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March 23, 1929 - Image 2

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THE MICHI*G.AN

DAILY

SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1921

POPE PIUS XI MAKES PLANS TO VISIT CLOISTER
OF MONTECASSINO AS FIRST TRIP FROM VATICAN
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Pope Pius XI, left, is planning a trip to the cloister of Montecassino, which lies between Rome and
Naples, as the first spot which he will visit outside the Vatican. This visit of the Pope celebrates
the {600th annoversary of Saint Benedict. The cloister s shown on the right.

IPUNIVERSITY CONDUCTS WORK
OIMO[ IIhog ON EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAF
'BOJANIICAL 'IE H Although miniature aircraft con- activities of Scribe at present will
struction and flying is a branch of provide material for his chatauqua
xr ar+slectures to be delivered next sum-
Announcement has come from the experimental aeronautics that is Imer in the larger cities of Eastern
museum of anthropology that Mel- not commonly recognized as an or- United States.
vin R. Gilmore, ethno-botanist, who ganized part of the curricula of the For many years the construction
spoke here recently on the Michil university, at the present time A. and flight of miniature ' aircraft
gan Academy of Science prgram, F. Scribe, a pioneer in that field, has been left to a few highly in-
has been engaged temporarily to is conducting research work here terested boys; but Charles Lind-
conduct in research on plants used on the various characteristics and bergh's flight to Paris two years
by pre-historic Michigan Indians. .a. ago, and the resultant awakening
Gilmore, considered the foremost capacities of iaicaft of interest in aviation has lifted
ethno-botanist in America, will re- ad their fights this former pastime to a rightful
view all the wild plants of the state Scribe, for the past decade, has position of eminence in areo-
and will determine if the plant, and traveled over much of the United nautical research. A number of

what part of
pre-historic
survey will d
plants were
religious cere
kets or cloth,
Dr. W. B.'
Michigan arc
strumental it
vey, is confid
work will de
used by theF

the plant was used byMtates lecturing from platform and
Indian cultures. His microphone, and writing articlesI
etermine whether the for newspapers and magazines, all
used for food, boats, dealing with the making and flying
monies, fibre for blan- of minature aircraft. Two of his
weapons and so forth. books named "Miniature Aircraft
Hinsdale, custodian of Fliers," have been widely sold in
haeology, who was in- the past five years, and his more
n instituting this sur- recent book for manual training
ent that this research teachers, has just gone to the pub-
cide every plant ever lisher for final reading. It will be
pre-historic Indians. called "Miniature Aircraft." The'

high schools and technical trade
schools now include the making of
miniature aircraft among the
I scheduled courses of instruction,
for not only does such a course
offer training in the mere mechan-
ics of building a plane, but demon-
strates to the student many ex-
tremely practical lessons in mathe-
matics, art, music, physics, geo-
graphy and other subjects, accord-
ing to Scribe.

Huber And McCluskey May Announces Plans
T o Seek S. C. A. Funds' For GymCompetition
G. Carl Huber, dean of the Grad- Announcement has been made
uate" school, and Prof. Howard Y. by Dr. G A, May, director of phy-
McClusky, of the School of Educa- sical education, of plans for an
tion, have accepted the invitation all-freshman afternoon to be held
of the cabinet of the Student Chris- Wednesday, April 3, in Waterman
tian association to conduct a drive gymnasium. The program of in-
do or activities of the gym classes
among , the faculty members for will be of a competitive nature.
funds to support the activities of The competitors for each event
the S. C. A. throughout the coming will be chosen through prelimin-
year. Letters are being sent out to ary elimination contests in each of
all members of the faculty, explain-- the classes commencing next,
week. The following :events will
ing the budget and work of the or- be run off: Fifty yard dash, rope
ganization, which is supported climb, standing broad jump, high
wholly by contributions from the jump, shot put, and chinning. In
faculty and alumni. addition, the all-freshman wrestl-
No student drive for the S. C. A. ing championship will be decided,
funds is being made, but the Fresh as well as' the all-campus gym-
Air camp fund drive will take place nastic championship. Medals will
some time in May. be awarded to the winners in each
i activity.
Subscribe to The Michigan Daily,cvity Dr. May said the object of these
$2.25 for the half year. events s merely for exercise.

Barryrnore at His Best"!

o -w -Great!"

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St.Andrew
Palm Sunday,
11:00 A. M.-Bishop
Confirmi
7:30 P. M.-Stain
sung by the Ve

's Church
March 24th
Page of Michigan
ation

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Exoti c,
Quixotic,
S Stark.,
Spectacular!
By Birth he was a Russian
:Peasant.
Ambition spurred him to the
army.
Fate brought him love- a
princess.
Love brought disaster.
Then came revolt, rage, flame,
Power -his opportunity for
revenge.
Did he use it? Had his fiery
love died?

er's Crucifixion
astecd Choir

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stage tricks when they inherited
a Southern estate and a feud
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