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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, FMRUARY 27, 1930

TH~ MICHICAN flATLY 'T'UtJRSIYAY. FF~flI WARY 27. 1930

T MINENT CATHOLIC PRELATE IS DEAD I
DUN TO . TIID OAFTEROERATION FOR APPENDICITUS
tO D TI lI'y A FAssTociatedERes) M e.sfa thr was Spanish am
:[O4.OM,,r26-adna er bassador to 'the Court of St. JTames
*U * ~ EDel Val, former papal Secretary of when the future cardinal was born I
NE I State and in recent years Arch- in London in 1865. That post is
1L!E I U priest of St. Peter's, died today aft- now held by the. Cardinal's brother, Ric
er an operation forappendicitis. Alphonso Merry Del Val. The broth-
TheCardinal, who was 65 years re grandsons of a British wo-
Geology Professor Has Been old, was stricken suddenly yester- man.
Gone From Ann Arbor Two day and grew worse during the Following his education at the H
Years on Expedition. night. Finally an operation was Jesuit College of St. Michel Brus- HE
deemed necessary and this was per- ses Rafael was selected by the
IS ECND N OMM NDformed by Prof. Bastianelli.- The Court of Madridt as pivate tutor ; D
IS, SECONIN COMMAND -Cardinal was resting comfortably to King Alfonso XII. When his 1o0n,
this afternoon but was suddenly father was appointed Spanish Am- thei
Gould Has Studied Mountainous stricken with a heart attack. bassador to the Holy See, RafaelI nua:
Regions of Little America; The Cardinal's death, which accompanied him to Rome and en-
Noted for Dogsled Trip, closelyfollows on the heels of the tered the Gregorianstniverity to B
death of Cardinal Perosi, secretary for the priesthood. At24Bat
Lawrence Gould, of the geology of the Constoria1 Gongregation, he was ordained, and retained at vers
last Saturday, now leaves the Col- the Vatican on special service for sche
department, University of Mihi- lege of Cardinals with' 32 so-called Pope Leo XIII.
gan member of the Byrd Antarctic foreign Cardinals and 28 Italians. Although one of the youngest the
,xp dition, will be back 'in Ann Cardinal Merry Del Val, who'cele- prelates in the Papal household, he citie
Arbor the early part of June, indi- brated the twenty-fifth anniversary i was entrusted with many import- the
cated Prof. William H. Hobbs, of of his entry into the College of ant missions to foreign lands. He'L
Cardinals in 1928, was Secretary of attended Queen Victoria's golden lear
the geology department, shortly ateunderpope Pius jubilee and was Papal envoy at the tal
afteir hearing of the departure of Cardinal Merry Del Val was of coronation of King Edward VII pro
the expedition from Little America, noble Spanish Wirth. From boyhood' In 1896, Merry Del Val proceeded Sch
Antarctica he was acquainted with environ- as Papal delegate to Caiada to re- ana
Gould, who is an assistant pro- ment and the splendor of the' Holy port on the adjustment of the ed E
fessor of geology, has been away Canadian bishops as to separate last
from Ann Arbor for two years. HeI oHr atholic schools ir Manitoba. Based
left Los Angeles with the expedi-1 sygy on his report was Leo XIII's fam- B
tion on Oct. 10, 1928, arriving at She pard Review Books ous letter to the Catholics of Can- her
:the headquarters in the Antarctic r <"P ada, an exposition of the princi- jma
Dec. 30. He has been official ge- At the regular meeting of the ples underlying Catholic education. in
ologist of the party, and second-in- Psychology Journal club, Tuesday Succeeding Cardinal Rampollo as coll
command to Commander Byrd night in the Natural Science build- Pontifical Secretary of State in Oc--
himself. ing, Prof. John F. Shepard, of the tober of 1903, Merry Del Val; then _
The long dogsled trip, on which psychology department reviewed titular Archbishop of Nicosia, ws
Gould led the geological party two of the current books dealing preconized Cardinal. His term of
through the Queen Maud mountain with brain and behavior. The first ofice ended with the death of Pius
range, recorded some very valu- was, "Brains of Rats and M4en" by X, 11 years later. Benedict XV, who
able data. Investigation of 'rock G. Judson Herrick and the second had for a time been his subordi-
along Mount Nansen revealed - was, "Brain Mechanisms and Be- nate assistant Secretary of State,
vein of coal, and Gould also studied havior" by K. L. Lashley. The last made him Archpriest of the Vati-
'the geological features of the en- is a report of =original experiments can Basilica.
tire range. The dogsled trip in it- with lesions of the brain and the
self was a great acconiplishment, resulting behavior. These experi- UNIVERSITY QV PITTSBURGH
for it was 1200 miles long, the long- nents were caried on, particular- -Faculty members of this Univer-
est of 'its kind ever undertaken in . y, with rats in mazes and puzzle sity are fast succumbing to the lat-
Antarctic regions. boxes.I est craze, tap dancing.
Gould was born in Lacota, Mich.,
in 1$96., His studies at Ann Arbor S
were interrupted by the war, duir- LAST TIMES shows at
Ing'which he served with the Amer- 2:00-3:30
T Yan forces on the Italian and :DA:00-9:00
French fronts, but he graduated
bi e",ho aduetIee SALLY O NEIL-J OHN MACK ROWN
with a bachelor of science degree SALe ELJO N M C R W
in 1921, received his master of arts
degree in 1923, and his doctor of
science degree in 1925. In 1926 he -
'accompanied Professor Hobbs on
his Greenland expedition, and in
the following year was second-in- 5e.
command to George Putnam on his O *.
$affin Bay expedition. In 1928 he
received the Henry Russell award ISADIO
for outstanding achievement. . _-4 i tu
Although no definite plans have -
been made'yet, it is expected that Also
there will be a reception to honor j ADAM'S EVE" WOODCHOPPERS"
Gould when he returns to Ann Ar- ALL TALKING COMEDY A FABLE
bor.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
-Janitors .have been complaining
because .students slide down thelE
banisters instead of walking down K
the stairs. The janitors have sug-
Bested a . "no-sliding-down-the -
'banister" campaign in an effort to - WHAT WHAT
remedy the situation. A
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You laughed aplenty at "The Cock
Lenses and Frames Made to Order Eyed World." but-you do't know
Optical Prescriptions Filled what side-splitting mirth is until you
see that hilarious pair-
HALLER'S A
( Appointments
STATE STREET JEWELERS
CLARK ;.
__McCULLOUGH
in Policy
IRAE THE ATRE "ALL STEAMED UP" ',2:50

P 1 ' fl E IIT iCURRENT EVENTS IMPORTANT PART
I ID NL FI~ IS OF HISTORY, SAYSPROF..SLOSSON
"Students of history should re- for the greatest variety of ques-
TLND mEEIC gard the Current Events contest of tions on the greatest variety of sub-
March 4 as being a natural part ofjt
kert, Brown, Lyons Take Part their work," stated Prof. Preston "The daily newspaper habit is the
in Winter Meeting at W. Slosson of the history depart- best preparation, but even so cath-

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natte CreeK.
LD AT "POST TAVERN'
octors Rickert, Brown, and Ly-
and Dean Marcus L. Ward of
dental school, attended the an-
J winter meeting of the south-
tern Michigan dental society at!
tle Creek yesterday. The Uni-
ity's representatives w e r e
eduled to take part in the pro-
m which followed a banquet at
Post Tavern. Dentists from allj
es in the southwestern part of
state, attended the meeting.
eaving on Saturday for New Or-
ns, Dr. F. B. Vedder, of the den-
schoor, will be a speaker on the
gram of the Loyola Dental
ool of Loyola University, Louisi-
. Dr. Vedder will speak on "Fix-
Bridge Work." The meeting will
the entire week.
UTLER COLLEGE - Students
e have recently voted in vast
ority for campus, dancing, stat-
"no college dances except on
ege property."

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men~11u. - rroiessor tos is amemli- olic an examination will probably
ber of the local committee, headed ask little about the comic strip page,
by Prof. John L. Brum of the, the real estate and sporting sec-I
journalism department. "History tions, and the sensational crimes.
is, no less history because it is re- The points that the contestant
cent." continued Professor Slosson sho
"and the events of the last twelve- shuld concentrate on are; the
month, which is the period covered texts of simportant new laws, trea-
by the contest, are doubly interest- ties, and presidential proclama-
ing to all of us because so much of tions; editorials and leading arti-
real importance has taken place." cles that sum up tendencies in pol-
Professor Slosson stated that he itics and commerce; and associated
had not yet seen the questions press dispatches of important for-
which will be asked,, but advised eign news.
that they will be, as last year, very "Such items are often conveni-
c'dmprehensive. The scope of in- ently summarized for the student in
formation "necessary will be large. current events periodicals, such as
In range, the questions will cover The Outlook, The Literary Digest,
foreign and American affairs. The Current History, the weekly edition
various topics will include political of the London Times, and many
and economic events, and in rarer other magazines. To correct a hazy
proportion, scientific discoveries, idea about some foreign govern-
and notable happenings in the field ment as it is at present, such ref-
of sports. The three types of ques- erence annuals as The Annual Reg-
tions will be those of the general ister, The American Year Book, The
essay form, those concerning short International Year Book, The
topics on prominent men or events Statesman's Year Book, and The
and those of the "spot". type for World Almanac should be'employ-.
single sentence identifications. ed. In between the monthly pub-
"Consequently," averred Professor lications and the annuals, useful
Slosson, "the candidate best pre- articles may often be found in such
pared will be the one who is ready quarterlies as Foreign Affairs."

BUTLER DEMANDS
IU g L U
DRY LAW REPEAL
Columbia University President
Reiterates Plea Before
Senate Inquiry.
GERTY 1ALSO TESTIFIES
(Special to T i Daily)
WASHINGTON, Feb. 26.-Renew-
ing their attack on the dry laws,
opponents of prohibition today 8p-
ened their next to last day oftes-
timony before the House Judiciary
Committee with the presentation
of a statement by Nicholas'Murray
Butler, president of Columbia Uni-
versity, demanding outright repeal
of the Eighteenth Amendment on
the ground that it con'stituted an
invasion of the Constitution.
Dr. Butler, long an outstanding
figure in the educational and'pb-
litical world, was unable to appear
personally and George S. Graham,
° chairman of the committee, had
'his statement incorporated in the
record.
The university head urged a re-
turn to state control of liquor, con-
tending this would not be difficult,
as state statutes dealing with the
question again could take force.

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