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TIHURSDAY, DE-(-,EMl3ER 17, 1925

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RESEARHREPORT,
R epoi' Of or lo'Propul ,oiiOf
WILL ADVISE FACULTY

Nye Before "Jury" -On Appointment To Senate

CAIONASWORLD WAR MEMORIAL PALACE
BECOMES FAMOUS ASMECA ORTRTLOVY?
(By Associated Press)I Renaissance of the period of Louis 'and bronze come and go, trcting
SAN FRACISODec 16-Cai-XVI. The Triumphal Arch, surround-;the interest of the looaal art. colo n_.
forna'sPalae o theLegon o Hoored by colonnades, provides the en- California artists have hadchnce
completed "a year ago and dedicated to tance, and behind it extends the spa- to display their work on se v : <<,
men of the state who gave their lives cious Court of Honor, attended by casions.
in the World War, has become a Itonic columns.Th gaersar Olctd y
Emecca for art lovers of this region and nwpin nteiieayo At its opening the Palace housed a courts with fountains, tbewal' of
tourists.J collection of French antiques, paint- dIe courts bea4ring such obicets as

Memcibers of the l ocal commzittee- rep7- yv.r
resenting the rsoviet y fr the promo-zt 1:wt
Lioni of engineering edtucation met yes- .
teday ,afternoon to dliscuss the nat-
col
tional s ociety's report, with the view,'-
in
of forniulating ,ugge;t ols~ to the fac- i
ulty of the lEngir eer in college (durinig;toi
the second semester i
The activities of the committee are WE
part of a+,national rioveinent started l P
three years ago, following an approp-, '? ."r
riation of $208,000 from the Car<znegie
foundation for the investigation of(l
engineering education, According to re S i: 5R'ti,"r'"
Prof. J. R. Nelson, of the department'I
of engneelug Fnglish, the chairman.
of the comnnittee, this research con-
stiattes the largest pro ect of its na-m N
ture ever undertaken. It is uniqlue in -
pro Tiding investigation by those with-
iftecolleges instead of by oil( siders. £Committee on privileges and elections of senate is onducatin, ani nvesctigation of legality of appointment
At Ranmeeting of the society last JuneI of (xeraid P. Nye; named by governor of North Dakotat to succeed late E.F.F Ladd. It is contended the governor
in Scthenectadlay, the data which hasi lacks power to inake. the appointment. Photo shows comititee In session. Ilck row (I. to -r.) Senators Smith,q
been gathered from more tha.n 180 en-1 S. C. Neely, W. Va.; George, G-a.; Stephens, Miss.; Mlr. Nye, IFrazier, N. D.; Deneen, 111.; Greene, Vt. Front-
gizreriin, colleges was submitted in a;! King, lfh; Carraway, Ark.; Ernst, KY.; chairman, Watson, Ind. *1
cotprehensive report of four volumes. A
The study dealt with engineering stu- H ib un n Shl Wl Au n ET OT TH A R
deists at the time of entrance and after e An h l Wil" ya ET OT H A RE
graduation, the teaching personnelA n a S{niir I 4' tJT H I WE E K
and the elimination of students who Yaleual__Scientific.___________
are not adapted to engineering train- 1 If W~es. - t k50c to $2.506
ing. Prof. L. V. Ileilbrunn and A. Frank- held at Yale university Dec. 28-30.I ARRSatWe Mat. 50c to $1.0
The local committee was recently Kin Shull of the zoology department 'Professor Hieilbrunn will gieORaprPON 1
enlarged to provide for the creation! will attend the annual meeting of the (las a part of a symposium on the phlys- 1 I q
of' four sub-committees which will I American Society of Naturalists to be ical structure of protoplasm. Profes- ie
snake a close study of the four see-1 otce sor Shull is secretary of the Socicty. 1. T 1TA GO
bonls of the report. After completing .1nsza N oie At a convention of the American! ALv la!fte rpc
their study they will suggest the ac-, Anthropological association to he hel-________
Lion hichthe ngineringcollge Iat the same time in New Ihaven, D~r. !esel Playhouse Tues.rhtxrs.&Sat t
shoud tke n reardto ts crriula Classes wishing space in the 1926 { C: E. Gutlc of the anthropolgy zinns- Mas oIn 5
hultaeireadt ncaMichigatnensian must contract and pay eumowilldgiveEaipaperlonGlTheaAeth79-
and entrance requirements.Wodrdt ltTe.(eI(ae99
i tetieoiteogaiaio ffor same immed iatcly. No spacew olom ill gield inpertil Thilnihro-SECOND WEEK
w .ECOtetm fteognzto fpill alFil nth hlppns" The BONSTELL O
th oit ahegneigcleebe reserved unless a'conitract is sign- Dr. Guthe recently returned from a i In the Blithe Amrlcn Comedy
edb oa.tre iwas asked to appoint a committee to ebytd.tlreyears stay in the Philipines. M S PARTRIDGE PRSETS '
report the local conditions. As the } At the annual convenition of the Am-
engineering college complied with ! All copy for the organizations' sec-I erican Society of Zoology and Botan- Byv Marv Kennedy and Ruth Hawthor~ne
t ien of the Michiganensian must be in I ical Societies, Prot. C. D. La Rue 0of Lafayette atSeb
reusI Esinbid the botany departzTlent will partiu UQII LU.Nigt, oc to $250
thanl any other institution, the corn-i ing not later than 3 o'clock Frda a-and Prof; 'R La Rue of pthzoloy alia. Mat.,Turda, oc to $2,ost ailc80
lit e here did pioneer work in ternoon. ray - ~ tezooyi Pp a.Tusa,~ct i~ ailc8
on atig vrius uesioairs a~ldepaI~initl 'twill give a paper bef~ore The Sweetest Romance of Melody Land
otrmtoso!ccmltn aa Friday will be the last day for fists. Dr. Heilb-.unnz will also give a i L~ - LU AA
on the subject. students to make payment on the 1926 paper at the convention whichl will 1be Mscl eso fBot akntn
,ince its inception the society has ..,ia.Vrino BohTrintns A
ow Micliganensian at the rate of $3.50. held at Kansas City. Prof. .-11.] Novel and Play. "SEVENTEEN"
gion n tsscpeuniliisn3 O ow The charge for the book will be in- .Bartlett of th,' botany departmn: , isOR USRITONNW
rereene b mretan3more- cents0 etsaferte hrsafterhima o tojthe chairman(1 on PY 0'RSUSCM1,1ofN V
mittes n 13 colege an uniers-! vcatonof the convention.
Thos whosigned for the yearbook
LONDON.-'The British government (luring the 'Ensiani drive before A
yesterday transferred to the United Thanksgiving will be charged $3.50 r
States more than $92,000,000 repre- and tlhose who subscribed later, $4. ! I
senting a half year's interest and con- The 'Ensian business office in the ;
tribution toward paymnent of the Brit- Press building will be open until 5 o'-1
ish war debt.-- clock today. and tomorrow for those ' NT'."b '.i , " r
who wish to pay for their subscrip-t:° t 1y{ ,
MADRID.-Revealing for the first {tians ..... .,:
time his plan for a capital levy of A_____7_____'
less than one per cent, Premier Primo B3RUSSELS.-Finance Minister Jans-LA T T M S O
de Rivera gave the details of the sen announced another cut of 200,000,- 1
The f ?_/
scheme with which he hopes to hal- 000 francs in Belgium's budget for '
once the budget. 1926. "Rrom"ai }cc ~
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It commands a panorama that
tretches far out to sea, reveals the
ride expanse of San Francisco Bay,
rya towering brown hills of Marn
ounty, topped by Mt. Tamalpais, and,
the other direction, sections of the
ity scattered like countless nows _of
)y houses. The scene might have
spired some of the old masters
chose paintings are hung in the
lace.
The architectural style is French

ings and scuiptunings lent by the
French government and taken frome
the Louvre. Among the permanent
possessions, however, are many- clas-
sic examples, including several origi-
nal Rodins. Lately the exhibits have
featured a. notable collection lent by
T. B. Walker of Minneapolis. This
collection numbers originals by Rem-
br'andt, Turner. Sir Josh-na Re2ynolds,
Gainshoroug h, Corot, other masters.
Other transient exhibits of pictures

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