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WINS 'COMMIJNWEALTI
FELLOWSHIP AkWARHE
BRITISH GRADUATE CONTINUES
STUDY AT UNIVERSITY
OF MICHIGAN
ENCOURAGES GOOD-WILL
James Norman Goodier, One Of 3C
Cambridge Students To Win
Annual Award
James Norman Goodier, student
from Dawning College, Cambridge,
plans to enter the University of
Michigan next fall to -continue his
studies in engineering, according tc
ai announcement made yesterday
in London when 30 honor students
from British and Colonial univer-
sities were awarded Commonwealth
Fund Fellowships.
These Fellowships were establish-
ed in 1925 by the Commonwealth
Fund of New York, in the thought
that additional facilities for British
university graduates to study and
travel in the United States would
foster the development of under-
standing and good-will between
this country and Great Britain.
This year the number of Fellowship
awards has been increased from 23
to 30.
Including the present appointees,
115 British students ha ve received
these Fellowships. Their fields of
study have been widely diversified,
including such subjects as astron-
omy, architecture, archaeology,
chemistry, classics, engineering,
education, history, literature,
physics, and medicine.
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Federal Radio Commission Shows [Band And Glee Club
mbers Appointed To Post By President Hoover LCTUR'To Hold Annual Fete
___-_- - l fhT~ IMembers of the University band
M b ot UvibLIIIUCiL IDEAS and glee club will hold their annu-
al banquet and election of officers,
at 6 o'clock this evening at the
Lcuigon te"oiia Ideas a aqe n lcino fies
-Lecturing h Union. Following the dinner a
of the American Revolution," Ear- serenade of the sorority is planned
nest Parker, of the University of by the two groups, if the weather
} Cambridge, will appear in room permits.
1025 Angell Hall at 11 o'clock Sat- In preparation for a request con-
urday morning. The lecture is cert, to be presented in Hill Audi-i
b ur mtorium, May 29, the glee club has
held u the auss of been holding several practice sings
the departments of Political Science drn h atfwwes
" >: : ,;.:: ..┬žduring the past few weeks.
and American history, and is open
to the public.
Professor Parker is reputed to be
Ithe most outstanding man in hisl
field today, according to Prof. Jesse
..Rel ,o tepolitical science .
department. He has been a lecturer i
at many European universities and 715 No.I
tion of assigned frequencies of and William D. L. Starbuck, of is considered to be an authority on
broadcasters is discussed. In the New York. Standing: Carl H. But- historic and modern government. CHOCOLATES
picture seated from left to right man, commission secretary, and B. Professor Reeves added that the
are Major General Charles McKin- Webster, general counsel. Saltz- speaker will have many interesting'C C LA
ley Saltzman, of Iowa; Judge Ira man and Starbuck are newly ap- facts to present to students of his--
E. Robinson, Harold A. Lafount, pointed members by one of the tbry and political science. As a CREAMI
first acts in the regime of Hoover British contemporary, the views'
es University Denies and theories of England as well as
Joe Dundee is being " matched of the United States will form the;
maorpat f are'sadres n omethlIng Ne +
sm Caused Student Riot with Jimmy McLarnin for the major part of Parker's address in
Dr.nWAybr. samdtDr.ujhctwhi, asnwelterweight championship. They the speaker has chosen, a new t Shapes for y
Dr. Wayman said Dr. Shields, as are going to New York with their angle on the American revolution
presiding officer on Saturday, managers to discuss terms. will probably be presented.

Latest photograph of the new
federal radio commission taken at
their Washington headquarters.
The commission is meeting in an
attempt to clear up the tangle that
is always presented when the ques-

Cabot Denounces Use
Of Ether In Surgery
Ether wa4 denounced as one of
the most dangerous anasthetics in
modern surgery by Dean Hugh Ca-
bot of the University= Medical.
school in an address given at the
Iowa State Medical School last
Monday
"If it were possible to trace cas-
f ualties to its use," Dr. Cabot said,
"it would have been found to have
killed more people than ony of the
I three common anasthetics."
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University
and BONBONS
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WAFERS
w in Jelly and
your Bridge Party

President Of Des Moine
Rumor That Moderni
(Dy Associated Press)
SDES MOINES, Ia., May 15.-Dr.

Continuing the weekly series of
Motion Pictues of Industry, un-
der the auspices of the School of
Business Administration, four reels
were shown yesterday in the Audi-
torium of the Natural Science
building Two of them pertained
to the manufacture of bakelite and
to some of the many and varied
uses to which it is put.
The other two reels that were
shown gave various phases of the
production of rubber from the
crude latex. Most of the scenes
were taken on the plantation of
the United States Rubber Company
in Sumatra. This plantation is the
largest in the world, boasting 10,-
000,000 trees and producing more
than 25,000,000 pounds of crude
rubber annually.
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA-
The annual Engineers' Day parade,
was held at the University of Mm-
nesota on Friday of last week. The
ceremonies upheld the traditional'
parade of St. Pat and his queen
down University avenue.
UNIVERSITY OF PARIS-Medi-
cal students at the University of
Paris are greatly worried at the
decrease of their supply of corpses.
The death rate at the public hos-
pitals has decreased so much in the
last four years that the medical
students have been nearly entirely
deprived of bodies to dissect and
label.

H. C;. wayman, president of Dles mou e e mouion nmseu LaL ne
Maines university, in a statement offices of president, faculty and
today said "there is no truth what- Jothers, connected with the insttu-
soever" to reports "that the cause tion be declared vacant as of June
of the recent student riot was the "tinh
Fundamentalist-Modernist contro- boar that .i coul nfor continue
versy." as president of the university be-
While he did not place the cause cause of irregularities. The board
{ definitely, student ;iscontent, he did not question me about these
did say, resulted from actions of irregularities which are, as I think,
Dr. Shields and Miss Edith M. administrative irregularities, social
Rebman, president and secretary and financial.
respectively, of the board of trus- "It has been said that the cause
tees. of the riot was the Fundamentalist-
Dr. Wayman's statement was in Modernist controversy. There is no:
answer to charges by Dr. Sheilds truth whatsoever in this. Every
that the school's president "threw Ifaculty member and, so far as I
himself into the arms of malcon- know, every other person connect-
tents and tried to devlop trouble led with the university officially is
for officials who were trying to a Fundamentalist. It also has been
change the school from a liberal given as a reason for the riot, the
to a Christian institution." desire for students for dancing,
After recounting rumors he said card playing, moving pictures, etc.-,
had come to him regarding Dr. This likewise is false."
Shields and Miss Rebman, both
of whom were "vindicated with in- America's youngest novelist, aside
dignation," Dr. Wayman discussed from Daisy Ashford, has been dis-
the board meeting. "There were covered in Nashville, Tenn., in the
no charges preferred against me or person of one Carman Dee Barnes,
against any member of the faculty, age 15. Her first novel is "School-
nor was there any criticism of me girl" and is reviewed with an in-
except by Dr. Shields himself in his j terview with the author in MTune
efforts to convince the board that College Humor. Miss Barnes writes
there had been a conspiracy form- of her own generation of Southern
fact the session throughout cen- prep school boys and girls and has
ed against him. As a 'matter of created an unique and frank pic-
tered on Dr. Shields and Miss Reb- Iture of the life which she knows.
It's time now
to give thought
and consideration to
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