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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY'''

THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1931

THE MTCHTCXAN P ATLY THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1931

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SPENCER OFI' '~EORSh
AMNN F E iL EN

Hf00VER RETURNS FROM VACATION, j RIE P1CCTI UNIVERSITY NEWS BREAKS HANDLED only former humor writer who has
FIT AGAIN AFTER BASKING IN SUNM liiE IIVL ', BY CORPS OF 10 CORESPONDENTS taken to straight news. Lawrence
HI~ii - __ _ R Klein, 30, formerly known as
Two National News agencies, whoe father' is the Dtroit New "Lark" of th Rolls columtoa
:IIL I[ [ I1f Six Metropolitan Papers 1erso~~n W igo.peet h oeoBae p
HaeOfcekdnhuUymmeri ersent-, Gomber, '32L, went to Pris with
xr [redveickfFihes toeDeliveramong rite Ccorrespondns for I he debating team when a snior,
Pasfn ek ero By S. B. C. out-of-town pa per, Prof Waldo and commenced hs newspaper ca-
Pa Meek SermonThat nc'wsevenau. concerning the A lbb , o tc , g g~sh earitment, reer by staying there as a member
Unvest are worth more than; ~ ~ rw nw o h of the Paris Chicago Tribune staff
Tongh. ctyNew York is ms. c . 1L B u'ce
Re.R dadSye,~tQparsing mention in meiroilitan '32, former member of the Grandc for a year. With his brother. Lou
First Baptist church, preached last newspapers throughout the Uited Rapids Herald stff, and Jack Pck- Gombeg, '3IL, Wo writes spots
States is evidenced by the excep- ering, '31, represent the second na-istories, hie coves Ann Arbor for the
a t night at the union Fa. sion week tional number of correspondents tional press service, the United Detroit Times. And Arthur J. Bern--
service in he First Prebytecrian located in a town the size of Annl Press, as well a the Detroit Free stein, '31, reprsents th' Chicago
chuch Rv. . . urth f heArbor. One faculty member, two Pess and the Chicao Tibune. Heald-Examine, omlting the
Evep'eica curc, pe-"professionals," and seven students Si oeneld, however, is not the :list.
Cavr write for two national press ser- ---_____-_______ ___ -____
~'' "........sided and Mario Cappelli, Italian- ices and six newspapers ma intain _____________
orr.Ameriman tenor, was the solOist. offices here.
Today, the Ann Arbor churchesI "Steve" Stephenson, represens- 2:0:4
:ntr poxte inl fh ive of the Associated Pess, is the TRIG-zot34
prooldest in length of service, having TDA
e'itn Hoy Tirs~cay, ood7:009:00
t. Ln tii prio, Hly Tu~i,, y, oodbeen stationed in Anni Arbor sine
r Fiday, and Saturd .y, nd many 1923. A native of Iowa, he was ___ ka.
of the churches -re pa -ing 5pne-night editor of the Des Mloines Reg-amndulofetti-
Crimme services for each of the thr a ister the night the story about th e flo entwiht ertsstars"
me) withth geaessar
days. sinking of the "Titanic" cae~ of stage ard screen in the
/Tonight's union service will be at through, the greatest news story j rnia roles!
,.". ?' the First Congregational church that ever broke, in his estimation.,d
when Br. Frederick B Fishe, of !After leaving Iowa he was connect- As
the First Methodist Episcopal ; ed with the Asociated Press until
::";: church will preach. Rev. Allson 1914, when he became a member of Thi:"e.;{ IDAChAtE
s;; kRay Heaps, of the First Cnrega- I Dake university. INAN AR
tional. church, will preside at the Alle .Sonil,'8 hni
meein.3cllge was managing dtooal,
ty sThe week's ceremonies will be Gargoyle, meimber of The Da .. V fA Kc~f~
.,..; climaxed tomorrow in the after- staff, Druids, Quadrangles,,
r~noon and evening services in seven and Meese. He now represents theI\
lineof the city's chu rches. l'omiorrow's Detroit1'News in Ann Arbor. Hie is
r, : ┬░union service will be held from l2 assisted by M artin S. Hayden, '33, _ _ _ __ _ _ _- r~N~~ UN ) ~ - _ __ _ _ _ _
Associated Press Photo to 3 o'clock at the First Methodist GEORGE KRAY " -Eisoalcurh hregus mn n acadl.he"
Episcopalwam church. nd loThreeoe gueiclltfimm-anBANCRFT FRANCIS i cn.~~ae
Brozedby armsunray an lokin moe pysiall fi ta sters will be present at this meet- SAND-GRAVEL ~- - ~-
he hs inthe ls w er rsdn Hoover returned home after a ing, Rev. George D. Jeffrey, of the WASHED,_SCREENED
brie Caibban cuis onthebattleship Arizona. He is shown as he Scovil church in Detroit, Rev. Ralph W SESREE
came ashore at Old Point Comfort, Va. D. Kearns, of the First Presbyterian ALL SIZES, ' 's et
-________ ________ _ _--- - church in Flint, and Bishop Thom- CALLIT QUALITY. ____
I as Nicholson, from Detroit. CL
JUL rg~or standing elected by the Senate co 11
IIUU N~ ii. Ii U U J Coedmbythee NomnigBard. elet- anyplaces of o hettbusiness will b lsdfr_ - __
U N CL P OP S'ers oftheNoStn BadMstae-the three hour period tomorrow af- KILLINS GRAVEL CO.
[,Council shall be appointed by the ternoon. _ , A~pt tg
'resident with approval of the'Sen
GO E Na g ite Committee. C- ----. -- ______- Gl lbBlsadBg
(Continued from Page 1) ""The Senate Cmmtte BhaicyGlC ls alesaGod BallKid
have sole legislativepoe relative BcceWelGoso l id
be composed of seven members of to student activities. 1
the faculty appointed by the Presi- "The Senate Committee s h a 11 Tennis Racquets and Balls
dent of the University and seven elect from its membership a stand- 417' Huron
members of the student body, with ing committee for student disci- We reaowencBdalldeseroodos
the Dean of Students presiding. pline, to be composed of three stu-Weaen wicu ngds rtnor
The student members of this com- dents and three ..faculty members -noon luncheon.
mittee shall be the President of the with the Dean of Students presid- General Hardware, Kitchen, Glass,
Michigan U n i o n, the Managing ing. This committee shall hear all Noon Plate Luncheon
'Eident of The MStudentDaly te'student disciplinar. cases adSandndts75cyand China Ware, Cutlery, Electric
Presden oftheStuentAdmin is- decision shall be subject to anap-5c n 7cI
trative Council, the President of the peal to the Disciplinary Committee Evening Steak Dinner Goods, etc.
Women's League, the Chairman of of the University. 75c, $1.00, ,$1.25
the Judiciary Council of the Wo- 1 "The St ud e nt Administrative
men's League, and two students of Council shall be responsible to the
senior standing electecd by the stu- Senate Committee for the admin-IL-1 u 3 te 77i~rI no. C F scher Co.
dent body at large at the spring istration of all general studntac
election. Candidates for thef latter tivities and for the execution of 41 uo a anna ahntnWshgo zi-
two positions are to be sel- ted by all other powers delegated it by the 47Hrn. ~ ~ Mi near aintn sigo
Nominating Board to be cot :oos- Senate Committee" - T.. near Main .('.uAU~
ed of three students and four e - - .---..----..----- --- _-- - - - -
ulty members elected by the Sena. i1I?&

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Committee from its own member- 3JOclaasL- rIrW anlzu Eil
ship at its first meeting in the sec- 7 ?ars Meader Lecture!
ond semester.
"The Senate Committee shall es- Pi. Clarence Meader, of the
tablish a Student Administrative Sansks it department, addressed the ,
Council in place of the present Stu- Michigan Socialist club last night'
dent Council. The president of th;Ls on "The P,_, ,e of Co-operation in
Council shall be a student of sen- Moderu' ScienG."'.c Thought."

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