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T HE MI CH IG A N

D A ILY

SATURDAY, OCTOBEr 5, 194-9

HISORIDCUMNTS& MICH IG AN F ARME RS F AIL T O T AKE. Fraternities Suf fer LINDBE RG WILL CONDUCT SURV EY 1
ADV AN TAGE OF F ARM BO ARD'S AllD L osses as Unlocked AMONG ANCI E NT M AY A INDI AN RUINS (|
(1Y Assocts Press> led. It was rejected, according to _ beautiful Maya maidens drowned IO
BAOINGGNT C 4.-Mihi officials of the board, because Doors Invte Thieves;GUATE L Oct. 4.- there as a sacrifice to the Indian
gan e n farmerls haveo not o yet received i nhodityrand the lakoef faci les f~~~ Col. Charles A. Lindbergh, and gos
Randolph Adams, Clements Cus-'apnyi lasoto the $500,- storing the grapes even for the Thieves took advantage of the ;Mrs. Lindbergh will begin Sat- T R EG A U E
Pt ,on, hs'Announces resnWoktsWrof 000,000 revolving fund created and ;short period during which they " pend "policy of fraternity urMay ndan isurneY uatanciantL C D S A FIaecsur
Ei h o t s o eg o k put in the hands of the federal fcould be carried in storage. o u se arl tsomrni g wh n u itay a sr veyo f ex , a c et a d P A CDS TFar s r
farmi board by congress at its last ithey entered the Chi Phi house at!Honduras- Profess
PHTSTTC OY AEsession. For the whole country ap- f oreign Mllirtary Hero 11530 Washtenaw and the Phi Kappai Leaving here today, they go to Addkinths1e persoinelaofe s jus
plications for approximately $70,- IS Shbiect of Lecture Psi house at 1550 Washtenaw. !Belize, British Honduras, and from rhetoric department due to the trp o
Important documents dealing 0,0inlnshebeneeid At the Chi Phi house $80 was; there Saturday to Cozumel island,I large increase in the number of and Ita;
wiheryAeia itr aeto date, of which 57,000,0000 have? To commemorate the one hun stolen from e walletsseand drvser v~fhich thcoast of Quintana Roo, ;students taking that subject. ally am
wiherl mrca itryhv been tentatively approved by the dred and fiftieth anniversary of darsN The tsehae eney wi use naabase forI Among the new instructors three war sta
been added to the collection of the (board. Only a total of $686,600.has !the death of General Casimir Pu- ndtawesb-e about five days flying over the ntcd!are graduates from the University of thes
William L. Clements library. Three 'been called for. iLaski, American revolutionary war-Yuan peninsula where, archao-; of Michigan. of Ger
thousand photostatic copies of pa-! A representative of the farm hero, Dr. Tadeusz Mitana, of the At the Phi Kappa Psi house ogists agree, a civilization sur-j George D. Helm will have fresh- being
pets relating to the Treaty of 1783 (board is now in Michigan invest- Polish Literature department will about $30 in cash, one gold pocket psassing that of the Aztees and =In- man and sophomore courses. Consid
hav ben aquied supleentn. gating the application of the Mich- deliver a lecture next Thursday, 'watch, and a French 22 caliber re- cas probably once thrived. . The other new instructors of the that G
thae lbeary's res pment mgletin.I igan Fruit Growers, inc., for a fa- October 10, in the Natural Science volver were taken. Only the rooms Recent investigations in the: department are Mr. Bert Booth and carry,
at on 10r0ry's rnscitscofle the..I cility loan of $500,000. A furtheri auditorium. of the second floor were "touched" ruins of the ancient Maya cities are Mr. Raymond Bliss, both of whom she too,
addtin,10,00trnsrips f herequest from the same organization General Pulaski was a Polishi The occupants of both fraterniti-'said to have disclosed such inter-I are Michigan men and have had Prices
GeorgebIishetwesp173ondn 810 1 for a commodity loan of $25,000 nobleman who enlisted in the cause ties believe that the thefts occurred eig and romantic features as a experience teaching since their contie
Gere pIIIhaedteins7sum ader. on Concord grapes has been reject- of the colonies during the War of between one and five A. M. In both deep well containing skeletos of graduation. lack of
weeprhsdti umr ----- --- Idpedn.Hewshedr~ houses, the doors had been left un-1
RandlphG. Adams, custodian of of the library of the King of Eng~ tor of the foreign legions who came ckalwngherbrsay
Rlhthe library, has been in Europe the land. to the American's aid during the access, tlow the r bers es
past eight months making theseI The originals of these letters be- struggle.acestthcam r.
Frnfr eg offireand theBrit-The earlier ppers ofKing George
sh office of public records in ob- III, from 1 6 o 1 8 ,h v already+
taining the documents of the 1783' been published, but the Clements, LAST
period. The transcripts of King library is the only institution to TMS
George's correspondence he boughtI possess copies of his MatCr Trre-Y
from Sir John Fortescue, in charge spondence. /f

rnic conditions in Europe
prisingly good, according to
or Thomas H. Reed of the
1Science department, who
Europe. France, Belgium
ply, he states, are economic-
zost on a par with their pre-
tus. The money standards
e three countries, and also
many, are in sound shape,
stabilized at a low value.
ring the tremendous load
ermany has been forced to
Professor Reed continued,
is in a very sound condition.
are higher throughout the
.nt, and there is a decided
unemployment.

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