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FOU SEEHE MDECosmopolitan. Club
SP[[CHI 11 o HearVibber: On
OIWEKL. 9Il ' New Student rends,

Short. Wave Stations, Ophthalmol-
ogy, And Community Health
Nursing, Comprise Broadcast
MAIUDY. LEADS ENSEMBLE
Four schools and departments of
the University were represented on
the weekly Michigan, Night radioj
program which was broadcast last'
night through station WJR, Die-+
troit. Besides the speeches, thel
School of Music string ensemble1
rendered several musical selec-
tions.
Lieut. Richard, Schlosberg, pro-
fessor. of military. science and tac-
tics, spoke, on :the subject of "Short
wave Stations"..The station which'
" is located in the Engineering
building, Lieutenant: Schlosberg
stated, is able to keep. in good
communication with the various
expeditions sent. out by the Uni-
versity for purposes, of research.
The University .is constantly in
touch. with the 'Oreenland expedi-
tion, with the Lamont, astronom~ic-
al observatory in South Africa, as,
well as with the Byrd expedition
and~ San Salvadore. Lieutenant
Schlosberg added* that, through the,
medium' of' short wave, reception
sets radio listeners in the, near.
f uture will be able to tune in = on'
programs, transmitted from Ber-
lin, Paris and Madrid'. with as1
much ease as, they hear Detroit at
present..
Joseph E. Maddy, head of the'f
public school music department of
thie University 'School of Music,I
explained the purposes,.aid ac- I
complishments., of the national
high school orchestra camp held
at Lake Interlocken, Michigan.' Mr.
Middy also directed the string en-
semble in its. musical presenta-
tions.
At The Medical School '
Prof. :George, Slocum discussed
"Some Popular MisconceptionsI
Concerning the Eyes". Dr. So-
cumn asserted that glasses are not
dlesigned primarily to improve the l
vision of the wearer, but to- protect
his eyes and to strengthen' them.f
Barbara H. 'Bartlett, professor of
p~ublic 'health- nursing, who. is in-!'
erested in the,..problems o ' crn
tiunity and rural health nursing,
d~escribed methods and results to:j
b~e sought after. in this field. f.

ivte rrotessrwig Discuss Lit I~
Or American..Students In.

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French Schools.

Prof. Charles B. Vibbert, of r the
philosophy 'department, 'Will: speak
on "The New Trend in. Interna-1
tional Student Life" at the. initia-
tion meeting of the Cosmopolitan
club., at 8 o'clock, Saturday 'even-
~ing in Lane ilall. The meeting is
open to all _who' are interested. All
members are urged to attend.'
I Professor, Vibbert will discuss the
University of 'FIaris, where, he
worked for so. time. The uni-
versity, which has a total enroll-
Iment of 26,000 students, has about
9,00Q foreign students,' including a,
large delegation, of Americans.
'The university and the Fren~ch
government encourage students
from other lands,,, and the: govern-
meat has recently given to th'e use
of these .students a large plot of.
J ground for the, building of: in-
dividual dormitories.
Seniors May Compete
In New Es aY Contest~
Seniors in the literary{ college. are.
eligible to. compete for :k new prize:
do one' hundred dollars for the best.
~essay in the field of economics and.
sociology, according. to an' an-
nouncement yesterday by Prof. I.
L. Sharfman, head of the economic
department. A. M: Todd of Kala-1
mazoo has donated the; award.
Any subject in the. two fields ,may
be chosen' by. the- contestants, sub-.
j ect to the approval of the,. com-
mittee*.in' charge consisting of Pro-r
fessors Carter 'Goodrich, Lowell J.
Carr, and Charles F. Remer.
New Two CentStnp
INot To. Be Sold Her
The new two cent stamp comme-i
morating the capture 'of Fort Vin-
fcennes b'y George Rogers Clarke
will not be' available at the...Ann
Arbor post office according to, an
announcement made yesterday by
Postmaster Philip C. ack.;
The new issue, which is' printed,
in red and black, is said to beon
of the most attractive. ever put out
by the post "office. It' shows. the
surre'nder 'of the' Fort to George
Rogers Clarke'.

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[I SCREEN REFLECTIONS*
Timberg Scores! lieve that the poesoyh ih
Herman Timberg continues his, igan box office did not feel justi-
dispensation of' variety entertain-! fled in making 'a huge expendi-
ment at the Michigan. According ture on the c~lluloid end of theI
to the blushing, acquiescence of tbill- They would have done better
the 17 poit type advertisements, to leave it out altogether.
the show is disparate' dissimilar',' . B. B., Jr.
divergent,' nonidentical, un match-'
enew, uiique,, novel, original, Not So +Good.
1and in no way comparable to the If you want proof that the talk-j
bil11 which preceded' it. We do not ing pictures due a week from next
desire to go' on record as concur-,j Sunday at the Wuerth are 'bound
'ring in this opinion, but we have'Ito ble better entertainment than
no rabid "obiection. to admittjing' many of the silent films, go down
that the 1l.' Timberg's offering and see. "Avalanche" today or .to-j
proved. to: be. amiable, 'and at mo- morrow at the Wuerth. It'sa
:rents ;captivating, good picture-to stay away from.!
One.. Barbara Blair, a crooner ofj Zane QGrey must be getting pret-j
melodis, {mlodie of ,sorts)j ty .bad in his old age ,for this latest I
through astute manipulation* of effort of his hasn't got enough ex- j
1her voice managed to produce aI citement to keep you awake.i
prurience, a .monomania; in the dfack Holt, Baclanova ("Forgo tten i.
audience. whic~h at times threaten-j Faces"), and Doris Dawson take'
ed to stop' the 'show. Fortunately part in this efeeble plot which has
for the 'show, for the Mlle. Blair, a strong resemblance to "The
and for the' audience, the embry- jfarker."
'onic uprising' did not flower, into Movietone and Vitaphone instal-
maturity.' All of which ' leads us lation is going on rapidly. at th,h
to advise that. if you happenr to be downtown theater and will be inj
in,' the need of stimulation then go readiness for opening on March ,
to 'the Michigan. '!24.-'The first feature under the'!
~The idea (if any) Iurking in thej new regime has not yet been an-
recesses of :' the 'Timberg cerebral nounced.
cavity: seemed to be travesty on'NerTeBdr
college life.' At least that is the Mr. Fox's Detroit Fox has an all-
imrpressioin we 'gathered"'from the talker coming tomorrow that gives'
wide trousers, the inane expre&. I.promise of being one of the best
sions, and the, . polysyllabic phras- produced to date. It's title...
inig accompanying various remarks shhh i..is "Speakeasy" and the
which questioned the value of, locale is dear old New York. In-
higher education.:Idetly, the weekly stage pres-
The less said aboutth mi ' eI otations at' the Fox are the most!
I te. reaer avo w th e movie pretentious and lavish 'we've ever~
with the'Michiggn' maagement. come across.
It is one of the' more outstanding -B. J.A.
reasons why the moving picture I ____________
~industry. has fallen into' disrepute..
Taking all the' evidence' into con-'
sidleration, i. e., the price of ad-! OjG 1
mission,, the unquestionably large
Timberg emolument, and .the price! tiil A dioru
Of movies, we would be led to be - ' '
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how he enjoyed. the breakfast egg, that timid
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