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SUTNDAY. DECMBER ~9,12

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JERH I K LA K D IN SECRETARIES TO PLACEMENTS IN PEVISED CABINET 0OtInLI UI AUmWULO
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fr~~RflOUN Um rIu o
Featuring a well selected group
cf poems and stories, Inlanderl
,ampus literary magazine, made its
second appearance of the year on
the campus Friday with its Decem-
Ser issue.
The frontispiece of the issuel
was a woodcut of Carl Sandburg,
who gave a recital of his works in
i program at Hill auditorium Fri-
day night. Both the woodcut and
an accompanying article "After
Whitman-Sandburg" were done
by Harold M. Silverman, '29, editor
of the magazine. This woodcut and
one - a Rachel Lindsay, also by
Ailverman, were on exhibition re-
Inntly in Alumni Memorial hall.
Yae Tanaka, grad, a new con-
Oributor, wrote the first story of the
issue, entitled "Poor Yen." An-
,other new contributor to the issue
was Alice C. Stevenson, '30, who is
author of the story" Jeleria Pre- I
vich." Vivian La Jeunesse, grad,
the author of the third story of the
issue which is entitled "Down to
Montreal," was, a member of the
Inlander staff last year.
The poets of the issue are
Prances Jennings, '31, who had one,
Of her~ stories reprinted in College
Humor last year; her poems are
".The Cinderella Bug" and "Light-
house." Other poems are "Dark
Eagle" by Bennett Weaver, grad,
and "Swan Death" by ,Auburnia
Bialosky. The magazine also con-
tains two of the lesser poems of
Heine, which were translated by E.
Clark Stillman, '29. The issue also
earried a special feature section de-
voted to the contributors.
Husky Dogs Poisoned
On Byrd_'xpedition
(By Associated Press)
VANCOUVER, B. C., Dec. 8-A'|
7,000-mile dash from Dunedine,
New Zealand to the Yukon to get'
40 huskies to replace 37 dogs of
the Byrd Antarctic expedition
which died is being made by ]BillI
Riley, dog driver, who arrived here
on the liner Aorangi.
Contaminated water is believed
to have caused the deaths of the
dogs shortly after their arrival at
Port Chambers, New Zealand, Riley
said. Commissioner Byrd commis-
sioned him to go to the Yukon to
replace them and return as soon
as possible after the New Year to
New Zealand. There he will con-
nect with one of the Byrd ships
and proceedto the Antarctic with
the dogs to join the rest of the
party.

Word has just been re 1iv.
E v / *from Washington that the Vi>r'
Bureau of the Budget i m
mending to Congress an appropi
tion to finance a nation-wide su-
vey of secondary education, it was
' announced yesterday by Prof. J. B
Edmonson, chairm ?r of
tive board of the S:h aI z .
tion.
If the money is granted for th,
purpose, the survey will be conduo-
ted by the United States Bureau of
Education and will mark the firsi
nation-wide inquiry into the vari-
ous problems of the second.ry
schools.
-_It may also include the probl .ir
of articulation of secondary schools
Above is the first photo of Portes Gil, new provisional president of, Mexico, and his cabinet. Left to with higher institutions. Professor
right, above, Felipe Canales, acting secretary of interior; Dr. Jose Casauranc, secretary of industry, Edmonson was a member of the
commerce and labor; Marte Gomez, secretary of agriculture; Luis Montes de Oca, secretary of finances; committee of five selected to pre-
President Gil; General Joaquin Amaro, secretary of war and navy; Javier Mejorada, secretary of com- sent the case for the appropriation
munications; Edequiel Padilla, secretary of education; Genaro Estrada, under-secretary in charge of for- before General Lord, the director
eign relations; standing in rear, the presidential staff. of the budget. This committee was
chosen from different sections of
Committees For Active Carillon Campaign ARCHITECTS HOLD the United States and met in
Washington to bring the matter
To Begin In January Are Named By Brown LANDSCAPE MEE T before Lord. President Coolidge,
in his recent message to Congress,
The entire personnel of the eight1 Harvey Whitney, '23P, Angus Goetz, The Ohio-Michigan chapter of made a reference to this survey.
committees and the treasurer t) 22M, Paul Tesserich, '241, Walter the American Society of Landscape
assist him in the campaign for th C reiner, '25E, Joseph Iooper, '23L,. Architects convened yesterday in FLNT INVITES ATHLETES
carillon to be installed in the pro-- and Paul Wagner, '16E. Each of its annual session which consisted
posed Burton Memorial Campanile, tic seven members of this com- of two meetings and a banquet in Br ,g
were announced yesterday by Bob mittee, eciuling the chairman, the Michigan Union. The ques- A Bennie Oosterbaan, Michigan's
Brown, '26, general chairman. This will probably serve as a member of tions discussed were the Sources iall 'ac, and aes
t ' -IoI Building and Construction Ma- Simrall '31, and Alvin Dahlem '30,
organization is to have its first one of the other seven sub-coin t be foundon O of this year's warsity backfield, will
regular meeting early in January mittees. tc ri l~s t efudinOiIn
and at that time the active drive Many prominent menarein-\ichigan" and the "Conservation accompany T. Hawley Tapping as
Ssecure the eighty-six thousand eldd in the membershi aof i f Natural Scenery in Relation to guests of honor at a football party,
to secessagy-s tcued mthurmhasri f eecreational Uses of State Parks." Saturday, Dec. 15, in Flint, given
dollars necessary for the purchase publicity committee of which Stan-Jr by the University of Michigan club
of the carillon will be started. ley Phelps, '27, will be chairman. Tr n P. J. Hoffmaster, State super- by the U ity
Alfred Connable, '25, will serve ash Othrs on his committee are: ning f t e apet of
Manadcewon '22, Al P ar ker, evencui g, following the banquet, on
vice-chairman and Charles J.iMaynard Newtoim'22 , To' the "State Park Program" and then ORATO
Rash, of the Alumni association, '26L, Benmie Friedman, '27, o
has been named treasurer. The Winters, '2, 'rex Gaines, '21E, Phil '"ued the meeting over to a gen-
treasurer is one of the most im- Pack, '18, T. Hawley Tappig, '16L , 'ldiscussion. Prof. Aubrey
portant officers in this organization and Wilfred B. Shaw, '04. pidnt of thecUnivesity deprt-
since he "shall assume the legal The purchasing committee which d nt of Lanscape Design, is presi- Jr.W' ZELLNE
control over all money entering will have te i ak r siudying bells e otLpr
into this fund and its operation." H IL Lorts and purchasing the
The finance committee, th complete carillon ol 53 bells - after
headed b pl Y g , ch ,ar m LunchAUDITORIUM
one which will do -most of the ac-Ithe $86. 000 is collected, c )1 is o
Walter Rea, '22, chairman, who will|Moore, '12, Paul Tesserich, '24D, and NOV, 10
be assisted by Maynard Newton, '22, John Dawson, '24L. Handy to the campus and MONDAY
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