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MAY 24, 1928.

THfEMICHIGAN DAILY

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BOARD SPONSORS PLAN
Pol i y Of iz iu New Staff W rite
Own Copy Will Be Practiced
Thro 1ghutt Year
NO CHANGE MADE IN PRICE
Proposed plans for rewriting all
ne ws for the Michigan Weekly for
1928-229, rather thian reprinting from
The Daily as has been the practice
during its first year in existence, will
hc dlnlirtely put into practice, it was
i1nnou1n1iced yesterday.
The plan will be carried out
throughout the entire year, beginning
next fall. The approval by Prof. Ed-
'on RI. Sunderland, of the Law school,
businessumanager of the Board, of the
iin;uicial plans was disclosed by J.
Stewvart Hooker, '29, mianaging editor.
('onsideration was given the possi-
bility of making the Weekly a five
colinin paper next year, but it was de-
cidectlrnot to act on this matter until
the subscription campaign is conclud-
Th e work of writing news for the
Weekly will be done by the new staff
recently organized by Hooker. The
'taff c: nsists of a literary editor, a
sports editor, seven associ;ate editors
and five reporters.,
This year's humor column taken
from the Toasted Rolls column of The
Daily, will be rej'lya.ced next year by a
"CampTus Comment" coluimnn, summar-
izing the important events of the week
on the campuis. It was felt thnit this
w"*ul appeal more to outsiders.
Alihough a number of changes are
being made and ra complete new staff
organized, the subscription price will
be the same, $1.25 for the year, tac-
cording to Raymond J. Wachter, busi-"
ess manager of the Weekly. Sub-
scriptions will be accepted at the
Press building until the end of the
neester, during the summer, jaud a
campaig will be conducted next fal .
The first staff meeting of the Week-
ly will be held at 4:30 o'clock this
afternoon in the Press building.
WAS.HINGTON, May 22. Confi-
d-t nce that Frank 0. Lowden would be
nominated at Kansas City was ex-
pressed here tonight by Clarence F.
Buck, his campaign' mandger, who
said he was convinced Republican
party laders and delegates would.
turn to the former Illinois governor
as the presidential nominee who could

HOUSING SCHEME
MEETS SUCCESS
A new plan of housing for alumni
during the week end of Alumni reun-
ion and commencement seems ,already
to have met a success with the ian-
nouhce ment that six campus fraterni-
ties have thus far consented to open
their houses to the alumni. Other
groups have not been heard from yet
but it is expected that several more
will offer their houses to the old
grads.
The two women's dormitories, Betsy
Barbour and Helen Newberry are to
be occupicd by the members of the
classes of '93 and '03 according to
present plans. All room's in the Union
have been sold for two months and the
town is being surveyed for other
rooms for rent by the visitors.
The idea of the new plian which is
being tried for the first time is to pro-
vide a more comf~rtable place for the
classes to hold their reunions to 'sub-
stitute for the barren, uncomfortable
classrooms. The alumni and their
wives are to move into the various
fraternity houses by classes and their
class gatherings can be held in the
house.
CALIFORNIA - Various Masonic
chapters in California have pledged
financial support to the proposed club-
house to be built on the new Univer-
sity campus.
TULANE-A new literary society is
being organized with the purposein
mins of discussing classical writ-
ings.

OSBORN IS MENTION ED LINDBERGH WILL
FOR VICE-PRESIDENCY ACCEPTPOSITION Lfl AD Lii
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, May 22.-Col. Charles AVE UNIYIi IT

A. Lindbergh, who has acceptedcthe
chairmanship of the technical coin-
mittee of the Transcontiental Air
Transport, Inc., will, with his assoc-
iates, have supervision of all matters
concerning choice of equipment, field,
general service, flying routes, and
safety appliances for the recently
formed organization.
Transcontinental Air Transport,
Inc., was formed two weeks ago for
the purpose of providing 48 hour
air-rail between New York and the
Pacific coast. The plan calls for air
travel by day and train by night.
COLORADO-A special "fun for all
lay" has been set aside at this uni-
versity.

Two professors of aeronautical en-
gineering, Lawrence V. Kerber and
Edward A. Stalker, will leave the
University f or Washington, D. C., June
15, it was announced yesterday at the
office of Prof. Herbert C. Sadler, dean
of the engineering college.
The two men have been appointed to
assist the department of commerce in
checking engineering data submitted
by aircraft manufacturers for approv-
ed type certificates.
Clarence M. Young, chief of the
aeronautics branch of the department
of commerce, recently advised the two
professors that their aid was need-
ed in bringing up to date the appli-
cations pending fortapproved certifi-
cates.

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Chase S. Osborn
Endorsed by the Michigan conven-
tion of thenRepublican party recently
for the nomination of vice-president
when the nmation;aj delegates coinvene
at Kanstas City. Osborn i's a resident
of Sault Ste. Marie.
OHIO WESLEYAN- Will Rogers,
nationally known humorist, has been
secured to speak here next winter.

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