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tJniversity of the Air' to
WJR Attraction Monday
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grazilian War Leader
Faces Rebels' Attack
Prof. J. K. Pollock to Analyze
Present German Political
Talks by prominent faculty mem-:
bers throughout the week and a va-.
riety of musical numbers will fea- }
ture the second series of University!
radio broadcasts which will open'
with the Parent-Teacher program t&sociated Presa Photo
from the Unversity studio over sta-
tion WJR from 5 until 5:30 o'clock Nestor Dos Passes,
tonight. Brazilian minister of war, who
Dr. Marguerite Wilker, superin- faces the problem Qf stamping out
tendent of the University Nurseryt
school, will be featured on this pro- the revolutionary movement which
gram with her talk, "The Behavior threatens the federal administra-
of the Young Child." Frank Ryan, tion. The government troops have
soloist, of Ann Arbor, will present been defeated in several skirmishes
the music for the program.dI
Gault Scheduled Monday. as the rebels march northward to-
Goaylt Shedn Moma. 2 u ward the capital. A force of more
' 1 xpday afternoon from 2 untilthn1000mni.caedbte
2:3,0 o'clock the speaker upon the; than 100,000 men is claimed by the
"chigan University of the Air" insurgent leaders, many of them
program over Station WJR will be being members of the regular army
James S. Gault of the electrical en- of the republic. M(any of the officers
gineering department, who will die-
cuss "Small Motors in the Home in the south have joined the strug-
and on the Farm." Geoge Poigner, gie against Dos Bassos and Presi-
vioiinist, will be the musician. dent Washington Luis.
Albert Hyman, of the history de-
partmsent, will be the speaker dur- tical situation in that country,
ing the Tuesday afternoon program.
His subject will be announced later, which is causing international con-
Raymond Morin will be the pianist. cern. "Appendicitis' will be the
Medical Talks Featured.
"The Fine Arts" will be the sub- topic discussed by Dr. Eugene B.
jec. discussed by Bruce M. Donald- Potter of the department of sur-
son of the fine arts department, on
the program Wednesday. Sidney gery, and a member of the staffof
Straight will sing. the University hospital.
A medical talk addressed to young
people and their mothers will be
present upon the Thursday after-
nopn program by Dr. H. M. Bishop,
of the medical school, whose topic
will be, "Cuts and Bruises." The
-Midnite Sons quartet will present a
popular musical program.
Diuring the Michigan Night pro-
gram which is broadcast from 7:30
to $:30 o'clock Saturday night twoOr
topics of current interest, and a Our trade mark s your as
medical address will be featured.
Eyerett Brown of the political sci- Fraternty an
ence daepartnent, who has recent--of
ly returned from a trip around the
World, will tell of the plans for a
ew capital in China to be located
Prof. James K. Pollock, jr., of the Burr, Patterson
political science department, spent
the summer engaged in research in 603 Chur
Oermany, and will analyze the poli-
Two Major Parties
Make Primary Law
Issue in Campaign
LANSING, Oct. !J.-issues cer-
tain to produce conflict regardlessj
of the outcome of the November
election have developed from the
political campaign of this year.
Prominent among them are pri-
mary reform and income tax pro-
posals. Both major parties have
given their gubernatorial candi
dates platforms which hint at pri-
mary election changes but a wide
divergence of views, which is to be
reflected in the legislature, is ap-
parent Gov. Fred W. Green and
many other Republican leaders, as
well as William A. Comstock, Dem-
ocratic candidate for governor,
seem to favor the pre-primary
convention system. There is a large
and militant group, however, de-
manding the run-off system. They
claim the pre-primary does not
throw enough restrictions around
the candidates and that it would
not guarantee nominations by a
majority vote of the party.
Reception to be Held
for Theosophical Head
E. Norman Pearson, of Detroit,
president of the Michigan Theoso-
phical federation, will be the guest
of the Ann Arbor Theosophical so-
ciety at an informal reception to be
held at 8 o'clock Tuesday night in
the chapel room of the Women's
The Ann Arbor society, of which
Jose Albaladajo is president, in-
vites students to attend the recep-
During the next two monts, Mr.
Pearson will deliver three lectures
at meetings of the society in the
League. Dates set aside for the
lectures are October 28, November
11, and November 25.
Regular meetings of the society
are held each Wednesday.
ANN ARBOR NEWS-BRIEFSI
Brucker to Speak Here!
Attorney-General Wilbur M. Bruc-
ker, Republican nominee for gover-
nor, will make a campaign tour of
Washtenaw county late this month.
This announcement was made fol-,
lowing a meeting of county Repub-
lican leaders, who said that the tour
will include Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti,
Dexter, Chelsea, Saline, Manchester,
Bridgewater, Milan and Willis. The
committee said that Brucker, who
plans a tour of the state, will be
accompanied by Congressman Earl
C. Michener, of Adrian, seeking re-
Issu Road Report
Washtenaw county is maitain-
ing 36 miles more of roadway than
last year, a report of the road su-
pervisors show. The total cost of
road maintenance is $53,000 higher I
than in 1929-30, the year ending
September 30. Statistics prepared by
the department shows that .4734
gallons of oil was used per year for
138 miles of road oiled. On the Hur-
on river drive the average was more
than half a gallon, the report states.
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