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PRESIDT

ILLERAND

SPECTS A,

JOUUNALISTS .TO
MEET DCT. 28

:ail.VILL isE. Sy'E 15IS(GUEST
HONOR FOR ANNUAL

OFj

TH EE-DAY PROGRAM
PLANEDBY SOSOR s
Baruk6 n, Lae. Whie, Th ma son, andj
Jca ltfssrstoi Spak on
T X e l PYroblemns
Melville E. Stone will be the guest
of honor (uring the annual conference
or the University Press club of Millhi-
gan to be held Thursday, Friday andj
Saturday; Oct. 2, 27, and 28. Mr.
Stone, for many years genral man-
gr of he Associated Press, is prob-
-tablyhe be4 .known aand most beloved 1fKr;I ~rcnjunls. l
will b6 the honor guest at the Thurs-
day eening dinner which'will be held
under the 'auspies of Sigma Delta
Chi, national journalistic fraternity
Presidet Maion L Burtn has an-
pnounced that the cortsies of the,
University will be- exteded, throu h
the University ratorcal associatio,
~for the Iecuu'& on .WUednesday ee
H~xilli'sad~r ii, on "he.Changing'
lt"' Mn aicrsson,, well known
th ough h1 frequent'contributions 'to
th61 atura y lvening 'Pst, is one o
thie best noisted'Ymn' on world Polit
x 'a i a ' ta r t T h u r s d a y -
A~~t"Ig Tioher' 'ttractive featuresn
" f'th three 'ayptogram there 'will
be Tursday- morning and Lnchof
iar#sessi qla f the 'vatous groui
chg br lishers at which tie
u a1 as ls. from- the officers 'f each
'jjwlAbe Issued Rservatons
f 'rirlykto dii rooms of the Michi-
' .TUnion 'hay ben made for, the
v ly4 is s etio rah ,,a popular priced
lui'exepon will b~ served.
jma-fst general -session of the
vUlivai y Press lub, devoted to con-
sld ao$n f= acaemic and practical
a~jet O the jon alstc curriculum,
angd, in carge of fee A White, will
be hld' Thursday afternloon. S. E
Thomason, Ibusinss manager of ties
Cicago Tribune, will speak at th
time on a subject to be announced
later, rel~tive to the business sideof
th@,"newspapr ..,
The Friday mnorning program will
be, in charge of Prof. Jo1hn L. "Bru mm,
_o'f thke journalistic department. Some
of the best :knwn 'campus "men will
participate. -, Prof. Robert M. Wenley
wIl'Speak on the subject "An Ancient
tO au °lodern;"Prof. John B. "Waite,
oif the Law, "school on "Newspapers
nd rime;" Prof. Reed of the depart-1
mouint of, political s6'iee on "The
,Press and public Opinion."
io Iesrbe New Body
Friday afternoon will 'be devoted to
the 'presentation of the purposes of
" theInewly orgnized American-Society
cif Newspaper Editors, by one of the
,offiers of the organization and other
newspaper problems will be 'discus-
".. Frilday evenig will -be given up
to the annual dinner when President~j
FBurton willi speak on "The 'University
Program."
Saturday morning will be deoted
to business haittersand a trip arpund
the ceampus in automobiles, at the in-
vitlion of the Univerity autlori--
ties so that the editors may see what
,the -University building program in-
valves: Saturday afternoon members
of the club will be the guests of At-
ltcDirector Fielding H Yost at he
"football game on Ferry field, Miflhi-
-gan vs Illinois
To Hav. contest
-The deartment of journalism is ar-
ranging a contest for the best front
page among newspapers of the -state.
The %paprs *ill be~ divided into three
class; Mchlga~n DWiis' assocla-
ions. of the "largr cities; Michigan
' 'eague of Iome Dailies,' in the
ksmaller cities,'and weekles.
The pages considered will be those
of1 the final edition- for. Thursday,
Sept. 21, -for the dailies and for week'
endinig Sept 23, for ;weeklies. The pa-
" Ves will be judged by a committee
5 o f instructors in -journalism at the
;Upiversity before the opening of 'the
University Press club convention,
Oct. 26 and the results will e 'an-
nouned on the 'final day of the con-
'vetion, Oct. 28. Cups will be award-

-ed to the winners.+
-At least 300 Michigan publishers
will attend this -annual 'conferene
*which presents the most complete
program ever set up by the University
Press club.
Oratorical Board Elects New Member
At a. recent meeting -of the Ofa-
torical association board, Francis
Ortman, '24, was elected to fil the
place of Ruth Sutherland, '24, who
was elected- as a delegate-at-large
in the general campus elections last
sprang, but who failed to retur n thisI
I emester.
RIDERIS PEN' SHOP
308 S. State St.
66 f R 9
Holds a Whole Barrel Full of InkE
Not a Barrel Full of Trouble
F~ROMLFACTORY- DIRECT TO YOU:,-

Biarbering uampus
Julian R. Trojanowski6, proprietor
of the barber shop at 110 South
'University avenue, wishes to announce
that hie'has not retired from busi-
ness and that he will continue in
business as long as he lives. Mr.
Trojanowski believes that the recent
announcement made by The Dailyj
concerning the sale of John 'Trojan-
owski's barber shop has caused many
students to think that he had re-
tired.
John Trojanowski, whose shop 'was
located on North IUiversity avenue,
recently sold out and left town,"ano
his older brother who has been a fam-
iliar' figure in Ann Arbor for nearly
35 years is. anxious that no one ob-
tain a mistaken impression from TheI
Daily notice.
Twenty-Thrro 'Enuter Pulitzer Speed
Classic Scliaduled for'Ode -
'ler 1
Ar,,RAXGErENVfS ARE ]NM)E TO
j PATROL N 4EARBY LAND. {Al

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j1 Baked Goods,
Dai~ry Products
French Pastry
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OPEN LEVLR Y DA Y

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IN+CLUZ;DING 'SUIN DA YS
7 a., m. t10 P. nm.

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Presiden.t 3llcrand w ..c1t(c. frst iFrenchi field mwiiuenr s iii wr

iSynthetic Basbl
Is ..,rhtesJag.

-. Datroit, Oct. 4.-The Detroit dist-
rilct has becompe the aeronautic .l head-
,quarters of the country with the as-
sembling at Selfridge field, Mt. 'Clem-
ens; of one of the greatest arrayvs of a
Ameridan airplanes ever. seen, in
preparation. for 'the Pulitzer race,
world's speed clasgsic, to be held Oc-
tobeir 14.
Aerial experts for weeks have been
perfecting the motors and at least a,
dozen of America's latest designs of
aicraft 'will compete in the races
markinig a three dlay' air speed ,pro-
gram. Entries' include types from
the army, navy and :commercial fields.
To YPatrol Sky
Twenty-three entries have been
confirmed in the Pulitzer Trophy
race, to be flown over a; triangular
course above Lake St. Clair, wijth
Selfridge field as the starting and
finishing point. Measures to safeguard
lives of the airmen have been taken.
Navy, coast guard and privately own-
ed airplanes will patrol the skay paths
and keep from the race courses any
machines that are not active partici-
pants in the contests. Medical branch-
es of the army and navy are arrang-
ing. for a temporary hospital at the
field. Soldiers of the regular army
will act as policemen on the field and
in the grandstand during the races.

jSynthetic baseball shade its debut
here ester1day. Shiortly after 2:30 o'-
clock the Arcade Magnavox without .
pi-clim-inary notice, adruptly began to
bark the returns on the openin ;
world series game between the GiantsI
9.n the Yanks.-
"Bawt'rfes for tuhday," bariced the!
amplifier. A frosh and underclass-!
Iman heard( and straightway 'forgotE
duty to listen in. The pair of fanrs
grew to 'a dozen, then to a score, then
to an enthusiastic crowd of 204, all
bit with the baseball buig.
"Ruth utp." A roar from the radio
fan:;.
"Strike one." (Howls.)
"Ball one." (Murmers.)
"Ruth taken out for quarreling
w ith' the umpire." (Hoots, jeers, and
z mmblilags.), And, not, until the finalj
report gave the game to the Giants by
a 3-2 score did the crowd disperse.
PRF.BTEMAN HO9NORED[
INamed to Niinal Highway Confer-
ence Committee }

CUSSS OF2FLERS ELECTE Student to sell bonds to a highz clas'
- MEEAlTF'MCS -OIORJROW 'clientelle, Ann M'Abor, ,must .have ref -
- eren.ce. Rtemruneration excellent. Ad-f
(Continued frome Page One) diress, S. Al. Keller, Box 101, ,Saginaw,'j
o'cl cks yeird y, -will have a-new' Vlichgan-Adv.
(late ,inr6'inccdlat er.- -
.ihC oL--ovin' classes will assemble-
8enioir Engineers will meet at 9
o'clock this -morning in room 348 Fn- :
gun-icl ing building; Junior engineers+t
%-ill convene at 11 o'clock today in the
same place.
Mm~nber of the ;junior medical class
will m-eet at ' :30 o'clock this morning'
in the MItdical amphitheater in thel
lUniversity hospital for their meeting,
and thie sophomore medics will meet
a' the same tine in the West amphi-
thle"Atr iiz the Medical building.
Sio htiiswill assemble at TODAYI
21 o'clock. today in room 300, Chemis-
try buildinig with the junior phar-
ufecs meeting- at 1 'o'clock, just p~re- ,--
ceding the senior assemblage, in the ,
same room. . -
Members~ of the architectural. class-
es are co be advised as to the time'
and place of meetings for their class- -'
es by the bulletin board in their col-##!
lcege.
Open Sundays rrom 9:30 to 4:30
p. mn. Lyndon Shop.-Adv.E

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NI EM AN'S DELICATESSEN
Next to Van 's Gas Station

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TOMORROW.
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-,SATURDAY

A Picture of Alaska-
Its Life and -People.-
And a stor-T th at.w il l
make you enjoy.one.
hour of good entertan
ment

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50FOESRYSTUDENTS-
AT,"TE.ND FIRSTMEEING
M~ore than 5O students of the School
of Forestry attended the first meet-
ing of the Forestry club last night,
in room 214, Natural Science build-.
ing. Officers for the ensuing year
were, elected, and a date set for the
annual campfire of the club.-
~The camrpfire will be hfeld on Fri-
day evening,,,O(ct. G. Martin Webb,
23F, is chairnman of the entertainment
comiittee, 'While bGene Gillis,' '23F,
'heads the committee ecn refreshments.
-Officers for the year '22-'28 are as
follows : Stanley Locke '23F,, pre-3i-
dent; L. I. B~arrett '24F, vice presi-
dent; I. S. Booth '241, secretary; and
.R M. Schmidt '25F, treasurer.
After the business meeting, a talk:
was given by Prof. Filibert Roth 'in
which he urged the stude is of the
School of Forestry to make the maost
of their opportunity of studying inj
one of the oldest and best schools; of
Forestry in the United States---Ahat'of.
Michigan.
WORLD'S LUCKIEST
BASEBALL ,FAN WIN'S
TICKETS TO SERIES

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Prof: John H. Bateman, assistant
professor of .highway engineering and
director, of the Michigan state highwayj
laboratory, has been appointed to the
connuittee on "Highway Laboratory
Courses" for the Second National Con
ference on Highway Engineering and
Highway Transport Education which
is to be held in Washington, D. C.
1from October 26 to 28.
The investigations and conclusions
of this comimittee will be the substance I
of' a report which they will make
the conference. Professor Bateman's
aippointmnent," according to Professorr
Blanchardl, head of the department of .
highway engineering, is a recognition
of the fact that the uJniversity gives
the most comprehensive undergradu-j
ate and graduate highway laboratory
rnd research courses in the United
;tates..-

and a Roof
MAY MA KE A HOUSE,
BUT
THEY NEVER MAKE A H-OME.
No house is a home, -worth
while, until it is made com-
for table.
I-GOO 00)PLUMBING.
2-A G~OOD BATHL ROOM.
3-A GOOD HEATING PLANT.-
are p~resen~t-day essentials.

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ADOLPH ZUKOR
PRESENTS

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Hlobbs Gives Lecture
P.WR.department, delivered a h lecture to the 1
members of the Geological and Geo-I
graphical Journal club, in the NAtur-
Al Science building, last evening on;
the Osborn expedition to the Pacific.f
~His lecture was illustrated by pictures
of scenes visited by the expedition.f
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.j
For Pens And Good Repairing
TIlE PEN SPECIALIST I
3081S. Staite St.

If, you have
let us keep

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them good.

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If not

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10- TEN FREE AIRPLANE RIDES-10 p
HI On next Saturday night we will give, away ten- tickets good for one ride V.
hullIII
til i in Capt. Carr's five-passenger German RZurnpler plane at :Barton Dam U4
=HIi field. TICKETS GIVEN AWAY AT- 8:30 O'CLOCK
COMING - REX IR AMWS

SAMPLES
Permanently on Display at
GUTY-WOOLFOLK &'CO.
336 South State Street
Ann Arbor. Mic'Ilgan
Lasts and Patterns exci l'1v ywzr olvxz design

Jdomes P. Hi'on, St. Louis, solved
the'mystery of "Who- hit Whitey
Witt with a pop "bottle," in one of
~the recent games between New
~York and the -Browns, by explain-
1t'ing that he had seen Witt step on
_ th'e neck of the bottle while :chas-'
I ing a fly and it flew up and -hit. him.
Prexy Johnson of the ;Am erican.
-:league ,pr~svnted him with tickets,
-:.to th e-world's seies, a check for'
5;1(!(} rnd3round-trig tickets.

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