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TUESTA SEPFAQWR23, 193o
UN I RSITY To G1I
SiIXhE__WEEKLY
Music School, Medical Faculty
to Contribute Numbers t.o
Year's Program.
ABBOT' PIRE~CTS WORK
Educators Anticipate Benefits
of Radio Lectures to
Vocational Work.
Recognizing the value of radio in
the field of education, the Regents
have approved the broadcasting of
five half-hour program-s each week,

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U. S. SETS ASIIE
TIMBERT5ACTS
WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 -- TheJ
United States forest service has an-I
nounced today a nation--wide pro- -
gram had been launched to pre- Letters Should Not be Sent in
serve in perpetuity typical tracts of Cs
virgin and primitive forests. Care of "University of
Three definite types of areas will Michigan".
be designatedF for their educational,
historical and .research values, the FURNISH CHANGE CARDS
forest service said. The first-a
system of "natural areas" - will be Freshmen are advised to have
of growing value, the announce- their mail addressed direct to their
ment added, because of the increas-, Ann Arbor residence, giving street'
ing scarcity of virgin forests of the i and nmber. If a change is made
type that were associated with the ' in residence cards will be provided
early history of America." I at the branch post office in the
A number of "'primitive areas,"I Nickel's Arcade which when filled
will be designated, it was said, for Iout will direct mail to the new ad-
the benefit of people who crave the dress.
"hack to nature" type of forest rec- Under no conditions are freshmen
reation. advised to have mail addressed in
"It is expected that from five to care of "The University of Michi-
ten experimental forests will be re- gan." The University has no way
quired within each of the twelve or of delivering mail to students and
thirteen forest regions of the coun- such communications have to be re-
try," the forest services said. "Their tirned to the senders unless the
area will range from about 1,500 to ,student upon his arrival files at the
5,000 acres." ,Ann Arbor Post Office one of the
r __ regular "change of address" cards,;

EXT T ND SOVIE T G(CAIN DEA L PROBE;-""""""""""""""""""""'" '"" "
CLAIMSHORT SALES BROUGHT DROPI-
(By Assoriatd Press> f fo 00',O o 6 ,({,C
WASHINGTON, Sept. 21-A more 111,1,,
extended investigation of short sell- bushels a day, and recounted the -
ing of wheat by Russia in the Chi- drop in wheat while the Russians
cago pit was said today by Secretary were selling short. Hyde also said:
Hyde to have become necessary "Not the least striking factor of Y Many of your friends and neighbors are
through information from E. V: Be- these unique operations is the tact
litzky, president of the all-Russian that, so far from having wheat to among thepatrons of this bank
textile syndicate, which placed the: sell, and thus to hedge, the Rus-
orders, that operations had contin- sian government is rationing its
ued several months. people, and doling out food on food They will tell you why they like us, why they
Hyde denied Belitzky s statement cars. If they elect to sell wheat
that the sales of over 7,500,000 abroad at a time when they find it i=confidently enttust their dollars to our care.
bushels could not have appreciably necessary to ration their own peo-#-,
affected the trend of prices on the I ple, and to shoot men for foragingAw
Chicago market due to the turnover food cars, that is their business." =After you have talked with them, we shal
- -.._._.._............ ..,. ._ ..be glad to serve you as we now serve them,
Among the Best and at
Reasonable Prices
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101-107 Maui Street
330 South State Street
2I Member Federal Reserve
Clean, Pleasant and With Excellent Service """"{"'t"{{t "" {i"l n "t{t {{{t "tlI iltltlll
ONLY ONE BLOCK NORTH FROM HILL AUDITORIUM
SUBSCRIBE TO THE MICHIGAN DAILY

and a one hour program upon one
night of the week for 25 weeks of
the 1930-31 college year.
Will Print Programs.
Arrangements for the broadcasts'
are being made by Prof. Waldo Ab-
bot, director of the broadcasting
service of the University. Programs,
and hours of broadcast will be
printed in The Daily each day.
The weekly evening programs will
probably consist of three short talks
of approximately six minutes each
smilar totchose that have been
M444 ding the past six years.
These proyr ms will feature musi-
ca l' rgThmssponsored by 'the!
Sdiol of IMusic, faculty, and stu-
dents.

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Speeches to be Published.
The speeches given during thei
evening programs will be printed in
a bulletin as has been the custom#
in the past.
During-i he programs the Uni-
versity does not propose 'to offer;
cquises of instruction with e'amih-
ations for its listeners, as is being'
done by some universities, but will'
introduce various vocations anid'
professions with the purpose ofI
guiding young people In their
choice and training. The medical
faculty will',spread reliable infor-,
mation which will be of real benefitk
to the public.' Cultural topics will
contribute to the wise use of lei-
sure, according to those in chargee
of the programs.
A monthly bulletin containing ther
advance programs will be mailed toI
All requesting copies from Professor
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Nation Wide Policy Announced;
to Arouse Regiment AgainstF
Ibanez Administration.
(Br Associated Press')I
SANTIAGO, Chile, Sept. 22- A
govern'ment communique today said
that an attempted revolt at Con-
cepcion Sunday against the admin-'
istration'of President Carlos Ibanez
had been frustrated and the in-
stigators imprisoned.
"An attempt was made Sundayl
afternoon to bring about a rebellion
of the Chacabuco regiment, garri-
soned at Cohcepcion. 'The attemptj
ailed from ts very begilning," the
communique said.
"'The incident occurred shortly
before 5 p. m. An airplane piloted'
by two North Americans, presum-
ably citizens of the United States,,
landed near the city, and discharg-
ed its passengers, Gen. Enrique;
Bravo, retired; former Col. Mar-
maduke Grove, .and three civilians,'
Luis Salas Romo, Carlos Vicuna
Fuentes and Pedro Leon Ugalde, all
proceeding from the Argentine."
Band Will T ae Part
i resma Functions
When the Varsity band makes its
appearance at freshmen functions
this week, students will witness one
of the biggest 'and best equipped
groups in the country, according to
Robert Campbell, faculty manager
of the band.
New uniforms have been provided
for approximately 100 bandmen.
The uniforms do not have capes as
in past years, but regulation coats,
with Sam Brown belts and straps
over the shoulders.
The band will hold its first drill
today. Members of the Glee Club
will arrive in Ann Arbor Wednes-
day, and will appear before the
freshmen at several occasions dur-
ng the week.
NEW YORK. Sept. 21.-Mrs. Ella,
A. Boole, president of the Women's
Ohfisti'an 'Temperance union, de-
clarc'd in a radio address today
hat sentiment among American
women is overwhelmingly dry

The total forest area of the Brit-
ish Empire is estimated at 1,910,-
000 square miles.
WELCOME
FRESHMEN
For wholesome re-
freshments eat at the
Sugar Bowl.
We manufacture our
own candy and ice
cream. It is the best.
PREKETE'S
SUGAR BOWL
Dial 2-1414
109.111 South Main Street

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giving his Ann Arbor street address.
Sweden's census, just complete,
shows taht the population is 6,120,-
080.

Scouts
With

May Connect
Town Activities

Freshmen and new students who
have been active in boy scout work
i their home troops are being given
an opportunity to connect with the
local scout organization by register-
ing at a booth located outside of
Waterman gymnasium.
Scout Executive Wallace F. Watt
is inviting former scouts and offi-
cials who are in the University to
*ork as assistant scoutmasters, cub
feaders, examiners in merit badge
Work and in other scout activities.
A' get-together of all former scouts
will be held in the near future.
Anyone interested in scouting is
elcomeat the Boy Scout Head-a
quarters, at 324 E. Huron street.
Vienna, Sept. 21. - The Jewish
Telegraphic agency reports that
Joseph Julius Kraus, New York
business man, has signed an agree-
'nent to finance to the extent of
$1,000,000 a cancer research' insti-
tute here.

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Hear this merry,
merry melody of
happy heartbeats
set to music...
recorded forVictor
-and how! by Gus
Arnheim and his high-voltage
orchestra.
Other Victor Record hits, too .. .
each one "the Broadway berries"
-sweet or hot-for every mood
and moment.
The greatest artists and orchestras
record exclusively for Victor, it
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interest t ichi-
SNew Students
and our many od
friends is the cordial
we1 or e the Parrot
extends.
Quality Foods-Distinctive Service

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GO HOME AND TELL
Y4PURi MOTHER
I'm Doin' That Thing
'Cus Arnheirn & Orch.
22506-Con fessin'
My Bluebird was Caught
in the Rain
RudyVallee & Orch.
22515-Sing
I Still Get a Thrill
Ted Weems & Orch.
23000-Okay Baby
I Want a Little Girl
McKinney's Cotton
Pickers

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BRAHMS SYMPHONY No. 2
in D MAJOR
recorded by STOKOWSKI on Victor
Records and the Philadelphia Orchestra.
lear this great masterpiece today! Victor
Album 11-82, Victor Records 7277-7282

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