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Six 'Studies Will be Open for
Those Unable to Attend
Regular Sessions.
Dietetics, Literature, Sociology,
French, Public Speaking
Sections Included.
When the second semester opens
townspeoiple of Ann Arbor who are
unable to attend regular classes at
the University will be given an
opportunity to take advantage of
six kcourses which will be offered
at night by the extension depart-
Charles A. Fisher, assistant direc-
tor of the departiaent paid yester-
day that some of the courses are
continuations of courses being
offered this -semester.
The first of the six courses is
"Tn'troduction to American Litera-
ture," which deals with the litera-
ture of the first 70 years of the
-nineteenth century, with special
emphasis pn Whitman and Emer-
Miss Gillam Gives Course.
Miss Margaret Gillam, director of

AssociatedPress Pbote
Philip F. LaFollette was inaagui atd reeently at-the age of 33, as
the governor of Wisconsin. He is shown taking the oath ot office with
Walter J. Kohler, retiring governor. The oath was administered by
Chief Justice Marvin B. Rosenberry of the state supreme court. =

D 7 kY/A S NEBELLION [LFederal Attorney Aids
NA A JUNTA wspaper Cameramen
vWASHINGTON, Jan. 7. -United
StatesAttorney Rover has decided
-- - k 'I.E[ U - t~hA attacks on press photographers
Unlversity's New Te sc e Will . -is University are something to be investigated.
-1H1,hasbordered assault warrants
Edapoice li tonattorneyand
i On Wi.d onaess. a oolice lieutenaint.

?P eminmi 3ry skt e< uIyz new
Ce-inch refoectin%; tIleC2( C, jh:ih
is planned for the new- observatory
site near Base Lake, ime b hen
completed, Prof. Ileber D. Curtis,
head of the astronemy department
'and director of the U-niversity ob-
servatory, announced yesterday.

Trustee to be Principal Speaker
at Mid-Winter Michigan
District Meeting.

dietetics and housekeeping, will Jerry D. Lammers, international
offer for the first time a course trustee of Kiwanis International,
designated to meet the needs of will be the principal speaker at the
people interested in general prob-geill asep lsakrlunche
lems of nutrition. This course will general assembly and luncheon
meet in the afternoons, when the Michigan District of theS
The French department will con- organization hold their annual
mid-winter trustees conference to-
course which was started last Sept- iday and tomorrow in the League
ember under the direction of Hirsch building. The luncheon tomorrow
Hootkins. will be with the Ann Arbor club.
Aoill e.nteorhe Deco-(Lammers is a charter member of
Another new course for the night the Wessington Springs, Kentucky,
school will be n e byH W. DV. club which has been organized since
ration." It wi earc itec u a c -1921.nSince that time he has been
lege. The course was recently given The first session of the confer-
yn Gores at the Hrdson's deprt eace will open at 6 o'clock tonight
clerks. The work will deal with the when a district dinner will be held.
lersie wowildeatio, al welA meeting of the trustees of the
orical side of decoration, as well district will follow the banquet.
as the basic principles underlying At 9 o'clock tomorrow morning
it, and the development of appre- there will be a general meeting at
ation alifornia Dean Here. which time the retiring governors
The practical public speaking and lieutenant-governors will give
hurse started in September by their reports. Joseph G. Prance,!
Dean ayR. Immel formerly of past president of Detroit, No. 1,
flea Ra K.Imml, frn.erl ofwill head the presidents' confer-
the University faculty, will be con-ds
tinued. Dean Immel is here on leave one.o
from the University of Southern Lewis C. Rimann, of Ann Arbor,
California. will lead the distric " committee
Prof. L. J. Carr, of the sociology Luncheon will be held at 12:15
department, has planned a course o'clock tomorrow with the 2:embers
dealing with modern social rob- k of the Ann Arbor club.
lems in which he will outline the h

Automobile Output
Shows Steady Gain
(hBy Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Jan. 7.-Figures
indicating a revival of activity
in the automotive industry were
announced by the National Au-
tomobile Chamber of Commerce
Production of passenger cars
and trucks in December totaled
155,185 units, a 24 per cent in-
crease over that of December,
1929, and a 15 per cent increase
over that of November, 1930.
The production during Decem-
ber brought the total for 1930 to
3,505,061 units, 38 per cent below
that of the record year of 1929,
but only 2 per cent less than
that of 1927.
Michigan State Conference Will,
Discuss Unemployment
Students desiring to represent the
University as delegates to the Mich-
igan state student conference on
unemployment, beginning January
16 in Detroit are asked to register
at Lane Hall, according to -an an
nouncement made yesterday by
' Fenelon W. Boesche, '31, president
of the Student Christian associa-
Prof. Paul H. Douglass of the
University of Chicago will direct
tit three day study that will in-
clue -etual laboratory investiga-
jtions ;.umemployment centers and
relief agencies. Sociological cen-
ters and unemployment offices will
be visited, ai.rI agencies such as the
McGregor Institute and the Mis-
sions welfare headquarters will be
seen. At each of the places visited,
students will have opportunity to
ask questions and learn the nature
and amount of work done.
Professor Douglas will accompany
the students on the trips, and then
will lead 'cpcn forum discussions
Saturday ev-ing a n d Sundayi
morning. He is secretary of Gov-
ernor P i n c h ) t's unemployment
commission in Pennsylvania, and
the author of numerous books and
magazine articles dealing with the
present economic crisis.
Registration and meetings will be
held in the downtown Detroit Y.
W. C. A. building. Rooms for dele-
gates will also be provided there,I
and at the Y. M. C. A. building. The
opening dinner will be held Friday
evening at the Y. W. C. A., and is
free to all delegate6.

This telescope, according to pres-
ent plans, will be 80 inches in aper-
ture and have a total weight of1
nearly a 100 tons. The mirror alone
will weigh over three tons and the
tube will be approximately 40 feet
in length..
When completed. this telescopel
will be the second largest in the
world until the proposed 200-inch
telescope is finished.
Mere size has not been the mo-
tive in its design Professor Cu"ti
said, instead, it has been the an
to make this telescope the mos t
flexible large telescope in existence.
Every provision for quickness and
ease in manipulation is being made
so that it can be adapted readily
and speedily to any line of astron-
omical research. In pursuance of
this aim the telescopedwill embody
a number of new and interesting
The preliminary plans have een
sent to the Honorary Curators of
the Observatory: Judge Henry S.
Hulbert, Mr. Robert McMath, and
Mr. Francis McMath, all of Detroit.
Mr. Francis McMath was consulting
engineer for the Quebec bridge and
his advice will be of great service
in the engineering questions in-
After some of the details of
the preliminary plans have been
definitelyrdeciled upon, Prof. Cur-
tis will proceed to the more detail-
ed planning of the various parts of
the great mounting.
Teachers' Gathering Will Discuss
Re-Organization Report.
Dean J. B. Edmonson, of the
School of Education, will leave thi
afternoon for Washington to take
part in a meeting of the Steering
committee of the national advisor ;
committee on education.
The committee is meeting to di>-
cuss a report which has been made
on the reorganization of the activ-
ities of the federal government i
the field of education.
"When the report is finished,"
Dean Edmonson said, "it will be
submitted to President Hoover, whc

The attorney, Harry F. Kennedy,
Studeit exective rom colleges was charged with breaking news-
in all ptrts of the U itd States paper photographer's camera and
met December 2 anuary 2 orcing him into n automobile aft-
SAtlanta, era e Sixth e an attempt to take a picture of
f. a client.
an1 congres 0 8 - ional Lieut. John Maloney was accused
Student Fed'er i ion of A i a, Uo of attacking another photographer
disc ss 8 e nno' d mi erna- when he at'empted to record a po-
tional im~plicatons of the tarif and
s esFprnansdn micman being taken to headqu r-
s ictud ter, for investigation in connection
leader . Morton 5. E ', '31, pres with the murder of 19-year-old
e;n, of Stu n e nn' r ented enlah Limerick.
Sthe Univer. ity. __
Associated Press Photo hNellie Taylor Ross, vice chairman SpRebels Ousted
*i ei.oi Aria ss Ph of the Democratic natIonal com-
easmittee , d former governor of by Bitish Authorities
Who lea d the junta which re- b rts uhrte
placed the ArosmenagovermentWyomiL;. adr d 1he aSnbled
in Panama, will head the country delgates on 'The Tariff and Un- (By Associated Press)
until Ricardo J. Alfarco, minister mployment." D. W. Davis, former LIVERPOOL, Jan. 7.-Capt. An-
to Washington, can return and as- governor of idaho represented the tonio Rexach and Lieut. Joaquin
to Wsitopncy Republican po sition on the tariff. Collara, Spanish aviators, who par-
ue the presidency.Norman Thomas Socialist candi- ticipated in the recent unsuccess-
date for the presidncy in 1923, ful rebellion in Spain today were
maintairnd over t a e Columbia ordered by the British authorities
er'dR igPewrk y 'Wrd-t return to Portugal on Jan. 10
wide Depr ession Demands World- aboard the steamer which brought
C P Itfl"them here last week.
Georgia School of Technology The authorities refused to issue
. 'dd 8 iand Agnes Scott college acted as, a visa which w/ould have permitted
r--- I the hosts to the delegates, who the self-exiled fliers to remain in
3cst Conducted Sections to be numbered more than 300. A pro- England. It was understood unof-
Determined January 28 at gram of discussions on student gov- ficially that France had indicated
ernment, honor systems, fraterni- a reluctance to admit the Span-
Waterman Gymnasium. ities, athletics, publications and de- iards to her territory.
bating was carried out. Definite The two aviators came here last
Reserve Officer's Training Corps 'student opinion was sought on such Friday on the way to France, but
drill competition for this semester questions as prohibition, compul- were detained by the immigration
wil be held from 5 to 6 o'clock, sory R. O. T. C., the World Court authorities because of passport ir-
and the tariff, Bell stated. regularities.
January 28, at Waterman gymna--, ____
sium, Major Basil D. Edwards an- -
nounced yesterday.'A Shows at
At that time a competition will LAST
take place to determine the best TIMES 2:00, 3:40
drilled squad, platoon, and com- TODAY 7:00, 9:00
pany. Prizes will be awarded as fol-
lows.: to the captain of the best L UIEFORD
a led company. a gold medal; to
the lieutenant of the best drilled FAZENDA STERLING -
p.-atoon, a silver imcdal; and to the IN
,orporal of the best drilled squad, "SPRING IS HERE"
a silver medal. Besides these major Tv
awards, each member of the win- Three great romances interwoven into the deverest comedy
ning squad will receive a bronze concoction of the season.
medal, and each member of the ALSO
best drilled platoon will receive a H. B. WARNER-LOIS WILSON
service ribbon in the University col- IN
ors. The 15 best drilled freshmen "THE FURIES"
will each receive bronze medals.
You've never heard H. B. Warner in a greater speaking role. You've
Thne University committee on ner seen Lois Wilson more alluiringly beautiful.
military affairs will review the drill.
The committee consists of: Dean ____
Aifred H. Lovell, chairman, Prof.

najor difficulties which have beset'
civilization in North America.
Those enrolled in the sociology
course will be given choices of study
from the folowing subjects: popula-
tion growth, race question, rural
life, growth of cities, waste of nat-
tiral resources, poverty, class rela-
tionships, moral changes, the posi-
tion of the church, function of the
press, and the control of war.

Varsity Forensic Teams to Hold
Three Contests.
Michigan's debaters will wind upI
their firsst semester program with
three no-decision debates in Ann
Arbor against Miechi an and Oh in-)

William 11. Hobbs, Prof. Arthur E.!
R. Boak, Dr. Frederick A. CollEr,
Pro'. E. Blythe Stason, and Dean
Joseph A. Bursley.
Major Edwards and reserve Lieu-
tenants Moyer, Robert D. Gordon,
and William M. Duckwitz will judge
the competiion and make the
debating schedule for the women's
team has been scheduled this year; t
it Will meet eight other teams.

has shown much interest in to
problem of the proper relation hij.
between the federal government
and the state governments in mat-
ters of education."

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colleges in the month of January.
Three different affirmative teams
Named to Committee will participate, and the subject
will be unemployment insurance.
William W. Bishop, head librar- Dennison college is scheduled for
ian of the University, has been re- January 10, Hope for January 15,
ian of the University has been re- and Albion for January 18. The Al-
appointed chairman of' the Com- ! bion contest will be a return meet-
mnittee on International Relations ing, the negative team having de-
cf the American Library Associa- bated there earlier.
tion, according to the handbook of Next semester an effort will be
the Association which has just been made to enable more men to par-
issued. ticipate, and debaters will be given
This .Committee is one of about an opportunity to earn University
Sixty A. L. A. committees which credit for their work, by taking
enable the Association to give ad- Speech 81, a three hour course
visory assistance to librarians, lib- planned particularly for them. Try-
rary trustees and others interested outs will be held February 17.
in library work. The problem of arranged for the second semester,
providing books for the 48,000,000 with debates in towns near Ann
people in the United States and Arbor planned to gain interest.
Canada without public library serv- --
ike is only one of the subjects stu-I

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