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Honesty B est Policy
Lawyer Tells 150
Case Club Members
Drawing upon his 25 years of prac-
tice, Don K. Jones, Chicago trial law-
yer, told more than 150 embryonic
lawyers last night at the annual
Case Club dinner, that since tricks
in court work only one time in 100,
they should play the game straight.
"Trial tactics are not confined to
court rooms, but rather begin at the
time your case walks in the door," he
said. He advised that all lawyers:
know their way to the court by know-
ing the sheriffs, clerks and judges
before they tried a case.
Prof. John E. Tracy, of the Law
School, acted as toastmaster. James
W. Mehaffy, '38L, and Bruce M.
Smith, '39L, gave short talks. Prof.
John /B. Waite, also of the Law
School, made presentation of the
Junior advisors who won book
awards are: Benjamin G. Cox, Har-
old V. Hartger, Jack F. Smith, Se-
ward R. Stroud and Bernard Weiss-
man. . Book awards went to the fol-
lowing junior semi-finalists: Jack F.
Smith, Thomas T. Munson, Laddy H.
Gross and James D. Tracy.
Next year's student judges will be
Munson, Helper, Smith,. Keck and
Sokol Elected Chairman
Of Aeronautical Institutp
The student branch of the Institute
of Aeronautical Sciences elected of-
ficers for the fall semester last night
in the Natural Science auditorium.
, Max Sokol, '39E, was elected chair-,
man; the vice-chairman will be elect-
ed in the fall; Juilus Jaeger, '39E,
was appointed Engineering Council;
representative; Edward Kurzawa,
'38E, was'elected secretary; and John
P. Reeder, '39E, became the new


24 Faculty Members Promoted
By Regents;_6 Added To Staff'
(Continued from Page 1) Lloyd scholarship fund and $2,300
4- for the Ethel McCormick scholarship
for the literary college, replacing fund.
Dean Walter, Philip Jay was named A set of arts, etching and study
research assistant professor of oral material valued at $3,500 was pre-
pathology, Donald A. Kerr was se- sented by the Carnegie Corporation
lected as instructor in oral pathol- of New York for the University High
ogy,. Robert S. Ford was appointed School, and the Detroit Edison Co.
Director of the Bureau of Govern- gave several pieces of material valued
ment, Lee R. Dice was named asso- at $3,000 to be used in the develop-
ciate curator of mammals in the Mu- ment of the cyclotron.
seum of Zoology, William H. Burt Edwin S. George gave $250 for work
was chosen as Curator of Mammals Edwin S. George reserke
ndJoseph E. Maddy was named on the Edwin S. George Preserve
andJsp E.Mdwsnmd this summer, Emory L. Ford present-
professor of radio music instruction this2summ5,aEMory l uladrsnr
in the University Extension division.h ed $222r Sta Monnroe CalcUniversi
Lawrence O. Brockway heads the Hospital and the Board of Directors
list of new faculty members who will of Martha Cook gave $200 for the
come here in the fall, being appoint- Anne E. Shipman Stevens Scholar-
ed assistant professor of chemistry. ship.
He received his Ph.D. in 1933 at the Whitmore and Charles Hodges, Jr
California Institute of Technology of Detroit, sons of the late Charles
and is now teaching there. Hodges gave $450 as the first in-
Palmer A. Throop was named as- stallment for the Charles H. Dodge
sistant professor of history. He was Fellowship in Fisheries Research. The
awarded his Ph.D. at Princeton Uni- total amount of the scholarship which
versity. Richard T. LaPierre comes will run until December, 1940, will
here from Stanford University as as- amount to $4,950. Lloyd L. Smith,
sociate professor of sociology. He re- Grad., was awarded the scholarship.
ceived his Ph.D. from Stanford.'The Michigan Daughters of the
Catherine B. Heller was named as- American Revolution gave $100 for
sistant professor of decorative design. te preservation of certain manus-
Mao Irck Island Asenal, Ro reslan, cripts in the William L. Clements
Library, and the Alumnae Council
Ill., as assistant professor of military Trust Fund received $41.65 from the
science and tactics. He is a grad-Hedro MmrilFn ad$2
Aateof the United States Military from the Pontiac Association of Uni-
Lieutenant Colonel Leon A. Fox was versity Women.
named assistant professor of military During the sabbatical leave of Prof.
science and tactics, coming here from Heber Curtis of the astronomy de-
Manila. He received his Ph.D. from partment for the first semester of
the American University and a de- next year, Prof. W. Carl Rufus will
gree of Doctor of Public Health from act as chairman of the astronomy
Johns Hopkins University. department. During the sabbatical
The largest cash gift came from leave of Prof. Louis I. $redvold of
an anonymous donor. Three thou- the English department for the same
sand dollars was given to be placed time, Prof. Warner G. Rice ill be
with the funds of the Joint Commit- chairman of the English department,
tee of Public Health Education. The and Prof. A. Franklin Shull will be
League Undergraduate Fund pre acting chairman of the zoology de-
sented $2,600 for 'the Alice Crocker partment the first semester of next
year in the absence of Prof. George
D. LaRue. Prof. E. L. Ericksen of
® M& L L" - -- - the engineering mechanics depart-

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all menbers of the
Un:versitf Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3;30; 11.00 ,a tn on Saturday.




Promotions Effective With The Year
The following promotions, effective
with the year 1938-1939, were voted
by the Board of Regents at their
meeting held April 29, 1938:'
College of Literature, Science, and
'38 Engineers
Plan A Dinner
Affair Is Set For May 10
II Jnion Ballroom
The senior engineers will hold their
first class dinner since 1902 on Tues-
day, May 10 in the Union main ball-
room, according to Goff Smith, '38E,
class president.
"We are making an effort to get the
entire class together before they be-
come alumni, so that a feeling of
unity can be fostered while there still
is unity," Smith declared. Dear Em-
eritus Cooley, who is very enthusias-
tic about the idea, will be present,"
he stated.
ment will replace Prof. A. A. White
on the executive committee of the en-
gineering college during the latter's
absence the first semester.
Prof. Bruno Meinke of the Latin
department and Prof. Nathan Sinai
of the hygiene department were
granted sabbatical leaves for the first
semester next year.
Mrs. C. D. Thorpe and Mrs. H. H.
Seeley were appointed members of
the' Board of Governors of Adelia
Cheever House, and Mrs. Paul Tay-
lor of Pontiac was named to the
Board of Governors of 'Alumnae
House for three years starting July 1,
succeeding Mrs. Frank W. Stone.

The Arts. From Associate Professor to
Arthur Watson Bromage, Political
Robert Burnett Hall, Geography.
Harlow Olin Whittemore, Land-
scape Design.
Norman Leroy Willey, German.
From Assistant Professor to As-
sociate Professor:
Waldo Mack Abbot, Speech.
Ruel Vance Churchill, Mathema-
Joseph Olney Halford, Organic
From Instructor to Assistant Pro-
Arno Lehman Bader, English.
Henry Harlan Bloomer, Speech.
Horace Richard Crane, Physics.
Charles Moler Davis, Geography.
Henry Madison Kendall, Geog-
Sumner Byron Myers, Mathema-
George Mahon Stanley, Geology.
College Of Engineering
From Assistant Professor to Asso-
ciate Professor:,
Eugene Jesse Ash, Metl Proces-'
William Gould Dow, Metal Proces-
Donald William McCready, Chr<m-
ical Engineering.
From Instructor to Assistant Pro-
William Wayne Gilbert, Metal Pro-
Medical School
From Instructor to Assistant Pro-
Lloyd Fullenwider Carton, Pathol-
Herman Marvin Pollard, Internal
Business Administration
From Associate Professor to Pro-
Herbert Francis Taggart, Account-

Hygiene and Public Health
From Instructor to Assistant Pro-
Earl Edwin Kleinschmidt, Hygiene'
and Public Health.
Faculty Tea: President and Mrs.
Ruthven will be at D)ome to faculty
members and residents of Ann Ar-
bor, Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m.
Candidates for Election to Senior
Honors. Application for election to
Senior Honors must be in the Eng-
lish Office not later ethan May 16.
Students wishing information about
the course may see Professor Strauss,
Frofessor Mueschke, or Professor
All persons having rooms available
for the delegates to the M.LP.A. Con,
vention, nights of Thursday anu Fri-
day, May 5 and 6, are requested to
tclephone University Extension 485,
or write to Room 213 Haven Hall,
giving number of accommodations
and whether boys or g4rls ear Je
Freshman Dues of one dollar from
all freshman women must be paid
this week for the purpose Of helping
to finance Freshman Project. Dues
may be paid Thursday aid Friday
in Miss McCormick's office in the
League from 3 to 6 p.m.
An Exhibition of paintings by Er-
nest Harriso'i Barnes and of paint
ings and pastels by Frederick H. Ald-
ricr, Jr., both of the faculty of the
College of Architecture, is presented
by the Ann Arbor Art Association in
the 'North and South Galleries of
Alumni Memorial Hall, April 18
through May 1. Open' daily includ-
ing -Sundays from 2 to 5 p.m., ad-
mission free to students and inem-
Exhibition: Photographs of "India,
her Architecture and Sculpture" un-
der the auspices of the Institute of
Fine Arts, May 2 through May 14 in
the exhibition room of the School. of
Architecture. Daily (except Sunday)
from 9 to 5.

Heber D. Curtis, Chairman of the
Department of Astronomy 4nd Di-
rector of the Observatories, will de -
liver the Henry Russel lecture for 1938
at 4:15 p.m., Tuesday, Mal, 3, in Na-
tural Science Auditorium. His sub-
ject will be "Receding Horizons." An-
nouncement of the Henry Russel
Award will be made at this time.
University Lecture: Professor Bar-
ker Fairley of the University of Tor-
onto will give a lecture in English on
"Goethe and Frau von Stein," on
Wednesday, May 4, at 4:15 Natural
Science. The public is cordially in-
University Lecture: Professor Einar
Hammarsten, Professor of Chemistry,
Carolingian Medical University, will
lecture on "The Secretin of, Bayliss
and Starling" on Monday, May 9, at
4:15 p.m. in Natural Science Audior-
ium under the auspices of the Medical
School. The public is cordially in-
Alexander Ziwet Lectures in Mathe-
matics. The next three lectures, in
the series being given by Professor
Erich Hecke of the University of
Hamburg, will be given Monday,
Wednesday, and 1lday (May 2, 4,
and 6) at 3 o'clock in Room 3201 An-
gell Hall.
Events Today
The Outdoor Club will meet at Lane
Hall at 2 o'clock on Saturday, April
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