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March 13, 1929 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

Appointment Of New CAMPUS LOSES F
Professor To Arts WIT H DEATH
ANNSCES PROORA S Staff Is Announced THIRD ROUND DEBATES Another traditional figure oft
Avard Tennyson Fairbanks WillM
FOR Michigan campus has become
Come Here This Spring As Sixteen Teams Survive First Two a memory of the past. o
Professor of Sculpture Meets In Long Series of 'Boots," for nine years the belov
Elimination Contests
SECRETARY RASH DISCLOSES Prof. Avard Tennyson Fairbanks, mascot of a State street fraternit
PLANS FOR JUNE 1929 assistant professor of fine arts at died last Monday morning in
PLUMNI MEETIGS ' the University of Oregon since PLAN FOR FINAL DEBATE
AL1920, will come to the University veterinarian hospital. He had bee
this spring as associate professor Sixteen high schools, surviving placed under care last week fo
BASEBALL GAME FEATURED of sculpture in the division of fine the first two rounds of the elimin- lowing a serious encounter with
arts, it was announced yesterday. ation debate series, are paired to motor car. Due to his great v
Intention Of Participating In This He will work with small groups meet Friday, March 15, to fight toi
Year's Commencement Already who are interested in creative remain in the running for the tality in recovering from oth
Voiced By 20 Classes sculpturing, and although his state title debate which will be such injuries his condition was n
courses will probably not be of- held in Hill auditorium Friday, considered serious, but the cons
Announcement has just been fered until next fall, it is expected April 26, according to Prof. G. E. quent internal conditions resultin
made of the entire general pro- that Prof. Fairbanks will give talks Densmore, manager of the Michi- from the -accident proved to be
on the campus this spring. gan High School Debating League.
gram for all closs reunions for Prof. Fairbanks is a native of For the third series, Cheboygan little too steep for the stubborn o
June, 1929, in a mimeographed Utah, and studied under such ar- will entertain Ishpeming; Grand veteran.
sheet which is being sent out from tists as James E. Fraser, Charles Rapids South-Manistee; Kala-
the Alumni Association offices by W. Knight, and Jean Antoine In- mazoo Normal high-Coopersville; NEWBERRY TELLS
Charles J. Rash, council secretary galbert. In 1925 he took his bach- Midland-Mason; Flint Northern -'- " .
of the organization. elor of fine arts degree at Yale. Oxford; Armada-Lapeer; Birming- ACCRUING F
Up to the present time, twenty Memorial monuments for the ham-Milan; Trenton-Royal Oak.
classeshve aresgnifed teir states of Idaho, Utah, and Oregon Only one series remains before Michigan's young men betwe
intentions to hold class reunions are among his work. Other of his fousurvi of e preliminary the ages of 17 and 24 years will
intentions to ~creations include The Blessing of debates will enter the semi-finalsgeof1an24yrswl1
this Spring and many others are Joseph Hawaiian Motherhood at to determine those teams which given the additional opportuni
expectosephaHawaiianmMotherhood at toldeterminefthosesteamsewhic
expected to announce meetings in Laie Oahu Hawaii a bust of Ezra will speak here for the state title. of a life out of doors as well as
the near future. Included among Meeker, and Memorial to Pioneer The league is formed from 64 month's free vacation on the go
those already made public are "get- Mothers in Esther Short park, teams ranking highest in the first enent's expense, according
togethers" of classes from 1873 to Vancouver, Washington. At pres-. inter-scholastic debates held in the Phelps Newberry, civilian aide
1924. ent he is finishing a piece of work fall, the state's two Citizens Milita
This year's Alumni Reunion offi in Los Angeles. Prof. Densmore reports that the Training camps. Newberry stat
cially begins with general registra- In 1927 and 1928 Prof. Fairbanks championship debate will be free, that over 1,500 places will be avai
o was awarded a fellowship withwith special plans being made to able during the 1929 summer se
I The twenty alumni classes the Guggenheim Memorial foun- encourage attendance of students isions at Fort Brady and Cam
which have already announced t n h to do creative sculpture in from high schools in all parts of Custer, while 500 more young m
reunions for this year include: Europe. the state. Last year 3,000 high can be taken care of in mid-wes
I '73, '79, '89, '89L, '94, '99L, '03L, pschool students attended the de ern localities other than in Mich
I '04, '04E, '04L, '04M, '09M, '14L, I bate, representing 31 schools. An gan.
'19, '19L, '20E, '21E, '22, '22D, '24. Buy an 'Ensian subscription now even larger number is hoped for The 1929 camps will open o
Sora y wthe coming debate this year. July 19 -and will extend throu
tionin ngel Hal, hurdayreceiving a copy in the spring.
ion in Angell Hall, Thursdayr nh During the day, tours of the August until the 17th. Fort Bra
morning, June 13. Included among campus will be conducted for the will take care of between 200 a
the features of the 1929 program Aid The Damage Fund Today benefit of' high school students. 300 young men, while Camp Cu
are two baseball games between
the University of Michigan and
Michigan -State college, which is
known to the older alumni as Mich-
igan Agricultural college, and an
Alumni Sing which will be held on STARTING
the steps of Angell Hall, Friday
night, June 14. TODAY
The alumni groups, most of
whom will remain in Ann Arbor to
attend the eighty-fifth annual The"Art-of-te-Films
Commencement on Monday, June
17, will also be present at the for-
mal dedication of the Michigan
League building which is scheduled
for Saturday morning, June 15.
Exact times for the events in the' W e AskYouFrankly
general program have not yet been
decided but will soon be announced
according to Mr. Rash.
Buy an 'Ensian subscription now
for $5.50, and you will be sure of COLD ANYTHING
receiving a copy in the spring. BE SWEETER
Detroit Theaters He
He nherited
SHUBERTa
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Nights, 75c to $3.00; Pop. Mats.
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Musical Comedy Ten-Strike
in'-the
LUCKEE GIRL Love starved from years in the
wilds of Africa, he is willed a
beautiful opera star.
Strange, isn't it?
But strwager still are the hap-
penings when he tries to collect
his heritage from another man.
It's MIV on Sills at his sterling e

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MILIAR FIGURE Wisconsin Professor
2F AIRDALE "BOOTS" To Address Meeting
Prof. 'A. T. Weaver of the Ulni-
he In 1919 a little, airdale pup was versity of Wisconsin, willspeaks
presented to the fraternity by here in connection with a special
"Shorty" Longman, formerly coach public speaking conference planned
Ld of Notre Dame and member of the by the Michigan Schoolmasters
edfamous Michigan point-a-minute Club which meets on the Michigan
football team. This pup was des- Campus during the last of April.
y, tined to become "King of the Mich- The conference has been planned
a igan campus." This title which hel in conjunction with the Twelfth
won" was no mere nom-de-plume. Annual state high school cham-
en It was decided by many glorious pionship debate, it is announced.
l- battles with other canine contend-
a ers of the campus. Often during
i- the nine proud years of his life
Boots' claim to the .throne was NOW
er challenged, but never did the gal
ot lant old king succumb to .an up- SHOWING-
e- start. Death has brought him to
g the end of his long reign.
a Boots is dead, but his memory
will remain indelibly impressed
ld upon the minds of many Michigan
men.
OF ADVANTAGES
ROM C. M. T. C. CAMPSr
en ter's quota has been raised by 400
be over last year's total. The change
ty was necessitated by the great num-
a ber of applicants who failed to find
v- a place available after tardy at-
to tempts to enroll.
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