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EAGDE TWO
NOTED EDUCATORS
TO TEAUH SUMMER
SESSIONCOURSES
,Education School Supplements
-Regular Staff by Famous
Teachers of Country.

t MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 30, 1930

F'RIDAY. MAY 30. f~30

HUGE ASSEMBLY OF NATIVES GATHERS AT MAE
AS PART OF PROTEST AGAINST ARREST OF

RAS B
GANDHI
T FORESTRY IMEN
Research Head Discusses Wild1
Life Administration and
Timber Growing.
DATA NEED STRESSED

MATHENY GETS
CHENEY AWAI

RD

PHILI'PPINE FORCES
lOUT OUTLAW BAND
Constabulary Forces Find Fort
Deserted After Bombard-
ment of Two Weeks.

EA$T WELL REPRESENTED
Wrght Grizzell, Haas, Agee,
Inclided Among Visiting I
Professorial Group. . -----------------.---- -- -_
114s:
In adition to the regular mem-
bers of the faculty for the Summer .*
.sssion, the school of education will
have as a visiting faculty group 3
many famous educators from all
sections of the country, ranging in ( y,
position from professors of educa-
tlon in the better universities and
colleges to superintendents of
schools in large cities.,
Arthur Wright to Teach. <: ! b
Arthur D. Wright, professor of
education at Dartmouth college, .s&;- e.
will offer two courses. He has been ( Associated Press Photo
in the professional education field ; Part of a huge gathering of natives on the beach at Madras India, where a demonstration was staged
since 1904. He has been instructor following the arrest of M rhatma Gandhi, leader of th civil disobedienc campaign. Pictu'e of Gandhi shown
in ;summer sessions in several east-, in inset was taken just before his arest
ern universities and was at one
time president of the New EnglandN
Association of College Teachers ofICAPONE REGALES U KNOW N GUEST(j
tdUcai. Prof. E. Drael aCAWITH MINERAL WATER,_PATRIOTISM'il S U BED
h e t ofbPennsylvania ,_ f rpa t e y s en'I T
cha iran of thee yCom s bioneen Welcomed as 'New Business Man present Capone with a fountain 1
Secondary Schools in the Associa- in Community' at Miami pen, welcoming him as "a new bus- I
tion of Colleges and Secondary Good Will Banquet. ; mess man of the community." Ca-
Schools of the Middle States and Ipone responded with thanks for the Marion Nixon, Her Husband,
M4aryland. Prof. Wren J. Grin- (BY Associated Press) gift.Detroiter L 8 75 -n
rtead, who has published many MIAMI, Fla., May 29-Engraved I The guests gathered in the draw- ose ,0 in
tlreatises on educational methods, invitations from "Mr. Alphonse Ca- Pullman Robbery.
undtexts for Latin, also from theF pone" brought several score guests ing room and listened attentively
'University of, Pennsylvania. F. B. (oh a to the music. One artist, an Ital-(B Assoiated Pres)I
Haas, president of the Pennsylvan- to his Palm island estate Wednes- to the micO a rtistnanvItalga PASADENA, Calif., May 29.-
'i an girl with a soprano voice, gave I AAEA ~lfMy 2.
la State Teachers College, has serv- day night for a 'good will' dinner of several nunibers ard was encored Marion Nixon, film star, her hus-
ed as the state superintendent of spaghetti and mineral water and a Repeatedly. Dance music also as band. Edward Hillman, and Robert
schools in that state since 1924. musicale, which combined operatic rovded. G. Le rman , wed robbed
Prof. Kenneth A. Agee, Hount Hol- arias and the highland fling providedof the visitors arrived after G. Lehman of Detroit were robbed
yoke College, completes the group "Scarface Al" whom the Miami the banquet and were greeted fjewelry valued at $7,500 and $575
htihe e n dschool. He authorities seek to force from the cordially by Capone, who expressed in cash by a masked man who Wed-
tg nhe Havad Univhedertand city, was host. Guests exchanged regret that they were unable to nesday night battered his way into
is now the head of the department their R. S. V. P. cardboards at the partake of the dinner. I a Pullman car of the Santa Fe LosI
sat Mount Holyoke. gates of the estate for tiny Amer- Capone's attorneys, Vincent C. Langles-Chicago passenger train,
Western Teachers to Lecture. ican flags designed for the lapel. Giblin and j. v. Gordon, were ob-
The remaining professors come. Brilliant lights turned the pala- ervec entering the estate. R Chieef.
from the middle west. Prof. Earl tial estate into a scene of tropical Ruby Keeler, actress, wife of A;
Hudelson, University of Minnesota, beauty, but the identity of the Director of Goodman j Jolson the singer, also was in the
has taught in many universities guests, who were addressed invita- he
and has published several articles tions "as citizens and business menI Theater Leaves PostcarSe saw the robber in tthe
men o~t hallway, locked herself in her coin-1l
on educational work. Prof. Lydia was a carefully guarded secret. Mi-y
1. Jones comes from Michigan ami Beach policemen patroled the (By Associa rd Press) partment and was not molested.
State Normal College and at pres- outside of the estate, but the cars CHICAGO, May 29 - Thomas The holdup man, described as
ent is the dean of women there. of the guests were driven inside. Wood Stevens has resigned as di- tall and blond, escaped after being
Leslie Ray Marston, president, 1Many did not depart until midnight. rector of the Goodman Memorial in the car for seven mintes. Po-
Greenville College, Illinois, will of- Gathered around a huge ban- ,hlice in Pasadena and Los Angeles
fer courses treating child develop- quet table the visitors heard one of theatre, a position he has held began an immediate search.
ment, a subject in which he spe- the guests make a brief address and since it was founded five years ago.
cializes. Prof. J. P. Everett, West- ~,~' - "Hopeless disagreement" with the 1 -I III I '
ern State Teachers College, Kala- LABOR MINISTRY I theatre committee over the ques-
mazoo, will conduct a course in I tion of "art or profit" was given as
teaching and supervisiion of junior DEFEATS MOTION Ithe reason.
and high school mathematics, his members of the Good-
particular line of work. I Measure of Conservatives Fails man company, including the two'
The three remaining prominent and MacDonald Is Victor. directors, Whitford Kane and D.
members of the visiting group are i
Harold B. Buckley, supervisor of (13 Associated Press) dorsing tevs' sta.ti
commercial education in the Phila- LONDON, May 29-By the grace' - - - -- -
delphia public schools, W. W. Thei- of its own dissenters and 50 Liber- -
sen, assistant superintendent of als who did not vote, the labor gov-
schxools, Milwaukee, and W. G. Carr, ement of J. Ramsay, MacDonald :
assistant director of the research still was safely in the saddle to- 802 South PAckrd;\
division of the National Educa- day. 11:30 TO 1:00
tion Association, who, although af The ministry Wednesday night SaLJMON SALAD
young man, has gained promin- defeated by a vote 270 to 241 a Con-' POTATO CHIPS 25c
enc in the education field. i servative motion of no-confidence j 5:30 TO 7:00
- l asking reduction of the salary of LOIN OF PORK ROAST
J. H. Thomas, lord privy seal and BOILED POTATOES
Firze Beaver S*..peciman1SPNC
minister for unemployment. CH
Sent Here by Warden Twenty-three of the twenty-nine T A S AA T
---- left wing Laborites who refused to T A HSA
In the icebox on the ground floor voice confidence in Mr. MacDon- CUCUMBERS
of Natural Science building lies a ald at last week's parliamentary 35c-
fine specimen of the Michigan beams Labor party caucus voted with the I
ver. The animal arrived yesterday government.
morning, having been shipped to Had the government been defeat-;--
the zoology department by a game ed Conservative victories in two
warden in upper Michigan who bye-elections of the past few days I L 1,. .11
found the carcass lying beside the would have been a factor in predic- l
road evidently killed by an automo- tions of the result of a geneal elec- T
I~~~~ -mm.ASpr

Dr. W. C. Bell. in charge of the
rescarch work of the Bureau of Bio-
logical Survey at Washington, D. C.,
addresscd the students of the
school of forestry and conservation
ye terday morning on the subject,
"The Relationshio between Wild
administration and Timber Grow-
ing."

and for fur gives opportunities for
additional profit in forestry man- 6
agcment. good game administra- Associated Press PhOL9O,
tion seeks to reap this revenue, cap- Limit. William A. Matheny,
italize on the beneficial effects of the Army air corps receives
ri OfthAryarcrsrcie
wild life, and to control the injur- the Cheney awarl for 1929. The
ies incidental to animal population award is confrred annually upon
in forests," stated Dr. Bell. an indivvidual for an act of valor
"Wild life research needs more , in connection with aircraft.
men who will secure data and think ;__
it through to a stage where it will ,A. s. C. E. ELECTS
help humanity and fewerofte hEYER PRESIDENT
Ipiler-up-of-data type of researchlG Y RP E I E T
workers. A good woodsman with a'
scientific viewpoint and fundamen- Election of officers for the com- 1
tal training has the right founda- ing year was held at a meeting of
tion for this work." he added. ( the American Socity of Civil Engi-
"I am interested in the school of ( neers Wednesay afternoon in the
forestry and conservation," said Dr. Engineers' society room.
Bell, "because of the recognition Those chosen as executives were
here that knowledge of these im- John Geyer, '31E, president; IraaI
portant relationships should enter Curtis, '31E, vice president; Dale'
into the training of foresters." Harroun, '31E, secretary and George
While here, Dr. Bell, who is re- Beard, '31E, treasurer.I
turning from a scouting trip in the The society is a student branch
west, conferred with Dean Dana of the national organization, which
and forest zoologists on the staff. is the oldest and one of the best en-
1 gineering societies in the country.
COURSES ADDED i There are 35 or 40 members here,
125 of which will be graduated this
IN HIGH SCHOOL spring.
To be a member, a student must
Edgar G. Johnson, principal of have a 2.2 average in the civil en-
I the University High School, an- gineering department if- a senior
I nounced that several new courses I and a 2.4 average if a junior. In ad-
Fare to be offered to the studentI diti on, he must be elected by the
arex tollbe oeyetothesensmembers.
next fall. A one-year course in The purpose of the meeting Wed-
4 theory of music, similar to the nesday beside that of choosing of-
course in music theory required of ficers was to instruct the graduates
I all freshmen in the school of music, filling out application blanks for
is scheduled for next year. The membershi in the national division
students will have the opportunitym b of th ianSthetyofaCivi En-
to receive instrumental instruction e American Society of Civil En-
in violin, brass and wind instru-
ments from Prof. David Mattern of ~ --- -
tthe music school. L. G. BALFOUR CO.
Through the addition of a new 12I South}University
workshop and studio just complet- FRATERNITY JEWELERS
' ed in which several new pieces of Badges-Favors-Programs
equipment have been added, it has Corkey Stanard, Mgr.
become possible to increase the of--___ ________
ferings in fine arts._:.:_ _
-i
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ONLY ONE SOLDIER HURT
! (BY s i ted Tess>
MANILA, May 29.-Warfare be-
tween the Philippine constabulary
and a band of Moro outlaws in
Lanao province came to an end to-
day with the flight of the Moros
from their mountain fort in which
they had defied the government.
since May 7.
Col. L. R. Stevens, district com-
mander of the constabulary in
Lanao, telegraphed headquarters
here that the Moros fled Wednes-
day night, after the government
troops had withdrawn from their
first attack.
From dawn to nightfall the
Moro fort withstood a bombard-
ment from the constabulary's mor-
tars. Gas and rifle fire backed up
the mortar attack. The Moros re-
plied with shotgun and rifle fire
and the constabulary, fearing a
possible right counter-attack, with-
drew to Dansalan, the provincial
(capital. One member of the con-
stabulary forces was shot in the
leg. The Moro casualties were not
determined.
The governmentrtroops entered
the insurgents' fort this morning:
to find it deserted. The rebel sultan
Mamur, who is wanted by the gov-
enent, and his followers, includ-
ing Datu Ganashi, had fled. Other
Moro forts also were fbund unoc-
cupied and the populace app;eared
friendly to the government. No
further trouble was anticipated.
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