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j~i~N1"aY NOYIMp 1 RI, c

25

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

r AGE TiIRER

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Of Schlosberg

J I. T. Sclilosberg of the re-
_; rv~ oili c rs r,.iuiug corps addressed
the 7:- ri ,, th ie Society of Ameri-
can lfayclgu~r last night, on
~ '~icI ifiUIflQ i gnal Communica-
ttin ui n tatg anld Tact, s:
~lr a isadress Lietitenant Schios-
j ~a'~Q I he dlevelopment of sig-
ralC l ~ i ~aio hog tha vari-
o: w~s tliis country, laying spec-
k alstes on the late World war. Hle
~ ave ~everal, examples of the uses of
t- te d i erent mean,; of communication
in thl~e war.
The sesof pigeons in the late war,
Lietean. Schlosbcrg explained, were
of g -.A, iimlportaijee. In one case lie
gave :gn, example of a pigeon who
fcame in after ie had been traveling
-10 kilometers in fo-'ty-five minutes.
The pig Eon was Wvoundedl in two
places an t e mesage wvas hanging
to the hi1v,-:-its of the torn leg.
Licut;-: lilt. Sc(.foshr poinlted out
other amisof thre beneficial usel
ofr,"A nothe r great <.-?advatage to signal
comuictin L ieutenant Schlos-1
berg adldedV, "is the new system that
' the news ,papers are usinrg, that is, the
tram ii ;a Of pictures fromn one'
place to , anol her by means of the wire-I
less." If(. showed that this same
method could lbe usedl for transmit-
tinrg mp from one place to another,
wvhichl would be very beneficial in
/ timges of wa.r.
Dancing, Classes
Wi'W Start Soon
lasses in social dancing for both
men andl women of the University will
be given this year under the super-a
vision and instruction of Miss Ethel
A .A. McCormick, of the physical educa-
tion department. The first two class-;
es will be conducted separately for
mien and women; then the two class-
es will be put together.
The course will be held from 7

1 Aids Conservatives [ PROFESSOR BROWNVA IW ILL PUBLLS!Itoj provide for the government of te- toical Review on an equal plane with Senator Plum er's son and turned his
p /p er 7 T V l lS / F ritory outside of the original ounds Wi lliam Maclay's "Journal" and John attention to them. It is thee lttes
---= ........D L R'1 OF FORAIERd COAJGRESS5 311AATY of ile i nited States. Quincy Adams' "Memoirs" as a source which form the substance of the newriahstyf::?-. oesonrw m.d gonn
prprtin emnment rofessor Morisonexpess- ok
}r, J t of. F~tEverel t S. rown of the phti- (Use of Senator Plumers diary- en-!PmfoftesedoriBronmae eptrePuraose(I the hope that Professor Brown MARS'EILLES, Itrane -Te king
! ecl si('e e d p r m n is at prs n;ald Professor Brown in his "Con- 1forutile editingsofethioentiremPluSer
;e hookn li'sapntI le diary but governmental service cornmdpbihslcin mSn- and queemn of the Belgians ar'rived at
t a(no1:i01n a WiOa ontoIo teLusin fo h or tnPluners letters. It was with this asilstdvabrdieSua
he i ua dinier i rtfe"i stitutional History o helustn~ elled apostponementoftewr.Masilsodya1 heSum
lie t hy"T:,'£s-, objct in mind that Professor Brown Mann from a visit to India. They
1 Y - :so)ii ('oalu'orni-es s ad hPresidelt ia] Purchase" to give for the first time The book, under the title "'illiam wn oCmodaani h umrlf meitl o rses
, ! <. i ~ tll O1S~ o t-the details of tile debateill the Sn- IPlumers Memorandum of Proceed- wto924. rdearchin amntisumer ust imdaeyfo ~rsc
ters V~I cii bY iliam 1,hPliii ' Jate n thle B eckinridge bill for the i mgs in the Unitedl States Senate, 1803- .,oee nnsrpsi h o eeyatiefrslteei
,::;;,">>s'r>%.. enresercall \'('t()('angre;ss frcom New goveunent of Louisiana, thus filling 1907" as issued in 1923 as one of thveredliemamusrpos nthe ltter o r ebuery Rachlhi forule teie.is.
llms ire o 119 to 1s25. what Henry Adams in his monumentalI the University of Mihgpbichgnpbia-________________________________________ _______
li°v t r'xpe "History of the United States" char- tins. Splying much' informations
V'- iynrwsth esnaxru acteized as one of tie serious gaps on government questions nowhere W III~Il
Srany eof the polt cal leaders of his in the parliamentary history of the else available, Plumer's "Memoran-
I a n h etr; eie iiga no. The reckinidge bill was f dum" was ranked -by Prof. S. E. Mot-L 'I.i
ZVccaof dOi eates in Congress, tell Uofo1(- irog, ChickenCflandu rk ies
ofPusr ovratoswth.omigreat importance as being the fist son of Harvard, in the American His IM
Quincy Adlams, John C. Calhoun,! I Srve a
( s iHlnry ('a, William Crawford and I
i< eV ebsI (-P cncrning ther ne- "' .
,l !wee 1W ivehees (:105sirti fo.te, BOULEVARD INN
50(yndI t"ai lkPnt of the letters;Tvblcsfo city bus line on Jackson Ioad,
-. 0 1 li o -' ; V a a ' ie ( l) Pr -from n o o n till m id n ig h t.
fes~OP P0 i i li;' ~IIIeumher -;se ,Special attention given to parties. Phone 6534.
(L tie- IitiI-51 Si t(+ u Qua lrely, cin-Ik(
lc , P I l'c.rdt 'I'lbsn o ['11111l6lt1Il11111I1N11t1t111a111 1i1161e1I 11111 ionIllfllof iffllf11'
Rt. lien. Arthur Meighren, consenva- -Tihe' O .svbook ,s one of a series tol
L ive leader and former premier of I e >pnbi lf''1 by the missonri Historl-
Canada, aided the Conserv'atives of 1 *5 50('ea uunln-' ilt -eneral edit or- I" OUR COLLEGE R RERI N ATIVE____
Cainada in downing the present Liber- sf1 of Prof. Thi i1'ai Al Mttl'i1 '00, j-O
(al government b inn his oleo- lme;'d of tin- listoryj teparinent at,JA E'(NON W
tion to a seat in t'e i louse of Palia- WashbJ,iEP o111i ilrity, St. Louis. R- O
Smemat from the Poni age La-Pr aire di:- Thein so blstion of this book forms ILDI;A
trict. Premier MacI~jenzie Kng ws, ,cains~- -in:;ir ntomirest lug story of; 200-3:40-7:06-8:40 Ratnee 1c, Sac rg t 2,5a e
twoate w nhisowncfightienym he forr paris cy. "o Itrtholun1e )f to .&!\ighin-forpary cntrl. 91i win ei writingwriin hisN'; r P CK
'rIAIA- ' nultit a io tA I a] ;y of IsheLou ii- lYOU HAVE NrEVER SEEN IT'S LKE
L a R u e G a nt d I@ I' n a e",i'o;~ssom' Brown ds>-. S As A R TQ ot n gif ci cn ~ up'
,A.dditional Fundos1 1the Lbia;yofCnre reistahTemsta itn (Itrae o diar1)t-'-II~rlO N Z~+1TT n ulcorntr11pl-er tg1)F1+
Pitumoi s(ral ~or from New H Ianpshli'e
Funds for research work have bees from 150' to 1307. ,Senrator 'lumeni ALL STUDENTS ATa
granted to Priof. C. 1). LaRue of I hco wa planr;' writa a histor'v of tieI
botany department, by the Graduate t ated cales ^ud toward that eu-il A TT? j
k;ipt. r i etajil daeostat of the (eleates j'j,
school. The gramnt is an addition to in 1the iltdSaesSnt.,h is
I the one which was granted to himer mddej, iIf h darTas
I fu ir ,ae fth iayi r THURS.DA Y FRIDAY SATURDAY
last spring by Sigma Psi, national found by Professor Brown Amon, 2NO .1tN'!.1
LaRue is investigating the genetics of' Iinitihe State Library in Concord, Newf 2NO .1HN V
fungi, a work - which hie started ill Hlampsh ire. The Library of Congress H
Sumatra inl 1918.; was notified of the discovery anti a-
( ramnged with the !tate of New Ilampl-
0O1 April 13, 1887, an Arab pearl shire to have the missing manuscr'ipt.
diver remained under seven fathoms deposited in th~e manuscript divisia
Iof water for 109 seconds, hin Washington., ~ r'1 ~ ' -~- ~

to 8 o'clock 'Tuesday and 'TnursmayI
evenings-in Barbour gymnasium. To- tiltiII1tl IU11idi19tilliD111111111II fl iII tc MIa
night and next Tuesday the classes '
Will be for women only, and next I iea en o
Thlursday and the, following Thursday F resnm an Y arto Se so Year
for mn only, after which both men ,
and women from all colleges, of the !
University are 'invited to attend. - A RB T-T A ST
Dg~kO T THETRESMost of our student cusi 'nrs
IDTOTT E T E j THS WE who begin in their freshmnanxr
at Shlby -year and send their laundry
Schubegrt1lLafay~~ayette isglits, $OC to $3 work to the Varsity cont1inueC
Tlmrsday, best eat1, $-. Sat. Mat., 5CC to $2.50 that patc the whole four
eCadillac, 8705 -fprctic
91h WEEK , years\they are in college. Sure- f
The STUDENT PR1INC E I y, that is a tribute to the
The Musical Triumiph
of a Generation_______ efficiency of the Varsity Ser-W
Eves. - 50c to $2.50 -- vice.=
G AR RIG Wed. Mat, 50c to $1 .501
Sat. Mat. 50c to$20
Positively Last 6 Days
A IE'' IRISH ROSE ' hone -4219 E
Last Time November'
SE19 IT NOW!x
t Nights 750 to $1.50u
Oon 1e 1mi3 e I P jtQ 'ue-:Thnrs &Sat.
%i s. 50e and 750 1z"
Woodlward at Eliot Tel. Glendale 9792I U
TfWO) WgEKS ON1bY
The BONSTELLE CO.
In the i',oln'u Romnttic Comedy I LIBERTY AT l FI I
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been changed to- Sunday, Novemb(
with an attraction to be 'announces
later edition of this paper.
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