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i ICE _MICHICAN

DAILY

PRMAY, DECEMSER 7, 1928

Z~AQF~ TWO FflIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1928
THiE .MICHIGAN DAILY

OPEN FORU0|M OF SC A
HARS HAAS ADDRES
t'ctor Holds Forum Discussion
Inc ,Adwv-ates Rturn
To Ni'' rainsm

GIL DELIVERS INAUGURAL ADDRESS

MATH PROFESSOR
TO SPEAK TODAY
Continuing the series of Univer-
sity lectures, Professor E. R. Hed-
rick of the Southern Brank of the
University of California will speak'
o.n "The Foundations of Mathema-
tics," this afternoon at 4:15 in
Room 1025, Angell hall. Professor
Hedrick in an expert in his line and
has been brought here in connec-
tion with the department of Ma-
thematics. The public is cordiallyf
invited. The change to Angell hall
should be noted.

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Martin Mol
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to p~ ffh~n '~mnsand had
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speakers. h iImportant declarations regard-
Dr Has , ra rdnte of the Un ing the relations of Mexico with{
versity mecr.^ .lsclool in 194. lh I the United States featured the re-
for the past 18 years been dire, n: cent inaugural message of Provin-<
of an American Hospital in Tur-
key; and was able to present an[H titer C rooration
interesting description of certain Led By Michigan Men
elements of life among the people
of that country. He expressed a Recapitalization of the Michigan
regret at the over-exaggeration of corporation of the Hunter Machin-
sex in this country and the fact ery company recently brought to
that in the movies, books, and light the interesting fact that all
everywhere it confronts the youth the officers of the corporation are
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18 and 20, although the religious, creased its capital to one of $250,-
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this country prevent it," Dr. Haas Morton R. Hunter, _-v: Bert E.
stated. Concluding, he said that Uebele, '24E; Thomas G. Abrams,
much of the beauty in art and, lit- '14E, and Raymond A. Arndt, '24,
erature today is the result of re- are the officials. All were promi-
pressions. nent in activities while here.
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cial President Portes Gil, successor,
to Plutarco Calles.
Photo shows the new executive
as he addressed the Diet in public
session, at the national stadium in
Mexico City.
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