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DA 117

WILL O TLK OETE - TRaAtINS C R9turefMemorial by uly
AM RIA POTY%.*~~Amnsrto oreOfr Lincoln, Roosevelt Figurs a
AIC POETRY' !a 'i Fit~v ,History to Complete Desig


Survivors of All-Winter Dance
Will be Called to Court
t ~Following Rest.

City Managers. By WALTER BROWN

Louis Untermeyer, outstanding
American poet and critic, and styl-
ed by the late Amy Lowell as "the
most versatile genius in America,"
will speak at 8 o'clock tomorrow
night in Natural Science auditori-
um, discussing the subject of "Mod--
ern American Poetry." The lecture, '
which is under the auspices of the
Hillel Foundation, will furnish an ,.
opportunity for the poet to display
his brilliance and adroit humor by y v.
which he has gained repute in prev-' :
ious campus lectures.
'Untermeyer, who has achieved f"'*' .
note not only in the field of poetry, I
but ranks also as a leading critic
and anthologist, is especially equip- More than 200 alleged communi
ped for a citation of trends in mod- New York, recently were dispersed b3
ern poetry of the nation, since he
is the author of the standard an-!
thology, "Modern American Poetry," I
and has held the editorship of the
"American Poetry" journal since
1900. As a critic and lecturer, Mr.
Untermeyer has often been cited
for his curious blend of high ideal-.SUPPLY Of TIMBER
ism and withering irony. His vol-
ume of essays, "Heavens," has been'
cited as a work of criticism best in- Lumberman Says Virgin Woodsj
dicating his ability to synthesize of United States Have Not
philosophy and parody. Been Destroyed.
Author of Many Books. y
Among the best-known works of TALKS TO ARCHITECTS
the poet are "Challenge," "RoastT
Leviathan," "These Times," "The
New Adam,' "Parodies,' and "Yes- "There is a sufficient amount of
terday and Today." "Burning Bush," virgin lumber in the United States'
a recent collection, is adjudged his today to make a strip 70 miles wide
most mature work. extending from New York to San
While in his early twenties, Mr.x
Untermeyer became distinguished Francisco," said J. E. Mackie, tech-
through the wide range of poetry nical consultant of the National
fields he attempted. He completed Lumber Manufacturers association
several translations from European in a lecture on the "Correct Uses
poetry, the most successful of which
was "Works of Heine." His activi- of Lumber in Construction" given
ties in literary fields has become at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon in
increasingly great since his first the auditorium of the architectural
endeavors, and. his present range building.
of writing from lyrics to essays has "Moreover," Mr. Mackie contin-
caused him to be compared in this "oevr"M.Mci otn
respect to Longfellow. ued, "there is enough second and
Has Succeeded in Business. ,third cut timber to add 25 miles to
Mr. Untermeyer is one of the few !the width of that theoretical strip.
poets in America ever to succeed in That ought to correct the popular
a thorough conquest of both the
practical and artistic worlds. lie belief that our lumber supply 'has
has been in business life for over been practically used up.'
25 years. The lecturer told the assembled
I SSTAR TED group of architectural students of
REPAIRS TAthe various methods of grading
ON WIND TUNNEL lumber, both as to quality and to
size. He discussed the different
Repairs are being made on the methods of finishing wood surfaces
wind tunnel in the aeronautical de- to get the best effects from the
partment of the engineering college natural grain.
'which was put out of operation a; Mr. Mackie described the results
few weeks ago when a propeller was of recent tests made in connection
damaged. with the use of wood in building.
The accident was not the result He showed how research has ascer-
of carelessness, but resulted from tained the exact amount of stress

Associated Press Photo
ists who participated in an unemployment demonstration at the city ha
y police, who used their night sticks freely to restore otder.
"f 1fI'mI 91 l nRR n r 1 / fO 7V V% , T l "-*TVT "Y i' YI- 1

(Associated Press Staff Writer)
Unique among similar courses departure from the Black hills, DETROIT, March
offered at other colleges, the curri- workmen will return to their job persons who have
culum in municipal administra- of hacking George Washington's ter of 1929-30 shu
tion offered at the University is the features from the granite wall of dance floor ft Eas
pioneer in that field. The course Mt. Rushmore. sleeping today und
was- inaugurated in 1914 by Prop:
Robert T. Crane of the political Blasting and chis g w bther prei physicians and nur
science department, and served su lowering the men over the side of The sheriff of I'
the model for other courses design- the 1,000-fot escarpment shas warrants to hl
ed for the training of future city Dedication July 4. court on charges of
managers. Although Princeton and ! The Dtior Julysinduct, but has anno
managers.elMt. Rushmore commission
Syracuse Universities both offerI plans to dedicate two figures of the must spend 48 hour
courses in citizenship and Areri- colossal memorial, Washington and they will be allowed
can and foreign affairs, Michigan Jefferson, next July 4. Other fig-I Te 10 were the
offers a course which is as yet un-i urfs will depict Lincoln and Roose- Eastwood Park m
equalled by any other Amcrican velt. which began last N
university. A brief historical outline of thed
In addition to the curriculum in United States, to be written by Cal- with the appearan
municipal administration which vin Coolidge, will be carved adja- r L. Moore ar
falls into the category of oolitical cent to the figures. The huge let- arrdth C. A.s
science, the future city manager 1 ters will be spaced to be readable of the marathon, sr
has the opportunity to elect con- ( three miles away. ofnte maton, s
dance was over as
current subjects in business ad- Gutzon Borglum, sculptor and walked out on the d
ministration, public finance, civil designer, estimates the memorial The warrants we.
engineering, in the form of city will be completed in four years. It charge that the 10
engineerng problems, highways, ! will cost $500,0000, half of which is guilty of violating
and transportation, hygiene and to be appropriated by Congress. Mt. statute which design
' public health, landscape design, Rushmore will be a national pre- public alms as. dis
- and the sociological aspects of the serve. Many of the specta
I comunty.All of these course.,, Washington Is First. hdtrw on
are primarily designed to give tue The Black hills memorial was in- floor and the con
student practical knowledge of the I spired by Doane Robinson, South them up.
U problems of city government. Co- Dakota state historian. Mt. Rush- The warrants w
incident with the work done in the more was selected for the enduring abrupt ending of
'University, the student city admin- quality of its stone, and because it were issued by Just
a- istrator is required, before receiv- is visible from a distance. Alton H. Noe on.
y's ing the degree to combine theory After completing is clay design, of Prosecutor Ear
for with practice by spending three Borgium first proj cted acpicture state authorities we
months of actual field work iii a*I of Washington onto the face of the right to subpoena
hr representative city.I rcliff. This was sketched, then 'as witnesses at aa1
n Before being granted the degree chiseled on the rock. Blasting porary restraining
nt of Master of Arts in Municipal Ad- gave a rough contour, and electric granted to prevent
ministrationthe student mst drills and chisels rounded out the state commissioner
ofitatu ssl finishe hy sculpturing. All the figures will be industry, from sto
;he haet inul rlif
hhours of graduate work in addition i full relief. The marathon da
ry t Figures 500 Feet Tall. considerable publi
er toce.e three months of field prac- Washington's figure is at a point Ministers of Eas
tice. The committee which gov of the mountain. It will be shown neighboring comm
st the course, is at present com-f ;to his belt buckle, a figure 500 feet vestigators for the
he p tall. Jefferson's bust, Lincoln's mission had been o
rt the olitical science department, shoulders and Roosevelt's head are demning the mar
il- who is chairman of the group and to follow in that order over the mental to the heall
als director of the Bureau of Govern- left shoulder of Washington. pants.
rl ment, Dean Carl G. Huber of the !..
of Graduate school, and Prof. William .
on C. Road of the Engineering depart-
to ment.
he inter-house Song Fest is in progress
n between fraternities and sororities
dI at this university. Judging com-
ng 1.mittees are assigned to each house
lts i during some meal time for the pur-
he pose of selecting preliminary win-
ck ners.
gs. VIee
of f ' ""

.4-Ten young
spent the win-
tffling about a
st Detroit were
er the care of
Macomb county
ail them into
disorderly con-
unced that they
rs in bed before
to appear.
survivors of the
arathon dance
ov. 16 and end-
nidnight today
ce of Sheriff
nd his deputies
orderly conduct
essey, promoter
houted that the
soon as officers
dance floor.
re based on the
contestants were
the Michigan
gnates collecting
orderly conduct.
ators at the hall
ut on the dance
atestants picked
hich caused 'the
the marathon
ice of the Peace
I French, while
ere arguing their
the contestants
hiearing. A 'temn-
order had been
t Eugene Brock,
r of labor and
pping the dance.
Once had aroused
ic Indignation.
st Detroit and
unities and in-
state labor com-
utspoken in con-
athon as' detri-
.h of the partici-
2 00-3:30

Michigan's dental school is again
in the professional limelight. Dean
Marcus L. Ward announced yester-
day that the department has re-
ceived three amalgam fillings from
the Bureau of Standards at Wash-
ington, D. C., which are to be tested
in the University laboratory for
the three major qualifications of
such metals.
At the Bureau of Standards, a
$5r)060 fellowshin has rovided for


. 4

do this important phase of restor
tion, the fact that the University
dental department was chosen f
this immediate test has led to t
belief that eventitfally Michiga
will be selected. The equipme
necessary for the threefold expe
ments is already in possession
the University, Michigan being t
only dental college in the count
to possess both an interferomet
s ad n, inrn, atn

, p pVW, 111V l*u* i lul anQ a micrum U r.
research and testing in metallurgy The tests are made to the mo
along dental lines. This amount, minute detail, both parts of t
however, is now proving insuffici- apparatus being able to indica
ent to keep up with the ever in- I changes of as low as ten oneim
creasing demand for standardized ; lionths of an inch. The met
amalgams among members of the sent to the laboratory here we
dental profession, and the Bureau unknowns, another indication
is looking for assistance. Although the Bureau of Standard's intenti
there was no indication that Mich- of testing Michigan's ability
igan had been definitely chosen to f handle this intricate work.
-__'Three separate divisions of t
Et b est are included in the experime
tal work. The metal is first test
I Requests Contributions for volume changes, then crushir
resistance, and heating. The resu
Students of the engineering col- of each test are recorded, and t
lege are requested to submit con- unknowns in question are sent ba
tributions to the Technic, says L. 1 to the Bureau with their findin
Verne Ansel, '31E, editor. A special In this way, a standardization
box for this purpose has been plac- ; dental amalgams is possible.
ed on the second floor of West En-: The study of metallurgy in t
gineering building, and articles dental field is a comparatively n
F pertaining to all departments of phase of the professional world, a
the magazine will be carefully con- cording to Dean Ward. In the pa
sidered by the staff. most of the work done was tak
Plans are being formulated by under the head of medical resear
Ben Lansdale, '31E, business man- and as a result the dental scien
ager, for a new system of distribut- received little or no benefit fro
m ig the publication. Lansdale's the experimental work. The B,
plan is to place booths in the halls reau of Standards, however,r
of the buildings, and to require . cently added one man to th
students to show coupons. ,staff.



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In conclusion, Mr.
how to provide effe
fire retardance in t
of construction.
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Mackie showed
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he usual forms
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