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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 126

PHILADELPHIA ASSEMBLY DECRIES BAN ON
LURES PLUMMUS OF ROTE STUDENT TR4AINS'

Varsity OrganizaRion Pla n To A ppar
At Sesqui-Venteniial Concert
Itefo e Naoy (i'nje
TO HAVE SPECIAL
Guests at the National Michigan
Alumni banquet at the Bellevue-Strat-
ford hotel in Philadelphia on Oct. 29
will be entertained with music by the
University band, according to plans
which band officials are now working
on.
The program also calls for a con-
cert at the Sesqui-centennial on the
afternoon ofFriay, Oct. 29, which
has been set aside as Michigan day.
An invitation has also been extended
to the musicians to be guests of the
Navy at the Navy-Michigan game at
Baltimore the following afternoon.
This is the first large national din-
ner that the alumni have sponsored
since a dinner 15 years ago in New
York, and the Philadelphia alumni
have expressed a desire to surpass
the lattgr's record in both interest
and in attendance. The committee, di-
rected by Oliver W. Perrin, '01, di-
rector of the second district, and Wil-
liam E. Worcestor, '10, president of
Michigan club of Philadelphia, have
sent letters to the secretaries of all
the University of Michigan clubs ask-
ing them to bring the dinner
to the notice of their membership.
The affair is planned as a stag af-
fair, although arrangements have been
arranged to serve a light repast in the
balcony for the ladies, guests of men
attending the banquet. The capacity
of the hotel banquet hall is limited to
1,000 men and 250 women. Special
trains for the alumni have been se-
cured to depart from Ann Arbor, Chi-
cago, Detroit, Toledo and Cleveland,
leaving Thursday and returning some
time Thursday.
The official special train, it has
been announced will carry the Varsity
footb~all squad, with its coaches, man-
agers and trainers, the University's
official delegation, including the
President, Regents and Deans, the
University band of 72 members, the
officers of the University of Michigan
club of Detroit, officers of the Alumni
association, headed by Mason P. Rum-
ney, '08E, former president, and hun-
dreds of alumni from the Middle West.
Many well known alumni and facul-
ty members have already signified
their intentions of attending the din-
ner. Included among them are Presi-
dent Clarence Cook Little, Dean Al-
Fred H. Lloyd of the Graduate school,
>ean Mortimer E. Cooley of the Col-
leges of Engineering and Architecture,
Regents Victor M. Gore, 'S2L, William
L. Clements, '82, and ex-Regent Chase
S. Osborn, (hon.) '11, Justices Wil-
liam H. Moore, '88L, and Nelson
, harpe, '821 of the Michigan Supreme
court.
Harry A. Franck, '03, the vagabond
author, Willis J. Abbot, '84L, editor of
the Christian Science Monitor, Dr. W.
J. Mayo, '83M, of Rochester, Minn.,
Edwin B. Denby, '96L, and Senator
Couzens of Michigan will also be in-
cluded among the guests of the eve-
n ig.

"If the University of Chicago has
placed a ban on special student trains
to out of town football galnes I have
heard nothing of it," suid Miss S. P.
Breckinridge, professor of social econ-
omy in the graduate :chool of social
administration of the University of
Chicago, who was in Ann Arbor last
night tb address the convention of the
'Michigan State Conference of Social
Work.
"I should be extremely sorry if
such is the case," continued Profes-
sor Breckinridge. "There has been
no comment upon such an action on
the campus and no discussion of it
on the part of the student body. That
is not the way we try to accomplish
;things. A far better way is to lead
and guide the student than to try to
force him. We do not believe in plac-
ing restrictions upon the student. It
is doubtful in many cases if he would
obey a restriction summarily imposed
upon him, and that he can not be
made to do things again st his will."
dent fdund the whale and the first
curious crowd gathered the animal
was alive but it soon went through
death struggles with great lashing of
its tail and died.

BLANCHARD WILL INSPECT NEW IWARING ASKED another under the provisions of the PICK NAVY TEAM
EURDPEAN RPDS, TRAFF C IN CORPORATION CASE oorationhave done this as FOR PLANE RACE
tthe department of state has required
Prof. Arthur H. Blanchard, of the (By Associated Pressy only the tax report. (By Associated Press)
ighway engineering and transport Lansing, Oct. 7.-A request for a WASHINGTON, Oct. 7.-The Ameri-
iepartmnenitsailedy dy mh awh h IRKUTSK, Siberia-Whatever claim can navy team which will participate
dearmet sildyesterday at mid, rehearin a of the case in which the1 the United States and Canada may in the Schneider cup races for sea-
night on the White Star liner Olym- supreme court Monday ruled in effect he had ttWran andi anes ov.
picforCheboug ad Suthmto, tat 1000Miciga coportios ae have had to Wrangle Island is held, planes at Hlampton Roads, Va., Nov.
l)ie, for Cherbourg and Southianton, that 1,000 Michigan corporations are by Soviet opinion, to have disappear- I 11, will be in (,h]arge of Lieut. Comn.
whence he will go to London. in default and without legal franchises ed wit the tlhme ther- of II. C. i wh L eut. o m.
lAlthough the primary reason for? was to be placed before the court to- ihteetbihetteeo LC ik ihLet ereT
Proughr hr thepimarp rason or- wasyto be place fore tne, crtng t Russia's first colony and the raising (Cuddihy as executive officer and will
IIProfessor Blanchard's trip is to re- (lay by the attorney general, actingofterdla.icaesxplt.
cover his health and take a rest, he for the secretary of state.gx
will make an extensive investigation The court, in the Eddy Realty Co.
of European highway engineering, case, ruled that corporations must file
control, traffic, and general methods, two annual reports, one in compliance
while he is in London with the general corporation code and
--We'promise to set the tow

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WILLIS J. ABBOT, 'S4L
Editor of the Christian Science'
Monitor who will attend the National
Michigan Alumni banquet in Philadel-
phia the evening preceding the Michi-
gan-Navy game.

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Crowd Collects As i
Whale Is stranded1
(By Associated Press)
HAMPTON BEACH, N. IT., Oct. 7.
-Cast high and dry upon the rocks
of Great Boar's Head, a -48-foot whale
is attracting daily crowds of residents,
and visiting mariners who speculate
largely as to how the mammal got
there.
When at daylight a summer resi-

FA T UTY WIN CLASSES
Beginning with next week, the
advanced faculty swimming class
will meet every Monday and Fri-
day noon, promptly at 12:15 o'-
Flock. The classes will be of 30
minutes duration.
Coach Matt Mann, Varsity
swimming coach, has arranged
I 'plans for a beginners' class for
members of the University fac-
ulty. This class will meet every
Wednesday at 12:45 o'clock .

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(NOTE: The same boys that played at Hill
Auditorium on Cap Night last year, nov
In a new act.)

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