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DEPOSED SPANISH QUEEN ARRIVES
IN PARIS TO JOIN KING ALFONSO
SUMMR EPHSICS UE TO COEM
COURSESP LmEBTO MCEL LU
Todays Radio Programs
(Eastern Standard Time)
F.Hipi Marman_ star of "Girl Cra- 1
Department Prepares Bulletin Steiner Announces Delegates zy," current Broadway musical hit,
Describing Classes for Great Britain, India, will be interviewed by "Gentleman
to be Given. and Bulgaria. Jim" Corbett on the Bond Sunshine
_program over an NBC-WEAF net-
Courses in elementary, college, Michigan's delegates to the model work at 6 o'clock tonight.
and graduate physics will be offered League of Nations assembly, which
by the physics department as part will be held this week-end at Hills_ George Jessel, comedian star of
of the 1931 Summer Session, ac- dale, will leave Ann Arbor tomor- "Sweet and Low," will be the guest
cording to the bulletin prepared by row moi'ning, it was announced artist with Rudy Valee and his or-
the department. Courses of special yesterday by Dr. H. Arthur Steiner, chestra on the Fleischmann hour
interest to teachers will also be of the political science department over an NBC-WEAF network at 8
offered. in charge of the delegation. o'clock.
Special courses in theoreticai Michigan will represent three .
physics will be offered by Prof. Ar- countries at this year's conference Harriet Lee expongnt of the
nold Sommerfeld, University of Mu- Great Britain, India, and Bulgaria. "Flues," will give a program mclu-
nich; Prof. Wolfgang Pauli, Univer-The British delegation will consist ing such new melodies as "Every-
sity of Zurich; Prof. H. A. Kramers, of Marguerite V. Boom '32 and thing But Love" and "You Didn't
University of Utrecht: Prof. W. F. AlHave to Tell Me," from 10:45 until
Colby, Prof. Otto Laporte, and Prof. lin J. Preis, Grad. The Indian 11 o'clock over WXYZ and the Co-
George E. Uhienneck of the Un_ delegation will be composed of Zel- lumbia chain.
v ersity; and PofJ. .Opeh dm on S. Cohen, '33, and Francis L. ___
T. itP1)nc Pr. .nh Sperry, '32. Nathan Levy '31 Les-
ec. of toe Caiornia Insti of ter C. Houck, '33 and Leah E. Reis- Prof. Howard Mumford Jones will
In addition to the formal lecture big, '32, will constitute the Bulgarian discuss "The Race Problem" at 2
courses, therewile a eriesuof in- delegation. o'clock this afternoon on the Uni-
courses. there will be a series of in- . I versity program over WJR. He will
formal ,seminars throughout the At this conference, regular busi- base his discussion on R. R. Moton's
session under the personal direc- ness will be taken up which is atIbook "What the Negro Thinks."
tion of Professor Sommerfeld and present the topic for discussion at
Professor Pauli, at which the most Geneva. Among the topics to be Popular selections from the best
recent and important developments discussed are the present world musical comedies, new and old, will
of theoretical physics will be dis- wide economic depression, recon- be played by B. A. Rolfe and his
cussed. sideration of the Versailles peace Lucky Strike orchestra at 10 o'clock
The physics department varies treaty, and reorganization of the tonight. The program will include
'sie courses offered each summer so permanent secretariat of the league. numbers from "Good News," "The
that all the work offered by the de- There are still two vacancies on Gang's All Here," "First Little
partment during the regular year the delegations, which will be filled Show," "Fine and Dandy," "No, No,
will be covered in several successive today, Dr. Steiner concluded. Nanette," "Strike Up the Band,"
Summer Sessions. Such a system -- and "Tangerine."
permits those who wish to do ad- Unidentified Thieves 6:00--Ethel MermanmIl tit1,ii.e p..-
vanced work in the subject to earn AI-Eh Meri ;) d
higher degrees in whole or in part Rob Fraternity House ! : , "7'l \ 1
by attending several Summer Ses-, -_u -
sions. Breaking into the Delta Sigma
The summer work of the depart- Delta house, a dental fraternity at.
ment is conducted chiefly by senior
members of the staff. The staff is 1502 Hill street, Tuesday night, bur-
also augmented by men of distinc- glars stole -a total of $100 in cash 0 l U
tion from other universities and re- and a postal money order for $50
search laboratories, in order that a made out to J. M. Keenan, '311D, of
diversity of subjects and points of
view may be presented. Butte, Mon., a member of the house.
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Associated Press Photo
This Associated Press telephoto shows Victoria, former Queen of
Spain, arriving in Paris with royalists to join her husband, the deposed
King Alfonso. This picture was flown to London, sent to New York
over Western Union cables, and telephotoed to Chicago.
CFive Courses in Higher
Five courses in higher education
will be offered by the School of
Education during the 1931 Univer-
sity Summer Session, according to
New Michigan Student Guide to an announcement in the School
be Issued to All New Bulletin for April, released yester-
The courses, dealing with teach-
The name of the information ing of English, current problems,
history, and personal problems in
book given to new students in the higher education, will be conducted
University will be changed, with by Vice-President C. S. Yoakum
the edition of 1931-1932, from and Prof. Charles C. Fries, Prof.
"Freshman Handbook," as it was George L. Jackson, and Prof. T. Lu-
titled formerly, to "Michigan Hand- ther Purdom, all of the School of
book." Representatives of teacher-train-
With the change of names, the ing divisions of Michigan schools
distribution of the book will also and colleges will hold their Third
be enlarged. It will be sent not Annual Conference on the Train-
only to all freshmen, but to all ing of Secondary School Teachers,
soonsored by the School of Educa-
new students in the University, in- tion, at 10 o'clock Thursday morn-j
cluding transfers, and students who ing, April 30, at the Union.
enter professional schools
Fenelon W. C. Boesche, '33L, pres-
ident of the Student Christian a- -
sociation, is editor of the book, and_
Lyle Passmore, '33, student secre- l CLOSING PRICES
tary of the association, is business inAmerican a.......................... 1 1
manager. A u e l.k, Fi ...................I
manager. 1,ner-u-an ''ik-ul ''flY.............. 17.
The edition, that will be sen to --
members of the class of 1935, will iiheheie - s.................
be dedicated to Thomas Iden, di- -...,..
rector of the Ann Arbor Bible chair 'm'.r-1 =IrNr,.....................:
Engineer Wins Place
i National Contest
Covert Robertson, '31E, succeeded
in placing among the 10 best de-
signs in a competition sponsored
by the American Institute of Steel
Construction. Several hundred stu-
dents of engineering and architec-
ture in colleges throughout the
United States and Canada partici-,
pated in the contest for the aesthe-
tic design of a highway bridge.
The judging was done by a jury
consisting of a group of nationally
known engineers and architects. On
this jury were, Dr. Ralph Modjeski,
consulting engineer; Dr. Shortridge
Hardesty, consulting engineer; H.
H. Murdock, ofdthe firm of Jardine,
Hill, and Murdock.
Two Music Instructors
Will Appear in Recital
Thelma Newell, instructor In vio-
lin at the School of Music, and
Louise Nelson, instructor in piano,
will appear in a sonata recital at
4:15 o'clock Sunday in the Lydia
Mendelssohn theatre. The public is
the robbery, members of the frater-
nity said yesterday that no infor-
mation regarding the identity of
the thieves had been found.
Many Students Utilize
New Golf Course BasI
Patronage beyond the expecta-,
tions of the officials, has resulted
from the University's newlyrinstall-
ed bus service between the campus
and the new University golf course.
Buses are now running every half
hour between 1 and 7 o'clock on
week days and 9 o'clock and 7
o'clock on Saturdays and Sundays.
Schedules have b e e n posted
throughout the University buildings
and will be followed indefinitely.
Buses leave the N. University cor-
ner of State street on the hour and
Alumnus to Represent
Michigan at inaugural
Frank L. Hager, '05, professor of
modern languages at Central col-
lege, Fayette, Mo., will represent the
1 University at the inauguration of
Robert H. Ruff as president of the
institution. Professor Hager has
been on the Central college faculty
for several years.
The inaugural ceremonies will be
held May 25 at Fayette before rep-
resentatives from universities and
colleges throughout the country.
(604 East Liberty)
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Sell Dad on the idea! United States
Lines nials it so inexpensive. "Tourist
Third" fares range from $185 round
trip on the palatial REPUBLIC to $231
on the mighty LEVIATHAN, S day
speed to Europe. Remarkable values
also on the flyers AMERICA and
Travel with the college crowd. TAst
year on one sailing of the LEVIATHAN
60 colleges were represented. This yer
the larvard-Yale track teams sail July
1st on the GEORGE WASHINGTON
for the Oxford-Cambridge meet.
Come on along! Enjoy -fne food .«.
comfortable staterooms ... oves...
sports on big sun decks...nightly danes
to the rhythm of real college bands from
Yale, Harvard, California, Pennsyl-
vania, Ohio State, Virginia, Colunihia,
Fordham, Maryland, Penn State and
Send at oncefor the booklet,"TOURIST
THIRD CABIN TO EUROPE" -andI
make reservationsbaforethe rudessai.
Official fleet of the Intercollsgiate
Consult Your Local Steamship Agent or
J.-M. BEALE, General Agent,
1255 Washington Blvd., Detroit
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The sixth of the series of book
reviews sponsored by the bureau
of alumni relations and present-
ed by Prof. Howard Mumford
Jones, of the English depart-
ment, will be given from the
University broadcasting studio
today. During t h i s program,
Professor Jones will discuss "The
Race Problem," basing his dis-
cussion on R. R. Moton's book,
"What The Negro Thinks."
The music will be presented by
Eugene Hunter and William Bell-
amy, Jr., and will consist of flute
invited to attend.
Miss Newell is a graduate of the
,violin department of the School of
Music and has had several years
of professional accomplishments in
Detroit, both as teacher and con-
at arAmo UnL
I I'd - lOMi.( SuNDlAY --
ternoon trains to Chicago will be
made about one hour earlier, their
new schedules being 1:23 o'clock
and 2:25 o'clock. An all pullman II'
train to Chicago at 5:15 o'clock
in the afternoon will be added.
Other schedules will remain as at
present, Holden said. 21413 320 E. LIBERTY
IS NOW OPEN AT
Corner Monroe and Oakland
Old customers may redeem meal tickets at oar new location.
Monroe and Oakland
Every Night Except Monday I
State at Huron Streets
F -L YD OP4'& rDE1%R
and his Club Ambassador Dance Band
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NS ARE COMING"
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