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November 19, 1922 - Image 15

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-11-19

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1922
GEOLOGISTS WILL
MEET HERE DEC. 26
For the first time in its history the
Geological Society of America will
hold its annual convention at the Uni-
versity of Michigan. In the past this
organization has usually chosen one
of the larger universities of the East
for its nlace of meeting, but deviating
from its regular policy, this year the
officers of the parent body have de-
cided to convene in Ann Arbor from
Tuesday, December 26 through Satur-
day, December 30.
During the past few years this soci-
ety has grown considerably until it
now embraces several affiliated organ-
izations including The Paleontological
society, The Mineralogical society, and
The .Society of Economic Geologists.
Tihe assbciation of American Geo-
graphers and the National Council of
Geography Teachers will also meet
here at this time.
Prof. W. H. Hobbs of the Geology
department will address the society at
one of its meetings. Other prominent
men will speak and read papers before
the different societies. A general dis-
cussion of geological problpms will be
in order at these meetings, as well as
a discussion of probable solutions.
The geological museum in the Na-
tural Science building is now being
redecorated and several changes and
additions to the exhibits will be made
in anticipatjon of .the coming conven-
tion.I

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE EL

SPONSORED IDEA OF CLUB.

THE FIRST SPADEFUL

Guides Now Aid
Campus Visitors
That the proposed campus guide
system has become a. reality, is evi-
denced by the fact'that the University
has hired students to act as guides to
show .visitors over the campus and
give them such general information
concerning the University as they may{
desire to. learn. This service, which
has just gone into operation; is direct-
ly under the supervision of Robert C.
Angell, assistant to the Dean of Stu-
dents. Guides may be procured by all
members of the faculty by calling the
office of the Dean of Students.
Student guides will :be provided from
9 to 12 o'clock and fr6m 1:30 to 5
'clock week days and from 9 to 12
o'clock Saturday mornings. The ser-
viee is free of charge to all members
of the faculty or visitors.
Sanctions Whistfing as'Art
Berkeley, Calif.,. Nov. 18.-Whistling
as an "art and process" soon may be
added to the curriculum of some pub-
lic schools in California. The state
board of :education= has .granted Miss
Blanche Adella Hawkinsra senior at
the University of California here, a
certificate authorizing her to "conduct
the art and process of whistling" in
the schools.
Authorities say this is the first time
in th4 history of education that such
a certificate has been granted.

Above is given a. )icture of the original Campaign Funds committee.
They are from left to right: H. E. Bodman, '96, E. J, Carpenter, '4'L, Dean
H. M. Bates, '90, R. D. Chapin, '03, C. B. Warren, '91L, J. G. Hayes, '11, C.
A. Hughes, '02, S. t. Smith, '97, H. L. Heath, '07, Dr. H. B. Hutchins, '71,
Dr. R. A. Peterson, H. E. Briggs; '10E, V. H. Lane, '74E, R. C. Peters, '86,
Lawrence Maxwell, '74, I. K. Bond, '79E, G. S. Williams, '89E; A. B. Pond,
'80, J. M. Zane, '04, and W. B. Shaw, '04.
"I have always felt," Miss Hawkins best time to begin instruction in
said, "that whistling could be made a whistling, as with every other study,
real musical accomplishment, and the is in childhood."
Ideal Xmas Qifts
JAPANESE HAND PAINTINGS
will be here only the week o
November 19
ATTRACTIVE CALENDARS
priced according to size
25c-35c
PAINTINGS - Water Color
25c---$2.00
WOOD SHAVINGS - PICTUR ES
45c-$1.00
PLACE CARDS
45c
BOOK MARKS
45c
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of

New Parking Rules Announced for only 30 minutes. No parking is
Rules concerning the parking of au- allowed there after those hours. Park-
tomobiles and other vehicles on North ing is absolutely prohibited on the 1
University avenue have been misun- south side of the street.
derstood. This is one of the districts -
designated by the police. Cars may Thirty-five years of experience at
)be parked on the north side of North your disposal at Julian R. Trojanow-
Univcrsity between State and Thayer ski U. of M. Barber Shop 1110 So.
streets between 6 A. AL and 6 P. M. Uuniversit-y.--Adlv. "

Here is gathered a group to witness the turning of the first spadeful
dirt for the new Union building. In the distance may be seen one or two
the State street fraternities, just beyond the Cooley residence.

Personal
Greeting.Cards
Fo r Christmas

EARS of experience in manufacuring the
finest engraved Personal Greeting Cards
is behind the wonderful designs we are show-
ing. This year our stocks are larger and more
varied than ever, and prices are very attractive.
We.urge early selection. The best choice
can be made while stocks are still complete.

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