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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1937
Germany Speeding Completion Of New Fleet Of Submarines Reeves Calls Court I "Peer Gynt' ToBe Given

-Associated Press Photo
These exclusive pictures, the first to be taken of German submarines at sea since the World War, show
two of the 250,ton submersibles built by the Third Reich under provisions of the Anglo-German treaty of
1935. Germany has 28 of these subs completed and eight more under construction. Top, shows one of the
ships splitting the waves during maneuvers outside Kiel. Below, is an overhead view of another from the
masthead of the Saar, mothership of the fleet.

in in 920. ae eaa o Ko, n-
nT90 " ~"" ", e f fi lant' StdentWins7.'Journalism speech
Seger is charged with murder in
connection with the fatal shooting of " ~F l rie ~, lorus n s To Be leid
William C. Cruson, 71, in a grocery iPraises 00j"rf.JchnL uFmchama
store here last Friday. He contends Prof. John L. Brumm, chairman
he fired in self-defense during a: of the journalism department, an-
quarrel. Chinese Graduate Student gineering department, and embodies nounced yesterday that his depart-
Police Chief Edward Harris dis- a great deal of original work. Profes- ment will hold speech forums for
sor King has termed the paper an journalism seniors every two weeks.
shooting a man near Elizabeth and Of Engineering "outstanding contribution" to the lit- No scholastic credit will be given for
Sixth streets, Detroit, 17 years ago. erature of such structural types. this training.
A shy retiring Chinese student has Adapted Self Easily It is planned to give the students
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earned himself at Michigan a most Outside of his work in the engineer-
unusual distinction in the realm of ing school, both Professor King and
university life, the enthusiastic and Professor Maugh agree, Huang has
unqualified praise of the men who the unique ability of being able to
have been both his teachers and fit with perfect ease into the life of
friends for, the high standard of his an occidental land after a life in
work and the unusual intelligence China. He has been able, Professor
and character he has evidenced while : King said to move in western circles
completing his work in the engineer- unhindered by oriental convention
ing school: and traits. The social orientation
A Hard Course which has given him the most diffi-
He is Wen H. Huang, a graduate culty has been learning to play
student from Kiangsu, China. His bridge, but Professor Maugh believes
work has divided itself into two dis- that he will be an expert player after
tinct fields, construction engineering a little more experience.
and hydraulic engineering, a most un- Huang will probably teach upon
usual feat according to Prof. Horace his return to China after a few
W. King of the hydraulic engineering months spent in Denver, and Pro-
department, who said yesterday that fessor King stated that he is certain
Huang has become more proficient of making a success either as a teach-
than the average student in either of er or as a practicing engineer.
these broad fields.
In all his work, Professor King NXiTt I Nmed
said, Huang displays an original ap- utt IS Named
proach and a brilliantly logical think-o.i.n
ing. In class rooms he stands out To Phihppme Post
among other students by virtue of
these qualities, and the keenness of
his intellect is also apparent in the WASHINGTON, Feb. 17.-UP)-A
interest he takes in social questions, new American High Commissioner to
Professor King added. the Philippines, Paul V. McNutt, will
'Outstanding Engineer' sit at a conference table next week,
It is these qualities which have when weighty problems of American-
convinced Professor King that Huang Philippines trades are thrashed out.
is the most brilliant student ever to McNutt, soldier, lawyer, and recent
study under him, as well as the out- Governor of Indiana, was nominated
standing student to receive a degree to the $18,000-a-year commissioner-
from the engineering schooL in a ship today by President Roosevelt.
number of years. Mr. Roosevelt requested him to at-
He will receive his degree this tend trade conferences which will be-
month, and his dissertation for the gin on the arrival next week of a
doctorate was on the subject of mission headed by Manuel L. Quezon,
stresses in thin arch dams and meth- president of the Philippine Common-
ods of designing such dams. It was wealth. McNutt will depart about a
prepared under the direction of Prof. month hence to take up his residence
Lawrence G. Maugh of the civil en- in the Philippines.

training in meeting the pulic anct in
expressing their own ideas, Professor
Brumm stated. Faculty members
will sit as a jury to decide the merits
of the ideas put forth. Current topics
will be brought up without any prev-
ious announcement. The individuals
will have to get up and give their
personal views.

ART CINEMA 'LEAGUE
presents
A Lyrical Saga of
a wandering people
'"GYPSI ES"
"A hauntingly beautiful
drama, rich in gypsy mu-
sic and native dance."
-N.Y. Post
Also two Disney Shorts
THREE DAYS
FEBRUARY 18-19 - 20
at 8:15
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
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All Seats Reserved
Tickets 35 Cents

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