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I6N u Nl ENOLL [N
GIVEN OUIT BYR EN
SECRTARYOF U-NIO'N PLANS NEW
ARA N (A1EENT FOR.
NOW TWO MIN CLASSES
Pw silide Now To Beeolne Life Mem-
beer of Student Organisation
For Forly Dollars

Young Author Visits Professor Gould;.
Wvas Member of Putnam Party To North

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Wh Ien Prof. Lawrence M. Gould re-
tuirnud from a summer in Baffin
Islandl exploring the coast line as
ass;istant director of tile Putnam.lBaf-
fin Day expedition, he brought back
1with him Deric Nusbaum, boy author
and a member "of the party. Nusbaum
came; to Ann Arbor to witness the
M. S. C. football game as a guest of
Professor Gould. Although he is only
14 years old, he is the author of five
books for boys and at present is
working on an account of the expedi-
tion for Good Housekeeping, magazine.
Some of his books are "Deric With
the Indians," "Deric in Mesa Verde,"
and "Deric Goes Voyaging," all pub-
lished by Putnam.
Nusba.um and David Binney Putnam

_________Prof. C. L. ?.I.ader of the lingzuis4tics
were the only minors to accompan. de parfiCrt xi11 lecture on 1Es-peranto,
the expedition to the far north. Yount ~p~ ~ mlaxir a
Putnam is also an author of a num in om21A L ail und.er I
her of books for boys and is the same all I)cc- oar T~soylage
age as Nusbaum. To David Putnam A rvwoftl h de opmenlt of th(;
is due credit for discovering the zest- Iang age will OCCUP the gl~ reatfer part.
lug place of the blue goose. He sho, ()f tlhCe c.PoesrMaehow -
some specimens 50 miles inland. ever, will aso point ocut the view, of

A~ni 200members of (!l~
.\rbr (h~d (-. f Commerce., 1wa e
Liey and Echange clubs are
pe~ted w her Cameron Beck, p:
dmi1(irector of the New York Sto
exchngewhen he speaks tonight v t
n; oloe before a dinner mee ting.(of

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which were later identified as the
blue goose when the skins were ex-1
amined at New York. The nestingr
place of these birds had never bc(,,
known before. The discovery was o;
zoological importance.
NORTHWESTERN-Seventeen hun-;
Bred subscriptions have been secured
to. the Purple Parrot, Narthwestern's
humor magazine.z

of the
hili tiesj
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linguist conIcern11ing ihe lO im~~ub dclubs ini the Ma.,on~
of anlGf c' 1111Ui~ l ing a - a

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of college
° * education

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CON DENE

A complete announcement of they
plan of membership in the Union was
Made yesterday= by W. Roger Greene,
'28, recording secretary. It is as fol-
low:
Under the old systemn of member-
shp-as used before .Sept. 1, 1926,
there were hree man classifications[1
-annual members, life members, and4
participating life members.1
SAnnual members were students
enrolled in the University, paying the!
yearly fee, Their membership auto-k1
matically ceased at the end of the1
college -year.1
2. Life members were those who
had paid into te Union a total of1
$50.00 by individual tpyments on
subscription.1
3. Participating lifa!members were1
those who had ade ayments under
their own initiative, of,$10 or more,
but 'not totaling $504.0.
ow Ean NTow I Fore 1
Under the present constitution-theR
Mjans for membership which went into
effect Sept. 1, ,1926-contain for im-
mediate attention two main classifi-
cations.
1. Life members, those entirely paid
'up'to the amount of $50.
2. tudent members, a classification'
which now includes the "student an
naual member" and the "participating,
life member."E
A ian becomes a student member !1
upon the payment of his tuition atd,
the office of the University. The
Union fee of $10 is paid in with thei
lUiversity fees. He is from then on
during the period of that college year
entitled to membership in the Union.
In case of withdrawal from the Un-
iVersity his membership automatical-
* lyr expires.
Must Pay $4
All members becoming student
miembers after Sept. 1, 192, shall be-
come life members upon paying the
sprescribed Union fee for a period of
four years, a totl, of-40. In case
of enrollment in the University (afterI
Sept. 1, 1926) for less than a period
of four years,,a life membership will
ho granted on the payment of the dif-
ferenxce between rthe uinount of Un-
ion fees,. aid in during the periodt
of residence and $50. (n other words,
a life membership will be granted{
for four years of residence after Sept. E
1, 1926 for the amount of $40. In caseI
of one, two, or three 'years of resi-
dence after that date, the total cot
of a life membrship amounts to
$50.)
Any student,' who, before Sept. 1,
1926, made partial payment towards
a life membership subscription as a
participating life member, shall re-
ceive further credit toards his sub-
scription to the fll amount of his
Union fees, at the rate of ten dollarsI
per year for every 'year he is e-
rolled in, the University after the
above date. At. the time of his grad-
uation (or leaving school) a life memi-{
bership will be ;grant d him, pro viddI
a total of $50 has been credited him,
including his old subscription pay-
nments'and Union fees paid since Sept.
1, 1926. In case of payments made,
over and above $50, the excess will
be. rfunded to him.
IN PORT''HUR ON
CITYHOSPITAL1
Circuit sJud e liai e 1 M, rfll YlnDies
After Operadjon 1n4Blood
'ranfsoi ai
Following ,a i lns .'o t.wek, Cir-
cuit Judge arvey,M. Tappan a Michi-
gan alumnus, Pro rnt in legal cir-,
rtes, died yesterday morning at the
Port Huron City hospital. Judge Tap-
pan sank rapidly. following an opera-
Lion on Wednesd~y,anda blod trans-
fusion failed to rally him.
Hle was born in St. ;Clair countyJ
May, 151, and after: his graduation
from the University o.,Michigan prac-
ticed law in St. Clair couty. HeE

was prominent in civic and fraternal
affairs, as at. member' of the St. Clair
county Lar, the Masons and the
Knights of Pythlias.
Judge Tappan was wvidely recogniz-
ed as an exponent of religious tolera-
tion aii'd of leniency toward youthful
crinlinals. hmaehswdw w
Surviving;hn r islio ~
sons, Bruce N. Tappan, v'ice-presidlent
of the U'nited State AMnrtgalge Bond
Co., of Detroit, Gordon1 Tappan, a Port
Huron attorney, and a daughter, Mrs.
John Pilcher of Detroit The funeral
will take place at 2 o'clock of, Tuesday
afternoon, at Lakeside cemetery of
Port Huron.
1NOUTIIWEVSTLU N-ll gistration isl
ro v lTi c! nmr fl f I in iw i tVU7ct~Idnf di-

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