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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY4 SEPTEMPER "0, 1930

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SHOPWOODMINOR IRADIO UNIVERSITY, PARENTS' HOUR KNOPF TO BEGINi
U TnnLiAWARDS PLANNED TO BE INSTITUTED IN BROADCASTS LECTURE SEASON
Seventeen Prizes for Creative (Continued from Page 1.) opening week will contain talks Fourten Speakers Engaged for
I head coach of the varsity football dealing with public health meas- Appearances During Year.
CopostonuArage, and Prof. William H. Hobbs. ures, innoculation and Vaccina-!
TP H ouexin ation o dVm ia- Eightminor awards to be given A large part of this program will tion, examination of milk a n d Continued from Page 1.) r
in 1930 and 1931 as part of the be devoted to University marches water supply, public health nurs- Carnegie institute at Washington
fAvery Hpwood and Jule Hopwood and songs presented by the band ing. and municipal sanitation. The and director of the expeditionand
er for First Year Men to prizes were announced yesterday by under the direction of Nicholas resume of campus news wil con- explorations at Chihen-Itzaonu. Y
be Hed at 6:15 O'clock the department of English. Falcone. Harry Kipke will have no tai a brief account of what is be- oatan and Cannon E. H. Fellowes
Thursday Night. In : ddition to the five major set speech but will answer ques- ing done by various members of gish anistt en
awards os$2,50 s ah wh duh wiltions concerning the squad and the the faculty in the field of research.rot havinbee
SIMRALL TO GIVE TALK students for the best creative work 1930 prospects. Professor Hobbs ,_here twice before. Cannon Fel-
in dramatic writing, fiction, poetry, will give a brief talk upon the Arc- B usinsgsAdministrafion lowes l be here on December 8.
Merton J. Bell, Paul Showers and the essay, the following minor tic explorations and the coming The other dates, except in the case
' Add N Student prizes will be given: University expedition to Greenland. _Scol Plant Enlargred of Franz Knopf who will be here
STwo awards of $250 each to the 1 nOtbiCl entytbe
for Publications. two students who have written th e will also answer any questins All of Tappan Hall is now de-Gy
two best pieces of fiction of the concerning current polar expedi- ted to the School of Businessannonce
tins {tobsvoe toteSic he r Biemasf Teletrrsnthssrer
With more than 400 tickets sold, year. tions. Administration since the removal of The lecturers m this series are
the plans for the annual all-Fresh- Two awards of $250 each to the The University of the Air pro- the School of Education offices to chosen by the different depart-
two students, enrolled in English Iigams wilnts ine thoelUni erscaty, theicUni-
men banquet to be held at 6:15 Costi nt De prtment of y il rbegin at 2 o'clock on- the newly constructed elementary ments in the University, the Uni-
Compsiton n te Dparmen ofday afternoon, October 6. These ith nelcosrtdeem tay
e'cl ek Thursday in the ballroom of English, who have written the two programs will consist of one facul- division of University High school. versity merely arranging dates and
te Union are rapidly nearing com- best plays of the year. et ty speaker, a very brief resume of, Cramped quarters, large classes, taking care of the other manager-
pletion, according to Albert Dono- Two awards of $250 each to the the day's news upon the campus, and inadequate library space are ial problems. However out of a
ptwo students, enrolled in English and ten minutes of musicTherspecial sund for the purpose the
hue, '31, president of the Union. Composition in the Department of faculty talks upon these programs edied by this. The library was U rsity secures o n e or two
prfiacipal on the program of this English, who have written the two will be of a type which will inter- especially benefitted. It had grown speaers a year for special occ'a-
writenthetw wil b o a ypewhih illintr-from 500 volumes since its estab- sionas such as the Schoolmasters!r
informal banquet, the first social best pieces of fiction of the year. est house-wives and mothers and Ilishment November, 1925, to a cal- siseeting and the meeting of the
function of the class of 1934, will Two awards of $250 each to the also the various high school stu- ection of 6,000 volumes, yet had &hivhiga n Academy of Science.
be a short talk by Prof. William D. two students who have written the dents who will listen in upon these co n g owth in hao Thse Apake y o y ben
best esajo hnyaapormsTepormso h corresponding growth in Haar Thiese speakers have niot yet been
I etessays of the year. prog rams The porm of the
Henderson, director of the Exten- -ormspace. announced.
siun division. 'Prof. Waldo Abbott,
head of the Freshman English de-i
partment will be the toastmaster.
Prof. Fielding H. Yost, director of LAST TIMES TODAY
athetkcs, will give a brief address.
Donoie to Give Welcome
Among the other speakers will be1 *eCLAUDETTE COLBERT
Jumes 0. H. (Ducky) Simrall, '31, lea
captain of $he football team, who i o ri
w1 speak for the four major
s[ rts, Merton J. Bell, '31, president
of the Student council, and Paul
C. showers, '31, editor of the Mich- With FREDRIC MARCH
gn Gargoyle, who will represent r 'OS 'uh E I-1uv
the publications of the University.
Donohue will give a short history{1
of the organization of the Union AND WEDNESDAY
and will welcome the first-year men
while Alfred J. Palmer, '32, chair-
ii of!theu Aaidercas omemiee oDULEATRIE JOY
tfle Union will explain the organ- SODA FOUNTAIN IE
Mzation of the Union freshman ( An
groups.
Group Singing Planned. AT THE
'n addition there will be groupA
singing and cheers led by the vars- IUL
ity cheerleaders. Smokes will be
supplied by the Union.
Tickets are on sale for $1 at the eagu e
tnion and may be obtained at the
time of registration in the Union;
or at the desk in the main lobby. ARE
STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA- also
arrangements have been made for Open for Service
,the use of 40 radio amplifiers in COMEDIES AND NOVELTIES
the stadium this fall.
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Banqet,
Union Will Continue
Registration During
Remainder of Week!
Registration at the Union will be
continued during the next week
from 2 to 5 o'clock in the after-
noons and from 7 to 9 o'clockI
Wednesday night in the student!
offices on the first floor of the Un-
ion, according to Harold O. War-
ren, '31, recording-secretary of the;
Union.
As yet, only 2500 students have l
registered at the Union. This reg-
istration entitles the student to'
the use of all the facilitiesof the
building.
Students m u s t present their
treasurers receipt to register.

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