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'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOV BER 9, 1946 ",

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BREAKS TRADITION:
'U' Supports Big Nine
Entry in Rose Bowl Games
University approval of a Rose tions in favor of this sortc
Bowl contest between representative were sufficiently weighty
teams from the Pacific Coast Con- come the objections, the
ference and the Big Nine Conference one among these being pro
breaks a long-standing Michigan the practice season, hi
tradition against post-season football of the agreement"

of project
to over-
principal
elongation
eh is tak-
provisions

games.
Nationwide Movement
The move was made, according to
Prof. Ralph W. Aigler, of the Law
School, who is the University repre-.
sentative in the Big Nine Conference.
as one of the steps in a nationwide
movement to eliminate the profes-
sional aspect in college athletics.
Previously, the Pacific Conference
has been able to get only teams from
the eastern part of the country which
were semi-professional.
The suggested co'operation between
the two outstanding collegiate groups
to help each other, Prof. Aigler said
yesterday, was approved by the Uni-
versity because it was not a request
for permission for a specific team,
but a comon project with the Pacific
Coast Conference to operate jointly
as a strictly collegiate contest.
"Ikeeping in mind that this is on-
ly a five-year proposition," Prof. Aig-
ler said, "we felt that the considera-
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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Coming Events
The Graduate Outing Club is plan-
ning an afternon of outdoor sports
and a supper for Sun., Nov. 10. All
graduate students, faculty members,
and veterans are invited. Sign up at
the check desk in Rackham Bldg.
before noon Saturday. Meet at the
Outing Club rooms in Rackham Bldg.
at 2:30 p.m., Sunday. Use the north-
west entrance.
The organizational meeting of the
University of Michigan Upper Pen-
insula Club will be held at 3 :00 p.m.
Sunday at the League. As co-advisers
we have faculty members C. B. Slaw-
son, a ,geologist who has visited al-
most every township in the U. P.
and Mr. Long who was born in Calu-
met and taught school in Iron River,
and G. M. Stanley, another geologist
who has visited the U. P. several
times.
Triangles: All members and past
members of Triangle are asked to
be present at a very important pol-
icy meeting Monday, Nov. 11, at 4:30
in the Michigan Union.
The Graduate Student Council
meeting in the East Lecture Room of
the Rackham Bldg., Monday., Nov.
11, at 7:30 p.m.
"Factors Controlling the Flow of
Fluids Through Porous Media" is the
subject of a paper by LloydE.Brown-
ell, Instructor, to be presented at a
meeting of the Graduate Students
and Faculty of the Department of
Chemical and Metallurgical Engin-
eering, Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 4:15 p.m.
in the Rackham Amphitheatre.
Kappa, Michigan Chapter of Delta
Phi Epsilon, First Professional For-
eign Service Fraternity, invites all
students interested in foreign service
or trade to attend a smoker at the
Michigan Union, Wednesday, Nov. 13,
at 7:30 p.m. There will be an in-
formal discussion of these topics
pertinent to the present world situa-
tion.

"Laying-Off"
This provision involves an agree-
ment with the Pacific Coast Con-
ference for a "laying-off" from reg-
ular practice for a period between
the close of the regular season on
Nov. 23, until about Dec. 15, "to give
the players a chance to catch up
with their schoolwork." ,
Agreement was also reached on a'
decision that no one institution
from, the Big Nine Conference go
out nmore than once in a three-year
period. Another provision states that
after the expenses of the visiting
team, are deducted the rest of the
visiting team's share in the receipts
shall be divided among the rest of
the teams in the Big Nine.

Prof. Lobanov
Will Lecture
In California
Prof. Andrew A. Lobanov-Rostov-
sky of the history department will fly
to Los Angeles tomorrow for a seven-
day lecture tour of cities throughout
southern California.
During his absence from the Uni-
versity, Prof. Lobanov will deliver a
series of eight speeches on the pres-
ent world situation in the light of
past history and the position of Rus-
sia and the Balkans in international
relations.
In Los Angeles, Prof. Lobanov is
scheduled to present lectures to the
students and faculty, the history de-
partment, and the Affiliates of the
University of California at Los An-
geles. Before joining the faculty of
the University of Michigan, Prof.
Lobanov taught at UCLA for 13
years.
Before completing his tour, Prof.
Lobanov will also address members
of the American Banker's Institute
and the First Congregational Church
in Los Angeles

ASSOCIATED PRESS,
POCTURE N EWS

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SALES

J U R I S T - Lord Justice Sir
Geoffrey Lawrence, president of
the international military tri-
bunal which tried the Nazi war
criminals at Nuernberg, walks in
a procession of judges from
Westminster Abbey to the House
of Lords in London.

D A NIS H P O L I C E T O U R T H A M E S -Danish police, in England to study British
police methods, get a closeup of the Tower bridge on a cruise along the River Thames.

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D A E A M B 0 A T' S P A N S A N C I E N T L A N D - Uncle Sam's B-29 superfortress, the "Pacusan Dreamboat," passes
over the Dyramids and ,the sphinx at Giza, near Cairo, Egypt, as it began its return flight to America.

WITHOUT A ENSIAN

B'nai B'rith Hillel
There will be an open
day after the game.

Foundation:
house Satur-

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Just Received
Shipment of
ALL-WOOL PLAID
ZIPPER FRONT JACKETS
Colors in Blue, Green and Red Plaids
Special at $13.95
LEATHER JACKETS
and. LEATHER COATS
by Gordon and Fergusen
at *18.50 to $27.50
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SINGER - Mara Nelson-
(above) of Dysart, Pa., back
from a six-month USO-Camp
Shows tour of the Pacific, will
make her operatic debut in a
soprano role in Milan.,

NEWCOMER -Tito
Schipa, Jr., (above) infant son
of the Italian tenor and his wife,
Diana, film actress, arrived re-
cently in America. The Schipas
will live in California,

C O M E D I A N'S C A N E - Comedian Willie 'Howard,
celebrating his 40th year in show business, receives the famous
cane carried by the Scotch comic, Sir Harry Lauder. Marlene
Page (right) brought the stick to this country.,

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