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FRIDAY, NOVEIM3ER 7, 1930 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

A PREMIER RAMSAY MACDONALD USES
P~ll, TINC OF NOTED[ AIRPLANE IN TRIPS ABOUT COUNTR YSE
EUCATORDONA TE&R AR
Rev. Henry Le
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F. G. Novy Announces Plans for
Portrait of Medicine
Faculty Man.
JOHANSEN PAINTS WORK
Presenta ion Ceremony to TakeI
ace Soon; Donors Plan
Return to Campus.
Plans for the presentation to the
University of an oil portrait paint-
ing of Prof. Rueben Peterson, of the
medical school, were announcedl
yesterday by Prof. F. G. Novy, chair-
man of the execut. ie committee of
the medical school.
John C. Johansen, one of the
most distinguished of m o d e r n
American painters, has painted the
portrait of Dr. Peterson and, al-
though no date has been officially
set, the picture will be presented
within the next six weeks, Dr. Novy
stated.
Plan to Return..
The painting of this picture was
made possible by the gifts of a
group of Dr. Peterson's former med-
ical assistants many of whom are
planning to return to the University
for the presentation ceremony.
Dr. Peterson is professor of ob-'
statrics and gynecology and Bates
professor of diseases of women and
children. He has been conneAted
with the University since 1901 and
is a former graduate of the Harvard
medical college. During the war he
was a major in the medical corps
of the army.-
Course Discontinued. T
Dr. Novy also stated that the
course in clinical anatomy, usually
given the second semester of the
sophomore year in the medr:ca
school would be discontinued by ac-
tion of the faculty of the school.
The time will be devoted, instead,
to physical diagnosis and clinical
microscopy.
Jiujitsu May Replace1
Filipino Knife Fights-
(IN Asso iad >P res)
MANILA - Filipino youths
would be weaned away from
their inclination to use knives
in fights by teaching them jiu-
jitsu, the Japanese art of self-
defense, in the pubhl schools,
under a plan proposed by An-
tonio C. Torres, president of the
municipal board.
Torres feels that jiujitsu would
make the youths stronger and
courageous, and thus be a good
way of stopping "the bad cus-
tom of carrying knives of large
dimensions."
The plan was suggested after
two students had been stabbed
to death in disputes that oc-
curred within a few days of
each other.

GARGOYLE TO PUBLISH UNOFFICIAL
SLine-ups, Photographs Will be ideal football program should have.,
J LIER kS Presented in Souvenir te Line-ups and photographs of the IIL 0 [IP.1
\ITE j f ERPL9y
__ Number. Michigan men and the Harvard
is Gives Special players will be included with some P y
to eserveEven those unfortunates of the words of greeting from the twoPayers Also to Present Songs,
minority who can't go to Cambridge coaches and a true history of the - Folk Dances, Tonight at
s Corps. today or tomorrow are going to be famous 1900 Harvard - Michigan League Theater.
benefited by the publication of a me. In fact, the only difference -
brans will be hon- ebetween this program and the ac- The Ongawa Japanese players will
service, 11 o'clock' complete souvenir program of the tual one is that Gargoyle's will be present the third program on the
ridrew's Episcopal Michigan-Harvard game and it is printed after the game. Lydia Mendelssohn theater series at
ienry Lewis, the expocted that tihoe who do go may In conclusion, Gargoyle says he 8:15 o'clock tonight.
ded a special invi- still be intereted. w.iv1 not guarantee a single state- The players will present two acts.
se in tho Reserv For Gargoyle is preparing a com- inent. The first will consist of Japanese
p:u ; artii- plete, u:ol ial pr r ofn m the --legends, folk dances and songs. The
1 D. Edewas an- I game which will appear on the UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA- second will be a play, "The Fox
y. vamils during the next wk. Al- As an added attraction for the Woman."
f the R. 0. T. C. though 15 i:s ere in Ann Arbor, alnni on homecoming day stud- Mrs. Ongawa does most of the
nmet in the Sun- and h.. not, rgov - says, the cts presented a musical revue dancing in the production, while
hing next to the slightest connection with the game, "Kcep 'Em Happy," based on the Mr. Ongawa performs the sword
They will attend it will contain everything that they1 theme of homecoming. j fights,
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Premier Ramsay MacDonald of Great Britain frequently depends on
an airplane for trips about the country. He is shown here (left) prepared
for a flight during an air pageant held recently at Croydon field, London.

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Daily Official Bulletin

(Continued from Page 8)
try Building. H1. N. Cole: Qualitative
Analysis Without the Use of Hydro-
gen Sulfide. Dr. L. C. Anderson:
Some Uses of the Spectrograph in
O r g a n i' c Chemistry. Luncheon:
Women's League Building, 12:30.
Afternoon Session, 1:30 p.m. Room
1041, New Physics Building.
Dr. N. H. Williams: Measurement
of Charges of Electrons and Ions.
Acoiytes: Prof. Etienne Gilson of
Paris will speak at a special meet-
ing Saturday, Nov. 8, at 3:00 p.m.
in Room 202 S. W.
Fraternities: The regular meeting
of the Interfraternity c o u n c i 1,.
scheduled for next Monday, will be
postponed until one week from
Monday in order to make possible
the presentation of a deferred rush-i
ing plan at that meeting.
The Wesleyan Guild: Dean W. D.
Henderson will be the speaker at }
the Sunday evening meeting, 6:00
p.m. His topic will be, "Hands or
Arms Across the Sea."
The Wesleyan Guild. The firstI,
event of the Outdoor Club is sched-
tiled for Saturday, Nov.'8, 1930.
Come prepared. There will be a
small charge for food. Leave Wesley
Hall at 3:00 o'clock.
Cosmopolitan C i u b : Initiation
meeting at 8 p.m., Saturday eve-
ning in Auditorium of Lane Hall.
Dr. Frederick Fisher will be the
speaker. Members and candidates
for membership are urged to be hi
attendance. All interested are in-
vited.
Congregational Student Fellow-
sihip: P:of. Preston W. Slosson of

REAP4SONFQARET
Ambassador to Chile Asks Why
American. Captain Is
Detained.
(Nv Associated Press)
SANTIAGO DE CHILE, Nov. 6.-
Ambassador William S. Culbertson
today sought an explanation from
Chilean authorities of the deten-
tion of Capt. Albert W. Stevens
aerial photographer for the Nation-
al Geographic society, as he was
about to leave Chile Wednesday.
The ambassador said his com-
plaint was not against the Chil-
ean government but against Col.
Merino, head of the army aviation,
who was understood to have order-
ed the arrest.
Capt. Stevens was detained for I
three hours, being released after
Ambassador Culbertson had inter-
ceded in his behalf. His status was
not clear today and it was not
known whether he would be allow-
ed to resume his journey.
the History Department will speak
at 6:30 p.m. Sunday in the church
parlors, on "Permanent P e a c e."
Social period and luncheon begins
at 5:30. All students invited.
The Monday Evening Drama Sec-
tion of the Faculty Women's Club
will meet Monday, November 10, at
7:45 o'clock at the Michigan League.
Craftsmen meeting at Masoni;
Temple Saturday, Nov. 28, 7:30 p.m.
Catholic Students: There will bej
a mixer for Catholic students and
their friends. Saturday, Nov. 8, in
the Michigan Union ballroom. Har-
vard game by radio from 2 o'clock
on. Music from 3 to 5 by Union
Orchestra.

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