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Y, FEBRUARY 23, 1930e




MSouthDakota Governor Faces Republican
MSenator in May Congressional Primaries o_
CR CE 'LITTLE Fourth of Business Series Will
LE be Shown Tuesday Afternoon
tRudkerles' Is Subject of New at Science Auditorium.
Pilbieation to go' on Sale FEATURE LEATHER ILM
in :Ann Arbor Shops.
._ ;:r~.1hProf. M. H. Waterman, of the
DEDICATED TO C. C. L.' . he.'' w 1;$ a*.research department of the School
of ,Business Administration, an-
Dificulties of Former School .nounced yesterday that the fourth
Administrator Form Basis - I :.:g ... Of the series of industrial mGoieS
for Latest Writing. sponsored by the business admin-
istration school would be shown
Michigan has again -been made on Tuesday afternoon at 4: o-
the subject of a college novel, this clock in the Natural Science ad
time by a student of the Univer-ow
sity itself, in "Rudderless, A Uni- torium. There will be no admis-
versity Chronicle" written under sion charge.
the name of W. Stock Hume, which The program will consist of two
will go on sale in the local book- Associated Press Photo movies. The first is entitled tihe
stores tomorrow morning. Governor W. J. Bulow (right) of South Dakota is a candidate for the "Re-Awakening of Rip Var Win-
The book, which considers pvob- dei ocratic nomination for United States senator in the May primary. kle." In this movie the "slumber-
lems of University administration He will oppose Senator W. H. Mc~iaster, republican incumbent. ing Dutchman" awakens and is in-
as well as social conditions, is ap------ itiated into the mysteries of a
parently dedicated to ex-President modern broadcasting station. 'he
Clarence Cook Little in "To C. C. ILILPPINE LVIJLND PENDENCE BAT T LE second feature is named "The
L,." 'The almost insurmountable WILL BE REVIVED IN WASHING TON j Story of Leather," and shows in I
difficulties which beset him as an detail the processes of manufact-
administrator, while he was en- "During this session of Congress, oriental competition of all types uring leather.
gaged with the problems herein the Philippine problem has again . . ha"These movies," stated Professor
presnte innarrative form, do not becOme' Oxe of the ch-ief subjectsinudnth ftiePipme Wtma,"ppmnthebs
cloud his recognition as a man of of 'politial interest," said Prof. J. The rapid increase in the number of ness training the students get in
vision, brilliance and sincerity. He R. Hayden of the political science Filipinos resident in the United school. It is impossible to take
had the perspicuity to recognize department yesterday. Professor States and the recent friction in them through the large factories
.Hayden is recognized as one of the California between them and cer- of the country and show them the
A review of "Rudderless" will forgmost authorities in the country tain Americans has increased the methods of adhlinistration and
be found in the Books' Column on the question of the Philippines,I determination of organized labor to manufacturing, so we show these
on page four. and went ahead inexplainigte free the Philippines in order to ex- movies instead."r
contemporary situation there. elude the Filipino from the United The next of the series will takev
these problems far in advance of "A drive for independence" he States. place March 25. The features will
his time, and he dealt with cour- continued, "'is being made by the "The third element in the combi- be: "The Story of Chase Velmo,"a
ageously according to the measure most powerful combination of in- nation working for Philippine in- "Separating Facts from Opinions,"a
of his ability." terests that has thus far attempted dependence is composed of many and "What the Job Pays."
.i . oto persuade the United States to Democrats who havenever approv-
ThevUnivers Coege is pre- relinquish their sovereignty over ed the extension of American sov- Many Tests Conducted
setedasfrtlne. rli othethe Islands. Many close observers ereignty over the isands and whol
saed si ntrelief to whiche of affairs in Washington believe for wears have wished to haul down in School Naval Tank
"rudderless"dc as atly ie o that some independence measure the flag there at the first possi-
tederless'asyasasaptly.lappliedtowill pass the Senate and may pos- ble moment. The Naval tank, one of the most
te university as well as social sibly secure the approval of the ^-F.ipinos Active. valuable and interesting pieces of
conditions. House of Representatives. 1"The fourth element," continued I equipment in the engineering col-
"It no longer shocks us to be Insurgents Combine. Professor Hayden, "is of course, the lege, serves for both routine test-
told, are the words of Jim, the "The combination of forces that Filipinos themselves. For thirty ing purposes and research work.
student thinker, "that not .every are working for independence is years, authorized spokesmen have Most of the work is requested bys
ello s with a ready smile and a composed of four main elements. (demanded independence. During naval builders and architects, and t
high school certificate should be The first of these is the American the present session of Congress, in most cases is initiated by some 1
sent to collegei tf we musttak economic interests that feel the they have sent an able mission to member of the University staff.
Chubby as rain gyood examplen(wh present or fear the future comipe- co-operate with their resident com- One of the latest pieces df work
ohubby was a good example (who tition of Philippine products which missiones in securing the speedy was done in connection with thet
translatedintoslang)let us geare admitted duty free into the separation of their ,country from design of a large motor yacht for
trnltdit ln)-e sgv nofca o h eea oosI American market. the United States. a fiil'fteGnrlMtr
h ii the benefit of two yearshr
ho the eeiou ears f They at first st n oppositionto independencecorporation. Another piece of work!'
Without the deleterious effects of the trst o n done in the tank was in connection
fotheirinterests by depriving the areto be found a small number of with bulbous bows. Bulbous bows
amous Educators Mentioned. Philippinesof their' free trade po- people repiesenting American in- ihave been used in the United
In acknowledging that college sition in the American market and terests directly nterested in the IStates Navy for some time. Recent-
regents re beginning to think only became interested in indepen- Philippines through investments in ly, however, opinion has been di-
about the place of i college train- dence when it became evident that the islands. . .vided as to the siperiority of bul-
ing' in our American system of ibCongress would not erect a tariff Opposition Insignificant. bous bows over the ordinary bow.
uture, the author points "at wh bar against Philippine products as This group is relatively inign In order to study this question he
Uleith auh mon at what long as the islands remained un- cant because no great amount of
Ist taig by such men as !Glenn _e h mrcnfa mrcncptlhsee e n United States, Shipping Board ap-
Fink and Alexander Meiklejohn der the American flag. American capital has evebeen i- propriated a certain amout of
al Ciarejce Cook Little." He adds, American Labor Rebels. vested in the islands. The great money forexperimental 1oik, and
'That mian, Little had ideas; he -"The second element for md- body o the opposition to immediate money os wxseturned oi, and
wat fnad itlehadnieas;reypendence," averred Professor Hay- Irindependence comes from Ameri- i Uthniverst was turned over to the
n eadneo htechIngess.adut den, "is composed of the forces of ;can citizens who feel that the tasl's __
he oin edn tfh way. representative organized American ! which the united States undertook
he pointed the way."labor. They desire to protect the E in the island has not yet been AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF
e laboring man of this country from completed, and that we should re- DALCROZE EURYTHMICS
Muskegon Alumnus tain further control there until it _ Modern Education in
is. This is the traditional policy of RHYTHM
Became 95 Saturday Rev. Parson to Speak Ithe Republican party. It is shar- MOVEMENT
at St. Andrews Church ed by probably the majority of the MUSIC
(By Associated jre 'Americans who have lhad personal I todiy Technique, Plastic Movement,
4Ii9If N, Mich., Feb. 22-DUr. Rev. Artle B. Parson of the de- I experience in the Philippines," heSofeg, Improvisaion, Piano,
John Parker Stoddard, only living partment of fissions of the Epis- said.;1omosion.
copal church, New York City, will ! "Many of the opponents of in- NORMAL TRAINING
memuber of the 1859 graduating be the preacher this morning in dependent appreciate the fact that Dalcroze Certificate Provides
class of the University of Michigan St. Andrew's Episcopal church, it the islands are developed into a New Profession fordCollege and
St. ndrw'sEpisopa chrchittheisladsaredeveope ino aMusic Students
and the oldest living alumnus of is announced by Rev. Ienry Lewis, very important market for Amei- Booklet on Request
that institution, observed his nine- 1rector. can mranufactured. goods and, are; PAUL BaOEPPLE, Director
ty-flfth birthday anniversary here1Rev. Mr. Parson is a graduate of potetialy valuable as a surce of 9 East 59th St., New York
today. Harvard university and a meiber raw tropical materials.l357
Dr. Stoddard, for many years a of the Student Volunteer move- -

pi-acticihg physician'here, was to ment. While here he pluis to meet
attend tonight the sixty-second an- With other members of this organi- IERiE
nual Washington Birthday dinner zation.
of the First Methodist Episcopal -_ _ _ _ _ _
Church. He attended the twelfth
banquet in the church 50 years ago. lMir
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Typewriters. Try

Our Modern Parents y 'UUa Lfor pLYv; L1eL41Asj.Jiuis
Adapted from Edith Wharton' detrimental to the best interests of
Adaed; from Ehitr the American public." This debate
novel, "The Children," a rather !will be held in Ann Arbor.
well-done talking drama titled "The ______hdnnnArr
Marriage Playgrouid" opens today .. PaF
at the Michigan. The film presents ; Edaa l PanS Further
a story of seven children all step- Experiments on Trees
related to each othe6 by a series of
marriages between the first coupl- (By Associated Press)
ing of a well-to-do pair and their, FORT MYERS, Fla., Feb. 22- The
later reunion. interest of Thomas A. Edison has
There is, fortunately, not too ! been aroused recently in'the possi-
great a play on moral lessons nor bility of producing paper and in-
a desire to sermonize, although the ! sulating materials through devel-
direction and continuity are loose opment of a species of wood found
in spots. On the whole, however, near his south Florida winter home.
"The Marriage Playground" is con- The trees that drew the attention
iderably entertaining. Its devia- of the aged inventor sometime ago,
tionl from the well-worn paths of and again recently, are of a spe-
back-stage romances, detective cies generally known as "punk"
thrillers,-and what not, is meritor- I trees. A grove of the variety is
ous in itself. located about 20 miles south of
A well-rounded cast is featured, Fort Myers, where it has grown
the ' children all contributing fine wild for several years on the shores
performances, while Frederic March of the gulf of Mexico.
and Mary Brian in the leading roles The wood and bark of the tree,
are human and likeable. Huntly during life, are soft.
Gordon, considerably changed since;
his last appearance, and Lilyan DOWAGIAC - Mrs. Edward F.
Tashman are the lightheaded par- Howe, for 66 years organist of St.
ents. B+ for this picture. Paul's Episcopal Church here, will
P. S. There's no theme song! celebrate her eighty-first birthday
-B. J. A. Sunday.

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