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30, THE MTCHIC AN DAILYA

( SOCE (E H AI T I ARGUMENTT |(T ( YOUNG RECOUNTS His EXPERIENCES
STIRS GEN. BUTLERT| dLLTO LL ON FORESTERS' APPALACHIAN TOUR
CR E NUT H Ten Seniors of School Visited more estate, where forestry prac-
C T {°Stations, Parks, Camps Itices were inaugurated 40 years ago,
3fl n S t a t i o n s , P a r k s ' C a m p st h e s e a t o f t h e n o w d i s c o n t i n u e d

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flIRl~hl I*IU on Ten Day Trip. j

Supervisor ot School Staff Says!
[VI HIIIUfL VIII
f Success Would Pay Salary Forestry experiment stations, na-
of Added Instructo. tional parks, and logging camps
Fresh Air Camp Committee Gets were visited by ten seniors in the
Help From 17 Organizations 1fWork of the King's Daughters through school in a ten-day tour
in Drive for Funds. Iisociety, for the patients of the Uni- theoledershipp alachanLei nder
versity hospital, and for the hos- Young and forest technician Nor-
QUOTA SET AT $3,000 pital school, was cited yesterday by man L. Munster, of the school's
Mrs. Geraldine Notley, supervisor of faculty.
Gathe school teaching staff, in a dis- Thegrp experiences during
Gifts From Campus Groups . cussion of the tag day sale to be e group's exe1 ecsuig
Should be in Monday held Saturday by the society. the trip were recounted last night
h S dyIf td by tae sociey. at the meeting of the Forestry club,
Chairman Says. .wif te ale i success, 'by Professor Young and the stu-
_____ will be able to finance an additional
C r nth n sfull-time teacher, which will great- dents he accompanied.
Contributions to the annual Fresh A seilN .teAaa
ly facilitate our work. At Asheville, N. C., the Appala-
Air camp drive have been received "In the past eight years, more chian Forest experiment station of
f r o m 17 campus organizations, i than 7,000 patients, with ages from the United States Forest service
George Hofmeister, '31, chairman, 4 to 56 have received instruction. was examined. Their host there
announcedrlat night. a C m-We now have a regular academic was A. H. Frothingham, '04F&C, at
They are Beta Theta Pi, Chi Ome- curriculum for both junior and the University. They camped at
ga, Chi Phi, Delta Sigma Pi, Delta,1 senior high school students" Bent creek, at Asheville, at the sta-
Zeta, Kappa Alpha Theta, Phi Mmin Dantes Bellegrade of In telling of the work of the hos- tion's field laboratory.
Gamma Delta, Phi Kappa Psi, Psi Hai (aboLe ) aoDused the ire of ( pital staff, Mrs. Notley said that1 An arrangement which helped re-
Upsilon, Sigma Kappa, Collegiate Maj. Gen. Smedley Butler with re- "at the present time we have a boy lieve unemployment was reviewed
Sorosis, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Theta marks about Fort Riviere, Haiti, in of 14 years of age, who has been at the Asheville station. A 1,100-
a Ah, ,Zeta Beta Tau, Zeta a recent address, here for the last two years and sev- acre experimental tract is run there,
Mosher-Jordon Hall. en months. and men were put to work thin-
Mourir-JDudon Hall. I if lrF "During his stay in the hospital ning and improving it. The cuttings
Contributions Due Monday. he has had four major operations were sold in the city and provided
Contributions of other societies q f' ~L and two blood transfusions, yet he payment for the workers.
must be in by Monday, Hofmeister has finished two and one-half years One day was spent at the Bilt-
stated, so that tags may be deliver- a of school work in that time. In June
ed to their members before campus , .I~ he will be promoted into the ninth
tag day, May 6. grade."
Prof. Ferdinand Menefee, of the Sn all proba-i
engineering school, is chairman of Alhrenberg Ready to Take off bility, the opportunity of continu-
the camp committee, which in- on Search. for Courtald, ing his work has saved him three
cludies Dr. W. E. Forsythe, Prof. Britihiyeas of choollife.
Laurence M.WGould, Theodore R. British Scientist. years of school life."
Hoxnberger, Prof. E.d H STOCKHOLM, April 29.-(AP)- White Chosen to Head
to .Weiman, and Marshall H. Capt. Albin Alhrj-°nbegSwds
Levy. . ,Swedis Business Administration School
President Alexander G. Ruthven crack civilian flyer, was prepared HonoraryFraternity Will Teach Fundamentals
heads the board of trustees, which today for a quick take-off from in Summer Session.
includes M. A. Ives, and Richard Malmoe, southern Sweden, to search New o:'icers to preside over the
Earhart. Frank E. Royce is treas- for Augustine Courtauld, British organization for the next two years Numerous courses will be offered
urer of the drive, and Homer H. scientist lost in northern Green- were selected by Sigma Xi, nation- during the Summer Session by the
Grafton heads the committee on land. al honorary scientific society at its School of Business Administration
finance. With him is Capt. Ralph Rayner last meeting. Prof. A. H. White of w
$8,000 Must be Raised. of the British royal signal corps, the chemical engineering depart- fundamenal aim o stuent
More than $8,000 must be raised who, engaged to Courtauld's sister, ment was chosen president; E. H. who expect to obtain
throughout the state to finance the Miss B3~tty Courtauld, is making a Kraus, Dean of the College of Phar- t positions of

Biltmore forestry school. Planta- Go _rnor' ranklin D. Roosevelt,
tions of various species of wood in-- of Nw York, will be heard ,at 9
terested the students here. Virgin o'clock tonight over WJZ when he
hardwood stands were seen on Mt.
Mitchell. addresses the New , York - Young
Mitchellemocratic club. :-le will give "A
They inspected hardwood logging Dc
operations in Pisgah National for- Review of 1924 and 1928 Platforms,
est, and saw a fine stand of tulip and Prospects for 1932."
trees, covering 200 acres, with a to-
tal of 2,000,000 board feet. A program of Victor Herbert se-
lections from "Mlle. Modiste," "The
R 7 ," "Naughty Marietta," and
S eeheND rED ts" will be heard over
WJ and an NBC-WEAF network
at 8:30 o'clock.
Prof. Howard Mumford Jones, of
the English depar tment, will discuss
Former Coal-Miner Takes Place "The Last Industrial Frontier" on
Vacated by 'Big Bill' the University program at 2 o'clock
this afternoon. He will base his re-
Thompson. - marks on the book, "I'll Take My
CHICAGO, April 29.-()-AntonStand,"by Twelve Southerners.
J. Cermak, native son of Bohemia, 5:00 ilin - 1;-,,n : 1 .1 kStar}inal," in-
who once mined coal in the pits of !:45 ,.AEA
Braidwood, Ill., occupied his desk 6:00 - n ' h z BUSiOBS 1r
yesterday for the first time as Chi- "'- ''
cago's formally inducted mayor. 6:15 . z oin-'ni--\', (1l
n.:'1 Jisti'is - \ L. Ii!)l<A
He regarded it as a "full time 6:35-1 1 5 F7zFi:1 - a
job," he said, one dedicated to re- 6:45 ! n r.'h, IamiwI. {hoii p1
ducing the city's expenditures, re- 7:00- en Roland. Rudy Valec an< his ml
storing law and order, and prepar- ArM,- WV T WN
ing America's second city for the 7:15- atbara Maurel ith New World Sym-
rhony--W(8t. W 11 '
Century of Progress Exposition in 7:30- a Hnmlol Si I ir s reletra "In a
1933. _ __ __
He outlined that program in his
inauguration held last night in the WASHED, SCREENED
council chambers. The formal cere- SAND-GRAVEL
mony was broadcast over a coast-
to-coast network of more than 20 ALL SIZES
stations. TPTT T TXT0 4--D A X71UT 4-

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University Fresh Air camp on Lake
Patterson, and $3,000 has been set
as the student quota. Friends, alum-
ni, and welfare organizations will
contribute the rest of the camp
fund.
More than 400 underprivileged
children will spend two weeks at
the lake this summer, the eleventh
year of the camp's existence. Horn-
berger. will be camp director, and,
Walter Gavey, '31, assistant dire-
tor.
Congressman Vincent
Ill Aboard Transport
WASHINGTON, April 28.-(AP)-A
naval radio message to the office of.
Representative Bird J. Vincent, Re-
publican, Michigan, from the naval
transport Henderson, today report-
ed the representative's condition
"'very serious.'
Goodyear Tire Factory
Increases Production
AKRON, O., April 29.-(P)--Good-
year Tire & Rubber Co. Tuesday an-
nounced replacement of the five-
day week by the five and a half
day week in its factories and an in-
crease in production from 53,000
tires a day to 56,500. It is the sec-
ond increase in th workn; day
and the third inc:2a e in lrfsdr -
tion figures since tho first of the
year.

desperate effort to find the scientist rnacy and of the Summer Session,
before he starves or freezes to was named vice president; Prof."
death. 0. S. Duffendack of the physics de-
Capt. Ahrenberg fiew to Copen- partment was chosen secretary;
apt.n Mhrenay t:?e vbto Dn-iand Prof. S. S. Atwood of the elec-
hagen Monday to obt ain a Danish t rical engineering department xvas
permit for landing in Greenland, selectengsnearer m
and left with Capt. Rayner for Mal- Three councillors were also chos-
mot, where their plane, a one-do en: Prof. J. E. Emswiler of the me-
traedarCo.,aaitehipdofheA -chanical engineering department,
transport Co., awaited hem. Prof. C. E. Guthe of the anthropo.-
Theplane is equipped with both ogy department, and Dr. N. J. Wile
skimfs and pontoons, and has a 320 of the Medica)l school.
horsepower Junkers engine. Their '_
route lies over Bergen, the Faroe
islands and Iceland to Angmagsa- Famous Religious Head
lik, on Greenlandcs easte'n coast, to Speak Here Sunday
near where he expects to find the I
lost scientist.D
Courtauld was engaged all last Dr. E'ustace Haydon, professor of
witer in taking meteorological comparative religions at the Uni-
data for the British Arctic air route versity of Chicago; will speak at
expedition. He was to have been 4:30 o'clock Sunday in Natural Sci-
relieved early in April but a relief ence auditorium, Rabbi Bernard
party could not find his camp. Heller, director of the Hillei found-
Ahrenbergnexpects to take 22 ation, announced last night, instead
hours in reaching Greenland. He of at 8:30 o'clock, as previously an-
Iwill be accompanied, besides Ray- nounced.
ner, by amechanic, Malm, and a He will discuss "A Humanist'st
radio operator, Junglund. Philosophy of Life."
______________The author of many books, in-
Maor Opposes Shows eludig"The Quest of the Ages,"
Mayor psDr. Haydon is considered the finest
Injurious to Chicago interpretator of the ethical and so-

re spons ±iy in usness.
During the term all of the re-
quired courses of the first year
schedule will be given. This makes
it possible for students who have
taken a substantial part, but not
all, of the first-year work to com-
plete the requirements for admis-
sion to regular second-year stand-
ing before September.
In order to insure effective in-
struction in the basic principles of
management, the work of the first
year in the school consists primar-
ily of required courses in the major
phases of management such as per-
sonnel, sales, and finance.
The required courses are followed,
in the second year. by prescribed
instruction in business policy, bus-
iness forecasting, and business law.
The remainder of the work of the
second year is devoted to more spe-
cialized studies in particular lines
or phases of business.

Will Cut Expenses.
Mayor Cermak promised the citi-
zens of Chicago that he would re-
duce taxes by reducing governmen-
tal expenditures. Obviously, he add-
ed, taxes could not be cut until ex-
penses were reduced. There was not
much that can be saved this year,
he said because the late adminis-
tration, that of William Hale
Thompson, already spent in the
first three months of 1931 half of
the appropriations intended to carry
for the entire 12.
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CHICAGO, Apr. 28.-(N)-Mayor
Anton Cermak, in the first definite
announcement of policy since hisI
inaug uration, declared, today that
11 1in: and moving ; ictures show-
ing Chicago as a crime-ridden city
I would be suppresscd.

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try, Rabbi Heller declared yester-
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