THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1931
Begin ress Building
CONTRACT iN NE
Lovering and Longbotham Will
Erect New Plant; Chicago
Architects Made Plans.
OVER 15 BIDS RECEIVED
.Jniversity Buildings, Grounds
Department Gets Contract
for Additional Work.
Work on Michigan's new $180,000
Press building will begin the middle
of next June, Prof. Edson R. Sun-
derland, chairman of the Board in
Control of Student Publications,
announced yesterday. The contract
for the project has been awarded
to Lovering and Longbotham, Ann
Arbor contractors and builders who
constructed the League building.
More than 15 contracting firms
presented bids on the general con-
struction of the new building and
the low figure offered by Lovering
and Longbotham was $66,385. Pond,
Pond, Martin and Lloyd, Chicago
architects who designed the Union
and the League buildings, drew up
the plans and specifications for the
ARCH ITECT S' PLAN FOR NEW PRESS
PLANT TO BE BUILT NEXT SUMMER
;3a( F A R,
Business Adiinistration SchoolI
Professor Writes Study of
Country's Unit Banks. i
Two publications will be issued
next week by the bureau of busi-
ness r eearch i. the basines ad-
H EAD BOARD
N ARBOR TO HEAR
Student Problems of Religious
Creeds to be Analyzed
in Emphasis Week.
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ly especially in China and Japan,
At the present time he is director'
of religious activities at North-
Named as Best Medium
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NEW YOR,, Feb. 18-Newspapers
have outstandin advantages over
other advr isin vehicles in speed
and action and furnish the best
medium for te rust company,
Cha res H. M aho.assistant vice
president of «he First National bank
of Detroit, Tuesday told the mid-
winter conference of the trust
comp n v o American Bank-
BUILDINfI0lTHE BOARD INONTLOFSTUDENT PUBU ATION NN
Shown here is a drawing by Po
tects who designed the Union andI
building, which will be started in Ju.
of The Daily, Gargoyle, and the Mich
linotyping equipment of The Daily.
been awarded to Lovering and Long
be supplied through these tunnels.
The larger rooms of the interior
will be finished with cork floors and
with sound-deadening ceilings. The
walls of the rooms will be of glazed
tile and the floors of the staff rooms
will be finished in patterned tiles.
__re6AAN SR ca c ... pom E8 i3)
nd, Pond, Martin and Lloyd, archi-
League buildings, of the new Press
ne. The building will house offices
Ziganensian, as well as the press and
The contract for the building has
botham, an Ann Arbor firm.
Others Present Bids. V- - N 1- _- I
Teg ers contBtds . Because of the recent depressionC
The general contract does not in- inthe business world the contracts Ash Wednesday Services Initiate
iclude the plumbing, heating and were obtained at unusually advan- 40-Day Period of Penitence
electrical work, all of which was tageous terms, Professor Sunder- in.Roan. Caholic Church
awarded to the Buildings and land said. Roman, Catholc Church.
Grounds department of the Ujniver-
sity which is also doing such work Is Similar to League. (h, ,Associatd Press)
in the new Legal Research build- The plans for the project call for ROME, Feb. 18.-Ash Wednesday,
ing. Twelve firms bid on the plumb- a building similar in interiore ap- beginning of Lent, was ushered in,
ing and heating and six bid on the pearance to the Union and the this morning in all Rome's 4001
electrical work. These contractors League. It is to be more than 125 churches, the priests placing the
do not include electrical fixtures feet wide and will face on Maynard blessed cinders on the foreheads off
and switchboards, screens, seeding street. the faithful lined along the altar
and planting, and architects' fees. A metal cofferea cupola will rails.
When completed, the building crown the two-story building over "Remember man, that thou art
'and the site on Maynard street op- the entrance, enhanced by the ad- dust, and to dust thou must re-
posite the Helen Newberry resi- dition of leaded windows and iron turn," the officant recited, in Lat-
dence, where the new building will grills. Stone ornamentation is pro- in, to each recipient of the sign of
be constructed, will represent an in- vided for the entire structure and mourning. Solemn music featured
yestment of more than $150,000 ex- the entrance will be on the north the few high masses sung.
clusive of equipment. This entire end of the front of the building. Romans always turn out in good
sum has been raised by the stu- The first floor of the interior pro- force for this initial service of the
dents of the publication staffs dur- vides space for two offices, a com- penitential period, although Ash
ing the last 20 years and the build- posing room, a paper store room, Wednesday itself is not a "holy day
ing will be the finest of its type and the press room. Provision is of obligation," requiring attendance
anywhcrce in the country. made for the installation of at least at mass. The day marks a lull in
:exterior of Stone. five linotype machines and a Lud- all entertainment and general fes-
The eterior of the building will low machine, used in the casting of tivity, to be broken only at "mezza
he of cut stone and brick construe- the advertisements. quaresima," better known as mi-!
tion and tUe interior will be almost Will Spend $20,000 for Equipment. careme, which this year falls on
entirely fireproof. No wood is to be The second floor will be given Thursday, March 12.
used in tie interior with the ex- over entirely to the ofiices of the ---- --------- -
ceptlon of some of the doors and student publications. Two small Press building will be moved to the
fittings. It will be provided with rooms and a large general office are new quarters.
heat, light and power from the to be included. Work will be completed and the
University heating plant through More than $20,000 will be s'ent building will be ready for occupa-
the 'eating tunnels. Compressed for equipment for the new buildin'l'. tion by the fall of 1932, Professor
air and hot water will probably also The flatbed press now'in use in the Sunderland stated.
nminht? ion school, it :as an-;
nouincecyestrda y. 1Thcy are ' .Man-
agement of Unit Banks," by Prof.
Charles L. Jamison, and "'A Prob-
lem in Businees Policy." the fourth
in a series of Michigan business
Professor Jamison's bulletin, con-
taining a study of the management
policies and profits of unit banks,
is confined particuiarly to banks
which are not members of the Fed-
e r a 1 Reserve system, concerning
which there is little other publish-
He presents in the study a ser-
ies of comments on standard prac-
tices in unit banks, and gives aj
detailed survey of bank revenuesl
and expenses. The publication also,
offers answers to such questions as,
"How small may a bank be and!
still earn satisfactory profits?"
"A Problem in Business Policy"
deals with the affairs of the Stod-
dard Stove works, a company man-
ufacturing ranges, showing a his-
tory of twenty years of operation,
ending in an operating d e fi c i t
which requires changes in all de-I
partnents of the organization.
What's oing On
Majestic-Beatrice Lillie in "Arej
You There," with John Garrick andI
Baclanova; also "Laurel and Hardy
Michigan -- Edmund Lowe and;
Leila Hyams in "The Part Time
Wuerth-Joe Frisco and Lila Lee
in "The Gorilla."
Oratorical Association - Grand
Duchess Marie of Russia on "My
Old-World Background for a Mod-
e-n Life," 8 o'clock, Hill auditorium.
Univer'sity Lecture - Dr. Robert
Hegner on "The Invisible Fauna of'
the Human Body," 4:15 o'clock, Na-
tural Science auditorium.
Engineering Schoal -Prof. Boris!
A. Bakhmeteff on "Advanced Hy-
draulics of Open Channels," 4
o'clock, room 348, West Engineering
building, and "Hydraulic Engineer-
ing in Russia," 8 o'clock, room 445,
West Engineering building.
iestern univelrsity.He will be with TA COjMPLE TED
the Wesleyan group.
/ TheHon. J. Stitt Wilson will be ON C L D HEAL TH
at the Presbyterian church. He is
ra graduate of Northwestern univer- Finidings of edical Scciuon of
Asiy and is at the present time a
prominent figure in the Labor party OOVe (oi 1rencc frdwn,
in Great Britain. He is a former ' -
mayor' of Berkeley. Calif.
In connection with the period, WAS-INTON, Feb. 18. -Data
Joseph A. Bursley, dean of students, from the lics of more than 177,000
said.childctin f'ueday will go under the
"The program for Religious Em- microscope 01 the medical section
ssoc?a ted (dshto phasis week cannot help having of the White I-louse child health
James C. Stone good results. The fact that all the conference.
Vice-chairman of t h e federal religious interests are combining in The physicians' group will gath-
farm board, and noted authority the effort and that it has the sup- er here to draw its report to the
on agriculture, who has been men- port of a considerable body of stu- residnt. ile other sections of the
tioned as the probable successor to dents makes it significant." confetence already have turned in
Alexander Legge, present head of The arrangements have been un- most of their recommendations.
the body der the direction of three commit- Dr. Phillip Van Ingen of New
Lees. They are one on student con- York, ehairmai of the committee
tact which includes Rev. Allen J. for medical care, sid today the
Babcock, L. F. Passmore,' F. W. group's work covered white, Negro
Boesche. William Kand Indian children and their
CKearLs, Alen health problems in all sections of
Cheever, Katherine Wilcox, AlbertteUnedttts
Donahue, Ruth French, Katherine the U oited tes
wVan Zoren, Bertha Howard, Jane po dvihti el
56 il IU IYearnd, Byron Novitsky, Josephine ,
---Stearn, and Edward Skae. uo our Negro citizens and the facili-
Says oistoi Would be Pained is e Faculty relations committee ties to meet them, he said. It has
b~ Man c s ofPt sis composed of Ralph R. Johnson,areotnhalhcdiosad
by any Acts o Rssia Rober Reed, Josep Akau facilities among the Indians.
Present Government. Peoples, Alvin N el le r Geraldine
Grover, Gertrude Cook, George Al- RIGHT SPOT
Tolsloi would be deeply pained by der, and Katherine McMurray. The iGH2 T ACKAR SPTEE
many of the activities of the Soviet publicity committee comprises Rev.
government if he were active in Howard R. Chapman, T. Hollister TODAY, 5:30 to 7:30
Russian social life today, is the be- Mabley, Donal H. Haines, Richard LIVER WITH BACON
lief of Prof. Clarence L. Meader, of Purser, and Walter Wilds. HAMBURGER STEAK, FRIED
the Latin department, who spoke ONIONS
yesterday afternoon from the cam- STUFFED HEART
pus broadcasting studio. ! evotees o Checkers, ROAST BEEF
He would strongly condemn the l Chess Will Form Club ROAST PORK, JELLY
imprisonment, exile and executions MASHED OR AU GRATIN
whic tie SoietPOTATOES
which the Soviet g o v c r n m e n t The formation of a University SPINACH OR PEAS
thinks it necessary to inflict upon chess and checker club will be un-S A 5 E
its enemies, he stated. Professor dertaken at a meeting to be held WE DFLIVE c PHONE 8241
its enemies, he stated. at 8 o'clock tonight in room 302 of
"But when it comes to the eco- the Union.
nomic ideals of the Bolsheviks, Students and faculty members,
which involves the extinction of all those in charge said, would be eli-
classes based upon economic ad- gible for membership. A constitu-
vantage," he said, "it would coin- tion will be submitted and persons
cide with the professed ideals, if interested in either game will be 2:00-3:40-7:00--9:00
not the aEtuol cundu?; of the So- given an opportunity of becoming NOW PLAYING
vic't governmment." charter members.
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Out go the lights. On go the thrills. In comes the gorilla. And up in
the air go Mulligan and Garrity, the two detective nitwits who see all,
hear all and know nothing. It's a riot of fun and mystery!
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