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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ALL-METAL AMPHIBIAN PLANE IS PUT IN SERVICE
OLONDON-HAMBURG LINE; CARRIES TEN

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flying boat is the latest addition tof
the aerial passenger fleet making the!

mazy, andl I4,)ndon. 'i'le plalle show::
above is of ail-mietal collst ruzel ion,

PROF. MATHEW S
LTLKHIS EXPERIENCES

GOPHER ROOTERS
WILL COME UJFe-r

Doilald M. Mathews, forester for the-
tropical research foundation and re- Minnesota will make its official foot-
cently appointed professor of forestry ball migration of the year to the Michi-
in the School of Forestry and Conser- ganl game, it was anlnounced rec ep(lyI
vation, will tell of his tropical ex- after a meeting of the all-university
petiences at a meeting of the Forestry council at Minnesota.' Each year tie
club tbnight in room 2039, Natural student organization designates one!
Science building at 7:30 O'clock. Pro- of the away-from home gamer for iheC
fessor Mathews was chief forester for official student mig-ration, for whichj
the British government in North special trains anda accommodtjions
Borneo for some years.:1He lately has' are ar'ranged. The Minnesota tenan
been in charge of 'investigations inj will play only two games in the Coni-
Cuba for the planting of forests on ference away from hone this year,1
vacant lands owned by -the United I andI the university council dlecidled on
States Fruit company and the Cuba the Michigan contest for the official
company. '(exoduls.
A short talk will also be given by Th anoce ntualshta
(Richard J. Preston, '27, who will tell of~g number of Gopher rooteris willI
of his experiences as a forest ranger be present when their team takes the
near Boise, Idaho, during tile summer, !field here in the lastgaeo e
All students interested in forestry are I- u fth
invited to attend. season.

twater and( can travel at a maximum
speed of 150 miles an hour.
JTournalist'sT''Give'
Courses, In Detroit
Two courses in journalisms, news!
writing and editing, under the direc-
tion of R. N. Desmond, instructor in!
'journalism in the University of Mich-
Sigan; and advertising, under the di-
rection of Pro-f. J. L. Brutmm, head of
the departmient of journalism of thel
tiniversif y, will be given in Detroit,I
t starling Monday night, and are part'
of the extension courses given by the
t liiversity.
Air. Desmond's ('lass will meet on
Mon day nights, and Professor

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YIELI) EASILY TO
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fri .t t' s ('Ā«.n Yrill l 1C'nnv C'n V11
ncSdiay nights. This addition to the
extnsoncourses offercd by Michigan
is, the resuU, of many inquiries re-
ceivvA by the adnliinistration, Profes-
sor B~rumm said.j
YALE---Students have formed their
own coop~erative laundry.

lie was mnarried-but h.3 reilai-
Old gad'. 1hat hiaplens 'witem lie
tries to benid the wedding ring Ias
produced it riot of niart-al mix-ups !
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"11101E SONGS"
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Imimigration and tariff reform are __________-v ____________________
the legislation aids for industry and .1111111I1191119111III111I11991111II1199IIIIIII9H U 1
GbravctdbSertrofabr1M N EUAICU- James J. Davis, a sp~aker before the HOLDS FIRST MEETINGv eeIG
convention. ___
The Men's Education club met for __________ ___q___ ________________C
AL M ISET OUT the first time in the Union, MondayWhnyupae noreofP NT G
ALUMNI l- CIR LE L " evenng, toorganize for the semester. hnyupaea re fPI TN
T CIC EG O E Marshall Byrn opened the meeting by '=gopi hr ign with us you can rest assured it will be done-
leading the gopi hr ign
Two Michigan alumni, Robert Shaw,, period, after which, Miss Elizabeth= RIGHT and ON TIME, and you won't -s
'27, and Donald Teed, '27, who are; Raredon, School of Music, sang two!oj=tt orprcserhr
bumming their way around the world solos.t urpics eter
came through here today. They are Thetwosalksof te evningwer
traveling under Prof. Lee R. Rice of Tetotlso h vnn eeaJ
the zoology department, collecting given by Prof. Raleigh Schorling who
rabbits, mice, snakes and other ani- spoke on the value of friendships, and s
mals in foreign countries. Prof. Clifford Woody who told of some j --
From here they intend to go direct of the opportunities for graduate work ~-, m l n
to San Francisco and then to Japan in education. -ttA~JJ urd o beteri r.JIJes(ions
by working their passage on the boat. At the short business session, the j PHONE,8805
After leaving Japan they will go to following officers were elected: Wlit-{
the Phillipine islands, Turkey, Arabia liam W. Arnold, president; P. 1Roy= 711 N. University A ,enue - Over Arcade Theatre
their two-year trip in various parts of Collins, secretary; and Glenn Wilbur,-
Europe, treasurer.
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BENIAMINO GIGLI
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 8 P. m.
Outstanding Tenor of, the Metropolitan'
Opera Company, assisted by
EDYTHE BROWNING, Dramatic Soprano
and VITO CARNEVALI, Pianist
in a thrilling program of monumental
songs and arias
World Masters of Two Palo Playing
Ina tremendous pr~ogi am for two pianos
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBE-R 23, 8 P. Me
World Renowned Pianist

lrhursd y- Sjniiji' IDouig MceLean in
I~SOFT lCUSIO}NS"

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The New Fall models, exclusively
Whitehouse & Hardy in design and
finish, may be inspected at
GUTY W00ILV0LK & CO.
386$ South State Street

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in a stupendous program tor violIn and piano
TUESDAY, JANUARY 1, 8 P.M.
Poland's Greatest Violinist
in a flawless progam of violin music
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 8 P. M.
W LT2 in a farewell tour as conductor wffith thre
New York Symphony Orchestra
nearly a hundred players in a program con-
duoted by the famous leader who has been
at its head for more 'than two score years
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 8 P. M.
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Russia's Greatest Operatic and
Coircert Singer,
in a mighty program of sonigs and arias
which he has made famous throughout
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/ Dead iIICI stand to arms! The fall-
en are spirited away! A fortress dis- EXTR SP~ECIAL
alpears in lire! What mysterious MICHIGAN
i)O1ver 1moves here? 01110 WESIATN
These happenings - strange and FO'OTBALLĀ¢
i ter'-ible---are b~ut a p~art of the life PICTURES
of t He famous French Legion ini the
heart of the burning Sahara.
'ile{ny production of its ktind ever
o thie reait Length of Bean
our added program i sli-
. iiv oaltlowivpe.rfeect production. I
CErYC.I.LA ELL
MILON O NTRVOR~HERBERT

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Season Tickets - 6 Concerts - $5.50, 6.00, 70

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