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THE MICHIGANY

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Governor Trumbull
FEDET IOLOFlies Own Airplane
ATTACKS COMMUNISM,
OPPOSE~S IMMIGRATION' z
ADDITIONAL RESOLUTIONS
DRAWN UP FOR
PASSAGE
MOPES FOR WORLD GROUP.

PROF. GOULD BECOMES SECOND MATE Moon Goes Through
ON BYRD'S SOUTHPOLE EXPEDITION Shadow In Eclipse
Word received from Prof. Law- can.
rence M. Gould by Prof. W. H. "But most vividlyof all comes to For the first time since June,
Hobbs of the geology department my mind the medical examination 1927, the moon passed into total
from somewhere below the equator E and the medicine administered. d h
on the way to New Zealand proves This consisted largely of pie made I eclipse early yesterday. The phen-{
that the former is a better sailor of bananas, mustard, salt and pan- I omenon sent astronomers excitedly!
than he thought he was. cake batter; huge doughnuts with to their gigantic telescopes, and
In a letter received recently Pro- a squid carefully concealed in each. caused occasional pedestrians to
fessor Gould tells of his experi- The more recalcitrant members re- gaze wonderingly skyward. This
ences as a navigator on a small ceived a raw squid. And if you odd event occurred when the
ship on which he is signed as want to taste something that sug- earth was between the sun and the
"bosun," everyone on the ship gests a cross between very old moon, which then passed through
having to serve as some member oysters and decayed parsnips bite the shadow by the earth. Thus it I
of the crew. "I took the place of a nice fresh raw squid in half some was this circular shadow that, more
the third mate," he said. "This; day." than 1,800 years before the time of
week I have the second mate's Professor Gould wrote that on Columbus, proved to Aristotle that
place with watches from twelve to his trip to New Zealand he proved the earth was round.
four, and navigator of the ship. I to be the best sailor of his sailing The time of yesterday's event
also did a lot of shooting at the career, being sick only the first day started with the beginning of the
sun." out to sea. moon's passage through the earth's1
In the letter to Professor Hobbs !shadow at 2:23 a. m. and which
Professor Gould described the COMMIT TEE MEN was in complete eclipse at 3:33.
initiation of the landlubbers who AtAA rr% n Y PW,7 -

Prof. Charles Remer of the eco-
nomics department is to head a
study of the international financial
and economic relations of China
approved by the Social Science Re-
search council at its annual meet-
ing this summer, it was recently

Today Marks Final Sessions
1928 Convention At

Of

New Orleans
(By Associated Press)
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 27.-Addi-
tional resolutions were ready today

for attention of the American Fed-
eration of Labor, following the ac-
tion yesterday in indorsing further
restriction in immigration and op-
posing. communism.
"Restrictions against entry of
aliens into the United States
should be more rigid in character,
though tempered with human con-
siderations and applicable to all
aliens," the report of the commit-
tee on resolutions, which wasl
adopted, declared. m a r i e
In another measure aimed;
against communism, the federa-
tion committee attacked commun-
ism and the anti-union employe.
The latter was referred to as ope-!
rating as a tiger, and the former
as using the tactics of the jackal.
"The anti-union employe and
the communist are partners in the
nefarious attempts which are be-
ing made to undermine trade
unionism," said thedreport. "They
work toward the same end. It may
be well said that one operates as
a tiger, and the other uses the
tactics of the jackal. The moment
tho intended victim shows any
weaknesses under the aztack of
one, the other swoops on him."
The report added that in nearly
all strikes, the . employer is en-
deavoring to destroy the union,
and the communist enters with
his propaganda of discouragement
and despair.
In the resolution report against
the anti-injunction, measure pend-
ing in Congress, it was stated the
time is at hand when Congress can
be prevailed on to enact an ade-
quate remedy for what was termed#
the injunction evil.
Resolutions remaining for action
by the federation are said to be
sufficient in' number to consume
all of today and a part of tomor-
row.
ADELPHI MEETS TONIGHT
The Adelphi House of Represen-
tatives will hold its regular week-
ly meeting tonight, when the house
will discuss Governor Green's pro-
posal for a single board to govern
all of the state's educational insti-
tutions.
Subscribe for the Michiganensian
now. It costs only $4.00.
fi,,

were crossing the equator for the
first time. "Our crossing the line
was quite colorful enough aboard
had crossed before so that King
Neptune and a very complete re-
tinue made their appearance to
initiate the landlubbers. Shaved
with engine oil for lather, and the
meat cleaver for a razor-hair-cut
with tin snippers followed by a
shampoo with old eggs and various
other additions from the garbage
ART EXHIBITION REMAINS
Showing of the sixth annual ex-
hibit of -the works of local amateur
and professional artists, in the west
gallery of Alumni Memorial hall.
will continue through Friday of
this week. The exhibition will be
open to visitors on Thanksgiving
day.

Committee appointments for the
freshman class of the College of
Architecture as announced yester-
day by Lyle F. Zisler, president, are
as follows:
Social Conmittee: Gleason W.
Coombe, chairman, Donald M.
Chaffee, William A. Seeley, Louise
M. Hincz.
Athletics Committee: Sylvester
Stepnowski, chairman, Holger T.
Carlson, Clayton F. Collins.
Financial Committee: John W.
Lundy, chairman, George F. Jack-
son, John R. Gray, Stanley B.
Fleischaker.
Organization Committee: John D.
Martindale, chairman, John E.
.Quick H ans E. Sahlin

DANCING
at the
Armory
Every
Wednesday and
Saturday Nite
Park Plan
Everybody
Welcome

2 quarts dry bre
2 tsp. salt
V tsp- pepper

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Connecticut's Chief Executive
John H. Trumbull, whose daugh-
ter is reported engaged to Presi-
dent Collidge's son, is seen here
climbing into his plane which he
flies regularly having a pilot's
license. This picture was taken at
New Orleans, La., where he took
several governors and their wives
for a, spin in the clouds.

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ANNOUNCE THREE
REALTY A WARDS'
Three fellowships have recently
been awarded to members of the
School of Business Administration,
it was announced yesterday by
Prof. Ernest M. Fisher, of the de-
partment of real estate. Each
award carries a stipend of $500, it
was said.
Edward C. Prophet, of the geog-;
raphy department, has been
awarded a fellowship annually of-
fered by the Michigan Real Es-
tate Association.
The annual "John Buys" fellow- I
ship of the Grand Rapids real es -
tate bdard was been won by Elliott
H. Moyer, '30L.
John P. Sullivan, '30 B. Ad., a
graduate student who took his A.B.
at Akron university, has been given
the fellowship offered each year
by the Detroit Real Estate Board.

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12 beautiful assorted cards in
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Costs 55c per box, sells for $1.00.
Many students are getting $1.50
for them. Positively the BUY of
the season.
Includes parchments, etchings,
hand colored cards, andasteel die
engraved folders and cards.
SEND 55c FOR SAMPLE TODAY
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CARD COMPANY
412 S. Market St., Chicago.

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Down deep in the Kongo the native sons
believe that anybody who has an explorer for
dinner will absorb all the brains, courage
and other success-assuring virtues of the unfor-
tunate victim.
We wish we could say the same of Chesterfields
-that all their popularity is conferred upon
whosoever smokes them. Frankly, however,
this is not invariably true. Several Chesterfield

smokers have recently been discovered who
are not ambassadors, steel kings, or even bank
presidents.
But-since Chesterfields are so satisfying,mud
and different-we'll all of us continue to enjoy
them for these sound smoke-virtues alone.
Popularity? Six million smokers are enjoying
'em today. Such popularity must be deserved.
Make it six million and one?

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