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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1931

ED A~ DH K AUSHOLL YWOOD BANKER FACES PRISON ITUET
FOR EMBEZZLEMENT OF$80000IUL
L,'IAJILL BE INSUtEDoil
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ARCHAEOLOGIST DISCOVERS COINS,
4'~AMCIFN'T TRINKETS I PIP7fl CITY

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'Catalogue Will be la's.ribut:ied to4
Tea-chers anid l-ducational
50 000 ARE_ BEING. PRINTED
All schools -Hid Colleges Will
Of f e 1 if thou anc d copies of ~t e sum - -
ineip session catalogue will be dis-
tribmuted this month to all teachers
in Michigan, selectee groups , and
educational ins titutions thr iouph-
. cht the couintry.
The first edition can now~ be ob-
tained in the office of the reistrar,
and students are advised to consult
it before making elections for next
,.::ester. It is axpected the first
cdji]Of will be revised by Janz. 20.
fleaa rdw, f . .r~s of the,
summer s e , Wd yesterday
that "more than "j00 courses includ-
ing inst-ruction in all schools and
colleges in the University will be
offered next summer." Instruction
will also be given, he said, at Camp
:Davis, Jackson, Wyoming; Biologi-
cal station, Douglas lake, Mich.;
Geology and Geography station.,
Xentucky, and the Forestry and
Conservation station in northern
Michigan.;
The teaching staff will number
mnore than 400£. It wll include mansy
of the regulakir professors, and in-
structors, as .well as approximately
50 leading educators from other in-
stitutions ini the United. States and
foreign countries.
To Have Excursions.
Public health inst'itutes will be
. spo)nsored again next summer byI
the University, Dean Kraus said. A
course in dental technology will be
offs;ed for the first time. Anotherl
I qeicial feature will be the excur-
sions to the automobile and air-
plane plants in Detroit, the Michi-
ganm State Prison in Jackson, and
to the automobile proving ground
at~ Milford. There will also be two
longer excursions to Niagara- rills
And to Put-in-Bay, Lake Erie. I
'The work of the ;summer session'
is eouivalent in method. character,
and ciedit value to that of the reg-
ul'ar yiear. To meet the needs of
teathers and educational auxminis-
trators who cannot atten d the full
session, a number of specie l sh oter,
courses will be offered by the edu-
cation school.
Societies to Debate
on Shoals Rcesohdy'on
Alpha Nil and Sigma Rho Tau,
literfary and engineering 'debating
rocietiies, will meet next Tuesday to
¢crgue th-e question of government
ownership of Muscle Shoals. Alpha
i a wvill take the affirmative, in fa-
vor of government control. A de-
cision will be rendered. Definite
time and place wvill be announced
later.

y 1500 Adrsto A-ngell
1 Hall Observatory.
A modern spectrohelioscope is be-
ing installed in the asturonomical
laboratory on the fifth floor of An-
gell hall, Dr. Heber D. Curtis, head
of the astronomy department, said!
yesterday.
The instrument which ea more
than $1,500 is being inst lled tn-
der the direction of H-. J. Coliiau,I

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VV .L.L Z) A I-0T ..&iAA19 AlAlZV AYd.
! Goin i Prof. Leroy Waterman, who is
the supervisor of an archeology ex-
( !pedition now excavating at Tel
n fl Onmar, Iraq, in a l-eter to B3. M.
Godwin, director of the r',,eco
- 11u1c ur, stated tha'.tin dicovr
-iARSof c.oin3 and severalIinesKav
M7ajestic --Hell's An ols" with! ed that they were newgetnr to
eaail parlow. Ben Lyon, "Ind James the third level tf1he. buriedci~
!ail.! they are exploring.
i liehigan-"A Lady Surrenders"( The coins are of S lcucus I who
vri Conrad Nagel, Basil Rathbone,, ruled about 312 B. C. A. bion z jewel
and Genevieve Tobin. box was also found fin t'he saine
Wr~ferth-Betty Compson in "In- level that -ave evidences of havit !
ide 'Ihe Lines." something in it, but, the scientists

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=gave not been able to lift the cover,
yet. A row otf reround colunn
base, hawe beguA' to_ ppear pont-
ing to inorZatGee rch tec-
tuire.
eredt a cl cleau(cm le cof which was
found wlhtexikitc.These
are or h:,cn lvl n re dat-
':ataou hebginn of the
PTo. 'Wal crm tells of ti-e cook
of th e expectitlio.,n(indig a bead ini
th1e crop of .a chicken tthat had
been rce('ently kilh ti.

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superintendent of instrun l nt con-
struction in astronomy. Installa- on Animal Life Board
tion of the instrument, which is of _
the type designed by Professor Hale William P. Harris, jr., associate 1
of Mt. Wilson observatory, will not; curator of mammals in the Uni-I
be completed for about two weeks. versity museum of zoology, has'
By means of the spectrohelio- been appointed by the Board of Re-
scope, students wiii b able to view, gents to represent the University
solar prominences, not in the or- as a member of the advisory com-'
dinary integrated white light of pnoteteon.itraina idlf
every-day vision, but in the lightprtcin
of some particular chemical ele- The University mutseum's invita-
ment instead. It is, for instance, tion to representation entitles it to
thus possible to study some solar one of eight places on the advisory
feature in the light of hydrogen; committee. Oither institutions rep-
alone, in the, light of calcium, or resented are the Smithsonian In-
any other chemical element. stitute, Field museum, Academy of
The instrument is mounted on' Natural Sciences, California Acad-
three piers. A steel platform out- emy of Sciences, the Museum of i
side one of the windows carries aCoprtvZolgheA ria
coelostate, a mechanism by which Society of Mammalogists, and the
the image of the sun is thrown into Wilderness club.
the room. This light passes through
'and then to a diffraction grating oni Before Detroit Group
the third pier. This grating spreads __
out the light into a spectrum which Prof. Robert B. Hall, of the geo-
is reflected back to an eyepiece atj graphy department, will present an'
the second pier. illustrated lecture to the Detroit
Asecondsection of the American Society cf
. _____- IMechanizal Engineers an Monday
WILLAMETTE UNIVERSITY- evening.
Students recently held an all-cam- Professor Hall's address will be
pus skate party which proved to be; chiefly on a survey of ancient land
1a big success. division methods in Japan,

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Gilbert H. Beesemeyer (center, Hollywood, Cal., banker, before
the gates of San Quentin prison where he was sentenced to 10 to 100
years for embezzlement involving $8,000,000. He is shown with Warden
James B. Holohan (left) and Dan Miller, Los Angeles county deputy
sheriff7.
~A N N ARIBO0R UE WS';- B R,]IBFS
POSTAL RECEIPTS October ................. 34,265.51
REVEAL D CRE SE1 December........36,532.35
Postal receipts for 1930 at the! Totwl .................. $302,0'76.51
Ann Arbor postoffice show a de-?
crease of more than $10,000 as com- I Plan W4ailing Rites
pared with 1929 figures, George E. __
Sanzi, ?ssistaiit postmaster, said Funeral services for W. LeVern
yesterday. Receipts for this last Walling, 51 years old, who died
y e ar were $291,363.99 as against Wednesday night at his home, 1023
$302,070.51 for 1929. Forest avenue, following a brief
A tabulation of monthly receipts illness, will be held at 2 o'clock
follow: Itomrrow a fternoon at the resi-

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193 #0
January ................$21,997.73
February ................ 23,316.88
Mrch ...................22,301.52
April ...................22,722.54
May ..................... 26,464.70
June ...................23,356.04
July..................... 18,713.10,
A ligust.........16,608.94
September .............. 20,660.95
October ................. 3107.33
INovember ............... 26,709.20
December...............36,605.06
Total ..................$251, 363.99
1929
J anuary ............... $22,16tJ5.
February ................ 24,168.8 .
Ma ch ................... 25,100.77
April ...................23,861.18
May.................... 22,776.88
June ...................22,261.02
July. .................... 20,050.39
August................. 19,319.85
September ..............21,134.92

Bence. Dr. Frederick B. Fisher will
conduct the services.
*Walling is a former superintend-
ent of schools of St. Clair Shores,
a post he held for three years. He
had been a teacher and was recog-
nized as an educational leader in
Michigan for 24 years, and grad-
uated from the school of education
of the University.

CON'RAD N'AGEL-BASIL RATHBONE
SHO0RT, SUJECTiS
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