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TUESTDAY. JANUARY 13, 1931

THE MICHIA N DAILY

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meeting has been postponed to studio. One hundred percent at-
n Tuesday, Jan. 20. Professor Graves tendance is urged. Please be prompt
New Engieerig Curriculum Is as another group is being photo-
will be the speaker. r, a, n.

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Noted Road Experts Will Attend
Seventeenth Convention
in Mid-February.
DILLMAN TO GIVE TALK
Brumm Will Act as Toastmaster;
Otto Hess, Association
Head, to Preside.{
Governor Wilbur M. Brucker o
Michigan will speak Friday night,
Feb. 20 at the annual banquet of
the seventeenth highway conference
which convenes here Feb. 18, 19,'
20. Prominent engineers from all
parts of the country will come to
Ann Arbor for the sessions.
Grover C. Dillman, state highway
commissioner of Michigan, has also
been secured to speak. Prof. John
L. BrumWi, of the journalism de-
partnent, will be toastmaster. Otto
Hess, president of the Michigan
Association of Road Commissioners
and Engineers, will preside.
Sawyer to Preside.
The Friday morning session with
K. I. Sawyer presiding will open
with discussions on the low cost
of bituminous surfaces by E. H.
Edyvean, resident maintenance en-
gineer, state highway department,
Cadillac; E. F. Wikler, engineer and
superintendent, Gogebic county; M.
0. Bidleman, superintendent, Lee-
lanaw county; George Clow, super-
intendent, Gratiot county; E. K.
McAllister, engineer, Jackson coun-
ty; Leon Luke, engineer, McComb
county.I
The annual business meeting of
the Michigan Association of Road
Commissioners and engineers will
be held Friday afternoon.
Bingham to Speak.
Prominent speakers to be feat-
ured on the program of the con-
ference are Dr. Walter V. Bingham,
director of the personal research
federation of New York; Sidney J.
Williams, director of the public
safety division of the National
Safety council, Chicago; and How-
ard D. Brown, attorney, who will
speak for the Detroit Automobile
club. They will present papers on
timely subjects in the field of high-
way engineering.
A smoker will be held at the Un-
ion, at which time Dean Herbert
C. Sadler, of the engineering col-,
lege, will officially welcome the
delegates to the convention.
Prof. H. E. Riggs will conduct
some of the meetings. Prof. R. L.
Morrison of the highway engineer-
ing and transportation depart-
ments, A. C. Benklman, research
engneer with the Michigan high-
way department, and Prof. S. D.
Sarason ofthe University of Syra-
cuse will also be included in the
large list of speakers.
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View of Entire Field. Chemistry Colloquium will meet
Designed to provide a broad prep- n room 300, Chemistry building,
aration for entrance into the field Wednesday, January 14, at 4:00 p.
of transportation, a new curriculum m. L. O. Case will speak on "Labor-
has been adopted by the transpor- atory Experiments in Physical
tation engineering faculty. Chemistry."
The new program is intended to
present a broad viewpoint of the A. S. C. E. meeting in room 1213
whole transportation field, includ- East Engineering building, 7:30 p.
ing courses in the various phases i., Wednesday, January 14. Mr.
such as mechanical, civil, electrical, Beal will give a talk on "The Car-
aeronautical and marine engineer- quinez Straits Bridge." All those
ing. Political science, political econ- interested are invited to attend.
omy and accounting courses are Business meeting and elections will
also included, and a considerable be held after the lecture.

Retiring Governor Arthur J. W
successor, Charles W. Bryan, Der
governor. Bryan left the office in 1
UNIO*NDEIEA S
ON FORU MSPEAKERN
Committee Considers Lecturer
to Give Opening Talk of
Educational Series.
Eight men, prominent m political
and educational circles in the coun-
try, were considered as speakers for
the first of the Union political and
educational forums at a meeting of
the committee yesterday afternoon.
No definite speaker was named and
no final date was chosen at the

Associated Press.Photo I
Heaver (left), Republican, greets his
mocrat, who returned as Nebraska
924 to run for the vice-presidency.

MEDICAL SOCIETY
TO HOLD MEETING
County Association Will Hear
Well-Known Authorities.
,---
Election of officers, reports of
committees, and a scientific session
are features of the annual meeting
of the Washtenaw County Medical
society, which is scheduled for 8
o'clock, Thursday night in the
League.
Among the speakers are Dr.
Nathan Sinai, doctor of public
health, Washington, who will dis-
cuss, Theron S. Langford, secretary-
treasurer of the society, said, the
present status of the work of the
committee on the costs of medical
care.
The activities of the state medi-
cal society will be discussed by Dr.
Ray C. Stone, of Battle Creek, pres-
ident of the Michigan State Medi-
cal society.
Belknap Will Attend
Banquet in New York
Prof. Ralph L. Belknap, of the'
geology department, will attend the
twenty-seventh annual dinner of
the Explorers' club, which will be
held Saturday night, Jan. 17, at the
Hotel Biltmore, New York City.

option is offered in the schedule ---
fo limited specialization in any one A. 1. E. E. Members: Michiganen-
of the several branches. sian picture will be taken at Dey's
Explaining the development of studio at 5 p. in., Wednesday, Jan-
the new curriculum, Prof. L. M. uary 14. All please be present.
Gram of the civil engineering de- Also there will be a meeting at
partment said:
"Its purpose is to provide the 7:30 p. in., January 14, in Natural
broad training which is needed in Science auditorium. Mr. S. M. Dean,
solving the problems met in the chief assistant superintendent of
field of modern transportation, fur- the electrical system of The Detroit
nishing what might be called an Edison company will speak.
engineering approach to the subject
as a whole. Modes of transportation Phi Delta Kappa: Business meet-
are no longer limited to railroads ing of the fraternity on Wednesday,
and steamships, and the increased Jn f t ati on Wenshy
use of the automobile and aero- January 14, at 7 o'clock at the
plane has widened the field and' Michigan Union. All members are
created a variety of new problems." requested to be present.
Professor Gram pointed out that'
the University is particularly well- Eta Sigma Phi will meet in the
equipped to offer work in the vari- lobby of Newberry hall, Wednesday,
ous departments of transportation. January 14, at 8 o'clock for a tour
In this connection he mentioned of the Museum under the direction
that the transportation library, of Asst. Professor Butler. Members
which is located in East Engineer- are invited to bring their friends.
ing building, has been built up to Tre gnvte tocbrng the frieys
such an extent that it now com- The group picture of the society
prises what is probably the most will be taken Thursday evening,
comprehensive collection of trans-
portation literature in the country.I Senior Engineers: Class dues will
__________ Ibe ollected Tuesday, Wednesday
Biand Thursday of this week, in front
Botanist Will Leave iof Room 217, West Engineering
to Work in Califarma building. There will also be a mem-
ber of the announcement commit-
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Cercle Francais: The annual pic-
ture of the French circle for the
Michiganensian will be taken at the
Dey studio on State street at 12
o'clock sharp on Wednesday, Jan-
uary 14. All members are urged to
be there as the picture will be the
only means this year of establish-
ing Cercle membership in the 'En-
sian.
Athena members who are active
will meet to have their 'EnsLan pic-
ture taken Wednesday noon at
12:05 at Spedding's studio.
University Men: All who wish to
try out for the Sabre team should
report to R. 0. T. C. headquarters
at 5 p. in., Wednesday, Jan. 14.
Bring your sabre if you have one.
Garden section of the Faculty
Women's club will meet at the
Woman's Athletic building, Wed-
nesday, Jan. 14, at 3 p. m. Mrs. E.
B. Mains of the botany department
of the University will give an illus-
trated talk on "A Visit to an In-
diana Garden."
'Varsity R. 0. T. C. Band: Anyone
interested in the reserve band are
requested to be at Morris hall at
7:15 tonight. Nicholas Falcone.
Rex Albright.
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meeting.
The plan was approved at the
last meeting of the Union board of
directors. The committee named
for this work comprised Prof. Evans
Holbrook, of the Law school, T.
Hawley Tapping, secretary of the,
Alumni association, Theodore C.
Baer, '31L, vice president of the
Union, and Frank E. Cooper, '31,
vice president of the Union. The
group was under the chairmanship
of Albert F. Donohue, '31, president
of the Union. Prof. James K. Pol-
lock, of the political science depart-
ment, attended the meeting.
WATLING
LERCHEN &
HAYES

Miss Eileen W. Erlanson, of the
botany department, who recently
returned to the United States from
the John Innes Horticultural insti-
tution of England, will leave next
week for Pasadena, Calif., where
she will continue work she started
in 1928 there. Miss Erlanson came

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announcement this year unless dues
are paid in full.

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