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FACULTYMArctic Eplorer Saves
Icebound Girl and Men
HEAR OR, FARRANO FOR COMMANDER,
Coipanes and Squads Will Vie
San Francisco Library Director Band to Play.

.L~A, "' J I LN YIALllrViD 1;3i~AY NOV-.il,20,.i

SEVENTY F R O S H I Builder of DO-X
I HEAR HENDERSON Plans American
A T RENDEZVOUS
Prof. William D. Henderson of
the Extension depart ment of the
University addressed the weekly
meeting of the fieshmet) who at-
tended the Froshl Rendezvous be-
fore Freshmen Week, hl,,t evening
at Lane Hall.
Of the ninety first year men who

Plane,
Visit

MEET AT FIELD HOUSE

ADVISES REAL TRAINING'
Dr. Farrand Relates Experience.
as Editor of New Franklin
Autobiography.,'
Presenting the fundamental)
principles which must govern the k
research worker and writer of !his AssOcUt ted Prs Photo
ory, Dr. Max Farrand,' director of Carl Ben Eielson.
thy Dun.ington lirard, drtr Sn Arctic explorer who, flying a ski-
the Huntington library at San ifitted biplane, went to the rescue
Francisco, addressed a large audi- of a girl and five men strandcd
ence of faculty members and their aboard the ship Naiiuk in the ice
wives and interested townspeople off eastern Siberia.
assembled at a formal reception 1
Monday night in the William L.
Clements library.-
"Training of a very definite na- S -1[f~ uei eesr o h tdn
ture is necessary for the student n irn nifT
who would enter historical research
and present his discoveries to the9 ii0 Ui9 1
public," Dr. Farrand stated. "Con- Student Oubrak at Lansig
sequently, regular rules of theS
game have been developed." Laid to Over-Indulgence
Must Guard Against Error. m!i Liquor
In explaining these rule. the j
speaker emphasized the import- (Continued from Page 1, Cl. 4)
ance of the form of the document, C
which the student uses as his part in the celebration. "If, be-
basis. He must ascertain if the cause of the actions o irresponsible
record is the original or a copy; if followers, athletic relbtions are
it the latter there is the chance for broken off', it wili lye the players
error. "Again," said Dr. Farrand, themselves a black eye they do'
"it is important to note the time teseve."
and place of the document's writ- Dorais inormed the board h2
ing. If years have elapsed since already had advised State authori-
the occurrence of the event and the tie ha D isd ay u r
recording of it, memory may play ties that Detroit would pay or
the author false. Even the point whatever damage had been done by
of view changes." the celebrators, whether or not
A third main principle for the they were students o the univer-
historian to observe, according to sity. He said the U. of D. would
Dr. .Farrand, is to thoroughly in- insist upon reimbursing State for
vestigate the personality of the the loss of the goal posts and pen-
author he is studying. "Such ques- nants, which were torn from the
tions as is he able, is he honestly top of the State stadium, and also
trying to tell the 'truth," what in-would make restitution to the mer-
terests has he that might bias chants, hotel owners and others in!
him, has he made a fll observa- Lansing and East Lansing for
tibn, niust be asked and answered. whatever property loss they had
Always must the research student suffered.e
be on guard against error and In agreeing with Dorais, thet
fraud." Error, Dr. Farrand defined board added the thought that the
as unintentional mistake; fraud as "faculty should deal drastically"
intentional or conscious error, with the students who had a part
Special Sense Necessary. in the destruction of property and
The above principles, he de- otherwise crossed the bounds oft
Glared, must be followed until they propriety in their behavior.
become. instinctive in the mind of -_------
the historical worker. Through.1111 ScmhUnii yt
lo.ng practice he will develop a spe-v
cial sense, enabling him to dis- Just R
tinguish any inconsistency or

Ccl. A. V. P. Anderson, R. 0. T. attended the Rendezvous, spon-
C. corps area officer, will review the srdbthStenCritnas
Michigan unit of the R. O. T. C.{sored by the Student Christian as-
at Yost Field House at 3:15 o'clock sociation held at the University
this afternoon. It will be the first Fresh Air Camp at Lake Patterson
tim that the Michigan unit has three days preceding Freshmen
ever been together at one time. The Week, almost seventy were present
review will be carried out accom"- last evening.
panied by the Var ity R. O. T. C. In an effort to have the students
band, which was made a part of the keep in close contact with one an- {
unit this year. oth'r, the Student Christian asso-
In addition. there will be corn- ciation has been holding meetings Asociaie4 Press Phot
petition in drilling between picked for the purpose of organizing the
squads from each of the five com- i group. Many activities are being Dr. Claude Dornier
1anies composing the unit, for planned now that the organization Builder of the DO-X, the world's
which the designations have al- 1as taken definite shape. At the largest flying boat, who will visit
.eady been made; and following the last meeting officers were elected, America soon to discuss lans for
conxclusion of this, there. will be committees appointed and exten-Adp
company competition between. the sive plans for the semester mapped; the construction of the DO-X type
live companies as complete units. out. of aircraft in this country.
The ten best first year men in-
the unit have been selected and
these will put on a demonstration
of the manual of arms and foot

Local Philatelists Geological Society to
Will Meet at Union Hear Lecture on Japan
The Geological and Geographical
The meeting of the Ann Arbor Journal society will meet at 3
stamp club, at which Robert A. o'clock this evening in room 2054,
Brooks, of Fenton, will exhibit his Natural Science building, in the
large collection of airmail covers, regular monthly disvssion. R. B.
will be held Saturday in rooms 319-j Hall, Ph.D. assistant professor of
321 of the Michigan union instead geography, will be the speaker, and
of room 408 of the iomance Lan- Ihe will use "Land Systems in Ja-
guages Building, it was announced;
yesterday. The meeting will begin pan" for his topic. The lecture will
at 8:00 o'clock. I be illustrated.
W Dewey Smith's Barber Shop
Special Scalp Treatment for Dandruff
and Unhealthy Hair
FACE MASSAGES SOFT WATER SHAMPOO
Courteous Service to Ladies and Children
111 SOUTH UNIVFRSITY
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movements in drilling.
The local R. 0. T. C. unit num-
hers more than 400 this -year, the
greatest size it has attained since'
the World War, and the attempt is
being made to instill an esprit del
corps into the unit through the me-
dium of massed drilling, reviews,
and company competition. This
has been largely impossible in the
past for mechanical reasons.
The placing of the band under
the supervision of the military de-
}ptartment has resulted in tremen-

eating the bell

is easy

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dous improvement in drilling and
in formations at the football games
and has also se.rved to make the
military unit a more complete and
well rounded one.
John N. Haldane, '30E, has been
appointed cadet major for the year
by Major B. D. Edwards, comman-
der of the Michigan unit.
KALAMAZOO, Mich.-Fire of un-
determined origin Saturday even-
ing routed tenants in the Y. W. C.
A. building and caused damage
which may reach thousands of dol-
lars. The blaze was confined to the
basement. Most of the loss was
caused by water.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - Two
thousand Polish residents Sunday
dedicated a memorial to Polish sol-
liers from this city who died in
tle World War.
One Half Block tast of Campus
ceived

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Gift For
Thanks giving
Special Packages
of Johnston's
Chocolates. At-
tractive boxes of
famous goodness
in wide variety.

1930 Mich. Calendars
Unusual Campus Views-Price 75c

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