'I THE MICHIGAN DAILY
MAKES DISCOVERY ROS |TDISCUS
I CRSIS lENdGLD
EARLY 'MAIN BUILDING' DRAWINGS
GIVEN TO PRESIDENT BY REGENT
An architect's drawing of a Uni-, believed to be a laboratory and a
versity of Michigan that was never|e=hape1 .
DRY FORCES PLAN CAS
built hangs today in the office of Accordi
President Alexander G. Ruthven, the Metr
the only record in the possession York city
of the University of the originally rector of
planned "Main Building," which plannedt
was drawn up by Alexander J. Dav- s gtyl,
is, architect of the early Univer- ings actu
sity buildings. )vhaw's :r
Accepted by the Regents on Sep- the know.
. the archi
tember 16, 1838, the project was to the and
have been carried out during the inal dra
following year, had it not been for cd by D.
the lack of funds, and the Re.. Universit
gents' proceedings of January 30, tively ide
1839, show that it was voted to stop,
all activities in preparation for the
new building, while at a meeting
on the following day a plan to
erect four buildings for the respec- The con
tive use of the four professors then - Thio
constituting the faculty was rati- Eer MIg
fied. go ert y,
It was not until 1840 that plans oerty,
for a new "Main Building," pre- 1d927, to
sented by Haspier Lum, whose cap- according
acity is not known, were accepted .' N. Me
by the Regents. school.
The original building plan now in Isbell is
the possession of President Ruth- editor of
ven was presented to the Univer- D oherty
sity yesterday by Regent Junius E. at Detroi
Beal. It consists of the floor plan years bef
of the projected building which is in his pre
unusually= extensive, including two
amphitheatres, a large main build-
ing with two wings, and what are
'BATTLE OF0 EXES
Campus Literary Debate Groups
to Open ]Fire in Tomorrow
Every year the literary forensic
societies, men's and women's, have
a couple of field days with female
intellectual integrity the subject of
insidious male attacks./ The series
will be renewed tonight and on
On Tuesday, Adelphi will attempt
a sly undermining of the Athena's
morale, upholding the affirmative
of the question, "Resolved: That
Michigan students spend too much
of their time on social, rather than
And Thursday Alpha Nu will aim
a smashing blow at women's grades,
challenging Zeta Phi Eta to prove
that co-eds receive their marks on
other than scholastic basesi Last
year Alpha Nu won a brililant green
donkey by proving that co-eds do
not act like human beings.
ng to sketches made from
entified original plans in
opolitan museum in New
by Wilfred B. Shaw, di-
alumni relations, the firs -
was to have been Gothic
whereas all the first build-
ally erected were classical.
ketches were made before
ledge of the existence of
itect's plans was received
d it was not until the orig-
ling, dated 1838 and sign-
ivis, was presented to the
y that the pieces in th'e
tnt niluseum were posi-
imittee for the University
,an Fresh Air camp elected
sbell, '23, and Kenneth
assistant track coach, and
of Detroit City college in
its membershbip yesterday,
g to a statement by Prof.
nefee, of the engineering
s at present the assistant
the Michigan Law Review.
was assistant track coach
it City college for several
bre coming to Ann Arbor
esent cap9city. _ _
for e cusion
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11. - (/P) -
Prohibition stalwarts, in militant
mood and with expressed confi-
dence that the "wet drive" will be
repulsed in congress and ,the na-
tional political conventions, meet
here Jan. 15 to 19, to draw battle
plans for the election year.
Assembling close to the capitol
and to the White House, the twenty-
fifth national convention of the
Anti-Saloon league of America will
give special consideration to" the
impending congressional vote on
liquor control legislation and to
presidential prospects forn1933.
A "call to arms' of supporters of
the eighteenth amendment and the
Volstead act will be sounded in
speeches by such veteran cham-
pions of prohibition as Senator
Morris Sheppard of Texas, "father
of the eighteenth amendment,"
Bishop Edwin Hughes of the Metho-
dist Episcopal church and Okla-
homa's picturesque governor, "Al-
falfa Bill" Murray.
League leaders contend that the]
sentiment of the country is over-
whelmingly in favor of keeping the
eighteenth amendment in the con-
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WANT ADS PAY
All programs are given in Hill
Auditorium unless otherwise noted.
The afternoon concerts are given
without admission charge.
ALLAN BACON, Guest Organist,
January 13, 4:15.
DON COSSACK RUSSIAN
CHORUS, Serge Jaroff, Con-
ductor, January 13, 8:15.
ARTHUR POISTER, Guest Or-
ganist, January 20, 4:15.
UNIVERSITY S YM P H O N Y
ORCHESTRA, DavidE . Mat-
tern, ..Conductor, January 24,
DETROIT SYMPHONY OR-
CHESTRA, Dr.Rudolf Siege,
Guest Conductor, January 25,
DR. SIGFRID KARG-ELERT,
Guest Organist, January 27,
MABEL. ROSS RHEAD, Pianist,
Januzry 31, 4:15, Mendelssohn
YEHUDI MENUHIN, Violinist,
February 4, 8:15.
THELMA LEWIS, Soprano, Feb-
ruary 14, 4:15, Mendelssohn
VVARREN ALLEN, Guest Organ-
ist, February 10, 4:15.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC TRIO.
H.anns Pick, Violoncellist, Was-
sily Besekirsky, Violinist, Joseph
Brinkmnan, Pianist, February 7,
4:15, Mendelssohn Theatre.
PERCY GRAINGER, Pianist,
February 19, 8:15.
WASSILY BESEKIRSK(Y, Vio-
linist, MABEL ROSS ITThAD,
Pianist, in Sonata Recital, Feb-
rurry 21, 4:15, Mendelssohn
UNIVESITY S Y M P H O N Y
OPCHESTRA, Daid E. Mat-
tern, Conductor, F(,bruary 25,
JOSEPH BRINKMA N, Pianist,
FPbruary 28, 4: 15, MendWesohn
CHARLOTTE L O C K W )O O D.
Guest Organist, March 2, 4:11.
L0O I 5 CUYLER, Violtnie, aiid
MAUi OKKELBERG pianist.
in Sonata Recital, March 6.
ROSA PONSELLE, Scprano,
t :Gil !, 815.
JOEPI BRINKMAN, Pianist,
and HANNS PICK, Vioion-
cEli:st, in Sonata ecital, March
13, 4:15, Mendelssohn Theatre.
UNIVERIT Y SY PMPHONY
IVILIZATION developed the Cler-
ont, and in; due course of time, the
daily nyewspaper ,for trans-Atlantic pas en-
gers. Today we have also the aeroplane,.
which carries the printed word from Coast
to Coast in three days.
In truth, these are
ilestones of Progress
Another milestone of progress is the
great news-gatherig system developed by
the Asociated Press. Imagaine the dull-
tress a day vviflhout ,-he latest : '
o fl eworld. is served t3 you constantly by
e Associated Press
Whose Dispatches Appear in