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A dds Veenkher TO WASHINGTON.-The' Taber bill to! and Madras, has accepted appointmentr
Coachingrequire rigid tests of milk imported~ as governor-general of Canada to sac-
HOBB EXP DIT ON C achig Saff romforeign countries was approved ceed Baron Byng of Vimy, whose term;
ODDS ErrL 011 To Leave today by the House Agricultural coin-; expires next mnh,[ O R P 0 T O ite.Asmlrmauei edn
~eo~' Venkicoah t Eeionin the Senate. The proposal is aimed L.ONDON.-The adjourned Liberal
*h shoo Ca d, as eenlargely at milk shipped from eastern; party meeting by a vote of 20 to 12
Canadian provinces, has passed a resolution supporting:
F GN011E NI I trh nviiyoc~g ODNVson ilntno the chairmanship of David Lloyd
LODN-icutWligo fGog sIiea leader in the house1
PARTY WILL TRAVEL IN 11 atSnsE.Venerwilreor1er 1omrgo+ nr my fcomos
EXPEDITION SCHIOOINER I Septenmber 12 and will assist Yost in _________________________________________
"I fORRISS:EY" fotal.-aterinl.asetal, ndac
as an instruct:or in the general physi- i
SIX MEN IN PA T cal education program}. Graduates intrs~u i
Veenker attendQdl St. Lawrence uni- Getn I to A v rl n.
Will Fix Positions of Future Weather versity and Hlope College, graduating
Stations to Predict Storms In from the latter institution in 1916.1
Northern Europe While a student at Hope, Veenker wonI A large metropolitan department store has openings in
letters iii football, basketball, baseball its advertising department for one man and one woman.
Pracicaly al dtail hae ben ad trck.Give full details as to age, experience and college prepara-
completed for th'e University of Mich- During the five years he has coached pin ox00
Igan Greenland Expedition which willj at Gary, his teams have lost only one t~.BX00
sail June 28 from Sydney, Nova game and have won ive football titles. !____________________________________
Scotia, under the directorship of Prof. The Emerson basketball teams have
William H. Hobbs of the geology de- also wvon tour sectional titles in has--
partment. The party will be passen- ketball. Before coaching at Emerson,
gers on the 100-ton schooner, "Mor- Veenker coached one year at Ham-
the American Museum Greenland ex- state championship gridiron team. I
risey", wir c has been tch Pa rtdbyn d. hreleasdeloda (__ ot l / OW 00.1 __I1

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peULui[nUfor a eparatLe trip taiuer
north into Greenland.
A personnel of five in addition to
Professor Hobbs will mnake the trip,
wvhich is preliminary to a larger expe-
dition to be made in 1927. Prof.
Laurence M. Gould of the geology de-
partment will accompany th'e party as
assistant director, geologist and pho-
tographer. Prof. S. P. Ferguson of
the United States Weather Bureau,
Washington, D. C., will act as meteo-
rologist, as will Prof. J. E. Church, Jr.,
'92, director of the Mt. Rose weather
observatory at Reno, Nevada.I
Ralph L. Belknap, of the geology
department, will be the official survey-
or and also a glacialist., P. C. Os-
canyan, Jr., of New York city, will
complete the party as radio operator.
A complete radio outfit will be carried,
built for operation on a short wave


Michigan' program of lectures, con-
certs and excursions planned for this
summer will be augmented by a series
of talks on topics pertaining to public
health. These addresses will be givenII
at4 o'clock in the afternoon in thej
audlitoriumn of the Dental building.
The speakers selected for the series
are rep~uted to b~e amng the leading
authorities of the United States in this
Field and will include, in addition to
members ot the faculty of the Uni-
versity, doctors connected with theI
United Stagecs Public Health Service
andl several widely known hygiene as-



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length and will maintain communica- sociations. The topics for discussionih
tion with the outside world and the wiill be announc ed later.
American Museum expedition.____
The "Morrissey," which is to carry W H ITYE
the University expedition to Holstens- P'ARIS,-TPhe roport in Geneva that
borg, Greenland, a point just under Ffinance Minister Perot had resigned
the Arctic circle, will continue with wiNas (categorically denied by 1 l. Peret's I
the party from the American Museum princip~al secretary.
of Natural History to the Bailin Bay
region where this expedition will gath-
er Arctic animals and remains for the
new wing of the museum. Robert A. *........................................................ ".
Bartlett, famuous Arctic explorer, will
captain the vessel and Robert Peary,
be engineer.I
The Michigan party will arrive at I, ~ oseteexuststn
Holstensborg in early July and make As tboxetexqcntising, sotie
it their base of action until late Sep- -
tember when they expect to be picked Io[ the most beautiful DeVilbiss
up by the "Morrissey" on her return Perf umizers, Droppers and other r '
trip. Positions for future weather sta-j requisites of the modern dressing 1
tions to be used for forecasting storms 4tbl b
on the North Atlantic and In Europe
will be fixed, and temporary stations I ~YOU will find nothing more
established for observations which will ~ lovely or appropriate for an,
be mrade by special balloons contain-gftocason
Ing self registering meteorological
apparatus for the upper air.
The six men will advance some dis-
tance over the great ice cap for obser-
vations. Mr. Belknap will fix ban- "......................................
boo sticks in some point of the ice capx
and carefully locate themr with a view
to returning next summer and determ- G C L ATUr D E i DRAKEU
ining the ice movement, an experiment ~ A1..LJI#JJ J. X X..~
which has not yet been tried in the
Greenland glacier. DRUG AND PRESCRIPTION
A trip will be made in the summerST R
of 1927, Professor Hobbs stated, toST R
supplement this one and establish
permanent weather stations in Green-PHONE 7611
WASHINGTON.-The bill passed by
the house appropriating $7,587,000 for 1 CORNER SOUTH STATE AND NORTH
additional compensation for disabled UNIVERSITY AVENUE
veterans of the world war was ap-
proved by the Senate F+inance comn-- ________________________________

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