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February 24, 1934 - Image 2

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British Spokesman

-A-soci tecd Press P$oto
Capt. Anthony Fden, Lord Privy
Scal of Great llr:ta:;i resresented his,
nation in conversations with Euro
beari leaders regarding maintenance
of Austrian independence.
Science flailed As
Creator Of Work,
NEW YORK, Feb. 23. - () -- Four
million jobs created by science were
cited here yesterday by America's
foremost scientist in answer to the
widespread hints of the past three
years that science made unemploy-
The 4,000.000 was mentioned as
only a fraction -probably a minor
one, in the tota scienific job mak-
The end of war wa. L'o fore: en
M the scientifie offing by one of the
speakers, Dr. Robert A. Milliken, No-
bel prize winner. He and Dr. Karl T.
Compton, president of Massachusetts
Institute of Technology and head of
the president's science advisory
board, made the principal addresses
at a joint meeting of the American
Institute of Physics and the New
York Electrical Society.
Before the meeting an exhibit of
the cavalcade of scientific jobs was
given at the New York museum of
science and industry. Machine tools
were shown as creators of 87,000
jobs; electrical industry, 1,000,000;
radio, 100,000; motion pictures, 389,-
000; telephone, 357,000; airplanes,
50,000; rayon, 41,000; steamships,
217,000 refrigeration, 72,000; automo-{
biles, 2,400,000. These totalled 4,713,-

Leader To Open
Radio Program
irs. Fred Raymond Will
Ds National Phases
Of Th Movement
1Prs. Fred Raymond, of Grand
Rapids, chairman of the Foinders'
Day of the national congress of par-
ents and teachers, will open the
week's broadcasting from the Uni-
versity studios of WJR on the parent
program at 1:30 p. m. tomorrow. Her
subject will be, "The Parent Teacher
Moi ement in a Changing World."
The University night program at
10 p. m. on Thursday will feature
Dwight C. Long of the history de-
partment discussing "Dollfuss and
the Austrian Situation," and Prof.
HIirlow 0. Whittemore of the School
of Architecture speaking on "Shrub-
bery in the Garden."
On the afternoon programs broad--
cast at 2 p. in., Prof. Frederick W.
Peterson of the English department
will speak on "The Short Story" on
Tuesday, Prof. Robert Angell of the
sociology department will discuss
"Sociology" on Wednesday, and on
Thursday, Prof. Verner W. Crane of
the history department will continue
the Michigan history series, speak-
ing on "The French in Michigan."
On the vocational guidance pro-
gram Friday, Dean James B. Edmon-
son of the school of Education will
dicuss "Teaching as a Profession."
Exh ibition, Banquet
Stamp collectors from Detroit,
Flint, Jackson, Lansing, and other
nearby places are expected to attend
an exhibition and banquet of the
Ann Arbor Stamp Club today in the
Union, it wv, announced yesterday by
Wilmot C. Shankland, secretary of
the club.
Prof. Philip E. Bursley of the
French department and Prof. H. B-
Lewis, director of the College of
Pharmacy, will be among local ex-
hibitors in the display, which will
open at 3 p. m. on the third floor of
the Union. Many old, rare, and for-
eign stamps will be shown.
Elton Shaw, Michigan representa-
tive of the U. S. Chamber of Com-
merce, will be the chief speaker at
the banquet at 6:30 p. m., and Post-
master A. C. Pack will speak briefly.

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FIRED GROSS authorized dealer for
Edward V. Price and Company,
largest tailors in the world of
good made-to-order clothes. Phone
Walter Gross, 4981. 355
FINANCE CO. 311 W. Huron 22001
1933, 1932, 1931, 1930 models. 12x
o Devahdatioh i Mark,
Says German Bank Head
BERLIN, Feb. 23.-UP)(--There
will be no devaluation of the mark,
Dr. Hjalmar Schacht, president of the
Reichsbank, has promised German
Such a move, he told a group of
bank executives Thursday, would only,
resut in further devaluation by the
United States and Breat Britain. Also,
he added, "German exports depend in
large measure upon the finishing of
imported material which, through de-
valuation of the German mark, would
immediately become expensive."

TAXI--Phone 9000. Seven-passenger
cars. Only standard rates. Ix
ARCADE CAB. Dial 6116. Large com-
fortable cabs. Standard rates. 2x
WE DO your laundry work for one-
half the usual price. Phone 2-3739.

LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned,
Careful work at low price.


suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main. 5x
WILL the person who found a white
gold Elgin watch in Room 25 An-
gell after the Ec. 171 final please
rfeturn it to R. Read. Ph. 2-1214 or
2-1003. Reward. No questions asked.
LOST: One Hamilton wrist watch,
Wednesday, Feb. 21. Finder please
call Al Thomas. 21003. Reward.
WILL PERSON who inadvertently
exchanged corduroy coats in the
Library Periodical room Friday a.
m. notify Daily, Box 33X
Michiga Gryadumae Ce,.
Post As "oflkgre Head
George W. Peavy. '95, and a gradu-
ate of the School of Forestry in 1904,
dean of the School of Forestry at
Oregon Stage College at Corvalis,
Ore., has been made acting president
of the college by the Board of Higher
Curricula, according to word received
recently by Shirley W. Allen, profes-
sor of forestry.
Prof. Peavy was one of the earliest
graduates of the Michigan School of
Forestry, the school being started in
the year 1903. He has been dean of
the Oregon State Forestry School
since 1910.


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CONSTITUCION, Chile, Feb. 23. -
(P) - Numerous tourists were rescued
by fishing vessels today from the ex-
cursion steamer Don Enrique which
ran ashore in a fog.


MARCH 6, 8:15 P.M.

Tickets $1.00 - $1.50 -$2.00

On Sale at the School of Music

.a...dtJ...14 LA VY. 31 , V50. %.. Y' . 1-t-lI Skilt j C% 2 4j2'. I

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