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THRE MICHIGAN

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At;1 RDAY, MAY 2,19 30 7

EDUCTIONSCHOOL
TO, HOLD MEETIG
IN SUMMER TERMl
Seris of. Conferences Offered
for Educators and Part
Time Students.
!L N ALUMNI CONGRESS
Graduate Meetings Will Open
July 21; Social Program
Also .Arranged.
In the 1929 summer session of
the. School of Education, a series
of educational conferences was of-
fered, extending over a period of';
lyve weeks. This summer the pro-
gram is to be continued as before.'
Present day problems of education
will be discussed at these confer-
ences by specialists in the fields
concerned. The subjects for the
comling series are Vocational Guid-
ane,; Elementary Education, ~c-;
inistration and Supervision, Pre-
primary. Education, and Secondary
1tducation. The meetings are for
enrlled students and educators
who are able to spend1 only part of
their time at the University.
To Have Graduate Groups. j
In addition to the undergraduate
conferences, there are to be grad-I
uate discussion groups which are,
expected to aid in the organization;
cif a non-resident graduate club be-
sides the educational aspect of the
meetings. The conferences of the
graduates will. be of particularI
value 'to those who are interestedi
in the work of the Alumni Univer-
sity. They are to 'begin on Monday
afternoon July 21, and continue
until fIhursday, July 24. A program
of entertainment has been arrang-
ed to accompany the regular meet-
ing schedule. The events of this
program will be announced at the1
first' assemnbly of the group.
The summer session df 1930 is to
have in addition to the educational
programs ,manry outside activties (
for those attending. Definite ar-
rangements have been made fori
public'lectures, concerts, excursions,
and social gatherings, as well as }
recreational opportunities afforded4
by tlik FField House and outdoor
sQagrt facilities. It is expected that
these provisions will permit the
students to meet and exchange ex-
perience which might prove of
value.E
The undergraduate conferences
will ill be given at 4 o'clock in the1
University high school on Monday, {
Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons?
starting July 7 and running through
until August 13. The graduate con-
ferences will extend from July
21-24.1

STIMSON, HEAD OFPNAV k DELEGATION, GIVES OFFICIAL, SIMSIDFIIIlOxidizatioa of O1,MI~PI~OfU1
CPOFFVmPWE.,TREATY TO PRESIDENT HO Rms W~NS Prv-soyMil VUIfL JIL 11
Placed Underground~~ IV WR
I ikrtPasAeilBokae LA VLE Cb may 2. - Mu Phi Epsilon Offers Prize for
13y Confiscated Planes Housed in a huge underground Sophomore Women Superior
to Patrol Border. hamrber, blasted from solid granite in Ability, Talent.
'". ~formation of the Eagle canyon;
CREWS TO CARRY GUNS iwall, a few miles from here, anj Creation of a $100 scholarship to
ore reduction mill recently was I be awarded for the University year
(8y Aswiaided Th) put into operation. [19a3 0aspooewmno
fDETROIT May 2.-Federal cus-1 One of the principal reasons for' 903 oaspooewmno
toms frces today were prepared building the mill entirely under- i the School of Music was announced
to meet the threat of airplane rum; ground was to prevent, as far as, yesterday by the CGamma chapter
runners with an air blockade. Tis tposble, the oxiization of Gres; of Mu Phi Epsilon, honorary mus-
informtion came in an announe-i4ePfVPIxo the mine. Even slight {cal sorority.
.:ent by Col. Heinrich A. Pick~ ,,oidization is said to increase in making the award, the schol-
clecor of customs in theextoit greatly the difcuties of separa- arship committee is to take into ac-
area. li~~~~~~ton of the lead and zinc in the oiltunthgerlsoatiabiy
sCol. Pickert announced that sev - iotatipn procss employed at the cuttegnrlshlsi blt
M eral feeral airplanes are nowf mill. f of the student, the student's musi-
° r avriablc to combat attempts of ,The great underground chamber al talent, and the students fina-
u.. \rum runners to land Caadan i houses a 5.0tn mill unit, with;j cial need and general worthiness.
liquor hin this section of the Unxited provision made for additinal units? The committee, which will make
3t s.Sutes. It was revealedl Thursday wich will be arranged in step-up the award, is to consist of the res-
a tht 10 or more American plae formation below the main tunnel Iident of the University, the presi-
X fa: have been making daly rum ru- of the mine. Gravity is use for 11 dent of the School of Music, and
z a +ing trips from Walker irppt draiage and movement of qrel the musical director.
near Walkerville, Oint., wi~r ch hs1through the mill.t The scholarship is to be designa-
ss ociat d rexss Poto been designated by the OuAnaian 'the mill chaner etnds -400 ted the Mu Phi Epsilon scholar-
President Hoover receiving the official copy of the London naval treaty from S ecretary HenrY L. Stimn- governnme lt as an afiical liquor feet alonig the fae of the cnynI ship.
son, who was haod of the American delegation to the connerenice. The presentation took place on the south b export point for airplanes. l1le. wall, and is located about 150 ,feet; The sophomore woman, by a
grounds of the White House. Left to right: Col. Camnpbell Hodges, aide to the President, Senator Joseph T.;planc- aie making trips to points; n' from the surface. Aove the further stipulation of the grant,
Robinson, Secretary Stimson, President Hoover, Secretary Charles Francis Adams, Capt. Allen Biuchannin McnMineoa ic~r iloepoceshv pn ee- utb pursuing work in the
aide _______ to________the________president.___________________Indiana and Ohio, Col. Pickeit a ped from which crude or ,is sup- School of Music, and must be pre-
said. plied from the mine tunnel t'scribed for the degree of Bachelor
FRESHMEN RAISE I Felioara and Sorkutza Municipalities Col. Pickert said that while the, crushers bielow, of Music.

FLAG IN

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In spite of some troublesome op-
position provided by the weather
man, a few stout-hearted first year
students succeeded last Thursday
night in duplicating the feat of last
year's freshman class, in anchor-
ing their colors at the top of the
University flag pole. Though the
wind and rain must have presented
considerable difficulty, the yearlings
planted the flag so firmly that the
Buildings and Grounds department1
had to resort to strenuous methods
in removing -it. The bill for the
freshman class was $25, a sizeable
reduction from the costs incurred
by last year's class which had to
pay the department $50 for its de-
predations.

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Reopen Law Suit Begun 623 Years Ago thecres arrylhesteotar ie
A~wcwted Pc~s)arms. One small, fast plane is on
(1;yAsoatdPs) and have been at it ever since, regular customs iarldtCl'
FAGARASCH, Rumania, May 2. Both sides maintain their origin- Pclke t said, and several registered
-A further hearing was held a !lagmns uttepol fPilots8 attached to the border patrol
few days ago of a lawsuit begun Sorkutza have the advantage of fraddtotpaneupathrmeen'su
623 years ago and was again ad-I possession. nodtionlplns.ta oen'
jo r e o rs etm n . Teparties are the municipalitic. of'
Feldioara and Sorkutza. _____
T e t o b e a o e i 13 7 w e- ...inhabitiants of Feldioara fled to the ;
I AST TIMES TODAY
moutais o ecae a otbrak From New York's f amous steae farce, "Dulcy' . with Hollywood's
of the plague. On their return they greatest comedienne.
found that the inhabitants of Sor-
kutza had taken possesion of their
community grazing land, an area
of about 650 acres.
The Feldioara folk tried to turn EMR~4D V ,E
out the Sorkutzans, but were too
weak to do so. They went to law
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Dr.' Arnold Gives T atl
at Phi Sigma Meeting.
Beta Chapter of Phi Sigma, Na-
tional Honorary Biological Society,
held its semi-monthly meeting last
Thursday night.: Dr. Chester A. Ar-
nold of the botany department re-!
ported on "Some Geographic and
Biological Features of the Gaspe
Peninsula."l
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The Famous MagicianI
And His Daughter Jane.
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