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THE ICHICsAN

DAILY

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAIL OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice totall members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. in. Saturday.)

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BRITISH JOURNALISTS ON TOUR OF UNITED STATESS
AS GUESTS OF INTERNATIONAL PEACE ENDOWMENT E
- .a OFFERS 'FELLOVISHIP

Research Workers With

Master's

Vol. 39

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1928

No. 12

Freshmen Women-Hygiene Lectures:
The second Hygiene Lecture will be Monday, October 8, at 4 o'clock in
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Please bring bluebooks.
Margaret Bell
Sophomore And Upperclass Women-Hygiene Lectures:
The second Hygiene Lecture will be Tuesday, October 9, at 4 o'clock
in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Please bring bluebooks.
Margaret Bell
Zoology 31--(Organic Evolution):
The seating list is now ready and is posted in, the glass case in the
corridor near Room 2091, Natural Science building. Before Monday
evening, please (1) procure your seat number, and (2) go to the lecture
room to ascertain'exactly where your seat is. This is important, inI
order to avoid confusion and delay at the next lecture.
The seating list will be removed before Tuesday morning, and will
not be available at the time of the lecture. It will be posted again
after the lecture.
A. Franklin Shull
Notice:
Students who wish to take part in research work with feeble minded
and normal children, please call at my office, 4128 Natural Science!
Building. Credit will be given by the University. There is freedom with!
regard to the amount of work to be put in by each student as well as'
with regard to the distribution of working hours.
Thorleif G. Hegge

Degree May Receive Ella
Dobbs Stipend
GIFT AMOUNTS TO $1,000

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Economics Club:
Social meeting at the Michigan Union Room 306, at 7:45 p. m. Mon-
day, October 8. All members of the staff and all graduate students en-
rolled in Economics and Business Administration are cordially invited
to be present.
Carter Goodrich
Men's Education Club:
Ther first meeting of the Men's Education Club will be held at 7:30
Monday evening, October 8, in Room 302 of the Union. All graduate
and undergraduate men interested in education are cordially invited.
Professors Edmonson and Schorling will speak.
A. B. Elliott
Speedball Players:
Health cards must be shown before you can play. Be sure that
you bring the Health Card to the field. Apply for cards at University
Health Service during regular class hours or at Dr. Lynam's office, N.;
E. corner Yost Field House 8-9 p. m. daily. One examination will
suffice for the whole year.
Intramural Department
Scalp and Blade Men:
Meeting Sunday at the Michigan Union at 2:30 p. m. Important busi-
ness is scheduled. It is imperative that every member be present.
Robert H. Lloyd, Acting Secretary
University of Michigan Band:
Drill on Ferry Field today at 11:30 a. m., with instruments. No
excuses. Uniforms.
Nicholas D. Falcone
University of Michigan 'Varsity Band:
Formation this afternoon at 1:15 sharp at Morris Hall to march to
the Stadium. Full uniform with cape, also black shoes and socks.
Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Manager
All Campus Tennis Tournament:
Singles matches are to be played Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
Tournament officials would like to get all first second and third round
matches off by Saturday night.
Doubles matches are to be started at once also and first round
matches completed as far as possible Monday night. Results of all
matches are to be reported to the
Intramural Department

Fourteen British journalists, headed by Ralph D. Blumenthal, editor of the London Daily Express, are
making a two months tour of the United States to exchange opinions with their colleagues in this country.,
The tour, which is sponsored by the, Carnegie endowment for international peace, will include an inspec-
tion of all the major newspaper plants of the nation. The party on arrival in New York, left to right:
Front, William Robert Willis, Sir George Armstrong, Sir Charles Igglesden, Ralph D. Blumenthal, F. Lawr-
ence Johnson, W. J. T. Collins, Henry Collinson Owen. Rear, M. Jacques, Alan Pitt Robbins, William
Clarke, P. B. M. Roberts, R. A. J. Walling, William Cowper Barrons, H. G. Davey.
BASHFUL FRESHMEN SUPPLY CAMPUS Goodyear Dirigible
WITH PROGRAMS FOR TODAY'S GAME Lands On Building
With visions of a large fortune the supposedly free tokens of ap-
ahead, of them, a group of eager- preciation from Tillitson & Pack, Three Attempts Necessary to Land
eyed freshmen made their campus Inc. Then followed some very em- Blimp On Washington Building
debut yesterday afternoon selling barassing situations as the fresh- In Exhibition Stunts

Pi Lambda Theta, honorary or-'
ganization for women in educa-
tion, is offering for the year 1928-1
29 a fellowship of $1,000 t a wo-
man who wishes to devote Herself
to research in education. This
fellowship is to be known as the
Ella Victoria Dobbs Fellowship of9
Pi Lambda Theta and will be paid;
in two equal amounts.
The qualifications for this fel-
lowship are as follows: The can-;
didate must have at least the de-;
gree of Master of Arts from a grad-
uate school of recognized worth.
In addition the candidate must
have shown notable skill in teach-
ing and significant accomplish-
ment in research, and she must
have definite plans for further re-
search.
The acceptance of the fellowship1
implies the obligation on the part
of the scholar to devote herself
unreservedly to study research as
outlined in her application; to sub-
mit any proposed change in her
plan to the chairman for appro-
val; and to send to the chairman
at least two reports of her work,'
giving a statement of what she has
done which will satisfy the com-
mittee that she is pursuing the re-
search outlined in her application.-
Applications must be made on a
blank form which will be supplied
Ion request bythe secretary of the
committee on award, Delia .E.
Kibbe, State Department of Public
Instruction, Madison, Wis.
Blome To Address
Pharmacist Group
As the first of a series of well
known pharmacists who will ad-
dress the Prescott club here this
year is Walter H. Blome, chief
pharmacist for Frederick Stearns
and company, 'who will speak at 'a
meeting of the organization Mon--
day evening. The subject of his
talk Vill be "The Influence of
Pharmacy on the Development of
Chemistry."
The Prescott club is made up of
students in the college of phar-
macy and meets once a month.

DIXIE CIT Y PLANS
HOOVER WELCOME
Elizabethton, Tennessee, a Re-
publican stronghold in the heart
of the democratic south, an indus-
trial town of 12,000, known as the
silk center of Dixie, has been pre-
paring to prove a competent host
to Herbert Hoover when the Re-
publican presidential nominee ar-
rives today to deliver his only cam-
paign speech below the Mason-
Dixon line.
The first congressional district
of Tennessee, of which the town
is a part, is considered the strong-
est republican district in the Unit-
ed States. In; 1920 the party's ma-
jority was 32,000 and in 1924 Cool-
idge carried Carter county by 3,-
105 votes.
Due to the artificial silk indus-
try, Elizabethton, three years ago
a village of 2,500, has had a phe-
nomenal growth in the new indus-
trial south. Today with only three
of the proposed 10 units of the
American Bemberg and Glanzstoff
plants completed the town has
grown to 12,000 and within five
years is expected to give employ-
ment to 30,000 persons.
MANILA,P. I-While one mem-
ber of the Philippine Legislature
is working for a bill to grant suf-
frage to all Filipino women, an-
other has proposed that all women
in the Philippines be taxed the
equivalent of $1 a year to help
child clinics.
Another "equal rights" bill just
introduced wpuld place wives on a
basis of equality with their hus-
bands in disposal of conjugal prop-
erties, a form of property which
under Philippine law has been the
cause of much difficulty.
P A
Dealer in
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Upholstering, Funiture
Repairing, Refinishing
and Remodeling
218 East Huron Street
Ann Arbor - - - - Michigan
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programs hot off the press for to-
day's football opener.
Although rather bashful at first,
the recent high school graduates
took the cue from their few upper-
class comrades, and soon were able
to mutter "Program?" in a fearful
tone to the passers-by. Then see-
ing that no one bit them, they
soon mustered courage enough to
emit "Official Program?" in a
more preposessing tone with an
accompanying thrust of the book-
let in front of the prospective pur-
chaser.
Pride at their first sale would
light up their countenances with
a rapturous smile beautiful to be-
hold. As soon as the novelty wore
off however, there was a more
sophisticated touch to their sales-i
manship as they made change and
passed out the programs with in-
creasing speed.
A few of the freshmen women
sought to take advantage of their
brethern by snatching the pro-
grams held out in front of them
and walking away without even
thanking the "potted" vendors for

men took chase after their fair
quarry and confusedly requested
either the necessary two-bits or
repossession of the precious pro-
gram.
Another sad phase of the situa-
tion was the sight of the over-am-
bitious yearlings struggling with
massive bundles of programs that
were only to meagerly wrapped. At
a late hour last night many who
weerelast seen leaving the Field
House engulfed by packages were
reported still missing.
Improvement has been rapid
however, so don't be surprised to-
day to see some meek-looking
wearer of the pot bellowing out,
"Get your official program for the
game. Names, numbers, pictures
of all the, etc., etc."

Foresters Hold
Sagiaw

Outing

(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 5.-Nosing
down out of the sky the Goodyear
dirigible Puritan made a gentle
landing yesterday on a building
in the downtown section of the
capital. The flight was an exhibi-
tion stunt and was viewed by hun-
dreds, including the entire student
body of a school near the landing
place.
Three attempts were necessary
before the airship could be made
f ast on top of a warehouse which
was flanked on one side by the
school building and on the other
side by the building of the Ameri-
can Nature association.
After a stop atop its elevated
perch for about five minutes, the
dirigible arose without mishap and
sailed away for Bolling Field.
Hello Boys!
I am located at
607 Church
I still do First Class
Work
Cleaning, Pressing
Remodeling
50 Years at the Trade
Louis Lindemann

Peterson
Woodburne
Bowbeer
Sweet
Trost
Kuizema
Wuerfel
Johnson
Bristol
Nelson
Wightman
Goodspeed
Henshaw
Galloway.
Woodhead
Herbert J.

In order to acquaint the mem-
bers of the Forestry school with
the new members, the annual steak
roast of the school was held last
night at the Saginaw forest.
An almost unanmious attendance
of both the students and faculty
made the affair unusually suc-
cessful. The program consisted of
the steak, followed by a campfire
where introductions were made and
songs were sung. Dean S. T.
Dana gave a short address of wel-
come, and several members of the
faculty responded with short talks.
The roast was sponsored by the
Forestry club, of which Willis C.
Branch is president.
Be sure and renew your subscrip-
tion to The Michigan Daily-$4.00.

Chamberlain Eci
We have a large
selection of the etchings
of
Samuel Chamberlain
I The Print and oo
521 E. Jefferson Street Teleph
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Varsity Glee Club:
The following men will report for
ing in room 308 Union:-
Churchill
Paine
Goodman
Applebaum
Bauschard
V. Brown
Axelson
Wood
Swartz
Van Konering
Howell
Husband
Patton
De LaVergne
Straight
C. Brown
Dickerson
Severy
Yaeger
Bennett
Hall
Fleming
Hayward
Robertson
Scofield
McCarthy
Meigher
Saltonstall
Rowe
Fraunberger
Greenidge
Jennett
Weir
Wright
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