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March 28, 1929 - Image 3

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Shows Influence Of Horizontal
Lines From Southern Europe
In Swedish Sculpture
"Te predominating feature o
early Christian ornament the bap-
tismal fonts of Sweden in the
head moti inntertwine with rb-
bons representative of growth and
ending in small circular discs. The
dragon motif is the vestige of the
early .pagan Swedish decoration
and when adopted into the Chris-
tian design is used symbolically to'
represent the devil," said Professor
Johnny Roosval of the University
of Stockholm in his lecture on
ecclesiastic sculptures of the XIth
and XII centuries in Sweden,
France, and Spain. The lecture,
which was held at 4:15 o'clock yes-
terday afternoon in the ground
floor lecture room ot the Architec-
tural building, was illustrated
turesofhe 1countries discussed.
Prof. Roosval concentrated most
of his lecture in tracing the origins I
of the sculptures in Sweden as that
was the subject he was best ac-
quainted with. Onl1y insofar as the
ornaments and the designs were
affected by influences of the
French, Spanish, and Byzantine
styles were examples of this type
or the eastern Romtan empire,
or the eastern oRman empire. I
Roosval said, influenced design
through the introduction of; more
perfected stone-working by prosy-
liting missionaries into a country
which primarily employed wood
construction.. .
Another influence,. of southern
Europe which Roosval traced in
Sweden was .the predominance of
in the Ile de France andU -i pi
in 990 were struggling with the
more classic vertical lines.
VERSITY-The house which a er-
go aleges tob hedbeen the seat
of many corrupt political plots of
the Harding administration and
which was termed by this book
"The fraternity house of the Hard-
ing administration", .is now a fra-
ternity house in reality. The wine
cellar, which war supposed to haye
been a popular place in Harding's 1
time, has been reconstructed into
a chapter room.
Dawn Donuts
T he Partner f or
Our Bismarcks and Raised
Donuts at all th Stores
.They tell us you can't measure
the value of an education in dollars

and cents, but money seems to play
a big part while you're absorbing
the knowledge.
If yoPu are determined to see te
skin, but need money, yo~u'll find
the Consumers Merchandise Associ-
ation offer to student salesmen. in-:
teresting. Earnings of .others have
ranged from $400 to $2,500 during
vacation. Write or call for further
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Titta Ruffo Enters Journalism School Colonel Lindbergh Inspects Monster
Talkirng Movie Field Reissues Newspaper Plane Designed For Passenger Service
After 5 Year Lull
~ 'Michigan Journalist' Appears For
.........'.......... -First Time Since 1924
- ~Publication -
Makng tsfirt aperane snc
1924 te Michgan Journalist, lb
oratory organ of the Journalism
. department, was circulated yester-
newspapermen of the state, and i
astudents in the departmental curri- x
.~ cula.
The newspaper, which was writ- 7 -
.~ ten and edited by members of the
newsxvriting, editorial, and editing
classes of the department, has been
reissued as an experiment conduct-
ed under the general supervision oft
Wesley H. Maurer, instructor inr
tion of various newspapers through
out the state. The present issue -
ITitta Ruflo. noted baritone, has was published by the Ann Arbor
severed his Metropolitan Opera Daily Ngews, and subsequent issue
connections in New York and signed will appear through ,the. agency of 3063
talking picture contracts for a other newspapers, numbered among i
$350,000 consideration. The Fox which are the Battle Creek Enquireri 0
Film corporation sin the future is to and News, the Adrian Daily Tele-
produce all talkies, leaving the -gram, the Port Huron Herald, the
silent picture field. Pontiac Daily Press, the Owosso Ar-A
gus-Press, and the Polish Daily
Edmonson Outlines Record of Detroit, representing for-
eign newspapers. n
Ned.Of Teces The present issue Qf the paper is ------~..L~iV~dvtd soie eln hel . . .:~**~. *
"Preparations in definite fields is with. researches- of the departments Colonel Charles A. Lindbergh snapped a& he was leaving the
of special importance to applicants and classes of the University. The "Patrician," giant passenger plane, after inspecting and flying the
forteahin an adinitraiv lea ding article is a report of the craft above Los Angeles, Calif. Colonel Ldeghis reore to be
positions as a result of the voca- meetins ofte Mihia Academ consideringh the us o scplanes on the trans-continental air-mail
tionalizing of education," declared -here March 15, 16, 17. For the - __- - ______ __________________
J. B. Edmonson, dean of the School main -part, the contents of the pa-
of Education in speaking before the lper are written on subjects of per-
Men's Physical Education club. He enpial interest, and topics of im-
believes that education students mdaenw au r shwd
especially should take advantage of
their undergraduate period to make! TWO SEXES ARE EQUAL

News From Other Colleges


Students Earn S28,000,000 Frosh Vote For Pots
New York University.-Students University of Washington.--Fresh-
at New York University have earned men on the campus here have not
more than $28,000,000 in the past worn any distinctive hat or garb
year, according to annual report of for over three years. This year the
-e director of the University em- fros ithemselve hav de temine
--- "pot" for all yearlings to wear in
*One Free Tuition ue
University of Texas.--Because the Track Meet Indoors -
U-niversity of Texas had an enroll- -New Haven, Conn.-The initra-
ment of 1999, a newspaper payed -mural track meet will be held i-n-
the tuition for one student to raise doors at Yale University this spring
the enrollment to round numbers. for the first time in a nimber of
years. Weather conditions have
EductionIs econaryprohibited any chance of making
EductionIs econaryplaris for an outdoor meet until
Ohio State Umiversity.-Pretty later in the scholastic year.
girls and nice men are the prime ___
reason why students attend this Campus Spies
astudent oft journalism. Further dentsvseted fortheir. biliis t
questioning revealed a number ofunvecmpsgsphve id
similar reasons, including almost ucoe psgossip, hae Deade
everything but academic education- Cpation thesaff o the Denuen
writer. A warning of the presence
Debaters Do Daily Dozen -of the "Five Unseens" has been duly
Milwaukee, Wis.--The debate coach posted.
at Marquette U-ni versity here re-
cently advocated daily calisthenics . Snoring Disturbs Lecture.
for his forensic aspirants in order Yale University.-Two burly camn-
to -build up their lung power. As a pus cope were summoned to eject
result, most of the team is taking a sleeping Yale senior from an Enig-
a special course in the strenuous lish class when his snoring drowned
subject. out the lecture.
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Stationery, Candy, Toilet Goods
Rubber Goods and Food Products
Sale Now Going On

valuable contacts in faculty and - ----
student groups. George Washington University.-
Dean Edmonson recommended Men and, women students are men-
that every graduate of the Univer - tally equal, with a possible shade of
sity keep his records up to date difference in favor of the women,
with the University Bureau of Ap- is the theory set forth by Dr. F. A.
pointments. In concluding, he ad- Moss, professor of psychology at
vised against the use of "blanket" George Washington University.
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