, MAY 1,1931
THE MICHICAN DAILY
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BLE Of D IACONAL rIDrDDy 1r Student of Christianity, Other (Eastern Standard Time)
Faiths to Speak Sunday. L-iG V E
ISSUE FUK ,
Dusenbury, Klein Edit Opinion
Magazine; Score Evils
INCLUDES OPEN LETTERS
Graduates Discuss 'Five Year
University Plan,' High
Articles attempting to point at.
the basic evils of education will
predominate the next issue of the
Diagonal, student critical maga-f
zine, which will be placed on sale
next Tuesday, according to an-
nouncement made by the editors Bis
yesterday. The magazine will be Chairmn
under new management, George A. sion oft
Dusenbury, '31, morning editor of church,
the Michiganensian, and L-iwrence study th
R. Klein, '30, replacing Robert Sloss and divo
rnd Fenelon Boesche, '31L. _
Magazine is Independent. (Parke
The periodical, first appearing
March 10, is an independent enter- 0
prise in no way connected with the
Board in Control of Student Pub- A dinn
lications, and is issued to offer a eral Fra
medium for student opinion. generalc
The contents of the May issue will be h
will include two open letters. One day, May
is addressed to the Regents of the dinner, h
University and is designed to pre- year's R.
sent new light on the fallacy of the sent med
auto ban. The other is addressed T.C. rifle
to Clarence Ayres, president of the place in
Union League of Michigan. They
were written by the editors.
An article called "Michigan-a
Belated Kindergarten" is written
by Orestes H. Wright, '98L. Eliza-
beth Wellman, '29, has contributed
a discussion of coeducation entitledEl
"Co-eds, Culture, and the Admin-
istration,"' in which a woman's
mind is likened to her pocket book.
High School Discussed.
Oti1er zeatures are "Three Hoots
for the High School," by Lyle R.
Chubb, '33, "Sour Grapes: A Par- _
iah Speaks," by Nelson J. Smith,
'29, former editorial director of
The Daily; "Producing Student
Plays," by Elizabeth W. Smith,
Spec., "A Five-Year Plan for Uni-
versity Students," by Klein, and
editorials on the Student Socialist, BAN
Citizen Gwinner, and the proposed
revision of the Student council.7
The publication will have a street 707 P
sale. Tuesday and will be sold 'at
the principal campus drug stores.
UNIVERSITY PRESS II
GETS NEW PLANT I
Victory in Spring Games Needed Sherwood Eddy is one of the Officers of University Address
for Perfect Mark; Events most stimulating and constructive Members; 3,000 Register
to be Held Saturday. men of this generation, President Here for Meeting.
___ Compton, of the Massachusetts In-
(Continued from Page 1) stitute of Technology, said recently (Continued from Page 1)
for this afternoon, the first two of in a communication to Williams today; what mocaiications should
which will be between selected 50- Kearns, '32, chairman of the reli- be made in what remains; what
man teams from each class. Asgious committee of the Student should be added?"
mass tug of war, in which all fresh-Ohr organizations meeting con-
me tug ohwar, s all fresh- Christian association, currently with the Schoolmasters
men and sophomores are to take
part, will climax the program for Eddy will discuss the religions of are the Michigan association of
today. Each of the first two events the college student Sunday night college registrars, the Michigan
will count one point, while the in Hill auditorium. high school debating league, and
class tug will be scored as two A traveler throughout the world, the Parent Education institute.
points for the winning class. . Several changes have been made
The games will be resumed to- a student of Christianity, Moham- in the programs that have been
morrow morning at south Ferry medanism, Buddhism and Judaism, distributed to the delegates of the
field with the holding of the cane Eddy is known equally well in the meeting, it was announced. The
sprees, the obstacle race, the pillow student worlds of Asia, Europe, and classical conference will meet in
America room 2003, Angell hall, at 9 o'clock
fights and the hog-tieing con tests. tomorrow morning. The geography
Two points will be given for each He was born in Kansas, in the mro conference will be hefd in room 6,
of the first three events, while days of "Buffalo Bill," but early in Angell hall. The junior high con-
three points will be awarded to the his life began his wanderings to ference will meet at 9 o'clock to-
class winning the last event. the East but going to Yale for his morrow morning, instead of at
This year's competition will be college education. In 1896 he went 10:15 o'clock.
changed slightly from the games toIAt 1:30 o'clock tomorrow, the an-
of former years, in that canoe races to India to do research work at his nual business meeting will be held
will be omitted from the program. own expense, and remained among in room D of the Law building. Dr.
This change was assigned to the students of the Indian empire for E. H. Drake, of Kalamazoo, will
fact that these events were detach- 15 years. serve as chairman. At 4:15 o'clock,
ed from the regular proceedings, visit to Russia. today, Prof.eonard V. Kosnf the
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hop Herman Page,
an of a special commis-
the Protestant Episcopal
has been appointed to
e problems of marriage
rce. His home is in Michi-
r to be Guest
Honor at Dinner
er in honor of Major Cen-
nk Parker, commanding
of the sixth corps area,
eld at 6:15 o'clock, Thurs-
14, at th Union. At the
he will congratulate this
O.T.C. graduates, and pre-
als to the Michigan R.O.
e team, which won first
the corps area matches.
7 : onto il
and that the baseball game be-
tween Michigan and Colgate this
afternoon might conflict with them.
Georgia College Pair
Tie for Class Honors
TITFON, Ga., April 30.-(A)-Mr.
and Mrs. Carle W. Collins were
tied Wednesday for valedictory
honors at Georgia State college
Shell Madeira Rebels
L I S B O N, April 30.-(AP)Federal
forces aboard Portuguese warships
off Madeira began a general attack
on the island this afternoon, direc-
ting an intetnsive bombardment
against rebel forces which installed
a junta government at Funchal
nearly a month ago.
University of Chicago, will deliver
the final address on the keynote of
the 1931 meeting, and at 6 o'clock,
the annual dinner for all club
members and their friends will be
held at the League.
The Midnite Sons quartet and
Margot Sanger, of Toledo, will offer
several musical selections. At 7:45
o'clock more than 1,000 delegates
will attend the Michigan champion-
ship high school debate which will
be held in Hill auditorium.
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sistant professorship in pediatrics,
and Wray H. Congdon, inspector
for the University High school, was
made an assistant professor, begin-
ning next fall. Dr. Bruno Meinecke,
of the Latin department, was
granted leave of absence for the
fall semester. Prof. Ernest Wilby,
of the architectural school, noti-
fied the Board that he would return
from leave of absence to take the
place of Prof. Albert J. Rousseau,
recently deceased. Prof. Francis D.
Curtis, of the education school, was
also granted a semester leave.
The resignation of Prof. Adelbert
Ford, of the psychology depart-
ment, was accepted by the Regents.
Professor Ford will go to head the
psychology depai tmentibeing es-
tablished at Lehigh university.
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