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THE M T CJ41GAS"

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JAPANESE RUSH.. REINFORCEMENTS TO SHANGHAI

JIflVLIVI I
1ff MARCH

ral Hundred Are Expected
to Attend Convention
Opening Mar. 18.
rnbers of Michigan's oldest and
t society for the advancement
Lowledge, the Michigan Acad -
of Suience, Arts, and Letters,
convene in Ann Arbor on
h 17, 18; and 19, according to,
Young, of the forestry school,
is secretary of the society.
convention, at v~hich it is!
ted several hundred of the
emler~s will be present, will be
h'irty-seventh annual meeting
e acadenmiy.
the opening lecture of' the
-day session, "The Family as
4Al Unit," to be presented by
Robert H. Lowie, of the Uni-
y of California, as annual vis-
lecturer, will comprise a learn-
scussion by an anthropologist
nationally known for his work~
e field covered by this topi,
,11 as for his othler activities.
f. Lowie at present is working
roblems of anthrop-logy for
national research c uncil in
Angton.I
if. Jesse S. Reeves, W. W. Cook,
ssor of American institutions
hea~d of the political science
rtent, will present a lecture
riday afternoon, March 18, on
ontest between Bolivia and
;uay over the Chaco. ProfC.
s' address is to be the general
e of the session. According to
jers of the academy the speech
faited with interest because
,of. Reeves' reputation as an
rity on international law and
ions.
Friday night, March 18, is.
Llecd the annual society ban-
at which Tyr. W. B. Hinsd1ale
speak on "Tecumseh's Illus-
'as his presidential addres
h3is session.i Dr. Hinsdale's 36
cof service in anthropology,
ology, and in medicine on the
ersity faculty have been cling-
recently by intensive research
the history of the Indian
s' of Michigan.
flJA% ED
D I1DH

H. [S b M ONES FINDS
English ProfessorD i s c v s s e s
ProfitLs, Literary Vatue
of. .vodern Writings.
"Except for a, chang2ed vocabu-
lary. I find little specifcally 'new'
in the new' biography," says Prof.!
Howard Mum'ford, Jone-s. of the
English -department, in an article
of his appearing in the current is-
sue of The English Journal. The
title of Prof essor Jones' essay' is
"Methods in Contemporary Bio-
graphy."
Professor Jones, who devotes most
of his article to an analysis of the
various methods employed by bio-
graphers of the last decade, some
of whom have attained to no small
popularity, finds neither "evidence
~from the critical point of view that
the literary value of the 'new' bio-
graphy is. as great as its profits on
the market," nor that the so-called
'new' biography really deserves the
appelation it has received.
Toward the end of Professor
Jones' article he sets forth what he
considers to be the underlying diffi-)
culty of all biography in the con-
flict between its demands as "sci-
ence" and it demands as "art."
"In biography," writes Professor
Jones, "truth lies in a sort of mid-
dle between various extremes, and
to attempt a logical theory of form
essentially illogical in its attempted
fusion of contradictory elements is
usually disastrous."
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With continued host5Uities in Shanghai and fears of 5,000 bluejackets by alarger Chinese army, Tokyo
ordered a full army division of 11,000 men to the battle area. Above is a recent picture of a regiment of
Japanecse troops on the march 'in Manchuria.'

Bell Raresentati'Ves
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Representatives of the tell Sy,-
tern are here today P~ interview
men about communication work in
general or about the ultim ate out-
look for plagement with the Bell
System in,. particular. Th#.,se inter-
vicws will, however, not bo recruit-,
Jn- ones. It is expected the inter-
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dent of Michigan Bell Telephone,
Mr. R. Foulkrod, .extensio~n plant
engineer, and Mrs. H. G. '11cr, in
charge of installation and, mainte-
nance, Ann Arbor.
The first private telephoane call
from Honolulu to the Uited States
was. made to Tryorn, N. 'C., When,
Frank Moore tap~ed: to his, ,brother,
John, in' the Hawaiian city.

PRESIDENTIAL STRAW VOTE WILL
BE CONDUCTED BY "WHAT TO DO'
A campus wide poll to ascer.tai points on the campus will be used
senitiment conlcern1inzg the choice of to record the studecnt's votes. The
the next President of the United poll is bein~g sponsored by the pub-
StaOtes will be held March 15 and lication, "What to Do,' a publicity
16, according' to an announcement cry, z- delivered wi tho01ut cost
yesterday by Donald Tobey, '331Ens. trugiu the city.

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An exhibit, showing a va rie Ls-
sortment of woven, voile and alpaca.
rfabrics furnished by the Schumach-
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exhibition on the first floor o f the
Architectural building", soauth OfJ the
Imain lobby., This exhibit:, ihWcuciri.g
fab i !rics of many clrsadmdr
Idesign, will continue~ for several
weeks.

alhae<225 73

SAO., who is in charge bf the plans,
The straw vote is being scheduiledl
at a time when interest in presi-
dential possibilities will be at a
peal. The dIate will correspond
with a union forum at which some
prominent Republican candidate
will appear.
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