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PAGB T~WO

TIF ICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, OCTOtBER 10.. 1925

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S C.A. ADDS FOUR
NEW DEPATMENTS
Bible Sftdy, 1In1er-ra cud ( oimi~ ion
musle, anid Cofereii e C omiprise
CHAIRMEN APPOINTED j
Four new departm( its have been
added to the cabinet of the Student
Christian association, as announced
by Rensis Likert, '26, president of the
S. C. A., yesterday.
The additions include .a Bible study
department :which will be under the
direction of Albert Boeringer, '26;
Inter-radial commnission, with John
Congo,,'27E, as chairnan, which will
conduct meetin-s for the betterment
of relations between students of the
various Laces represented on the
camps; music, P'hil Latowe, grad.;
and conferences and conventions cm-
mittee, Edwin Davi, '6, chairman
Following the policy of last year,
the presidents o1 the various church
societies will be adited to the cabi-
net as vicC-1prc5.cidefl.
The 14 other appointive offces have I
been filled as follows: secretary,
Theodore Hoi'nber gc r, '21"; University
services, Jobn uElliott, '2; boy's work,
Joseph Barkoviclh, gradl. ; church re-
latjons, Gerritt Filstra, '26; exten-
sion, Ezra Young;, '26; finance, Harry
Messer, '26, friendly 'relations, C. A.
Stevens, '26; new rtdents, Richard
Freyberg, '26; publicity, Harold
Marks, '26; religious education, How-
ard McClusky; vocational counsel,
I-arold Williams, '26E; noon forum
luncheons, Earl Blaser, '27; industrial
committee, Arnold Anderson0f, '28.
Cabinet meetings will be held at
5 :30 p'clock -very Thursday in Lane
Hall Tavern, when omittee reports
will be heard and matters of general
policy andl administration will be dis-
cussed.
Dean Explains
All Details Of
Absence Rules
In a statement yesterday, Assist-
ant ean Wilbur I. Humphrys off
the literary college, explained the
various provisions of rules governing
absence from classes.
Oine rule has to do with absences
for the purpose of seeing out-of-town
football games. These are counted as
three except in the case of team mem-
bers. Members of teams are required
to present to the instructor written
tatements specifying the time and d-
ration of absence. Absences before
and after vacation or holidays shall
as usual be counted as three, except
in the case of illness the rules say.
Still another body of regulations
has to (d0 with students entering
(lasses late. "In this case the offend-
er shall be deemed to have been ab-
sent fromn all meetings of the class
up to that (ate, andl no studlent shallj
bra admitted to a class after the be-
ginning of the fift h week of the s-
rnester," according to the rules.
Tlhree consecutive absences are to
be reported by the instructor, as a
matter of record. If, in the judgment
of the instructor, the number of ab-
sences is excessive, "he may either
report the case to the assistant dean
with power, or eclude the student.
from class. In the latter case, he
shall notify the assistant (dean of this
action and recommend that the stu-
dent be either dropped without grade'
or 'dropped with R' ".
If reports indicate neglect of work
through excessive absences, the Ad-
ministrative Board is empowered to

give the violator formal warning or
place him on p~rob~ationm. At the end
of the semester the Board may also
ass;.ign him one or more negative :
hourt11s.
Explorers Bring
Resources Ne arerj

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t ir Force Lags,
Senator Charge

~Scopes Wins Zoology Faculty
Aid Here; Contributions Come
Contributions to thie .Ioiin '..Scopes a co1'sr pat, the niversity of Chi-
scholarship fund WoricbL)~ ull by t11w weeleenol( ti al
faculty of the :oole gy d(ler i t dl te from th
I C'0!it,,ib~tt im; ,are epce rn h
a staff meeting thIs week.I
The u t j is I to e~l ,1'1. iScopo -, o o V("r U c t~ruts of scienice inithe
do g iaidat t woru)iiii owB'ne, and Wa3s I'ldv.c it irestedi in the Iteaching
started Ia l ummer !).a , roup O oi o volutiiou?, IDr. A. Franklin Shull
his suIpportern at, t> "cvr(ii oll' 0of the zoo logy epart mont, saidl. Pro-
trial at, Dayton1. Lateor 1. Co i,, lessor Sili ol is in chIarge of the ar-
and Itaylia rd 1. A1\I et i , both noted r:)!)' olneiu t; ori the University, while
biologists.,oganized .a e(fl ll )aifnto o .IIl.If.?I. I utu of Michigan Statet
canv ass 1the (lepartino nt,. of 5('cl('O inI (onel';c, is chairmnan for the state. ;
different universit ies. Wl e S :copes continues hip studyj
j The goalI, of which $5(jo is I lie iquot a of -,elog?,. is which hie is majoring,
for thetstate anI?(! i 00for I lie _ ll- ti e "E't't; 51 iou'" case awaits trial be-
.'eISrs t, I> is o ( and will en a hle 'MI.'. for'e t ho T lenneeSupreme,,court on
S Scopes to do at least four yecars workik e question of constitutionality. I

Indian Prepares
.For Dental Worke
Raja Faris iHowrani, late of the Am-
Cliculi univrisity at Bt-irut. Sviria. lii ; -

arrived at the University to cap! . e
pireparatory xv ork beforu el e.rn o; iii
(dental college. Il o wrani is( a native oif
Syria, andl spnt two yea r"sat, thli
American university before coningI to
Ann Arbor.
BERLIN, Oct. 9.-Dr. Iijalniar Schact
headl of the Reichsbank, has reserv(d
passa go on the steamer I )eurt ;cti Iaa U
leaving HIamblu rg for America.
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Key Wittman
At least one senator agrees with
1Col. William Mitchell's arraignment
of U. S. air policy. Key Pittman
(above), 'Nevada solon, back from
abroad, says, "America is trailing be-
hind every European and Asiatic
power in the development of aviatioin."
Faculty Members
Depnart For Ohio
Forestry IMeetino~
Five members of the forestry de-
partment left yesterday for the an-
nual meeting of the Ohio valley sec-
tion of the Society of American For-
esters to be held Saturday and Sunday
at the state forest at Higgins Lake,
MVich. Those attending are Prof. L. J.{
Young, E. V. Jotter, IH. Al. Lumsden,
and Robert Craig. The state forest-
ers of Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, and;
Michigan will also be present andl
give reports for the past year.
The program includes papers by:
B. F. Avery, forester for the Spanish.
River Pulp) and Paper company of St.
I Ste. Marie, Ont. ; A. W. Stace, of thej
Grand Rapids Press; R. G. Schr.eck,
supervisor of the Michigan National
forest; and A. 0. Alderman, state for-
ester of Ohio. The program also in-
cludes inspection of the state reserveI
which is one of the largest and old-
(st in the United States. The society
will go to Grayling Sunday to see the
only stand of virgin pine in the state.
Prof. L, J. Young, head of the for-
'estery department, is chairman of the J
meeting.J
After being released from at liner
crossing the Atlantic to Europe, aj
pigeon. flew 1,000 miles back to its
loft in New York.

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HALIFAX, Novia Scotia, Oct. 9. -
Frozen expenses of' the arctic circle
are being brought nearer to civiliza-
tion through the medium of northern
expeditionts, and the vast mineral
wealth conttaine(I therein will be in
the near fture at the disp~osal of the
government a!il private interests in
the United States - and Canada. This
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McMillan :arctic exl)edition, on its ar-
rival here.
Explorer, Banker
Begin Study Anew
C11 ICA (aOOct.9.--1, P. Arnold, Il-
linois stte representative, and Ilaak,-
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amonng He students enrolled this se-
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Arnold, byv profession a banker, is
reiigfrom business and looking
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Hec plans t.o -spend four or five years
at the university, studying political
theor-y and law.
W,,dell is known as the discoverer
of the hot water lake in Iceland. IHe
jg, stmdving for his doctor's degree in

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