-WEDNESDAY, MARCH GVr i§sT0f
"THS, M.TCHIGAN. DAW11Y.
AWDNSDYMACH26 130'TE. M CHGA"JIL
D mE T FROM HAITI ARRIVES IN WASHINGTON
'LU L Lil TO, T,9L TO CONFER WITH HOOVER ON PRESENT SITUATIQN
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Michigan Delegates to Zoning:
and Planning Conference
to Meet Tomorrow.
TEALDI TO GIVE SPEECH
Recognized Officials to Attend
Conference; Shurtleff g
Mayor Edward W. Staebler of
Ann Arbor will open the first an-
nual meting of the city planning
and zoning officials of Michigan to
be held at the Union tomorrow and
Friday, with an address of wel-
Tomorrow afternoon, reports on
planning and zoning progress willI
be given by representatives from
Saginaw, Pontiac, Kalamazoo,
Grand Rapids, Lansing, Detroit
and other Michigan cities. Prof.
Henry E. Riggs, of the civil engin-
eering department, will address the
=conference on "Grade Separations
and City Plan." Following the
scheduled Thursday evening din-
ner, Flavel Shurtleff, secretary tot
the National Conference on Cityl
Planning of New York City will1
talk on "Selling City, Planning to
the Public." Prof. Aubrey Tealdi l
of the landscape design depart-
ment will speak to the city officials
on the "Aspects of City Planning
Abroad." Profesor Tealdi will il-
lustrate his lecture with slides.
Blucher Will Speak.
Friday, Walter H. Blucher, sec-
retary of the city plan commisslokli
of the city of Detroit, -will speak'
on "City Planning Legislation."
Harold D. Smith, director of the
Michigan Municipal League, with
offices in East engineering build-
ing, will speak to the delegates" on
"The Work of a City Planning Con i
Mr. Smith, who has taken in
haid the work of preparing for the
conference ,stated, "We are fortun-
ate in being able to secure for this
conference such outstanding talent
in the planning field. The programa
should be attractive to anyone who
has the slightest interest in the
Thirty Cities Represented. ,
It is expected that delegates from
more than 30 municipalities will
be present at the conference.
The local meeting is an out-l
growth of a similar meeting
held by the Ohio city planning and
zoning officials in Toledo last fall.
Many of the Michigan officials'
were present, and the decision was
then made to hold the Ann Arbor
At the present time, the lands,
owned by thesUniversity of Michi-
gan are valued at $4,012,367.87. The
$orty acres of the original campus
are valued at $160,000, and the
buildings of the University are val-
ued at $21,113,338.89.
OMENNewsFrom Other Colleges
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MYOAKUM FINDS FRESHMEN contests and social functions here.
CRIB LESS THAN OTHERS A bridge tournament for indepen-
Members of National League to INDIANA UNIVERSITY-Figures dents only is being held, as well
Search for Old Banners, showing that the greater amount }as the Mi-Hala dance, annual for-
- of cribbing is done by students mal dance for independent men
aipagn tsabove the freshman year, were giv- and women only.
en by Dr. Clarence S. Yoakum,- -
HONOR ROLL FORMED dean of the college of liberal arts COLGATE ARRANGES INITIAL
(By As'ociac P es> - at Northwestern university. in a OUTBOARD MOTORBOAT RACE
WASHINGTON, March 25. - ecent adress befo testudet COLGATE UNIVERSITY-Plans
WASHINTON, arch 2. bod. Thefigures presented were frtefrtotor ea vrt
trunks..were being rummaged for obtained from a survey of seven for the first outboard relay ever to
"votes for women" buttons and different schools. be held in motor boating circles
banners throughout the United are being made by the Colgate
Statestodaya memf hOMEMAKING IS UNPOPULAR . Outing club of this school. The
Sttstdy as members of the; WITH KANSAS STUDENTS = race will be a feature of the first
National League of Women Voters UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS - Intercollea Otar
prepared for Wednesday's country- Only seven women intend to go in- ,Intercollegiate Outboard Regatta
which will be held \Ia~y 16 and 17.
wide celebration of ten years of to home-making as a profession, Four colleges have alreadyentered
according to questionnaires that aled;nee
suffrage. have been sent to all the students the event: Syracuse, Rutgers, Dart-
From 42. states have come tele- of the university. Teaching seems mouth, and Colgate.
grams describing candle lighting to be the most popular training'
j ceremonies, suffrage fashion par- course because there are 879 who In establishing an Office of Alum-
ades, and old photo and souvenir intend to do this. The business ni Relations, the University of
ishows to brighten the nineteenth world has called 452 men and the Michigan has recognized the desir-
amendment's tenth birthday party. profesion of the lawyer has ap- ability of continuing intellectual
The -yellow umbrellas of St, pealed to 317. Undertaking seems contacts between the University
Louis, the yellow straw hats of t b th ln ofn f and its 70,000 Alumni as part of
Chicago, flaunted at conventions voctions as none of the students I
long past, were reported out from have chosen it as their life work.
a'decade of, storage, ready to gleam I
again with the blue =and yellow STUDENTS PUNISHED FOR
rbadges once worn by women cam- MUTILATING BOOKS
_____paigners as emblems of conse*ra- UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA-Stu-
Associated Pes Ped tion to the cause. And banners dents breaking the library rules!
lflembers of the Haitian eommission arrive at the capitol for a conference with President Hoover. They long-furled will be waved as Mrs. of the university find their names
returned to Wa shmgton for the purpose of framing a final comprehensive report concerningo the position of I Carrie Chapman Catt, one of the published and are fined for many
the United States government toward;Haiti. Pictured from left to right are: William Allen White, Elie early women suffrage leaders dis- offenses. Three were dismissed I
Vezina, Cameron Forbes, Henry P.Fletchey, and James Kerney. cusses her hopes and ideals. for smoking in the library and
- No special suffrage significance were denied the use of it for two
STATISTICS SHO attaches to March '26. It merely weeks. Others were fined for muti-
starts a series of tenth-year cle- lating books or magazines.
l9CHIGAN'S-RANK Ibrations, to include initial an-
C D_ LC GAN'S k;RfEGREASEnouncements of a woman's nation- ILLINOIS INDEPENDENTS -
IN FUR INDUSTRY Ral roll of honor next Monday; final SPONSOR SEPARATE EVENTS
t (,announcement of the complete; UNIVERSITY OF ILLLINOIS -
honor roll at the League of Women Fraternity men, sorority girls, and
Michigan now ranks third among iVoters' national convention at independents conduct separate
General Is 'Diplomatic Bungler', the states of the Union in the valuei Income Tax Receipts Shown . far Louisville, Ky., May 1; and ratifica-
Leaders of Hautian Party of fur-producing animals and total Below Returns for March tion celebration August 18.I PORTABLE
Say to Commission. yearly fur production, according to of Previous Year. Mrs. Catt, who actively cam- TYPEWRITERS
statistics7 released yesterday b paigned for suffrage for 40 years, We have all makes.
(By Associated Press) . (By Associated is) will speak by radio Wednesday on Remington, Royals.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, March of Ned Dearborn, professor of ASHINGTON, Marh 25 - In- "The Hopes of the Founders." On Corona, Underwood
forest zoology in the School of For- the same program, Miss Belle
25.-Asserting that Brig.-Gen. John d C rt . come tax receipts for the first 22 Sherwin, for six years president of;Colored duco.finishes. Price $60.
H. Russell, American high commis- y an p tn aver days of March were approximate- the league, will discuss "discoveries 0. D. MORRILL
sioner in Haiti, was a "diplomati g yer$putiis.a ly $30,000,000 below the receipts in ten years of suffrage." 314 South State St. Phone 6615
bunglar," leaders of the Haitian op- tFura for the corresponding period of- ---
position groups have made a new portance to many inhabitants o 11929, according to today's Treasury
plea to the Hoover Haitian Com- the state, and is a steady source of statement. The collections for the
mission that the high. commission- revenue. Although no license is re- jfist 22 days of the month this year I
ership be abolished as soon as pos- # quired for trapping on private were $517,803,027, compared with#Thinking A b
sible. lands, figures show that over $50, $547,189,703 for the same days in
The plea grew out of a minor 000 was paid into the state treas- March, 1929.'1
controversy that has broken out ury last year by trappers using un- The income tax receipts for
between President Louis Borno occupied lands. March 22 were a few million dollars
and Gen. Russell on one haned, and In abundance :and value of pro- more than received on March 22
the opposition groups on the other. duction. the muskrat out-ranks all last year. Last Saturday the pay-[
Michigan fur-bearers. The number
It concerns the wording of the of- of muskrat pelts taken yearly may ments totaled $26,102,31, as com-
ficial announcement of Eugene be anywhere from 1,000,000 to 3,- pared with $21,100,876 a year y go.
Roy's election to be temporary 000,000, the price averaging about While Treasury officials =would
president until Borno retires on one dollar for individual pelts. De- Inot say definitely what the present'-
forestation and drainage, however,. not
May 15. have produced serious ravages in collection- indicated, it was be-
The controversy reached its the ranks of other fur-bearers. lieved the total from the " first
culmination after the receipt of a ! Among those listed as extinct in quarter's payment on 1929-incomes
letter from Gen. Russell by M. Vil- the state is the college mascot, the, dxa,,,
acre, chairman of the Assembly of ( wolverine; others nearly extinct
People's Delegates that approved ;are the martin, fisher, lynx, beaver, about $60,000,000 less than last 1I \
Roy's choice last week. muskrat, and raccoon. Iyear. ^
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