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TfHE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1931

FD[ . VOTE VINDICATES (TI SIGMA RHO TAU
ShYS r .nL OKLA OMA SOLON IPH 1LL TAKESDECISION
SY VC S JEngineering Debate Society Wins
I- T xL yL ,,UOver Detroit Institute.
AP aS i g m a Rho Tau engineering
C rease ance stamp speaker society won a unani-
WAI Appear at Function mous decision over the Beta chap-
caTomorrow Night. ter of the Detroit institute of Tech-
scussesackground,_ nology in its debate on the subject
is of Literature Onec' -each year, the truth and the of governmental opperation of the,
Muscle Shoals project Tuesdayv

avhie ruth about the students and
he faculty of the Law school and
any of the incide which do not
come within the scip ' _ her
f Ynewspapers, are pubiishd by the
students of the school.
Tire occasion for this publication
z sthe a:nual Crease dance and the
p;per will appear tomnorrow night
wrhen the seniors in the school
dance to the music of Griff Morris
and his Clevelanders in the Law-
yeis' club.,
"Ra"' sheet and tablcid are
comb ned in this papcr and this
yar, the leading article will be an
3 account of an Eniglish barrister's
m iinpressions of the Lawyers' club.
Several innovations will also be
Associated Press Photo introduced in the decorative scheme
at the Crease dance tomorrow
Jack Walton, night. The faculty dining room is
Former Oklahoma governor wh to be transformed into a flower
Fas ime ahin9afvera fight' room with roses, palms, and ferns,
was impeached in 1923 after aigtand the large dining room will be
against the Ku Klux Klan, led five ade largeadiningerohmdwihb
candidates for the Oklahoma City made into a lounge lighted with
mayoralty. He will be opposed by candles encircling a lighted foun-
C. J. Blinn in the April 7 run-off.tam. A midnight dinner will be
served to the guests in the recrea-
tion room in the basement.
T heosophical Society_
Produces Milne Play Dr. Carl Guthe Guest
Reading and informal dramatiza- of Los Angeles Club
tion of A. A. Milne's "Michael and Dr. Carl E. Guthe, director of the
Mary" featured the social held by anthropology museum, was the
the Theosophical society last night guest yesterday of the University
in Lane hall. Both members and of Michigan club of Los Angeles.

night in the Detroit Edison audi-
torium at Detroit.
W. P. Putman, president of the
'sscciated Technical Societies of
Detroit presided, and Dr. Lent Up-
con, director of the Detroit bureau
of governmental research; Leroy
Braisted, chairman of the Detroit-
Ann Arbor section of the American
Institute of Electrical Engineers,
mid Perry E. Fellows, engineer-
manager of the Detroit city airport
were the judges.
Detroit had the afftrmative side,
arguing that the government should
take over the operation of Muscle
Shoals, while Leo H. Brown, Ver-
non Prascham, and Earl Griggs, up-
held the negative side of the ques-
tion for Michigan.
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
--Scholarships and aid in obtain-
ing jobs are wanted for star stu-
dents as well as for excellent ath-
letes, was revealed here by a ques-
tionnaire answered by the students
of this university.
~I~~Fi

JURY INVESTIGATION OF SEWERS
ASKED BY DETROIT CITY COUNCIL
DETROIT, Mar. 25.-(/P)-A grand a year of discussion and controversy
Al Tj investigation of Detroit's $100,- about defective sewers The mat-
000,000 sewer system was asked inabudectv.swrs.Th mt'
- a resolution adopted Tuesday night ter first came to light with the col-
Chicago Architect to Consider by the city council. lapse of a part of the $20,000,000
'Psychology of Form' The resolution specifically asked Southfield drain, and new defects
inP Lecture. ' that the grand jury investigate re- have been discovered in this sewer
n u ports of collusion between repre- from, time to time, the last one a
sentatives of the city in the depart- few days ago.
Irving K. Pond, noted Chicago ment of public works and contrac- Two other sewers-the Fort St.
architect, and former president of tors who have built sewers. and Connors Creek drain--have
the American Institute of Archi- The action Dame after more than been filling up with sand.
tects will give the third of his series - --
of four lectures at 4:15 o'clock to-
day in the auditorium of the archi- N-O
.NO W d 2 _. so:00-3:40
tectural building. The subject of SHOWING 7:00-9:00
the address will be "Psychology of
Form."
In the lecture, Pond will describe
the human reaction to mass, de- I
tails, and direction. In the first I
two lectures which were given last
Thursday and Friday, he discussed
the meaning of architecture'
throughout the ages.
Tomorrow at the same time and
place, he will deliver the fourth
and last address of the series on
"Architecture in Education." In -
this, Pond will consider architecture .. I
r ( as a cultural study. - with
Pond is the designer of the Un- 7 E TI FERGUSON
ion, Women's League, and the new
Press building which is now under EXTRA- COMING SUNDAY
construction as well as numerous SECOND CHAPTER "FIGHTING CARVANS"
other buildings which have gained .INDIANS ARE COMING"
renown throughout the world. 1--------

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non-members participated in the I Last week he was entertained by
meeting. , the club in Seattle.

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