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S. EMORY TIOASON
ROSCOE B. HUSTON
Athletic, - - - ROBERT K. WALTON
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January 14-7 p. m. Junior Literary
banquet at Oyster Bay.
January 15-ChoryseUnion, Kneisel
Fischer party at Granger's.
January 16-1:30 p. m. Annual meet-
ing Athletic Association.
January 16-Comedy Club play.
January 16-7 to 8 p. m. Bird Club
meeting in Curator's office, Mu-
January 17-7:30. Wesleyan Guild
lecture by Professor Tucker of
Sitting for Michiganensian picture,
Saturday, January 16, 11 a. m. at
It appears from a notice in another
colum that a meeting of the "Bird
Club" will be held soon. Are you a
The recent scheme of the Michi-
gamua Society in regards to the
erection of a club house is one that
should be supported by everyone con-
nected with the University. It is a
very feasible undertaking and if car-
ried out Michigan would have her
long desired club house. No one can
fail to see the advantage to be de-
rivedtfrom such aplan,and tistime
that we are taking hold of the matter
and pushing it through. It will devel-
op and keep strong our spirit and
with the support of everyone at this
time a club house would be an as-
Missouri State University intends to
found a chair of Poultry soon. Ex-
periments in spring chicken cultiva-
tion last spring were so successful
that the step was decided upon.
One of the professors at Columbia
has discovered the first algebra in
looking through some manuscripts in
the Columbia library. The book is a
sixteenth century copy of a transla-
tion of Mohammed Ben Musa Al Kho-
warizime, who was a celebrated math-
ematician of the school of Bagdad. It
is the first known treatise bearing the
name "algebra." An inscription in the
book shows that it was translated by
Castiensis in 1183.
Every Tuesday afternoon during the
months of January, February and
March. the ladies of the faculty at Co-
lumbia University will give informal
teas to all the studeits. It is planned
in this manner to afford the students
an opportunity to become better ac-
quainted with the faculty.
By a recent addition to the Vene-
tian Art Glass Collection at the Le-
land Stanford Museum, it possesses
the finest collection in the United
At the quarterly convocation of the
University of Chicago, the honorary
degree of Doctor of Laws was con-
ferred on President VanHise of Wis-
consin for his work in geology.
(Continued from page one.)
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T. H. Read-Pole vault.
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W. H. Furst-Pole vault.
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L. E. Murphy-Weights.
H. F. Schulte-Weights.
R. G. Meade-Mile.
J. W. Bell-Quarter mile.
J. F. Preston-Mile.
P. W. Work-Pole vault.
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W. I. Boyles-Weights.
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G. M. Read-Half mile.
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H. M. Edmonds-Weights.
D. L. Dunlap-Shot put.
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