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Y, DECEMBER 8, 1929
Swedish Nurse' Wamed
Possible Nobel Winner'
DRMIORIESMMORtAL TlaERTO BE
Buffalo, Pennsylvania Groups the classes of '21 to '28 who have
Will Raise Large Sum for promised to secure funds for the
Business Ad School. purchase and installation of a 'very
:fine carillon in the campanile. This
OHIO CLUB OFFERS FUND jcampaign for a carillon of bells is
expected to attain a goal of some-
Reaffirmation of the entire scope where over $100,000.
of the Alumni Ten Year Program A Centennial Qift Fund has been
by the Regents at their 'meeting, created by the Albany-Troy Uni-E
Friday, has once again brought into #versity of Michigan group. In 1937,
the public eye this project for bet-- tle entire gift with any interest
terment of the University 'which which has accrued from it, is to be
yas originally conceived in 1927 and presented to the University for a'
ich has been functionig er' anent fund. The 'interest on
quietly but forcefully sinceF that pl 2etf3d.Te"nrsto
times Early inthat e ofittheir permanent contribution is to
birth this entire movement' along be used to buy original and pho-
with plans for anAlumni Univer- tostatic copies of some very valua-
'sity were undertaken by the Geiser- ble manu~scripts concerning the
al Alumni association which pledg- history of that part of the coun-
ed itself with the slogan "Every try for use in the WilliamClements
special need of Michigan satisfied of American history. lTe
by 1937."tate historian of New York has as-
Officers of the graduate organi-;sured the club that there ,is suf-
zation working together with Pres- ficient material in the state archiv-
ident Little formulated a 'very ex-1es to add to the Clements collection
tensive catalogue of proposed im- for many years to come.
provements which the University Pennsyivania Club Offers $20,0001
really needed and these possibilities 'It required only one day, in which
from time to time have been out- the project was selected at noon
lined to the graduate clubs and passed that night, for the Uni- I
throughout the country. As a re- versity of Michigan club of .Pitts-
sult, responses have been stimu- burgh and Western Pennsylvania to;
lated in various groups which are decide to raise a minimum fund of
already participating in the Ten $20,000 for scholarships in theC
Year program. The recent testate-. School of Business Administration.
'ment of the project by the Regents' In addition, 'half of the entire orig-
is to be the first step in an in- inal goal was subscribed at the eve-
tensive campaign to secure more ning meeting at which the project
general participation in the reali- -was accepted by the club' member-
zation of the scheme. Some of the ship as a whole. After its presen-
items in the program which have tation in 1937, administration of the
already been undertaken 'indicate! gift and investment of the princi- i
the nature of the-plan. ,plc will be left entirely to the Uni-
Detroit Club to Raise $150,000 versity.
Among the first groups' to volun- 'An attempt to supplement the I
teer is the University of Michigan very scant funds available in the
club of Detroit which intends to School of Business Administration
raise $500,000 for the purchase of ,for lectureships is being made by
sites for Uiiversity dormitories. the Buffalo alumni club whipi. has
This club has already secured over ,pledged itself to secure a minimum
$50,000 which was used to buy land iOf $10,000 to 'be used to ,cure
for the first dormitory unit which prominent business men for lecture,
As now under construction on Pal- series in the business school. Thisj
mer field and intends, by 1937, to gift is to be presented to the Uni-'
have procured suflicient land for all versity in the same way as the'
of the student residences which the others which have been-offered by]
University may require. The most groups participating in the Ten
influential person behind the De- Year Program.
troit project since its inception has Additional loans to students in all
been Mason P. Rumney, '08E, who colleges in the University will be
was chairman of the committee provided through a '$150,000 fund.
which determined the club action which is to be raised by the Uni-
in favor of dormitories. . versity 'of Michigan club of Tole-;
A memorial tower to be known do, the latest group' to enter the
as the Burton Campanile will be Alumni program. This fund will
erected by the University of Mich- 'probably -be employed to satisfy the
igaii club of Ann Arbor" at an es- urgent need for financial aid for
Ltimated cost of over $50,000. This graduate students. This most re-
edifice probably will be erected in a cent action in fulfillment of the ul-!
mall which is to be built in In- timate goal set by the General
galls sieet between .North Univer- Alumni association was announced
sity and Washington streets. a' very short time ago and at pres-
Concurrent with the Ann Arbor ent several other groups have sig-
club activities will be the .work of nified their intentions of assuming
MERRITT TO LE[AVE'
Rif e Team to Start
Workouts This Week
R. 0. T. C. Candidates Prepare
UNION WILL SPONSOR GOOD WILL
DINNER FOR RELIGIOUS
Swedish Red Cross nurse, who has
been mentioned as a possible win-
ner of the Nobel Peace prize which
is awarded annually.
a share of the burden although
they have not yet selected their
The date of the conclusion of the
entire movement has been chosen
for 1937 because of the fact that
the one-hundredth birthday of the
University of Michigan in Ann Ar-
bor occurs at that time and accord-
ing to T. Hawley Tapping, General
secretary of the graduate organi-
zation, innumerable items for addi-
tion to or improvement of the Uni-
versity generally will have been
completed by that time.
200 Voices; Children's
Old Noels from Ronen, Govent
Choral Music from Puicell, Mende
Fiance. Choral Miniatures celebrat
Love Song and French coquetry o
played by John Challis.
Pease Auditorium Ypsil
50 cents; no
Doors closed for Prelu
WAYNE AND LAF
for Intercollegiate Ministerial Association, Hillel, ward because it conflicted with a-
Competition. Catholic Students, S. C. A. other event on Wednesday.
Professor Will Study Methods --- Will Support Banquet. The Rev. Allen J. Babcock will be
Used in Ancient Greek Practice will begin this week by - the principle speaker on the pro-
Calendars. ' the R. O. T. C. rifle team to prepare In order to promote a greater gram, and will be followed by Presi-
fr competition with other colleges feeling of understanding between dent Alexander G. Ruthve. , who
TO VISIT PARIS, LONDON which will take place in the early the various religious sects repre- will speak on behalf of the Univer-
spring. There are about 40 candi- sented on the campus, the Union sity. The Rev. Allison Ray Heaps
Prof. Benjamin D. Merritt, of the dates for the team and this num- is sponsoring a Goodwill banquet, the Ministerial oiati a
departments of Latin and Greek, ber 20 will be selected in about two to be held at 6:15 o'clock on Tues- Rabbi Adolph H. Fink. as the repre-
deprtmntsof atn ad Geek be 2 wil b seectd n aouttwo (ay evening, Dec. 17, in the Ball- sentative of the Hillel lonaion.
will leave for Europe on a short ; weeks to take part in further prac- room of the Union. It was prc- Mayor Edward W. St!boirer itie
° ourney of study, sailing December tice and competition. The captain viously announced that this ban- the last to give an adcre:". An
on the Berengaria, it was an- of the team will also be elected at quef. was to take place on Dec. 18, alumnus from Detroit will also be
pounced yesterday. His routine will that time. 4 but the date has been moved far- secured to talk.
.take him to Paris, London and Ox- Challenges for matches have
Calne fo mace hae-_---ford, and then back to New York, been accepted from about 30 schools I ----
eturning on January 6 for and colleges af over the United N ls --'W ECN=O
ing his second semetr. o States, and according to Captainv SON ,ISECOND SOY
lined by Professor Merritt, will be Ia.Tuner of the military de- Hta'MONTH SHOW
to thrown further light on methods partment, about 50 more will be is-
used n the ancient Greek calendar. sued by the local team. All the
Tein the c e Ge cendar. matches will be carried out by cor-
Lnuwhtr e hpesatoi fidt!n' respondence and results will be re-
the Louvre museum, at his first ted to the competing teams TALKINGSINGING-DANCING
stop, Paris. Professor Merritt de- a week
clared, "I there expect to be able to SONG ROMANCE
obtain some new readings from a
very badly weathered Greek in- Prof. $tof to Talk A .
scription, discovered in Athens and .yM ARRIED In
in the Louvre, which is one ol n a Hall
the great sources of evidence for
the garrefltaourclenouevdre At last! An original Vienne w romance in song and story.
the nture frthgcaledarusedabyIn upper Y
the ancient Athenians. These read- oom" meeting, Prof. Ralph Stof of Broadway's greatest sinin stars and 200 sin
ings should tell more than is now Calvi Coleetilrsa hstu-adfaces
known about ancient chronology. Calvin College will address the stu- and dancers!
On leaving Paris, Professor Mer- dents of the Reforn and again ai
ritt's studies will take him to the' t .-- -
i British Museum in London, where 4 o'clock this afternoon in the Up- _______
y he will work with similar inscrip- per room of Lane Hall.
tions preserved there. His last pn Although Professor Stof has not
of destination before returning announced the subject of his TALKING-THE BEST-SOUND
home will be Oxford. speech it is expected it will be of
-_ 'special interest to those attending. AT
Galery Choir 150 Voices
t'y, Provence and an English "Wait"
lssohn, Grieg, the Russians, and Old
ing Birds Songs, Moonlight, a Poet's
f the 13th Century. Virginia music
lanti, Thursday, Dec. 12
ude 8:00 to 8:30 p. m.
House of Art
213 S. State Street
ANN ARBOR. MICHIGAN
FOUR CHANGES WEEKLY
Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Sunday and Monday, Dec. 8 and 9th
Walter Catlett, Sue Carrol and David Rollins
An All Talking Fox Movietone
Musical Comedy Version of the Cradle Snatchers
Continuous Performance 1:30 to 9:00
_ ; .. ..
Twenty-fourth Annual Production
Two Days Remain to
Get Seats For
Third and Last Week
BEGINNING SUNDAY, DEC. 8
"THE FOUR MARX BROTHERS"
In the Musical Circus
Nights $1.00 to $4.00
Saturday Matinee: $1.00 to $3.00
At the Union Desk
2 o'clock to 5 o'clock
Prices: 75 cents to $3.00
Michigan Theater, December 12, 13, 14
Matinee: December 14
a deep, dark mystery thriller if
there ever was one!
the 13th chair
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saw ourselves ir_ the moving
( IHere They pictures.
Arc-The MACK Ain't you ashamed to
be' so modest. George? Ain't I
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Why B~ring That Up?
Wil You Help This Little Fellow Have a Merry Christmas?
BENEFIT OF CRIPPLED CHILDREN
lil spitalny's band