MARCH 27, 1931
MARCH 27, 1931 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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OVER WOR9LD ,WILL
Plan Gathering at Cleveland;
Women to Take Part for
SHORT TALKS PLANNED
Club Projects to be Announced
During General Session
on Second Day.
Final plans have been announced
for the third Triennial of the Uni-
versity of Michigan clubs which will
be held May 22 and 23 when alumni
and alumnae from all parts of the
world will take part in the inter-
The annual spring meeting of the
Alumnae council which usually is
held in Ann Arbor will take placej
this year in Cleveland. It is the
first time University alumnae have
taken part in the Triennials.
Each University of Michigan club
and local alumnae organization is
entitled to one or more delegates
depending upon the number of paid
memberships. Large representa-
tions of alternates and individual
alumni will attend the meeting.
Discussion to Be Held.
Delegates will take part in a ser-
ious discussion of the value which
has accrued to them from educa-
tion at Michigan. Specific fields in
which this education has played a
part are designed to guide the
The first day short talks will be
given with intermittent periods of
discussion., - The second day will be
given over chiefly to the general
Alumni association program. At
this time the various University of
Michigan club projects will be an-
niounced. The years since the last
Triennial, known as the "period of
decision," ends with the Cleveland
meeting, and at that time all clubs
which so far have not indicated
their projects will do so.
Clyde. W. Colby, '11E, general
chairman, has made arrangements
for an attractive entertainment
program which will'supplement the
business sessions. A luncheon will
be held Friday, and. that night
President Alexander G. Ruthven
will talk following the annual Tri-
ennial banquet. Saturday and Sun-
day afternoons will be given over
to a recreational program.
The Cleveland meeting will be
the third Triennial gathering. The
first was held in Detroit in 1925,
and the second in Chicago in 1928.1
WRITER MAY SEEK Health ServiCe Plans HUGE RESERVOIR, BUILT BY ALUMNUS,
SE AT IN CONGESS Enlargenmen of S'taf' TO AID MISSOURI RIVER NAVIGATION
Additional oice iac i beng built Ralph Wood Street Constructs troubles, financial disappointments,
the base c of tne lversity, Artificial Lake to Promote and preliminary tasks such as the
Iealth Service bullciing i permit Snmer Shipping. purchase of nearly 250 square miles
the necessary omployment of an- of land from 1,800 property owners,
other full-time physician, DIl. War- This spring a huge reservoir, relocation of state and county
ren E. Forsythe, director of the known as the Lake of the Ozarks, highways, and geological investi-
unit, explained yesterday. The new will be f1lled with water in prepar- gations. All of this and more was
appointment is t£ be made next etion for the droughts of succeed- done by Street himself.
11l, he said. j mnh hsmaking p ossible 'nb tetume±
'i month, thusn 1927 he contracted with Dillon,
Increased cemands on the serv- continuous navigation in the lower Reed, and company and with Stone
ice were given as reascns for the Missouri river which previously has
addition to the staff. The extra been dangerous during the arid and Webster, Inc. After receiving
£aswill accommodate three rooms summer months. permission from the interstate com-
space This reservoir, the area of which merce commission and the Missouri
directly beneath the witing-roor. at ond level will be 68,000 acres, p u b 1i c service commission for
x k2Besides the doctor's office. there with a storage capacity of 92,000,- transfer of properties and construe-
will be a mental hygiene depart- 000,000 cubic feet, is the work of tion of the entire project, he was
ment and a sterilizing room. 'Ralph Wood Street, '05L, who in able to begin actual operations in
Other alterations in the building, 1912 became interested in power July, 1929. The working crew has
including the removal of the oper- dam project on the Osage river in been constantly increased until the
ating room across the corridor in Missouri. Today it is rapidly at- men employed numbers 4,500.
order that three more beds may bc taming completion at the cost of
added to the ward system, will $35,000,000, states the Alumnus.
Associated Press Photo utilize all the available space in the Street's success in this enterprise,
Ja)mes B_ As l .WP1 present building. says the Alumnus, was replete withII
Son of the late Rep. James B. As-
well, of Louisiana, who may seek
his father's seat in congress at the
next election. At the present time
he is a newspaperman and a fiction
Police Head Resigns
Chicago, Mar. 26.-(A)-The Her-
ald and Examiner says Prof. August
Vollmer has resigned as head of
the department of, police adminis-
tration at the University of Chi-
cago. He returned last Sunday to
Berkeley, Calif., where he is chief
of police. His unwillingness to di-
vide his time between Berkeley and
the university and his dislike of
Chicago weather, were given as the
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