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IS MEN HUNT BRITISH LION IN LIBRARY
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THEMICIA DAILYJ

'eideiiL Aniizi~tt09Local .Avsory
Comnmitt ee For ollege Current
' {LrvejitCollgpeition.
BROWN TO BE IN CHARGE
Four members of the fiacuty have
been appointed, by President Clarence
Cook Little to assist Prof. Everett S.
Brown of the political science depart-
14et, as the local advisory committee
for-the New York( Times Intcolleg-
iate Current Events contest.
Prof. Peston W. Slosso,' of the
history department, Prof. 'John L.
.. rumm, of the journalism department,
Prof. John V. Vant Sickle, of the econ-
omics department, aul Waldo M.
Abbot, of the rhetoric delartment, all
having served. on the committee last
year, were again appointed.
The contest this year is the third
annual one to lbe held under the
suprvisin of the New York Times
and is open to any undergraduate of
the University who has not completed
four years of college work since grad-
nation from~ his preparatory school.
The contest will e held April 27, 192,
and will include all events from May 1,
1927 until the date of the contest.
At a meeting of the committee,
which was hield on Minday, it was
decided to divide the local prize of
$250 into three pries of $5, $75, and
$25. This was done ii order to sin-
ulate interest among the studeit body
in 'hopes that the number of entriesF
might be increasedl and then to give
the students a better opportunity of
winning one of the pries. The second
prize of $75, will be awarded to the
sophomore 'or freshman making the
highest grade in the examination as
last year one-third of the -entrants
were underclassmen, and it is hoped
that this year- more might enter.:
Only the first prize winner at each of
the 20 contesthg universities is dis-
qualified from fu ure competition for
the prizes, for under the new arrang-
mnent, which was suggested for this i
year, the second and third prize win- '
Tiers will not be: eliminated from fu-
tre contests.
Anyone who is interested in enter-
ipg the contest or who desires furtheri
~information regarding the contest is
requested to gt in touch with Profes-,
sor Brown or some other member of
the committee.
HOLD EDUCATION CLUB
DISCUSSION' AT UNION
The recent symposium of feelings
and emotions held "at Wittenberg col-I
lege in Ohio was the subject of an in-
formal discussion by the men's Edu-
cation club meeting Tuesday night at
the Union.
Prof. William C. Vrow and Howard
Y. McCusky, of the. department of
educational psychology, spoke on the
papers which seemed to them to bef
the outstanding contributions at thej
seminar. Besides these men from the
School of Education, there also attend-'
ed Profs. Walter B. Pillsbury and
Charles H. Griffiths, of the depart-
mnent of psychology and Willard C.
Greene, an assistant in the University
museum.
Professor McCusky said that the
symposium, marked one of the g eat-,
est get-togethers in the history ofj
psychology in the United States.
Albert Ohlinger, professor in edu- !
cational psychology at Ypsilanti Nor-
mal .college and agraduate student at
the Uiversity also spoke.
IASIDY

Its a ajiirvnaJ1

- _ Iighh (lool ls(1of Ann Arbor will
Afrll ong-h1asmlwl town llill t self, Ann,;?uW have t he use of the Unio~n sim-
Arbor is oalt -imixnlei 1 bloI) cly 31 imug 1)00. Ti~ jlgfrel
1(-ith' illte titiiiIedS Ie, l ~h~dllCl hm h15 een'] gran'( ted l~yte
Wh hrI 21-7.' hs hV-pI md1) oa '( i tf ile(ctors ;of Il, the aion.:f 1 ttlI
th11o, 9io: 4te14 enwor(eq neSt of i)1. IMargatret Bell, 1ro'e?.-
ari t cit (. All I)ut' 1 ol I hem a Ir'e ;toi t o physical (edu(aIiion.
t31)tlee' '( ted w i. ie I i'('lye isP y U ranting of l dates1andiuse of Unt Iion
T he 1na11es o offesIgvLfcliie rt)t he acl vtls s ,also
show °the hmdiv idity f t ;'hew menl. annunced by l the dtirlect ors . IOn No-
There ( are 27 uiversit Y professors, 1vembI~Er 22, the tUion ii lll sponsor :a
ati niiine clilege(poh ssors Some of l)allquet ,in honor of Mie'hig'.ls foot-
th( e)rpretaive(s are engin eers, 1ball teamn. The Pmn-hlle1(nic bhall Nwillsom ii c11of01 11ca,1w1((1llteUonhlro tr')
construc('tve(, or2ar1chitec t l (ew',11- dcILys 11later, ovember 2 .1:.The fir'st
I cers. Prac(tically evey dpartmel(nt is anld most imll-nt ~llstep of fthe alumni
l'ejprcsented(1 most by oneo matn, som11e: 0 the clalss of '27 will be anl luni
by several, dinner, at OwtheUidonon Januarty _21,
iThe birthl places of these nlotables 1928. This fund ion will take Ila(c inl
as given in Who' Who, show t hat the the assembly hall of the U~nion, and
Lniversity, of AMihin draws on prat-I no dance will be held in the ballroom
tically everyste for its instructors, on this (late.

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crouching behind l)okl s inz schools and libraries. Here is a picture of his aniti-
Br;'ithbo n sgtosi actioii, trying to()examnine 8),000 history books or
so in the public libraryv seated is U. .J. (sport) llerrmiann, theantre manager'
andspotsanasWell as ai member of the library hoard, and, standing, formn-
er Congressman John J. Giormnan, whose testimony before the school board
brought on a $1[00,000 libel suit against him by Professor David Laville
Mugzzey, historian, of Columbia University.

GUILTY-OF LOVE!

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