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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 12

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HedO earietCoenA ie resident At: Convention Of
Amierican Journalists
ATTEND :TWO MEMOINS
Prof. John L. Brumm, head of the'
journalism department, was elected
vice-president of the American Asso-
ciation of. Schools and Departments of
Journalism, at the convention held in r.....
Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 28. Professor. . . . . .1
Brumm and Howard P. Jones, of the : ,
Journalism department., were Mich- :<: >. , :N~ .
gan's representatives at the convep-
ltion, later attending the meeting
there of the American Association of
Teacher's of Journalism which con-
vensed Dec. 29 and 30.
At the former convention a new {a«
constitution was drafted and stand-
ards of scholarship formulated. Action
Was taken with the view of realizing
closer co-operation between the Here are shown two views ot a 2'. toni Napier-Lion 500-horse fo v,;er.r
schools and departments of journ- $40,000 racing car builtt for Capt. Malcolm Camnpbell, English racing (l1'i\T..
alism in the country and the Amer-, er, who expects to make threje miles Rm mite with it.
lean Society of Newspaper Editors.-
The latter organization, which- is coin-
posed of the leading editors in the I AE
country, has been . responsible for: Mrs. H. W. Cake is going
constructive newspapter ideas and bet- '.loimy--i'rai~y aradtissm
ethical standards in the profession. D.11' GrIV li' mga winbeglc ongt
Professor Bruinm will address themeadwlbegdto et
Ad-Craft club of Detroit at their ccON EX'~ltING NIGHT" any young women interested in a
lunzcheon in the General Motors build--pesnlyc duteuaio l
Ing tomorrow. His subject. will be ' - TI - ~-i-t,.r I T

IV, ISIINGTO , .Jan. 5.-The $324,-
000 ,t00 naval app~rop~riation bill began
its passage through the House.
xith shoals in view ahead and the
s A;, tieter hovering at the storm level.,
c ie(a1ldebate on the measure cen-
{ iabout contentions that the
\Yt'Ishington arms conference had
IA coed( ra 'dismal failure" which
Should 1n0 longer lbe em
em(o wcdI as a guide in navy building,
_aeti that President (Coolide's foreign
;;olicv slioaldl not be supported at the
c ;>t, of weaIkened naval defense.
_ s ( b,,te progressed a widening'
tende ncy appecared among members to
disr rair the Pre'sident's advice to
larega ,tor the present an appropria-
ton for constructing three cruisers
whooe authorization will expire nextj
,) uly unless funds are provided mean-
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NATIONAL SOCIETYJ
HONORS DEANDAY'
Edmund E. Day, deani of thie 8h
of Business Administration, was (le"t_
edI p~resident of the Ameiclan ais-
cal association for the ensuing yea:,
at the annual meeting; of that. organ a-
z'ation held recently at St. Louis, M o.
Dean D~ay left Siunday for t-e P a-
cific coast where he will ;pend Ilie
first part of a three month leavFe ca'
ab~sence from the Urnversit y, Later;
he will return to New York for a short
time. Dean 1Day xwili sped(Itlileave
of absence in the interest of the Lanra
Spelman Rockefeller inemoril.
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EAST ST. LOUIS, III.-A proposed
Northiwcsl Territory sesquii-centennialr
rposit~lon at Cahokia, Ill., in 1928, has;
b)een announced b~y the sesqui-centen- i]
.iiaI commission hee.

(By Associated Press)
LONDON, Jan. 5.-()n the eve o;:
departure of the Duke and Duchess 01 o
jYork for their Autralian tour it was
calculated that the Prince of Wales
had shaken the Irtand of more than 85,-
000 persons in the last live years, .and
handshaking was a strainl which no
longer should he imnposed upon royal-
ty.

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WASHINGTON.-A meeting to con-
sider reapportionment of the House of j
Representatives will be held Friday .T HlE
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ROY CHAPMAN ANDREWS
) OY Cui PINIAN ANDREW S found thrills and abisorbing advnuei
~far-off M ongolia, seeking the bones of primitive man. Last' year
be astonished the scientific world and the world at large by tinding the
first dinosaur eggs, estimated at from eight to ten million yearis. oili
Andrews heads the third Asiatic Expedition, his party conlsisting, of
forty-one men, seven motor cars and one hundired forty-three cam'els.
Remarkable scientific findings :have been. madre' andi M1r. Andrews has~
caught the spirit. of romance in remarkably Sine motjimi and stilt pie-
tures which will he shown during his lecture here. Be returnedl from
Ikong olia in September, 1 32G
Hill Auditorium
'Ifhursday, Jan- 6, 8 P. M.

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