TIH E MICHIGAN
FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1930
DAILY Off ICIAL BULLETIN
GREEN TOURS DETROIT IN POLICE CHALIAPIN ILL j DELAND WILL SEEK REPUBLICAN
CAR TO PROVE RADIO EQUIPMENT NOMINATION FOR GOVERNORSHIP
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members #(By Associated Press> cm could ride in a radio
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- LANSING, March 27-Gov. Fred
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) W. Green has discovered a way he quipped car and watch the speed
belies dsoerdawa ei and efficiency of the reports of
VOL. XL. FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1930 No. 1 a believes would convince the federal crime we wud have a wave chan-
Sradiocommission Michigan should nl tomorrow."
NOTICES have a wave channel for a state
Students, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: March 29 is the police radio. Two great ; tudent buildings now
final day for dropping a course .ithout record. A course may be dropped The governor Wodnesday night serve es social centers for the life
only with the permission of tie classifier after conference with the toured around Detroit in a radio of students at the Univer Aty of
instructor in the course. Only in special cases, for good and valid rea- equipped pollee car. 'the only crim- Michigan - the Michigan Union,
sons, will. permission to drop a course be given after this time. inal he pursued turned out to be a dompleted in 1919 at a, cost of :1,-
swaying eave pipe. A report came 200,000, and the Michigan ,vague,
through the air that a peeping Tom for the women st; as, complet-
Announcement of Fe lowshis in Fcircstr,;:: A number of fellow- was disturbing a woman. The car ed lst year at a cost of $1,000,-
ships in forestry for the year 19?0-31 are olfered by the Charles Lathrop s g.000. In building the Union, Michi-
Pack Forest Education Board founded by .le Charles Lathrop Pack For- carrying the governor dashed to gan was the pioneer in this form
estry Trust. The purpose of ths fellovr:hips is to encourage men who the spot, the police and the gover- of service to the student body. Since
have shown unusual intellectual and personol qualities to obtain train- nor scurried out to surround the its erection many other of the larg-;
ing that will best equip them for re:.ponisible work either in the general house and found the pipe swinging er colleges and universities have
practice of forestry, in the forest indust-ies, in the teaching of forestry, in he nd backdand forthwbefore followed Michigan's example. The
in forest research, or in the deve.opmen; of pubic forest policy. The' League, likewise, is the first build-
fellowships will ordinarily be restricted tmern of American or Canadian a window. ing designed to serve the needs
citizenship. No restrictions are made as to age, educational status, or "Anwavy" the governor said, "it of the women in a large co-educa-
practical experience, although ordinarily the fellcwshxps will be granted was exciting and if the federal tional institution.
only to those who have finished an undergraduate coflege course or its---
equivalent. The fellowships will usually range from $3u0 to $2,500 a The Ann Arbor Branch of the American Association of UniversityI
year, but in special cases a higher um may be authorized by the Board.. Women will meet Saturday afternoon, March 29, at 3 o'clock, in the
Further information and application blanks, which must be submitted Ball Room of the Michigan League Building.I
to the Board by April 15, 1930, may be obtained from the Recorder of Professor Charles Scott Berry will speak on "The White House Edu-,
the School of Forestry and Conservation. cational Program." Professor Berry has been recently appointed by
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(By Associated Press)
DETROIT, March 27-Charles J.
DeLand, former secretary of state,
today announced his candidacy for
the Republican nomination for gov-
ernor at the pimary election Sept.
a In his formal statement Mr. De-
f Aland saki
"Since the last session of the leg-
islature I have received letters from
and talked with many citizens of
the state who believe that my ideas
of how the state government should
be conducted are worthy of the
consideration of the voters and, for
this reason, I shall submit my can-
didacy on the Republican ticket to
the voters at the primary election
Sept. 9 next.
"It is my opinion that the tax-
i payers of the state have had
.: .enough of the present incompetent
regime at Lansing. That a change
in the conduct of state affairs is
Associated Press Photo demanded seems to be universally
Feodor Chaliapin, conceded.
"Never in the state's history has
Great operatic basso, is reported any administration made such a
seriously ill in Milan, Italy. complete failure of the business of
government as has the present one,
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN- Iand it is a sorry spectacle to notice
Young men and women of college I the constant failure in many
age no longer play marbles here, it branches of our state government
s reported. to give service to the public and the
continuous increase in state ex-
"It has taken only three years to
demonstratLe then fact-, to the vot-
ers, whether we consider state
finances, tax problems, law enforce-
ment of general legislation and any
student of government will readily
admit the state has gone backwards
instead of making progress under
the so-called leadership of Gov.
Fred W. Green."
SMeet Your Friends
and Et at
E Home-like atmosphere . . .
Quick service 11:30 a. m.,o
to 7:30 p.m.
1110 V S. University (Upstairs) W
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President Hoover as chairman of the Federal Committee on tne Educa-
tion and Training of Exceptional Children.
The meeting will be in charge of Mrs. Rousseau and the Educa-
tional Committee. i
Senior Aeronautical Enghw.ers: Those interested in positions with
the Goodyear-Zeppelin Corpora ion are askei to make application, as
soon as possible, to Dr. Karl Arnstein, Vice President of this Corpora-
tion. F. W. Pawlowski
Professor Durant Drake, of the Philoaophy department of Vassar
College, will speak today, under the auspices of 'the Michigan School
of Religion, on the sub ject: "Humanistic or Cosmic Religion." This lec-
ture will be given at 4:15 p. m., in the Natural Science Auditorium.
Architectural Building Exhibition: A large number of photographic'
enlargements showing the work of Mr, Lee La wrie, leading American
Architectural Sculptor, are now en exhibition in the third floor gallery,
daily, except Sunday, from 9 to 5. *
Oil Paintings from the Annual Chicago Exhibition are on display
in the West Gallery of Alumni Memorial Hall through April 11.
Freshmen Women interested in
making posters for the Freshman
pageant please report in the Com-
mittee room of the Michigan League
at 4:00 Tuesday, April 1. Those'
who are unable to attend may call
Congregational Student 'Fellow-
Nhip : Sunday evening hi the
church parlors, Prof. Stuart A.
Courtis will lead a discussion cen-
tering around his talk "A Scientific
Approach to Religion" given last
Sunday evening. Social period 5:30
to 6:00: luncheon 6:00 to 6:30, dis-
cussion 6:30 to 7:00, p. m.
Seminary in Sociar Theory: Meets today in room 3 Ec. Bldg., at 4 MOTION PICTURES ENTER
o'clck. ' jCALIFORNIA ACTIVITIES
L. J. Carr UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Seniors in Mechanical & Chnilca~l Engineering: Mr. L. A. Bliss of K-Motion pictures are becoming an
the Linde Air Products Company of Buffalo will be in Room 221 West integral part of collogelife and
Engineering Building today for the purpose of interviewing any men who the University of California is pre-
made application for work with this company. This is a branch of the senting in this way a complete rec-
Union Carbide & Carbon Corporation. ord of compus activities. Pi-tures
H. C. Anderson of the freshmen-sophomore 'brawl,'
the pajamerino, sorority presenta-
Presbyterian Students: You are invited to a dance to be held at tions, and other important func-
the Church House, 1432 Washtenaw Avenue, tonight from 8:30 to 12. tions of the past year will be
Several iewv features have been provided by the committee. shown.
German Department: The ordi-
nary monthly meeting will take
place Tuesday, April 1, at 4:15 p.
m., in Room 201, University Hall.
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