Take Souvenirs From Wrecked Airplane
ljnhrersty Pess Club to Convene forC
Recomnmending litproiving Joirn-
or the "specal purproe of confer-
~rlung with the -faculty 'of the univers-
ity tepa"tmepnt ,of: journalism, promu-
i net newvgpapermen forming the ad-
visory commttee of tie University
press club of Michigan will be in Ann
Arbor today and assemble at a luch-
eon in the Union at non, acording
to an announcemet by Prof. John L.
Brumm, head of the 'journalism de-
partment. T -"his conference has troth-
" ing to do 'with the Press assciation
now niqe 'ghere.
The avisory com1mittee, coniting
of six eentative editors from
dUfuyt t' of the state, was 4am
p~Ointed at the latest convention of
the ,Univer My Press club for thepur
epos e f ,S-peratng with the ivers-
ty In the interests of education for
Variou's general problems concern-
ing the curricula in journalism will
be discussed and recommendations
and possible shggestions for improve-
meats will be made. "Atogther the
conference, attended as it will be b~y
active and successful editors through-
o ,ut the state, sh~id tend to hAr on-
ize theory and practice,~"Professr
The following newspapermen Ore
expected to attend the onferene: A.
7t. Train or, Saginaw News Courier,
chairman of the committe and Pr# -
dent' of the tniversity Press club;
:Louis Wile, Port Hurn Tine-H-er-
abid; Harry Whitely, Dowaac News;
,Norman Hill, Sault Ste. 'M ri New
and A.' J. Grenway, Grand rapds
t'eldling ,Yfost, director of inter-
colleiate athtletics,returned from Ad-
rian, kte ":y4erday afternoon after
addressing the6 Rotary club of tht
city. Coach -Yost's subject concerned
the, value oef ntercollegiate athletics
TIMELY SU tJS OM~
ANNOUNCE STAFFS OF PUBLICATIONS
(Continued3 from Page One) lof the 1928 Mich iganensian, announc-
Fuue issues will be sent by mail; ed the following nmembers of the edi- i
to all uanrents who have subscribedl. saf:wie' diofar
'The staff editor, another new posi- tonialstf:wmnseioLua
tion, is new only in name as it car-Soule, '2g; athletic editor, John Tar-i
ries the duities of the position, of news j bill, '29; activities, Louis Rodenberg,
editor. which has been abolished. '29; features, Howard Kenyon, '2,9;1
IRolls, the humor columnn, will be con-1 fraternities, Webster Sterling, '29;
duoited by a. student with the pen oraiaios o Toa,'2;sn
namne of Commodore Clover.oraiainTmTh as'2;e-
Upper staff appointments for the1 iors, J. Franklin Miller, '29; womnen's
business staff of the 1927-1928 Daily :atidetetis, Gertrude lHolton, ':29; wo-'
uvere announced as follows by Wil- I mn's or'ganizat-ions, Evelyn Jordan,
liam C. Pusch, '28, business mnanager; x'29: Sororities, Helen Mtelichers, '29;
assistant b~usiness manager, George I womn's feature editor, Hiarriette
H-. A unable, '28; contracts, Richard 'Stone, '29A. Tlie appointment of Art
N. Maeyer, '29; coprywriting, E. L. editor ,vill be imade in the near fu-
Ifulse, '29; loc:al advertising, A. MY. tutre. 'f"e photog;raphic editor will be
Huilrkl y, '29; eirc&ulioii, George Ahn,l selected from atpplicants bringing
1' Publication, lHarvye3y Talcott, '29; smlsof Their wort: and records.
accounts, Ray Wachter, '29. ! of experience to thte Michiganensian
Bryan Hunt, '28, managin~g editor l office.
SANCHEZ SPEAKS famous as the scene of the novel
TO SPANISH CLUB ".Jose" by Palicio Valdes. A r'woo
picture dram~atization of the book W
"Cudillero: y por tiommas Austur- presented sUme timhe agoinii 11I id
NOs was the subject of a talk given ;iItorium.
b~y Senor F. Sanchez before the! m Sanchez, who visited Spain Last
Sociadad 1-ispanica yesterday after- year, diescribed t1he people oifthe town
noon in Room 2k, Angell hall, The and their customs amnd illustrated the
town of (C'udillero, or Rodillero, is talk: with slides.
All Girls - Singing Combination
TONIGHT AND SATURDAY N GT
1.e-ft lying where'it fell, on the nl'ucky shore of a duck pond, the once.-
proud !Aaiue "Ainerican - Legion" was h nmediutdely set upon by souvenir
hunters. Tesing out at Langley hieldl, Va.,, near Norfolk, for a non-,stop
flighnt across the atlantic, the "Amewrican Legion" Plunged to its doom,
killing Lli t,-Commander Noel lkavis and Lieut. Stanton 11I. Wooster.
FEE ISa a YABLE mend any payor, the fee will be re-
ON4A D ,%iPLOM AS' NO UV funded on surrender of receipt for
l 1 j payment. The above applies also to
Diploma fees are now payable at fees fora all special certificates. Can-
the treasurer's office from all senior didates for degrees of certificates
students who expect to graduate in1 "loulol fill out a card at the office of
Jrune,. according to word 'received fromth serayofhirclgeo
University offices. Early settlement i hr ertr ftercleeo
is necessary for the preparation of school, pay the Treasurer of the Uni-
diplomnas, 'and unless the $10 fee is; versity, and after having card re-
paid before 4 o'clock May 26, st-udents' ceiptedi should file indicated section
will not be recommen(?ed to the re-!I of the card with the Sf, cetary of their
gents for degrees under any circum- respective college or school.. The
stances, it was emphatically 'stated. Treasurer's office will be closed each
In case the faculty does not recoin- Saturday afternoon.
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