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THEIFMICHIG~AN

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1930

STPITU1 1 UBN LEADER WHEN1 PLANESl CRASHl IN!ACCIDE
UN IY0900SUDENTS AT HAVANA [UNIVERSITY FU OUR INJURED AT ROOSEVELT FIELDf
NIEIT v0DESTROY PCUEO UBNLAEIP ROoF. dU1VVILE LANESCRAHI__ACI__NT_ 01
BE INS UCTIONSWi'J Tell Bar Association About jtde
BR r DI STUTIN rT ICSS AcRUL ES V '.

TO0R S 'WIL90
IEALTH,. SESSION
it Health Association to

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Professor Ma i_.,_ :; to Start Series
Fei't / 3; :iContinue
for One Month.
Less3ons to bse lyWonied
Out fag; ~On f
FVi'ce half- our 1e580ns in the1
playin,; ci ---j n! . mrumcnts will be
brodcat och V~nV~yafternoon
du lng th _Mi ^i 7nUniversity of
the Air pros' , ? . starting' Feb. 1 6
and coatinu inthrough March 16,
It wa ;a<< f.,ed ycsterdtay byt
Prof. V1d1 A~t director. Prof.
Joseo ~ M a of the public
school ai;dewtenxill di-1
rec t iP
Instructjo~ :2 i) 10cgiven onl the
following A u i :flute, lpic-
cola, can 05, . sosaxo-
phone , er&J s ~:~,in clophone,
alto, Frene,,- : .. £;n bone, bari-
tone, euphnc, ',and lhelicone.
The course iL s osucially planned
to provide eleme}ntary inistruction
for grouaps of school children from
the fourthgad through the high
school.
All the student needs, to take ad-'
vantage of the lessons, is an instru-
ment in playing condition. Music
for the, lessons may be obtained
free by addressing the broadcasting
service in Ann Arbor.
MdyOffers Course.
Professor Mladdy who will offer
the instruction is away from- the
campus a large part of the time
lecturing in the public schools con-
cerning -musical topics. le was the
organizer of the national high
:school orchestra camp at :Interloc-
ken, Michig~an, to which school
musicians fl oem all parts of the
country were :lent last summer for
ins'tructLion in orchestration . and
band work.
Other courses of instruction
wich th Le University will offer in-
cludes a week of German starting
Jan. 12, and, at a later date, a weekS
will be devoted to instruction. in
French. The courses will not be
r esented' to take the place of high
schl ins_ truction, but are desig-,
nated as; extra -curricular informa-
tion2 to supplement classroom dis-
cussion.

by SuprerneCourt.
lProf. Edsen R. Sunderland, of the
Law S-hoof, will appear before the
Detroit Bar a.3so ciat-ion at a dinner
next Friday at the Doak Ca dillac
hotel. to di3cuss the new rulcs of
fei.p*acticc recently adopted by
the Suisrvnse Court. The revised
j icies go into effec~t on Jan. 1, 1931,
il a he counrts of record in thec
Sat ..
Pr-ofessor Sundelnand originallyr
drafted the rules as a member of 1
tie state procedure commission,
f-ci :later did adtiditional work upon
tb tne by special request of the
j l-dges of the, Su,,re e Court. A,
arg-e at enda nc is expected at- thej
baCnqueti, inasmnuch a 7 all MichiganI
lawyer_ will be obliged to use the
new rules after the cend of this
month.
Du ring the next week, Professor
I Sunderland will leave for Chicago
to attend the annual meeting of
the Association of American Law!
Schools to be held Dec. 29, 30, and
31. He is the president of the asso-
ciation.4
M r s ryFraternities
Hold Dance at Lea7gue
VForty couples attended a dance
t given by Scabbard and Blade, na-I
tional honorary military fraternity.
- and Pi Tau Pi Sigma, local military,
fraternity, Saturday night in the
Alumnae room of the League bid
bid n .William M. Duckwitz, M3E, presi-
dent of Pi Tau Pi Sigma, stated
s that the dance was the first joint
affair to be given on campus by
athe two military organizations.
Scabbard and Blade is headed by'
William Cooke.

f . December 29, 30.
i Plans have been made to send a
a ~delegation to the American Student
Health association conference, Dec.
4s, 29 and 30, in New York City, Dr.
A 41 Warren E. Forsythe, president of
I thie 1930 convention and director of
fi r?; . s tile University Health Service, stat-
A' 11 w; d yesterday.
Y } fi r ' .Dr. Forsythe, with Dr. John Sund-
; wal, rof sso of ygi ne nd k" ilic health, and Dr. M argaret Bell,
of the Health Service, will attend
~ ~ .. -the conference which will be held
in coin~unc7tin with the National
s ' 1 Ceilarlate tAthlelilc association.
fLcaith service physicians from
colleges in nearly every part of the
cc antry wil nmeet in this conven-
tion to discuss such matters of
}k k. j tudent wvelfare as the relation of
' physical education to health and
z N j women students' health. A uniform
k r >;health know ledge test for all the
4.Associated PressaPhoto schools, and the extent of free
This is what happenedi when a plane abu to Lz &t u d onetramnsudtsholreiv
about to lanAd s.iished head on at Rocesevelc field, New York. Fourjwl edsusd
occupants were irnju.red i1 the u t 'sue!Crock-up. -

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Amid new disorders by stu dents and wvi hthr ors buzzing through
Havana that he soon will resign, President Gerarela 'hflachado suspendec
constitutional guarantees through the whole of Cubsa. Pictures show
students of the National university destroying a picture of President
Machado during the recent disturbances in Havana.
TECHNIC DESCRIBES CONSTRUCTION
OF NEW CLEVELAND UNION TERMINAL

Magazine Goes on Sale Today
Engineering Building.

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A graphic story of the history and
problems met in the construction o-4
the new Cleveland Union Terminal
building is told by Paul R. Guthrie,7
Grad., in the December issue of the1
Technic, student publication of the
engineering and the architecture
schools, which will go on sale today
in the halls of the West Engineering
building.
The article is illustrated with a
plan of the tracking to the term-
inal and a general view of the
entire project. This is only one of a
number of articles on engineering
and architectural subjects which
appear in the December number.
"Research on Forge Heating," by

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W. F. Jominy, 'I6E. American Gas
association 'research engineer, ex-
plains some recent developments in
the methods of treating steel and
m-etals of all types.
The story of the Yale--Princetor
excavations in Transj ordania and
the subsequent findings in the an-
dient city of Gerasa is told in an
article on this work by D. James
Seaton, '193A, while John J. White,
'32A, explains somne developments
in the accoustical treatment of
buildings. White is also the creator
of the cover design.
A short biography of Prof. James
13. Cissel, of the structural engin-
ering department, is presented in
the college notes section. A number
of shorter articles complete the
December number of the Technic.

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802 PACKARD STREET
TODAY, 5:30 to 7:30
MEAT LOAF, TOMATO SAUCE
BREADED VEAL CUTLETS,
JELLY
ROAST PORK, APPLE SAUCE
POT ROAST OF BEEF WITH
VEGETABLES AND NOODLES
MASHED OR AU GRATIN
POTATOES
SPINACH, PEAS, CARROTS
WE WILL REMAIN OPEN DUR-
ING THE HOLIDAYS.

CIca.o Alum i roupin =41 TODAY
B. nI Saian, o' the English!
toEntertain Students depaitrnertt will dis cuss "Realism
-- in Shake. ,:rer an Drama" at 2
Students spend in? tide holidays in' o 'ciock this afternoon during the
'Chicago have been invited by the j Urav'ersity radio hour broadcast I
University of Michigan club of that over Station WJR.
I city to attcnd a luncheon ;11 ti" % The gener al conception, Swain
honor Monday, Dec. 23, authee Lni"-' sa-s, is tha, t realism is a modern
g ineer's club, loeelteyd at 3:14 Fede ral dramatic and literary feature.
street. However, he will shove that it
Invitations have already beenI dates at least from Shakespeare's
mailed to m~any of the Chicago1 era. Sidney Straight, tenor, ac-
students. ThYose in Chicago at the; companied by Grace Snyder at
time who have not receivecd invit a- ( t1i piano will furnish the musi-
tions are also requested to attend.,X41porm
The affair wvas given last year. porm
Your banker is the iogicai man
- to give you counsel on investments.
r The offcers of thi's bank are
especially fitted to adviise YOU on in-2
vestments.
I We shall be glad to consult with
or not the investment is made r
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CHICAGO, Dec. 16. - A steam-
heated home with 22 kennels hav-
ing upper and lower berths for
stray dogs during the cold weather
will be provided by the city council
of Oak Park.
U ofM STUDENTS
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Have a complete
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We are able to announce a special early release a this week's records
to, accommodate the students.

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