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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

the Auditorium of the University High School. The program will be
presented by students in the Correlated Course in Education. Anyone
interested is invited. C. 0. Davis, Sec'y, School of Education.
Students in Education F16: This course will meet henceforth in
Room 4009 University High School instead of in the Yost Field House.
Dr. Lynam.
-Choral Union Rehearsal: The regular Choral Union rehearsal will
be held this evening at the School of Music at the usual time.
MEETINGS TODAY
Dr. E. W. Blakeman, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, will speak
at the Fifth Lane Hall Religious Forum at 4:15 p. m.,in Lane Hall. His,
topic is: 'Church Unity Today'. All students invited.
Junior Research Club meets in Room 2116 N.S., 730 p. in. e'l
history of aeronautical research-Milton J. Thompson. The transforma-
tion of :energy in the human organism-F. H. Wiley.
Athena: Business meeting i~n the Chapter Room at 8 p. m. Commit-
tee appointments and plans for the Intramui'al debate January 12.
Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma: Program by the pledges will be pre-
sented in closed session at tonight's meeting. There will be no open
meeting.

Adelphi house of Representatives: The session tonight will be in
the form of a closed business meeting. All members are urged to attend,
as it will be the most important meeting of the semester.
Zeta Phi Eta meeting of pledges and actives at 7:30. Everyone is
requested to be present, and pledges are asked to be prepared on the
memory work.

BONNER ISELCD
PHILOLOGICAL HEAD,
National Language Society Elects
Greek Literature Professor
First Vice-President.
Prof. Campbell Bonner, of the de-
partment of Greek language and
literature, was named first vice-
president of the American Philo-
logical association, it was announc-
ed yesterday. The annual meeting
of the association was held Dec. 29-
31 at Richmond, Va.
Prof. H. A. Sanders, of the same;
department, was named a member
of the executive committee, a posi-
tion held by Professor Bonner prior
to being elected a vice-president.
Professor Sanders also rea~d a, paper
dealing with his recent professor-
ship at the American School of
Classical Studies in Rome, and also
served as chairman of the nominat-
ing committee for the Archaeologi-
cal institute, which met in joint
session with the Philological asso-
ciation.
SProf. J. G. Winterpresided over
the meeting of the advisory coun-
cil of the American school in Rome.
Soph Prom Committee: Pictures
will be taken Wednesday at 12:15
in the Dey Studios. Wear dark
clothing. Favors will also be given
out at that time.
Senior Society meeting Thursday,
7:30 p. m., at Helen Newberry Resi-
dence. All absences must be ex-
cused.
Michigan Socialist Club: Francis
King, Detroit socialist,'will describe
the plans of the Michigan Socialist.
Party at 7:30 Wednesday evening,
in Room 304 of the Michigan Union.
Important meeting of the executive
council at 7 o'clock.
Used Book Exehange: All Stu-
dents interested in the Used Book
Exchange are invited to meet with
the Socialist Club, 7:30 Wednesday
evening at the Union.
Chess and Checker Club meets in
Room 203 Michigan Union, Jan. 6,
at 7:30.
Special assembly for students and
instructors in\ Education at 4:15
Tuesday, January 5, in University
high school auditorium. The pro-
gram is being given by students of
the Correlated Course.

BIOGRAPHER ILI
!FOR 1832_DEBATE

Western Conference Teams
Discuss Cancellation
of War Debts.

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Announcement of the question to
be debated next semester by mem+-
bers of the Western Conference de-
<:.. bating league has been made )j
James H. McBurney of the Speech
department who has charge of the
organization fortMichigan, manage
ing school of the league this year
On. March 17, Michigan's Varsit
debating teams will meet Illinoli
and Iowa ,in a Conference debate
on the subject: Resolved that as
World War International Debts and
Reparations Should be Cancelled.
Those interested in debating ma$
see McBurney in his offlee, 4200
Angell hiall, before the second se,
mester begins,as the tryouts fol
the squad will be held' shortly after
_____________________ . ,. the beginning of that session.
Associated Press Photo
Motor trucks on Ohio farms have
Lytton. Strachey, world - famed 4ncreased from 7,319 in 1920 to
biographer is seriously ill of para- 39,201 in 1930.
typhoid at his home near Marl- A tree at London, 0., is a coin-
borough, England. Mr. Strachey is bination oak and elm, apparently
51 years old. growing from the same roots.

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Christian Science Organization meets in the Chapel of the Michi-
gan League building at 8 p. m. All students and faculty interested are
invited to attend.

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J-Hop Committee: Important meeting at 7:30 tonight in Room 302,
Union.
Michigan Chapter of University Dames meets in Lane Hall at 8
p. m. The Dramatic section has charge of the meeting. The program
will be a reading by Miss Mary Pray, entitled, "The Maker of Dreams,"
and Dr. Charleg McGaw will give, "The Terrible Meek." The wives of
all students enrolled in the University are cordially invited to attend.
Bookshelf and Stage Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet
with Mrs. D. M. Lichty,'922 Olivia Ave., at 2:45 p. m. Mrs. R. D. Hollister
will be the assisting hostess.

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Society of Industrial Engineers meets Wednesday, Jan. 6, at 7:30
p. m., ;i Room 306, Michigan Union. Professor C. D. LaRue will speak
on, "A botanist's Contribution to Industry." This should be a very
interesting talk, as Doctor LaRue has conducted many investigations
for concerns such as Ford Motor Company and United States Rubber
Company. Promptness in attendance is desirable.

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Large headsizes made to order,
McKINSEY HAT SHOP
227 South State Street
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