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TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 1, 192

FACE TWO

T HL-MICHIGAN

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oUIN REGISTERSml 3100 SE NATE COMMITTEE QUESTIONS
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SCUBA1iiiiui UUaAUO For Women's Title
WILL GIVE SPEECHES;

TO- ESTABLISH RCR
9EOLLMENT TO CONTINUE
THGOTLLOYD SAS
PLAN FRESHMEN MIXER
Coach Harfry Kl-pke, Team Captains
Will Speak at Smoicker
Thiursay t{Night

Four Men From Education School
And Registrar Smith Will Go
To Upper Peninsula
'UR THER TRIPS PLANNED

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More than 3100 men students'
have already registered at thec
Union up to and including yester-
day afternoon, according- to Ken-
neth M. Lloyd, '30, president. This
represents an increase of almost r
300 above the figures for the same
time last year. Registration willt
continue at the Union throughout
this week at the desk to the left l
side of the lobby between the hours kAssociated IPress Photo ad
of 3 and 5 o'clock. It is urged that Chairman Borah of~ the Senate foreign relations committee,an
every male student who has corn-henry L. Stimson, Secretary of State, after a meeting of the commit-
pleted. his registration should sign tee before which Secretar1y Stimuson was (que:tioned oil Cuban conditions.
up at once,r in order to enjoy his ------1
The lists of rooms for men, which !silver 1111upsL will go to the best of
have been available at the Uniion L A UUL ~lIsle
for the last two weeks, have been~ the county weeklies published in,
moved to the offices of Dr. Fred B. if - 'Qii llA~l~1towns having a populationi over or
livahr, assstant dean o students, under 1200; and to the paper show-
in room 3_ University hall. All of
the rooms which are listed there in--jg the best topography. The con-
are approved by the University anid I Flying instruction at the Flo Fly- test takes place Oct. 4 and 5. Aln
can be found according to the Ong q.School be°gan., yesterday, coinci- entry of 75 papers is expected.
name.s of streets, which are ar- (lent with thne opening of the Uni - __- _____ -- __. _
ranged alphabetically. versity, aecordhiiig to Leonard Flo, -
A Freshman smoker will be president of the company, and
given on Thursday night by the many inquiries have already bee.
Union, at which time all freshmen k received from students regarding''
should be present. The captains of Ithe course offered by thbe local fy-
every athletic team will attend, and ing school.
Coach Harry Kipke will make a The aeronautical. engineering di-
short talk. Any freshman who has i vision of the University reports a l
an aptitude for athletics will f ave twenty-four per cent increase in
the opportunity at this time to dis-' enrollment which indicates an un-
cu ss their individual cases with the usual increase o(f interest in -via-
captains, and the meeting will be tion since last tall, and the Flo
chiefly an informal mixer. Flying School expects that an in -,
:r;Ttr rsc-rzc /N 'C' RC 1 A creasing number of students will,

Four members of the faculty ofI
the School of Education and Regis-
trar Ira M. Smith will speak at the
meetings of the Upper Peninsula
Educational association which willi
be held Thursday and Friday of
this week at Escanaba.
IDean J. B. Edmonson will ad-
dress the general session Thursday
afternoon on the subject of "Pro-
fessionial Standards." Prof. George
E. Carrothers, director of the Uni-
versity division of inspection of
thigh schools, will speak at a meet-
ing of the University alumni on
Friday. Both of these men and
Registrar Smith will take pant inj
the conference of school adminis-
trators.
Prof. Arthur B. Moehlman will
speak on "Public Relations," an ad-
dress which will be delivered by i
him at eight other district meet- {
! ings of the State Teachers associa-
tions which will be held this fall.
y"Mental Hygiene of Adolescence"i
will be the topic discussed by Prof..
Howard Y. McCluskey of the Uni-
versity. Nine district meetings of
the State Parent-Teachers associa-,
tion will hear this address during
the fall.

APPEARANCE O POTS STARTS
TRADITIONAL HAZING OFFROSH
,EThe ancient and questionably any suspecting Frosh weren immedi-
honorable custom of hazing Fresh- i ately put into -action, with the
mien began with vigor yesterday on warning that they sh outld not ap-
State street with the first appear- pear a second time win the sacred
ance of the 1933 Frosh pot. Al- sanctums of the, three upper
though last year's reappearance of classes.
the custom of years ago was faith- Up until 19M8, h n on State
fully promised to be the last at street had been of(;1'ightu impor-
tMichigan, the baptism of fire was tance, but its nevival last season
nevertheless rampant near obvious seems to have givenc~ it an01 impetu.,
locations about the campus, the Ar- again for the be~nefit of this year's
Cade and the Main Library being newcomers. One of the most
of concentrated importance.' unique of all the punishments
Such antics as crew prowess, with meted out to the unilulcky members
I State street as the eight-oared of the class of'3 yesterdayuc
shell, pole climbing, proposing to curred on the diagonial in the form
innocent co-eds, directing traffic, of peanut rollin- i The victim was
and "ring-around-the-rosy" were made to roll a chokice specimen
indulged in during the entire day. from the Library steps, to the Eco-
At the Library and} on the diagonal, nomics building

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