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M OvIe Of Desert 'itor Noe This is the firstin auseres_ _ TYPING .1 R8 MSCELLANEOUS--2 TR
of short biographies of noted campusM AA Bt
figures. STRAYED, LOST, FOUND -1 TYPING-Experienced. Miss AllenRCHMAN BROS. Clothes-$22.50. WASHE
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or Suits, topcoats, overcoats, tuxedo Drive
National P*otash Industry By A. P. BLAUSTEIN LOST - Saturday, gold Waltham with vest. Full dress $24.50. 121 Killin
Of California Feature Dean E. Blythe Stason of the Law wrist watch between Economics So. Main. Phone 3831. 95 7112.
School, a recognized authority onw we cs-
In Industry In Desert, Administrative Law and Taxation, yBuilding and Washtenaw. Re- TYPING-Miss L. M. Heywood, 414
is one of the most versatile figures ward. Call 8590. 91 Maynard St. Phone 5689. 43
"Industry in the Desert," a five on the campus, for besides being a A Refreshing Drink An T
reel motion picture partially in color, lawyer of note he is also an electrical -LOST--Greern and white Sheaffer VIOLA STK.N--Experienced typist R fehn rn.~n
will be shown at 4:15 p.m. Friday engineer. Lifetime Pen, Saturday in Rack- and ota; y public, excellent work.
in Room 165 of the Chemistry Build- Born in Sioux City, Iowa, in 1891, ham Bldg. Reward. Call Amelia 706 Oakland, phone 6327. 20
ing. Dean Stason spent the first eighteen hmBl4.
The picture depicts a national pot- years of his life there and enteredNI;Del, 2-4561. 94
ash and chemical corporation's vii- the University of Wisconsin in 1909
lage plant and manufacturing opera- where he received his A.B. degree LOST: Black and white Schaeffer LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned
tians at Trona, Calif., in the northern four years later. He then became in- fountain pen. Bob Wagner, 2-2565. Careful work at low prices. 16
part of the Mohave Desert. This terested in engineering and enrolled
location boasts one of the world's in the Massachusetts Institute of
only large sources of potash. Before Technology receiving his Bachelor
its discovery, America depended on of Science degree in 1916. or PE RM
German to supply her needs. Enlisted In Army I
Faculty members, as well as the With the United States' entrance DEAN E. BLYTHE STASON MACHINE EUGENE OIL I MACHINELESS
graduates and undergraduates of into the World War, Dean Stason or REALISTIC $3.00 I$2.75 $3.50
chemistry, chemical engineering and enlisted and served in all ranks from
agriculture, plan to attend the film, private to Captain of Engineers un- tices written for periodicals such PhoneY82
which is being sponsored by Alpha til the Armistice. as the American Bar Association CAMPUS B A TY S O
Chi Sigma, professional chemists It was the war which influenced I Journal, the Michigan Law Review Open Evenings 7 1 1 North University Phone 2-1379
fraternity, and Phi Lambda Upsilon him to change his profession as a and the Cincinnati Law Review.---
honorary society for chemistry and taste of military life convinced him- -
chemical engineering seniors and that he did not want to be "a cog
graduates. in a machine" any longer.
Phases of the industry to be shown Thus it was that he accepted a
include the various early transporta- post at the University teaching elec-
tion methods employed in the desert trical engineering and, at the same
leading up to the modern railroad time he studied law graduating with
and the conditions under which 1,800 the degree J.D. in 1922. After receiv-
people live and enjoy themselves in ing his degree, Dean Stason returned
the desert. Also to be shown are to Sioux City and practiced law un-
the potash and borax processes and til 1924.
the recoveries of soda ash and salt Became Dean Last Year
cake. Since that time he has been teach-
ing at Law School, becoming Dean
last year upon the resignation of
Prof. Windt Will Deliver 1Dean Henry Bates.
Pa AtDean Stson has been active in
aper t Conference state legal affairs since he became X Ii I
Prof. Valentine B. Windt, director an instructor here, serving as Sec-
:f Play Production, will give a paper retary of the Michigan State Bar
on "Library Facilities Available to Association from 1929 to 1935. He
Little Theatres and Schools Through- is also a member of the National
:out the Country" tomorrow at the Conference of Commissioners on
ihual National Theatre Confer- Uniform State Laws and was in-
:anual Natioal T tre Cstrumental in the creation of the
The paper is the result of a survey present "Integrated State Bar" in
made by Professor Windt during the Michigan.
past year. Questionnaires were sent Among the things Dean Stason
out to secure necessary information> has written is a "Case Book on Mul-
He is chairman of the committee in tiple Corporations" and "Cases and
arge of this subject. Other Materials on AdministrativeB
The National Theatre Conference Tribunals" in addition to many ar-
is a group of men prominent in little
theatre and college theatre work. . S
Air Squadron To Return"7
Bergdoll Pardon Asked RIO DE JANEIRO, Nov. 22.-(P)
-Ten Brazilian army officers will
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 22.-(AP)- travel to the United States as pas-
Mrs. Berta Bergdoll asked President sengers in seven United States Army
Roosevelt again today to pardon her bombers when the good will squadron
World War draft-dodger husband, leaves here tomorrow to return home.
Grover C. Bergdoll. In a three-page The bombers came here eight days
letter-her third to the White House ago under command of Major-Gen-
-the blonde, German-born woman eral Delos Emmons to participate in }
pleaded with her request be consid- the celebration of Brazil's 50th year
red "for the sake of our six children." as a republic.
Friday and Saturday
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