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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

EK SESSIO

'Champions SilverI

SAMMY SQUIRT: A4 SLIGHT MISTAKE

loessorEmForts Says Meeting
Wil Take Place Dec. 28-
to Jan. 2.
WILL DISCUSS SURFACS
M~oning Sessions Will Be Given
Over to Lectures; Libary
Work in Afternoons.
An intensive one-week Institute
lesigned for highway engineers de-
fring to learn the nature an uses
f tars, gil, and asphalts, will be
geld here from Dec. 28 to Jan. 2,
Walter J. Emmons, associate pro-
lessor of highway engineering and
irctr of the state~ highway lab-
Vatory of the University, annoue-
:d. yesterday.
Although many county and city
'oad. {urds are small, there are be-
ng deyelpzqa in this and othera
states types of low cost bituminous,
e4s which may be satisfac-
pQ ly emiployed oncrtain city'j
tse 4 nd country highways, Pro-
; sorr E pas, said, following the-
. course of, this nature,, Macomb
ounty proceeded to develop a typeV
f construction meting its parti-
;ular condiitions.
Dafa to Be Detailed.
The University course will at-
ept to give detailed considera-
ion to theVe types of roads, defenr-
athe conditions under which
bey ,may be best constructed, and
Dgesing how highway authori-
a MAY m~ale use of local gravels
md onther m~aterias as part of the
zos etion~
.Morning sessions will be given
ver to~ lectures by Professor Em-
nus Afternoons will be <spent in
4ie highway laboratory or in the
ri4nsportation library of the Uni-
rersity, the mst complete ollec-
1on on this subject in the country.
A4POINT HOPWOOL
FNAMINING"BOARD
qj Eirmnate Avqers .iz Field
QfEssays, 'Poetry.
Appitments of Professors Louis
§44uss and Roy W Cowden, of1
heo Eplish departnent andi Prof.
3c Wr1. Parker, of the Pl~oso-
hy d partment, to an "elimina-
i'" xnittee in charge of essay
{ 1 pQs~ty manuscripts submitted
!3 ° da~tes fQr prigs in the1
,ve~ ~Jule Hopwod creatiee
~rtf . contest, were announced,
'eterda .
The 'connittee will' examine all
ianPUScipts submitted in the fields
fessay and poetry andj eliminate
l3ikse cosered unworthy of be-
W'° serif' to the final judges.
)eczn Lovell toSpea
we Sigma Rho"Tu
Dek# Alfred H. Lovell of the 00-
e o 'Engineezing, will speak be-j
ora "i aRho Tau, enginees'
r _ eq society, at its meeting
I velfwil speak .on "FU-,
u elxpn, ets in Engineering."
'~leire, ~ope~ito the public,
ip~ hld J4at 7:30 'clc in Room
4,8, -W_,'Engine eing bi4dn.
Vor the first time in the historyt
of iron ore z iniui in Minnesota,;.
asce- Dowty has passed a year
'Ithout a fataacide t.

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William Jennings Bryan, jr., like
his late fathker, a ex~am-pion of sil-
ver, issued in-vItations ini Loy An-
geles to goverr-ors of 15 states to
attend a silver conference.
Classics, Jazz to Ble Presented
at Fourth Choral Un~ion
Concert.
One of the' outstanding events of
Ainn Arbor's current musical sea-
son will take place Thursday night
in Hill auditorium when The Re-
velers, famed radio and recording
qiuartet, will present a varied pro-
gram ranging from the classics to
iazz in the 4Qwtt~, presentatjorn onj

S CEL CHEFS!
Human CanLcer Cells Nourish-
ed by -Three Scientists.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 30.-(iP)-- -The
world's strangest and newest jobs,
feeding meals to living human cs.n-
cer cells which are raised in glass
tubes, were on exhibition before
the Radiological Society of North
America toda ;T
The cancer cell chefs are three
New Yorkers, two men and a wo-
mrlan., They are shown in a scienti-
fic; movie film of the latest' things
in can~cer study at Crocker Cancer
Research Institute of Columbia
UJniversity and~ at Johns Hopkins
University. The. film is exhibited to
the X-ray convention by the Chem-
ical Foundation, Inc.
Per:i6ection of this artificial grow-
ing of, human cancer cells is a de-
velopment of the past few months.
S. S. Scott Will Speak
on. Author, Publish,?
S. Spencer Scott, vice -presidcn x
of Harcourt, Brace and Co., pub-
lishe~s*, will speak on "the Author
and His Publisher" at 8 o'clock to-
night in DRoom 2225 of Anigel Hall.
Mr. Scott's talk will be of parti-
cular interest and value to students
enrolled in sophomore composition
classes, but will be open to the pulb-
flic.

Rth enm Says High School Students Should
Consider Own Interests in C housing College
Consider your own interests,. abil- E Growth." "Entering the College of
ities, and ambitions before choos- Engineering" will be the topic of
ing the, college you. plan to enter,Alrd .Lolasstndeni
said President Ruthven yesterdayAlrd .Loelasitndann
to a radio audence of, high school the College of Engineering.
seniors. Prof. G. E. Carrothers, director of
Thris was the first talk on a ser- the division of high school inspec-
ies of five programs that -will be tion, will speak Wednesday on
broadcast this week, primarily for ",High School Seniors and Teaching
high school seniors throughout the as a Career." Elizabeth Lawrie, sec-
state. retary in charge of freshman ad-
"Because a college has proved 1 missions, will talky on "Information
satisfactory to a relative or a friend on Admissions."
does not insure that it will be the "Present Day Opportunities for a
best otne for you," Dr. Ruthven de- Career in Music" will be the sub-
clared, "Not only may your needs ject of Prof. David Mattern, of the
be. different from those of others, School of Music on Thursday. Prof.
but colleges change from year to C. C. Glover, secretary in thiie Col-
year. lege of Pharmacy, will talk on "The
"If possible," he continued, 'try Advantages of a Pharma cetical
to select a school with a diversified Education."
student body. You will, in college, "The Survival of the Fittest" will
receive a part of" your education be Prof. R. C. Hussey's ,_ilj ee on
from your associates." Friday, Dec. 4.4 Prof. Em :il Lorch,
Ira M. Smith, registrar, gave a director in the Architcctux..a1 col-
talk on this same program explain- liege, will talk on "Preparation for
inE the necessary requirements for Architecture and Related ihel ds."
entering the University. He. also
gave his listeners some idea as to
what preparation high school stu-
dents should make before .entering.
Clarence S. Yoakum, vice-presi- O
dent of the University and direcr-MO S
tor of educational: investigations, t CHARITY BALL
will speak today on "Educational

''he Choral ULnion concert serie
Lewis James, James Melton,
Dewey and Wilfred lenn coma
the, membership of the orgar
timA which has been called by3
tics "the finest singing ense
:in the/~world." They are accom7
iled by,: Frank Black, comiposer
pianist. James, the organizer ai
quartet, is -a native of Washte
county, born in Dexter and edi
ed in Ypsilanti. ,AII of the men
are outstaniding soloists in then
spective fields..
The Revelers today are cons!
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radio and have a unique recor
being on the air every night of
week~ over various broadcasts.

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associates in HOME COMING' CONCERT, CHORAL UNION SERIES, THURSDAY, DEC. 3.

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STARTING

WEDNESDAY

The Revelers have quite taken Londoni by storm. Their debut
was an enorm~ous sucess. They. are quite the best male singers we
have heard.-London Times.
The Revelers are, in- my opinion, the {finest vocal quintet to ap-
pear in Engaland.-Grenock Telegram, England.
Five remarkable artists , . rei arkable.-Le Soir, PFaris.
Their nto~rani are enchnting. Thev uwellfdsere 4. cr,.

A new technique of ontal combination. . equally--yes more
--enjoyable iupon the stage.-Philadelphia Inquirer.
I doubt if four more st~Aendaid vocies were ever combined in a
male quartet.-Akron Times.
The work of The Revelers has every attibute to completely artistic
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