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THE M4T HTGAN

DATLt_

THUJTRSDAY, DECEMBR 1, 1927.

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APPARACEOF YEAR
G s'iii.lEm 'ibiPl~l at in('oiihiius Fine
hea srs i Ar Wok ad Art ivie
OLDEST CAMPUS JOURNIAL
.1 hr -AMichigaii Technic, quarterly'
publicaf ilo±'o the Colleges of Eugin-
Eceling andIArchitecture, xill makeit
firt h)eraceof the year on the,
P'rof. Willi,,r C. Hoad, professor of
municipal and sanitary engineering in
the 'ee of Engineering has writ-
telW th(.' Olwiiifl article for the No--
vciber ssu."His subject is "The En3-
gileer and i s Relationi to Coan-
nmuiity Life.''
'.he cover design portraying the en-
ftance to the new Un'iversityms nleum.7
wascn by Frederick _if. Aldrich, in-
, t iUtorin fi ree ba 1,k1(Irawing ai
paintring. The fronit"T"( ce, titled "'T,.
Sunse, was dole 1by Herbert:Wts
'21%. Watts is also the contributer
of ain article aldse'veral etci:'gs;
tinder the ti t]e, "DIry Point Etching
and~ the Appreciafion of Prints.''
'Recent Developments in Electric
D~rives for Rolling Mills," by L. A.I
Umansky; "Chemistry in the Desert"
by John E. Theeple; "Trfhe New Wind_
Tunnel" b~y Prof. Felix W. Il'awlowski,
head of the department of aeronaut-
ical engineering; ''Seniors, Jobs, and
Other Things," by 11. J. Burton. Chair-

F ASTROPS AID EIG INPRION REVOLT

YOTlD If H olCOLLEGE GROUPS
YOTr~EA GATHER IN IO WA
DELVERMAN TAKSFOR DISCUSSIONS
D[LIV H Sl illiamn V. I ffeies, G (radnpresident

3any laiiq .tllet 1 }erle(I Sclhedled For
tic-ie +tern ('itie I~lring
Next TenlIDays
WILL ADDRESS ALUMNI
Fielding 11. Yost, director of athi-
letics, wil speak this noon before a
combined meeting of the Lansing lb-

of tl (e Tion, will repseseiit .Micigan
at. the conference of the Alssociation of
College and University Unions, to he
hleld at Iowa City, Ia., today, tomor-
row and Saturday.
This is the eight annual meeting of
the org-anization which is composed of
miii(l'Cthan 25 unions.
Th'le most important act of last
year.'s conference, held at Ithaca, N.

Y.,wa the passing. of a resolution
providlirng that ain inivitation he extend-
ed to theo six college, unions in Eng-
land to) send delegates to the 1929 con-
venition.
A1 special c iflittee wvill report onl
the question of ;adopting the E nglish
system in this country, whereIby a
member of one college union automat-
ically becomies a member of all others.
The Union at Iowa, where the con-
vention dlelegaites will hold their meet-
ings, is one of tlhe finest in the West.
A distinctive feaiture is the large thea-
t er.

I tary and. Kiwanis club,;, and at 2 :30___
o'clock will deliver an adldress before
the state high school association.
Coach Elton E. Wienan also will be
out of the city today, lbeing the prin-g
cipal speaker of the annual civic din- °
ner at Saginaw given for the t wo local
high school football teams.
The next it) days \vill b~e well filled
Iwith banquet engagements for coaches, a
Wieman and Yost. Saturday each will
speak in Kalamazoo before the ban- Iun
quet given in the honor of Lou is Gil-
bert, '28, Michigan's all-Conferentce
half-back, by the Michigan alumni of
Kalamazoo and various civic organ-
izations.
In the intervening dasys the itinerary
of banquets andI speechs includes the 1 204S3.
cities of Cleveland, where Coach Yosts
will speak before a banquet held in
honor of Captain-elect George Rich, Open a!l
Pontiac, Mt. Pleasant, Owosso, and
Bay City. IW",zo:00

Do you kntow?
tthey serve a big combination plate
ich, daily from 11 to 2 for, 40c and
complete dinner, 5 to8 for 50c
at
THE WH-ITE HELIMET

I'bis is a I el eulvI owca of the in- on when a small group of criminals revrolt cost 11 lives, and~ more than 30
sidte of.l PrnS;t 'Irison, FRlsom, seized the place, holding in defiance others wvere wounded.
Cal., a,=; the trop eseiged the pris- other prisoners and guardls. The

Univ.
11 eight

RESTAURANT

Dial 81.91

Delivery Service

COM illMUSEUM CA TALOING
or s' ATE INSTITUTION AT LANSING

SCALP AND BLADE
HOLDS INITIATION

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m~an for Michigan of the
mittee on Co-operation
tionxal Institutions; an
iM. Ostlund, research
AV,21tinghouse Electric

N.E.L.A. Coin- After wor'_in rat the task for seven
with Ed uca- mocnth:.Eero F. Greenman, cura-1
article by 0. totr o? the MJuseum of Anthropology,
engineer of!

terest from early pioneer days includ- Scalp and IBlade* national organiza-
edI the cradle ol" Will Carlton, famous tion for studlents from Buffalo and
Michigan poet, and a stagecoach usedj vicinity attending colleges and univer-
in this state in the opening decade's of jsities, initiated the following 14 men

company onl

has completed thte cataloguing of the

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~Irpor Automiatically Ligntedi by itemismi in h e iigau Mate Pioneer thle nineteenth century. t the recent Fall election: .1. C.
anigPlne; and the fifth of Donal !MIuseum at Lansing. Archaeological relics of the Indian' Schwei;;ert, '31, W. P. Albert, '31, J.
I tainlto laintes' series on indlustriesi The collection, of which Mrs. M. B. days comprise agraprtoteP.ie,'1EC.LDan'3,P.W
o f Mliic h ig a n c o m p le te th e lis t o f -+ e rr _- i s (u r at m , c o m p ris e s a b o u t 1 5 ,-r a a t f t e S e ip l , '3 1 , C . H . i , K e e a h c s n f t e e m s u . S o e m l m n s e p n , C u ~ l n 3 , F . H ,e , '1?. J
Hrecro Iaies' subject is Salt. Ot es eca huado hs uem tn mlmns epnCt~iii n .A ag '30E, C. H.
Wit tis issue, the Technic founded are di;Is es an similar hoiisehoid im- ccernmonials and pottery were (donated G Williams, '31, ,J. H. M\aloney, '30L, F.
in 1082an the oldest of the campus pletnent; ytie'f arIy pioneers. ° E to the museum by James Edinger of 11. Beebe, '3 1E, E.H. Beebe, '31E, 16
llbiea insenters on its 45 year at A ong the~eaie ma; fine examples Hillsdale, Mich., and Col. L. If. Ives, . Schmidt, '31, and G. K. Burns, '29E.
lihgn of Wedeivod edStffordshime ipot- of Jason, Mich. Following tihe initiation, a banquet
tery, me ,,; of them donated by Mrs. wxas tendered to the neophytes at the
MrADISON, Wis.-Final results of Florence >. Babbitt of Ypsilanti, w'ho The pioneer museum is a state insti- Union, IRoy Blass, '29A was toast-
the referendum conducted on the has been collectiang pottecry and dishes tutioll,- under the direction of the mnaster. Speeches were made by L. B.
camupus of the University of Wisconsinmr the past 60( years. A great deal 'Michigan Historical Commission. Prof. Potter, '28E, president; J. H. Maloney,
show that students stand about 10 .to 1of pewi emr, used Us early set tiers in Claude Van Tyne, of the dlepartment i'301 , neop~hyte; l3ert F. Wertmnan,
1 against abolishing optional military this andi other sttes, is included in, of history here, is president of this '28B A, for the chapter; and WV. A.
drill. the collection. (1.Tier articles of ini- commission. Dodge, '127, fuor the alumni.

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ALL WEEK, YES SIR! 4-PERFORMANCES DAILY-A

He Is Pijblically Phrased
By An Authiority In Ann Arbor-
EMIL JANNINGS LS'
IS CHAPLIN, CHANE,BARRYMORE,
HESHOLT, Rolled Into ONE
Presenting A Genius At'W ork
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