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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1931

Yale resident
DR. JAMES ANGELL FINANCIER SEES
3 A E AN FTRADE REVIVAL
TO GIE PR INCIPAL
More Than 500 Students to Make
Up Body of Scholars
at Gathering.
RUTHVEN TO GIVE TALK
inners of Scholarships, Prizes
to Attend; 1931 Marks
Eighth Meeting.

Will Address Honors Convocation

PATTON TO' UNIL'
PETERSON PICTUREI
AT RITE TOMORROIN5'
Regent Walter H. Sawyer to be
Principal Speaker at
Banquet.
DR. NOVY TO GIVE TALK
Ruthven to Receive Portrait on
University's Behalf at
Ceremony Tomorrow.

jL hat's t in On
THEATRES
Majestic-Ed Wynn in "Follow
the Leader."
Michigan-Joe E. Brown m "Go-
ing Wild."
Wuerth-Gary Cooper in "The
Man from Wyoming."I
GENERAL
Physics Colloquium-S. L. Gehr-
hard on "Thermochemical Con-!
stants," 4:15 o'clock, room 1014,
East Physics building.
Dance-Faculty women's dance;
series, 9 o'clock, Union ballroom.
OiRitE'R MEBER

SLOSSON ADVOCATES UNITED STATES
MEMBERSHIP IN LEAGUE OF NATIONS
Historian Expresses Doubt That settled by war. It also has the au-
Congress Will Take Action thority to put an end to all wars.
on Measure. The League has at the present
time three major problems which
it must face, he continued. These
Stressing the need for the United are the "problem of the Rhine,"
States to join the League of Na- which concerns the disputes be-
tions, Prof. P. W. Slosson, of the tween France and Germany, the
history department, stated in his naval tension existing between
lecture, "The Living Corpse," given France and Italy, and thehproblem
lecure "Te Lvin Copse" gvenof dealing with Russia, who is not ,
before the Tolstoy league yesterday, a member of the League and who
that it was improbable than any seems rather hostile to it.
decision concerning the member- He further stated that if thwe
ship of the United States in the United States refuses to join either
World Court or the League would the World Court or the League of
be made by Congress in its present Nations, one of two, things will
session. happen: either Europe will "go on
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aleDr. Charles L. Patton, of Spring- deal with this problem now, he up a new and successful economic
Ye Y ry a field, Ill., a former assistant in the ___CU__ I stated, is partly that they are busy order in which the United States
Mounced as the Principal spakerA obstetrics department of the Uni- Robert E. Bunker, of Muskegon, a with national matters, and partly will not be included.
on the ghth e annual Honors Con- because of a small minority of
4datIon programn, sne~dUlt'd May. Aaociated Press Photo versity, will present to the Univer- former member of the Law school what President Wilson called "i ill-
Miy, what residntpWiso nglled " i ss a m n
Approximately 500 s udents of the !a I M Warburg sity the portrait of Prof. Peterson, faculty, died at his horne Sunday, it ful men," who are opposing te Bigby Asks Payment
University wil spririnupt he lion-H Iternational banker of N e w of the medical school, at the cere- was learned here yesterday. He was issue. of Engineering Dues
Dr. Angell will deiv * .rt' eoYork, who stated that prosperity monies at 3:15 o'clock tomorrow in 82 years old. Professor Slosson stressed the
ation address follow in an intro- was returning in a recent report the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. The Death was attributed to heart superiority of the League of Nations According to a statement mader
duction by President Alexander to the board of the Manhattan painting of the picture was made disease an ailment from which he over the Kellogg Peace pact and all yesterday by Paul S. Bigby, presi-
paintingalmntfomwhchh other eace plans that have as yet dent of the senior engineering class,
Grant Ruthven, presiding officer company of which he is chairman. possible by a group of Professor had sufered for three years. ben pc ns n athe au y menteof ue sm ay b made i
at the exercises. Last year's address -- Peterson's former assistants.b
S idTMr. Bunker was a professor em- is not merely a resolution but an room 217 West Engineering build-c
asiven by Dr. GeorPe Edgar Vin- Ruthven to Take Part. eritus of law. He was a member of organization to which 54 out of 63 ing from nine o'clock until three
ihtHP Stesdents to Atten 1ident Alexander G. Ruthven the faculty from 1901 to 1918, when nations of the would belong. It o'clock today, tomorrow, and Thurs-r
tntta the picture for the Uni- he retired, and is the author of provides, he said, machinery to day. A member of the announce
- C s chostn o ur fr versity and Dr. Frederick G. Novy, "Bunker on Negootiable Instru- settle judiciary matters and con- ment committee will also be on 2
konrs Convocation mre selected hy chairman of the executive commit- ments" flicts that have heretofore been duty to take orders.
'ttech atc tspnsksticLhaUtaite w l sp k-b-l o- --- - ------i- --s-----i- --eha------the--
a variety of fields. Students whoI ___ medical faculty. Dr. Peterson will
'aVe attained at least a "B" aver give a short talk at the time of the --- --
10'1er cent of the senior classes in Teutonic Subjects for presenatAAR OR N EE
~~~~~~e~~~~o an odrn ntehgetWlDehue trst Ake anANNtARBORhNELeaguRIEFl
the various schools and colleges of Radio SpeechesA follow at 7 o'clock the afternoon
the University frm more than halfceremonies. More than 125 guests
o th . Fre han ao thono- The German department of the including the medical faculty, rep- WEEK-END SEES which he was coasting down a hill day on a charge of reckless driving.
Unierstyns.o-Freshmanih te andtatvsophomoread o Re. ... . EE
stTdents who have attained an av- Uiversity is co-operating with the resentatives of the Board of Re- Con First street Sunday crashed into Police said Kurtz was Involved in
erage equivalent to at least half broadcasting studio this week in the gents of the University, President 12 CAR CRASHES an iron fence. Sustaining severe an accident on Main street Sunday
"A" and hialf "B" and Phi Beta presentation of a series of educa-E Ruthven and Shiriey W. Smith, sec- -
pajuniors areanotherl prestainu retary and vice-president of the Twelve traffic accidents in which and ankles, Porter was pinned be- after he had driven through a red
gt'pa jios ar e anor are tional addresses. University, and a number of Dr. two casualties were reported occur- tween the fence and the sled. Po- light.
gtiMfsted on the honors roster. Prof. Edmund Wild will speak on Peterson's former assistants are cx~ red over the week-end. Police as- lice took him to St. Joseph's Mercy
Medals to Be Given. rdoe h eked oiea-
Fellowships and scholarships, and Wednesday concerning "The Value pected to be present. cribed the unusually large number hospital where he was treated by Auto Thief Held
the winners of special awards com- of the Study of German." Prof. Sawyer Will Speak. of ithep maly torweatheron-hDr. L. J. Johnson.wat tdy
WrTe the remainder of the yearly Tobias J. C. Diekhoff will speak The principal speaker on the pro- misaps mainly to weather con- olie are holdin William Mar-
onors group. Included in this list the following day in German on the i gram will be Regent Walter H. Saw-ditions and slippery streets. Meetin
ah'e holders of University fellow- s u b j e c t "Neure deutsche und yer. Other speakers will be Dr. w. Mrs. John Laws, 638 Smith ave- tin, of Mount Clemens, on a charge
shfs, state college fellowships, spe- H. Morley, of Pontiac, Dr. Richard nue, Detroit, was treated at St. Dr. Harley A. Haynes director of of unlawfully drivng away an au-
es hi scholarsipASmith, of Grand Rapids, Dr.Joseph's Mercy Hospital Sunday for the University hospital, met with tomobile, on his failure to post
mers, publications awards, medals in Prof. Norman L. Willey, of the sity and ir. Pet rso owa univer- a broken collar bone which she suf- the Michigan Crippled Children's $1,500 bond assessed in justice
rhetoric, journalism, and other de- Gdatet, w diIfered when the car in which she commission at its regular confer- court yesterday by justice Bert E.
partments. Last year a total of 492 "1 Di was riding with Gaylord Stevenson, ence yesterday in Lansing. Fry, who set the date for Martin's
Ltudentsareceivedr e ot of 49 "The D loe" o the G er e distinguished American paint- also of Detroit, overturned in amJ
thots einvitation to the honors University of the Air program ' - e picure will ditch after skidding on icy pave- Judge Fines Kurtz
yprobably be placed in Alumni Mem- ment in the 1900 block on Jackson
eevent is held annually in HillsationW at2 o ock orial hall after the ceremonies. avenue. Mrs. Laws was taken to Edwin Kurtz, 500 S. Seventh TYPEWRITER
dT even is eldatn y in il this afternoon. Raymond Morin, Dr. Peterson has been connected the hospital by a passing motorist. street, was fined $10 and $4.55 REPAIRING
aulitoruemb, and is attended by fa- present the musical with the University since 1901 and Rev. Road, 603 W. Liberty was court costs in justice court yester- h
ad eti aene rkstedoffun fo. sp programhis resignation, to take effect at treated at St. Joseph's Mercy hos- - All makes of mac ines
cial sections are marked off for stu- the end of the academic year, was pital for cuts about the face Sun- sOur neipment anconsidered
dents being honored, while doctors' deutsch-amerikanische Lyrik." The recenly accepted by the Board of day after his car collided with a ANN STREET DRUG CO am on gthe best in the State. The resu
hoods are worn, as during Com- Midnite Sons quartet will be heard Regents. At the present time, he Buick cab driven by John Hoy, 609 of twenty years careful building.
mhencement- on this program.is professor of obstetrics and Bates S. Fifth street, at the intersection Read Our Ad
aprofessor of diseases of women and of Hill and State streets.DR LL
The Michigan University of the hildrenlan ttsPage
athemates Society Air program that goes on the cir don 5 314 South State St. Phone 6615
Will Select Oficers Friday afternoon will feature a tao UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA-- Coaster Injured - __ ---
__by Harold E. Sterns, jr., concerning "Ignorance is no discredit to a pu
Officers for the coming semester "German Immigration Since the pi but it is a disqualification in a H. C. Porter, 118 Allison drive,
wi1l be elected at the regular meet- Cr gteat"l said Regent C. H. Rowell Ioto ls, waes t s v icLAST 2:00, 3:40
frig of the Undergraduate Mathe- Celebrating the one h u n d r e d recei. '.[years first winter-sports disaster TMS90
matics club at 8 o'clock tonight in twenty-eighth anniversary of Ben- in Ann Arbor when the bob-sled on TODAY 700, 900
'ojn 021,Angellhall.jamin Franklin's birth, the Univer- _
6-o mn E011, An'2harl. sity radio program will broadcast a
,, per n E TeCenr t '2,fillread talk at 7:30 o'clock, Saturday night, p
p byP ,on a.Benjamin al rday th n T ISHARD TOBROWN-CRESS " GARY COOPER
in Mathematics" as part of theĀ°A 0
progMam.electiical engineering department, EXCELL & Company, Inc. "A MAN FROM WYOMING"
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY'ventor." An outstanding authority
NORTHWESTERN U NanaeSiT, Dr. Cyrus New, daing, a different kind of outdoor picture With June Collyer,
-The building >f a university air- sh oC iNVRegis EToomey"ei"O~' ~i'~~'i eCly
- --hebuldngo aunvesiy ir~ peniios namiDr Cru ~OO lI~N VESTMENTReiToe, Tender romance mid the thrills of fighting!
poti h erfti i Surgis, of the medical school, will A * prBntenerftr a'sben~lotl i ujetwl e"oeT
proposed.also talk. His subject will e "SomeE U T SWEDNESDAY
_____-o -ed. New Diseases." Other features are & SCU -T EOSEPEDNENAAY
planned.
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4artian Theme Projected; to be
Costume Ball; Knudson, 31A,
Announces Plans.
The Architectural society's an-
tual May Party will be held May
5 in Waterman gymnasium, the
xecutive council of the organiza-
ion decided at its meeting Wednes-
ay night. Preparations for the af-
air have already been started, and
ommittees will be appointed in
he near future, Percy Knudsen,
31A, president of the society, an-
iounced.
The theme of the party, which is
to be a costume ball and pageant
combined, will be the ",Descent of
he Martians," the decorations por-
raying what Mars and its inhabit-
ants would look like.
The committee for the designing
and decoration of the party has al-
ready been named, Wayne Meade,
31A, Frederick Sweitzer, '31A, and
Lorne Marshall, '31A, being the
three who will h a v e complete
charge. All of them have had ex-
perience before in this kind of work,
Meade having won the contest for
designing two years ago, Schweit-
zer being art editor of the 'Ensian,
and Lorne Marshall being president
of the Studio Art club.

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