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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SPANISH PROGRAM
S IN OVER RADIO
Prof. Herbert Kenyon Delivers
Second Talk in Spanish
Literature Series.
Prof. Herbert Kenyon, of the ro-
mance language department, gave
the second of a series of talks deal-
ing with Spanish literature yester-
day afternoon from the broadcast-
ing studio. His topic was "The Con-
temporaneous Spanish Drama."
The third of this series of talks
will be given next Monday when
Prof. Julio del Toro presents a talk
in Spanish in. which he will discuss
"S p a n i s h American Literature."I
The last talk of this series will be
given next Tuesday by Prof. Charles
P. Wagner whose topic will be
"Some Aspects of the older Spanish
Literature."
The music for the Spanish week
programs will be presented by ad-
vanced students of the music
school, and will be appropriated to
the nature of the programs.
Prof. Herbert D. Brackett, of the
English department of the engi-
neeering college, will talk today on
"Providing the Point and Pointing
the Prof." His talk will deal with
debating, and how argumentation
functions in every-day life. Sidney
Straight, tenor, accompanied at the
piano by Grace Snyder, will furnish
the musical interludes.
The sixth of the series of book
reviews sponsored by the bureau of
alumni relations, and presented by
Prof. Howard Mumford Jones, of
the English department, will be giv-
en upon the Thursday program. He
'will discuss "The Race Problem,"
basing his discussion on R. R. Mo-
ton's book, "What the Negro
Thinks." The music will be pre-
sented by Eugene Hunter and Wil-
liam Bellamy, Jr., and will consist
of flute duets.
Three faculty speakers will feat-
ure the broadcast Saturday night.
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COLLECTION OF PHILIPPINE TEETH ITODAY'S RAD]
REVEALS FANTASTIC DECORATIONS
Evelyn Herbert, soprano, as guest
Investigations Prove Drilling to bare the enamel and soft nerve artist of the Shilkret orchestra
of Teeth for Gold Plugs bearing center of the teeth. A broadcast, will sing hits from "Prin-
Was Once Popular. length of gold wire was then insert- cess Charming" and "My Maryland,"
edanctoffuhithetot in which she created the leading
-ed and cut off flush with .the tooth roles, at 8:30 o'clock tonight over an
Investigation of burial deposits in and riveted in place with a small NBC !WEAF) network.
the Philippine islands has revealed
that fantastic fashions in dental hammer. (Eastern Standard Time)
decoration which involve a painful Reports of the custom are to be(asentdrdime)
process of drilling the teeth for the found in the earliest writings about 6:00 j and l m re i-
insertion of plugs of gold were pop- the islands. Antonio Pigafetta, Heywood Broun "n i 1i'
ular among the natives. 'A number chronicler of Magellan's round the 6:30 -cosme Hamilton "nits of ille Thie]tvw"
of these teeth have been obtained IWorld voyage, wrote in 1521 of
y neeting a chief "who had three theUniversity.

The teeth in the Michigan col-
lection were obtained from various'
regions in the Visaya district, most-
ly from cave burial sites. Some-i
times a single hole was bored inI
the middle of one of the front
teeth, but the tribal social leaders
and style arbiters carried, the mat-
ter to extremes, some having as

spots of gold in every tooth and
whose teeth appeared bound with
gold." Of more recent years the
hardy custom of boring the teeth
has given way to the use of shields
which might be slipped on or off
to imitate gold fillings.
Jones Will Criticize

many as eight holes studding the Hopwood Prize Writinf
front of each of their incisors.
The price for such dandyism was Prof. Howard M. Jones, of the
a painful one. The patient lay on English department, will talk at
his back with a piece of soft wood 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in Na-
between his teeth while the "den- tural Science auditorium on writ-
tist" proceeded with a crude drill ing for the Hopwood prizes.
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