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December 17, 1929 - Image 2

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qge. Applications__
must be filed by x
university Doctors Will Read tory .session Taesday morning the student if he R.C.A. Official Believes Charges Win
Papers at Conference in December 31. Prof. Louis C. Kar- believes himself must Result From Private C
. piski of the mathemotics depart- $** :eligible for one of
New York City. ment will lead a discussion at the these prizes. No Company Negotiation.
session with the History ol' Science student shall be
BOAK LEADS HISTORIANS society. Prof. A. H. Hirsch of the an applicant for FAVORS FEDERAL CHECK PRO
history department will deliver a prizes more than 77
Modern Languages Association paper on "Direct Contributions to Once.(* Alswated I 'n. An
American Agriculture." The scholarship WASHINGTON, Dec. 16.-Manton day
Attracts Many Michigan iMitchestanding of each Davis, vice-president and general Ihe,
Men to Cleveland. Geographers to Meet- applicant is estimated in accord attorney of the Radio Corporation t
The Association of American ance with the system of grading of America, today indorsed the Bron
Numerous meetings of the coun- Geographers will meet at Colum- which is employed in the various suggestionof James G. Harbord, whic
ry's academic and learned oi- bus, Ohio. The following men will schools and col- president of the corporation. which beste
riread papers: Prof. P. E. James: leges of the Uni- would permit a proposed Federal stude
ties which will be held during the "Vicksburg, a Study of Urban versity communications agency to approve
Holidays are attracting many mem- Morphology"; Prof. K. C. McMur- A final date is rates established by private nego- be n
bers of the faculties. In some cases, jy 0n "The Use of the Land for set by the Board tiation between an American and mate
those who will attend the national Recreation in Michigan"; Prof. R. each y e a r after a foreign communications com-- on a
meetings of organizations repre- B. Hall on "Some Rural Settle- which no alppli- Associated PeSs Photo Tho
ment Patterns in Japan"; Prof. S( cations w ill be .p
senting scholarship in special fields D. Dodge: "Distribution of Popula- received. These Testifying before the enate n 5enator Wesley L. Jones (left) of Washington, and Senator Charles the 1
will read papers, lead discussion tion in 'New England"; E. C. Pro- may, however, be terstate Commerce Committee on L McNary of Oiegon are expected to figure in the forthcoming reorgan- Th
phet, also of the geography de- handed in to the the Couzens bill to create a Govern ization of the senate republicans necessitated by recent deaths and of a
capacities. partment and several other in- Board office any ient commission to supervise all resignations. It appears that Jones will advance to the chairmanship
,..,The Americaimeufrom theltbepformstofndcommunication serpiIeTho
. heAercn tdetHelhstructors will attend as well as time from the be- Simon forms of communication service, of the appropriations committee and McNary will take over his duties he r
association will hold its annual those named above. ginning of the first semester of the Davis emphasized that rates for as assistant floor leaderti-nn mr
meetings December 30 aid 31 at tnior ear, if the requirements international service must result
the Hotel Astor, New Work city. Meeting in Washington, D. .- have ben fullfilled. from negotiation, not from orders - ----~^~~~~~--~----- -Mr.I
Dr arnE oste ietrthe Geological Society of Amer- --- of a single manon
Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, director i lbeattended nation. ANCIENT HUMAN SKELETONS FOUND Ac
of the University Health service, is aby Prof. W. H. Davis said that competition be-vNE
~vice-president of the associationt Hobbs of the geology department C D E~ E N xveen American companies like IN EXCAVATIONS AT CHOW OUTIEN Prof
and the University's representative who will give two papers, Prof. E that across the Pacific would not.the
to the conference. Prof. John Sund- C. Case, who has a paper and is EF CN cnecessarily lower the rate to Japan PN . Associated ec) wAdas
wall of hygiene and public health also vice-president of the society t t hd PEECIPINNh DoanIhands.ThescientistsinreconCn,. -
thatcounryeenanapvolcehdia, ec. structing the life of the distant cam
will give a paper on "Some Reflec- in the paleontological division, iin the matter.s limestone bed at Chow Outien, 30 man
tions on the Teaching of College and Prof. M. W. Senstius, vho will It might, however, he added, re- ',day, suggested the ancient man In
,Hygiene." The American Football give a paper. Professors.C. W. Cook Will Rogers sult in Japan's taking a lion's share from here, was believed by were broken sharply, as if by hu- fess
Coaches association which meets and L. G. Kellum will also attend. Alternately riotous and pathetic, of the tolls and permit her to say scientists today to have yielded might have done this in order to man
concurrently with the Student Scientists to Leave. They Had To See Paris" at the which American station should live skeletons of 10 men who probablyUniv
Health association will be attend- The American Association for the Majestic for the last time today is and which should die. were among the first ancestors of get the marrow, probably consid- Uni
cd by, Elton E. Wieman of the phy- Advancement of Science meets an example of humor in the true Davis testified that while section i the ruman race. ered a delicacy. pcalle
sical education department. December 30, 31 and January 2 at sense of the word. Above all, the, 15 of the bill and section 17 of the Nine of the skeletons were head- The scientists who have worked whe
Will Go to Cleveland. Des Moines, Iowa. Prof. Frank performers are human and seem present Radio Act forbids merges less, leading some to believe the in the limestone excavations have uti
The meetings of the Modern Leverett is vice-president of the far removed from studios and di of cable and radio companies, limestone bed might have been the been sworn to secrecy, but they re- Pr
Languages association and will address the recting. neither the law nor the practice scene of pre-neanderthal execu- gard the discoveries as the, great-as E
year will be conducted in Clevelar d, convention in that capacity, as well To Will Rogers should go the su- seemed to prevent a wire line con- tiois and beheadings. In such a est human find of its kind ever stru
will be attended by many faculty as read a paper. Prof. Q. R. LaRue preme something-qr-other for his pany operating such a unification case, since the skulls were net made. Both the skull and the 10 Aca
members fro various departments. ofthe zoology department will at-; role as Pike Peters, the Oklahoma within itself by applying for and found, it was suggested the heads skeletons are in a splendid state ofhev
from the English department, tend. Prof. F. A. Firestone of the garageman who suddenly becomes receiving radio licenses. may have been removed for some preservation. tory
Professors O. J. Campbell, A. A. Hill' physics will go to the sessions and rich and is taken to Paris for cul "The act seems to decree a per strange prehistoric rite. The discoveries were found in the rem
probably Prof. G. A. Lindsay. ture by an ambitious wife. Irene petual warfare between wire. line One skull was discovered, a Chi- same limestone quarries where
:aii.- amul More;andL. " Others from that department in- Rich, as the Mrs.. is her usual cor- n- eulrdoognztos"btenwr.ln n kllwsdsoee,; h-.aelmsoeqare hr
Griggs, and Paul Mueschke will go. and radio organizations," he added. nese geologist unearthing it. Hc. "monkey man" jaw teeth were A
Professor Campbell will read a pa- c ude Paul Russell and G. P. Brew- petent self and gets a great chance "Yet the Government has not dis- claimed it belonged to a species of found in 1928. The scientists be- Aug
per on "Some Traces of Aretino in ingto. Prof. Carl t.h uthe, dire- to wear expensive clothes to their couraged but has rather encour- the famous "Peiping man," the lieved that with the discovery of the club
Elizabethan Comedy." Professors A. f or of the museum of anthropology best advantage. Margerite Church- aged wire line organizations seek- "sinanthropus Pekinensis," associ- skeletons' trace of a prehistoric, Clu
r.eMorris and F. Peterson of the practical Problems in North Amer- say, as the French night club en- ing and receiving a substantial ated with the period of the pilt- probably pre-Neanderthal, home tion
rhetoricAdepartment both will read olog t th atertainer, are the other morenichm 1 share of the all too limited fr- down skull and the Java ape man of a distincttime of primitive man ani
papers. Professor Peterson, who is ican Archaeologyf to the nr - portant members of an excellent quencies available in radio." Many of the bones discovered has been uncovered. bac
also chairman of the aesthetics pological section of the conferences. astm~a~
section, will discuss "Poetic Form At the meetings of the Mineral- .-s-etertanisusaly- _ -
andtGnralAestiscss" PoessFor nogical Society of America which The plot is better than is usually
and General Aesthetics. Professor will be December 26, 27 and 28 at dealt out to a comedian. The so-
Morris, also chairman of a sec- Washington, D. C., Prof. W. cially ambitious wife and mother
tion, will present some of his ma-gC arranges a trip abroad, hoping to
terial on experimental phonetics. j Hunt of petrology, who is editor of secure a background for the fain-
From the romance language de- The American Mineralogist and a ' secure a backgrond frte fr am
- emer f th conci of rigso-'aui tey and a brilliant marriage for her' S
partment., Professors Charles P. member of the council of the so- daughter. When a worthless mar-
Wagner, Hugo P. Thieme, J. E. ciety, will make several reports. j quis seems imminent as a son-in-
Ehrhard, Charles A. Knudson, Ed- Professors L. S. Ramsdell and Ed- law and an artist's model as a
ward L. Adams. H. A. Kenyon, and ward H. Kraus and C. B. Slawson daughter-in-law. Rogers ,takes it
H. V. Wann will attend. Professor will give papers. Prof. A. B. Peck upon himself to rescue the family
Wagner is chairman of the section will also go. Dean Kraus has been from its own plans.
on Spanish. literature, and Profes- invited to give a summary of the Some of the dialogue givendhto go hL
sor Knudson has a paper. activities of the society in the last Rogers is obviously for dialogue's r
Professors J. W. Eaton. Tobiastnyer.DaKauwsth rt sake only, and the long range shots
Diekhoff, J. A. C. Hildner. and N. president of the society. of Paris are news reel excerpts. But T
S. Willey of the German depart- The American Philological so- the film can be counted among the I The Sights She ShO
mnent will also go to the modern ciety meets in Boston, Mass. Pro- best this year.
modern TTInPais!
language meetings. fessors Campbell Bonner, James E. Ii. H. P.
Clements Association Member. Dunlap and Warren E. Blake of
The- American Historical associ- the Greek and Latin departmentj
anion will conduct its winter meet-- ret-g.PrfesrsDn7p n C rT a
ings December 30, 31 and January Blake will give disertations. PresentSi BE GLAD
1 at Durham and Chapel HillBEGLAD!
North Carolina. Duke university isd EVANSTON, Ill. A new criime JAMES FOSTER r
located at Durham, and the U-Reel in the romance, melo
versity of North Carolina at Chapel tablished at Northwestern Univer- House of Art and joy of youthIt
Hrill. ,Regent William L. Clements jsity which will render its services
Hil eg11 ila 1e eleensto local law enforcement bodies ANN ARBOR, M1.CHIG N;
of Bay City is a member of the tolcllwefreetbde1 N RO,, CIQNA make :Ann .Arbor happj
executive council of the associa- free-of-charge
Prof. A. E. R. Boak, acting head A ing!
of the history department in the N , POSITIVELY LAST TIMES TUA TiY urmg. r
illness of Prof. C. H. VanTyne, is;Fascinatg.
a member of the program commit-
tee for the convention and will also More intimate than a personal appearance. There's a naughty twinkle in her
act as chairman of theancient his- See and hear the Greatest Americananau h twiher
eye-and a rouguish twist to her

Ming Author Will Receive
0 Bronson-Thoans Award
for Best Paper.
nouncement was made yester-
by Prof. J. W. Eaton, head of
German department, of the
son-Thomas prize in German
h is awarded annually for the
essay written by a second year
nt in German on a subject to
amed. 'e prize of approxi-
ly $50 represents the interest
fund of $1,000 donated by
mas B. Bronson. a graduate of
e award was given as a mark
dmiration for Prof. Calvin
nas and for the services which
endered for the study of Ger-
ics in the state of Michigan.
Bronson was a student in Ger-
under Professor Thomas.
cording to Professor Eaton,
essor Thomas graduated from
University in 1877. In 1879hlie
an instructor in modern ln-
es here and subsequently 15e-
e an assistant professor of Ger-
and Sanskrit.
1887 he was made a full pro-
r, the first professor of Ger-
language and literature in the
ersity. He continued in this
tion until 1895, when he was
.d to Columbia University,
re he taught German literature
I his death in 1919.
'ofessor Eaton said that Thom-
Bronson was formerly an in-
ctor at the old Orchard Lake
demy in Michigan. From there
went to Lawrenceville Prepara-
school in New Jersey where he
ained for 30 years.
UGUSTA, Ga.-The editor of the
usta Gazette has organized a
called "The Prince of Wales
" for the members of the Na-
al Guard who have sustained
injury by falling off a horse's
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