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TIHE MIIHCIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27,

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'Kingfish' Long Finances Football Trip

Students Must
Re ister Today
For SCA Trip!

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Today is the last day on which stu-
dents can register for the sociology
trip sponsored by the Student Chris-
tian Association, Nov. 2, 3, and 4,
Eleanor Peterson, '35, chairman of
the committee in charge of the trip,
announced yesterday.
The complete itinerary will be pub-
lished in The Daily within the next
two day:s. The entire cost of the trip
will not exceed $8, Miss Peterson
stated.
Dr. Frank Beck, eminent practical
sociologist and counsel in the Boys'
Court in Chicago, will direct the
group.
Chinatown tong centers, the Mexi-
can colony, Little Russia, Hull House,
and "Hobo College" will be a few of
the places visited. Also it will be
possible to attend mass in one of the
Russian Orthodox churches in Chi-
cago, and arrangements have been
made whereby students may be pres-
ent at a Communist mass meeting.
Allan D. McCormnbs, '35, president
of the Union, stated that "the soci-
clogy trip last year was excellent.
It gave students an insight into what
degeneracy means. I advise all who
possibly can to go on the trip this
year.'
Miss Peterson added that the tripE
was not limited to sociology students,
and emhasized the necessity of regis-
tering before Saturday.
The group willprobably leave Ann
Arbor about 5 p.m. Friday and return
late Sunday night.
State For ensic
Group To Have
175 Members,

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-Associated Press Photo
Senator Huey P. Long is shown as he passed out hundreds of
dollars in cash to Louisiana State university students who nearly mobbed
him when he told them he would "lend them" money to accompany
him to Nashville for the Louisiana State-Vanderbilt football game.
Young egian Scientist Makes
COmparisons etween Sehools
By FRED WARNER NEAL Dr. Migoette saw his first football
"The tremendous emphasis placed game when Michigan State downed

NOTICE
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company, one of the oldest and larg-
est concerns in the United States,
announces a line of made to meas-
ure suits priced as low as $21 up.
Liberal allowance made on your old
suit. The Fair. 200 N. Main St. 7xa
FINANCE CO. offe'rs bargains in re-
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apartment with third party, one
half block from campus. Expenses
exceedingly low. Call Lillian Brazil.
220 South Thayer.
WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
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Call the Kempf Music Studios for
artistic piano tuning. Terms rea-
sonible. Phone 6328. 1x
FOR RENT -APARTMENTS
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shower. Law student desires room-
mate. Dial 8544. 422 E. Washington.
FOR RENT - ROOMS
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Telephone 7073. Back of Union.
ROOMS: SinIe and double. Clean,
pleasant, steam heat. Two blocks
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HELP WANTED -MALE
WANTED: 100 student salesmen for
Illinois game. 30%1 commission. New
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Thousands sold Pitt-Minnesota and
Southern California games. Feath-
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ing treasure's receipt at 10 a.m.,
Room 302, Michigan Union.

nds of on sports and the cordial, unaffected
sent. relations between students and fac-
ulty," are among the foremost striking
UniEd- ways in which American universities
n Edu- differ with those of Europe, in the
opinion of Dr. Marcel Victor Migeotte.
series Dr. Migoette, a 22-year-old Belgian
e New scientist came here Sept. 27 from
ler will Europe to do research work in infra-
'olution red spectroscopy in the physics de-
ehovah partment. He obtained his Ph.D. from
the University of Liege, and has ex-
invites perimented there and in Paris up to
to the this summer.
Sa pro- Other prominent contrasts between
the educational institutions of the two
continents he mentioned are "the
rvice at quiet intellectual atmosphere of
8, at 6 American college towns, as well as the
it Mat- freedom of your co-eds."
by the "In Europe," the young scientist ex-
owden. plained in his French accent, "the
)lowing professor, as a rule, is distinctly aloof
d their from the student. Here, I saw a stu-
to at- dent go right into a professor's office.
in his shirt sleeves. In Belgium, we
would never think of doing that."
-Sun- --- -
a.t 10:45
3ntitled Unitarian Church, Sunday evening
Hallowe'en service - "Witches WalkI
res has Today." Supper at 6:15. Liberal
ect for Students' Union meets at 7:30 p.m.
Discussion on "Values," led by Prof.
ig Sun- George Brigham.
:. The
ns will First Baptist Church: Roger Wil-
terman liams Guild. Sunday, 10:45, Mr.
Genet- Sayles will speak on "Religion and
ill stu- Superstition." 12:00 noon, Mr. Chap-
man leads student study group at
Guild House, 503 E. Huron, on topic,
church: "An Ideal of a Christian Social Or-
w are: der."
30 a.m. 6:00 p.m., Student gathering at
Kinder- Guild House. Dr. C. W. Chamberlain,
Prayer Professor of Physics at Michigan
Henry State College, will speak on 'Religion
1 music and the Laboratory." A social hour
will follow. A welcome to students.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT
AT 8:30
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Mihiga her, ad descie ta
"too brutal." Soccer is played at most
European universities, he said, al-
though tennis, rowing, and other,
sports are indulged in. The emphasis
is much greater here, he pointed out.

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But he approves of the "enthusiasm The debate division of the Mich-
over the games." And the music, "ah igan High School Forensic Association
eet ees grand." will have approximately 175 high
Speaking of co-eds, the doctor de- schools on its membership roster by
clared they were allowed much more Nov. 1, it was announced by James H.
freedom in this country than in Eu- McBurney, manager of the associa-
rope. "There, they are muzzled," he tion.
explained. The Forensic Association is an or-
One thing Dr. Migoette wishes em- ganization conducting state-wide in-
phatically to state is that the late terscholastic contests in debating, ora-
King Albert of Belgium died as the tory, ,declamation, and extempore
result of an accident and was not speaking*and is under the general di-
murdered as has been claimed. rection of the extension division of the
Dr. Migoette chose to come to Mich- University.yThe high school debates
igan beause"yo, hre, avethewhich are only one phase of the work
igan, because you, here, have the fhessctinilcmetaci-
best infra-red spectroscopy laboratory of the association will come to a cli-
in the entire world.' He comes on a max April 26, 1935, when the state
fellowship from the Educational championship debate between the two
Foundation of the Commission for Re- finalists will be held in Ann Arbor.
lief of Belgium. His work specifically The extension division will award
consists of finding the infra-red prop- a large trophy cup to each of the
erties in Ammonia, called the "double two teams participating in the cham-
Minima and Ammonia Molecule Prob- pionship debate, and a smaller cup
lem. I to each of the two semi-final teams.
_ _ _The Detroit Free Press will also pre-
sent gold watches to the participants
APPOINT ROE EDITOR in the final debate.
Vidian L. Roe, '36, yesterday was The subject of the Association de-.
appointed editorial director of the bates throughout the year is: Re-
staff that is to gather material for solved, That the Federal Government
"Intercollegian," national magazine Should Adopt the Policy of Equalizing
of the Y.M.C.A. Educational Opportunity Throughout
Roe stated that tryouts for the the Nation by Means of Annual
staff will be held sometime in the Grants to the Several States for Pub-
near future and that the announce- 'lic Elementary and Secondary Edu-
rent will appear in The Daily. cation.

First Meeting Is Held
By Engineering Council
Problems to be dealt with during
the coming year were discussed at the
first meeting Thursday night of the
Engineering Council called by Presi-
dent Allan Knuusi.
The Council unanimously proposed
to amend the constitution to allow
admission of a representative from the
A.S.M.E. This amendment will be sub-
mitted for ratification to the societies
represented in the Council.

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