THE MICHIGAN DAILYA
FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1930
DAILY 1OFFICIAL B ULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the Upiversity. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)'
PRESIDENT HOOVER REVIEWS FLEET
FROM DECK OF NEW NAVY CRUISER'
Michigan Patriotic Organization
Will Finance Research
- ..:.. . - -.:in State's History.
FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1930
University Bureau of Apitet and OccuatinalInfomaton v -.... a
Mr. Wells of the Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company will be in this office TO PRBE REOLTION
within a few days to interview young men who are interested in meat
marketing. This is a relatively new function of this Company and EnRg shp h
appears to hold exceptional opportunIty for men interested. Experience Announcing a scholarship for the
desirable but not necessary. Call at the office in 201 Mason Hall and research work and study along his-
arrange for an interview. torical lines recently, the Michiganr
3 Sons of the American Revolution
Students, Colleges of Enginiring and Architecture: All students in
these Colleges who are taking courses other than Chemistry and Physics. hope to establish a precedent that
in the College of 'Literature, Science, and the Arts are requested to call f may be followed in the future by 1
at the Secretary's Office, 263 West Engineering Building, at once. other similar organizations, said
Louis A. hopkins, Secretary F.Dr. W. B. Hinsdale custodian of
Micht'yan archeology and promin-d
Organ Recital: Mrs. Margaret MacGregor 'of the organ faculty of : ": ,:. .ent member' of this organization.
the School of Music will give the following program Sunday, May 25, in The scholarship provides a sumt
Hill Auditoiium at 4:15 o'clock. The general public with the exception , : *,>***i*,..... of $600 a year for a period of two
of small children is invited to attend: years. Its purpose is to find outi
Maquire: First Movement from First Symphony; Russell: The Bells more about the part that Michigan
of Ste Anne de Beaupre; Kinder: In Springtime; Godard: Berceuse from ? :_. and the neighboring territory play-
Jocelyn; J. Reubke: Sonata, "The Ninety-fourth Psah." ed in the American revolution. AsI
Charles A. Sink I President Hoover is shown in this telephoto standing beneath the yet very little its known about this
big guns of the new cruiser Salt Lake City, from the deck of which isubject.
Freshman Women: Any eligible woman interested in ushering for he reviewed the fleet off the Virginia capes. The history depament wi I
the Pageant should get in touch with Margaret Keal at 2-1716. have charge of choosing the man
Sophomore Men: Sophomore men in any department who have not GUARD EMPLOYED TO PREVENT BOYS for thisestudy. He will be under
tedirection of Prof. Arthur S
had a check on their health during the year are advised to secure FROM STEALING MUSEUM TURTLESAiton who will help in carryingl
it. You may call the Health Service, Tel. 23248 and ask for an appoint- -ut___k_
ment with your class medical advhcr, Dr. Brace. 'tho the coming of warm t his work.
WVaren E. Forsythe . frogs. Evidently sensing them- y
weather, considerable interest has man will be expected to write a
Coliseum Tennis Courts 'will be for repair until further notice. been manifest in the concrete tank te ert n paper or a book stating all that he
I epartmert back of the University Museum they jump intermittently into the has found out during his research.-
Inkral D mbuilding where, beneath the gaze miniature pond as the slithering This paper will be published by
Hillel Foundation: Students ii'nterestcd in obtaining summer employ- of fascinated spectators, a bevy of reptiles approach too close to them. either the history department or by
ment in Detroit must fill out application questionnaires at the Hillel turtles, snakes, and frogs lazilyy the Michigan Sons of the Ameri-
Foundation before Thursday,' May 30. pass away the time. Ocsoal utesasa hm can Revolution.
Social Welfare Committee While most of the onlookers 'are but they don't mind that. Only It is hoped that by this studyc
__ _____content to merely watch the ani- the snakes cause them alarm. said Doctor Hinsdale, that Michigani
iWENTS TODAY mals go about their weary business The snakes, apparenty masters can fill one of the holes in i'ts his-1
Geography 33: A makeup 0xamination will be held at 4 p. m., May of living, a number of persons, of the biological arena, crawl rest- tory concerning which heretofore,
23 in room 21 A. H. most of them small boys of acqui- lessly around the edge of the pool, very little data has been collected.
R. B. hail sitive bent, have tried to catch the seeking an escape from their un--
amphibians for their own private happy confinement. But their at- Son of Vice-President
Sigma Delta Chi: There will be an important Chapter meeting at (collections. So desperate have been tempts at liberty are in vain; the O
4:10 o'clock this afternoon in the Press building. . A full attendance is their attempts that the Museum wallsof the tank are too high for Quizzed Over Contracts
urgently requested. officials have found it necessary to them "to arawl over. ' j
( B y A s s o i a t d e )
COMING EVENTS station a guard at the pool on Sat- I One of the most interesting speci- CHICAGO, May 22.-An investi-1
English Majors: All juniors who are prospective teahers of English urday afternoons and Sud.urt sofmes in the collection is a huge gation of complaints that certain
should report at 2225 Angell H11, Saturday, May 24, at 9 o'clock and 1t seom appears a contractors sought "influence at1
o'clocl, for the Comprehensive Examination in English. Majors and all all sizes and all ages clinging pre- surface of the water and then only Washington" to gain government
others who expect to do their directed teaching in English are required cariously to slippery logs until the long enough to replenish his air contracts centered today around
to, take this examination. Minors are strongly urged to take it and swishing body of a blue racer supply before another descent to HaIry K. Curtis, whose father is
will ordinarily find it to their advantage to do so. i brushes them off into the water. I the bottom of the pool. vice president of the United States.
A bit more animated are the Many students have been at- Curtis, a Chicago lawyer, was
Part Time Employment: The White Star Refining Co. has oppor- tracted to the collection, some of questioned at length Wednesday by
tunity for several local college men.' Profitable and pleasant work in Gr W J W I Lead them spending hours watching the Pat Roche, special investigator for
spare time. See Mr. Coffin at 412 Ann Arbor Trust Building, Corner I WoodWlLacurious creatures eke out their the state's attorney, who is con-
Main and Huron Sts., between 0 and 12 o'clock Saturday morning, D F iLb lethargic existence. ducting the inquiry. He told of his
D totFlying hbdcting teiqiy H odo i
May, 24,_.._J._A._ursleydealings__with and of legal work
n G eatLakes Trip C. A Fisher toSek donefraro fcoratr,
Sigma Delta Psi;Tiels casfortet are Saturday morning' from "p in Greathe to Speak butone for a group of contractors
SgaDtaPsi. The last clays 0or tests b audymrigfo u declared his part had been
10 to 12 and Monday afternoon from 3 to 5:30. Banquet will be Tuesday, to Parents, Teachers I merely that of an attorney.
May 27, at 6:30 in the Michigan Union. _Deciding on thecourse to be fol-, Therehavebeen no charges,
-_________ - -- lowed by the Detroit Flying club ; While attending a meeting of theRoh
FU L R FN S L A I G R SP N Ei yhirGetLksii ore National Association of Parents oh made cer that any "pull"
FI..EI TR FINDS PLEAS$ING RESPONSE - n their Great Lakes air course nTahr e eaawas ver exercised in behalf of the
11 Gar Wood in his Fokker amphibian and Teachers this week in Denver, contractors; and Curtis said that
TO CIVIC CAMPAIGN FROM STUDENTS ! air yacht will lead the pathfinders Colo., C. A. Fisher, assistant direc- ,n ta e ndingto lacth
on May 26 to such cities as Detroit. to of the Extension bureau, w him in an imnrteamn tnin in to a
F'AMOUS ST AIR WAY ||T
PLACEDON SALE MGLlY PPROVES
LONDON, May 22 -For sale:
The staircase is not an ordinary Elections Will BeConfirmed
Hne. It hadits home in famous
Devonshire House in Piccadilly Different Advisors of
Lhich was torn down five yearsm Various Groups.
tgo to make room for apartments.i
The stairs were removed by the nMUST SPECIFY DEG E
ontractor who has been trying to
ultemfee since f. h (Continued From Page 1)
He admits the beautiful whitelectua_._Degreeprogram__m__
mnarble treads and crystal hand-itfnsecsayorheedso
rails have become an equally beau- ithestudensrma y miteneed
tiful white elephant. For nobody in thepstments having in rkinro
London seems to have pressing need 'merely those who have a vocational
of a staircase that ascends more interest in the subject, but Also
umference of 35 feet. those whose interest is purelyoin
The staircase was famous in Lon- tellectual. Degree programs ma~
don's social circles for half a cen- also be formulated by two or more-
tur The most brilliant of Vic- depart
y" depaments fering wdregre pr
torian jewelled heels trod and the lated fields. t
most famous brocaded trains swept; According to the plansubmitted
its broad steps. t by the committee the fllowing'
procedure shall be used in draft-
Dr et s or combinations of depart-
ENatt ERI 1 NNh oA tsemdeng programs repart-
ments formulating degree pro k
Men in University,' as those leadingg to a profession(
Says Sadler. may necessitate the statement o
rather rigid specific requirement&
(Continued From Page 1) to be met in the first two yea
1 utae preruisitesfor most degreev
1928 assocape dean'of the College rogram.hsibe ste inne
of Engineering and Architecture. general terms. The Curriculu
During leave of absence in 1889, committee, with this matenial
heg eaned mt ghie honr t hand, shall formulate whater
the University of Munich. He is ere e ormsee
the author of "Industrial Photom- necessary." It is expected that per-
etry," "Electrical Measurements, in imps 12 general programs may e
co-operation with Henry Smith Isufficient to lead to a hundredd-
Carhant, and "Revolving Vectors." gree programs.
He is survived by his widow, for- A permanent committee on pra
merly Miss Merib Susan Rowley of Igrams shall be established whieh
Adrian, Michigan, and a graduate 'will have supervision of the admin-
of the University; a daughter, Ger- istration of both general and a
trude, at present Mrs. Carroll B. gree programs. All requests to
Haff of Peiham Manor, New Yorki change from one degree prgrram o
and a son, Robert R. of Bucharest, another must be submitted toth.
Rumania, formerly a member of the committee, and students whose
American Diplomatic service and terests are not satisfactory by aiy
since .1929 representative of the of the regular degree prgrrams lad,
General iotors corporation in Ru- appeal to it.
mrania and ReulgaviangiVectors. _____programs._
Funeral services'will be held at ofgramsshallbesablished
2:30 o'cloc Saturday afternoon at
St. Andrew's Episcopal church in g
Ann Arbor. The Rev. Dr. Tatlck, ant ROWN-ESit
Rectnormerituslof the church, will
conduct'the services and will be as-& ompacy, by,
sisted by the Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis.o-
Prof. Lorch Will Attend i IVSM
Three Meetings in East SECpUpReITItEiS
Prof. Emil lreh, Head of the
l ege of Archiectur s i ah Orders xecuted on a
hree national conventions of arch-
itectural organizations. He will be Of ConservatvE mrgn
present am eetings of the Amei-
can Institute of Arch'itects, the Na- Telephone 23271
tional Council of Architectural Re-
gistration boards, and the Associa- ANN ARBOR TRUST BLDG
tion of Collegiate Schools of Arch- 1st FLOOR
itecture. Professor Lorch is expect-
ed to return early next week.
Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
Brilliant Gala Opening Monday, May 26
Alp Next Week--Every Night Except Tuesday, May 27; 4 mats ues-
day, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 3:15.
BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN
"We are united in -an uncom- 1 ruption which may exist in the na- Toledo, Cleveland, Erie, Buffalo, aIdness that body.
promising opposition to those who, tional government. He declared i Toronto, Port Huron, Sault Ste. During the past year, under Mr.
for selfish, corrupt or ciiminal pur- that the Campaign has met with an Marie, Duluth, Houghton, Mar- Fisher's direction, a program of ex- j
for slihcrutrciilprta e maghsmtwh quette, Sturgeon Bay, Milwaukee, tension courses in parental educa-
poses, seek to control the machin- exceptionally sati'sfactory response Chicago, Muskegon, Mackinac, Bay tion has been carried on through-
ery and personnel of our govern- from the students since its incep- City, and other lake ports. out the state in co-operation be-
ment," Donald Fuller, '99, of De- tion here. At each stop the pathfinders will tween the extension division and
troit, stated in an interview yes- "More than 95 per cent of the discuss final arrangements with the state 'Parent-Teacher Associa-
have the local chambers of commerce, tion. The speech beforetthe na-
terday. students I have interviewed hv arranging mooning, and making tional convention will take the
Fuller is chairman of the advi's- pledged their support," he said. recommendations for handling the form of a report on the success of
ory board of the campaign for good Fuller stated that the campaign planes. Also the cities must offer this program.
citizenship, which is a movement to should be considered less an or- entertainment for the members of
create a larger electorate for the ganization than a movement. The the cruise in order for them to be Married Pair Deadlock
purpose of combatting any cor- plan is to form groups of friends on the itinerary of the air cruise. 'With Vote Each
'A large majority of the cities
who will meet to discuss political mentioned above have already"
Members of Faculty problems, and express their views agreed to do so and are definitelyI(BAsad s
t AtedB nutby voting regularly. An' advisory a part of the log' of the trip. EAST DALLES, One., May 22.-
to Attend Banctuet O A on a Thecrise wlltae pc dr The enfranchisemntofwome
group 'composed of authorities on Tecus wl aepA uust took on a new meaning oa o
All members of the faculty of various subjects will give unbiased inbecthe first three wee time of year Chris Peterson. He learne that
the School of Education and their information to the public. One that the, weather conditions are his wife, Elvina, received just as-
wives will attend the all-faculty branch of the work will be done the most favorable the air-club an- many votes as he did for Repub-
paity to be held May 28, at the on the campuses of the larger col- ; nounced.lcan precinct committee man in
women's Field house. Dinner will leges Of te grups t be frmed East Dalles.
a soiid afte i whi clthderdnc gfthe Mgan w be e, A pet monkey of a Texarkana, They were tied with one vote
scial which will include dancing, the one at Michigan will be the xas, man recently was ounded each. Frank W. Saunders, a third
bridge, indoor golf, bowling, and ; headquarters, he said. when an automobile owner caught condidate, received one vote, but
handball.."University graduates of 1930 s it in his garage and thought it was he declined the position, inasmuch
should have a dominant influence 1 a robber as he is a federal employe.
' 111111 t1 un 1111piupu pusjuion in the r
affair were untrue.
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO-
Studeni. here recently approved t
of a plan to sell beer withian the,
campus grounds. The straw votet
taken indicated a big majority in
favor of the measure.'
LILLIAN COLLETT SHOP
605 East William Street
PpBtR.-T tt-NDE-RSON -
HAS 7THE DITTI NOTION TO
p' - S 'NT '
AMEPLICAS "GREATEST . TrAF;.
MOSCOW-The central commit- in the United States of 1940," Fuller'
tee of the communist party has continued. "Will they accept con- '
ruled that women -must constitute ditions as they are and adopt
at least 20 per cent of the students themselves to those conditi'ons or
in the Sverdlov Communist Uni- will they create new and better
versity here. It trains executives I conditions? In either case they
for large industrial centers in the ! will be the leaders, and the re-
provinces. Isponsibility will be largely theirs."
SAUNDERS CANOE LIVERY
On the Huron River at the Foot of Cedar Street
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