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THE ICHIG AN

D AlLY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1929

FACULT I D[ Massachuseti
011,New Ingem
AT WEEKLYM[TINflSy
Student Christian association;
to be Sponjsor of S.tries
of Dinners
WILL HOLD)DISCUSSIONS;

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Co-operation of Fraternitieq
as Well as Facuilty
1s Urged+

in order to better acquaint the
students of the University with the
members of the faculty, the f'tu-
dent Christian association is spon-
soring a faculty-fraternity f orum n
that has as its object the social e-
change of ideas on subjects of com-
mon interest to both the facultyj
men and the students.
The forum will consist of a series
6i Weekly meetings continuing over s
a period of sip weeks at which time
the faculty members will be the-
dinner guest of the fraternity,
Following the dinner a dscu ssion G ordon Fussell '
will be held, if desired, on any ~sub- 1 at the Worchester
jests in which. the group is interest- I stitute in Massacl
ed. ! received the 1929 Y
The first meeting is schied oled hlwic
for Wednesday, October 23, withscoahiwih
one comning eachsuccessive Wed- -
nesday to Decemberi, 4. Ithoiugh,
be held on Wednesdays for the most tE[ IL
part, ai aneynient s for iOar 2ij1 -
able evenings. can be mnade.
As ar as possibe each frater ityI1I OIA
would prefer to entertain T12e pro- (Continued froii
fessor or instructor, whichever' the oft Modern America
case, may be, will not coars to
preach or to aiake spee.chers. His Anspacher is withci
visit will be of :a strictly social mia- of the finest orator:
ture. day and those w
Letters have been sent to all the wt i eer
fraternities and faculty members Isrciecmet
and judging from tihe response to will delightmmin ts
date, all are greatly eiithtisiastic wl eih eti
over the idea. Inasmuch as t hi pplretr
fraternity-faculty forum. is a new Beebe hD
development, it will require con ;id- William Beebe is
erable cooperation from both thej pear November 21
fraternities and the faculty to en®, most naturalist of
sure its complete ;success. All Ira- 4rector of Tropical
ternities iay avail themselves ofI New York Zoologic
this sr.vice Iby getting in touch famous as a scieni
with the St~udent Christian asoca- explorer, -Mr. Beeb
tion at Lane fHal. tied to speak on the
--------- -- --mal life to be f
I i:P V , IA P R YA I. 01 fNTU irTropic Seas." Du

is High School YFouth Receives L[QITV fUnited~e Independents Fail to Wrest Victory1
uity Award for Sanitation Solutions IIY R IIFrUIYO om Fraternity Men_in__Illinois__Election RN SA T Nl A
or G~~~~~~ranata swrou warrants for 'I ~M [TU
TIIOOSANDSectios, atentionthsanuallassi-arrest of four old-line" leaders-.~IIILII
rectdtwr h oiia furor Jordan, and V. L. Kutschmer. When--
irsrcLn nI1~ hi recently ramtpyant at the University their cases cane up for hearing,'litJs cvso h 0
I~egoiiPjtenfld b ~ llinis urig ti corseuf raniata failed to support his com-
plaint, the bond of $25.00 for his ltclcnedprreti t
z which the Independents wre weld- pernei ees ft h-tending the mectii of the Insti-
ed together for thie first time in' ditmenit was forfeited, and hec was Luote for I ternationa l Law, at
ALSO ACPS LBAYyas orpoietsuet assessed the costs. Larclifi' Manor, Now York. Pro-
the campus were arrested on burg- In the balloting itself, the Inde- 1c so-or R(vs, who is a recognized
Michigan's eqluipnrt for engag- lary charges, and finally 10 stu- pendents were landslided by mioire Iaaticrity 01 i te ubject of intera-
ing ill natural ceirce and oforestry _et eereoe vii -ni ctthan four to one Following tthe ional law, i conducting a round-
Sresearchtes wor;re:,,etiyJ augmiented election, the council of adrnistr a- a tale dicssion i ti at field The
bytl rn f ur'tai:,0 undeirgraduate offices by thle (;otti-{ Lion through Dean Thonmas Arkci c iu roup is composed of
acres of preserve lands hn the Duck rlI of adnitrationr. Clark, isued an order declaring all1 teacliei-; (f international law, and
Island region, the gift oit lion. lHither-to, ;studen iit > have ol fles of the senior, Junior and the~ cofeience is concerned with
ChaseC S. OsbortiiI-t4ei l of te lbeen1 hld lhrgely by ("reek ltter %plo k ,,s ~vca~,bwI~the niethouds of teaching that sub-
5 ~~University front,19u8 is to 19 J, Te ( of the recent disgraceul ecisodes j - At the end of the session,
gift, which was5 acepitetd by the 1".faent ci.Jh nt, occurring ai oneiicon with Ite
'gents at their last Int eci Pughas no brother out ee ratiata, precinct clan, eletions,."the 4atei ,nc ls ~o esrRee ildlvrt h
re~'rictons s toit:;LJ:;, lo- MO'Vi ~ lii thebelifttht te ' c nlecwea report aon the methods
retito . ois vexcept Icap t inlhfon expetsd i'cepted by the rond-table group.
thata ife le tr[yof 16U0 ai-n-> s , n~ ~..., than one- quarter of the etire ealn---
as.ked by tediiaiiey Il( it also in..cago> ll){ty''eiliti'WFl pus wet inter'ested in the tIec The intsttute ofIneainl
I ldsalba~ l:ce'Itosnd urging ieforn, clos d tiup the ranktio= .Lacv i /coposed of five of the
c vlues, fh ideedetsb1enptlig r-t=-. ii t+,t ,j iii-t of every country.
Tih ie islfi ipesie n hsingrained knoewledge of j()iiti e- ge Talent, arberrf thpeAerican jurors are
beauttif il property,Fpossessing "10 caliethocis -Gir~ rdeaur, Mo, laim., to have ctI tmetn hlilootoneothe urope
miles of aterfro;t, and bloscl IjTh T- 1n usp-nt&.tn-24,000 heads of hair in54 years, meThe liRot uco hefv
s ;olid forit-over five i i le. vii e lioc* _______iAeia t,-~nai~t h n
- Li nis directl i unc ne'le th the ,ti, spread abot t hL-e 'i pus° Heated - stituite, ope ne d the ser sion on Octo-
- anid Also ex:tnids t)i:rtoIde pi,.-1 .of!political dodgers denlaaing wa.i'- W NIAJSP Y! betterthi,
ssL'cW' -* --. ;lis -land tarby, - fare agahinstthe .fraterni-ty____ -
hittui, student alltducatiorl in the school Whit-! Vtiti theuir re oltoil 't-d SOC' jJL I he (criclation of' these broad-
°Pulytech~Iic in -tUii, who is pictured a:bove inl his a e , the RtF eet: : i 1. 1w It the sides so enraged the 'aristOcrats" OA
laboratory with theg cales and(naeo lihndr°HrCae8.i
husetts 1recently ceiasyeeve aeo ii an h Qae2Ithat at 1o'cloc in the morning of ITG t
cneut hemias eevdthe award for aOsborn preserve of tWe imriverity jI October 4, the day set aside for N
entitled himanttin t naintenanice of spratoe n thicianstdn election,-fn enr~e
- __-_-- and will be fajllo- eil o I-a~1rch if-the Indepenidenit headqutaters and The Play Was Great__
1.5, llaswon ditinction a: a writer, by 1Phidt--all Hice, V i ' o a=at i d'ifrButi th e- tre~e Fox M vietoe, All SngirI;
ait~°and lecturer,.He is well i nonactor- will be rcenit rcd by - - -______j- ac iaghingsreen Veson i Bi;
ANN0 N I .Ihs wou it (i t1 r~!'s ge, tiett (Bigtaulndk "tat cI Wl"I
knBown as a radio speaker and lithose hoOhardBLE onlaslett,' tBtle r B ikit niBrhe adig
t, oug aillf il I1+ -;Yc- . : icS TYPEWRITERS r L&iant Cat
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o ;iilueit- i'aticui~l !i-ubltis," Lred before ill ArizArbolr, anrd as Clrd~ioh~hs rc
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an17 Dran. a lt':rft li ii it tand anti-or, will letuire 1iiisti- iiti vOand(I 0iaiti i lx i i~~ ~ I O RLL iftii .~
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IN CLEM.N TS LIBRARY ing marine life in the Sargasso
off Haiti, and his lecture, illustrn
From letters and documents( with underwater motion pictu
found in the William L. Clements will deal with some of the fascir
Library, Prof. Gilbert Chinard of I ing discoveries he has made.
Johns Hopkins Universitty has just On December 5, E. H. Sothi
published a book on Beaumarche, considered the greatest actor-l
central French figure in the Amer- ducer in the country will dis(
Jean Revolution. The hitherto un- 1 "Great Actors and .Actress
known letters were discovered in Mr. Sothern has long been sou
the library last summer and com- to speak on the lecture platfi
piled by Chinard, in French, under' and his appearance here will
the title, "Lettres Inedites de one of the high spots of the sei
Beaumarche, do Mine. de. Beau- Washington Writer ScheItle,
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arms for the Battle of Saratoga, at problems, who will appear JTan,-
which Burgoyne was repulsed and __
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CLEVELAND, Oct. 14- Ginger,
the dog who won fame in the mov-
ies under the name of Lightning,
is dead liere. H-e was starred in
the "Lure of the Wild" and dou-
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the Desert," besides appearing in
many other pictures. '

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