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-THE [,,MICHIGAN PAH.JY
FO iAEDPAYSDFN NEW YORK', ENROUTE TO BRING BACK BYRD GOV. GREEN, HAS'
-M~ HS{ AUSTRA LTAi PDTIN BLOCKED RY THICK ICEPAK' FAITH IN PLANES Sceeq
NEW z6AAN /::Y If ov f , esie Recent Ai Michigan: "io Rita."!

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Was Administrator Here From1
1910 to 1920; Given
Many Degrees~.

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He served as acting president of
the University 1807-3, and again'
from October, 1910, until June,
1910. At the latter date, hie was
elected president of the Uriiver-
sity and served continuously for
ten years.
Retiring in 1920, he became theI
first man -ever to be hionored byl
the title of President Emeritus.
lHe remained active in affairs un-
til 6. short time before his death,
having been busy this autumn as!
chairman of the book F oundation
for bringing :lecturers to speak be-!
fore University audiences.
Officials Conetoent on
Death of Dr. 1hitchin s I

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PresidciitAlexander G. rtth- .
yven: I find it impossible to express .
my feeling of great personal loss. g
"I at Mr . lHutchirnswas a powecr .;::.::..:.:.:::.
the community, a noted eduicator,*-:/".~ . ,..
u7"d an important figure ,in the fhis- t~.:
tory of the. University is well I
!,,nown; but his fr iendls will remem-'Ascae '' . 'tt
Isar him for his symnpathetic inter- I ,rnck i ce packs, blocking the open water channel to Commander l ith ii d Ft a Byrd'fi .base in Little Amer-,
est, and never-failing, patience in ica, haveC halted the attempts of the "City of New York" to r~each the base and bring thLe epedition back.
the consideration of their affiairs. I ( FEfforts are being made by Norwegian whaling vessels to clear a path through the ice,
am cleeply grieved." - _____________ __ __

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lionl. J11niuxs E,. seal, Reget. Ofj
the Ujniversity: "President Hjutch-
ini's administration was distinl-
guished by his aluickt judgment in
selectilig members of the faculty to,
be called to the Ulliversiiy. His
legal training taught him how to
draw out the thoughts of men and'
to Jpdgc their ?value. IlXe believed in.
getting good teachers, the best .in
their fields..
"His great work was organizing
the alumni all over the ounxtry,
traveling thousands of miles to
their meetings. As the great~ War
president, he was one of the first
to inaugurate the American Union l
in Paris for the college Americans,
iifd he co.operated fully with the
dlffcult situation of Army officers
on the campus, :theoretically with 1
supreme control.
"As time .psss. on, hie will be re-
mem~bered as lone of the outstand-
Ing collegpe presidents."
J. A. Bayusley, Aglan of students:
"InI the dleath of 'President Erneri- I
ti u thh.,sin, the 'university "a
lost a man who did much' in build-]
ing up its reputation. Hle was aI
wonderfl teacher and executive.j
T pensonally feel th at I have lost a
very dlear friend."
lpean leinry M. 'ates, of -the Um
sclkool: "My first feeling is one of:
great :pers6onal loss. Mtr. Hutch ins
called the tb the Law school when
11 was still dean of it, "and I
worked with irt for a number of
years. Ile showed great -wisdom inl
Iiandling many camplicated proe-,
lems during his presidency, and es-
poeiilly was he remarkably _success-i
f'-u! 1 i ining i tie eanfldcenco of
the peopleo (f the State for the
niver ity..We ,shall al remnember
him fo r his wvi. doni, his unfailing
Courtesy, and his sincere ;aid sim,- I
plc dignity."I

DEBATE QUESTION rII VKl!DD2SEEK NEW NAME
WILL BE VOTED ON ; iULI .'VIILI FOR ART CLUB
Prof.,G. E. Densm-ore, speech pro- OM Qffif ~ lD M Discussion of a more attractive
Highsorand doiriectof theMichigan UW I IVI ItUIIi~ii c for their organization was
HgScolDebating League, an- part of the business taken up by
nounced five questions yesterday on Professors Slocuin, Willard andj the members of the University club
which debate ocaches throughout Ovr n t a meeting held Friday night in j
Lay 'Speak OerWJR i
the state will vote, mid1 from which WeiBodat the League building. The club is
next year's topic for the League eky Bodasn1ot limited to any particular group,
state championship contest will be (Co tinued F rom P we but anyone on the campus inter-
chosen. ;the use of the four-speed transmis- 'ested in the subject of art may be
Tlie questions are: That the pros- sion," continued Professor Lay.; , member and it is thought that
ent tendency toward chain store "There have been many improve-1 making the organization more at -
combinations should be condemn- merits in brakes, brakes that are" tractive will increase general inter-I
ed; That the principle of install-! more effective and require less serv-} est in its activities. No final agree-I
ment buying is unsound; that the ice. Down draft carburetion lhelps nent was reached on what t he new
enc in starting the engine in cold wea-:
State of Michigan shouldenca they. The front wheel drive has} name would be.
law compelling owners of motor ye- ,arrived with better stability on A number of interesting pro-
hicles to carry liability insurance curves due to its lowered center of I grains for the comping semester are
covering injury to persons and1 gravity and the fact that it is pull- being arranged by the program
damage to property; that the 13 ed in th-e direction the car is trav- committee consisting of Abraham
month calendar should be adopt- elling." Waronoff, '30. Arch., chairman;
ed;and that the United States Professor Lay concluded withteEenrAbtt 3;Lus~
should .adopt the metric system as statement that in view of the rapid' Smozer, '30 Arch, Elizabeth Lorch,
I a nit f .masur. 1I srides being made in the automo- '30 Arch., and Austin O'Brien, '30.
Professor Densmore also an-1!tive industry it will soon be neces -__________________
nounced that a bulletin containing sary for the University to have a _________________
questions of changes in the League new Automotive Laboratory.
policy had been sent to debate Eleven musical numbers were
coaches to be voted upon. The presented on the one-hour program I
changes deal with judging,- timing, by the University Glee club, under
time and place of debates, and the direction of Prof. Theodore
awards. Harrison.
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