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THE MICHICAN DAILY

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SHORT SUBJECTS
tSKIP THE MAL Oa'-Charley Chase Coinedy.
"PENALTIES"-Football for the Fars.
"SCREEN SOUVENIERS"--Gay Nineties
PARAMOUNT SOUND NEWS

Transportation Ch to Discuss
Atities Foz Semester
at Meeting Tonight.
PLAN TECHNICAL TALKS
Membership in National Traffic
Club Organization Hoped
for Soon.
Expansion to an important placc
n the realm of campus activities
s the year's aim. of the Transpor--
;ation club which will hold its first
neeting at 7:30 o'clock tonight in
oom 1213 East Engineering build-
ng.
At the meeting, plans whereby
he organizati.on can achieve this
oal will be discussed and the ten-
ative formation of a series of
speeches, trips and discussions
vhich will be submitted by the of-
icers will also be passed on.
Taks, Trips Planned.
The talks and discussions which
he society has planned include1
hose by men who stand high in
he fmelds of railroad, aeronautics,.
narine, automotive and highway.
Trips, it is planned, will be taken
o the Detroit waterfront, Ford and,
Detroit airports, automobile fac-{
nries and railroad terminals in
aekson and Toledo.-
One of the outstanding events
vhch will mark the season's ac-
ivities will be the society's afiilia-7
ion with the Associated Trafficl
lubs of America which i; hopes to
ffect soon. Membershbip in this
atter organization will enable the
tudent to become acquainted withl
.he transportation problems and
rogress of the world.l
50 traffic cu.s, situated all over-
he United States belong to the as-1
ociation which is'comA posed of men
asociated with transportation and
imilar industries.

Associated Press Photo
Morris Keaton, 14, is the young-
est person ever to matriculate at
Southern Methodist university, Dal-.
las. He had a 99 average all through
high school, is licensed to preach,
likes baseball and tennis, and playsj
three musical instruments.
WHITE TO SPEAK
ON RADIO SERIES
Science in General Industry' Isa
Topic of Five Lectures ,
Prof. Albert E. White, director
of the department of engineering
research, will speak on the general
subject of "Science in Modern In-
dustry," Saturday night which will
inaugurate the second series of
University radio program lectu'res
to be sponsored this year ,by the
Btreau of Alumni relations.
In ,his series of five lectures Pro-
fessor White will treat many phases
of the scientWc development of the
present day. His subjects will range
from "The Four Corner stones of
Research" to "The Edison Age."
A complete list of the lecture
topics with the date on which each
is to be given, follows: Nov. 21,
"The Edison Age;" Nov. 28, "Re-
search - Practical and Impracti-
cal;" Dec., 5, "'Fundamental Re-
search and Business;" Dec. 12, "The
Four Cornerstones of Research;''
Dec. 19, "Research and Business
Cycles."

Students Residing Out of Town
May Now Withdraw Books
After Registration.
students who do not reside in
Ann Arbor will be able to obtain'
books hereafter from the Library,
according to a new regulat ion put
into 1,.e111by T . ibriary o l%-ials.
T h e " e tu d e n s w lr l a v e to re g -
ister their addresses and telephone
numbers at the circulation desk,
and must arrange to return the
books lent to them within tventy-
four Jhours on dem and < of the Li-
brary.
A considerable number of the
students now do not reside in Ann
Arbor, librarian William W. Bishop
stated, but come to the University
several times a week for their
classes. This makes it difficult for
the librarians to obtain books lent
to these students on short notice
when they are needed for a partic-
ular class assignment.
"On the other, hand," Bishop
said, "circulation to individuals is
a privilege granted on the condi-
tion that it will not interfere with
the use of the library's books by*
others." The Library officials are
tllref ore putting into effect this
new regulation, he stated.S
"It is hoped by this means," li-
brarian Bishop said, "to avoid theM
serious difficulties which have been
encountered in securing the prompt
return of books, and at the same
time afford to all students of the
University an equal share in the
privilege of drawing books.",
Mediccu Hon 'or Society
Chooses New Members
Outstanding students who have
distinguished themselves in the
senior class1 of the medical school
were chosen yesterday for mem-
bership in Alpha Omega Alpha,
scholastic honor society.
Those chosen include: Allen M.
Boyden, Victor Nelson, M i l t o n
Mendlowitz, Kimi Nogimi, Joseph
P. Belsley, Albert Berg, and Jerome
Cohn. The annual initiation ban-
quet will be held in honor of those
elected some time during the early
part of December, it was announc-
ed.

Constantly growing groups of
people, attracted to the qampus by
the desire to enter the Hopwood
prize contest will provide a benefi-
cial atmosphere to the University,
according to Prof. Howard M.
Jones, English professor and nem-
ber of the committee on the Avery
and Jule Hopwood prize contest.
It is reasonable to believe, he
said, that the presence of such a.
contest as the Hopwood contest will
attract people to the campus, not
only for the thousands of prize dol-
lars available, but also because of
the interest that will be aroused in
creative writing. Indeed, even in
the short time that the contest has
been under way several students
have been attracted here by it es-
pecially.

It will take at least four years,
he added, for the full, value of the
contest in that capaCity to be thor-
oughly appreciate-, But it will no
doubt in time amount to the es-
tablishing of a new literMry atmos--
phere on the campus.
As the Hopwooi contest becomes
better kpiown it will attract better
writers; and this goup of writers
will do much to build up a literary
tradition on the campus which will
not fail to be of value to the mem-
bers of the group itself and to the
University as a whole. The Hop-
wood contest, he said by way of
<analogy, should lend th ; te to
Michigan writers that the Pulitwr
contest has douc for American
\vriter,.

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HEARST NEWS-NOVELTY ACT
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NOTICE
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY. They
are th 'c peoplt who_ want and
et quick results. If you have
anything to borrow, beg or bar-
ter call 2-1214 and ask for the
Classified Advertising Depart-
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Laundry- drop box at Barbecue
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on, November 19 and 20, ]lisj
them with the Department of
Journalism any a fternoon, 2 to
5. Telephone 4121 .(University),
then 485.
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