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e M ichigan Daily

NO. IIO.

VOL. XX.

Voi.. XX. ~,,NN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THUiLRSDAY, xiiARCI-l 10. 910.No .

COUNCIL ANNOUNCES ('NPARISIAN l ~>I TE IGT" AE
I.I OI - .,T N N G T"RULES FOR BANQUET ,,- i irli " rllb te ujet BEAUTIFUL HIT
With One Exception, Same as Sil111 ii1.li iil o Did Many Other Things--High
Last Year--Sophsi Must 'Keep Icxiiixxxix l i~l Price of Food Not Noticed at
Forty Feet From Hall. Willustrte te lk. xWhxitney.

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Studet Con c ti ts ujin lat ight.
Ve- 'Ii ' cha1 nges 171-0111 tx ii iii ;M111 l'lilg
lat rea's ait ut w reocnsicre
necssryx 11l acxi eonychinewa
5) p.ii xiili ii x in.ii th1day of 1te 1ba qu 1. lii
th xam xuing''ithe xixli xxiiA lxl libe
aftexr hliullli iesii'ibeun
in discuin ti i s e adi tion i) he
rule sttdc htit had li born111addedxii.flii
the purpoe ofi rotiii n piiirt' "ll
thelxpac tl sid e -w c axbe nw
iir lsix m ge0 iiixilcicl the im-
sii t i hism ered toi iit crtiis
of lhe unel ass W ar. l cxxliie\
rulingi hechacetha terewil h afi
iju eI o l xii in \\l i llx i'21C ly I'
vexihavix seenilit aeii n \\ ]I-)
thig ltnding toliii r ahniOtsd
(iu 'n hasi eeiixlii way ic11111
discitii to li nc f il' clse 'i
shall beiiiicxhe ll A n A b.'li'iici ii
2_Tii spo re hitall ci W.xi iciiixx i xi

'' r lectures rmain xto ii
ticktsx, xadmixtlinglxioltiise ixsxwel in he.i
after thlctcurei ctioiighil.'Thxx miinxx'i-x c
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Dr. Patton Misquoted by Detroit
Papers. ;
In aliiieditoial iniaixxDetoiit lpiper'i' xx-
tlxxii xxirxixg, icxxxpii liiiwasxxxIlixixtolix
First xx'i'iiixi i oal chunil c. IThxeixcrit i-
islfel l i ixixiiixii x thax ll thatisx
I" l iii xi li ix length to)l 11cfcx ldi thei t
a l xiiof xix l i l b xth ifro nt a x lix xx xxs
xmdlix terail'}xi iix stndpint.lxxi ciii ssi txxi
lxay, Dr.i iixxx 'x's atemenilie' erredx to
the ii i'i'i'ta iand paiu l a ly ilt-
Iotrillpasages f ithebi iii
111111hcr, x xlxvierringxpaperxinigaling x x
1)r, Il< ii'' xsirmoi, sid i l , at
temp to cact th I~i~ ixMe I rtlioti
fami ' liax xpith i the xxIii li tac
by xxein''li onexxiclxip icrliheaix Of ite
xxi lii xthatit wasnot lecesary'in ix
thctr ll,11% fa iliar with the xxi in
ne ii xl' Iii 1 tolx heci xi ilix li r w t
iiixq iiiiiiii Dr. Ix I ill i d:xx I titrotxxi
iii xxxiii1'%xito xcater ''nt ''any iarg 'mii
xxxiii fr l i x ix lixxi cf iixundalx
lx' lxx' xx1,e ideditit t lat cxxxi xxxii xi.
xitt S xxix lxx h ol cac t' lutxin xx
prec~lfo~iof tem. i s i ii iliini
xxxogiii o ill! I'hxx ut xl xiiillr
iii pr ise (f it. oto-xxiii NNIt- i
couxild xxxc' en I';t into ii ixixix'
ami'myNixlgreIII'S 'I' ii 'xiii atep
startlingo oellhye ixi il11xpar
txi iicu imm n Io s xxyt iipeolexi
SI, lC ~ lxxii x iOlixixit
I~ i i 'iii hiexx Ii i etal ishxidx xxi -
I xiton I the lseniorlx ]its arexii lxx x re dy
forxaothe clasxIx icIc l and danc
t xffi i sl ldf rxiii''ili i Sa '-da i
Thegy na iim xdoo.sIwilil xi x xiii 12
t minuelater The fond is to bexpix"
fhc lix xxixixxxil xxi i llbdl ix'iix gx'inxi
This iw i l i xle ithe xlast sxi it lxxi-
cheo unil win -ou da soitis xhop-i
t edthnl th senors illtakeadvatag
of tisipoi nty h ikes hc

"'T 'x'NighIitxxxa lxar 19olxmii''aipeix rex
at thex Newxx 'ilixixex xtheaxlixlxxt igxhit
and wxaixaccordxdxonxl oxthe xxxirxixsxlrxx
the actors xtlixtxlhedecdxxxxoiicxxx out
'hisxsxxxi lxei thexxxvenin'' lforxmanx,
wh ,i n icipio lxxi thexxx illin's last
T'hesex werx esrdrx'xc'x e fx xiishibuxii
the xfxih nevercxxxix A lixixixxofx al-
uleexdxxtyiapohbtinioexn
axxlit'tle slpsixk xiiikx and laxvxrxyxfast
clut i x w ithte leatp i lx i se. iix i
i''he itoxxxisi )fx thexirstiiactiiWasi MAN
lie'x lxxi i'xxids i b lxil l" -W
so lixi nl"I Ii xlixiiiared toiink a
s 'xecond verse xix xi il])tiitcuin i (l i o
"Wli' s mostixx promxxixnent x qualiies.I I el
bowe frot hexihelerxofaxing.xixxxi
ixxiix'ix xtear Is ttein thxe'xs'cxonxdxxxxt.
Thex'xxc xliig t intlxi i 'x I xxx axixi xxxi
x'ix'x. (Saxid gentlxemxan ixxii x'xi ge xtxdin k
twx quarts'i if 'iii- xi"'bulxiii dliinoxt xxinxl
ax lashx only a morei'x bloodyiilxdixx, sinistxr,
gresmelokcainto i is ire 'al xxvii

al ate 1).x T. veteranenxxxiii ndlbay
IIsl ast xii xx ix xxxii l ls ilst s i xxt Is.
fii ,Iicil i xxi quareliwih ite ixr-kepwhoini
huld it at Moiii"an. ITlix lxaixerxmis-
tookli itf a g f fom I llsI (Illll(
xxittilxxarxv reciive istadan
i. Th gurdan nxeixtesivelyxi
adrixsed, refuse'dxxito'xappeari noxtxxcxr-
thei angel.x Justix six Jimi Mioix ' xiiwasi
patxicalyxx weari'gx offxfxrxthexl'st
time xseeral miixxxlei ncldixixxi ii' lx
xnxniiid nlxxix rcxhxii dxix hii mlxx in
lanti, rosexto hilxxx lihiexxigt xand x'lx'x
lxxx neei hsi ~ thn lxiktisix xxi lxxii
cher) Tunigxacit litlexiiMaxiy.
Theisxxiori i x xxclasa iPnslviaisito
laraiii du hogh xadiberaItxionli
ilor wexxxearxxthatxxthex suxl extii txxxii xall i
lil1( i Nlxi'Sxi.i..
Uivesit'x y'ii alIlxxii ridor.
'xIi'lRI)AYi.. AI~. iAxNDLIFlIDAYxi i
xTIii.AVix.
lxxxi' lx'xxx'iii iof i W omxxx'all ' xx~e gxxx.

Ilix ixScoxi' xxI FNx G IVESxDNxCE.
1" xxxixthe cxxiwIpointof the sme forty
coupxxles iih werxiinxxxxtendanxe, the
danxxcxxien lxii exeing at Barhour
xxxnix ixixx undexixr the the auspices of
Ix eutxslher Veinxixiwaiimost enjovahte
funclxiii.
Thex daningicoxiimxenxedi promptly at
8:i with xxxi tes' lxx rxcheitra funiising
liii musicxx Atxii o x'xloxck aixelahorate
lunch xssevd nthe dininxg riom
of tilex xix'x1iiii' xixxx
Pxcof. xxxidiMrs. ildnier xhaperoned.
Sxevxxxl othexr xmxembiers xl ihe Geermn
ixaculty andii their wixvxs were presenit at
thei occxion
NEW FRIENDSHIPS MADE
Freshman and Junior Girls Enjoy
Their Love-Feast.

Ai 1b'xxi of haxppyxfreshmixangirls teft
Baribourx xxixym xxiiumlxxii exvenxingrealiz-
ing thatxithrough ixthxir efforts they' hail
made frieds ut xixtre spxeaking
acquitance. I xx x'xxx hadt a goxod
time forxter iiier xxxii'nyfreshmexi
aslx junirsxwhoi werxciu xrioxus exiough to
xii xxxii iiiat thxix xew fxxrmxxofxlenter-
tai iimxxx ad 'iorxeIfir them. The
plait of tilec lxxiiirsxis oierely sit out-
xgroxthlix the slixitofxi originxalitywhich
hasi pervadedi sxcx ilxxffairs oni the cant-
pus xhsyer 'I as thxis spirit that
brogh forth the ix li claxii liuncheoni origi-
naedbx te seir. Theu the fjiniors,
rioti toxle xoutdonxxe, pximexiithe little
partyx ofilasxxi itg
lihe .supper I 1ast iighit xwaxsdecidedly
attxiii andxx all xi enjoxx'xdit fullyi. Be-
tencoursesxanxiiafterwaxrdcs there seas
(M ofxxxtheixmoreix xxthuisiastic of th.4
juiii <.xi "i xls wxxix xhxxrdto say, ''Iwishc
soe f i, well ori ixgaizediclass of
seio ixris xcouldi havxeieexi iereto see
tlix xxxir it xxxiinchiasxxixxxshiownix by the
xxxii irs ndthiinxtxense initerestinx
xNiii x Jordaliiixxxrxxssedherself as he-
xxng xi partica'xxxlixpeasexd with the
Mart xiiiro e trindixationi the
girlsha iiitartdxairaitioxi that will
nxtxxis to xx xxuxtctheir society amoneg the
lxxix xxxi xfactixixin theilisoicial develop-
Ni? 'xxi-1111 SlING
TOI) ll,"f iILtSHEl) IN APRIL.
If the oixxxxxnion tof MrxiW. B. Shaw
is toxxbexacceptlxxias conxclivexixx icii-i
"xi xxxix x xxorethan xax.xpcoiary deht
ito Royx 'xxicxiandxiiLxxix xxBryson as
author lofihe nxxxi'ldisong. to
speaing" of tiexxiiigiMr. Shxaw yester-
daysai, "t a nin xspirinxg swing,
th ue alb readixytpickedl upxaixd
one o xcer t ixkeps runitnitg
throe h elrrii mind.x The xxordis are
ecelxiiitxandxiivexxplentyO'of opportunity
forx ching.ii W'xxih alewv slight alter-
aionsxi x it ixpoxsibl hat iixipxartxof our
sxiire o lcomotive:lyellsxciiicxxbe incor-
poratd inoit iButthouigli this sotig
is thix oniiy Dxirexiofiicixally.adoptedi there
ar, e~rl f xh others of almiost
xxqualxmerit; xxin atixthexixdges foxutd
it: lhaidito xicik ihexlxxx, xxxiiithese iothers
shouldixinotxibexxrithlessxxy cast aside. W.
1)xi.xixxi xxiii ys ndJoex ioriicrx isongs
shoul both be usedilxx xxiisxiwxxii as ixany
'xiliinasmuchlxxxii as ixomeiixailumxixus,
thoughii xxixexxuhknownxxxwas responi-
slexforithecoiiteitxi Ihisi howeever,
willi melt Ipreventxtthe Gllxxclxxix Iionmox-
ixxx before l thatxix in xxixif thiey wish 1o.
Thex'xxc'lxl xxwi lbeikcpt in the hainds
of tlihe li xxxsiiA'sxocx ition andit isi
probaleiitiiatxthie proxxiexxixfrotm xii
,les xii llxxputitxxixo a foindlfor promot-
ing ifresh iendeavorsxfor ixore good
xxriti soings.xxi

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LIBRARY RECEIVES
VALUABLE PLATES
Facsimile Reproductions of Freer
Manuscripts Added to Library
Collection.
There have been recived at the Gen-
ral lihrary a large inumer of loose
egraved plates which comie from an
asterni engraving firo. These plates,
aeighing i loto seeral tois, are to
xc houndxiaind will ecomixe part of the
Univiersity pubhlications. It i intetded
1o exchanxge volunms of these xith other
universities for siiiar coitrihtios to
literature.
All these engravinigs are reprodc-
tions of the manuscripts deciphered y
Prof. Henry A. Sanders of the Latin
departmenxt. Prof. Sanders has speti
much time in arranigixg these nman-
scripts. This i the first time a Anmeri-
cati tax done origixal work of this kind.
These plates are' large steel egrav-
ings of facsinmile reproducctions of the
original tmanuscripts foutd ii Egypt on
the 'Upper Nile i 1907 andi purchased
by Chas. L. Freer of Detroit. At the
time of their discovery it was ot kown
how vauahle these papers were, ut
after they had been deciphered iby Pro-
fessor Santders, schoxlars at once saw
they addlexdast inforiatioin concerning
certain parts of the Old Tetamfent.
There are i.all flirmianuscript
which it is thogt were lost or ecame
hurled at the tiniexxf the Mosemx con-
quest 639 A. D. They show no maxrks
of having eeni disturbed sixce that time.
Two of the manuscripts are i a large
hand, wh'lile the others are writtenx in
a small hande which leads to the con-
clusioti that they were writtenx at difer-
ent timies, probaahly etweenx the third
and sixth centuries A. I.
For coinvenieince ini reference Prof.
Sanders Inumbiered clix manuscripts.
Nu'mher one cotains Deuteronomy and
Joshua of the Old Testamxent. Genesis
to Numhers incusive which it otce con-
tained are missinig. It, however, pre-
sents aix accurate text of this portion
of the Septuagint
The seconxd manuscript coitains the
Psalms. It is the oldest of the ot atd
very adly decayed. Large portiotts of
it however, hare beet restored. It is
otie of the est oigita mauscipt: of
the Psalms in existetnce. Mx'auscrip
three contains the formx gospels ad was
prohably xritten i the fifth or sixth
century. It contans a new paragraph
which does not now appear in tht
Psahus of St. James Versonoi of th
Bilxe. This paragraph, although ap-
pearing in another part of the Hoy
Script, chatges the significace of th
bible as tow taught.
When found, nanuscript four wax
only a badly decayed fragment an
could not e tiled largely. It otce con
tamned Acts and the Epistles, ut no
Revelations. It is older axd bettett'n
the lotte Gospels. It is very valuable
wohere readable.
JUNIOR LIT LUNCHEON
SCHEDULED FOR. MARCH 15
The necessary potoement of thi
March junior lit lunchieonx hax ht aug
mentexd the interest inx the exet, which
is inow definitely scheduled for Tuesday
Mixarchi i5. Another tmxpting xein wit
he servedi to the near-seniors at noo
after wxhiih dancing'xwi lxeparticipate
ini until 2:45 this beiig xxixhour hxixg
tha~inusiual atnx pertittixg the introduc
tion of tore feature dances to hbrcai

swill, as usualx, lxe renisibxle for th
smusic for the affaiir.
1Tickets are already bxeinig sol, th
-price being kept at 25 cemits despite th
Sfact that this figure does not cover th
expenses.

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