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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1931
Full Day Put In
At Summer Ca
Ey Foresters a riiic Tank
mfp, Craig Claims To Be Shown
10 weeks spent in camp, he pointed A. O pen oluse
out. Of these, five are given in men -
suration, three in fire protection and Visitors to the engineering college
forest improvement and two in rec-
connaisance. Courses start June 28 open house Friday gnd Saturday will
and end Sept. 3. } be literally "taken for a ride" when
The camp is located about 17 miles jthey inspect the naval tank exhibit
from Iron River and is on the shores in the West Engineering building.
of Golden Lake. The lake is admir-! They will get their ride on the car
ably suited for the camp, Professor Thsed t htow hmodels up and dow the
Craig said. "No timber his been cut
from any of the lake's shore and the 250 foot long, 22 foot wide and 10-
water is crystal clear and as soft as feot deep testing pool. Twenty-five
distilled," he said, visitors will be shown the methods
Each student is assigned a different employed.in marine experents on
duty as his responsibility for each empoye inp t
Public Dernaid Causes Press
Sensationalism, Br'umm Claims
The sensationahzing of news by paper is the dissemination of news,"
newspapers through size of type, po- he added. "It is the journalist's job
sition and flagrant treatment can be to see that the news is read,"
tnr ctn d lyc it is a nn f Primi ~VE AI ppeal
unacUs eooa onzy as z Is a means oz
satisfying a demand, Prof. John L.
Brumm, chairman of the journalism
department, stated in an interview
"Not many ailiong us can exercise
I choice in the free determination of
our lives," Professor' Brumm assert-
ed. "It is inevitable that the news-
paper should become, for millions of
readeis, the chief medium of escape
from the humdrum of reality as they
The news that is "played up" and
' made conspicuous on the front page
is obviously well calculated to stimu-
' late the most primitive mass emo-
tions, Professor Brumm declared.
This news is, for the most part, erup-
tive, explosive and calamitous in na-
ture, he showed, saying that it pro-
claims crises, conflicts, disasters and
Efocuses the spotlight of publicity
mercilessly upon the human actors
in the kaleidoscopic drama of life.
"Human nature," he said, is re-
sponsible for what gets selected for
I treatment as news with a sure-fire
appeal to an undifferentiated public."
Nordmeiyer' T Give
Last German Talk
Prof. Henry W. Nordmeyer, head of
the German department, will speak
at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in Room 2003,
Angell Hall, in the concluding lecture
of the series sponsored by Deutscher
Professor Nordmeyer will take for
his topic "Omar Khayyam u nd
Faust." He'haschosen these two
men because of certain similarities
implied or expressed in their exper-
iences and the apparent differences
in the conclusions which they reach.
Omar's philosophy, Professor Nord-
meyer believes, though seeming to be
"live for the hour" is really simply a
council of despair over a problem
which Faust's activism may solve.
ENGLAND, FRANCE. GERMANY, Etc.
M*k Tour bud Seamr eser acrsfU Phone 6412
said, week of camp. These duties include
Two formal lectures and a den- such jobs as splitting wood, kitchen
drology field trip are given every work and tasks in the wash house.
morning except Tuesday and Thurs- Use of automobiles is permitted only
day when the whole day is devoted to on the week-ends.
field work. The latter part of Satur- The staff this session will include:
day morning is used to prepare the Prof. Robert Craig, Jr., Director, Prof.
camp for the next week's work, Pro- Leigh J. Young (first six weeks), Prof.
fessor Craig continued. Dcnald M. Matthews (last four
Attendance at Camp Filibert Roth weeks), Kendall Wood and Benton
is required of all forestry students Cancell, Prof. Ralph Wilson of the
for graduation and usually comes be- University of Idaho Southern Branch
tween the sophomore and junior and a resident physician.
years, Professor Craig said. Students The attendance of 70 will be the;
receive 10 full hours of credit for thelargest in the history of the camp.
Sver y i p-
Electrically Propelled 1
The car itself operates on railvay
tracks laid on each -side of the ehan-
nell.. t is powcrcd - by University
electricity after it has been smoothed
:ouxt ina generator carried cn the tow-,
ing apparatus.. The ear tows models
of proposed boats over an adjustable
bottom and exact data as to the re-
sistance are recorded on a revolving
The naval tank is one of three in
the United States and is the only one
owned by a University or college.
Attempts are now being made to de-
velop a correlation between results
obtained at the other two in New-
port News and Washington respec-
tively and the local tank.
Used During Woarld Wax"
A model of a Great Lakes steamnei
constructed in 1900 is being built
especially for testing during the Open
House. Results obtained in these ex-
periments will be used by builders
Lurid News Wins
Prfrcn Bttm niti rtt t th t
Proaessor Iirumm pone a ou L LI~a
for these reasons the readers are at-
tracted to the make-up of newspa-
pers that tell about the "Lone Eagle"
in his perilous fBights, to the heroic
rescue of women and children from
a tenement fire and to the way the
fearless policemen trails the ruthless,
criminal to his lair.
"The primary function of a news-
i , - .d!
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At Speech Meet
JY//NEVER 7#ERE&A /IURR" .ERS
Four members of the University in planning a reconstruction of the
speech department will attend the boat.
annual convention of the Central The tank, which was used during
States Speech Association to be held the World War, has models that have
in conjunction this year with the been tested, exhibited on its sides.
Northern Oratorical League contest Models used in the experimental work
on May 7 at the University of Wis- are made of either wax or wood. Wax
consin, it was announced yesterday. models are finished roughly in a cut-
Those who will represent Michi- ting machine and completed by hand
gan are Pr-of. Louis M. Eich, Prof..while the wooden models are done en-
ga r rf oi .EcPo.tirely by hand.1
Richard D. Hollister, Dr. Henry M. yy
Moser and Dean G. Nichols.
Professor Eich will read a paper j APPOINTED TO BOARD
entitled "Charles W. Eliot As A Prof. I. L. Sharfman, chairman of
Speaker," Dr. Eliot was president of the economics department, has been
Harvard University from 1869 until appointed by President Roosevelt to
1909. Dr. Moser will serve as chair- an emergency mediation board to try
man of the science division of the to reach a settlement of a dispute be-
convention. tween railroads and shipping inter'-
Michigan's representative at the ests and the Brotherhood of Railway
Northern Oratorical League Contest and Steamship clerks in New York
will be Alvin Schottenfeld, '37, who City, it was learned yesterday. Profes-
won the University speech contest sor Sharfman is on a one year leave
with his oration entitled "To Read of absence in Washington at the pres-
or Not to Read." ent time.
EVENING RADIO PROGRAMS
6:15--New and Sports.
6:30-Palmer House Concer't Orclt.
6:45-Rick Rober'ts' Orch.
7 :00-Wallnstein's "Impressions."
7:30-Trans-Radio News Bulletins.
7:35- -Melody Interlude.
7:45-Mercy Hail Program.
8:15-George Dufly's Orch.
8 :30 -Music for Today.
3:00-Romazance and Roses.
9:3--Dr. Charles Courboin's Recital Hall.
10:00-Mart Kenny's Oroh.
10:30-Kay Kyser's Orch.
11:00-Canadian Club Reporter.
11:15-Eddy Duehin's Orch.
11:30-Paul Whiteman's Orch.
Midnight-Hugo Mariani's Orch.
6 :00--Stevenson Spor s.
6:15-Irene Beasley and 3111 Perry.
6:30-The Allen Family.
7:30-Cavalcade of America.
7:30-Laugh with Ken Murray.
8:00-Andre Kostelanetz' Orch.
8:30-Palmolive Beauty Theatre with
9 :30-Babe Ruth-Sinclair.
10:30-Gems and Jams.
1:1 :15-Tommy Dorsey's Orch.
11:30-Red Nichols' Orch.
Midnight-Marvin Frederic's Orch.
12:30-To be announced.
WWJ% -020 Kilacycles
6 :00-Tyson's Sports.
7:00--one Man's Family.
7:30-Lady Esther Serenade.
8:00-Town Hall Tonight.
9:00-Your Hit Parade.
10 :30-Dance Music.
.1:00-Webster Hall Orch.
11 :30-Lights Out.
Midnight --Northwood Inn Orch.
6.:15--Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt.
7:310--Ethel. Barrym ore.
8 :40-4t Happens Every Day.
9:00-Vie and Sade.
9:15--Eclipse of Sun Pro0-ram.
10:30-Will Osborne Orch.
11:00-Lowry Clark Orch.
11:30-Lou Breeze Oreh.
i:45-Maurie Sherman's Orch.
Midnight-Morrey Brennxan Orch .
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mystery (off .
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NAMES N GOLD
Go to Slater's this week to verify the spell-
ing of your name as it is to appear in GOLD
on the front cover of the Michiganensian.
CAMPUS SALE this week. The present price
of Five Dollars will last for a short time only.
T O DAY !
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