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', DEGEMBEn 15. 1929

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KKALEF 10oISUSMITHSOIANISIUEAWARDS
91scssl LAN EY EDALr OMANL Y, B YRD

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O FhI~ GVE ASENTTwo Members of TMichigan's History Staff
Ln01n RIIIUU Are Scheduled on National Meet Program
TO. DI T TQ It~ IP_ __ - - 4- -in,, r cet . ..M«

!L LU 111L 0 UIILU I IIjII IJ'Two of the history staf will be'
FORUM rfr ;on the program of th American
ATST DEN ORUM >~Historical association, at its annual
NT ~Aeronautical Society Receives convention in Durham.,South Car-,
Favoabl Replies From <olina, on December 30 31, and Jan-
Favort Gv rain iwrbeetPeiio.nry 1. The two men who will
spea er t , Gi e Arbia Vie Rec nt P titi n. tie active part in the meeting are:
poin Toard earProf. Arthur E. R. Boak, acting:
EsenStain .TWET MEN ERLLED; head of the department, and Prof.
. Z - § ~ Arthur H. Hirsch, of American his-
!y - EngieAerouing cSoll etyas reed The entire three-day program;
Forum Continues Report Given f; >$>y Th.Enieernatcgascivefthd y
by MauriceSauli i.>&.javrberpisfo apeion il be composed of twelve semi-;
Samuel.t nars on topics of ancient, medieval,,
r ~:,,.... s n to the conference of eans and modern history. Profes:r'
Last .Lecture.,. f*1K.Q:; .. and the Committee o Student Af-Ba scarano e~o
S,.. ~ ~ . Fair, relating to a new section of, -...
WILL DISCUSS EQUITY the society for training pilots in,
_____ v./--~ ~.. ~.powered ships. Ti eka
'n the fifth of the series of stu- rjf r since the training is not coisid- Ti eka
det 'International Forums, span- '>' ered as pleasure flying there will: T.r
cored by the International comm it- be no friction concerning the vio-
tee of the Student Christian assn-~ latin of the auto ban. The niew H
,caio, onKae fPls i section has joined the National Col-;E
will lead in the discussion of the +sswile Pega Pot wich is already making arrange-£
'soit PesPoosubject "Problem~s in Palestine" at; The late Charles M. Manly, (eft, and 'Commander Richard E.metfoobangashpo'
temeeting at 4 o'clock this after-F Byrd have been awarded the Langley medal 'for aeronautical achieve-jiiub *SNA ADMNA
noon n Lan Hallauditrium ment during the year 1929. The award was made public recently fo1triigproe. UDYADMNA
This afternoon's Forum is ex-I lowing a meeting of the board of regents at the Smithsonian institu- RADIOkiANNOUNCERn
pected to serve as a continuation to tion. The medal is given each year* to the most deserving person or BE NON A Tlkig ad Sun
the report given by Maurice Sam-G persons in the United States in the line of air endeavor. . Byrd's recent! TOBE N M AT DJa erhl
uel, noted author and lecturer, last; flight over the south pole, while on the antarctic eXpeition asured ____ITE«Je n na nteHejcrhtHashoiteidcmadrolteaad hrlsMnygvetecuty rfso al .Dnmr f oenL v
pened' in Palestine." Khalef, ail Ar- some of its fingt pieces of engineering, working especially "onl'plane. the speech department har been
abian whose home is in Palestine design and fuselage architecture.:, ..given the assignment to select the TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
is enrtlled in the University as a; Byrd's party is composed of scientists of all types, whose observa-( bet radio announcer in the state
pre-law student. His address 'is ex- tions at the bottom of the earth are being awaittd with the utmost of Michigan from the standpoint! el ent
pected to be of particular interest interest in the academic and commercial world. 1 of good English and diction. I BelleB net
since he will give the Arabian view- =- -- - A similar selection is being made {i
point Qn the question of the re- I ii every state and when the sur-1 tif
cent outrages that have been crec I IIIR ST N -teyis concluded, one of the 48 M aysP s
ited to the Arabs in Palestine. V' Jj IV II IJSL. picked will receive ane award as the
His -subject in addition to bring-i TL O TARIFF POSI~TION Mbest radio announcer in the Unit- THRUSDAY AND FRIDAY
On to light the two sides of thel IfI nlf nl i n RItP Tfl l(1ii tn , ~'~ed States. 1

, neuieuto discuss Thre Later
Hellenic World" on December 31.
1On the following dlay, Professor
Hirsch -will take part in a .session
t o "AricltualHistory" the in-
foratin. e i prparngto de-
liver concerns "French Contribu-
,,tions to American Agriculture."

ShoppilQ
DAYS BEFORE
GOING HOME

WUERTHI
NOW SHOWING
Singing
Dancing
original
play
dialog--
, a,
tr AUII<F JOS
' roduction
Presented by
,CARL
LLAEMfMLE

situation in Palestine will bring up
a discussion of the- righ~ts of na-
tionalities between countries as'
various theoretical problems con -
cverning small countries. Following
a short introductory presentation
cif the subject, the meeting will be
thrown open for general discussionI
and questioning. Sher Quraishil
wil I.act as chairman.

JIJUII'JJII.ivf ULUVs(By atcd Pes
WASHINGTON, ID@c. 14-Senator
Police Efficiency' Will be Topic Grundy of Pennsylvania announc-
of Student Scribes' Meet ed today he WO~ resigning as vice
Next Tuesday Night. president of the American Tariffj
league and as president of the!
WILL BE HELD AT LEAGUE Penn ylvania Manufacturers' as-
sociation and that he wag aban-

The award. given by the Ameri-
can Acadenmy of Arts and Letters,
is intended to preserve the purity
of the Englkl'a language, and to
serve as a factor in resisting the
inroads of ,Slang.
Detroit-Detroit club women.
'cleared $15,000 as a result of their,
international exposition in which,
three subjects of interest to wo-,
men were emphal ized=-clothes,
food and beauty.
Each morning there was a cook-
ing school and each afternoon andC
evening a style show, Beauty talks
and demonstrations were given ev-
.ry afternoon..

Victor McLaglen
in
"The Blackwatch"
All Talking
SATURDAY
Chas. Chaplin
in
"The Circus"
Vaudeville and 'Comedy
Talking and. Sound
Plenty of Extras on Every
Program.
Popular Prices

.L'lese i, oruLI(a re for uti pur - .Police Efficiency" will be the
pose of bringing about a closer r e-1
la.tionship and understanding be- topic discussed by Prof. John B.I'
tWeeri the many foreign students Waite, of the Law School, at the
attending the University and other Student Journalists' club meeting,
students as well as to provide for Tuiesday evening, December 17, in
discussion of important problems 4teLau ulig h lbwl
of international interest on a wide teLau ulig h lbwl
'variety of subjects so that many1 meet for dinner in the cafeteria at.
channels will be opened allowing 6 o'clock. The programi will be given
the students to enter into the dis- in the alumnea room at seven.
cussioni of questions that interest 1 rie,1rWiestl ilb
For the most part the Forums based on first-hang observations
will be conducted by members of during a police investigation in+
the faculty together with students Detroit. The difficulty in appre-
v.ersed in the problems to be dis-' hending law-violators' without ac-
cussed and familiar with the con-
ditions in the countries under con- tual violation of law and the real
sideration. efficiency of police administration
___ _ - -- I despite' the difficulties will be an-
Seddon Receives New alyzed. Members of the club will be
Medicl Schol lencouraged to discuss the issues
Medicl ScholPst Iraised in this phase of city gov-{
1ebr J edo fIerment.+
Herbrt . Sddo ofSt. Bar- The Journalists' club meets by-
belen ' hospital, London, has weekly and devotes its interests to
beenappinte to the ar~erytopics of vital concern to lwactic-
taff of the University he 'ital, it !ignwpprwres h on
was~ announced yeterday by the in espprwrkr.Teon
P'resident's office.; of view of non-newspapermen is'
Dr. Seddlon who is. a fello w inj being emphasized in the series of I
the Royal College of Surgeons, willr subj ects proposed for the year's l
take up his duties as instructor in 'program. Any students of journal-
surgery around the first, of the ismn may become a member of the
year.lie will be a demonstrator club upon application to the exec-
in anatomy. utive committee.

doning his headquarters here in
jbehalf of the league.

Duluth, Minn., 'has completed
first municipal airport.

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The Genius Talks can the Screen!

More intimate than a
a personal appearance !

Attend today's
Matinee--come early.

All Ann Arbor Will Be Here
PLEASE NOTE THIS ENGAGEMENT WILL PLAY THRU.
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Oo-la-la Will Rogers gets an
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and"joyhof.0 yt!Itwlf
Allnurirg!
Fascinating! . ~ :~.....
zThere's a naughty twinkle in her .
t eye-and a rouguish 'twist to her,
smile--as she sings new songs that '
t s" haunt your memory! :.
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You'll hum the new songs ~of Ukulele
Ike! You'll fall in love with manly
Lawrence Gray!' You'll howl with
glce at Benny Rubin's funny sayings!
YOU'LL BE GLADDER THAN
YOU'VE BEEN SINCE
THE ARMISTICE!
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Production
A MERICA has waited patiently for its merriest comedienne to come to the talking
£1films and it is especially exciting news that Miss Davies m-akes her first audible
appearance in a picture destined to take rank with the greatest that the speaking screen
has yet revealed. The musical comedy romance which you are about to see, so rich
in song and laughter and thrill, has its setting in France after the Armistice. The
legitimate stage itself could bring no more distinguished muscial offering, and the work
of Miss Davies, combined with the hit songs and the gayety of the produ~ction, insure
you. your happiest experience in months of picture-goiiig.

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