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January 28, 1927 - Image 2

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.Dean C(ooley, Profess or 'F,tder, An1d(
Professor iRiggs Will Attend
Detroit (Conference
YOUNG TO TALK ALSO
Dean. Mortinmer E. Cooley, Prof. H1er-
bert C. Sadler, and Prof. Henry E,
Riggs, of the engineering college will
address the second annual Michigan
Engineering conference to be held Feb~.
Sand 4, in. the Hotel Statler, D~etroit.
Prof. Leigh J. Young, former chairman
of the department of forestry, and now
state commissioner of conservation.-
will also talk at the meeting.
"Commercial and Economic develop-
mnent of Michigan," has been annouiie-
ed as Dean Cooley's subject,.lBe will
give his address at the dinner 1F1riday
evening.
Professor Riggs will preside at the{
discussion. Friday morning, while Pro-
fesgor Sadler will address the dinner
Thursday evening. His subject will he
"Engineering Research."
Professor Young will give a talk on
"Our Natural Resources," TJhulrsday
afternoon.
The Michigan Engineering confer-
is a gathering for all engineer's of the
state, at which well known men from
all over the country are linvited to dis-
cuss recent developments in engineer- l
ing and to present papers.
PLAN MOVIE 4COURSE
NEW YORK.-With the financial re-
views reporting the film industry as'
the third largest in the country, there'
is a movement afoot to include film
prioduction. in the curriculum of
C olumbia university it is announced.
President Nicholas Butler states that
faculty committee is considering
the m patter.
WARSAW. - Marshal Pilsudski,
premier of Poland, has established a
m- -ministry for minorities.

NEW INTERCOLLEGIATE MAGAZINE
STUDENTS FROM MICHIGAN APP(
TUSCON. Ariz., Jan. 27. -- Two lege students. It will combine some-
Michigan studlents, Harold Bolton, a' what the attitude of the Forum and
;unior at the University of Michigan, te-ecr aaie.Frsm
and H-erb Hall, former editor of the!teMruymgaie.Frsm
Green Onion, {Michigan State collegel time, it is believed, a need has been
humor magazine, have accepted ap- felt 'for an unmuzzled publication of
pjointments to the staff of the Rapier,; national scope, inasmuch as colleges
a new intercollegiate magazine, the have entered the public sp~otlight.
first isue of which will be0 published; Thus far, however, any sort of fiction,
at the University of Arizona Feb. 5, feature or news matter purporting to
tnder the direction of Charles Fitch,!(eal with the subject has been swalI-
Curmmins, a former Ann Arbor man. lowed by the public, but students
The Rapier will answer the need for themselves and their views have sel-
arn of**an to voice the views of col- donslbeen heard.

PLANNED; TWO
cANT EDTO SAFF,
Hall is widely knowni in tiie st,.t,
of Michigan for his work sevec'a
years ago on the Green Onlon ,e-
pecially in his editorial column, 'AdI-
vice To Freshmen," which created
furor at the time of publication.
Harold Bolton is acting as the :\iic1:-
igan editor pending the arr ival e

Noarmal Concern Course
F rate , Jam. 2S, ±; P. It.
t, Phoebe M,,,nv.-!, Pianist
A!js omivel is to substitute
f ;; Carl Fried berg, .Jan. 28.j
Friedblerg to phly sixth concert
in spring1.
Lw' tickpts for Jan. 28.
ii ml msso,$.0

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Central Press Photos.

A last mninute telegraph reprieve by above, who were facingaa firing squad.
Ptrcsident Canles of Mexico arrived at An orderly rushed onto the scene just
M~erida, Yucatan, just in time to save is the order to fire was about to be
the lives of these four Catholic priests, given.
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CAFE

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THI-URSDA.Y, JAN. 20
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and Symphony Quartet
-Returning from a triumphal World T? our={
In complete new program including dances
of Japan, China, India, Burma, Ceylon, Mal-
j aysia, and Java. New Music Visualizations,
' Straussiana, a Vienese Ballet Divertissements
and a series of new Ballets.;
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Special Luncheons, 50c
Four choices of meat, which include Soup,
Vegetables, Pudding, Coffee' Milk, or Tea.

ANDREW JACKSON'S glorious vic-
tory at New Orleans was won after
peace was actually declared!l
NEWS of the agreement by repre-
sentatives in Europe was forced to
Await the pleasure of the fickle-winds
which carried ships to and fro in
those days. The Associated Pres
today distributes news dispatches
from Manila to Porto Rico, from

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