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WEDNESDAY,, SEP'T UBER 24, 192.E

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE ELEVEN

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 192.4 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE ELEVEN

-URR!GulmU APPROVED
FOR DESIGN DEGREES

French
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Encounter
feat Shortage

Courses' for a complete curriculum
in decorative design and allied arts,I
With a degree of Bachelor of Science
in Design, were approved by the
Board of Regents at their June meet-
ing.
Decorative design has been taught
in the College of Architetcure for a
number of years, but detailed and
special work has never before been
presented. As there has salways
been a demand for such instruction
in the University it is estimated that
the course will have a large en-
rollment.
Subjects related ,to textiles, cos-
tuirne, furniture, glass, metal, and
iterior decoration ,will be included
in the course. Cultural study such
as patinting, drawing and modeling,
and architectural design and history
will also be offered.
The College of Architecture enter-
ed an exhibit at the first Internation-
al 'Congress on Artitechtural Educa-,
tiok at London this summer. The
exhibit is now being. sent through a
numiber of English cities. Mr. Ern-
est' Wilby of the faculty 'epresentedI
the school at the exhibition.
It is'estimated that the enrollment
of the College of Architecture this
fall will eclipse previous years. Al-
though the exact number has not
been given out, it is known that the
enrollmentfor the fall semester ex-
ceeds that of last year.It

Asa result of the wheat shortage
in France this year, the French fami-
lies must be content with bread madel
of course flour this winter. Perfects
of all departments have been in-
structedd bymthe government to
guard against all attempts to corner
wheat, while millers have been
ordered to grind courser flour in or-.
der to avoid waste of grain.
SUN YAT SEN COMBATS
CLAIMS OF MERCHANTS
Hong Kong, Sept. 23-Serious
trouble has arisen between Sun-Yat-
Sen and merchants over the posses-
sino of a big cargo of German arms
which has arrived by the Norwegian
steamer Hav to the order of the
merchant colunteer corps. The car-
go was seized by the government,
alhough the merchants had previ-
ously secured an import permit.
MICHIGRNAGIESHAVE
RECORD FRESHMAN CLSS
East Lansing, Sept, 23-Six hun-I
dred and twenty freshmen, the larg-
est class in the history of the institu-.
tion, have enrolled at the Michigan
Agricultural college, a check of thej
registration books today showed. I
According to officials at the college
the total attendance this year willI
probably set a record.1

'MEMORIAL. LIBRARY WORK
DELAYED DURING SUMMER
Unexpected delays in the work of
completing the Edward Waldo
Pendlton Memorial library on the
second filoor of the Union have
have made it impossible to finish the
room in time for the beginning of
this school year, according to
Homer D. Heath, manager of the
Union. Contracts for the interior
trim and tile flooring, were let in
time, it was thought, to have the en-
tire room ready, for use by the
middle of this month.
The money for completion of the
room was the gift of Mrs. Edward
Waldo Pendleton, of Detroit, and
was given in. the memory of her
husband. The amount' ofthe dona-
tion was approximately $22,500.
Work is being pushed forward as
rapidly as posible and it is hoped
that the room will be ready within
a few days.
EXPEDITION TO EXPLORE
ABYSES OFCANSIGLID
Rome, Sept. 23- An expedition of
distinguished scientiststhas left
Milan for Vittorio, in the Venetia
Providence, to explore the unknown
abysses of the Cansiglio. It is more
than 1,320 feet deep, and its mouth
is about thirty yeards long and
twenty yards wide. The quipment
of the expedition includes 2700
telephones, explosive, compasses,
and gas helmates.

Alumni Organize
Club In Shanghl
News was recently received at the
Alumni association headquarters here
of the formation of a new University
of Michigan club in Shangai, China,
Consul-general E. S. Cunningham, 83L,
is president of the organization and
Harry G. King, '17, secretary-treasur-
er.
Word of this club was first sent to
the association by Jabin Hus, ex-'14,
former staff member of The Michigan
Daily.
JOHN SCHAEBERLE'7GEI
ASTRONOMER, DIES HERE
John Martin Schaeberle, '76E, for-
mer manager of the Lick observa-
tory expeditions, died sudenly last
Thursday afternoon at his home in
this city. Mr. Schaeberle came to
An Arbor with his parents and at
the age of 19 enrolled in the engin-
ering college here. Following grad-
uation lie was appointed as an as-
sistant at the University observa-
tory, later 'receiving an appointment
from the Lick obse'rvatory in Cali-
fornia. While in this latter position
he twice served as manager of the
Lick expeditions to South America
to observe total eclipses of the sun.
ATTENTION!
STUDENTS
2 0Sheets 0Envelopes

In his later life Mr. Schaeberle re-
tired to his Ann Arbor home at the
corner of West Jefferson and See-
ond Streets.
The funeral took place at 2 o'clock
last Saturday.
TAPPING PLANS ALUMNI
RREGISTRATION AT GAMES
Acting upon the order of Mason
P. Rumney, '08E, president of the
Alumni association, T. Hawley
Tapping, '11L, field secretary, is
making arrangements to have
Alumni registration booths main-
tained for each football game, ex-
cept that with--Miami.
The headquarters will be at the
Union for the Iowa, Visconsiu, and
Northwestern gamnes here, at the'
Desler Hotel in Columbus for the
Ohio St te pame and at the Downev
hotel in Lansing for the M. A. C.
game. The places for the bureau
have not been picked at Minneapo-
lis or Urbana.
These bureaus will be maintained
with the idea of having the alumni
gather and register so that they can
be located during their stay at the
certain towns. It is also hoped that
undergraduates will make these
their general headquarters.
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HOTEL STATLER, Detroit
on the following days during the coming season
with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shpes
October 13, 14, 15
November 10, 11, 12
December 12, 13
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Union Changes Tap
Room Arrangement
Several changes in the Union
building were effected during the
summer months, among them being
the improvement in the plan of the
Tap room. The food counter was
placed back where, the old kitchen
was, and an archway similar to that
. which is at the other end of the,
room was built. A wooden screen
was placed across this opening to
hide the counter, and to give to the
Tap room as much of the appear-
ence a grill as possible.
Four long tables were placed in
the new space which these changes
created, one for each class, and it
is urged that all students carve
their initials on them int order to,
make them as much like the othersk
as possible. For the first time
Freshmen 'are tohbe permitted to
have a table for their initials.
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