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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1928

T H E M I. H I4 G .A

DAJLY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DEARBORN APPOINTED0
New Faculty Member, Dartmouth
Graduate, Has Had Varied
Experience in Field
SPECIALTY IS ANIMALS
Simultaneously with the an-
nouncement that Prof. Howard M.
Wight, who has been conducting
research for the - local Forestry
school since last February, has been
added to the staff of the school,
there also comes the announcement
that Dr. Ned Dearborn has joined
the faculty with the rank of as-
sistant professor.
Prof. Dearborn has had varier,
experiences in his field. He gradu-
ated from Dartmouth with a B. S.
degree and earned his Sc. D. at the
University of New Hampshire. He
then spent several years in the
teaching staffs of various second-
ary schools of New Hampshire,
which he finally left to become as-
sistant curator of oinithology at
the Field Museum in 1901. He took
part in two expeditions sent out by
the Field museum, one to Guate-
mala and one to Venezuela. Dur-
ing this time he was also an assist-
ant biologist for the U. S. Depart-
ment of Agriculture. He then turn-
ed to operating the Ontario stock
farm in New York, where he spe-
cialized in fur culture. Consequent-
ly his specialty is the adaptation
of fur-bearing animals to domesti-
cation. Since coming here he has
made a survey of Michigan fur
farms and fur bearing.
Miss Mabel G., Train has been
added to the staff as Recorder.
She comes here directly from Wil-
liam and Mary college in Virginia,
where she was doing similar work.
LITHOGRAPHS ARE
PUT ON DISPLAY
Comprising an unusual collec-
tion, twenty-seven choice litho-
graphs are now on exhibition in the
case on the ground floor of the
Architectural building, represent-
ing the work of several leading
French artists and an American,
the late George Bellows.

LIQUOR INVESTIGATION RECEIVES
SUPPOR T OF CAMPUS PATRIARCHS

As the result of a meeting of the
presidents of the more important
campus organizations and the
captains of the athletic teams, in
Presidents Little's home, a ques-
tionnaire was distributed by the
Student Christain Association on
the President's suggestion for
curbing the alleged flow of liquor
on the campus. The results showed
that 36 favored the President's
plan, and only 19 opposed it. Al-I
though the number reached was
small, the results were representa-
tive, since most of the prominent
leaders of student activities weret
reached.
The question read as follows:
Do you favor President Little's

plan of having federal agents con-
duct an investigation into the
liquor situation on the Michigan
campus for a "period sufficient to
establish the correctness or incor-
rectness" of "rumors of drinking
and uncontrolled behavior at fra-
ternityt dances and house parties?"
The totals showed 24 men favoring
the plan, and 16 opposing it, while
12 women voted yes on the ques-
tion, only 3 being opposed.
The Student Christian Associa-
tion finds that the general opinion{
on the campus is in favor of theI
investigation, especially in' order to
find the sources of the liquor, and
of stopping it, accoording to Mar-I
tin Mol, '30, president.

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Dr. George R. 'May announces
that the following freshman
athletic squads are open for
training: swimming, see Coach
Mann at the Union swimming
pool; cross-country, see Coach
Hornberger in the basement of
Waterman Gym; football, see
Coach Fisher at Ferry Field;
1 wrestling, inquire at Dr. May's
office in the Waterman gymna-
sium. Freshmen are to report
to the Coach of the squad in
whichethey are interested.
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