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FRIDAY, MAY 16., 1930

'SI:.HUBER T WILiKA
CHUBNET CTIVITY
IN AKEMICHIGAN-
Exteasve Iny'estigation Will beuF
Carried on by Bueau
of Fisheries.
WORK OPENS IN JUNE! . s
Gathering of Pata to Require
Two Years; Scientists
WillAssi. t< K
Plans are being formulated for aj ! n eti aio f h b
n~t 9Vertuins on Lake Michigan,<;.,. ,f. :'":
suxkier, according to reports
of the 77.. lureau of Fisheries I
Ppervisng .tle Great akes region,rEt ^sf
with headquarters in the University
ii~~4isbuiing. ASco-operative
undertak n y th .. Bueo
lFisheries, the Conservation depart-
met4f tiw staites of Michiganj
and Wisconsin, and a group of fish ,
ia nd twine companies, the in-
vestigation will be superintended by
Dr. John Van Oosten, in charge ofIm
Great Lakes fishery investigationsj
fair the U.S. i3ureau of Fisheries.
Wig!Colet Data. r
Gangs of experimental chubne ts'
.0 various sized meshes Vill be fish - ____________
~d simultaneously in five localitie
in Lake Michigan, one gang in the United States submarine, 0-12,
northern area of~ the lake, and twoexetinfrarosdcusebn
pn~p along :Each shore of the je pdto.frapooedcus e
rn the chub waters south of an im- world fromc Sptzbcergex, via the rioi
aginary line connecting Franfort, sublesible, if made availale, wei
Michigan and Sturgeon Bay Canal, withi machinery for boring through i
Wipsml. Iaving the purpos of _______________
lerini~ng which size inesh de-
strpys the greatest number of im-jM lit kDsc se
mature lake trout, the experimen !I C~ilt~ Dicse
will attempt to settle a hotly dis-1 Bituminous Pavements
puted questibo upon whichi neitherf
the various states nor the fisher- Bituminous Pavements" was dis-
xnein cain agree. Data will also be cussed by C. E. McClintock in an.
obtained on the number of sexually ilustrated lecture yesterday at
immature chubs taken in the diffor- 4:15 o'clock in room 121a of the
ent sized mesies and on the poasi-
bity of fishing chubrnets fromi East Engineein~ building.
i ripu5 Lake ]Michigan ports at all l" cintock is an enginer with
sesoas qof te year without destroy- 1 the Warrein Bros. Co., which is the
an undue nunzibex of lake trout. l_____________
l xperimental gill nets will :be
UsiI'd to asertain the .effect of the =111111111lhHI1ijpif ul11i11111I111o!.
glgthd f trutritoiltthe tashng fE .Res. 22266 P. Office 21495
of lke toutto est he fshin (qSTADIUM RIDING ACADEMY=
4ility of nets treated with new- South Main ad Keech -
net preservative recently developed E Ridig ress9s by Appointment
by the U.S. Bureau of Fisheries, and A. W. COWAN, Mgr. _
to locate the grounds of yearling .,1111111111111Il1I111111
laetrot - -Atech setting of the nets, de-1-________
terminations will be made of theWW
d4pth of the water, the nature of' STOATNY~ f1
t1~~~W]e bottomi, the temperatures at OAYIl
u rious levels, and possibly the,, ________________
chieniial condition of the water at B
several levels in order to obtainI
some data, on the factors involvdI
in the distribution of lake trot
and chubs. Information will be Q-(
tained 'on the food of the lael
trout and chubs, on the species at
lake trout in Lake Michigan and tin
the life-histories of the fish empp-
sizing their age, growth, and size ai1
sexual maturity. Lake trout and'
whitefish will be tagged to detp -___
mine the extent of their migratory py~jctalisaaedheus
movements.l sjcththsa-xdterut.
Scietiss toAssst.in the most glorious of romantic dr
Scietist to ssis. j An island paradise cast at her lovel
At irregular intervals lfts made ai sailor's sonl
by the fishermen with their baits_____
and hooks will be examined to ob- -__ -__
tureaa nte ubr fmm chubs destroyed by the bait-f
nps the amonpu-t of chubs wastedj
~y tl~e hop fs1eren and thel
441nmber of immntur~ trout and
argo femiales destroyed by hooks.
II' e lifts of the commecial chub-pe
purpose of. comparison with the

The U.S. Bureau of Fisheries' yes- S
secl, the "Fulmar," a boat 102 feet MN
long, no w stationed at Charlevoix,G Mihgnwllbeqpedfrts
work. The vessel's personnel will:
consist of three scientists of the
government Bureau of~ Fisheries. n° o o-r
starT stationed at Ann Arbor, a cap- n T o LwP
t aii, an engineer, an assistant en-
gineer, two deckhands, and a cook.
The captain and deckh~inds will be
experienced fishermen who know 6 5
Michigan and who know how to
handile and mend nets._____ Formerly Priced
$3P3.50 $35
SH~UBERT LAFAYETTE
Alexander Mc~(aig Presents
Richard JBeinjett I Ifl lad
Its A Satricil Debunkin Comedy T C A F E
"SOLJD sou ARYSHAFE

INS EXPEDITION
Eight of Lost Armen F
in Shark -Infested
by I" W11 t1 Stca

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News FromOther Colleg IL0 F9 PLTCAL IASE
NIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA- series of swimnming tests, Several
it squads were called out and six canoe accidents which resulted in I
inesota menI were arrested lastI drowvning of the occupants caused Board Proves Episcopal Bishop
's(ay morning, wh en over 200 the proposal of this requzirement. Not Guilty of Opposing
I students sta.ged an. impromptu =----- cm~TC'U'~TDSmith's Electioan.

(13v .4sswild r s)I ajania paradle followving ,an explo-
IHOtjOLULU, May 15.-. Eight of! sion and a fire wh; ich attracted
'twelve am andhoathem from their houses. The par-!
twle ry ad ay flyers wo aders stormed several sorority
were cast upon the rough, shark-; houses and finally became so dis-#
infested waters between the islands' order~ly that police reinforcements
of Maui and H-awaii were rescued were called out. Crowds of spec-
lateWedesdy niht y te i ter- r tied up local traffic until'
lat W dneda nghtbyth in er ,ain drove both paraders and
island steamer Hawaii. Two others watc hers to cover.
were believed to be afloat in an -N--RIT OWCOI -
army mphiian pane.The ae lipvinig that opinions of indiyidu-
of the remaining two was unknown.I al instructors regarding a 4udent
jThe 12 flyers were caught in the' arc more important to a prospectivj,
grip of the rough channel XWednes- employer than the student's average
! ~standing in his pourscs, I4esperi4
day in the emergency landing of a lieay society has suggesoz teda ra-
big army bombing plane and in dical change in freshman entrance
the subsequent rescue attempts by; requirements which would allow an
enteingstudent to choose a course
fellow -aviators who were unable to betei yo pina ujc,
tak of afer heyhadlaned tln place of diplomas the report
'the scene. suggests a certificate from the;
1The eight rescued flyers were leading professors in the student's
major concerning his ability 4D4!
taken from a navy seaplane and an standing.
army amphibian, both of which j_ ________
had gone to the rescue of the WILLIA METTE COLLEGE - AF
bomber. The big bomber was be- ? strong effort is being made to pass
' lieved to have been lost. The Ha- Ia recently proposed rule whereb~y
Iwaii is proceeding in search of an- ; all women will have to obtain a per-
other amphibian which was be- mit before they can go canoein 9.
:lieved to be carrying two men, be-; These permits are to be granted
lieved to be afloat in the channel. only after the co-ed has passed a

accordin~g to kZ . K al Nebraska; HELD FOR SPECULATING
graduate and editor of Thie Nebras-

sought by the Sir Hubert Wilkir
heath the ice across the top of ti
zrth poje, to the 1ecring sea. TT
)uld be entirely -rebuilt; and fit~t
Ic 50 feet thick.
largest paving concern in the worl
He described the recent 700 mi
paving construction program
Cuba with whicl he was connecte+

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kan in 1925, the old time publica- ; (h ' ssocuar'd Irs)
tionth heads whoip managed and edit- DALLAS, TEX., May 15.-Bishop
ccl th.nvriypblications be- James Cannon, Jr., storm center of
for te dysof spcrisng fl~ethe Methodist Episcopal Church.
Torstuentactviieswer "n ad",South, because of his alleged Wall
fi~lnctliy. Any baright busnes street and political acivities, today
manager could provide himself withI stool acquitted of crges of ''con-
clothes and spending money in cx- duct unbecoming a bishop.,
change for advertising, and if a The charges, based on his par-
ro,. ' ra9.qkq Yd made .I
t } 4p m~ ~nake cttci atiOn in the 1920l presdentiaI
it. campaign when lhe opposed the
-canididacy of Afred E itli, were
q# raTY- fatnissed Wednfs citanit Jy the
4 t qv' -tl, 'blaze episcopacy committee of the church
1h9 .' P 0 0~i~x~ was at its twenity-first quadrennial
34V4 t} g ti der cam- sessions here.
}I t. s . ts l ~~vallis, This pat al vindication of Bishop
14 toy 8 a ods of Cannon left still pending against
at ~ p} k~ f}or'the him the charge that he maintained
I pv } } p ety of a marginal account with a New
Agw%1 4 } ,r Meeting Y ork brokerage Firm and engaged hin
c ir~ stock market speculations.
Tae W" pp w 4 oxen.'; Besides Bishop Cannon, four
tap a n p~ eregon ! other clerics were cleared of the al-
pipz f ' QO Jp pictuiresque legations andl given votes of char-
fptl~ p p,p ~ days acter. They are: Bishops E. D.
Fi~pu q0_ was ccom- Mouzon, of Charlotte, N.C.; H. M.
IN 1} ' roman Dubose, of Nashville, Tenn.; John
}w& 8 p~w wagon . M. Moore, of Dallas, and Warren A.
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FO IFH CONCERT Msymphanouys
F'aray, May 1.;,8:30 .p. . AtssConcert
. Soloists: GUY MIA IPanNist Sopan
FREDEICK TOK, Pantt-

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.:. FREDERICK STOCK. 'Conductor
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Overture to "Egmont"............:.................. ... Ilethoven
SSy~rnphou No. 2 F. minor............................Rachmannow ..
Largo-Allcgro Moderato
Allegro Motto.:
Adagio viac
EConcerto in E flat 'for two pvianos and orchestra................ Mozart
Allegro
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SSIXTSH CONCERT Choral
$ aturday, May 17, 8:15 p. in. Concert
:Soloists. NAN'*ETITE GUILFORI), Soprano-
- KATHRYN MEISLE, Contralto
PAUL ALTHOUSF, Tenor
CNASE BAROMEQ, Bass
T IHU CIIICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
EARL V. MOORE, Conductor.:
TUIE UNIVE PSJT'Y CHORAL UNION
PALMER CHRISTIAN, Organist
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