THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, JULY 1937
PAGE FOUR FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1937
On Short End
Two Weeks Ago Today
IN THE CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION
Of Golf MeetNew York
Haas, Leslie, Of LouisiaBtonit .
And Tulane's I)'Antoni Cleveland
In Competition Washington
St. Louis ...
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4fAN 9 r U . .1:D avis O b serves
Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus (Believing the advice and construe- but upon its ability to make this re-
ive criticism offered the University
P iie Fs during the celebration of 100 years in search appear significant and im-
ProflIbted From Uig vaueArbor Jn 51 ob epu n
vahiable to this institution, The Daily portant to the intelligent strata of
Hollywood Cowboy in these columns will present during the public."
the next week a day-by-day recon-
struction of the Centennial Celebration, Chester H. Rowell, editor of the San
Says )which, because of the suspension of
W on'tL stHe ays publication,would not otherwise find Francisco Chronicle, who surveyed
its way into The Daily's files for refer-
ence in future years.) the field of social sciences, warned
By CLAYTON HEPLER BCLNO CNGRlisteners that the United States "half
Hoot Gibson, the film star cowboyB O NCJnGE r way" along the road to dictatorship.
foun himself firmly roped and hog- ANN ARBOR, June 18.-Clifford Now that representative institu-
Cook Furnas, professor of chemical tions have fallen in most nations and
tied to the Wallace Brothers' Circus engineering at Yale University, yes- are under attack in the remaining
after seven hours yesterday in the terday told university scientists they ones, we dare not let our democratic
local circuit court, but he is consol- mechanism work too inefficiently,"
ing himself with the knowledge that search'producmore important nature he said. "Other nations went to dic-
unless cash bond of $15,000 is posted was necessary to maintain public sup- tatorships when there were things to
by Tuesday morning at the latest, he port of their work.bedotadnhe.led
willbe nce orefreeto ide he "America spends but little more for and talked instead of doing them. No-
will be once more free to ride the fundamental research than it oes toriously, we are at this moment half
circus range under any brand he for chewing gum, Furnas said in a way on the same course. Power grav-
chooses. itated to the President because Con-
That cash bond is the amount speech on the physical sciences du- gress failed to use it and the people
necessary to keep alive an injunction ing a panel discussion of Higher Ed- wanted somebody to do so.
ucation and Scientific Progress. "In our case the way is still re-
granted the Macon Circus Equip- "=The populace has come to look upon "Ioucaetewyisilr-
ment Company to restrain the Wild science and scientists as a bit of vocable, but it will not remain so un-
Western sharpshooter from appear- hocus-pocus, the only authentic brand less we do something. It is not enough.
ing with any other circus until the ofwchcrs, temaining.u Asen ong to denounce the President for accept-
dispute is settled. And, ruled visit- as the public has no knowledge or ng the powers we have thrust upon
ing Judge Earl C. Pugsley, that case concept of the limitations as well asoeo tdothework,
must come to trial within the next 30 the possibilities of the sciences, they and Congress wouldn't. Now Congress
days. will only think of it as a Santa Claus mayorswewloevided lyst''
Court Room Circus that must produce on schedule if he The biological sciences were repre-
Granting of the decree yesterday wants to live. sented by Dr. Raymond Pearl, direc-
climaxed two days of dispute between "When the laboratories cease pro- tor of the Institute of Biological Re-
two circuses, a corporation, Gibson, ducing weekly wonders, or if they search at Johns Hopkins University,
and seven lawyers. Part of the prin- destroy time-honored ways of living who found that "if we examine with a
cipals, Hoot and Paul W. Conaway, and supply nothing in their place, just, albeit most kindly, eye, the re-
vice-president of the Wallace Broth- the mob will certainly turn on its search records of most university de-
ers Circus and secretary of the Ma- benefactors as sharks turn on a search records fimof iology e
con Company, had reached an al- wounded fellow. shtsbe compeled reluctanlyo co
most amicable agreement by noon "We take all of every solid and shalde that, with a few brilliant x-
yesterday, but the rest of the prin- liquid mineral which the earth has cudetts, the record displays but a
cipals couldn't agree.. to offer and we have no idea of what meager modicum of either definite
The dispute arose when the rough- we shall do when the supplies are purpose or reasoned plan.'
riding heart-thriller appeared with likely see a distinct upward slope to purpos or tesoedpl-.
the Hagenbeck-Wallace Circus in the price of gasoline because the ing the last forty years, not only in
Jackson Tuesday. Wednesday, about bounty of the earth-oil will have this country but abroad, very large
an hour before the local showing of passed its peak. sums of money have gone to the sup-
that circus, he was served with the Yet there is very little serious re- port of institutions created solely for
injunction, and then the fun began, search going on to find out how pe-thprps fesahsaaead
injnctonandthe th fu bean.troleum was made in the first place the purpose of research, separate and
Not Getting Share toemwsmdinheirtpaeindependent from universities. Is it
In a motion filed with the court and to see if we can improve on na- not probable that a significant fac-
this morning asking dismissal of the ture. If we fail to develop our in- tor in this was the evident contrast
injunction,Hoot, whose less com- agenuity to a point where we could at between the appeal of a definitely
injunon whoe s com- least do our own harnessing of the conceived plan on the part of the in-
Gbon knowgnd mon r is Edar. sun's rays, eventuallye nimust sk stitute as compared with general good
Gibsn, hared hat is ontactback to an age of declining handi - _________________
with the Wallace Brothers was al- crafts supported on the backs of
ready breached because they had re- human slaves, for there will be no
fused to pay him his proper share of power to turn the wheels.
the proceeds. "The future life of the sientifi
His contract calls for a minimum of side of the campus hinges not s
$750 weekly and a percentage of the much on its well-proven ability to
gate. "They owe me over $18,000 turn out essential pieces of research
now," he declared heatedly. "That
Rogers guy that runs the show is just
a carnival man and a gypper. DRUGS KODAKS SPEC IA LS
"Why, I took the job for a vaca-
tion. Right now I feel like catching
the next plane to Hollywood!"
Standing in the anteroom of the KEEP
circuit court, Gibson genially ac- K COOL
quiesced when two school girls came
in for his autograph. "That's one and also be
thing I still have," he remarked with FASH IONABL E !
Modest Movie Man
The Judge, too, showed a sense of
humor when he declared in handing
down his decision that perhaps "Mr. Wear a MILTONS
Gibson was modest in his own behalf TROPICAL
when he stated that there were 10,- T O IALSU IT
000 who could do the same stunts This Summer!
And that was an obvious referenceTEXSQMy
made to a remark by George Burke,
University attorney who pleaded onRAZO
Conaway's behalf. "Maybe some-AS NOW
body would be willing to pay 25 cents SOD
td see Hoot Gibson," he stated in the I/TE
midst of the squabble by the Hagen- 20oo X
beck-Wallace and the Wallace Bro- -
thers circusses for the services of the
film man. The Macon Company,
which was granted the injunction, 1-
operates the Wallace Brothers show.
Attorney Burke's remark was the
high point of a dispute over whether"*
or not the word "exclusive" consti-
tuted an expressed negative covenant.
In order to prove that it did not, Gib- -~7
son's own legal counsel cited a case
of similar point in law, but involving
a lady who sold corsets for a living. / 1
"Surely," said Judge Pugsley, "YouI
don't want to class Hoot Gibson with Make our stores your head-
corset sellers, do you?" Hoot grinned,
the attorneys laughed and the court str s
officer rapped for order. store needs.}
It was fun while at lasted.I
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PROF. CLIFFORD C. FURNAS
will and intent on the part of the.
"Money as well as men must follow,
leadership, but it must be real lead-
ership. Sensible men are not much
or long interested in boondoggling.'
Khen university research thorough-
ly purges itself of the characteristic
that this term implies, it will not
need to worry much about support.
"Among a host of others there are
four great biological problems that
are so broad and fundamentally sig-
nificant that they might equally well
be called fields of effort. They may
be designated as follows: (1) the
problem of specificity in development
and inheritance; (2) the problem of
growth; (3) the problem of be-
havior; and (4) the problem of thea
future of the human species.
BRIDGE LESSONS START
Contract bridge lessons for students
attending the Summer Session will<
begin July 7 at 7:30 p.m. at. the
League, with Ona Thornton, '38, in;
charge. On Tuesday, July 6, dupli.
cate bridge groups will start, and
there will be weekly and monthly,
prizes for these players.
a windy rain as they drove offand
tramped away under bright-colored
umbrellas. A cold mist covered Oak-
mont's hills around noon and jackets
felt good. This afternoon shirt sleeves
were needed under a broiling sun.
Leslie, runner-up in last year's In-
tercollegiate, couldn't handle Ho-
bart's even par golf for six holes and
was two down. Then the tide turned
his way. He won the next three and
was one up at the ninth.
Haas won the second and third
holes in par and never let Johnson
catch up. He was two up at the1
quarter-pole, and picked up another
two by the half-way mark.
Freddie shot a 36, one under par,
on that third nine but it was John-
son's best nine, too, with a 38, and.
Haas could pick up but two more
holes. Haas dealt the final blow
by holing a 60-footer for a deuce on
A pair of quarterbacks put on the
day's best battle. Barclay, who di-
rects Michigan's gridders, was slight-
ly ahead most of the way on Marks,
who has called signals at Princeton,
but saw his lead vanish and had to
rally to win.
A bal start led to Marks' downfall.
He ran into three sixes at the outset
and was three down. He caught
Barclay at 14 but let him get away
and finish the morning round two up.
Then Marks spurted to catch him
again, sang a 25-foot putt for a birdie
four and turned into the last nine one
up. Barclay squared it on the 31st;
and went ahead for good on the 33rdl
where Marks poked an iron into the
Chlicago 15, Detroit, 8.
New York 12, Philadelphia 7.
Washington 3, Boston 2.
St. Louis at Cleveland, rain.
Detroit at Cleveland.
New York at Washington
Chicago at St. Louis
Philadelphia at Boston
New York ....
St. Louis ...
Must Not Be A Recluse,
But Socialized Person,
(Claimued In Lecture
Today's teacher must not be a re-
cluse, but a socialized individual in-
stead, Prof. Calvin O. Davis of the
School of Education said yesterday,
delivering the third of a series of edu-
cation lectures in the University high
"A person, to be a good teacher,
must have a liberal education," Pro-
fessor Davis declared, stressing the
importance of a broad knowledge for
.members of the teaching profession.
Work offered in the School of Ed-
I ucation, the history of the school and
the achievements of the faculty were
also explained in yesterday's lecture.
Tracing the history of the educa-
tion school, Professor Davis pointed
out that the first courses in educa-
tion in the University were presented
in 1879 in the newly established de-
partment of the thleory and the art of
teaching. "It was not until after 1921
that the School of Education itself
was established," he said.
In explaining the work offered in
the school, Professor Davis told of its
seven departments-philosophy and
history, school administration, teach-
ing psychology, teaching methods, vo-
cational work, physical education and
public health nursing.
Magazines edited by members of
the faculty were shown the audience
1jby Professor Davis.
NEW YORK, July 1.-('}-Ar-
rarngemnents were completed today for
the sale of a New York stock exchange
membership for $90,000, an increase
of $1,000 from the last sale.
Boston 4, Brooklyn 1.
New York 8, Philadelphia 6.
Chicago 6, St. Louis 3
Only games scheduled.
Boston at New York.
Pittsburgh at Chicago.
Brooklyn at Philadelphia.
Only games scheduled.
woods and took a seven. Barclay also
won the 34th, when Marks found
rough and the westerner equalled
Marks' pal- four to win on the 35th.
Holditch holed a 11-yard pitch for
an eagle at the 28th to cap a fine
rally and catch D'Antoni, but the
Georgia Tech boy couldn't stand the
prosperity and erratic shots lost four
straight holes and the match.
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