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March 02, 1929 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1929-03-02

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-xz ,**.*i*Tryouts were told to stand back--
4 { "t~ t .. " ;" : v"'GC3 S \ { Tn , -.
Fe..; r°.; and cover their eyes, women and J. B. Edmonson, dean of the!
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S. ( ... ~children were herded out of th School of Education, returned to
;>x: +ieeeytig fvlu a Ann Arbor Thursday after attend-
} ;: <: }: office, everyingttehNatinalfEucalioeasso
......oedot}f.ageCuiosyiatonwhich met in ,Cleveland
, : , . . . ., ": " : ".!5 ' i A : :''( : ' 'L 1 : N ': ' L .} "{ , :p a c k a g e f r om,"{h isK Md e s k.tiH e p utrih is; ;1:s e a r c h i n- -S e c o n d a ryod aE d u c a t i o no n
\ . xtThis committee is comprised of. 25
Eear next to the. heavy brown paper 1membesrpsntgvaiun-
in.hicitwa wrppe.exec- Itioal re n vduaioaussoi-
": r_ in hich t wa wrap ed ex ect- t onaling, he explained, to hear the tick- ciations tretl ed uc t o in high school
;. ing of a clock on a time bomb. and college problems. Thisco-
Litngtecoe ro t pae mittee agreed to aid the United
he gazed at the contents of the Sttscm.soe g dcto
mysterious ampackage, and stepped in carrin g forward a nation -wide
back in amazement. On closer in- s~dy 'and survey of high Schools
.s pection those who had gathered jItn Aio enE osni i
round found five hats of various InAri .en dono son
shades and materials evidently toteUneriyfVrgiaoa-
discarded by their former owner.'tn h xctv
;;, j mV4eetin ftinlage cmrite a
Ripinga letter from its }con- eto ttelre or~tea
"; 4 .:: , ' .,: >'"tamter it was learned that some: which time p axis'o r~nzto
: great philanthropist, who chose to adato ilb ae h
.0o-.>.~. sign himself Prof. R. Suppard, had, oe o hswokw~rcnl
;a ;.>; { k t, . ,.\been in Ann Arbor and had seen aprprae b onr.
> \ .5x a great many young men pacing tltll~tllllll~l#itttl~l
^ ':':. .. : . =" -.: ; bare-headed. along the streets. HeA
ax took the matter up with -his family D N I N G
.. : ' ,"physician whom he quotes thus: -
~ . .* ~0 "Don't worry about those fellows; a h
,:{> .;. : "" k.:.;.nothing will affect their heads," _
althen he adds, "as there is I 1111'
Above is .pictured the lands in Rome wherein Pope Pius has completie and inviolate authority. Hesggetdta h hats might . ver"
The above photograph is the first of its kind to mark in the exact boundaries of: the vatican domain be passed out where needed, and
To the right of the dome of St. Peter's cathedral can be seen the Vaticai' itself. that the straw kelly might be given adnesdayan"
The granting of the territory' to be ruled by his holiness in th e namne of the Church is the cul- toaFeha.H^losae htS-
imination of, a long-enduring rift between II Duce and the Pope. The antagonism was very re- "The Lord loveth a cheerful giver." Saturday N"ite
cently settled after the Pope declared that he was a prisoner of Mussolini within the Vatican. !"in spite of the. good intentions'S
- - - , hic wer pr bab y h s," aid the P a e o nt l og cal M us uassistantd A s Ucityosteditorasist ncom m enting, om m nP a rkE aPk P a n
Paleotoloical useu Estblishd AsUnit ast ear;of the gift and the giver, it might ____-
I aeI r C r O iiion Specializing In Fossilsl be well if people could be made to f
Th uemo aenooya etcy n ntefsi es o ftee~r iiinadcr-realize that this is a newspaper'~ Everybody .:
The useu of aleotoloy asKentckyand n th fosil bdofficef notei'iSalvation ad cAr-myfihead-tSalvWeoncomehead
'a distinct unit of the group ofI of the West, mostly in' the. tor of vertebrate fossils, includes ( quarters."Wt° On-
University, Museums was establish- Southwest. These expeditions have Prof. G.' M. Ehlers, curator of in- I I~ltttllgitltlltt[~I11ttt
ed for the first time last year, when, succeeded in obtaining a large vertebrate paleontology, Dr. L. B. 'trner has done some fine work in _ hIiIUIII~Ilhl~llII~IIIut
' all the museums were removed to quantity of both invertebrate and Kellum, curator of Mesozoic and1 preparing and mounting the spec- 1 iiltlltltiIltIltHliittilttiltli!II
the new museum building on vertebrate material. senozoic paleontology, (Dr. Kellum mntems aubeo hc
astnwaeu;but it had its etert material,a dedt h saftisya, are specimlens of Permia and,5 =U~
origins in the geology museumI Some of the material obtained; W. H. ,Buettner, preparateur of ITriassic fossils obtained on several1
which was one of the group of 1"on h xeiin has been placed :paleontology specimens, Dr°. C. A. epdtos
'museums in the old museum build-fin the collections, and a large Arnold, curator of paleo-botany, }}__________________
ing, until in 1909, the geology de- C amount of~ it has been exchanged! and John Gialley librarian and cat- Dtot Tetr
partment took over the collections. for fossils from institutions both -in Ialoguer.. , coecion aeelacdroit____Theaters'_________
the -United States, and, in foreign'Mosto
Professor William. Herbert Hobbs coutris.theoesuttietlcoltelIections____are___placed_____
I eaeha ftegeology' de- diiinhsotie.pcmn on the lower floor where they are
parmen in190. ad i 197 Po-from Australia, New Zealand, Sici-j available for students, and visiting
(fso .C ae h rsn i ly England, and most of the, in- investigators. But a sufficient por-~T EA R
recorofth mseu o plen-stitutions in this county. TheI tion of the collections have been,
tology, took up his duties as pro-f catalogued itenj ; in the museum of ,and ar e. being placed on exhibition( Begning SunLe, Feb. 24
fessor of paleontology. With the plotog nw'um raot in h a~ehbto omo h aie Wednesday & Saturday
coming of Professor- Case to the j aenooy o ubrabu nteehiiinrH o h ai eLEAYSI
Unvriy teews ortefrt11,000. specimens,, and there is ± Museum wfth the idea of illustrat-HE NHA S
tnamaintegooydpr-about a fourth of this amount yet ing pto the general public the de-j in the _Unforettable Driama Ir
Iment whose interests were primar-. to ,b ectaff ued. sMsemui, tvendopent of plant and animal life, O T
ily in paleontology. Professor Case TesafothsMeu uaidhe process of evolution so far , Q
revised and treated to modern! besides Dr. Case who is both direc-; as paleontology illustrates it. Buet -___________________
museum methods the large series
of unassorted fossils which the
gelology department had in its Ir . ! f f,?PJC C
collections. x UwoT4 rld z wat;!t
<. -
Dr. Case was especially interest;'5
ed' in obtaining vertebrate fossils, =
which up to ^ his time the collec-
tions did not contain, and so be-
ginning in 1908. there were organ-
ized expeditions ,which yearly went;TeAr
out from the geology eprten
to collect fossils. These expedi-''o h
Lions have been made in Michiganfls, K L
Corona, Underwood O E I G~L 7
Remington. Royals.0
We have all makes. W n e !el o eGETESTA.
Colored duco finishes. Price $G4 I'orge W -te AWlc m ehSr~ne . * THPJLLS ;I1
I'~ Nickels gArcad~e Poe 6.. ........ .: .;.... .-.... .OTASCEN..

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will again publish a pamphlet giv-
ing full information concerning;
holiday courses which will be given
in Europe next summer.
The' pamphlet will contain in-
formation concerning where thc
courses will be held, subjects of in-
s truction, fees, diplomas awarded.
facilities for 'travel and residence,
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whom 'the' inquiries may be ad-
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