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April 04, 1931 - Image 2

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Junius E. Beal Ralph Stone
Regent of the University, who, Menbers of the Board of Regents,
with Regent Ralph Stone, is a can- w is running for re-election on
didate for re-election at the state- th Run ice inrhe elec-
wide elections on Monday. the Republcan ticket i the elec-
Regent Beal was born in Port Hu- tions to be held next Monday.
ron on Feb. 23, 18m0. Since his Regent Stone was born in Wil-
graduation from the University in mington, Del., Nov. 20, 1868. In 1889
1882, he has served as a newspaper- he graduated from Swarthmore col-
man, printer, and public utility exe- lege. He then took up the study
cutive. During his college days, he of law under Anthony Higgins, then
was editor-in-chief of the Chroni- United States Senator from Dela-
cle. For 25 years he was engaged in ware. After one year, he came west
the printing and publishing busi- and entered the Michigan Law
nessness in Ann Arbor, and was also school, graduating in 1892 with an
for 10 years manager of the Port LL: B. degree.
Huron Gas company. He has been After practicing law for a while
connected with the Ann Arbor with former Congressman Byron
Light company and the Ann Arbor McCutcheon in Grand Rapids, he
and Ypsilanti railroad. joined the Michigan Trust com-
In the field of politics, Regent pany as trust officer, and in 1901
Beal has been a life-long Repub- was appointed state bank examiner.
lican, and was one of the presiden- Regent Stone entered public life
tial electors in 1888. He also served during Gov. Hazen S. Pingree's sec-
as a member of the state legisla- ond term, serving as the governor's
ture from 1905-1906, and was a private and military secretary. On
member of the public domain com- April 2, 1923, he was elected Re-
mission from 1909 until 1919. gent by a plurality of 235,736 votes.

U RI eague of N\ations meeting
Michigan o Kepresent England, iregular TULATSioFmengM
Bulgaria, and India this year in order to give students
an idea of the manner in which
____ on April 24. such problems are handled.
Motor Company Balance Sheet The other three questions which Second Publication of .Michigan
Shows Over$00,000,000 Final preparations a r e being will be discussed are the Briand Journalist' Contains Array
made for the University's participa- proposal for a United States of Eu-
Despite Depression. tion in the annual League of Nations rope; the world-wide economic d- nterviews,tems.
Model assembly, to be held at Hills- rp;tewrdticeooi e
NEW YORK, April 3. -(Pl)--The dale, Mich., April 24 and25, it was pression; and the Revision of trea- With an array of faculty inter-
Wall Street Journal ina copyright announced yesterday by Dr. H. Lesgue of thesviews and news items dealing with
disptchfrat Dtrot, t "League of Nations.
dispa tch from Detroi, says he Ford Arthur Steiner, of the political sci- Students interested in taking University projects, the Michigan
Motor Co. has actualy Srengthen- ence depariment. A few vacancies part in this activity may consult Journalist, laboratory publication of
o its capsiond h e ais to enth var-Dr. Steiner in the offices of the po- the University journalism depart-
-}tace dp:eson. h {. "gtorstosudns h aeine-litical science department on themotmaeisperncyst-
c z °: ouIces i excess ested in current international prob- second foor of Angell hall. ent, made its appearance yester-
of $0,D00- lems. scod orofAnelal.day.
The dispatch says: . The University of Michigan will The leading article deals with the
"The company's current financial represent three countries, Great iTelevisionEngineer death penalty pf'oblem. Prof. John
position is in sharp contrast with Britain, India, and Bulgaria. In
it _iuto ntedueso 0Bian niadBlai. - P racs B. Waite, of the Law school, Prof.
its situation in the depression 10 conjunction with the Italian dele- re ICtS rOadCast
years ago, when with heavy inven- gation, the British delegation will *Ct iTheophile Raphael, professor of
tories and a serious slump in sales present a report on the proposed an All Large Cities clinical psychiatry, and Dr. Arthur
it felt the pinch of a cash shortage reorganization of the Secretariat of E. Wood, of the sociology depart-
and bankers offered refinancing the League of Nations, one of the NEW YORK, April 3.-(IP)-Fall ment, were interviewed on the sub-
plans. But the bankers in 1921 four topics which will bediscussed' is to see television broadcasting un- ject. All concurred in condemning
found a belligerent Ford who abso- at the assembly. The associationdewainllarectrsothtepooedmsue
lutely solved the difficulties by con- sponsoring the event attempts toderway all large centers of the the proposed measure.
verting inventory ito cash through conduct business and discuss topics country, D. E. Replogle, television An entire page of the issue treats
shipping cars with d,:afts attached 'which are being considered at the engineer, declares. of the activities of the recent meet-
to dealers. Replogle, assistant to the presi-1 ing of the Michigan Academy of
"Entrenched financially with nor- ident of the Jenkins laboratories, Arts, Science, and Letters. Of the
mal inventories, Henry Ford today l UNIVEI TY GIFTS ehas just returned from a tour of 233 papers that were presented at
is serene in the face of outwardly I TO STATE SHOWN the country and says he found wide the meeting, those containing re-
depressing conditions. Production interest in the new art. He indi- search dealing with problems of
and sales this year have shown a Secretary to President Tells of cated that in every city visited popular interest are reported in the
voumeand Frd's promotho of, oplans had been put under way to Journalist, according to the state-
vohie, and Ford's proportion of, Contribution to Professions. get on the air with picture trans- ment of W. H. Maurer, of the jour-
t p-- missions, adding that applications nalism department, who had charge
dropped to around 35 per cent, from Michigan's contribution to its for television licenses would become of the publication of the issue.
41 per cent a year ago, based on own state is clearly depicted in a more numerous as the season ad- The Port Huron Times-Herald
January and February output. feature article appearing in today's vances. furnished its printing facilities for
tHenry Ford, however, is not par-isue of the Alumnus, written by Dr. Indications that television may this issue. A party of journalism
"Henlry Foncrdowveusnothr-isestudents, under the supervision of
hisrlatiy ositind withrespect toFrank E. Robbins, assistant to the be on its way out of the laboratory, Mturer, made the trpro o
sales, nor is he willing to put a President. Professionally, the arti- where it has been so long, are be- ron to witness the actual compos-
strain on the present purchasing cle shows, Michigan's University coming apparent with activity that ing and printing operations The
power of the public by intensive outranks all the others combined is being shown in New York. Here party was entertained by Louis A.
esales campaigns. In his opinion in contributing toward the state's plans have been put under way to Weil, editor of the Times-Herald
there is such a thing as paying too ( welfare. start sound and sight broadcasting and former president of the Michi-
much for business and he is not "It is not too much to say," Dr. from a common studio about April gnre
inclined to an exorbitant price just Robbins states, "that the musical , using the broadcast tansmit The next edition of the Journal-
to obtain volume." school and the Law school, and the WGBS of 254 meters and the short ist next ed of the Journal-
Ford's 1930 profits are placed at School of Dentistry, of the Univer- w a v e 5,000-watt television set the Monroe Evening News.
$55,000,000 with a world production sity of Michigan, have furnished the W2XCR on 147.5 meters.
of 1,500,000 cars and trucks, 'as framework of the state's medical, With these stations on the air 'NO SMOKING' AROUSES
against indicated 1929 profits of legal, and dental professions. Tho for a regular afternoon and evening STUDENTS.
I$3797,861 and world produotion of Ilatest medical directory says that Ischedule, the intention is to de-
1,951,092 cars and trucks. there are 5,319 doctors in the state, velop the showmanship side of tele- UNIVERSITY OF D E N V E R -
The graduates of the two medical vision as well as the technical. Lab- "Smoking on the campus forbid-
Barge Lines Again Use 1ch3ols of the University now living 1 oratories will be maintained at Pas- den" is causing a good deal of agi-
n e number 1,532, or 28.8 per cent. saic, N. J., where experiments will tation on the Denver campus since
River After Ice Melts Iitai arly, there are 1233 lawyers be conducted on new apparatus. the 'oficial body ef the university
---- .crding to Mande's iatest le has placed the -matter of violation
MEMPHIS, Tenn., April 3.--(/P- g« dire:story, sgainst 2,029 grad'u- i U 1ERSITY OF COLORADO- of th forty-nine-year-old ruling
Melting snows in the north and ates of the Law school who are Pu zed on waking from a class into the hands of the dean of the
spring rains in the south have madeI Michigan cidcnts --23.43 per cone, room nap to find himself the only universit
Father Mississippi look like a river in this case. And the Michigan state person in the room and the class j -*---- -
again instead of a creek that hadn't denvl society bulletin for January, period not yet over, a bevzilderedTT
quito dried up. In consequence, 2,31, coun9s 2:7)9 dentists in Michi- student finally located his class in RIGH T SPOT
boats can run again without plow- I;an. D nal graduates of the Uni- another room. The professer ex- 802 PACKARD ST.
- i ing silt and sand. vity, now in Michigan, number plained that it had been neecssary I TODAY, 11:30 to 1:30
The seasonal rise, usually a boon 1,>24, o: L3.0 per cent of the total to remove the class to another room TWO EGGS ANY STYLE
to river commerce, this year ended nLurber." where the lecture could be heard TOAST, BACON
the worst low water period in the i D11. Robbins continues that somei undisturbed by the stud~ent's snor- CHOP SUFY WITH RICE
memory of men who make their 'cfth ::e graduates may have retired ing. COFFEE OR MILK
living on the stream. Eleven feet farm active professional practice, - ---30c
h on the Memphis gauge meant that but that the figures cited give a fair CROSLEY AMRAD 8OSC 5:30 to 7:30
baore lines could take their maxi-' ideao f the number of alumni en-II [ T-BONE STEAKS

Professors Address American
Physical Education .,.-
Association. THEATRES
Speakers of the thirty-sixth an- Majestic--Will Rogers in "A Con
nual convention of the American necticut Yankee" with Myrna Loy
P h y s i c a 1 Education Association, Maureen O'Sullivan, Frank Albert
which met during the last week in son, and Willam Farnum.
Detroit, included tEvo members of Michigan-Ring Lardner's "Jun
the University facu_'-y, a graduate, Moon" with Jack Ockie, France
and an Ann Arbor reoJcent. Dee.
Dr. John Sundwall, director of Wuerth-"Rain or Shine" with
the division hygiene and public l Joe Cook.
health, will be the only spec'er to Lydia Mendelssohn--Dance rec-
represent the University today. His tal by Ronny Johansson; 3:
will take the negative side in a c:- o clock.
bate on the question "Are We Be- ~__-
coming Overly Health Conscious?"
Prof John L. Brumm, of the de-
partment of journalism, spoke on
"Play and Personality" ThursdayF
afternoon. Prof. Jackson P. Sher-
man, of the physical education de- NQ.7 PLAYING
partment also spoke.
Mrs. Lillian M. Gilbreth, '28, mas- 2:0, 3:40, 7:00, 9:00
ter of engineering, who is a consult-
ing engineer in Montclair, N. J., EASTER JOY!
spoke yesterday. Rev. Frederick B.A
Fisher, of the First Methodist
church, the other delegate from
Ann Arbor, was also on the pro-
gram yesterday." His subject was
"Character Values in Play and Rec- W
reation." merriest
Only One Non-Resident 'jests in
an to Give Sociology .a comedy
Only one non-resident professor
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mum loads, keep their sche
and bid fo: increased business
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Crammed fuil of entertain-
ment wi h the greatest stars
of stage and screen in the
principal roles!

Third Chapter




cis in "Scandal Sheet"


A con.t..
PLINK goes
the pistols
the knightsl

Michigan's Fvmous Wisecracking Alumnus
He wants to be a song-writer on Broadway. He knows all the
words. "June and "Moon" and "Croon." And he knows how
to hold his wimmin.
But he forgets how to hold his money.
You get roars with the romance when you see the "joy friend"
in this sure-smash comedy.
a unvnr~ o XT Vxr ~r n,' rv




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