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THE MICHIGAN

1928 THE MICHIGAN

GUCKERT fIVES TALK
AT STUDENT MEETING
Speaker Says, "That Nothing In
Life Has Any Value Unless We
Put It There"

Flood Waters Mark Deluge From First BUILDING RESERVE Dr. Davenport Tells
Of Fall Rains In Southern California PLAN IS FAVORED IScientists About S
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POLLOCK TOSPEAK NEXT
"Nothing in life has any value
unless we put it there," said Elroy
Gickert, of the sociology depart-
ment in speaking on "College Life
at its Best" at the second student
forum yesterday afternoon in Lane
hall. "What is valuable to me is
valuable because I am what I am.
What I do and what I get out of
life depends on the organization I
make of my former experience," he
continued.
"There is a great deal of differ-
ence of opinion about what we are
to get out of college, and everyone
seems to have a different idea of it.
There is a conflict between class
work, extra-curriculum activities
and other things," Mr. Guckert
went on to say.
The forum was hel under the
auspices of the Student Christian
association, and the speaker was
introduced byhMartin Mol, '30,
president of the S. C. A. After a'
short talk, an informal discussion
was held by the audience on the
question.
The forums are held weekly on
Thursday afternoons, and are open I
to men and women students on the
campus. There will no meeting
next Thursday, because of the holi-
day, but' the series will be resumed
the week following, when Prof.
James K. Pollock, of the Political.
Science department will speak. I
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NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 22.-Com-
monwealth governors ended their
annual conference here a day
ahead of schedule time to lend
their moral support in the roles of
private citizens to Herbert Hoover's
proposed $3,000,000,000 surplus to
remedy slack times unemployment,
up for final consideration by the
American Federation of Labor to-
day.
The governors Wednesday ad-
hered to precedent by declining to
adopt resolutions indorsing ,the
President-elect's plan .for stabiliz-
ing industry of the nation.
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'New York Students
Adopt Senate Plan

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around front porches, and paved
streets buried under more than a
foot of mud and sand, Southern
California has taken its first bath

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matters. The proposed constitu-
tion embodying the new plan is
now being drafted.
SAN DIEGO.-It has been an-
nounced that Leo Diegel, promi-
nent American golfer, has signed
as professional at the new Agua
Caliente course near Tia Juana,
Mexico.

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