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T'IDE MICHIGAN

DAILY

THURSDAY, DECEIVER 18, 1930

PAGE TWO TI-IF. MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1930

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HUUKLLY A HIJYL Lindbergh's B
PROCRA PLANNED IntoCenter
Fw1y Associated Press)
LITTLE FALLS, Minn.--A projectI
to have the boyhood loame of Col.'
-- Charles A. Lindbergh set side as.
Dean of Students Feels Results a state park will be introduced in
Will be Beneficial the Minnesota legislature in Jan-
to Students.uay
___dnts On this small tract, with its 90
acres of farmland which slope to-
HOPKINS PRAISES PLAN ward the Mississippi river, the
transatlantic flier lived from 1902I
Chapman, Babcock, Johnson to 1920. His pareats brought him
Named as Chairmen of here five weeks after his birth atI
Detroit.
Various Committees. Since Colonel Lindbergh made his
New York to Paris flight, tho farm
"I feel that this program for the has been a mecca for tourists. Sou-
Religious Emphasis week cannot venir hunters have carried away al-
help having good results," Joseph most everything movable.j
A. Bursley, dean of students stated, According to state Senator Chris
yesterday Dean Bursle is one of Rosenmeier of Littie FleI, en old
friend of the Lindbe'gh s, arrange-
a number of faculty men who have ments have been completed or in-
expressed approval of the proposed j troducing the necessary iegi latin.
symposium of the nation's leading He said he had ahnaost d(d ,it.
religious thinkers, which, according assurance that the Lindberga lam-
to present plans, will be held here ily will deed the property to the
late in February. state, provided appropriations are
"The very fact that all the reli- sufficient, to assure maintenance.
Lindbergh had lhis fi:rst experi-'
gious interests are combining in encewih mtd his iaegeon
this effort and that it has received ence with motors iled ivngr"on
the support of a considerable body i of are-World apda d re
of students makes it significant and epre-Whred waridays ,tiiL is pre-
insures its success," Dean Bursley his first urge to fly.
continued.'hsfrturet l.
continued AHere he did the small chores of
Hopkins Approves, a farm boy interestinghis! 'a
"Emphasis upon the religious life poulry, ternmaing hayse
and problems of our community is pultry, cattle and eain ay rHe
a real need," Prof. Louis H. Hop- andped with a long-eard dog
ndplayed wth logered dog
kins, secretary of the engineering which became familiar as his regu-
school said in an interview. "People la companion when he was ap-
outside of Ann Arbor think that we proaching his 'teens.e
pay little attention to such matters. Over Pine creek, that courses
As a matter of fact, the atmosphere through the farm, Charles Aug us-
of the University is filled with a de- tus built a small suspension bridge.
votion to idealism through service Across it he tramped daily, taking:
to humanity. the cows to pasture in the morning'
"A week of special emphasis on and bringing them in to be milked
religion will develop and strengthen at night.
this spirit," he continued. "It is

hood Hore May be Made [ [ RSCASPONSORSILH
of State Park in M innesota E IMl0RAn ForeignStudents W lTakePart

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ISL1 iYI Ll V II1 vi Orartorical Cormpetition. jI IVUJII U di LII
G_-cmalan Government Falls; Entries are being received forlEconomist to Discuss Russian
Provisional President'the first annual oratorical contest Agricultural Production
Is Selected. for foreign students, the interna Before Statisticians.
tional committee of the Student
(1: Associated Press) Christian association announced Vladimir P. Timoshenko, lecturer
WASHINGTON, Dec. 17.-Mn- yesterday. Five students had signi- in economics, will deliver a paper
ste~ Rccinos of Guatemala was no- ifled their desire to participate in
ed by nessage from his country the contest, at 3 o'clock yesterday. viet Russia" before the combined
today t~at the government of Pres- I Rmpeof Arabia, Pal- m nsof the American Statisti-
Repreentaivescal association and the American
Pama had been overthrown. I estine, Iraq, China and Japan will Farm Economics association, Dec.
joe musge received was signed -speak on various phases of religious 29 to 31, in Cleveland.
by Rodriguez eleta, secretary gen- activity and missionary work, ac-
eral f the military junta described cording to the subjects turned in !Last summera imoshenko col-
as new n control of the govern- at Lane hall. John Khalaf,presi lected a large part of his informa-
ment dent of the Arabian students' club Wrat yh o Research institute
Te me caai said Ge. Mauro de and contributor to this year's "In- and the Hooverar library at
1esu. f.rmu miniser of war, was lander," will speak on "Missionary Stanford university. During the
killed in the fighting Tuesday andi Work in Palestine." During his talk, IWorld war President Hooverncol-
that : m;uility preyvailed there to- he disclosed yesterday, he will de- igected numerous volumes pertain-
thaiitr&toquioditnd revdiledbthereato
velop missionary work in his native agtorwod dood phems nd
Gn. Ma<uel Orellana. a well- country from three individual view- ftrwards doat temri the
kwn siziarv Thader, has been points, including those of both the form of a library to Stanford uni-
de :, aed provisional president ! Arabians and the missionaries. . erts
Mesoiotamia,3For this reasona and because this
at the aepubc. Kamil Toonian of:Mesopotamia' library receives nearly all the Rus-
who spoke at a reception of the sian periodicals, it made Stanford
(B; ;: Nda r ess) Major Cole association at Adrian I university an ideal place for Timo-
TFEXICO CITY, Dec. 17.-Private college last Friday, will take as his shenko to carry on his studies.
radio dispatches received during subject "The Torch Bearers." Abra-
the night in Mexico City from ham Antar, '31. a student from Iraq jfis paper is only a small part
Ir of a larger one that Timoshenko
Guatemala City said a revolt broke will tell of the nisionary work in I has been preparing for some time.
oat there at 4 p. m. Tuesday, with his native country, using as his
c'nsi derable heavy firing in thf topic for discussion "Misionary Cg
r'reets a- hour later. Work in Iraq." Yukon Feng, a grad- Caifniaegomn nd Wxshng-
The Mexican Aviation Co., in the uate student from China, will dis- t c o hxphndi-
absence of complete knowledge f cuss "Christianty and Confucian- tor the year, a survey shows.
the situation, instructed its pilot ism," while Katsutoshi Ando, '31E,_

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A piroposal to preserve the boyhcod home of Charles A. Lindbergh
as part of a -state park will $e made to the Minnesota legishature. The
home (below) is located on a 9i0-acre tract near Little Falls, Minn.
For two years aft. beingt gradu- the "old home town" wle en
ated from the Little Fails high I his national tour following th
school in 1918, he spent most of his fuight to Paris. Free from crowds
t on t hetfarmnmtil matru he ent an our walking wt i,
in 1920. For 10 years he made per- grounds.s
odc trios to Washington where his Old friends now are hopeful h
father served in congress. I can return next summer for a core
Lindbergh's last visit to the farm mony dedicating the L i n d b e ri g
was in August, 1927, when he came plece as a state park.

leaving San Salvador today to pro-
ceed directly to Mexico City, omit-
ftig his regular stop at Guatemala
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CLA GEFTT SELECTS
1 1MIT TEE HEADS
Appeintmec'n l to the freshman{
law committees were announcedI
yesterday by Oliver Clagett, class
president.j
Joseph Povers was named chair-I
man of the social committee. Assist-I
ng him will be Fenelon W. Boesche,
Tdi,; ard K. EL sworth, Stephen

will speak of religious work in his
native country of Japan.
New Genetics Buiding
May Have Laboratories I
Probability that provision for
laboratories will be included in the
plans for the new building to house
animals in the study of mammal
genetics, was expressed yesterday.
The structure will be designed to
1 house a number of animals, such
as rats and mice, used for breeding
purposes in the study of genetics.

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significant that all the religious
forces are planning a splendid pro-
gram, and I believerthe University
community will appreciate the op-
portunity to hear the outstanding
men who have ben invited to par-
ticipate."
Four Committees Named.
The central committee of stud-
ents and religious directors met
with the representatives of the
different churches yesterday and
the programs of each group were
discussed in view of possibilities of
co-ordinating them and the ideas
discussed in the different groups.
Four committees for various
phases of the work have been
selected. Howard R. Chapman will
be chairman of the publicity group;
Father Allen J. Babcock will lead
the fraternity and sorority com-
mittee, and Ralph Johnson will
direct the student and faculty com-

PETITIONS TO ASK
LENIENCY FOR RAY
Friends Seek Probation forj
Board Member.
Circulation of petitions asking
that Circuit Judge George W. Sam-
ple show leniency in passing sent-;
ence on Grove J. Ray, former treas-
urer of the Ann Arbor board of-
education, who last week was ar-
rested for embezzlement of school:
funds, was made yesteraay by.
friends. Judge Sample was urged
in the petitions to place Ray on
probation.4
Ray is to appear in court Dec. 29,
to answer the charges filed agcinst
him by the school board. He is :t
on $5,000 bond.

WORK DONE BY ANGELL INCLUDES
BOOK ILLUSTRATIONS, SCULPTURE-
Artist Has Made Bronze Busts nesses of Dr. W. B. Hinsdale, cus-
of Hinsdale, Hutchins, todian of Michigan archaeology in
Wenley, Wood. the museum of anthropology, the

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Dealers in
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Accounts Carried
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Phones: 23221-23222

Work done in the past several
months by Carleton Angell, Uni-
versity artist with studios in the'
University Museums building, has
included everything from illustrat-
ing books to modelling bronze busts,
according to the December issue of
the "Ark," museums publication.
One of his chief activities of
interest has been the sculpturing
of busts of men on the University
faculty. Modelling them. first from
the clay, then having them cast
in bronze, he has completed iike-

late former President Harry Burns
Hutchins, the late Prof. Robert
Mark Wenley and "Daddy" Wood.
Mr. Angell recently restored,
through sculpturing, the head of
a phytosaur found by Dr. E. C.
Case, director of the University
museum of paleontology.

Jenes, and Hartley E. LaChappeile. Rooms for storing feed, and quar-
Other committees follow: Athle- ters for disinfecting cages and other
tie: Edward W. Halloran, chairman, i naterial will be provided. The build-
Arthur Hubbard, Jr., Albert Math- ing will be of fireproof construction.
ems, Henry W. Schmidt, and Alfred It will cost $20,000, Herbert G.
C. Stoddard. Watkins, assistant secretary of the
Advisory: Robert Garden, chair- University, said. Its location will be
m David E. Hassmeier, E. Lough- at the rear of the hospital conval-
heed, Marion D. Ward, and David escent units on E. Catherine street.
Wh eler. -- - -
Financial: Benjamin Fishman, An old Indian mission house at
chairman, Richard S. Cole, Parke Stockbridge, Mass., has been made
Allensworth, Merrill Hendershot, a memorial to Joseph H. and Caro-
and Ernes-;t D. O'Brien. line Choate.

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"THE MATRIMONIAL BED"
With
FRANK FAY AND LILLIAN TASHMAN
IMAGINE-"His mind was a blank from 1925 to 1930. Then he came
to Paris and found himself the sheik of the Champs Elysees. With two
wives and two sets of children, he faced enough trouble to make hit

o 'vo d trouble and disappointment later, call at the
'Ensan ofce between one and five today, and assure
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