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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1930

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FILIINOBULLEIINIDSR
IuS UiiT Y.

N1:chigan Termed One of leaderi
in 11 Out of 20 Subjects
Rated by Al,'.cc.
CHICAGO LEADS NATlIO
Pi es. R. M. Hughe , :G2 M1iam i
U~niversitvy, Educators

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NOW PRODUCES $1000,000 cR OP-ANNUALLY WIU!lLIVLIa I~UITTIN "THE"EA
Student-Faculty C.t{/^onference, q toS.41+ Y
Consider Problems From
Two Viewpoints.
3" >. " ;X N<Y SCHEDULED DEC. 27-3 1
Tden Will Represent University ;f t
::>:'x1 tDean BuarslcD' Cuts

DEPARTMENT G1IN
300 CASTMODELS
Prof essor Henry Miller Relate s
History of Use of Casting'- f
in Drawing Course.
A gift of 300 die-cast moclels h'i~
b een received by the mechanicail
drawing department of the Uin;
fversity from the Ternstedlt Manit-
facturing company-, vmanufactuIrers
of automobile hardwxare.
"The us~e of die castings in draw l-
ing courses," said Prof. Henry W.

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Mk eet0a. Eigh thess to G. r eiir, z
met,V
Make ~lecanI.ago byt
41j Analysis of Universty campus 'hnd
nthNoebr .Problems will be undertaken from I parts du
..Filipino Student Duik ohfa-at ads enar. pit theo
atesd at te fjy"ivthehe C~~ni' i na-- x en-F-
..tyca ecDc 7t 1i n o
throughout the cc,'Y ~"r
" iI Detroit win h a qarter s at theth o g
i~ named sharough
u:t sholon 1o-; 7C adilac hotel there ar
I PC-so-nl f cols e edeegations.
-ubjects listed. The selection ersh : numbering more tha n 2000, will be Othger i
made by R. M Hi42'dC ivided immediate ly upn the open- planrof
of Miami Univer Sity, in eolaboff- s 'exofa the. conference hinto seven o
tionz with twenty m;°i1;l's of the 2- coi~so~ ated t3 study andi~PesPioa aeue
faculty at Miami. i_:he .r..uts wor? I . mss:.Idi.ce 5s prob'emns including the ad- iz ~d Cunningham, mie fe t~:Cmmne fteLvahnTcss
compiled atriensr3lrhnPtrative policy, the educational Cmadro h eiLa h a
k N systemF' moral standards, and the and senior ra~nin g officer in the be ued
wor ad -res n-r v1~Jimeal and organized life of the Amerian mercha nt marine, wii drawing
every section of the c Dar y. c
The University of Chicag~o is the Fome, resert wastes now are verdant with date orchards in the Coach ela valley o s .:'rn .eiX Y~asat . campnlus.Social attitudes and r6reign his commnn d when the ship tn WsenCneecIsho pniiiis proa detsn os nodyoki eray
onY ser oneecesholTe rnetho3 of 'harveting"dates i hwand the gui at lefti s pacririn? ten for p in et pniiiis esoa detsn osit dyoki emay rf
metine sholwnth,2 dpat-ad vocational guidance, and the---Prf
mentions edingallog the fieprt- in \ ;ae and i l heed ithe fires i place of religion in the college will Glee Club to Release athro
five or six in standing. Michigan Frnh,,IC f Amlindla o eve.T ~nc' lzn also be analyzed.7 speak1
FrnhNIClf --Amlindla fh en Ir esbaig uropean TipFodes nie
is second with 11 out of 20, and 11l-rcrpodaeisgoigisot- ±,,ToDcusGdn.ipFles Uiv:
andWicosi tid oethrQ Chicag.o. Harva rd, C o 1 u m b i a, crp o aesi.roiginsuh-, i .es care of t_.r head, and T ic sGaig __ h
wih8 oms0ontelitEgtPnctonJhns Hopkins, Ciff orh 'sCoahell valey ucuepr ovie an averageI cussion will, attempt to set t 1 e,I Folders descibing the itinerary, presen
wih8oto 0o h it ih ic n okna d er' wast, not many years ao. ofiii H1var -fot 0« x 0w2' 'eyorlyfor thouprice and geneal details of the ing the
of the 20 divisions are headed by nia, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvana. Tu artesian wells is arsibuted e r0,Y,, t~l Iwogh the combined opinions and I uopa tu wihtheGe cu
the University of Chicago, while' e a 5.mr xeineo aut n uet
Harvard leads seven. Columbic.a ,nGorph.mr porssiaae utrehr ( ~ll-ai>, Cal- I such questions as th( ielation of b lae sponsoing for next sumer will
withi three, and Wisconsin and Cal- Chicago, Clark, Wisconsin, Co- than was achieved in centuries nfria iaei and h ae!tutest h sdn ndCIto theof be today, Gayle Chaffin
lumbia, Harvard, iMichigan, Cali, desert part, of the biblical Irealmr c32iQmanagercareoftetdae trlteetothe resient nd t th
~fornia with one each complete fornia, and Yale. Within 25 l ztasfun years the. Coachella aammtw rm cnetioni to students, of the effectiveness of'3,mngrothclanuc-K p
Therains reas olow: eoogy vlly asdevloedprdutio t glme aTlon I he'herccliary traits complete student gvrnetad.ccysterday. The sanction of theI f
The laig r sflos algapoiaey30000pondsiist. wuichdstinauishei its different! the relation of endowments to the I trip was given Tuesday night byj
Chica go, Yale, Columbia, Ha- ti wxi~tl 30000 0lld ,a~1iis mj.:e Ln t M&1 es. }Iuil.ding of character. Analysis ofI President Alexander G. 1 uthven. "Gol
A tronomy. yaearlye-edcatinal sstemwillinclde IThe tripte first of its kind at China">
California, Chicago, Michig;an.vad Wisconsin, johns Hopkins,yery-ot$1000. There arc male and femnale palms,~eeuatoa y
Princeton, Yale, Harvard, Wiscon- Stanford, and Caiornia. it has planted 81500 date palms, n f<,rirsn ca aepat ''ttpc stesse fga-i Mci-n ilicu- l h ed uso
Gema. uatnr^ed cye . ~,0: hgshe feasibity of examinations ing cities in uroe and the vr he Gec
si ad Botany. NrheWenIvisconsin, Harvard, Columbia, l isped acrea ges that have a pooten d the i'tand 500Fuss e lr'5 '(Ve, gid the value of the point-credit uus points o interest which are o'clock
ChcgClmiHrad Johns Hopkins, Chicago, Illinoista yield of 20,000,000 pounds a .o nirrasdhea500emofemlutiga tudnta!poulr Theouiss.tural S
Chicago, Columbia, ~~~~~~~~~~year.eraps dwithinfieyas omrersteritad. sytmoevlaigatun'sIPuarihtuit.
Cornell, Wisconsin, Michigan, Johns Yale, and AMichigan. :wsa l Aai aig hintrn nuntol fe tiisedby )o iln ~
Hlopkins, and Minnesota. IPolitical Science. siii~i~ej~ pifrom Lh i^ae leifTen to Attend. jp; r

iaca i th e carawing aeparL-
was institted several years
the University of Mlichigan,
im;ps were visited to get oil
difficulty encountered then
fac t that therwe was Only
Jel to work from, while now,
tdonations and purchases
"e many different castings of
models available for use.
schools quickly adopted the
the university and castings
I for models in enigineering
throughout the country.
tings in this recent gift will
I in the last mechanical
course," he said.
Radio Today.
Leslie A. White, of the
)pology department, will
this afternoon during the
*sity radio program.
Midnite Sons quartet will
t a series of numbers dur-
e program.
inskt to Lecture
r Geological Club
ogy and Mining in Indo-
will be the topic of a dis-
by Robert Karpinski before
)logical Journal club at 8
tonight in room 4056," Na-
cience building.

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Chemistry.
Harvard, Princeton, Ch ic a go,
Johns Hopkins, Cornell and Cali-
fornia Institute of Technology.
Classics.I
Harvard, Princeton, C h ica go,1
Johns Hopkins, Pennsylvania, Co -
lumbia. Michigan, and Yale.
Economics.
Harvard, Columbia, Chicago, Yale,
Johns Hopkins, Michigan, a n d
Pennsylvania.
Education.
Columbia, Chicago, Hi a r v a r d,
Stanford, New York, Iowa, Minnes-
ota, and Ohio' State.
English.
Harvard, Columbia, Yale, Chica-
go, Princeton, Cornell, Bryn Mawr,
and Johns Hopkins.

Harvard. Chicago, Columbia, Wis -
ccnsin, Illino is, Michigan, Prince-
ton, and Mv'ichigan.

Johns Hopkins.

History. 'Psychlogy.
H-arvard, Columbia, Chicago, Yale, Columbia, Harvard, Chicago, Cor-
Cezinell, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, nell, Johns Hopkins, Iowa, Stan-
I Nr n fnn nl ai~ri .1ford, and Michigan.

inean: l chM. el !71.bi netbYf both
mnale and female prims, the la ,tter'
ceaSing to beeraOi.Coots at 10 to
15 yea_:_ of a,'e. } xne live t~o be

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Iathematics. ISociology. Pa- ou'heCo aeae-lc valey {
ChcaoClubi, icosireach a commercial ixc - .io ofj
Chicago, Harvard, Princeton, Ill- Chcg, olmiWsni, about 75 pounds per rt: >iifth
inois, Columbia., Cornell, Yale, and Minnesota, Michigan, Ha r v a r d.stixth year, x_00 Yjol :nds a _ the
Wisconsin. Missouri, and Pennsylvania. se venth and 200 by the tenth. The!yI
Philosophy.I Spanish. are planted 4-3 to thea e with two
Harvard., Columbia, C h i c a g o, Chicago, Harvard, California, Co- or three males among the~ number.
Cal nell, Y a1 e, Princeton, Johnsf lurnbia, Princeton. Pennsylvania.: The L"ovwe s of the female are
Hopkins, and California. Yale, and Illinoi s. han:_d-pollinated, blooming f r om
PhysiAcs.{ Zoology. Febmuamy to April and the fruit
Chica go, Harvard, California In- Columbia, Chicago, Harvard, Yale, iripans iron- about AtmK 1 1 Go c-
.stitute of Technology, Princeton, Johns Hopkins, Princeton, jiinois, ' ceniher, the pilcking sea-son lasting
Yale, Coluimbia, Wisconsin, and and Michig~an. about i hree racuth s.

Mkichigan delegates will hold a'
preliminary conference Friday to
survey the local campus situation,
in order to present-for study prob-
lhns that have arisen her e to cause
diff'erences in opinion and attack.
.Michigan's delegation will includej
10 faculty members and students.
Changes in the personnel from that
announced last week are the sub-
stitution of Dean Joseph Bursley
for Registrar Ira M. Smith, and Er-3
dine Griffith, '33, for Roberta Reed,,
'31. Others to represent the Uni-
versity will be Clarence S. Yoakum.,
Dr. S. A. Courtis, Ethel McCormick,
Albertina Maslen, '31, Ruth Van
Tuyi, '31A, Lyle Passmore, 33, Ed-
gar Hornik, '33, and Gilbert Bums-I
ic y, '34.f

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