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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6,x1946_

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ZOOLOGY STAFF
CHINESE1 STUDENTSi LOSES ONE MANE
PLAN CEEBAIO 1 AeND.LrtDSTHREEy1
Asthe zoology department, tarts
thsmetetisyer the roster is
11a1 Q"1 usllWil dvei .esiAddressmakdbmnycngswihavi taken place. Two new nmen have beenj
Oil lani~t ll Iyt>191China - added to the department, one of the
t ~ staff has returned from abroad, and
one member of last year's staff h1a.
PLAY !WILL BE GIVEN left. .
!Dr. T. Cam Byerly,' formerly' of the
MuNsic, speeches, and a two-act playI University of Iowa, will hiave charge!
wilfeatre thie celebration of. the eve of the larg.e section in zoology I, and
of :hex111 Chinese revolution by 851 Mr. Frank L. Eggleton, formerly in-
Chline(se students in Lane hall audi.i structor in zoology at Syracuse urn-!
tor iumi at 8 o'clock Saturday night. versity, will take sections in corn-
P'aul Ilutchinson, editor of the Chicago parttiv anatomy and embryology.I
Christian Century, will dleliver the Pr'of. Paul_ S. Welch, of the staff, has
mrainz address of the evening on "The returned from a year of study and tra-
Rteal1 Revolution." Mr. IlutchinsonI vel abroad. Dr. Melville 11. Hatch,
has been actively engaged in mission-1 who condluct ed Professor 'Welch's
ary work in the Asiatic field since cl sse hast, year, has gone to the Uni-
1915. ver si! i f M innesota to give courses
"Puippet of Fate;" a two-act sketch I ill ito flol;y.!
w ritte n by A lfred S. T . P u, grad., w ill b ie e i e y C i e e s u e t n R "?
be reentd y hinsestdens n-PROif~+ !A RE COMPLETEI)
der. t he direction of Phyllis M. bough- !A ~rDfAf~
ton, '28. The play is written in Eng- kPOR R1 INiiEti OF GAM
fish: Instrumental and vocal selec- I-
tlions will complete the program which :Programs for all of the remaining
wvill be followed by a reception. The lhomne games have been virtually corn-
g:~teeral plans are being supervised pleted according to Phillip C. Pack,
by 1C. Ho, grad., president of the j publicity director of the athletic asso-s
ChNinese Students' club, and all inter- elation.I,
Qtcd in far eastern problems are in- Programs for, the Michigan State,
E itefd to attend. Minnesota and 'Wisconsin games will I.
sell for the usual price of 25 cents. The
PAR:1fIS. - Maurice de Rothschild, program for the Illinois game will be
member of the famous banker family, a- combination program and athletic'
;a been returned by ,a heavy major- review of more than 95 pages, acid
ity in the. bye-elect ion, will sell for 50 cents. This program
__________________________________will he profuse with illustrations and
__________________ _____ I will review all of the sports for the,
- 1year 1925-26.
FNOTICE I The covers for all of the programs
weer designed by Alvin Wolfson,
Subscribers of The Daily who i'25L.

VIENNA PHYVSICIAN CALLS' ENGLISH AND AMERICAN TOURIST'S
"ARTERY RUSHIN(I9 NI VISIT GERMAN STU'DENTS' DUELS
The latest innovation in the method, duels. Some, of the more timid spec-
of German tourist guides is reported1 tators frequently rushed away at the
to xted eyod te radtioalvis jfirst exchange of sword blows.
";."its to beer halls andd castles andI Public duels have been prohibited
'I ~ oldby the Supreme court, but this law is
to ~icu~l blod urding stuentapplied very leniently because many
duels-for which 12 cents admission of the judges were duelists theni-
is charged. j selves when young. To have a heav-

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According to Koeli ache Volkszeit-
irng, leading Rhineland newspaper.
guides have led English and Amer-
ican tourists of both sexes to a stu-
dent club house in old H eidelber~g
where the visitors witnesjm~d daily

ily scarred face is often a high re-
'ommendation for certain official jobs%
Disclosure of these events hasj
created a scandlal, especially among
clhuirchmen, who 'vigorously oprjose
dueling.

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