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LEVI CONDEMNS |Library Volumes Are TDA
PH. D. DEGREE Endangered By Fire
Fire, smouldering somewheve in mP[AV
(Continued From Page Two) the tunnels behind the University
the only obstacle in the way of the library, and sending countless
young teacher. He also has to rec- volumes of smoke into the reading'
kon with college politics and favor- rooms staged the most dramatic Go To Lansing For Fire Warden'sc
itism. These play a much larger coup d'etat seen on the campus in Meeting; Lecture On Humidity
part in the matter of promotion nearly two years early last night. And Use Of Charts
than is generally known to the out- The fire was first discovered be-
side world. tween 7:30 and 8:00 o'clock when TO STUDV FOREST FIRES
Speaking for myself, I cannot smoke pouring through the ven- ---
imagine a more delightful calling tilators of the library forced the re- Two members of the School of
than that of a college professor. moval of students and closing of Forestry and Conservation will at-'
It is unquestionably one of the that building. An extended search tend the State Fire Warden's meet-
most ideal professions. However, proved necessary before the sourcei.
one cannot live on idealism any of the smoke was discovered in an ing to be held in Lansing Dec. 17
more than one can live on love. old shaft under the library, to 21. They are Prof. E. V. Jotter,
"After carefully considering both Before this location was made, professor in fire control methods,
side of the question I have arrived a portion of the basement of the and S. W. Allen, in charge of the
at hesam cnclsin a te;libr ary had been flooded by smoke, ;extension work of the forestry
at the same conclusion as the endangering many of the books'
writer m the "Nation," namely that kept there. Little actual damage school.
unless one is financially indepen- however, was believed to have been Professor Jotter will present af
dent, one had better abstain." done. paper consisting of an analysis oft
The smoke continued and it was the weather in reference to con-c
Mrs. Mary E. Butler, sister of not until after 11 o'clock that fire trolling forest fires. The amountc
Gen. John J. Pershing, died at her officials expressed the belief that of humidity in the atmosphere has
home in Lincoln, Neb., after a pro- the flames had been brought under a great deal to do with the con-
longed illness. control. frolling of forest fires, and Pro-'
fessor Jotter's report will present a
Radio Club: study of its effects as viewed from~
Regular meeting of the Radio Club will be held Monday evening, reports given out by the govern-
December 17, at 8 o'clock in room 206 W. Engineering Annex. ment stations at Chicago and Du-
E. L. Littell luth.
Acleolytes: Allen will present a demonstra-s
There will be a meeting of the Society on Monday ,December 17 tion of the use of charts and illus-
at 7:30 o'clock, in 202 S. W. Professor Crane of the Department of trative material in making an ap-
Political Science will speak, peal for fire prevention through-I
Ottis H. Lee out the state. It is hoped that the

Barnes Is Mentioned
For Commerce Post
Julius H. Barnes, of Chicago
former head of the national cham-
ber of commerce, may get the post
of secretary of commerce in Presi-
dent-elect Hoover's cabinet.
Seek Negro Vendor
In Student Slaying
(My Associated Press)
KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Dec. 14.-
Randolph . Knight, 20, sophomore
and head cheer leader at Univer-
sity of Tennessee, died Thursday
night from knife wounds believed
to have been inflicted by a Negro
hot tamale vendor.
Hoyt Bryson, Knight's compan-

ion and a fraternity brother, was
held tIM police headquarters today
while officers searched for the
NI ro assailant.
The village of Bridgeman is
without an officer of the law as
a result of the arrest of its consta-
ble, Earl Myderhall, on a liquor
charge.
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Members of Scalp and Blade:
There will be a meeting at the Union, Sunday, December 1
at 2:30.
C. Keene, Secret
J-Hop Committee:
There will be a meeting of the J-Hop Committee on Sunday
noon in room 302 of the Union.
Robert Heaney, Asst. Chairm
Upper Roop Bible Class:
Faculty men and students are cordially 'invited to the
Room" in Lane Hall this evening, at 7:00 p. m. This will be t
meeting until after the holidays.
George G. Al
To All Repformed Cfhurc'~h Stude-ts:..

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40x100 feet .of floors
remodeled to suit tenan
a fine location.
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methods suggested by Allen will beI
used by the fire wardens of the
[6, 1928, state in working out methods by
which school, organizations and
ary tourists may be impressed with the
problems of fire prevention.
y after- Cosmopolitan Club:
The Annual Cosmopolitan Club
nan Christmas Party will be given De-
cember 15 at 8:30 o'clock p. in., in}
the Women's Athletic House. The
"Upper committee has planned a special
the last program. Guest tickets may be se-I
cured from Mr. Karl A. Anderson.
Ider Helen L. Clarke, Sec'y ?
ECOND FLOOR
of
1AGNER BLOCK
3-305 South Street
space is available for offices. Will be
nts. An unusual opportunity to secure
Apply atI
ER & COMPANY

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