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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OKLAFIOMA SUPPORTERS ARRIVE PIlGfl9fflRI3II TOOOPFPAI[Four Students roirioorrIP
D.LRESSED IN WESTERN REGALIAUIIJUHI UUI.Il Receive Riggs LLIUIUIILUJ
F requenters ot the iocn, in occas- engaged in throwing off-tackle plun-_____
jRN A M fiE sls wa di P11fl T onal returns to that. haunt within j esisedo the 1kahm tl. a,' , ruv
last two (days, have caused inl wonder for seeming perturbed, the aftractedI Suet nbet ted Mc- noldi h rdaeshoh
sesaudience seemne I t find great glee in igan's out-of-town football games this year are four ]English s udents w'1ho sitoent 1of150 ieces of stone thndl
at what, from first appearance,sem the lobby exhibition ofitonncf "the boys" !year will again be given the oppor- haveoDacen providedwihelosi sptIryeniMiledlSuliAf-
oibe a sizeabl conent.on ofas e-fo ut;et tunity to got a play-by-play account by the Francis E. Higgs foundation, ca., comprising relics of prehistoric'
tiv roeo ontstats.An stoishd {Susicion as to the character of (of the' three contests on foreign field S1,n1e.,: pres Sion of the interest of Miss, days and specimons o ilpeents and
glance reveals a stalwart group ot these boys was reatly alleviated a peon ' by meas of the grid-graph. This de- V rancis E. Riggs of Detroit in the pt+ery nmade and(1 used1 by the l)ushneu
tanned young huskies b~edeckedl in all leairning that their six-shooters were j vice, which describes the course of English-Speaking tuion. now living there, according to Dr.
the habiliments of the country of pe re,"irela h sain o1 the ame by means of electric lights, Appointments of students from Eng-s Carl Clothe assocate (director of a-
sagebrusht and "the great open b)uckled onl again as they start riding was purchased by the Alumni associa- lish schools to study at the University 1hropology.
spaces." .jaunty, high-peaked, two- b ack to (heir home range. I tiori four years ago and has been used each year are made by the execttive I The materials that comer from the
gallon Stetsons, corderoy breetches, ____________in Hill auditorium for all outside i board of the Graduate school on the prehistoic days are mainly weapon,
an sie-ele oos'ihIrusr Ii, -~(W .U" ("1 1 ,t'.AT{ games since. The board was invent- nomination of a Standing committee arowheads, axes, knives and other.
stffd nSChetpsOhvOaoue ed by Prof. E. C. Potter of Ohio State in Loendonl. implements of at like nat r, all oft
the conjecture, among the curious, as AT LIBEiRAL 1I CKLING SC IO university. This year's awards have been ; hem chipped out; of st one. From the
to the possibility of viewing a string The auditorium will be connected granted to Miss Enid Isobel Glen, baushmnen there are pottery, rnamilints
of pintos and buckskins stabled in theI (By Associated Press)I with the field by a direct Western Un-' Lancashire, graduate of the Manches- j snd other thingis showing anl advance
vicinity.1 OXFORID, Eng-land, Oct. 2. -- David !ion wire. A percentage of the total ter university; Miss Ivy Caroline R~b-i of civiliza<tion.
However, all this picturesque regalia { Lloyd George, himself the center ofI receipts will be given to the VarsityI bins, Mviddlesex, of London university, ( 'r h collection is not yet the pro-
of one John Maulbetsch, a boy of these many ai verbal battle with hecklers, band, which will play during the RoyalIHolloway college; Miss Ktath- perty o the museumi, bt was sent
awes it presence only to the dIesire wsa neetdsettrrcnl game, in case they do not make thei erinoe arvi, of Oxford, and Jams, for examlin ation. If the collection
parts some time back,. to introduce his It'ip with the team. The freshman Rutherford, Durham, of Durham uni-1 from this aea no doubt it will be
O tklahomia Aggies' ;squad of pigskinoftemhdsud by the School forj hand will play if the regular organ- vrsity. fro t his area noi doubt it will be
coewboys to a Michigan eleven in a Liberal Speakers to fortify students ization is out of the city. The national secretary of the T ug- purchlased as at permanent exhibit,
roundup at Ferry field. How this was against the terrors of heckling. John M. Bennet, '27L, and Carles lsh-Speakinig unof visited in AniIi )r. (lithe said.
done, and who was rounded up is told; Several speakers were chosen byI D. Livingstone, '28tL, will be in charge Arbor and Detroit last week. This!
in another chapter; the idea of this !ltadagopo xethclr! ftebadaanti er organization was incorporated six bond of c omradeshiip the l'rngis-
observation bein to disclose the hilar- were chosen to annoy them. The' years ago to "draw together in the speaking peoples of the world."
ity'with which the Union was teinpr-hecklers permitted the speakers al- MANAGUA, Nicaragua.- Americani
i rily operateid under the enthusiasm most to reach their point before hurl-I comtmerce onl the east coast is re-
of ile quondamax lariat artists, nxow ling disconcerting questions against ported to be reviving dlue to the neu-
them. tralization of El Bluff, Bluefields. p
ilturs.his activities to agriculture as Whel"Jyou re all fed up 'on the
a a ,poss;ible less profitable but rather i1 a eagro hi '
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