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SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAW THREE

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EIGHT STORY HOTEL TO BE BUILT
'FOR G'IT OFEBE ON PRESENT LOCATION OF AL.LENEL
TO BUSINE[SS SCHOO
V!'"olfl :alpi Intended As. An Aid To!-

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In Heal Estate Work
PRIZES TOTAL $69000 1

Four scholarships, totalling $6,000,
have been offered the real estate de-
partment of the School of Business
Administration.
Fifty pledges of $10 each, 'subscrib-
ed by members of the Detroit Rteal'Es-
tate board, constitute one of the four.
Irving Huston, of the Huston-Morten-
son compagy, announced at the last
weekly meeing 'of the brokiers' divi-
sion of the,*tro~t Real Estate hoard
his plan,; to t~s'kblish a $500 a, year
prize, foi "five years as an aid and en-
couragement to University students;
interestedl in real estate.
The, two scholarships are each for
$500 a year for three years. One, of
these is being offered by the Grand
Rapids Real Estate board and will
be named the John Buys scholarship.
John Buys is ex-president of that
bhoard 'and at present is president of
the Michigan Real Estate board. Thel
other is being given by the Pred Pat-
erson and Bros. Realty corporation
The conditions governing'' these
scholarships will be imposed by the I
Regents under the advice of the bus-
iness administration departmnet after
the Regents have given their official'
acceptance, which :is expected.
________________ ___________________t
SYRACUSE,.N. Y.-Moses Finlestein
senior' 15 years old, has been elcte
to Phi .Beta Kappa.ece

I Vorlev znows V'iews #, c.i 1 a L . ,;uDs
'~fAuto Forerunner Nw rmOhrClee INSPECTS PAPERS
tiew~s of the famous Maximillian - pi scd the topic of meeting of the Zoo-
prints of early automotive,'. vehicles l ogical Journal club Thursday night.
Iwere shown here recently by Prof. J.I INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.-After its pas- for funds will be condlicted in Ohio
S. Worley of New York. The purpose; sage by the lower house of the Indiana ; ad In(iana, and n wspJaper editors; About 20 of the lea<ding British jour-
of the display was to acqunaint the general assembly, a bill p~ermitting; throughout the country will be askcd jnals were brought to the meeting for
public with models of the forerunners trustees of Purdue and Indiana urn- to contribute, It is hoped that suf-. the in ?l)(': ,rl of those present, and
to the modern motor vehicles. The versities and the Muncie and Terrejhcient money can be raised in order reflerence lists of othe zoological jour-
views were made directly from the H-aute normal schools to issue bonds that thne memorial building may be ntals o n file inl the University library
original prints from the, beginning of . for the construction of dormitories has ccmpleted by the end of the next wr rvdd Three papers were
the 16th century. This is the firstI been presented' to the senate for fur- school year. read, reviewving recent researches in
time that these views have ewer been ther action. ____- Great Britain.
shown in the United States. - PRINCETON, N. .1.- Prinlceton t i-: W. "17. Dempster of the zoology de-
BLOOMINGTON, Intl.--Indiana Uni-;ve rsity has limited its stuident body to partment. desc ibed recent finds with
MC LUTHFORMER ,versity is beginning a campaign to 2,000 men. lnvesth~ation of tihe uni-j regard to the repi ocuction cycles of
INSTRUCTOR, DIES ~raise $350,000 for a journalism school vcrsity equ Imnent showedl that thatalnomehigspclrfrne
________y IE memorial building to Don RI. Mellett,i .E was the maximum cia~city «whch3 it to tho. determination of the ovulation
murdered Canton, 0., editor. Drives could satisfactorily take care of with zperiodle discussed also the deleter-
S NEWV YORK CITYV-Lawrence A. Mce -- - -- its present resources, 1ions, -C1ilizin T effect of X-rays on the
Louth, professor of German at New and was 64 years old at the time of !____-.~~ ovaries of the fema4le albino mouse.
York university and for~merly student his death.j YALE-The I, C. A. A. A. A. pole-' L. P. Schultz also of the zoology
and an instructor of German at the Professor MeALouth received his A.; vault title has been won by Yale 21, department, concluded with a review
yUniversity of Michigan, has died here. 1 3. degree from Michigan in 1887. lHe times. of a s ecent article appearing in the
fHIe was born at Ontonagon, Michigan, (later' continued his, studies extensive-! -- British Journal of Experimental Blo-
ly in German and has been at Newv JACKSONVILLE, 11.-A deaf band logy regarding the color changes in
York university since 1895.! is maintained by state institution here. fish.
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The Michigan
New hotel which will be built on
the sitte of the present Allenel, accord-
ing to plans of Angelos Poulos and
Theodore Dames, owners of the Mich-
i gan Theater building.. The structoure
as designed will be eight stories in
height, and will accommodate more
than 400 guests.
ILLINOIS-Post office officials de-
clare that students make excessive'}
fuse of the mails.
PRINCE~TON, N. J.- Roller skates
are appearing in place of "banned"
automnobiles. ' I

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is what the
well- dressed
pipe
will wear

Johns in Town

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It' is an excellent business medium.
The next few months will witness a large
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