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November 11, 1931 - Image 2

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4 Jewelry, Money Taken Dfl(
*n Dormitory Robbery iiii VAT OF 1882L
Thieves forced entrance to two IC
first-floor rooms in the Pember-
erine street late Sunday night
while the occupants were away and R. W. Cooley, Dean of North
escaped after ransacking the rooms Dakota Law School,
and removing numerous articles of
value. Entrance was gained by cut- Passes.
ting a window screen.
The loot taken from the two Roger W. Cooley, member of the
rooms included two wristwatches, class of 1882, and Dean of the Law
several articles of jewelry, and some school of the University of North
roiey Dakota, died last Saturday at a
Grand Forks, North Dakota hospi-
alOSSBcILL DISPLAYDean Cooley was born in Deco-
rah, Iowa, in 1859. He was educated
fsluin the schools of Decorah and then
AeveralaricleeDU sattended the University of Michi-
gan. While here, Cooley was
member of Sigma Phi and Phi Al-
Michigan's Most Brilliant Birds pha Delta fraternities and the
Order of the Coif.
Included in Zoology After his graduation, Mr. Cooley
. Exhibit. returned here between 1906 and
y 1911 several times as a special lec-
s Two exhibitions, consisting of turer. In 1911 he became professor
wood duck and crossbill displays of law at the University of North
h Dakota.
been added to the University Although stricken with blindness
museums. last June 22, Dean Cooley continued
The wood duck display, mounted to conduct his classes and the ad-
by James I. Wood, ptreparator of ministrative affairs of the Law
the museum of zoology, contains School until the time he was taken
ill with influenza a week before his
two of Michigan's brightest plumed death. His condition became critical
ducks. These fowl are protected by last Wednesday when pneumonia
a rigid game law, and are seldom developed and he was taken t a
Grand Forks hospital where he
caught. One of the specimens on died. He lapsed into a coma at 2
d exhibit was caught in the Irish p. m., Thursday and died on Sat-
Hills, the other a gift of the con- urday morning at 1:30.
servation department.
Crossbill mounting will be on dis- Senior sines Class
play tonight. The group consists Vote ivMas
of American and Crosswing cross- Will VYttoon Nov. 17
bills, birds with highly specialized
beaks which enable them to eat Senior business administration
seeds out of cones. They are limit elections will be held Tuesday, Nov.
1ed to the northern part of the 17 in room 206, Tappan hall. All
state. The groul;, also prepared by candidates for office must present
Wood, shows them in their natural eligibility slips. No ballot will be
_ surroundings. issued to anyone not presenting his
identification card.
Literarry Freshmen Other class elections in the busi-
ness administration school will be
to rote Tomorrow held on tWo days immediately fol-
e Elections for the freshman class __oft eliter rycollgewillbehel
of the literary college will be held
s at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow in room Ap
a 25, Angell hall.
s Freshman and sophomore elec-
- tions in the College of Architecture
e will be held at 4:15 o'clock today STARTING TODAY
in the architecture building.
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em, not a single road. There nouncement yesterday by Jean Paul
ould be three direct east and west Slusser, professor of painting.
>utes across th .continent, as well Four different paintings will be
s a number of north and south made available to the subscribers
rteries. for a period of two months each,
By its brilliant lighting, the road The pictures which are to be lent
ould serve as a continuous- guide are now on display in room B of
>r planes. The fast freight trans- Alumni Memorial hall. Each pic-
ortation would move factories out ture has on it a card containing
f the cities to the open country, spaces for hose interested in the
nd deal a death blow to slums, picture to sign up for it and desig-
aldwin believes. nate for which period they would
- - -
The /e'er Eoneersr
Blazing a Trail
Through the Wilderness
HARDY spirits of today are undismayed in the face o
Hwilderness of 'collapsed' business structures. They ~
know it is only those of "little faith" who fail to pull through;
tha( now, if ever, opportunity beckons to men of energy
and ideas. : : We believe in pioneers of 1931. We want -
the chance of' talking to one, of exchanging opinions, of 8
lending support. Won't you accord us the pleasure of an i

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Girl Reporter
On-the-job en-
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Thrills and
heart throbs
of a reporter.
Concert Series Added
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