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September 25, 1928 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-09-25

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TMBER 25, 1928 T HE MICHIAN DAILY

JUNIORS IN EDUCATION
TO BE PARTY GUEST
Those juniors who are entering
the School of Education for the
first time this fall will be given
their annual presentation party
next Saturday evening, September
29. The president of the senior
class, Miss Aletta Morton, will pre-
sent the junior class to Prof. J. B.
Edmonson, who is acting dean of
the School of Education in the ab-
sence of Dean Whitney. r
Most of the faculty of the School
of Education and their wives will
be presen at the affair, as well as
the junior and senior classes. Last
year, it is said, the party was quite
successful and provided an enjoy-
able method of acquainting the
new students with each other and
with the old students and the fac-
ulty. The party will have the form
of a reception and social evening
and its object will be to orientate
the new students to their sur-
roundings.

Old Maps Of America
Are Being Displayed
At Clements Library
At present the Clemnents library
is devoting its exhibition cases to
a display of some old maps of the
New World. The exhibit is termed
by Doctor R. G. Adams, custodian
of the library, "Putting America on
the Map." It consists of a number
of facsimiles of old maps, most of
which are Spanish.-
This collection contains maps
showing California .as an island
and what is now North and South
America as two widely separated
continents. An exact copy of one
of the oldest maps of the world is
in this collection. The original of
this map was painted on a bull's
hide and the comparative knowl-
edge of the* Eastern and Western
hemispheres is shown clearly by1
the exactness and detail of Europe
and Asia and the crudeness of the
"terra incognita."
The Clements library will be
open on week days from 2 o'clock

SCIENCE FACULTY
REPUBLISHES TEXT
Among the new text books to be
used in the University this year
is a book entitled "mineralogy,"
by Prof. Edward H. Kraus, Dean
of the School of Pharmacy and
dean of the Summer session, and
Walter F. Hunt, professor of petro-
logy. The present edition made
its appearance in 'August, when
publication was completed by Mc-
Graw-Hill..
This is the second edition of
"Mineralogy," the first having
made itp appearance in 1920. The
later work is completely revised
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40,000 To Be

Guests

At Opening Grid Game
More than 40,000 high school and
parochial school children of the
state of Michigan have accepted
the invitation of the Board in Con-
trol of Athletics to attend; as its
guests, the Ohio-Wesleyan Michi-
gan game, Oct. 6. This is the first
garpe of the season.
Harry Tillotson, business man-
ager of the Athletic association is
supervising plans to care for 50,000
children at this game.
Last year a similar plan was car-
ried out. Although 50,000 children
accepted invitations only about
half 0-at number attended because
of threatening weather.

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