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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1930

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an interesting and novel program. St. Paul's Lutheran Church, corner SUPREME COURT NC
of Liberty and Third. Lunch served at 6 p. m. Bring your friends.
FR ALLEGED S7
Liberal Students' Union of the Unitarian Church will hold a dis-
cussion on the recent prize contest, at 7:15 p. m. All entrants are (1Y 3vAssociated Press)
invited to attend. Prof. Roy Wood Sellars will speak for the judges. WASHINGTON, May 10 - The

)MINEE OPPOSED
TAND ON DRY ISSUE

EDMONSON GOES
TO FEDERAL MEET

t

"..,....- -confidence of the administration
dent until 3:30 p. m, (11:30 a. m. Saturday) A Free Lecture on Christian Science is to be given by Rev. Andrew
VOL. XL. SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1930 No. 158 J. Graham, C. S. B., of Boston, Mass., at 8:15 p. m., in 11i11 Auditorium.
ceptable to the senate as an asso-
dEVENTS ciate justice of the supreme court
University Lectures: May 12, 8:00 p. m., Natural Science Auditorium. was undiminished today by a
University Senate: A meeting of the University Senate will be held Dr. J. H. Ashworth, Professor of Natural History, University of Edin- threat of opposition based upon thea
in Room C Law Building on Monday, May 12, at 4:15 p. m. burgh, Scotland: "The Nervous System of Annelids in Relation to Move- prohibition issue.
Order of Business:j ment," (illustrated).
1. Annual Report of the Board in Control of Student Publications. ,The regular Republican group
2. Recommendation of the Committee on University Affairs that May 13, 4:15 p. in., Natural Science Auditorium. Dr. Derwent S. was enthusiastic over the presi-
all Senate Committees should report at least annually. ; Whittlesey, Assistant Professor of Geography at Harvard University: dent's choice and the nomination
3. Definition of the status of the Committee on Accredited Iigh "Land Occupance in Northern New England."
SchooL4 May 13, 4:15 p. m., Room 103 Romance Langu.,, ilding, Pro- was welcomed, too, by the leaders
4. Election of Secretary. fessor E. Allison Peers, of the University of Liverpool, England: "The of the successful fight against the
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate Appeal of Spanish Culture." confirmation of Judge John J.
May 13, 4:15 p. m., Room 165 Chemical Laboratory. Dr. S. C. Lind, Parker, whose rejection opened the
University Loan Committee: The University Loan Committee will Director of the School of Chemistry, University of Minnesota: "The
meet on Monday, May 12, at 1:30 p. in., in Room 2, University Hall. Chemical Behavior of Hydrocarbons under the Influences of Activation" way for the Roberts appointment.
All applicants for loans should call at the office of the Dean of! (illustrated). i But from the south came a pro-
Students for an appointment with the Committee. May 19, 4:15 p. m., Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Dr. L. F. Rush- test that in delivering an address
J. A. Bursley, Chairman brook Williams, Secretary to the Chancellor, Council of Princes of the in 1923, Roberts denounced the
-..-_-,Indian States: "India Today."
Notice to Seniors Planning to do Directed Teaching: Seniors expect- May 20, 4:15 p. in., Natural Science Auditorium. Mrs. Dorothea eighteenth amendment. Senator
ing to do directed teaching in the first semester of the school year Waley Singer, of Oxford England: "Alchemy," (illustrated. Sheppard, Democrat, Texas, one of
1930-1931, are urged to interview Dr. Schorling on Monday, May 12, in, May 21, 4:15 p. in., Natural Science Auditorium. Dr. Charles Singer, the authors of the amendment,
Room 1022, University High School, according to the following schedule: of Oxford, England: "The Scientific Change from Medieval to Modern." i said that was "enough" for him
English, rhetoric, and speech, 1ito 2; social studies, 2 to 3; mathematics, The public is cordially invited. and that he would oppose confir-
3 to 4; French and fine arts, 4 to 5; science and Latin, 5 to 6. It is of - -mation. Later he announced he
the utmost importance that members of the next year's senior class Students in DIOO: )100 will not meet Tuesday May 13 had been reliably informed that
come to this conference for, everything else being equal, the opportunm- aleigh Schorl.n Roberts had denied making the as-
ties for directed teaching will be assigned in order of application. Those RaleihSc orlingIsertions attributed to him and that
coming late may need to do their directed teaching under conditions .he, Sheppard, would withhold judg-
that represent considerable inconvenience. Any student who has a Chemistry 3: A make-up examination in this course will be held
definite appointment at the hour suggested should report for a confer- i on Wednesday, May 14, at 4 p. in., in Room 464 Chemistry Building. The Inlander staff will meet
enee at one of the other periods. Every effort will be made to meet his I ). M. Lichty Mondav at 4:15 Very important b

ment pending a study of the rec-
ord. Dean James B. Edmondson of
the School of Education' left yes-
As was the case with the nomin- terday for Washington, D. C. where
ations of Chief Justice Hughes and he will attend a meeting of the
of Parker, when first submitted to executive group of the federal ad-
the senate, confirmation seemed visory commission on education.
syn ee The meeting will be held in order
likely by an overwhelming vote, to discuss the advisability of con-
But recalling that the tremendous gress appropriating money for edu-
controversies over Hughes and f cational work next year.
Parker developed from just such Dean Edmondson was named a
small beginnings, observers here member of the federal advisory
were hesitant in predicting the out- body some months ago by President
come. { Hoover ard Secretary of the Inter-

The prohibition question as ap-r
plied to the Roberts nomination
goes back to the time when his
name was before the senate for
confirmation as special government
prosecutor in the oil scandal cases.
At that time, Senator Walsh, Dem-
ocrat, Montana, introduced into the
congressional record an account of
the Roberts speech as reported in
the New York Times. It read:
"Mr. Roberts said he was not
an advocate of prohibition but he
denounced the eighteenth amend-
ment as the insertion of a 'police
regulation' into the constitution of
the United States which was re-
duced to the status of a city ordi-
nance."
in the office at the Press Building
usiness will be taken up, and every-

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UNIVERSITY OF C H A T T A-
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surpass men in college grades, their
superiority is due to harder study."
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needs. In general it is desirable to elect the course in directed teaching
during the first semester.
C. O. Davis, Secretary, School of Education.
School of Musle: In accordance with past custom in order that
students of the School of Music may attend May Festival rehearsals, etc.,
lessons will not be given on Wednesday afternoon, Thursday, Friday,
and Saturday of Fvestival week.
Charles A. Sink
Camp Davis: Students who are to attend Camp Davis during the
conig summer should inform Professor C. 0. Carey, 205 West Engi-
neering Building, as to their arrangements for transportation and re-i
ceive written suggestions as to personal equipment which should be7
taken. C. T. Johnston, Director

Summer Field Courses in Geology: All students intending to register
in Geology 126, summer field course in Kentucky, will meet for a short
conference on Tuesday evening, May 13, at 7 o'clock in room 3056 N. S.
Intramural Archery: A Columbia round will be shot on Palmer Field j
Wednesday, May 21. Please turn name' of entrants in by Wednesday,
May 14. The targets will be up and may be used for practice todayI
from 2 to 6 p. m. Bows and arrows may be secured from the matron
at Women's Athletic Building.a
Physics Colloquium: Mr. J. S. Donal, Jr., will talk on "Studies in
Abnormal Shot Effect," at 4:15 in room 1041, East Physics Building, on
Tuesday, May 13.

1VV l uy U1 a. V11y aat/ i4~aV N taa r. vsa 1V Vha.au. , aaa .ta.
one is requested to be there.
The Monday Evening Drama Section of the Faculty Woman's Club
will hold its last meeting of the year on Monday, May 12, at 6:30, at
the Michigan League Building. This is to be a social meeting, and a
pot luck supper will be served. Members are asked to bring their
individual silver and dishes.

The Garden Section of the Fac-
ulty Women's Club will meet Wed-
nesday, May 14. All illustrated lec-
ture by Mrs. C. C. Meloche in the
Lecture room of the University Li-
brary will be followed by a visit to
some nearby gardens.

_ _ _ _

Mathematical Club: The May meeting will be held Tuesday at 8
Junior Engineers: The Engineering Scholarships Committee finds p. iM. in room 3201 Angell Hall. Professor Stephen Timoshenko will
that it can consider more applications for Donovan Scholarships than presen't a paper on 'Stability on Bending of Thin Plates." Everyone
have een received under the present scholarship requirements. It will interested is cordially invited to attend.
therefore consider for this year additional applications from those__
whose average is 2:5 or better Oin 75 hours of completed work. Such Acolytes will meet Monday, May 12, at 7:30 in Room 202 S. W. Prof.
applications should be left with the Secretary of the College on or before W. B. Pillsbury will speak.
June 1st. Engineering Scholarships Committee
-0 Alpha'Nu: The annual freshman debate will be held with Adelphi
Choral Union Ushers: Report at Hill Auditorium promptly by 7:30 Tuesday at 7:30. Business meeting will follow the open meeting.
p. m. for the first May FestivalConcert Wednesday evening. - -Wr___fe_'
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EVENTS TODAYS
Congregational Student Fellowship: Dean W. R. Humphreys willi
speak at the Sunday evening, meeting in the church parlors. Social,
period's:30 to 6:00, luncheon 6:00 to 6:30 and talk from 6:30 to 7:15 p. m.

portant social meeting in the1
League Cave Monday at 4 o'clock.
It" is imperative that all members'
be there.
ING

On the Huron River at the Foot of Cedar Street
Lutheran Student Club: Import-
ant business meeting with election
of officers for 1930-31; followed by

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