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PAGE EIGHT T HE MICHIGAN DAILY Su

NDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1934

Leaves For Southwest

Senate Seeks

Celebrate 17th Anniveersary Of New Russia

Attend Meeting Leak Of Guns r
Of Physics Body To Gangsters
onopiwski, Uhienbeck .Arms Investigators Will
Describe Experiments Check Sourse Of Gang .:
With Beta-Ray Machine Guns '
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Dec. 1 - Special WASHINGTON, Dec. 1.-()--A
to The Daily) -Profs. E. J. Konop- spurt in the manufacture of cheap
inski and G. E. Uhlenbeck of the machine guns engaged the attention><
University of Michigan described their cf Senate munitions investgators{
recent experiments on the compari-: today as they sought to learn wherei
son with experiment of the Fermi gangdom gets its implements of war.
theory of beta-ray disintegration at Echoes of the shots that killed Fed-
the 194th meeting of the American eral Agents Samuel P. Cowley and
Physical Society here yesterday after- Herman Hollis will be heard next week
noon. when the senatorial committee re-
The society met at Washington - sumes its inquiry.
University Friday and Saturday in T HAWLEY TAPPINGNoting an increase in the output
honor of the formal opening of the of sub-machine guns, investigators
Wayman Crow Hall of Physics, a believed many of them were manu-
new $257,000 building completed dur- P afactured piece by piece in small ma-
ing the past summer. ppin P ans 1chine shops and then shipped to cer-
Friday morning Chancellor George " " tain concerns in Brooklyn to be as-
R. Throop addressed the 150 mem- To Visit Alum ni sembled.
ers of the siety on the life and hile representatives of larger and _ __
accomplishments of Wayman Crowt i abetter known manufacturers have
one of the founders of theuniversity, B od e In South ;been subpoenaed to appear next Here is a study of the leader
one f th foudersof te unverstyTuesday, none of them manufactures
and Prof. Arthur L. Hughes spoke the sub-machine gun favored by des- stnd at Red Square, Moscow. as
on the history of instruction i h u-ahn u aoe yds tn tRd qae ocwintpyisa ahntnUieitr-Au n ertr evs(prde.Btte omte oe aae ommrtn h 7ha
physics at Washington Univesity, re- Alumni Secretary Leaves peradoes. But the committee hopes parade, commemorating the 17th a:
calling that Dr. Arthur H. Compton, T1 to obtain from a lengthy list of wit- in Russia. Left to right, they are: K
11oday For Extensive nesses some suggestions as to how thei
now president of thesociety, won the underworld gets its arms and amm- military forces; M. I. Kalinin, pr
Nobel Prize for his experiments con- Southwestern Tour nitiorn dictator c
ducted on the Washington University
campus while a member of the local T. Hawley Tapping, '16L, general In previous hearings, the arms com-
faculty in 1922. secretary of the Alumni Association, panies have said they take strict pre-
Book Lints Are wil leve tdayfor amn extsoietiour cautions to keep their weapons from Prof. Meyer's Book
will leave today for an extensive tourI criminal hands. But somehow or
Book Lists Are Iofthe Southwestern United States I other, Investigator Stephen Raushen- In Physics Library
to visit University of Michigan Clubs, bush says, the underworld has ob-
Pr e par e d By Mr. Tapping will arrive KEinKastaEdatsengst 800 suf-achin guns. "The Diffraction of Light, X-rays,
C mrnrg explanation that criminals stole some and Material Particles," the most re-
ExItension head of the Kansas City club until Tuesday from law officers, Senator Pope (Dem., cent book of Prof. Charles F. Meyer of
X nj lawhen he will go to Tulsa. From Tulsa Idaho), said: the physics department, is now in the
ae will go to Oklahoma City. "We want to know if these guns are physics library, it was announced yes-
Miss Edith Thomas, head of the While in Oklahoma City he will visit being sold direct, and who is selling terday.
'Library Extension Service, has pre-Norman, seat of the University of them. And we want to know what presenting diffraction from the
pared a series of free booklists graded Oklahoma, where he will present the must be done to dry up the source
for children of all ages from two years Oklahoma chapter of Sigma Delta of supplies. The ruthless killing of time of its discovery oy Grimaldi to its
up, which may be obtained by writing Chi, national professional journalistic peace officers in this country amountr development through 1933, the book is
to the Extension Service. fraternity, with the Hogate Achieve- to a national disgrace." especially for students of physics, as-
ment Plaque, awarded them at the re-
This list is designed to remove some cent national convention of the frat- tronomy, optics, and X-ray. It con-
of the difficulties encountered by ernNext spring Sweden will celebrate tains 473 pages and 283 illustrations.
adults in choosing books as presents pingiyanfGrenatinalnd.pr.se the 500th anniversary of the founding It was published by the Chicago
adltr i ch ooing boks T as, preent ping is a former national president ofthe Riksdag, its parliament. Press.
chooses the books for the Children's of Sigma Delti Chi.
Fund of Michigan, has arranged these Ten of the University of Oklahoma
lists under separate headings, such as faculty, who are alumni of the Uni-
fiction, history, science, invention, versity of Michigan, will be guests
building, travel, and biography. of honor at the presentation.
Recent studies of child education After going to Fort Worth, Mr.
have shown, according to Miss Thom- Tapping will visit Austin, where he
as, that the reading habits acquired will attend a district meeting of theejsa y
early, in life and in free time at American Alumni Association ofh
home do much to influence growing which he is director of regional con-
minds and character. Developed reg- ferences.
different ages such good reading hab- 17, after visiting University of Mich- a t th e h u t !..
its easily carry over into adult life, igan Clubs in Dallas, Houston, New
where they add greatly to pleasure Orleans, and Memphis.
and knowledge. In addition, Miss sOrleas, anpemphis
Thomas points out that the fine il-Is
lustrating and excellent printing now Head Of French Library fruit cocktail tomato chicken
being lavished on many childr ens ;ln niest Visit
books is an indirect introductionto PlansUniversity si roast young vermont tom turkey - 6
an appreciation of artistic values. Miss Yvonne Oddon, Librarian of chicken a Ia king with fresh mushrooms
the Museum of Anthropology of the .ng t.r
H C National Museum in Paris, is expect- roast prime ribs of beef au jus - 5
ed as a visitor to the University Li- grilled small sirloin steak -- 55c
'Advance'Purpose brary during the Christmas holidays, sizzling beef tenderloin steak - 55
according to library officials. grilled lamb chops -- strawberry jam -
a Miss Oddons has been the recipient'.
"Telling the truth is the basic law included:
of all good writing," says Prof. John of a grant of the Rockefeller Foun-!
Lewis Brumm, chairman of the de- dations which will enable her to visit candied sweet potatoes french fried
partment of journalism, in a message ! the United States for observational fresh spinach stewed tomatoes per
of encouragement to the editors ofIpurposes. She will study the methods rolls tea - coffee - milk choice a
"The Advance," student proletarian employed in various museum and spe-r
magazine. cial libraries throughout this country,- --------- -
In response to the statement in-Idancng in the hut cellar 9-
cluded in an editorial in an opening UNION OPERA CAST
issue which said, "The truth has ever The cast of the Union opera,
been revolutionary," Professor Brumm "Give Us Rhythm," will meet at courteous service - good food - reasona
commended the Advance for seeking the following times and places to-
to express the ideal of truth within day:
its realm, that of liberal literature.., Groups II and III, 3 p.m., Room the a fingerle operated
"To say what is needful to say, and 305 Union.
to say it unmistakably - tltis is an The entire cast excluding only
ideal. One may not lie, or even with- committeemen will meet at 7:30 restaurant
hold the truth without spiritual hurt," p.m. in the Laboratory Theatre.
said Professor Brumm. It is essential that all members

The December issue of the Advance , of the cast arrive promptly.
will be circulated by campus sale on _ _ _

3M ile Hleatingr Cookdormitory, and the East Engi-
neering Buildling.
The efficiency and economy of the
Tunnel System system have been amply demonstrat-
ed, Mi. Pardon said, and in the long
ompl te run the University will profit from
OCpheVsavings.While the East Engineer-
ing unit was installed at a cost of
$2,200 it will have paid for itself by
(Continued from Page1) next May. The entire investment of
is used for the University lighting the University heating system will be
and power systems, and the steam is returned in 4 to 5 years, he said.
carried through the tunnels to the
various campus buildings. Excess elec- 20,231 ALUMNI DECEASED
tricity is sold to the Detroit Edison There are 20,231 University of
Company. Michigan alumni known to be de-

The campaign for a unified, low-
pressure heating system has been
carried on largely by Edward C. Par-
don, superintendent of the buildings
and grounds department. The initial
cost has been the major ground for
objection to the system, Mr. Pardon
said, since it requires larger pipes
and more extensive facilities than the
direct method of high-pressure heat-

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-Associated Press Photo
s of the U.S.S.R. in the reviewing
they watched the gigantic military'
nniversary of the October revolution
. E. Voroshilov, leader of the Soviet
esident; and Joseph Stalin, Soviet
All-Beethoven Program
Will Be Given Tonight
An all-Beethoven program will be
offered tonight by the Congregational.
Symphony Orchestra under the direc-
tion of Thor Johnson, Grad., in ac-
cordance with its custom of weekly
presentation of musicales designed
to furnish an introduction to musical
literature.
IThe works to be played, selected
from the composer's lesser known
works, include "Turkish March" from
"The Ruins of Athens," "Adagio,"
from an octet, opus 81, "Trio in C
Major," composed for two oboes and
an English horn, and the familiar
overture to "Egmont."

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THE ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION
presents the brilliant
Motion Picture Lecture
by
Chester Scott Howland

dinner

rice soup
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"HUNTING WHALES
In The Seven Seas"
A Romantic Story of Early New England
Seafaring Men
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into the rising sun, until, after eighteen, months, she returns
storm-swept and staggering, the spectator is spell-bound."
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AN ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION LECTURE
HILL AUDITORIUM
Thursday, Dec. 6 835 PM

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