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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1930

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UFLNN h' lIH IN What with two new vest pocket themov
golf courses in town-a fifteen-hole was the
linksTfor patrons of the Michigan The co
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theatre, and a course in the Union a dozen
Cosmopolitan Club Sees Large billiara room with merry-go-round Ann Ar
hazards-the thinking public is be- Even
Enrollment From New coming definitely aware of a Trend a huge
Foreign Students. in America. els.
Everything is going miniature. A sin
YUEN ANNOUNCES PLANS .Disregarding the ham in sand- is the
wiclhes, which gets thinner every sport is,
k at year, the first major example of the pants n
Fisher Will pek at Intat Trend was the abbreviated pooch. of the R
Meeting to be Held on Pekes, poms, and toy collies, began a Brob
November 8. . ch wing up our slippers some time ears ar
ag o. Ncbody realized they were a yapping
Plans for what promises to be Trond. But they were. siasts a
Thc' tabloid newspapers. designed to be gi
the Cosmopolitan club's most sue- so that he who reads will run, next: On th
cessful year are going forward ra- filled the public eye. The govern- the onl
pidly according to the announce- ment fell in with the new move- larger a
ment of Jack Yuen'31, identment and introduced small curren- holes in
uen , preside cy. there had been little enough We ar
of the club for the current year. i money before. I safe for

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en reduced to a minimum.
untry broke out with any
of miniature courses, half
of which are now gracing
bor, more or less.I
the automobile has scored
success in the bantam mod-

Student Experts Survey Lakes
Under Direction of
Dr. Hubbs.

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gular feature of this Tre d This country's first comolete in-
fact that the smaller the land lake survey was undertaken.
, the more noise its partici- this summer under the direction of
:ake. As you step into one the Institute of Fisheries Research
ocal vacant lots, feeling like and Dr. Carl 1ubbs. urator of
dingnagian in Liliput, you- fishes of the University Museum of
e overwhelmed; and the Zoology, when three stludent re-
s of two ping-pong enthu- search experts investigated eignty-
t the Union must be heard; three lakes in Kalkaska county,
ven credence. Michigan.
e whole, it would seem that Co-operating with the Land Eco-
y things which are growing nomic Survey and the Game Divi-
ire Ec assignments and the sign of the Michigan Conservation
doughnuts. department, the investigators who
re rapidly making the world formerly attended Michigan State
Singer's Midgets. and Indiana University completely

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The opening social meeting of the Inventive genius failed for, a __-- - remapped the lakes, sounding their
semester to be held at 8 o'clock time, but somebody revived ping- Only Ten Fail to Pass depths, determining their kinds of
Saturday will be addressed by Dean;pon, a contraction of tennis, and bottom, and studying their vegeta-
W. R. Humphreys, assistant dean Physical Examination tion both on shore and in the wa-
af he Literary college. . . T.-C. TO DRILL Given to 3000 Students1te Tureyalodetermined the tem-
Large Tu~rnout Expected praur -ooran-ceni-icoi
[seATe ti aloin oteI WATERMAN GYM t , tted all kinds of fish in abuxnd-
A godturnoutofEnemembers WAA According to~the statement of to determine the exactboca
go expected this fall owing to the Dr. W. E. Forsythe, of the Univer- tion of the various species of the
larger number of foreign students Edwards Announces New Plans sity health service, students enter- water inhabitant.
enrolled in the University. A dis- For Coming Year. ing the University, taken at large, An especial project was that o
tinctly increased enrollment of ___ possess a standard of physical con-dwrigopeceetdbcus
Chiese s enshas be noted Company drill of the campus R. ition much above the average.ys ofdreportst t e eenoterw
was announced by William Jacobs O. T. C. unit will be held in the Out of approximately three thous-fh
'3U, student secretary of the club. Waterman gymnasiu this yearI and new students, who have taken ing as large as the normal.
The purpose of the club, as ex- instead of in the R. 0,. T. C. drilllthe physical examination required Jones, and Laurence M. Ashley
p'laned by Yuen, i s to promote' h all, according to -an announce-I for entrance, only ten failed to 1Jvoneandte L.au ;rncec.tAsl
f dsh aend exchange of ideas i mnt made by Maj. Basil D. Ed- pass.nyd oiked b the erk rtoject ag-
on the university of Michigan cam- wards, commander of the unit. This fall marks the third year of Michian. The men will probably
pus with students from other lands. Last years plan, to drill for two of the class medical advisor plan. continue their work in the upper
gsdes this function of brmnging;I hours each week, outside if the Because students are more willing peninsula next summer on a much
the foreign students into a spirit weather permitted, has been stat- to confide in the same advisor larger scale, with the aid of the
of good will and fellowship, the i ed to be a failure by the command- throughout their full time at the state.
club aims, by the fact of its hav-ing officers because so many days University, this plan is proving ad-
ng American students in its mem- were unpleasant that any consist- vantageous. Dr. William Brace Fi l Debat Tryouts
bership, to give the foreign student}b ant drill was impossible. will again advise the class of '32,
. natural and intimate contact Plans have now been completed while Dr. John Fopeano is to ad- Will be e Tomorrow
with representative American life.,whereby 350 to 400 men can re- vise sophomores. Dr. M. R. Me--
IReception Scheduled I ceive at least one hour of drill per Garvey of McGill University, Tor- Final tryouts for the Speech 81
The second meeting of the year ; week. The gymnasium will be a onto, has been appointed medical class, from which the varsity de-
Will be an informal-reception so- great improvement over the boiler advisor to the class of '34. bating teams will later be chosen,
cial at the home of Professor Ed- 'room in the R. 0. T. C. building be- The health service is very busy will be held at 7 o'clock Friday
win C. Goddard ofdthe Law School cause it will be large enough for at present examining late comers night in the Alpha Nu room on the
and Mrs. Goddard at 1212 Hill company. maneuvers, and others who are beginning to fourth floor of Angell hall. All can-
Street. The band, which is made up of report for their sub-examinations. didates for the team who, have not
The initiation meeting to be FR. 0. T. C. members is a good proof passed Speech 33 and 34 must ap-
held at 8 o'clock, Saturday, Novem- of the fact that the unit is getting pear for a preliminary tryout at
ber 8 in Lane hall will be address- under way well this year. Major yorsy ,e rges EarLy this time. The candidates will be
ed by Dr. Frederick B. Fisher, who Edwards hopes to improve this Physical Examinations i ug by the members of the
has recently been brought here toM group. speech department;
serve as pastor of the Methodist The band is to have new uni- Dr. W. E. Forsythe, head of the Candidates will " be reqiuired to
episcopal church, forms which will consist of a blue health service, urges old students make a five-minute speech on one
The officers of the organization suit, a military cap, and a jacket to obtain health cards from their of the following subjects: "Resoly-
as elected last spring are as fol- which is to resemble the army class medical advisors as soon as ed, that the proposed deferred
lows: Jack Yuen '31 president, blouse. The gold capes are to be possible. This will eliminate the last rushing plan at the University of
Maida Kno Grad. vice president, worn only on special occasions, minute rush on the part of stu- Michigan be abandoned"; "Resoly-
Elizabeth M. Norton '32 recording !Major Edwards said. dents for physical examinations at ed, that capital punishment be the
secretary, and William Jacobs 30, The new band will consist of a- the Intramural building immedi- penalty for premeditated murder
student secretary. bout 95 men. , ately prior to the beginning of in- j in the state of- Michigan"; or "Re-

STA I(FNG TODAY
Te Qst Human and v Lov"'able
Picture o the Year!

ROBERT MONTGOMERY
LOUIS MANN
ELLIOTT NUGENT
LEILA HYAMS -

The laughs, the loves,
the sorrows that are
created when the gay,
reckless younger genera-
tion deals with its elders.
And what a cast!

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OTHER FEATtJRES TOO

Play Minature Golf
No extra charge to patrons-Play as long
as you like.

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tra-mural and intra-fraternity solved, that four years in college
athletic contests. are four years wasted."

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