels
" n'#r July 28, 5:00 p n TeMci
'TD'[flU[ gan Archaeoloia Expedition n
__ _ _ _ _ _Mesopotamia." (Illustrated). Prof.
Pla Podt~tianLeroy Waterman.
Play Production Under Wallace the Government of Great Cities," July 29, 5:00 p. m. "British Poli-
Will Present Sefies of Prof. Thomas H. Reed. J 2tips in Transition." Prof. James K.
Seven Vehicles. July 8, 5:00 p. in. "Geology of Nia- -ollock, Jr.t
gara Falls and Vicinity" (Illustrat- 8:00 P. m. Concert. Faculty of
ed), Prof. William H. Hobbs. the School of Music. (Hill Auditor-
ACULTI TO SPEAK 8:00 p. m. Concert. Faculty of the 1ium)-
School of Music. (Hill Auditorium) July 30, 1:00 p. in. Excursion No.
Parker and Sellars, Donaldson, July 9:5:00 p. in. "Recent Impres- 6 - General Motors Proving
Hobbs and Sadler t Give sions in Italy" (Illustrated). Prof. Grounds. Start in front of Angell
s a tet .Aubrey Tealdi. Hall. Round trip direct to Proving
Talks on Latest Ideas. 8:15 p. m. Play. (Lydia Mendels- Grounds and return by auto bus.
sohn Theatre) 5:00 p. m. "The Early Modern
Lectures, excursions, dramas, and July 10, 5:00 p. m. "The Function English Dictionary," Prof. Charles
diversified entertainments will con- of the Theatre in the UiAversity" C. Fries.
stitute the program which has been IProf., Chester M. Wallace, of the Many Conets. Slated.
arraniged by.Dean Edward H. Kraus Carnegie Institute of Technology. 8:15 p. m. Play (Lydia Mendels-
for the 1930 Summer Session. These! 8:15 p. m. Play (Lydia Mendels- sohn Theatre)
Will include discussions of special- sohn Theatre). July 31, 5:00 p. m. "Causes and
ized topic by local faculty and July 11. 8:30 p. m. General Re- preventions of Fires in Residences,"
professors from other universities, ception by the Faculty to the Stu (Illustrated). Gordon L. Jensen.
trips to industrial points of inter- .dents of the Summer Session. 8:15 p. m. Play. (Lydia Mendels-
est near Ann Arbor, and a series of (Michigan League Building) {sohn Theatre).
seven plays extending over the July 12, 7:45 a. m. Excursion No.! August 1, 8:15 p. m. Play. (Lydia
first weeks of the Session. 2-Ford Plant. Start in front of Mendelssohn Theatre)
This dramatic season will be pre- t Angell Hall. Trip ends at 12:15, August 2, 6:00 a. m. Excursion No.
sented by students in Play Produc- Ann Arbor. Round trip direct to 7-Put-in-Bay, Lake Erie, under the
ionf classes unler theadirection of plant and return by auto bus direction of Professor William H.
Prof. C. M. Wallace, head of the 8:15 p. M. Play (Lydia Mendels- Hobbs. Via Michigan Central to
school of dramatic art of Carnegie Sohn Theatre) Detroit and steamer to Put-in-Bay.
Institute off Technology at Pitts-"r s to Speak Return to Ann Arbor at 11 p. M.
burgh, Prof. E. W. Hickman, fellow July 14, 5:00 p. m. "Exploring the 8:15 p. ,m. Play. (Lydia Mendels-
in dramatic art at the same insti- Universe" (Illustrated). Prof. W. sohn Theatre)
tution, and Valentine B. Windt, di- Carl Rufus. August 4, 5:00 P. M. Dramatic
rector'of Play Production. July 15, 5:00 p. in.. "Greyhounds Reading, Miss Elsie Fogerty, of the
Culntral Subjects Treated. I of the Atlantic, Past, Present and Central School of Speech Training
Lectures of immediate interest Future," (Illustrated). Dean Her- and Dramatic Art, London, Eng-
include those by Prof. Dewitt H, bert A. Sadler. land. (Lydia Mendelssohn The-
Parker, 'head of the philosophy de- 8:00 p. m. Concert. Faculty of the tre).j
partment on his new theory of val- School of Music (Hill; Auditorium) 8:30 P. M. Visitors' Night at the
ues, Prof. Bruce M. Donaldson on July 16, 1:00 p. m. Excursion No. Observatory. Admission by ticket
modern sculpture, the function of 3-Ford Airport, including landing only.
the theatre in the university by fields, airdrome, and assembly. August 5, 5:00 P. M. "The
Pr fessor Wallace; Prof. Ray K. Im- Start in front 4f Angell Hall. Round Speaking of English Verse," Miss
mel of. the University of Southern trip direct to airport and return by Elsie Fogerty. (Lydia Mendelssohn
California on some experiments in auto bus. Trip ends at 4:30 p. m., Theatre).
connection with talking pictuers, Ann Arbor. 8:00 P. M. Concert. Faculty of
Prof. William H. IDobbs on various 5:00 p. m. "Some Experiments in the School of Music. (Hill Audi-
geological subjects, and others on Connection with the Talking Pic- torium).
topics concerning the sciences, and -tures." (Illustrated) Prof. Ray K. 8:30 P. M. Visitors' Night at the
phases of contemporary life. Immel, Qf the University of South- Observatory. Admission by ticket
Excursions to the Ford plant and ern California. only.
airport, to Niagara Fglls and vicin- 8:15 p. m. Play. (Lydia Mendels- August 6, 5:00 P. M. "Wind,
ity, numerous tours of Detroit's sohn Theatre) Watey, and Fire as Elements in
highlights, and trips to places of Plan Niagara Falls Trip. Music." (Illustrated). Prof. Earl
note around Ann Arbor are also in-- July 17, 5:00 p. m. "Present Move- V. Moore.
cluded on the agenda, ments in Philosophy," Prof. Roy W. 8:15 P. M. Play. (Lydia Men-
The complete calendar t for the j Sellars. - delssohn Theatre).
Summer Session follows: 8:15 p. in. play. (Lydia Mendels- 8:30 P. M. Visitors' Night at the
June 30, 5:00 p. m. "A Biologist sohn Theatre) , Observatory. Admission by ticket
Looks s.:Irnmnigration," (Illustrat- -July 18, 2:00 p. m. Excursion No. 4 only.
ed) A. Franklin Shull. -Niagara Falls and Vicinity, under August 7, 5:00 P. M. "Modern De-
July 1, 4:00 p. m. Assembly of the direction of Professor William velopments in Electric Power Gen-
Students and Faculty of the School I H. Hobbs. Via Michigan Central eration." '(Illustrated). Prof. Al-
of Education. (Auditorium of the Railroad to Detroit and steamer to fred H. Lovell.
University High School) Buffalo. Return early July 21. 8:15 P. M. Play. (Lydia Men-
To Tour Ann Arbor. 8:15 p. m. Play, (Lydia Mendels- delssohn Theatre).
5:00 p. m. "The Background of sohn Theatre) Will Inspect Jackson Prison.
Modern Sculpture," (Illustrated), .July 19, 8:15 p. m. Play. (Lydia August £, 8:30 P. M. Social Eve-
Prof. Bruce M. Donaldson.-I Mendelssohn Theatre) ning. Under the auspices of the
8:00 p. m; Concert, Faculty of the July 21, 5:00 p. m. "Recent Arch- Women's League. Open to all stu-
School of Music. (Hill Auditorium) aeological Work in Italy," Professor dents of the Summer Session. 1
July 2, 2:30 p. m. Excursion No. 1 H. A. Sanders, Director of the August 9, 7:45 A. M. Excursion
-Ann; Arbor and Vicinity. Meet on American School of Classical Stud- No. 8-Michigan State Prison,
the Libra'y steps at 2:30 p. m. Tour ies. Jackson. Party goes direct to the
of the city boulevards and river July 22, 5:00 p. m. "Moses Coit Prison by auto bus. Trip ends at
drives in automobiles furnished for Tyler, Teacher and Scholar." Dr. 12:15, Ann Arbor.
the trip. Return to the Campus for Thomas E. Casady. ( 8:15 P. M. (Lydia Mendelssohn
inspection of General Library, Cle- 8:00 p. m. Concert. Faculty of the Theatre).
aents Library, and Michigan Un- ;School of Music. (Hill Auditorium) August 11, 5:00 p. m. Subject
ion. Reservations in Room 9, Unit 'July 23, 5:00 p. m. "How Animas and Lecturer to be announced.
versity Iall. Trip ends at 4:45 p. use Their Senses," (Illustrated).j August 12, 5:00 P. M. "Cycles in
m. Prof. Jon F. Shepard. Business and Speculation." Prof.
5:00 p, m. "Classification of Val- 8;15 p. n. Play. (Lydia Mendels- Harcourt L. Caverly.
nes," Prof. DeWitt H. Parker. sohn Theatre) 6:00 P. M. Annual Banquet of
8:15 p. m. Play. (Lydia Mendel- July 24, 5:00 p. m. "Getting the the Educational Clubs of the School
ssohn Theatre)j Facts about Crime," Prof. A. E. of Education. (Michigan Union).
July 3, 5:00 p. m. "Light and the Wood. 8:00 P. M. Concert. Faculty of
Vitamins." Prof. Howard B. Lewis. :15 p. in. Play (Lydia Mendels-! the School of Music. (Hill Audi-
8:15 p. m. Play. (Lydia Mendels- sohn Theatre) torium).
sohn Theatre) July 25, 8:15 p. m. Play (Lydia August 13, 5:00 P. M. "Music
July 6, 8:15 p. m. Play (Ly- 'Mendelssohn Theatre) Among the Greeks and Romans."
dia Mendelssohn Theatre) July 26, 8:00 a. m. Excursion No. 5 (Illustrated). Prof. Bruno Mei-
July 7, 5:00 p. in. "Problems in -Detroit News Building, including J necke.

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FIGURES OF WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON, PORTION
OF MEMORIAL GROUP, WILL BE DEDICATED JULY 4
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Two figures of the Mt. Rushmore memorial, Washington and Jefferson, will be dedicated July 4. Wash-
ington's head already has been outlined (above). Workmen (lower left) are shown climbing to drill on the
mountain. Model of Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln figures (lower right) has been prepared by Gut-
zon Borgium (inset).-

CASE CLUB NEfI W

Rubin, Biefield, Orth, Spencer
Receive Decisions When
Setni-Finals Close.
FINAL WINNERS GET $100
Results of the hearings of cases
in the semi-final round for junior
members of the Law school Case
clubs were announc'ed yesterday by
Prof. E. Blythe Stason, faculty
advisor. The winners of the semi-
finals will argue a new case as the
leading feature of Founders' day
which will be observed the last of
this month at the Lawyers' club.
Maxwell L. Rubin, '31L, and Har-
vey Bielfield, '31L, representing the
Marshall club, won their case over
Ford R. Sargent, '31L, and Carl L.
Carlson, '31L, of the Kent club.
Jesse R. Orth, '31L, and James H.
Spencer, '31L, of the Holmes club,
received a decision over Charles
Vandervoort, 131L, and Lewis D.
Wilson, '31L, of the Story club.
Judges in the first trial were
Prof. E. Blythe Stason, Prof. Burke
;Shartel, and Prof. E. D. Dickinson,
and for the second, Prof. Paul A.
Leidy, Prof. John B. Waite, and
Prof. John P. Dawson.
The winning pair in the finals
will receive $100, while $50 will go
to the other competing team.
BOK AWARD GIVEN
TO WESTINGHOUSE
The Harvard Award, consisting of
a certificate and a cash prize of
$2,000, was awarded to the.Westing-
house Electric and Manufacturing
Company. It was established by
Edward W. Bok, late philanthro-
pis n publicist of Philadelphia.
In establishing this award it was
the belief that it would stimulate
excellence in the planning and exe-
cution of institutional advertising.
The Westinghouse advertisements
consisted of a series of twenty ad-
vertisements, nearly all of which
were full newspaper page in. size.
Although the advertisements were
in, a simple form they brought out
the importance of light and power
,being used in every community.

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News From C
INDIANA UNIVERSITY- James
B. Nelson, University of MichiganI
alumnus and wealthy Indianapolis
laundry owner, presented Indiana
university wit a gift of $200,000 for,
the endowment of a chair of phi-
losophy at' the Hoosier school. The
'donor graduated from the Univer-:
sity of Michigan Law School after
I attending the Academy of DePauw
and DePauw university.
WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY-Wis-
consin's long dreamed of *field house
is now nearing completion and will
be dedicated at an inter-sectional{
basketball game between Pennsyl-
vania and Wisconsin, in December,
it was announced by the Athletic
council after an eight hour busi-
ness session Wednesday night. The
structure is to be erected at Camp
Randall.
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-
Faculty control for fraternities and
sororities will be considered at the
next meeting of the Wisconsin
board of regents, according to re-
ports. The rumor has appeared
since an investigation disclosed the
tottering financial structure of 91
campus organizations. It is said
that only 15 of the societies are able
to- maintain a $1,000 surplus, and
only five can meet debtors credi-
tably.
8:15 P. M. Play. (Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre).
August 14, 5:00 P. M. "Animals
of the Geologic Past." (Illustrat-
- ed). ' Prof. Russell C. Hussey.
8:15 P. M.- Play. (Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre).
August 15, 8:15 P. M. Play.
(Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre).
August 16, 8:15 P. M. Play.
(Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre).
hesair a i

)ther Colleges

PURDUE DEFEATS
MICHIGAN, 44-28

(Contihued From Page i)
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON dropped in a dog shot in the first
-Freshman women will be in- 25 seconds of the second period.
structed as to formal apparel and Chapman scored a pair of baskets,
will learn how to act formally so- Weiss dropped in a gratis throw,
phisticated at a meeting sponsored i and Lovell tallied on a one-hand-
by the Y. W. C. A. which will bring ed shot to make the Wolverines
a noted stylist to address the fresh- only 10 points behind. Purdue came
man commission. when Murphy registered three field
goals in rapid order and Wooden
FINDLAY COLLEGE-Boys who made good on two free throws.
dress neatly, are athletic, honor With the score 37-23, the teams
their parents, and are not addicted Wthnte scor P72,te ams
to promiscuous necking are the ' alternated in scoring, Purdue al-
ideals which Findlay college co-eds ways retaining at least a 14 point
are seeking, according to the re- advantage. Harmeson featured the
suits of a recent survey conducted later play when he dribbled the
by the undergraduate president of length of the floor to score on a
the Y. W. C. A. dog shot.

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tMeinholtz, the

Times Wants You

F RED E. MEINHOLTZ of the New York Tihes
sat in his home on Long Island, listening-in on
a radio press dispatch from the Byrd expedition.
Someone on the Times staff wanted to reach
Meinholtz on his home phone. And quickly! But
the receiver there happened to be off the hook.
Radio science was equal to the occasion. The Times
radio operator sent a request to the fur-clad oper-
ator at the other end of the world. And Meinholtz
was quickly made aware of the situation by a radio
message from Antarctica saying: "Meinholtz, the
Times wants you to hang up your receiver so that

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