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es. Ruthven, Dean Edmonson,
Five Others Aid Governor
in Health Conference.
'resident Rutihven, Dean J. B.
nonson of the Education school,
I five other Michigan faculty'
n will be members of the advi-
y council of the governor's con-
ence on child health and pro-
tion, Noverber 9 to 11, at Lans-
'he conference, presided over by
v. Wilber M. Brucker, is exten-
a of the two sessions of the
ite House Conference on Child
lth and Protection, in Novem-
1930 and February, 1931. Nine
tes have since held follow-up
ferences; four states, including
higan, will confer this month;
[ another is to hold its confer- ]
e in January.
he Children's Charter; which
stallized the findings of the
ite House Conference, sounds
keynote of the Michigan con-
ece. It reads, in part:
For every child spiritual and
ral training to help him to stand
a under the pressure of life.
For every child understanding
the guarding of his personal-
as his most precious right.
ther University men on the
neil are Dr. Frederick G. Novy,
irman of the executive commit-
of the medical school; Dr.
ies D. Bruce, director of the de-
tment of post-graduate medi-
e; Dr. John Sundwell, director
he department of hygiene and
lic health; Dr. Chalmers J. Ly-
professor of oral surgery; and
fessor Arthur E. Wood of the
ology department.
tto W. Haisley, superintendent
Ann Arbor schools, and Miss
nie Buell, state lecturer for
higan State Grange, will also
e on the council from Ann Ar-
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NOTICE
JDENT LAXJNDRY WANTED-
:lled for and delivered. Phone
63. 150

IRISH TRIM PENN
IN49 TOO WIN
SOUTH BEND, Ind Nov. 7.-()P)
-Notre Dame's powerful football
machine swept aside the University
of Pennsylvania easily today to
emerge{ the victors by a score of
49 to 0.
The Notre Dame team scored al-
most at will, holding the Quakers
without much effort except for a
mild threat which carried into their
33-yard line at the start of the
third period. The varsity played
through the first half, piling up 21
points. After that, the reserves took
up the work and completed the
route.
Wood Stars as Harvard
Beats Dartmouth, 7-6'
CAMBRIDGE, Nov. 7.-(IP)-Capt.
Barry Wood kept Harvard in the
undefeated class today by com-
pleting a 45-yard scoring pass to
Hageman and then drop-kicking
the extra ponit that gave the Crim-
soh a 7 to 6 victory over a hard-
fighting Dartmouth team.
There were only four minutes re-
maining when Wood performed his
miracle. Dartmouth scored early in
the first period when Morten tossed
a beatuiful pass to McCall after
the Dartmouth quarterback recov-
ered Schereschewsky's fumble on
Harvard's 28-yard line.
Georgia Beats N1Y.U.
7 to 69 Is Undefeated

Carnegie Tech Topped
by Pitt Panthers, 14-6
PITTSBURGH, Nov. 7.-(/P)-The
Pitt Panthers had a battle on their
hands in the 1,8th annual football
clash with a never-dying Carnegie
Tech eleven here today, but came1
off with a 14 to 6 victory and the
city gridiron championship.
The Panthers struck out at the
start and collected a touchdown on
their first offensive. Taking the
kick-off, they made first down.
Heller then passed to Reider for
a gain of 41 yards to put the ball
on Carnegie's 10-yard line. Four
plunges at the line put the ball
across in the arms of Reider, and
MacMurdo booted the extra point.
Fake Salesman Works
'Racket' on Students
Students, particularly those liv-
ing in fraternities and sororities,
last night were warned by the In-
terfraternity Council that a man
posing as a representative of the
Times Sales Co. of Chicago is sell-I
ing magazines subscriptions on the
campus without authorization.
Deposits on subscriptions are ask-
ed by the "representative," the
Times Sales Co. informed the coun-
cil. The man is a discharged em-
ployee of the Chicago firm.

Daily Official Bulletin
(Continued from Page S)
Phi Delta Kappa: An important
business meeting at the Michigan
Union, Wednesday, Nov. 11, at 7 p.
m. All active members are urged to
be present. There will be no lunch-
eon meeting this week on account
of the meeting on Child Welfare in
Lansing.
Pegasus ride to be held Wednes-
day morning, Nov. 11. Members and
those who have received invitations
to membership meet at the League
at 9:30. Transportation furnished.
If you cannot come, notify Char-
lotte Hushson (23225) before Tues-
day evening. There is a penalty for[
failure to do so.+

Mummers: Special meeting Tues-
day at 4 o'clock in the League bldg.
Assignment of room will be on the
bulletin board. All members must
be present.
Mathematical Club: The Novem-
ber meeting will be held Tuesday
at 8 p. m., in Room 3201 Angell hall.
Prof. Craig will present a paper
"On a Tchebycheff inequality of
Bernstein." Everyone interested is
invited to attend.
Student Press Club:\ Meeting at
8 o'clock Monday evening, in the
Alumni room of Michigan League.
Richard L. Tobin, managing editor
of The Daily, will speak. All jour-
nalism students are members of the
club.
Druids will meet at noon tomor-
row in the Union.
Mimes: There will be an import-
ant meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p. i.,
at the Union. Every member must
be present.
Sophomore Cabaret: The tango
group will meet at 3 o'clock Monday
in Barbour gym. The singing group
will meet at 4 p. m., Monday, at
the League. Giant puppet group
will meet at 4 o'clock at the gym.
Modernistic group at 5 o'clock at
the gym. The Michigan band take-
off at 5 p. m., at the gym.

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Michigan Socialist Club: August
Classens will not speak on Sunday
afternoon as was previously an-
nounced. There will be a meeting
Wednesday evening in the Michi-
gan Union.
The Spark That Started the World
War: Dr. F. S. Onderdonk will give
an illustrated lecture on the assas-
ination of Archduke Franz Ferd-
inand, Tuesday, Nov. 10, at 4:15, in
Room 231 Angell hall.

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