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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MTCITE. , DATT.

H.1gh Wilson Hurries T o Meet Hull

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Puliication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
Vniversity. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the Presldeaw
until 3:30; 11:00 a.m. on Saturday.

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Six Men Attend
Eng-lish Meeting

TUESDAY, NOV. 29, 1938 up on Thursday, Dec. 1. All pictures
VOL. XLIX. No. 55 must be taken by Dec. 16. There will
be absolutely no extension of dead-
Notices line.
Communications to the Re;;ents: AA1 * -_7_*

Hugh R. Wilson (center), United States ambassador to Germany, is
shown as he boarded the Grace liner Santa Clara in New York to confer
with Secretary of State Cordell Hull before the latter's scheduled de-
parture for Lima, Peru. Wilson, ordered home for consultation at the
height of the anti-Jewish outbreaks in Germany, hastened to the
Santa Clara by cutter immediately upon his arrival from Europe.
Lack Study Sources Hinders
State Reform Commission's Task:
The task of modernization and re- headed by Prof. Joseph R. Hayden,
form of the State government pre- chairman of the political science de-
sently facing the commission of 88 partment. The particular phases of
men and women appointed by Gover- the problem being immediately dealt
nor Murphy will be hindered consid- jwith are those of making a survey and
erably by a lack of study sources. lappraisal of the present deferus, mak-
Need for centralization and head. ing a clear cut statement of the needy
quarters direction will be under spe- and. general objectives of possible
cial consideration of the commission reforms, preparing a plan of pro-
- ~-cedure to be carried into effect by1
possible legislation in the future.,
Literary Annual sand making recommendations of al-
A re Now On Display ternate reforms and proposals.
It is generally felt among authori-
'In Library Corridor ties on present State governments
that the people need a more modern
and responsive governmental frame-
An exhibit of American and English work by which to govern themselves.
literary annuals and gift books ar- Also an efficient and economical in-
ranged by Miss Ella M. Hymans, cura- strument is highly desirable. These
tor of rare books, from the collection objectives are also on the budget of
which was begun by the late Prof. objectives being contemplated by the
Isaac N. Demmon, is now in progress commission.

Those who wish to present com-J
munications for consideration by the
Regents are requested to present
them at least eight days before the
next ensuing meeting at the office
of Miss Edith J. Smith, Budget As-
sistant to the President, 1006 Angell
Hall. Fifteen copies of each com-
munication should be prepared and
left with Miss Smith. (Please note
that one more copy is requested than
in. previous years). A uniform type
of paper is used for communications
to the Board of Regents, a supply of
which may be procured at the Office
of the Vice-President and Secretary.
Pre-forestry and forestry students:
Announcement is made of the annual
contest for the Charles Lathrop Pack
Foundation Prize in Forestry, the
conditions for which may be secured
from the Recorder of the School of
Forestry and Conservation, 2048
which may be decided upon in con-
sultation with members of the faculty
of the School, must be filed in the
office of the Recorder not later than
December 17. 1938.
Grand Rapids Students: Commui-
cate with Mrs. Bacher, Office of the
Dean of Women regarding employ-
ment. in Grand Rapids during the
Christmas vacation.
Bowling: Women student, interest-
ed in bowling instruction are asked
to sign up at the Women's Athletic
Building. Classes will meet from
3:15 to 4 p.m. on those clays whenj
sufficient registration is attained.
Ensian Senior picture prices will go
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A cademic Aoces
Geology 11. Make-up field trips.
Please check lists on bulletin board
opposite 2051 NS.
Trip 1. Rocks. Today (Tuesday) 4
o'clock.
Trip 3. Dexter. Friday, Dec. 2, 13
o'clock.
Trip 4. Ann Arbor. Wednesday,
Nov. 30. 1 o'clock.
Trip 5. Lima Center. Thursday,
Dec. 1, 1 o'clock.
Trip 6. Whitmore Lake. Saturday,
Dec. 3, 8 o'clock.
Psychology 115: Instead of the
usual hour, this class will meet Wed-
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BAHA'I TEACHER SPEAKS
Mrs. Margery McCormick of Win-
netka, Ill., world traveller, lecturer
and Baha'i teacher will talk on "Se-
urity for a Failing World" at 8 p.m.
onight in the Michigan League. The
Baha'i faith is devoted to the univer-
sal cause for world peace and the
unity of the human race.

I National Teachers Council
Hears Thorpe,Rice, Allen
Six members of the University fac-
ulty attended the National Council
of Teachers of English convention
held last Thursday through Satur-
day in St. Louis, Mo.
Prof. Clarence D. Thorpe described
what has been done by .the ?Ichigan
-Council of English Teachers and the
University High School Committee in
articulating the college and the high
school English courses. Prof. War-
ner G. Rice spoke on "Interneship
for Teachers of English," and Harold
B. Allen addressed the meeting on
"A Comprehensive Course in Fresh-
man English" in which he advocated
a required five hour English course
for freshmen which would combine
both speaking and writing.
Other men attending were Prof.
Thomas A. Knott, Prof. Earl L. Qriggs
and Prof. Car'_uon F. Wells. Profes-
sor Thorpe acted a chairman of the
College Section and Professor Rice
was elected a member of the Execu-
tive Committee of the C:'llege Sec-
tion and also chairman of hat sec-
tion for next year.
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in the main corridor of the General
Library.
The Atlantic Souvenir published in
1826-32 by Carey and Lea and merged
in "The Token" successfully for fif-
teen years was the first of these books
which were the result of a European
idea of bringing together at annual
intervals the best obtainable works
of prose and verse. Some of the best
contemporary literature and art has
appeared in these literary annuals
and gift books which were the most
treasured of personal belongings.
They were called gifts, token, souv-
enirs, mementos or were named in
many cases after some gem or flower
as Pearl or Rose. Because of the in-
creasing regard for feminine taste at
that period these literary annuals
and git books which are evolved from
the ancient almanac were often called
"ladies books."

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