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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 24, 1932

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111 HOOH$/ ''What Makes Pert
I ILLHONORJohn B. Kenned
aif n mrgi3 on.g 1

-HUN I IUKlI5
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WitA.a background of journalis
tic experience that has taken him
from San Francisco to Rome, with
Canada, London, Paris and 'Lucerne
as stopping-off points, ! John B
Kennedy, associate editor of Col-
lAer's, will give the fourth lectur
of the Oratorical Association series
at 8 o'clock Wednesday night in
Hill auditorium.
Kennedy, who Wednesday night
will speak on "What Makes Person-
ality?" began telling the public of
the things he had heard and seen
simultaneofasly in print and speech
Having covered everything from a
Chicago bad-lands murder to a
Papal coronation, he has a well-
developed ye for the color of life
Above al Mr. Kennedy has spe-
cialized iwe personalities, holding
what is probably a record of "in-
terviews" with all sorts and condi-
tions of men and women-from
old-time pugilists mike Jake Kilrain
and Sam Langford to talented

ona"ity?' AsK 0, WIL[,ATTEND Miss
ryHere Wednesday t~
yAROADBCONFERENCE
beauties like Ja'ne Cowl, Jeanne onl
aJEagels and KatherineCornell, and
h men of wide business importance IN \[l uVMl
I Ilike John D. Rockefeller,1 jr. or a
i great educator like the late Charles
.1 W. Eliot.
The New York Herald-Tribune Road Building, Traffic Problems,
e called Mr. Kennedy's five-minute Automobile Transportation
sI weekly radio talks "the biggest lit- to Be Discussed
2 .tie feature on the air," and, his con-
nections with the Collier's radio
t hour and other radio/ productions FIVE GROUPS IN CHARGE
- has brought him a nation-wide au- -
f dience. I Governor Brucker Will Address
I Kennedy received his preparatory' Delegates at Banquet
education in England and Canada.
In the United States he was a stu- on Final Day.
dent at St. Louis university, spe-
cializing in philosophy. He was More than 700 authorities upon.
prominently identified with the re- road building, traffic problems, and-
lief work of Herbert Hoover during
the war, and for his activities heu ndto automobile
received the following decorations: transportation will convene here
Officer of the French Academy, for the eighteenth annual Michi-,
IStar of Morocco (another French gan Highway Engneering confer-
decoration), and Knight of Leopold, ence Feb. 16 to1, at the Union.-
an honor conferred by Belgium. The conference is held under the
---direction of the College of Engi- Mi
neering 'in co-operation with the Miss Mar
RETRIBUTION/ Michigan State Highway depart- sity of Chic
ment, and the Michigan Association ing the Br
Students Vote 8-Mile-High of Road Commissioners and Engi- A Problem
neers, with members of the Michi- third Leag
Wall to Venge Selves. gan Good Roads association and cracy ectu
the Bureau of Highway Education Mray in u
Dartmouth students are one up participating in the program, which iIonday in
on the townspeople of Hanover, was arranged by Prof. R. L. Morri- ium.
New Hampshire. son of the highway department. Miss Gils
The town authorities required all Prominent in the list of outstate any on
eligible Dartmouth students to re- engineers who will address the con- ane. She
gister in order that they could col- ference is Samuel Eckels, chief en- system for
lect a poll tax from them. In retal- gineer of the Pennsylvania state land, and h
iation, a group of students attended highway department, who is to in the econ
a town meeting where they intro- speak on "Pennsylvania's New Road in the scon
duced and pasesd two bills. One of Program" at the morning session SUhewas at
these provided for the construction of Feb. 17. She was a
of a wall, eight miles high, around ' Governor to Speak. of Martha
the city. The other for the building + vro oSek dormitory v
of a city hall one foot wide and a Burton Marsh, traffic engineer of garet Ruth
mile higl. o the city of Philadelphia, and Prof. of the dor
The townspeople will have to Ben H. Petty of the highway engi- Miss Gilson
take the affair to Washington to neering department of Purdue uxi- Arbor.
getu ts of building the two struc- versity are other nationally knownS
tunes. figures who will attend the sessionsN
- - - and take an active part in the pro-
fI II gram.
NIIb IV $39 Wilbur M. Brucker, governor of H! (
iChiganwill be the principal ijd ur
FOR'SUDNT s0piaker% -at 'the -aa1a-ifrml-
dinner which will close the confer-
nee Thursday, Feb. 18. Toastmas- Possibility
___ter at this banquet-'will be 'G. C o h
Dillman, highway commissioner of for Che
Donation Is Anonymous; Need the State of Michigan. Revo
for Funds Remains as End Conferees will discuss various
of Semester Nears. problems of immediate interest to A new inv
all automobile owners and drivers. possible ha
An unusual bit of student phil- On Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 1:30 P. M. obtaining el
Anunusual bit o tudent hl'- there will be a traffic control ses- quantities,1
anthfpy was brought to light yes- sion, during which J. S. Baker of modern livi
terday when it was learned that Chicago will speak concerning ex- scribe'd by
$300 was turned over to the student aminations for drivers' licenses. In- Gugenheim
loan committee by a senior, who re- spector W. L. Potts of the Detroit tics, last nig
quested that his namebe withheld, police department will speak on of-the-air r
The Location and Synchroniza- The inven
for the purpose of assisting a few tion of Traffic Signals," and Judge plicatioi of
of the large group of students John J. Maher of the Detroit re- effect," is t
whose financial difficulties are corder's court will explain the pre- aras, Hunga
threatening to decrease enrollment paration of traffic cases for court. Detroit.
figures to a considerable extent To Explain Tra1tic Surveys. "The inv
when notes accepted in part pay- L. E. Peabody, senior highway hands of si
ment of tuition fall due on Feb. 15. economist and member of the Uni- companies
The sum, which Joseph A. Burs- fessor Pawl
ley, dean of students, believed to ted States Bureau of Public Roads, financed th
be sufficient to enable two or three who conducts the traffic surveys gations and
students to remain in school for taken throughout the state in or- power plant
the second semester, was lent the der to determine the amount of commercial
fund for a period of two nr three traffic and type, will lecture about The cost
years, although the senior indicated the work of the survey and the energy by t
that by that time he hopes to' be benefits which will be and have plant will b
able to give it outright. He did not been derived from it. any other o
stipulate how the money is to be Relief of township governments Professor P
used or to whom it may be given, from the taxation burden of pro- The succe
Dean Bursley said. viding and maintaining roads will will mean
Although highly gratified by this be the subject of an address to be put to uses
given by Frank F,, Rogers, consult- general scal
response to the call for funds made ing engineer of the Michigan State tric heating
by the committee to increase the Highway department at the session fication of
loanable balance in the treasury, (Continued on Page 2) possible at
members of the body do not expect ------ ---------------
numerous loans of this size, the
"We hoe only to have a large Deferred Rns
number o students lend the fund

enough small amounts to make it
possible for at least a part of the Deferred rushing rules for the remainder
854 who-gave notes for their second of the semester and for the intensive periodR
semeter' tutionto emai in of next semester are explained in detail
semester's tuition to remain in and summarized below. The Daily has been
school," he declared, requested to print these because there have .Wednesda
~-W d l.been many violations, due to ignorance, ed
At present approximately $250,- of theregulations in the past. a nsday 1
000 is outstanding in about 1,600 Friday,, F
loans. Previous reports to the effect The final Wednesday night dinner will bex
of the year will be held this week Sunday, F
that the number of loans stands 'at on Wednesday, Jan. 27. There will ing star
600 are incorrect, Dean Bursley said. be no change of rules for this. As Thursday,
This year's loans, totaling about before fraternities may have as rushing
650, amount to over $100,000. efr'"rtentismyhae s rsin
,_mn_ $1,. ' many first year men as they desire Friday, M
to dinner between the hours of 6 hand in
Roosevelt Tosses Hat and 8 o'clock. Saturday,
There will be no rushing allowed hand in
in Ring by Announcing at fraternity houses from this date Monday, M
His Formal Candidacy until the beginning of the intensive place.
rushing period. This will start on
ALBANY, Jan. 23. - (!P) - Gov. Sunday, Feb. 28 and go up to and place at lu
Franklin D. Roosevelt of New York including Thursday, March 3. En- Sundayaf
gagements with freshmen for these y
formally enrolled today as a candi- five days cannot be made until Fri- customary,t
date for the presidency by consent- day, Feb. 26, when a list of eligible the privileg
ing that his name be entered in the freshmen will be released by the gagement.

Mary Gilson
peak Monday
rnemployment

MINST-CGR T9SECOND BIG TEN LOSS, 30-2
NORTHWESTERlN, ILLINOISV

f

Gopher Guards Win

Game

with T,

Field Goals in Final Minutes;

10,000 Attend

rats

ss Mary Gilson
y Gilson of the Univer-
cago will discuss "Break-
eadlines-Unemployment,
with a Solution" at the
ue for Industrial Demo-
'e, to be held at 8.,o'clock
Natural Science auditor-
on is considered an au-
unemployment insur-
has studied the British
several years .in Eng-
tas published a book on
tions. At present she is
omics department of the
of Chicago.
X one time a close friend
Cook, after whom Cook
was named. Miss Mar-
Smith, social chairman
mitory, will entertain
during her stay in Ann
IN INENTION
ETICLF

MINNEAPtOLIS, Minn., Jan. 23.--(R)-Minnesota sent :v
igan home with a stunning defeat, 30 to 26; in the biggest it
of the Big Ten season to date tonight. By continuing their
ning streak the Gophers are resting in second place with t
victories out of four starts.
Tonight's game evened. the series with the Wolverine,
they won the first game in Ann Arbor. Two guards, Mike
lusak and Virgil Licht, broke a 26-26 tie in the last two mini
of play to clinch the game for the victors.
More than 10,000 excited fans watched the two teams st
gle on even terms throughout the game. -Twice in the sec
half the Gophers forged ahead by five points or more, oni
have Midhigan's sharp-shooters, Eveland and Captain Dai
even the score with rallies.
Michigan started out slb
ut quickly cau ht up withi
home team and kept then
even term~s'for the rest of
- [JHgame. Just before the end of
4 game the Maize and Blue baske
team had risen froin 5 points

Presbyterian Morning Ser
Will Be in Charge of
Students.

vices

of
dap

Harnessing Wind
Electricity May k'

lutionize Living. x
ention which may make
rnessing the wind for
ectrical energy in huge
thereby revolutionizing
ng conditions, was de-
Felix W. Pawlowski,
n professor of Aeronau-
ght over the University-
adio program.
rtion, based on the ap-
the so-called "Magnus
he work of Julius Mad-
arian engineer living in
ention is now in the
x of the largest' power
of the country," Pro-
owski said, "who have
Le preliminary investi-
I are planning to build
is of the rotor type for
exploitation,"
of generating electrical
he Madaras rotor power
be much lower than by
f the present methods,
awlowski said.
ss of the new invention
that electricity can be
on a larger and more
le. such things as elec-
of houses, and electri-
railroads will be made
a saving he stated.

University students will h a v e
charge of mornin services today
in the First Presbyterian church,
the theme of which will be, "Youth
and Christian Responsibility'
The Rev. William L. Wood, of the
Episcopal Theological school, Camb-.
ridge, Mass., who has been conduct-
ing a series of lectures and discus-
sions at Harris hall during the past
week, will preach the sermon at 11
o'clock in St. Andrew's Episcopa
'church. The topic of the sermorn
will be "The Practicality of Other-
Worldliness."
In the evening he will address
the student group at Harris hal!
on "TheVision of God and Mod-
ern Civilization."
At the First Methodist Episcopal
church both morning and evening
sermons will be preached by the
pastor, Dr. Frederick B. Fisher. Thc
theme of the morning worship will
be "Filling the, Empty Soul," anc
the evening topic, "Humanism."
Mrs. Fisher, at 6 p. m. in Wesley
Hall, will speak on "The Contribu-
tion of Oriental Culture to thc
Youth of Troday.'
"Religion and Wealth" is the sub-
ject of the sermon of Rev, Allso
Ray Heaps in the First Congrega-
tional church. At 5:30 p. m.- Prof
John M. Dorsey, assistant professo:
of psychiatry, will speak to mem"
bers of the Ariston league on "Bio-
logy in Religion." At 6 p. i., the
guest speaker at the student fel-
lowship hour will be Mr. Max S
Handman, of the ,econoqlics a-
partment, will speak on "The Eco-
nomic Situation of the South."
"Julius Rosenwald-an Estimate'
(Continued on Page 2)

Daniels, f..........
Petrie, f ........
Eveland, f...........
Allen, f............
Garner, c. ..
Shaw, bg.............
Weiss, g............
Williamson, g........

hind to a tie.
Michigan missed many shots
would have put it far in the
in the first half. It was Minnesc
guards, Cielusak and Licht
supplied most of the scoring pu
The two guards had a full da'
keeping Michigan's hesitant at
at bay and rolling up 13 points
tween them.

THE LINEUPS
Michigan (20),

Totals ,.........
Minnesota

:.rc

1

,G F P
Sochaki, f............0 1 1
Sommer, f ........ ... 1 1 0
Robinson, f... . .....3 2 2
Bethel, c ..........2 1 1
Licht, g . . ......3 0 2
Cielusak, g.. ........2 3 0

Totals -...........11

..

THE WEATHER

Lower Michigan: Partly cloudy
or cloudy and slightly colder today:
Monday unsettled with rising tem-
perature.

hing Regulations

orthwestern Defeats
Buckeyes by One Pair
'EVA STONl , Ill., Jan. 23.--(IP)
By the margin of one slender poir
N'orthwestern tonight defeat(
Ohio State to remain undefeatf
in the Western Conference baske
ball championship race. The sco
was 25 to 24.
The Wildcats, defending chaml
ions, outclassed Ohio State in ti
first period, holding the Buckey
to three points. In the second p
riod, however, Ohio let off a bla
that nearly blew the Wildcats c
the top perch, but fell just shy.
was Northwestern's sixth stlig
victory, and Ohio's first defeat
four Big Ten games.
Illinois Tops Chicago,
30-20, for Third Wi
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. Jan. 23.-(;P)
Illinois climbed back into the fir
division of the Western conferen
basketball standing tonight, d
feating Chicago, 30 to 20, in a slc
rough game.
The Illini led after the first ff
minutes, and won without bei
extended.
Swimming Team Beat
Detroiters, 45 to
DETROIT, Jan. 23.-(rIP-Detr
Yacht club's array of former- hi
school and college stars fell befo
the prowess of Coach Matt Man-
varsity tank team, 45-31, tonig
in the D.Y.C. pool. Twelve Micl
gan men made the trip. Last F
day this same D.Y.C. team was c
feated by Northwestern, Michiga:
most dangerous opponent for swir
ming honors, by a 51-24 score.

ING CALENDAR
v, Jan. 27: Final Wed-
night dinner.
eb. 26: Eligibility list
released.
eb. 28: Intensive rush-
1-s. '
March 3: Intensive.,
period ends.,
[arch 4: Fraternities
preference lists,
March 5: Freshmen
preference lists.
aXrch 7: Pledging takes
inch, at supper, and on
ternoon. As has been
the freshmen shall have
;e of breaking any en-
.- ~ma n t-nl~~ ar

prospectAve pledges, and regular
employees of the fraternity may be.
present. Freshmen must come and
leave the house unaccompanied,
Automobiles must not be used for
rushing purposes at any time. Invi-
tations for engagements must be
made by phone or by mail.,
U n t i I freshmen are officially
pledged, a fraternity and a fresh-
man shall not enter into any agree-
ment or promise concerning a
pledge. No one connected with a
fraternity shall call on a freshman
at his place of residence at any
time before he is officially pledged
Fraternities shall turn into the
office of the dean of students, not
later than 9 o'clock Friday morn-
ing, March 4, a list, in the order of
preference, of the men that they
wish to pledge., They should also
stipulate the number they wish to

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