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March 04, 1933 - Image 6

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C. A. Plans
tate Reigious
Meeting Soon
iference To Be Iheid A1
ausing M'archl 10,' 11 ;
* Va Du~en SpDeaker
ans are being formulated for a
el to the state religious confer-
of last fall, according to Jul._
s, '33, president of the Student
stian Association.
ds follow-up conference, which
be held March 10 and 11 at Lan-
is a state meeting at which the
us Michigan colleges will be
Henry Van Dusen, national
etary of the Student Christian
ciations, will be the main speaker
he program. The theme Hof his
e talks will be "The Reality in
;ion," which he will approach
1 the angles of introduction to
ion, forging an individual rclig -
ath, and achieving religious'
e conference is open to both
and women and the cost of
sportation, meals, and room will
about one do'llar, it was an-
iced. The S. C. A. Cabinet will
a charge of the Michigan 'dele-
>n. which is now registering at

Athletic Program is carried On Search Shifted
Throughout Life, Says Dr. May To New Site In
Kid i H- ~ t~ l1.u -

-w-. ,. '

Nation's Capital
Pays Tribute To
Sh '3 "- tI dv W 1 -

Outing Group Wil hold
Meeting At Country Club
Sylvan Estates Country Club will
be the destination of members of the .
Outing Club whenrthey leave the


"The athletic program offered by
Ihe Waterman Gymnasium to allI

Ircshm ,n is one that can be carried
out thoughou one's entire life,"
says Doctor May, head of the physi-
cal , duction department. With this{
purpo':, in mind Dr. May has devised
a complete schedule for the fresh-
mcn group activities.
Two Divisions
Athletic activities carried on by
all freshmen taking gymnasium work
is divided into two general classes by
Dr. May. First, is the development
work. This half of the program aims
to develop those parts of the stu-
dent's body that were neglected in
the high schools' physical education
work. "It is surprising how little stu-
dents know about gymnastic work,"
said Dr. May, "this is probably due to
the inadequacy of their prep-schools'
gymnastic facilitics."
Competitivc games constitute the
second half of-the freshmen's sports
program. Volleyball, handball, and
basketball, all are given equal time
to be developed by the student and
consequently can be used in later life.
It is an interesting fact to know that
volley ball is steadily increasing in
popularity, many times the basket-
ball is dead on the floor when the

,majority rof t 1~ :,tud1cnts are;1playing ltlI(Ullu: 11 I t 1tI JU11IcXLU)J. VV ~League at 1:15 p. in. today. Only
volley-ball, Dr. May said. __members and those they invite will
This extonsive program for fresh- DENVER, March 3.-(A)-A deter- WASHINGTON, March 3- F_-Of- make the trip.
men now has time alloted foi thi mined man-hunt for the kidnappers ficial Washington today bowed low Equipment for practically all out-
practice of the art of self defense. of Charles Boettcher, II, heir to mil- in sorrowing tribute. to Senator door activities is to be taken along.
For this purpose wrestling and bo-:- lions, converged on Wyoming today. Thomas J. Walsh of Montana, and An early supper will be served, and
ing are ci itai ght- Sheriff George J. Carroll left Chey- to his 'widow-a bride of 1asL week-- the party will return at 9 p.i m. to
As soon as he real spring weather enne on a secret trip to Denver, po- Senora N i e v c s Perez Chaumont Ann Arbor. A charge of 50 cents per'
sets in all freshmen are going to be lice hoped would lead to the hideout Walsh of Cuba. . person to cover costs will be made.
re-classified into different groups. It of the men who eluded officers after While high and low of the city
is then that the student may con- releasing the 31-year-old broker fol-- and nation called to express con- i S. C. A. To Erect Large
centrate his tme on the particular lowing payment of $60,000 ransom dolences to Mrs. Walsh, members of ..
sport that he is interested in. Wednesday night. i the family were undecided whether ews 'Bulletm Board
Wide Choice Boettcher told police he could not there should be a state funeral from A huge combination map and bul-
The freshmen this year wil have a say definitely where he ,thought he the senate chamber in which he serv- letin board may soon be erected on
wide choice of activities to pick from, had been held during his more than ed upward of 20 years. the campus, according to an an-
The activities open to all freshmen two weeks captivity, but he believed Mrs. Walsh, under a physician's nouncement of the Student Christian
taking gymnasium classes are: track he had been taken into Wyoming. ,are, rested with her grief at the Association, which plans to build
squad, baseball squad, soft ball, ten- "Although 1 was blindfolded all the apartment the senator occupied for such a unit..
nis, golf, swimming, handball, box- time the kidnapers were traveling so many years in the capital, at in the center of the bulletin board
ing, wrestling, and regular physical with me," Boettcher said, "I felt fashionable 1661 Cresent place. I would be placed a map of the world.
education classes. from my sense of direction we head- Congressional leaders were among Around the wide border would be
ed into Wyoming. the first to extend their sympathy. fastened clippings and stories relat-
Police attached additional signifi- President-Elect and Mrs. Roosevelt ing to world news taken from various
ilyetis, Zacli~ein To Lead cance to the Wyoming hideout theory selected the hour of noon to add their newsapers, magazines and similar
Hillel Foundation Forum when they learned one of the ransom tribute by a personal call on the publications.
notes addressed to Claude K. Boet- widow._-___-.---
An open forum will be held tomor- tcher, the kidnaped man's multi-mil- Only a few days ago, Mr. Roose- I cutive and first lady will be curtailed.
row at 8:15 p. m. at the Hillel Foun- lionaire father, was mailed from velt announced that the veteran . On the arrival of the body at Un-
dation. The forum will consist of a Cheyenne. Montanan, who died suddenly Thurs- ion station Thursday night, a throng
discussion of Zionism, the movement day on a train en route from Florida from official and social circles met
to re-establish Palestine as a Jewish MVANILA, March 3-P)-An earth- to Washington, would be the attorney Mrs. Walsh, who had been accom-
homeland. The forum will be led by quake shook Manila and the rest of general in his cabinet. panied from Alexandria, Va., a few
Jacob Rycus, '34, and Herschel Zack- Luzon Island at 10:20 a. m. today, As a mark of respect, the social miles away, by the senator's brother,a
heim, '35. but no damage was reported. program of the incoming chief eye- John Walsh, and others.

Fellowship Is
Presented To
Clark Stillman
German Instructor Will
Take Up Study Of Poetry
At Brussels University
A fellowship for study in 1933-34
at the University of Brussels, Bel-
gium, has been awarded to E. Clark
Stillman, instructor in German, by
the Commission for Relief in Bel-
gium Educational Foundation, ac-
cording to an announcement by Per-
rin C. Galpin, secretary of the or-
ganization. He will study Belgian
Each award carries necessary trav-
eling expenses and a monthly stipend
for the period of the academic year,
it was said. Fellows must be Amer-
icans who are on the faculty of an
institution of higher learning.
Other Americans who received the
fellowships. are: C. Hawley Cart-
wright of the California Institute of
Technology and the Physikalisches
Institut of Berlin; Morris E. Garnsey
of Brown University; Herbert G.
Schenck of Stanford University; Wil-
lard Wylie Spencer of Miami Uni-
versity; Eyler Brown of University of
Oregon; and Walter J. Marx of the
University of Washington.

ws As Parties Exchange Control For First Time In Three Administratio
-AssocIatEsd Pr:s


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