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June 05, 1930 - Image 3

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lTHhAV XTJUNE1 5. 1920



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Ten P'rfessors to Givo Lecturej
Series Durin Five
Day Session.
Classes in Varied Subjects Willj
be Offered Following
Many graduates of the University
will take advantage of the oppor-'
tunity to attend classes once more
just as they did when they were'
students when the sessions of the
Alumni University are held the five
days immediately following com-
mencement, according to Wilfred
B. Shaw, director of Alumni rela-!
Ten prominent members of the
faculty have offered their coopera-
tion, each of whom is preparing a
course of five lectures in such fields
as Anerica history, contemporarys
drama, modern art, geology, music,;
investments, heredity, and land-1
scape design.
Ekpect Lirge tnrolhhent
"There are many Alumni," Mr.
Shaw pointed out, "who return to
the University in June for class re-
unions and to attend commence-
ment, who would be glad to have!
a good excuse for staying at theI
University for a few days to renew
old asshiations and to meet old
friends on the faculty. Many of
them are anxious to come into con-,
tact once more with the intellectual
life of the University. Very few
such opportunities, however, exist
for the college graduate once he
has received his diploma. It is
therefor'e expected that many
Alumni will Welcome this opportu-
nity to ° become students once
Varied Program Offered.
The brogram of courses to be
given is as follows: "A New Ap-
proach to American History" by.
Prof. Arthur S. Aiton; "Studies in
Contemporary Drama" by Prof. Os-
cpr J. Campb'ell; "Modern Art" by
Prof. Bruce M. Donaldson; "Amer-
ica and the Far-East" by Prof. Jo-
seph R. Hayden; "Geology in the
Landscape" by Prof. William H.
Hobbs; "The Symphonic Form in
Music" by Prof. Earl V. Moore;
"The Philosophy of Art" by Prof.
DeWitt H. Parker;, "Investments"
by Prof. Robert G. Rodkey; "Hered-
ity and the New Evolution" by Prof.
A. Franklin Shull; "Some Modern
Trends in Landscape Design" by
Prof. Aubrey Tealdi.

F! Hto ne
I I: ~I ; FJiv[i~ ge Formal Ceremonies to be ft T 1 6 M I IG
TV Held Next Year; Coursey
? Washtenaw Society Names Guthe
and Smithe, President A varied program, intended tob
nd;.:.2;:-::Sermore thoroughly acquaint officers
Sawith the duties of commanding
for the ensuing year at the annual I bodies of men, will feature the work
meeting of the Washtenaw Histor- of the local unit of the R. O. T. C.
ical society Monday evening in the next year, according to Major Basil U
w .University Museum. Dr. Carl Guthe, D. Edwards, professor of military
e _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _-_ _ _ __ Idirector of the Museum of Anthro- science and tactics. Drill will be (
held in weekly periods at the Wat- i
pology, was re-elected president, erman gymnasium through the en- a
and Geneva Smithe, secretary of I tire winter, instead of the longero
the Museum, was again chosen se- drill periods on Ferry Field, thats
cretary-treasurer of the society. have been the rule this past year.y
Other officers elected are vice-pres- Through this means all of the stu-p
dent officers will be given thet
ident, Miss Lucy Chapin; custodian, chance to command.
4 I Mrs. Sidney W. Clarkson; and his-; A military cerenony will be held 1
torian, Prof. Carl E. Pray. i by the unit on Armistice day next
' Plans were discussed for the tak- fall from 10 to 11 o'clock in the
gfa r fh ga fmorning. In addition five ceremon-
i ing of a series of photographs of
ies will be staged in the spring; one
old houses and cabins in Washte- on each Thursday during the
naw county. After data has been month of May from 5 to 6 o'clock
secured on the buildings, it is pro- in the afternoon. These spring
posed that the best of the photos ceremonies will probably take the
be issued as post-cards.
Other business included the elec-
tion of the board of directors. two KLENZO
of whom are chosen yearly while
four serve from the past year. Dr. K s
,. ; " .,:, ,: ;: . , :a " ; IJ. M. Osborne and Oscar Eberbach, Keeps tie
both incumbent, were chosen as
Associated Tress Phoi directors. Members of the board I Mouth
serving through are Mrs. John H.
Sixteen lives were believed to have been lost when the fishing Ehlers Prof. Levi D. Wines, Byron
launch "Ameco" with more than 60 passengers aboard capsized during G. Finney and Herbert M. Slauson. KLE N
a sudden squall near Santa Monica, Cal. Life-guards are shown attempt-
ing to revive one of the victims of the disaster. - Many Envy Members
Milwaukee Prepares SOULE TO SPEAK of PolarExpedition j
to Offer Free Beer BEFORE DOCTORS <(ay 'rs) I
CHICAGO, June 4.--Many per-
to Spanish Veterans 'l "Some Recent Advances in Im- "hsons secretly envied members of1
munization" will be the topic of Byrd's South Pole expedition be-
(By Associaled Press) Dr. Malcolm H. Soule of the de- cause they probably thought it
MIWAUKEE, June 4.-Albert J. pwould offer an escape from some
MJorbatheriologywhenheof life's humdrum annoyances.
Obenberger, Wisconsin commander appears before the meeting and Raymond Mercola, 18, a Chicago
of the Spanish War veterans, seeks dinner of the Washtenaw County member of the expedition, however,,
to bring the 1932 national conven- Medical society to be held at 6:30 told a story yesterday to illustrate
tion of his organization to Milwau- o'clock Monday, June 9, in the the fallacy of such a belief. He
kee but insisted before park board Union. said:
members Tuesday night, "We must .1Doctor Soule who has recently tsard
whee Ie The cold Antarctic made some eesteieMcmiain
be allowed to dispense beer in the returned from France where he the fellows yield to queer whims Here s the ide orbinaweet
park if Milwaukee is going to have studied the results of the Calmette- It made one play California, Hereenzo Liud for a sweet,
a chance of getting the conven- Guerin method of immunization I Come' over and over on a talking healthy mouth. Klenzo Dental
tion." against tuberculosis as well as then alkg s Creine for clean, white teeth.'
Commissioner Max Kufalksaid other by-mouth methods of produ- a in nr d re Klenzo Tooth Brushes in 19
that the board in granting permis- 3igimuiywl dsusjhs mad. Finally we grabbed the rec- )
to e ber n e ing immunity, will discuss theseord and smashed it. Then we had styles with bristles gripped ;
sion to sell beer could mn no way be :findings. tetobeo ecig-i e fast. Klenza products are sold
charged with conspiracy to violate; the trouble of teaching ,him a new fs.Klndprdtsreol -
hered with conspiracyws Included in the program will be diversion." only at Rexall. Stores.
the prhbon w.. ~motion pictures concerning diph-
"There is no possibility of getting theria, the teeth and skin.jI i#1#######I#i#1#########lf####1!E#b
beer with more than one-half of au
one percent alcohol content," he RENT A RADIO dsill'sRexall
said. "Federal laws stipulate it MONTROSE, Coo. -(AP)- Ed. RE TA R D OEdil!R xl
cannot be obtained. Since illegal Faast, recently crowned "potato CROSLEYAMRAD Dru Store
beer does not exist in the eyes of king" of Montrose county, raised SHOPS
the law, we are not acting illegally 627.20 bushels of the Bliss Tri- 615 William Dial 22812 208 South Main
by giving permission to dispense umph variety to the acre on
beer of the only kind that exists." gated land. 111#111111##t111 111lllli##IN=' t

form of a parade, a review, an es-
cort to the colors, and a formal
guard mount. The part ilar eate
of each, however, has not as yet
been determined. R. O. T. C. work
will continue to be allowed as a
substitute for freshman gymnasium
Lieutenant RAichard R. Coursey
has been named to succeed Captain
H. B. Turner who is leavilng the
University as drill master for the
Varsity A. 0. T. C. band. Lieutenat'it
Coursey has had Ding experience
n the R. 0. T. C. Work having been
at Georgia Tech., and as professor,
of military science at Holmes In-
stitute in Georgia. He spent two
years in Hawaii, and comes to Ann
Arbor from Fort Howard near Bal-
timore, Maryland. He was gradu-
ated from West Point in Noven-
ber, 1918.

Stuart Chosen Class
Nuisan~ce by ;Senior~
in B~usinkess School
Mock elections marked the final
meeting of the senior class of the
Business Administration schobl on
Tuesday evening. The following
were elected to their respective of-
fices: most beautiful girl, Alice M.
Plough; most popular man, Thom-
as C. Winter; most handsome rhan,
Dwight P. Danyew; best dressed
man, Richard C. $ristol; most stu-
dious man, Albert R. Mott; best
bluffer, Eugehe t. IoWer; and nois-
iest nuisahce, kenneth G. Stuart.
Practically the entire class at-
tended the meeting to cast ballots
for their candidates. In 'most cas-
es those elected Won by a narrow

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