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'11.1 U 1:",S.L A Y', OCTOBER Z, 1930

THE MICHIGAI'

DAILY-

PAGE THREE

TWJE.SDAY, QOTOBER 2, 1930 PAGE TH~E
THE MiCHIGAN DAIlY

CANNON ARRIVES IN UNITED STATES
TO ANSWER CLERGYMEN'S CHARGES
Ul ER!C
VOCALfSELE T
t Inuip ml GAME

Purdue Game Fans to Witness
Innauguration of New
Vocal Feature.
LT. COURSEY TO DIRECT
Glee Club Quartette Will Lead
Vocal Unit in Popular
College Songs.
One of the new features planned
for the big games is a singing
band, Robert A. Campbell, treasur-
er of the University and sponsor
of the band, announced yesterday.
This new feature will be inaugur-
ated at the Purdue game a week'
fr om Saturday, he further stated.!
In this part of the program at3
all the big games, the band will be
led in the singing by four members
o the Glee Club who are working
with the 100-piece outfit now. This
quartette will lead the men in new
and old Michigan songs as well as1
other university songs and may
even :delve into the realms ofd popu-
lar numbers for the fans' enjoy-
ir(lt.
This feature, however, is not en-
tirely new to college circles, or, in
.fact, to Michigan, having been in
pactice for the last few years at
schools such as Illinois, New York
Un iversity, Purdue, and Southern2
California. About ten years ago,'
the Michigan band pioneered in
this form of novelty entertain-
ment at football games but for
some indefinite reason did not suc-
ceed.
Besides the "singing band", feat-
ure, new and unique formations are
being drilled on. With the en-
largement of the organization to
100 pieces for the Purdue game,
formations otherwise impossibleI
will be able to be performed while s
the new uniforms will also greatly r
improve the appearance of the
band, Mr .: Campbell also said. °
It is believed by many that with
the enlargement of the band to s
100 pieces, the new uniforms and t
the new features planned that S
Michigan's band will present onefs
of the most up to date, best equip- !t
ped and best drilled outfits in the o
country. The Wolverine band has r
long been known as one of the fin- v
est playing bands in the collegiate r
world and with the new changes t
,s announced no other school will1 o
surpass it in anything except num- .
bers.f

GLIDER'S CNGEODETIC SURVEYPLANS T'JERECTE
WO L y rpg ; SEA LEVEL MARKERS EVERY 50 MILES
Bronze Markers Denoting Long- and actual placing of the markers.
nude and Latitude Also The bronze markers, disks about
three and a half inches in diamet-
}to be Placed. er, will be firmly planted in bed
Brother of Prof. R. H. Franklin beP-cd rock or ineblocks of concrete. Some Addition
Receives First Class Rating Bronze markers, denoting the of them will be bench markers, Scho
After Completing Flight. distance above or below sea level, I which is the term for markers re-
Afe _CmltigFlgt or the latitude and longitude, will! cording the elevation, and others
so thickly dot the United States in in h let , dte
REFUELING' TRIAL MADE 18 years that no one will be able Ilnoun ng triangulationatations, ' With
to get more than 25 miles away 'longitude. A $250 fine or impris- Primary
(.1 lssociaicaP Prss) Ifrom one of them, according to a onment is the penalty for disturb- High Scl
ELMIRA, N. Y., Oct. 1.- A glider report of the Coast and Geodetic ing them. School o
"refueling" attempt, made here Survey. Absolute accuracy in land meas- formerly
Tuesday by a German and an This survey is the result of in- urement and location of given of Tappa
American, came within an inch of quiry for more accurate and com- points with relation to the rest of t thepn
success; a new American glider al- prehensive data on the physical the earth's surface will be achiev consit o
titude record was set, and the dis- makeup of the 3,000,000 square ed, for the government geologists the first
tinction of Col. and Mrs. Lidbergh miles of continental United States. can measure long distances with a They are
as the only American family hold- Congress has appropriated finan- possible error of no more than one onson,
ingtwofirt cassglier icesesI cial aid for work already completed foot in 40 miles. From the control to the de,
was removed. points which they will make will Calvin 0
Wolf Hirth, famous German glid- B SN S CI O bsedN'sim wt h
j Wlf irh fmos Grmn ld-BUSINESS S H O be established thousands of select- schoosl.
er expert, went aloft and by meansled points for use as starting and Dr. Wil
oa300-fish line, weighted swith TO ISSUE BOOKLET checking points for local surveys. research
stones, attempted to lower sand-___wihw
wiches to Jack O'Meara, Akron pi- .
lot. The wing of O'Neara's sail Problem in Business Policies' Bar Will Be Installed fourth to
plane cut the line as the sand- Is First of New Series. in Giant Air 'ane, DOXEd " 'or
wiches were within an inch of his All clan
hand. The attempt will be repeated "Michigan Business Cases" is the ,(Y Assocted Pess) held in r
in the hope of increasing the time title of a new series of pamphlets, ALTENRIEIN, SWITZERLAND, now bein
of flight in glider endurance tests. published under the auspices of Oct. 1.-Folks who fly the Atlantic building.
landed after nightfall the School of Business Adminis- ocean in the giant flying, DO-X,
lneafenihfl.tration. The first issue, prepared- will have plnt tWetABAdrnk
Wallace Backus, New York City, y plenty to eat and drink. new rulin
went up 3,000 feet in his glider, ac- by Prof. Merwin H. Waterman, and A smoking room, as Well as a bar, ed as n
cording to his altimeter, and there- I dated September. 1930,, deals with avbenisledndhp. tere a m
cod g hs limt a h A Problem in Business .Policies.,, have been installed amidships. there are
'by established a new American al- " rbeii uiesPlce.
titude record. His barograph will be These pamphlets are designed for
calibrated by the department of 'use in the class room, to discuss
commerce as preliminary to the adaaye oposieslto
recognition of his record by the [sivenas the correct wy tounet, MICF GAN'S NEW EA1
National Aeronautical association, I the problems that arise.
which is conducting the glider con- Dean Clare E. Griffin of the Excellent Surrounc
tests here. School of Business Administration,
Wallace Franklin, Michigan pilot, writing in the foreword, states, "A
qualified for a first class glider li business case consists of the state- Home Cooked Food-G(
cense. His t1rother, Prof. R. H. ment of the problem or problems
Franklin of University of Michigan, with which some business rgan-
qualified last week. With the ex- ization has been confronted, to-
ception of the Lindberghs no other gether with sufficient information We are pleased to announce the opea]
Aerses.an family holds two such li- about this organization, ;and, some-, built and operated by Mr. Oerr Greenli
times, of the industry involved, to
.- . - provide the necessary background tect formerly of St. Ignace. Mr. Green
Moore, Higbie, Johnson I(for intelligent discussion. For ob- un
to~~~~~ ~ AbudCildn osrasnne osnrnsaeings employing the Indian theme
invious reasons, fictitious names; are,
applied to the business concerns Ann A rbor somethinig entirely new to
described. The cases are in a very
Prof. A. D. Moore, Prof. H. H. real sense the product of the Bur-'
Higbie, of the electrical engineer- eau of Business Research." B:r-
ing department, and Prof. Clarence LncWthU__T
T7. Johnson, of the department of N pls onrxVrg''Luc With UsT
geodesy and surveying, will repre- aples Honors Vzrgd's
sent the faculty of the engineering jNoonday Luncheons 40c
college at a convention of Tau Beta ir a ni sr
Pi, national honorary engineering Associ esLight Lunches Served Until
society, to be held at Lehigh Uni- NAPLES, Italy, Oct. 1.- Naples
versity October 9, 10, and 11. They today began a two weeks celebra-
are president, vice-president, and tion of the bimillenary of the birth
counselor of the organization re- of the Poet Virgil. The celebration
spectively. will culminate Oct. 15, the Epicist's
birthday anniversary. (House of feast)
WABASH COLLEGE-Smoking in Among the pilgrims were scores W. C. KROH
campus buildings, except in speci- of Americans who had come to Opposite Angell Hall
fied rooms, was prohibited recently Naples particularly to participate I
by the senior council. in the 2000th anniversary.

EAISRE O

l 1
EO

tf to University Higi
l Occupied by Dean
and Officers.
he eompletion of the new
addition to the University
;hool, the offices. of the
f Education, which were
located on the first floor
*n Hall, have been moved
ew building. The offices
f a suite of four rooms on
floor of the new addition.
eoccupied by Dean Ed-
Miss McClellan,Dsecretary
an, the Recorder, and Dr.
).Davis secretary of the
One other office, that of
ard C. Olson, director of
in child development,
as formerly located on the
oor of the University High
tas been moved to the sec-
sof the Primarytaddition.
,ses, which were formerly
os in fTappa n Hal arq
g held in the high school
3H COLLEGE-Under .
ig, students will be allow-
any cuts in each class as
hours of credit.

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"INC PLACE

Associated Press Photo
Bishop James Cannon, jr., of the Methodist Episcopal church, south,
returned to the United States from Brazil to answer charges brought
against him by four clergymen of his denomination. le is shown (right)
after his arrival in New York. His bride is shown (inset) as she left thej
ship.

dings

od Service

Name Sink Member TO VISIT MICHIGAN
of Central Grou PURDUE'S BAND
Spots Emerick's Band to Repay
At the recent State Republican Visit of Last Year
convention in Grand Rapids the'
econd congressional district chose by Michigan.
retiring Senator Charles A. Sink (Special to The Daily)
of Ann Arbor, president of the LAFAYETTE, Ind., Oct. 1.-Offi-
Music School, as a member of the cial permission was granted late
state Central Republican Commit- today for Spots Emerick's Purdue
tee for this congressional district. military band to present one of
Senator Sink has been active in their original formations at the
state affairs for many years but'
his year is retiring from the senate Purdue - Michigan game by the
on account of a gentleman's agree- I executive committee of Purdue
ment by which the senatorship re- University. The band will repay the
verted to Oakland County. The visit made by the Michigan band
etiring senator declined earlier in last year and will present one of
he year to accede to the demanids its more intricate formations before
of political leaders and represent- the football game. The entire band
ative citizens that he become a and staff numbering 130 will attend
candidate for Lieutenant Governor. the presentation on a special train.

ing of Wa-ga-nigin,
ees, woodcraft archi-
nlees is noted for his
and has brought to
the campus.
aday
Dinner 60c

Midnight

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MAINTAINED BY

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UNIVERSITY

MUSICAL SOCIETY
Earl V. Moore, Musical Director

CEARLES A. SINK, President

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First Concert
MONDAY, OCTOBER 13, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Fritz Kreisler
AUSTRIAN "KING OF VIOLINISTS"
Second Concert
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Clare Clairbert
BELGIAN COLORATURA SOPRANO
Third Concert
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Alexander Brailowsky
RUSSIAN PIANIST OF DYNAMIC POWERS
Fourth Concert
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Don. Cossack Chorus
SERGE JAROFF, Conductor
THE HORSEMEN OF THE STEPPES
Fifth Concert
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Detroit Symphony Orchestra&
OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Conductor

Sixth jConcert
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Jose Iturbi
SPAIN'S MOST DISTINGUISHED PIANIST
Seventh Concert
MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Detroit Syrnphony Orcheatir
BERNARDINO MOLINARI, Guest Conductor
Eighth Concert
TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Albert Spalding
CELEBRATED AMERICAN VIOLINIST
Ninth Concert
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Paul Robeson
WORLDS .MOST RENOWNED NEGRO BARITONE
Tenth Concert
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 8:15 O'CLOCK
Sergi gachmaninoff
EMINENT RUSSIAN PIANIST-COMPOSER

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