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EDUCATION SCHO8
TOOFFEIVERSE[lu
Bulletin Offers Choice of 1001
Courses; Visiting Faculty
Will Be Large.
LO~CTURE~S ARE PLANNED
Clarke, Coffey, Eurich, Jones3
Hubbad, Mlot, at

Quarterdeck ifnitiates
TheeMen t tBanwquet
Quarterdeck:, honorary society for
naval architects and marine en-
gineers held their initiation ban-
qcuet at th-e Union last night. The
init iation ofth neophytes took
piace after the dinner.
Those initiated were J. C. Car-
penter, f 3E, H. L. Enlun, '2E, and
C. R. Olsen, '32E.
TO STUDYh 1" JAp

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st Piceard is shown in the hermetically sealed alum-
s balloon in which~ he aseended to a world's altitude
n miles while studying the earth's/stratosphere. The
7the ball rose to 106degr~tees F'ahenheit at times,
[e it fell as low as 76 bielow zero Fahrenheit.

1SHOWSl
l 11 YAR

an 1,600 Students Arej
fied for 193 1-32,
iniel Rich States.
nately 1,600 students had
for the scholastic year

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ewas Yenors
Another 'problemn has been add-
ed to President Alexander Grant
Ruthven'.s growing list.
-h~bere was a time when his
chief interest was to keep the
students on the benches. Bt
now people even try to take
awa~y the benches.
'Two rifen, identified as John
Allen andl J. P. Johnson, both of
1120 fast Alin street, got as. far
as the Lawyers' cu with one
Df the benches located near Pres-
ident Huthven's home, when Ce-
cil Draper, ni g ht watchman,.
caught up with them. They.
brought it back.
NEW' YORK--Somebody has fig-
ured out that in theory: it would
take 1,691 cents to make a dollar
just now. 'Copper is worth 8 1-2
cents a pound. There are 144 one-
cent piece.- in a pound and the coir
is 95 per cent copper.

10o,1. e4CnheJ1re. (Party of Six Will Spend Summer
The School of Education will offer Studying Rural Settlements;
this sumnmer more than 100 under- Professor Hall at Head.
graduate 'ald gra'iduate professional
courses, according to a general A group of six students, under thiel
statement in the bulletin of the direction of Prof. Robert B. Hall,I
school. There will .be an unusually of the geography department, will
larg c -number of visitor; on the fac-' leave Ann Arbor at the end of the
-alty, it 1s expected, examination period for two mior ths
Courses offered in the School of of field work on rural settlemeh1ts1
Educat;ion will be in the philosophy in Japan.
and history of education; in ad-'I The party includes Gordon B.1
fnihistration and supervision; in Andreae, '31, Maynard R?. Andreae,
psychology and mental measure- '32, Joseph A. Russell, '31, Douglas
mzent; in vocational guidance; and D. Crary, '31, Reiner Y. Lane, '32,
in physical education, and Graham. Schinnick, '31.
There also will be conferences in They will lea"- the continent at
commercial education for the pur- Vancouver, I3. C., to land at Yoko-
pose of providing teachers and h ama.
others with an opportunity to hear The- or k will incluide a particu-
leaders in commercial education. lrycrflsuyo h ete
Arrangements have been made for ments along the Tokldo, the Ila-
a series of addresses to be delivered I kone volca1no ref>ion, the Ueda
by outstanding persons in the field. in ountaitis, and will terminate at
Some of the problems to be dis-- IzumoOtte of the thre~e great cul-
cussed in commercial education tuaLetr fJpn
are adjusting commercial educa- Preso Hllhs rviuy
Sion andl administration; junior ters of Japanese culture-Sa.tsuma
b usiness training; the specialized ad oercnlteYmt
high school of commerce; business basin.
education in small communities; When the studies in Japan have
lnttnsive and postgraduate courses; been completed, the party will con-
and the teaching of various com- tinue by boat to Paris, in order to
inertial subjects. atn h neitul e~a
Visiting members of the facultyhattengherenwihnal G tere-
thewle Lewis institute,ClrnL Chicago;r Dean f n Septeinber. Prom there, they
Wliford LJ. Coffey, Detroit City col- will proceed to New Yurk, and
lege; Prof. Alvin C. Eurich, Univer- thence to Ann Arbior via Montreal4
sity of Minnesota;, Frank W. Hub- in time for the first tic:nester. {
brdirector of - research, city
schools, Fresno, Cal.; .Dean Lydia I. Headphones for thec deaf havej
Jones, Michigan State N1ormal col- been In ta~lled in a London talkie
lege; John 0. Mallott, department' theatre.
of the interior, Washington; Prof. _________________
1Willard W. Patty, University of In-4
diana; Dean Benjamin F. Pitten-V
Sger, University of Texas; Paul T. T -R I
Rankin, Detroit public schools;
Prof. Arthur J. Reed, Senior High1 The Cornplel
school, Muskegon: Nila B. Smith, Vert is rich in all of the vitale
supervisor of research, Detroit pub- a perfect plantVERT is all that
lie schools; and Prof. Harvey L.I gardens, trees and shrubs. It is man
-Turner, Michigan State Normal from the highest grade materials obi
colleges. Sheep Manure-Pea
H ERTLE
177 210 SOUTH ASHLEY STREET

Large Parade Will Honor SoldierI del
Dead Today; Newkirk toI
-Give Address. r
Annl Arbor will observe Memorial ju.
day this morning with services in wit
honor of sailors and marines who inf
lost their lives during sea duty, a 1v
pa-rade led by the University R..O. cu:
rI C. corps, and ceremonies in the l
public square. ad
The all-w~ars souvenir exposition an
at the( Armory will b,, open for the iME
la A- timne, and special entertain-
mcrnt~s will be given during the day. ~
Graves of vete: ans of all wars sh(
will be decorated in every cemetery. 3
Major Basil D. Edwards, of the I h
R. 0. T. C. corpis, will lead the pa-
rade, which is to include the Var-
sity band and cadets, the several inl
vet ,rns' org anizations, the ladies' i p
auxlirisand the high school ar
band.w
Mayor H-. Wirt Newkirk will be h
the cief spqeake at the services in 1J
front of the coaurt house. Com- o
mander Leo Burns, of the American
Legion, will preside, and Fr. Allen of
J. Babcock, of the Catholic Stu- s
dent center, will deliver the invoca- IU1
tion.
Other men prominent in Anil Ar- d
bor veterans' organizations will w,
give brief talks, and th-ere wll~ be
eonmuity singing led byr Captain fC
William 'Trevithick, of the Slva- tt
tion Array. ti(
The services at 9 o'clock ttFuller in
street bridge, before the pa.rade for IC
sailors and marines, will be under C
she direction of the Wome's Re- se
lief corps and the G. A.R. b
Other communities in Washte--
Paw county also are pldaning spe-
cial observances of Memii~al day.
WASHINGTON, May 29.-()?)-In
the hilly country where a winter of
privation and trahlflg prepared
Reouinr odir ocniu
their struggle forIii fidence,
presidenlt Hoov~er 8atu ay will
honror imerica's warda.
is duties at theie House
left behind, the ptesithtwil, like
Imany others, jou ifey to Valley
e "orge, Peninsylvanila, fort Memorial
day sErvie5.

Nlext year's juniors anc
no wish to be advisors,
could leave their names
and 5 o'clock, all next
e student offices of the
It was also decided at t
hg of the board of direc
ortra its of William W. C
nd Laurence Maxwell, '7
h o m were promnent
could be placed in the ha]
*i the north wing on the t
the Union.
It was also d~ecided that
fthe annual freshmen
hould be Thursday, Oct
'nion will maintain a.
ouse bureau, to acconmmc
rets wishinig to secure
/as decided.
Copies of the Union's gi
ormation booklet, which
he constitution of this
ion, were distributed at
ng. These will be sent t(
ous fraternity housE
onklin announced, and
ent to ml'en who enter it
)er as freshmen.

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att~end class fun
icourage them to to
ant activities.
In former years,
aternities have hi
group of students,
!ted to the Univer:

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(Continued

next Septemnber, WMr. R~ich said.
vanlce estimates i nd i cat e a
increase in enrollment for
fall, since a slightly higher
!ntage of students present this'
have classfied in advance
last year, according to Mr.)
It was revealed that between
hirds and three-fourths of thet
number of students in resi-
enow who are coming back
semester have already classi-

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~stated that approxi-
10 old students are ex-
return next fall, about
maduated this June, about
~quested to leave because'
es with the administra-
pproximately 1,000 leav-
Zer reasons. These fig-
)ee2 estimated from rec-
ollment in past years.k
ce to BeginI
our Week July

te Plant' Food
elements to produce hardy growth and
it is necessary to feed lawns, flo v rs,
utfactured by Armour Feriizer Workcs
btainable.
?at Moss-Bone MealI
.R IROS.
PHONE 2-1713

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POTATO SALAD WITH
COLD MEATS
SLICED TOMATOES
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WITH BAKED BEANS
SLAW CUSTARD
MILK OR COFFEE
30C

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n A
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Detroit, Michigan & WaIINervilIe, Ontario
Ae A
A For your convenience
A nnAlborStoreA
A 603 Church St. A
FRANK QAKES Mg.

A new 44-hour week for all postal
nployes, provided for by Congress
1the last session, will mean no
rban deliveries in Ann Arbor on
aturday afternoons, Postmaster A.
Pack said yesterday.

5:30 to 7:30
BROILED T-BONE STEAKS
PORK CHOPS
LAMB STEAKS
MASHED POTATOES
STIRING BEANS OR TOMATOES
35c

Holiday
Prices
WITH .411Day
" W PE rAdult s 5c
1 - ierChildren l10c
TODAY
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before your one
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Victor Micro-Synchronous Radio
Victor and Brunswick Records
Music Teacher's Supplies
Popular Music
7Y MUSIC HOUSE
am Wade Hinshaw
evoted to Muic
Phon~e 7515

SLIM SUMMERVILLE AND
HARRY LAN DON
in
"SEE AMERICA THIRST"S

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EXTRA FEATURE
BETTY PCOMPSON
"THE LADY REFUSES"
LAST IMDES TODAY

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