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FMID ,.Y. MARCH 25. 1932

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'MiCHIGA N DEFENDSl
TITLE AS NATIONAL
TANK MEET OPENS
Preliminary Trials Scheduled1
for Today in 'Intramural
Buildirn Pool.

243 LIVES LOST IN TORMNfS IN SOUTHERN AREA

ALL'~~~ NIL ~ ~ TS PAHERE
Advisory Council Willi Discuss
Relations of UnivciK y
With graduates. '

Alumni Notes
Prof. Gail Carver of Wesi(-yan
college, Maicon, Ga., wvill reprecat
the University of Michigan ait the.
inauguration of Dice Robins Auc-
ison as president of Wesleyan col-
lege on Friday, April 8.
Professor Carver is an alumnusr t
of the University.
A new elementary school in M~us-
kegon named after the late Pretsi-
dent James Burrell Angell of the,
University is to be opened on Apr il
6, it was announced at the ofie of
the Alumni association.

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70 ATHLETES* ENTERED
21 Schools Represented; Riley,
Spence, Clapp, Schmnieler
lead Performers. -

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i~,Lobdell of Iowa, and Rucker
f OCalifornia will endeavor to upset
the Trojan favorite.
The 200 yard free-style event
shiould also produce a close race
wiX~th Clapp, Spence, Schmieler, Wil-
Cox, anid several other stars all
19We to take a part.
Mihigan rules as the favorite in
he'"300 yard medley event, with
'l bthwestern and Princeton slated
to ive the Wolverines a hard bat-
tle for top honors.
In the 1500 meter swim, whichI
will be held this afternoon, Mich-
igan is assured of at least a few
points. Three Wolverines have been
Kentered in this event, with only two
outsiders competing. These two
visiting natators who will endeavor
to wrest the championship in this
race are Manna of Pittsburgh and
Brock of Illnois, while Ladd, Ken-
nedy and Cristy will swim for Mich-
igan.
The complete entry list is as fol-
lows:
400- yard rlay-Michigan (Ladd,
Smith, Fenske, Kamienski, Kenne-
Vdy, Mlarcus; Princeton (Scherer,
Dayton, Nicholson, Rizer, Thomas;
Stanfor~d (Booth, McKelvey, Gard-
ner, Wiget, Clapp) ; Northwestern
(Troup, eenham, Highland, Wil-
cox, Wilson, Murphy).
i ~yard 'breast strok - Miller,
4ihilecr, L c ina k (Michigan) ;
Wst (Princeton); Callahan (Co-
lumlbia); Weeks (Pennsylvania) ;
'Andre (Minnesota) ; Sperry (Bow-
doin) ; Gilsdorf (Oio State).
,10yard back stroke - Drysdale
(ilcgan); Bowmnan (Laayette);
dng (Princeton); Moulton (Mmn-
pesota); Easton, Foster (Bowdoin);
Fla (Ohio State) ;; Murphy (North-
W'estern) ; Ahburn, Salie (Cincin-
flati);' Clapp (Stanford).
50-afd fre-style -Peske, Ka-
Aoni~ski, Marc s (Michigan);
Thompson (Navy) ; Scherer, Day-
ton,icholson, Thomas, Pizer, Long
(Princeton); Spence, Krxaer (Rut-
gers) ; S t i n s n (Pennsylvania) ;
Quail (Minesota) ; Carter (Purdue) ;
'Me~Gire, "Anderson (Iowa); Soa
(Ohio State) ; highland, Wilcox,
Debenhan-. (Northwestern) ; Flah-
Mann (Illinois); MKelvey, Gard-
ner (Stanford).
440-yard free-style - Kennedy,
rImty (Michigan); Spence (Rut-
grs) ; Quail (Minnesota) ; anna
(Pttsburgh) ; Walberg (Bowdoin);
rave (Iowa); Wilson (Nrthwes-
tern); Brock (Illinois) ; Booth,
Clapp, Wigeii'(Stanford)
100-yard free-style-Smith, Ka-
Ii+ Wsk (Michigan) ; Thompson
(Navy) ; Scherer, Dayton, Nichol-
son, Thomas, Rizer (Princeton);
Spence, Kramer (Rutgers) ; Stinson
(Pennsylvania) ; Quail (inneso-
1a; Walberg (Bowdoin); McGuire,
Anderson (I o wa) ; Soa (Ohio
State) ; Wilcox, Highland, Troup
(Northwestern) ; Flachmann (fli-
nois) ; McKelvey, Gardner (Stan-
ford).
Diving - Raike, Degener (Mich-
igan); MacCambell (Navy) ; Ruck-
er (Californa) ; Rngler (Prince-
to); Grieb ach, Fogg (Wisconsin) ;
twiiy (southern California) ; Suth-
erand (Nebraska) ; Lobdell, 'Busby
(Iowa) ; Willard (Northwestern) ;
Schick (Illinois).
t0-yard free-style - Ladd, Cris-
ty, Sabieer (Michigan); Nichol-
son (Princeton) ; Spence, Kramer
(utgers); Stinson (Pennsylvania);
Walberg (Bowdoin); Wilcox, Wil-
s on (Northwestern) ; Schneider-
(Cincinnati); Booth, Clapp, Wiget.
(Stanford).
A0-yar'd medley relay-Michigan,
ftdd, O1Cegeer, Kenniedy, Drysdale,
~feti~);Princeton (Rizer, Thomas,
Wet, Long) ; Minnesota (Quail,
Moulton, Andre) ; Ohio State (Gils-
dorf, Soa, Fela) ; Northwestern
(Lennox, ,Murphy, .Highland); Illi-
njois (Brock, Cady, Sinnoc1k).
Wr 0 nmeters -- Ladd, Keniedy,
Cristy (lichgan); Brok (Illinois);
:canna (Pittsburgh).

BR IGH T SPOT
802 Packard St.

SAS w iThe committee on the alumni
programn of the Alumni Advisory
v r, council will meet Saturday noon in
the Union to discuss the develop-
ment of relations between the Uni-
v ersit' ndtie alumni ,it was an-
} o- = }nounced yesterday by Wilfred B.
j f " YShaw, Director of Alumni Relations.
,:¢>" y ixk{ ; The Alumni Advisory council was
inaugurated a year ago to aid, the
X i" a""University in forming policies rela-
! tive to the, conduct of its affa irs.
Among the promnent alumni of
d ) the Universityen the committee on
h WXthe alumni proermof the Council
$ L~ ...ho are expece o attend the
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---_ __ ___ " -J ,; __;, - : 1,udg e Roberct Thompson of the Su-
a preme Court of thete of -New!
Tis Associated Press telephoto shows the dam*3ge done a.. Northiport, Ala., by tornadoes which sweptj York; :Earl D. Babst, of New York,'
4ip from the Gulf of Mlexico and took the lives of at least 243 persons in five southern states. At Northport j president of the National Su.gar 'Re-
Z6 were killed.LVes were lost' and great damage was done in Alabama, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky and1 fining company; Dexter '1. Ferry,
South Carolina, Ohio anid Indiana also suffered losses. Jr., of Detroit, president of the
____ ___Alumni Advisory Council; Howard
Bemient of Ashville, N. C.. headmas-
flI~llIter of the Asheville sch~ool for oys;
nrniiinrnH James Baird of New Yrk, head of
NEZOGISBILLIA NT SCHOLAR IMHI
_______________________________________ UIUH IIthe Baird Construction Co.; Or-
By JerrnynE. r n ii Khlf. r mond E. Hunt, of Ann Arbor vice-
,yJr'IRsnhl Only 17 years old, Netzorg is one ! IL 1LI ilIIV~president of the Gener.q 1 Ifotors
(1f ditor's Nobte: This is the sec- of the youngest sophomores enroll-i 1 J~ J l~~ corporation; and Em~aory J. II 'de of'
ondc of a seieis Of features on out- ed in the Universvt, naving enter-___ Detroit.
staning sav tudents who ar e interest- ed last year as a freshman from . Others are Mrs. C. Wt. CGore of
ing themsielves in oither thanp ordi- Manila, P. I,, his home. In his stud- i p lca ogm'CmeoaeBntnHropesdn o h
nary activities. Thze 'next article in lies here in the mathem atics and ! Crucifixion and Death ;Alumnae council; Sidney R. Smallh e"e ilapa n ~ al hmsr eatetsi ,hchh fHri=nal eri;'r.B G
issue.) has been taking advanced courses, of Christ. ;Baits, of Detroit; and George Rus-
he has received 'all A's and is look- sel of Detroit.
David Leon Netzorg, considered ed upon by heads of the dep~art- (Continued. Fromi Page 1.) WVilliam D. McKenzie, of Chicago,
by faculty men in the mnathemnatics ments as practically an ass~s1ant jpastoir of Zion Lutheran church, at counrsel for the Quaker Oats comn-
and chemistry departments of the instructor. An understanding f 130. o'clock this afternoon. The pany and chairman of the commit-
University as one of the 'most 'bril- the Einstein theory of relativity is, erice., in English, will be supple- tee, will be unable to attend the
liant students who has entered -db the most famous of his accomplish- menteh- 1 l0 byr appropriate music. At meieting, it was said.
Michigan in recent years, has-had ments. 7:30 o'clock, Rev. William Sodt, The committee on university pub-
morethnjsa precocious exist- ,Iewa;rtdship secretary of the Amner-i licatioris of the council will meet
ene tan sholr Although Netzorg hails from the
_ -___-._.....____Philippines, he was born in Detroil, ;ic an Lutheranz church, will preach 'early in May, Shaw said, under the
-, ---,---.---and was taken, when a year old, to the sermon and assist in distribut-- direction of Lee A. White, chlairman
GEOLOGY ~STATION the islands by his parents who wentigtescaet ftebado h eri es
-OO E{ JA E 2 to Manila as school teachers. tet Both afternoon and evening serv__
m ° E°" J NE 21has lived in Manila ever sii ! {s have been arranged for St. PATIENTS TA UGFIT
graduating ii 1930 h'o-1 the' Man 1M's 1 Lt ten n chu rh. At1:.3T0t x
Keruckvf y SttrYnr r Se sion s Will(I Ha Central hih h.school witx hilgh ckre. . .l~aurwilspe' V CA IO AL ARs
Be Directed by Ehlers. est honors. oi:,"One Died for All." In additio, -
---- While in high school, NeTct zors;' L-i rvice will include the musicalj Matecr1:ls Given to tick Who
For the 13th year, a six-weeks finding the mathematics and cihem n i-n Th odru ros"I/'ai e Many A;l r .
istr oo "ame,"took'Idl-e evening service at 7:30 will be~
course in geology and geography ity courses to"ae"to spec-
-will be given in southern Kentucky lal courses in these fields at i he preceded by a short preparatory Patients in t e occupational
by the University of Michigan. University of the Piipns re- Cofrig emn"silb therapy department- of the Univer-
Thec station headquarters, located Eivn l ' i i ok i emn ol ie iy hosp~ital are beting taugie ht voca-
at Mills Springs, will be iicharge of Despite his interest in the sce two ins bgern.Hl communion wullI Lion to help to pass the longdya
George M. Ehlers, director of the fields, Netzorg' has not, as yet, fully -~evcsas r The department ocupiiies a 1a.i
station; Irving D. Scott, of the geol- decided what he plans to do when w sre lo aescheduedro n h ihflo- o h
ogy department, and Preston E. he is graduated. ItI- is his belief, he ;ors Bethlehem Evangelical church, University hospital and there the
Jame of he .ra~ that he must broaden out withi Rev. T. R. Schmale in charge.I patients are provided with mater-
Jae, o h geography depart- says,hecossisrfe- The first Servi, at 10:30 o'clock= 1ial for sevrlknc o;aniok
mn.mrbeoethis mornin gwill be in German,Threarfieacines, ayn
The area for field work contains i on although he had the Eimcoin- adte 'eoda :3,iTEgih ersieafre ainTeso rker
Ante eell ent fsrt.vcin hofaedoing nhemiAlresrch A series of sermons on the theme had many fine pieces of tapestry
Afe h oeintensive work at whnh aetoAnAbr "The Gifts of Christ" will be con- on hand and rugs, towels and othi-
the station is completed, the field Recently, Netzorg delivered a pa-I tinued this evening in the First er woven articles show the same ar-
parties will make a reconnaissance per before the undergraduate miath-1 Presbyterian church. Rev, Merle 13. tistry. They. are also adept at
trip eastward- across the Cumber- {ematical society at one of its meet-I Anderson, the pastor, will p greach'making things by hnsuc aspltuhegatvlyofIisfrwich aesa ihyto- t ad
land platea, the great valley of Iinforywhichfesswasnighlyd- on Christ's Gift of Peace."' At the leather goods and baskets.
eoastriTnse, the greamotSmk pl m entedb rfsos andstud- Church of Christ Disciples, Rev The department is for the benefit
monantePemn ltaet lk.Frederick Cwn h pastor, witli of patients woms have some
and the Atlantic coastal plain. Differing from most prodigies, have charge aof services this eve-1 kind of work to take up their time
F-our courses will be given in geol- Netzorg, at the present time, has nonn.adti a ee rvnasces
ogy and two in geography. Thej hobbies. He admits, however, tht.,.. . . . .____-________
session will open June 21 and close he collected stamps with his broth- ~
July 30. er when younger.,"~~ 'A~m~-

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Rev. J. A. Hulnihuber, Detroit; vuesdal2:030pr
miserwill comnplete the series of .Frday :30-:30 pr
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today at the Congregational church. ____________
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F'OR SALE

Prof. Emil Lorch, director of the
College of Architecture, has been
able to secure a collection, "Modern
Photography at Home and Abroad"
for exhibition in the lower hall of
the Architectural building this week
and next. This exhibit, representa -
tive of the best work which has
been done in moder'n photography,
was in shipment for Los Angeles
when Profess(er Lorch arranged 'a
two week stop-over in Ann Arbor.
The collection, made by the Al-
bright art Gallery of Buffalo, N.Y.,
contains 123 photographs o
variety of subjects. There are 'sev-
eral portrait studies by Bernice
Abbot and many prints by Charles
Skreeler who was recently commis-
sio ncd through Edsel Ford to pho-
tograph the Detroit motor plant in
detail.

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