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;IVEDNESDAY, PET3RIARY 15, 1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TI1R]~
CAPTAIN GEORGE H. WILKiNS TESTS ,~"" IAIIII

PLAN NEW SECTIONS'
FOB ANNUAL MEETING,
rO MICHIGAN ACADEMYE{
VAPERI t TAIlING TO 'I () ASI
SUBJEC'TS WILL 1BEIREAD
To SOCIETY
EXHIBIT WILL BE FEATURE
Miauny Uniersity Faculty Men To e~
sections Io Twenty-Third
A cad~emzy Meeting
The twenty-thirdt annual meeting of
the Michigan Academy of Science,
Arts and Letters will be held in Ann
Arbor on March 29, 30 and 31, it has just
been announced. At that time papers
will, be heard on various subjects re-.
lating to the work of the academy.
Two new sections have been pro-
posed for the coming meeting, one in
forestry and the other in fine arts.;
The forestry section has been approv-
ed by the council and will be organiz-
ed at the annual meeting. Titles of
papers in forestry should be addrs4
ed to Prof. John C. DeCamp,.-of Mich-
igan State college at Lansing, who has !
been appointed temporary chairmanIc
of the new forestry section. Paul<
Honore, Scarab club, Detroit, has1
been namedl temporary chairman of t
the fine arts section.
Should Sumit Titles7
Members of the academy are re-
quested to send to the chairmen of
the proper sections the titles of pa-I
pers which they will present at thet
meeting, it is announced. It ikde-_
sired that the length of time required
for presenting each paper be stated
and also whether the use of a projec-
tion apparatus is, needed. Titles of
all papers shoul be in the hands of
sectional chairman by Feb. 15 in
order to appear in the program.
Following is. the list of chairmen I
,of the several sections: Anthropology,1
;Prof. W. H. Worrell, Michigan; Bot-
any, Prof. Bradley M. Davis, Michi-
grin; Economics and Sociology, Dr.
J. V. Van Sickle, Michigan; Geogra-
Aphy, Prof Jerome Thomas, City col-
lege, Detroit; Geology and Mineral-
ogy, Prof. S. G. Berguist, M. S. C.,
East Lansing; History and Political
Science, Dr. Paul Cuncannon, Michi-I
gan; Language and Literature, Dr.
Louis 1. Bredvold, Michigan; Mathe-
matics, Prof. Alfred L. Nedson, City
college, Detroit; Psychology, Prof. C.
H. Griffitts, Michigan; Sanitary and
Medical Science, Dr. Malcolm H.
Soule, Michigan; Zoology, Dr. Carl
L. Inubbs, Michigan.
.One of the features of the meeting
will be the annual exhibit. The first
meeting will be_.given over entirely to
this event, which will be held in the
exhibition wing of the inew Museum.
SUSPEND STUDENT FOR
VIOLATION OF AUTO BAN
Frank Michelson, '30, has been sus-
pendeti from the university for driv-
ing a car without registering it over
the week-end of the J-Hop, it was an-
nounced recently from the office of
J. A. Bursley, dean of students. The
action came after consideration of the
case by the University Discipline com-
mittee, and the ,suspension is effective
for the rest of the school year
CONGRESSTAKES REST
(hy Associated Press.)
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14-Harrassed
echoes that lurked in the crners of
the House and Senate chambers took
to week-end rest as Congress
stood in recess. Only committees
labored with the nountains of legis-
lative business awaiting action, and

even they accomplished little of a
definite nature in preparing important
bills for their floor hearing.
Appearance of John D. Rockefeller,
Jr., and decisions to invite Will H.
Hayes, movie czar and former Repub-
lican national committee chairman,;
to come next week 'shared in interest
beCfore the Teapot Dome investigating
committee. The financier, while corn-
mending wholeheartedly the commit-
tee's work, could tell it nothing of
the Liberty bond transactions it is
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Prof. Ivan V. Sims, of the Schlool of
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