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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MONDAY. JUNE 29, 1939

THE. MI.HIGAN..AI......N.AY,.JUNE.2.... .

Summer Staff
Supplemented'
By 46 Visitors

Newest Addition To

Building Program

Alumni Session Six Visting Physicists To Give

Is Attended By
ore Than 65 Cal
--)
f orizons For T rrow
Is Subject Of Colr4es4 F
1 For

"27Y Universities,
Are -Repiresent

CollegesI
ted By

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Sumuner Symposium Lectures
fornia Professor Will versity of Wisconsin, and I. Rabi, of
iseuss The Cyclotron's Columbia T)niversity, will lecture for
esin And Operation only two weeks. Professor Breit will
talk on "Special Topics in Nuclear
many years the physics de- Theory" and Professor Rabi on "Nu-
nent has invited several of the _lcar Moments."

$40,000,000,000 IABILITIES
WASHINGTON, June 28.--P)-
Accumulated Government liabilities
of approximately $40,000,000.000 by
next Jan. 1 were predicted today by
Representative Taber of New 'York as
ranking Republican on the House
Appropriations Committee.. He made
the forecast in a statement declaring
that the treasury would be "strip-
ped" by that time "to meet the ex-
orbitant election demands of General
Farley (Postmaster General James

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Non-Residents
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New York City; Prof. William Walter
Cort, Johns Hopkins University.
Frederick 0. Crandall, assistant in
Play Production, New York City; Dr.
Charles W. Creaser, associate profes-
sor of zoology, Wayne University;
Dr. Lionel G. Crocker, professor of
speech, Denison University; Dr. Jacob
P. Dcn Hartog, assistant professor
of applied mechanics, Harvard Uni-
versity.
Frank J. Hinds of Western State
Teachers College, to teach at the
Biological Station; Dr. Richard A.
Deno, instructor in biology, Bowling
Green State University; Dr. Frank
Caleb Gates, professor of taxonomy
and ecology, Kansas State College;
Francis L. D. Goodrich, librarian,
College of the City of New York; Ger-
maine Guiot, head of the department
of physical education for women,
University of California at Los An-
geles.
Hunterford Here
Dr. Herbert B. Hungertord, profes-
sor of entomology, University of Kan-
sas; Dr. Frank W. Hubbard, assistant
director of research, Nationau Educa-
tion Association; Dr. H. Clifton Hut-
chins, of the Federal Office of Edu-
cation ,Washington, D. C.; Dr. Henry
Stuart Jones, professor of English,
University of Illinois.
Prof. E. B. Kane, New York City,
to be guest director of Play Produc-
tion; Dr. Hans Kurath, professor of
Germanic languages and general lin-
guistics, Brown University; Dr. Hay-
ward Keniston, professor of romance
languages, University of Chicago;
Mrs. Evelyn S. Little, Emory Library
School, Emory University, Atlanta,
Ga., to teach in library science; Har-
per C. Maybee, lecturer in music edu-
cation, Western State Teachers Col-
lege.
Dr. Roger P. McCutcheon, profes-
sor of English, Tulane University;
Dr. George E. Nichols, professor of
botany, Yale University; Gustavus A.
Ohlinger, University of Toledo Bar;
Dr. Leonard W. Power, educational
consultant and specialist in admin-
i tration, New York City; Dr. Rob--
ert L. Reynolds, associate professor
of history, University of Wisconsin.
Others Named
Dr. Edward Byron Reuter, profes-
sor of sociology, University of Iowa;
Prof. Verner M. Sims, University of
Alabama, to teach in the School of
Education; Dr. Wilson G. Smallie,
professor of 'ublic heal administra-
tion, Harvard University; J. Frank
Smith, University of Southern Cali-
fornia, to teach in the department
of chemistry; Dr. William R. Smithey,
professor of education, University of
Virginia.
Dr. Robert E. Spiller, professor of
English, SCwarthmore College; Dr.
Edgar H. Sturtevant, professor of
linguistics, Yale University; Dr. Lyell
J. Thomas, assistant professor of
zoology, University of Illinois; Theo
Werle, executive director, Michigan
Tuberculosis Association, Lansing;

Given* This Yc.-m-
F

1artm

most out::tanding physicists of the
More than Gj alumni attended world to lecture here during the
cn8 of the Sixth Annual Alumni summer. This year six men, repre-
Univei silly held June 22-27 on the senting both the experimental and
:)ompus here under the direction of the theoretical phases of physics,
willr be the visiting symposium lec-
Wilfred B. Shaw, directof or alumni willbetevstnsypsm lec-
d . f turers. In addition, two members of
ieiations. The topic of the courses the regular staff of the physics de-
,his year was "IHorizons for Tomor- partment will give symposium lec-
row." 'tures.
The outstanding course of the week Of special interest to Michigan stu-

In addition to these visiting lec- I A. Farley, Chairman of the Demo-
Curers, two members of the Uni- cratic National Committee).
versity physics staff will give sym-
nosium lectures. READ THE WANT ADS

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appeared to be that given by Prof.
R'obert G. Rodkey, professor of bank-
'ng and investments in the School of
Bu.Iness Administration, on "Con-
temporary Banking Problems." Six
representatives of the Chicago Fed-
eral Reserve Bank were sent to Ann
Arbor to attend the lectures, with
their expenses paid by the Federal
government.
Among the other courses were
"England and America," given by
Prof. Arthur L. Cross of the history
(i2p artment, "Phases of American
Constitutional History," given by
Prof. Lewis G. VanderVelde of the
history department, and "Literature
and Life," by Prof. Bennett Weaver
(f the English department.
For later afternoon sessions courses
in golf and tennis were given by
Johnny Malloy, Michigan champion
in 1927,, 1928, and 1929, and Varsity
Coach Johnny Johnstone.

dents will be the lectures by Prof. E.
0. Lawrence, of the University of
California. Professor Lawrence is the
inventor of the atom-smashing cy-
clotron and will lecture on its de-
sign and technique. The physics de-
partment is now putting the finish-
ing touches on what will be the
largest cyclotron in the world. It is
hoped that it will be in operation this
summer.
There will be only one lecturer
from abroad-Prof. P. Ewald, of the
Technische Hochschule in Stuttgart,
Germany. He will lecture on "The
Theory of the Solid State." "The
Physics of High Speed Particles" is
the title of the lectures to be given
by Prof. H. Bethe, of Cornell Uni-
versity. Prof. E. U. Condon, of
Princeton University, will lecture on
problems of quantuum mechanics.
All these symposiums will last for a
month or six weeks.
Professors G. Breit, of the Uni-

Swim Lessons
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TEN LESSONS

- - - - $3.50

Classes Monday and Wednes-
day, Tuesday and Thursday,
9:15 a.m.
Classes, Mon. and Wed. Eve.
By Appointment - - - - $4.50
lassesInegin NOW!

Instructor:

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GEORGE SCHM I DT

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The architect's drawing of the Burton Memorial Tower, located just
behind Hill Auditorium, is shown above. Construction of the tower is
progressing rapidly, and the bells which have been cast in England, will
be brought to Ann Arbor late this summer.

EIGHTH SUMM E RSEASON
THE MIC HIGAN REPERTORY PLAY E RS

LEAGUE ASSEMBLY TO MEET
GENEVA, June 28.--(IP)-The As-
sembly of the League of Nations
meets Tuesday with its slogan "Save
the League." Members openly con-'
ceded that the international body
has been sorely stricken by its failure
.to prevent Italy's swift conquest of
Ethiopia. Leon Blum, Socialist pre-
mier of France, entered upon the
Geneva stage for the first time this
week. He contends that the League
is not dead and that the great moral
forces it represents are still in power
for world peace.
Prof. H. M. Westergaard, University'
of Illinois, to teach in engineering j
mechanics; and Alexander J. Wyck-
off, teaching assistant in stagecraft,
New York City.
Lecturers for the physics sympo-
sium are as follows:
Prof. E. 0. Lawrence, director of1
the 'radiation laboratories, Univer-
sity of California; Prof. P. Ewald,
Technische ' Hochschule, Stuttgart,
Germany Prof. H. A. Bethe, depart-
ment of physics, Cornell University;
Prof. E. U. Condon, department of
r:hysics, Princeton University.
Prof. G. Breit, department of
physics, University of Wisconsin;!
Prof. L Rabi, department of physics,E
Columbia University; Prof. D. M.
Denison and Prof. Otto Laporte of
the University department of physics.

10 Excursions Are
Arranged By Rouse
(Continued from Page 1)
conducted by Professor Rouse. Ex-
penses on all of these trips are kept
at actual travel cost, chartered
motor-buses being used on the
shorter excursions. Reservations for
all except the campus tour must be
made in the Summer Session office,
Room 1213 Angell Hall, before 5 p.m.
of the day preceding the scheduled
date, except where other notice is
given.
It is advisable however, according
to Professor Rouse, for interested
students to obtain reservations earl-
ier, since they cannot definitely be
assured of accommodations if reser-
vations are delayed until the last af-
ternoon preceding the excursion.
A bulletin available in the Sum-
mer Session office gives detailed de-
scriptions of all the excursions, and
are available without cost upon re-
quest.
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TLAND" Maxwell Anderson
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"JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK" ... . Sean O'Casey
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"CHALK DUST".

H. A. Clark and Maxwell Nurnberg

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