THE MTCHTG N DAILY
TUT I' DAY, PT-,CE-.\f-BTM 4 1927
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1927
With eight members of the depart-
ment of geography attending the
meeting of the Association ofAmner-
scan Geographers being held during
Chriistmas vacation at Nashville,
T'eran., the I1nivor. it y of Michigan will
have one cf the largest delegations at
the convention. Three of the mem-
l(ers of the party will present papers
dligwith their research (luring
rec(,nt years. Prof. Kenneth C. Mc-
1i'.lrry will be on the committee in
charge of the field expedition that is
to beC conducted into the Nashville
basin of Treunesse.
Prof. Preston F. James, whbo with
Prof. McMurry are the only members
of the society, will present a paper
on the Blackstone Valley of MNassa-
chusett s and _Rhode Island where hie
has been currying on research for the
least two sumimers. Robert B3. Hal?
will (deliver an <abstrart from the
thesis he rpreparedl for IsTDoctor of
VIUL ATTEND NATIO1
Philosophy degree on the Seaboard
plane of Haiti. Jerome Thomas, who
is conducting an urban study of the
city of Detroit, will discu is his work
in that hield.
IGeography' departments of all Eas,-
ern and Mid-western schools will he
representedI at this meeting of tae
association being held on TDec. 28, 29,
30, and 31. The; meeting of the assoe-
iation, 'which is primarily an honer
society for men doing research in ge-
ography, is an annual event, the meet-
ing being held in Ann Arbor in 1 922.
Professors James and McMurry are
the only members of the organization.
Others who are attending, including
Edward C. Prophet, Otto Guthe,
Charles Crittenden, H-. M. Kendall,
Thomas, andl hail, will lhe introduced.
by the Mi'chigan members.
Professor Jfames' study of the
Elackstone valley was carried on in
conjunction with the Clark School of
Geography of Worcester and is a sur-
vey of the typical New England man-
foeturing district. Crittenden accom-
panied hint on these trips to the
valley and Professor James will dis-
cuss their work in that district.
YPSILAN TI N(
gates, so that William Thorns '2S.1,, ; THE RAE______
chairman of the Ann Arbor commit-
tee, feels confident that the limit this r.lOI3Y 4ND F 31DAY
year will be reached long before TDec.N NI O
10, on which dlay registrations clos. A NE!NXO
A number of the world's leading I
thinkers in the field of missionaryI "Down The Stretch"
work are to be present to act as
leaders in the varied di scussions I A Ieal .fast race l 1e£.tire
planned. Foremost amcengst these ALSO-t'liarle ° Chase Comedy3
men is Henry Hodgkin, Secretary of S.IPau~4J.IV O.NTE BLUE in
National <,Christian Council of Chine, "Across The Pacific"
leader of British Fellowship of Re-;
concllati~n; 'and Akintu Dipeolu,, of RAE _____
Wept Africa. "I
Christmas Concert, T hursday, Dec. 8.
S. P. Al. SH.ARI' .
200 Mixed Voices, Singing alla Cappela-1 69 Children
Frederick Alexan~der, Conductor
Noels from Czecho-Slovakia; Province and Germ-.ny (17th Cent ury) ;
Old England; Modern, Russia. :Madrigals and Part Songs.
A Kuhnan " Bible-Sonata" (1696) for the Clarichord.
Tickets, ,0~ cents by. mail. fromi Frederick Aiexander, Director
N ornial. Coll serviltory, Ypsil.anti
Patrons standing ins line for tickets on concert night likely to
miss "Prelude," doors then being closed.
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