THEI MICHlIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1936
S .C.A. Prepares
Trip To Toledo
Excursion To Be Presented
Feb. 22, 23; Toledo U.
Professor To Be Guide
Toledo is to be the destination of
the first sociology field trip
of the current year sponsored by the
Student Christian Association, it was
announced yesterday by Everett
Johnson, '38, newly appointed chair-
man of the committee on sociology
field trips. The date set for the trip
is the week end of Feb. 22, 23.
A definite itinerary is being ar-
ranged by Patricia Woodward, Grad.,
and will be ready for announcement
in the near future, as will be an
estimate of the cost, Johnson said.
Tentatively included in the program,
according to Johnson, are visits to
community houses, labor meetings, a
community where people have built
shelters out of packing cases, the Art
Museum, and the site of the new
Prof. C. J. Bushnell, head of the
Toledo University sociology depart-
ment, is expected to conduct the
party on the trip. Cooperating with
the Student Christian Association in
the formulation of the plans is Prof.
Roderick D. McKenzie, head of the
sociology department at the Uni-
versity. Interested students may
leave their names at Lane Hall and
will be notified of any meetings pre-
ceeding the trip.
Besides the Toledo trip, there will
be several to Detroit and one to
Chicago. The purpose of these field
trips, according to Miriam Hall,
chairman of the commission on so-
cial study and',action of the Student
Christian Association, is to provide
the average student an opportunity,
under expert guidance, to study the
phases of the world in which he
Spanish Don Gives
General Library 9
Books For Goodwill
As an expression of the good-will
which he feels toward the University,
Don Pablo Homs of Torremolinos-
Malaga, Spain has, through Palmer
Christian University organist, pre-
sented nine books to the General
Lib rary. I
While Mr. Christian was travel-
ling through Spain he met Senorl
Homs who for a few years lived in
this country and owned an importing
company in New York. According
to Mr. Christian, he is an admirer
of everything American, especially
the educational advantages offered
in this country. In addition, Senor
Hom's only daughter attend this
University for two or three years.
All the books have been inscribed
by the authors to the University as
a gift to the students and professors
of the Spanish language at Michigan.
Six of the books were written by
Alberto Insua who is the governor of
the province of Malaga.
IF IT IS ANYTHING
G. R. SWAIN about it.
Phone 2-1924 713 E. Univ.
mended on the condition that Koons
Quick Sentence should make restitution and Ha den To Talk
i$14.65 in costs.
Meted ut ToIn thr ame, son of Circuit CourtnPil ns
Meted Out To Judge Sample sentenced Frank Sharp, On Philippines,
."alias Frank Vanderhoff, 22 years old,
Detroit M a n to one and a half to five years in the )obis Reveais
same prison for unlawfully driving
. away an automobile and stealing $100 .
John Koons, 30, onvleted belonging to H. H. Heselschwerdt of After his return to Ann Arbor in
Two Days After Issue Sharon Township. Sharp was arrest- February, Prof. Joseph R. Hayden
Of og ,ed 'in Detroit 10 days ago on a war- will lecture in Hill Auditorium upon
Of Forgery Complaint rant issued in July, 1934, when he his experiences as vice-governor of
jtook the truck and money. The truck
John Edward Koons of Detroit, 30 was later recovered. the Philippine Islands, Dr. F. E. Rob-
years old, was sentenced to the South- f_'bins announced yesterday.
ern Michigan State Prison at Jackson Dr. Robbins stated that Professor
by Circuit Court Judge George W. Brum m To Give Hayden had written his acceptance
Sample yesterday morning less than of the invitation offered him to speak
24 hours after his arrest and two Gr'aduation Speech when he arrives in Ann Arbor and
days after a complaint charging that the exact date of the lecture
him with forgery was issued. would be set for sometime in the
He was sentenced to from two to Prof. John L. Brumm of the de- early part of the second semester.
fourteen years for forging the signa- partment of journalism will deliver Professor Hayden sailed from
ture of his uncle, Arthur E. Cole, of the mid-year commencement address France last Saturday on the Europa
Saline, to a $20 check passed there at Port Huron High School tomorrow and will arrive in New York Tues-
Wednesday, and was arrested in De- evening. He will talk an "Education day or Wednesday. However, he
troit Sunday by Deputy Sheriff Fred i istated to Dr. Robbins, that he would
Sodt. Koons waived examination and for Living," and will also speak be- probably not come to the city di-
pleaded guilty in Circuit Court yester- fore the Port Huron Rotary Club rectly from New York but would
day morning. Thursday on the subject "New Men- stop off for a short time in Washing-
The minimum sentence was recom- tality." ton, D. C.
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all students and internes are cor-
dially invited to attend this meeting.
Bibliophiles meet at 2:30 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. Jacobs Sacks, 611
Phi Eta Sigma Picture - All active
members of Phi Eta Sigma, freshman
honorary fraternity, will have their
picture taken at 5 p.m. Wednesday,
an. 29, Dey Studio on State Street.
Please be on time. Wear a dark suit.
Sigma Delta Chi will hold a regu-
lar dinner meeting at 6:15 p.m. today
in the Union. Speaker of the evening
will be Mr. Philip Adler, traveling
correspondent for the Detroit News,
who will discuss his recent exper-
Faculty-Alumni Dance: The third
Faculty-Alumni Dance will be held
Wednesday, an. 29, at 9:30 p.m., in
the Michigan Union.
Dame's Drama Section regular
monthly meeting Thursday, Jan. 30,
at eight o'clock, at the home of Mrs.
Carl V. Weller, 1130 Fair Oaks Park-
way. Members of the Dame's Club
are invited to be present. All who
have cars and all who desire trans-
portation be at the League at :45.
Luncheon for Graduate Students:
Wednesday, an. 29, 12:00 noon in
the Russian Tea Room of the Michi-
gan League Building. Professor
Burke Shartel of the Law School will
speak informally on "The Supreme
Court and Recent Legislation."
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