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9, 1926

PACE TWO

THDE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUMDAY, MARCH

PXfT~TWO TUESDAY, MARCH

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Ohio State University Chooses Law Secretary Dlirects P"ublicity
Own Graduate As New President Announces New In Democrat Party
~~ COif Hem ehrs'

SOMETHING NEW!
4 ~DANC ING TO-NI'TE At
Joe Parker's Cafe
Parker's Cafe Orchestra Playing
Steak-Dinners

0. Thenmpson, Who Retired LhUst____
Fall after 26 Years Service iCrover' C. Grisniore, secretary of
f: the Lawe school, announced the names
HAS EXTENSIVE CAREERJ of the new members of Coif, national
... ":.:. honorary legal society, Saturday.j
Th.e rsdn fOi tt Members of the society, which is i
:.: ::>:::'::;... .": , 'aseu unn scholarship, are c.hosein
University, one of the country's lark-ytefclt fteLw colfo
est educational institutions, George the highest ten per cent of the senior
Washington Rightmire, is the "first j .,'.....:'" Y " class.
graduate of that university t'Ie-::.::::...... The Order of the Coif has societies
Sincome its head. He succeeds Dr. '.\ ~ 'f i all the leading universities of the
r' 1( country and was founded for the pur-
0. Thompson, who retired last fallpoefenurgglgasclrhi
afte 26year ofservce.and advancing the ethical standards
In 1885, at the age of 17, upof lstof the legal profession. The followingj
graduation from high school, Dir.'
Rlghtmire taught in a country 'school ;men were elected to mnembership by:
the faculty committee: Weldon G.
in Scioto county, Ohio, near Powells- MawlI.Fed ihr
yulle. After remaining there for two'Btes
Ford, Raynmond H. Harkrider, W"illiam ,
years, he taught, another two years at, .HloaJc .Hng n
Wheelersburg, Ohio. ap .HcRoetG aisn
Then he entered the preparatory Rap!.Hck oet>.Jmeo
depatmet o Ohi, Sateand ate inRobert D. Law, Leonard B. Parks,
deprtmnt f hioStae ad ate inGeogeA. Parnienter, Donald G.
the' year was registered as a freshman. lwoThmsCIta~hn r
At the end of the year lie left the uni-TSasnToa C tahaJ;
versity to become principal of the- *.. and George H. Younge.
C . .,.The above men will comprise the
township high school at Smeasville, Ioieyfr925-12.Teseeto_
Ohio. In less than a year he journey-"Iaelmd u i thscodeetr1
Red to Del Notre, Colo., to accept a; George 16. tllglitiire. new vpresidentIaemd uigtescn eetr
teahig'poitonthre Iof 011i4o state iitiii et sily, bas lbeeii at of each school year. Thef number of
In two years, he returned to Ohio I ieinlber of the facilty since 1901.). HeI men chosen for the society this year
State and -:° mtpleted. his; college As~ the .terst, grtoduitte of the schioolito,' numbers 14, an increase over the
course in 1895. Three years later he! teoit t perflttWitcit '1we-ad membership of the class of 1924-1925
obane ismstro-at-dgeID by two men,. Secretary Grismore
Rightmire thea taught for seven years } no nn iiut iian trn ________
in a Columbus high school while talki ki~l~tI ~II U Re or s ro e
ing advanced work at the university. EM F010 IIUIRecord sB o e
In 1901 he completed his law workt: ~ l~lr ilfi IIfII
and was admitted to the bar. INSIICrtI n tu Iwi ForUnionance
In 1902, he became a, member of th
Ohio State faculty, attaining 'a fuill ' Attendance records for Union
professorship four years later. In an- In anl international tour to studydacswrsupsebyalgem-
other four year he. was appointed aeroniautical conditions, Admiral 11. I.f gin last week-end witl4 279 couples at
deanof he ollee o la. [Cone,, chairmnan of the committee inI the dance Friday night and 296 Sat-
Whltrsholhackiiae nura ih. h iue events, hammer throwing, shot charge of the $2,500,000 fund donated dayniht Tenigres are th e
putin ad te ums.In isealyby Daniel Guggenhiem for the pro-I largest in theUno' history, not ex-
days as a faculty member, he was motion of aviation in the United cepting any dances following football
treasurer of the University Athletic+ States, recently visited the University; games here. Tickets were limited to
assciaionandfora sorttim grd-to inspect the wind tunnel appartus1 275 each night, out-of-town alumni
iate manager of athletics, and to confer with Dean Mortimer E~. accunig frteicesdnmes
Presidenit Rightmire is considered ! Cooley, Prof. Herbert C. Sadler, and In ordler to meet the increased d-
an uthrit onconracs ad fderl !Prof. F. W. Pawlowski all of the Enigi.- ;mindl for tickets, those for Friday!
p~rocedure, but private cases which hley neering college, on engineering edit- jinight dances will bie placed on sale at
has undertaken have been those which cation problems. 15 o'clock on Tuesdays, and those for-
invovedpatnts I-~e s cairan f jThe Guggenhiem fund has been cre- Saturday at 5 o'clock= on Wednesdays',
the Ohio State Bap" association and i1 ated to aid the entire field of aeronan- oedyi dac o h sa ce
member of the, university board of; tics, and is free from any particulair dule, beginning this week.
dir'ectors.. restrictions. The decision of the probe- All Union d(ances are now open to.
'Pner'l 1n4mh rc inn iU c jn)1 oIoI-

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Richard T. Buchanan, former secre-
tary to the late Sen. Samuel M. Rals-
ton of Indiana, and new publicity di-
rector of the Democratic national com-
m rittee, is organizing a staff in prepar-
ation for the fall senatorial cam-
paigns.}
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~hic~o leeing Ini his tour, Admiral Cone has visit-
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Prof. Henry E. Riggs, head of the I sity. The aeronautical"(departmnent of
civil engineering department, is at- 1the latter institution 'was established3
tending the annual convention of the' by another donation fronm Mr. Guggen-
American Railroad Engineers' assoc- hieni amounting to $500,000.
=ation which is being held today,; to-{ Admiral (Cone is ho% making a trip
m orrow, and Thursday in Chicago. ' through Europe to stuxdy the condli-
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