1VED\ESDAY, IIAY 26, 1996
THE MICH~IAN- DAILY-
r.. ]~i So itnior ftutesO h'Aeia lCogical Society of France, and the Dar- " T
~lIU ~ P~ I I~O ~ yMuseum alt Natural 'History sine 19~08, win meedal of the Royal Society ofrst Students InvitedaT
anLIUL U UitLl s~~d along with his work in research: London in 1918. He is the author of Take Part In Research Campa ign e
Hionor Osborn' ifields he has Stiu hutc d field waifl inr a number of hooks, on the subjects. ___________g(____
(l Fe low h a oloe.Il~osevct?;voy e ! ex!uton f Mammalian Molar Teeth" Michigan students are invited to par- Ileaders and attempt to solve the ex- Iai
Y+C_ 1_____id G OD IC_ lo atieli and study ini ;Ae jngles of' "he Age of Mammals," "Origin and ticipate in the industrial research ; isting industrial problems. This pro- ! 1>
Flans To Compare Australian Labor T-ol'.Hnry Fairfield Osborn, pires- As an investigator', Profesor Os-'set iof Le, and m ore hans 400rcampain thvat i sen plne byjectis ten ucoefofethe helerdetom-a
Mlovements With Those In ident-of the Natural History Mvuseum; a______
Aberin ofNwbrhsrcnl wre as emphiasizedi the insepairabil- ---- ties. The purpose of the campaign is IEvanston last winter.
a n fthe highlest honors in the .s('l : y o oliy ndpaleonptology, conl- BRI Bcaetdsace ru
sAR sL B R SU Y entifie world, ar fellowship in the j stoutly seeking to unite triO; researchi lo POtha Rumanian sentinel shot wh will be able to intelligently dis- ;60, students whro wish to participateIm
-S ARTSLABO STU Y I ille see n ussin Boshevk I ussproblems of industry. After a jshould send their application at once lo
Royal So iety of engand Th firs j p~rcn ~utoeuo summer spent as laborers in various! to W. Walter Ludwig, Ohio university, r '(
American: citizen to win this award .ie ve"lrts Ths tde ae nts when they attempted to cross !parts of the country the renresenta- ,Athens, Ohio. The onlyreueen
Pro. Crte Godrih o th ecn-was B~enjamin Franklin. Alex i der' ,. 'the River Dniester on the frontier. tvswl ovn nSpebra i htec picn utb bet
omnics department has received from Agasi an;ln~m Tomsnaedu h~ieep o ncin he-omltn of --_______ ____________ ivason will, withen labo andte social cler sthate apusct what the dutie tof
Agase a dSocial Sciencea e R esearch. Cou a d oc al cl ar y ta e us wh t heciielo lgqeloc al sc enncluded iun ilinls i clthei t e li of Amticnot os Anmericann t is;,t ,
oif America a fellowship providing for elected to the honii. evolutioii, wvhichiaequlyntrt-IS WEKQI
a study of the Australian labor move-I rf;o ~ ins to b)otb tha zoologist and paleon- I ROOM IS FO tOI4IED
went. Professor Goodrich is planning *)(l1 nrodilytologist. i
to start this investigation next Febru- known for h'9 lasearcaies in zoology,!I Professor Os;horn is closely a .>,oi-.G g es a d3g is4 PE F R
arcmltn tdrn h olwaeonology, and~ evuIon. , : nd ha: 'alted with the work oif the Carnegie \All roonmi~phouse owners who. oiPem tdrn h olw
Siug summer, playedt a Ioading part, in the~ dlevlop- :instil ution and the Smiithsonian ins+,i- ;iwill have accommodations during Co i Com F ton
"The che osdrto n temoist of the Natural History Musu ru~i ahntn n sascae Comrmencement week, beginning l[Ii C m lc ,in
study will be ade upon the differ- f or more than -8 ye i'.Udrhswt tifi societies ally over t he ! Junie 7, -a#6 requested t.o ;lit IR A
vees between the American and the presidocntial administration the mu'iem world, fHe receive(1 the gl medal of. ! their rooms with the Union as ! , .
Australian labor movements and upon has achieved an extraordinary expan- Ithe National Institute of Social S(*i- ' -soon as possible. All rooms at Clipiped F'roi i
the reasons why such strikingly un-; smon in everv field, and has become th~e; eflOOs ini 1913, the gold medal of the Ithe Union have been engaged by Limnes-.News
like movements should have arisen in greatest imnstitution of its keind in the Hayden Memorial (Tholog ical Award '1alumini. Mlonday, May 2"I
these two new prosperous and fron- world. BeI has been president of the in 1914, the Gaudry medal of the Goo- I_ Praiise upon praise
tier countries," Professorr Goodrich room will not permit.
stated. "The labor movement in Aus- Here's the last para-
tralia has been very much more wide- graphl. "For Ileaven's
spread and radical than in this coun- Se"ioeofHarold
LAST TMES TOAY YOU LAST CHANCE
Astudy of the labor movement in lo, loor funnte slums
England was made by Professor Good- A)< lo a Tolor inheslms
rich in 1919, and in 1921-24 he also I Y ATMOSPMEMIE.
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expenses incurred by the students is
;ping to the conference.
Bishop Francis J. McConnell, is
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)y the conference committee to e f rh o i g ds u so s a lad
The 'New York state athletic com-
nission fixed next Tuesday as te date
)n which they will ask for a definite
report flim Tex Ric'kard" on matchiing;
)empsey and Wills.
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£IaaUe a nem investigationi or the coal
industry in this country. The Social
Science Researchi Council which is
providing for this study of the. Austr4-
~Ian moveml-ent is a body composed of
representatives from the various soci-
eties in the economics sciences.
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