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TH~E MICHIGAN DAILY.
Entered as secod class matet' at the Acts
Published daily (Mondaysecepted) drig
the college year, at 117 least Washigton
street. ell. phone 89a ,ome phone 76.
Managing Editor CLYDE L DEW
Buaineaa Manager. WALTER . HANS
Athletics ......Ctarence E. Eldidge
Newss...........Louis D. Sticney
Exchanges........Charles E. Winstead
Music ............A. H. Otmeyee
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SATURDAY, APRIL 7. 1906.
Editor Tdy-GEORGE A. OSBORN.
April 7-Banquet of sophonore lit at
Annual track tceet of the Woman's
Athletic associatiot. Barbour gym,
2 p. m.
Special itvitation indoor track meet.
Watermcant gym, 8 p. u.
'rinvitationt track meet totigt will
be act interestinsg antiutique event. The
ptrpose of having adttissiott by ivita-
tiont is to ave lie facuty largely repre-
sented in lie acdience. Tis is a desir-
able neats of britging faculty acdist-
dents intto closer sympathy witt each
othter. Whatever -form our ahlcetics
take, it siould be suct as will receive
thte patrottage and etcotrageccect of te
The greatest itterest of tece et iii
be inthie sot pct.T'his is Wesley W.
Co's last chatter to break te record es-
taiblished by Raphc Rose. Needless to
say, it woulds afford te student body
great satisfactiotn if he soctld succeed.
A good coctest is assured ithe other
evetts. 'Those who attend will witness
lice best indoor ued of the seasoc.
A mcoement a beent started to i-
duce stcudents to give tieir patronage to
those bucsiness houses that advertise itt
student pubicaticons. It is entirely pro-
ee tat coaeerns solicitng scudenct trade
should scpport student publications and
the students should sow their apprecia-
tico of tis support.
A stmtc of mocey is beiig raised at
Harvard toxard the fcnd for lie relief
of the Japanese fanine.
Yesterday afternoon ic Sarah Caswell
Atigell,.bli occurred the last meeting of
te Michigant Stale'Nurks' asoiatio,
acnd the association' adjourned to meet
agaicticc Battle Creek next spring. Dur-
ittgte three days' sesioct here cmacy
imcportant probliemas iccnursing were di-
cussedi acnd cmeasures were takecn to pro-
side for legislationct upon te professioc.
Thce last order of butsiess was liceelec-
tioct of officers acdthie appointtuent of
comamittees to act for the folowing year.
Before dispersicag, te fifty-eght regular
mcecmtbers ancd te fifty-ive 'isiticg
cturses whio swere present expressed
thceselves as greatly pleased withc lie
cordial receiptionctcxencded to temc by
Acnn Arbor. Miss Mary C. iasrer, lie
chirimtanc of lie sarrangemcets ccmit-
tee, camce itt for lie greatest sare of
congratuliationcs as chcrtcntiring ecergy
andc comcprehcensive foresight hasdcmade
te tree days' "visit extremely ipleasact
for te city's guests.
Miss Sophie F. Painer, of Rocester,
N. Y., wh'io is ecitor-in-cief of lie An-
ericact Journa of Nursing, lie official
orgact of lie profession, emcpasized te
naetd for legislation.t. her idea is to have
state regculationc of muccses simcilar to thaul
of doctors andt lawyers. 'lie purpose
is to protect tie publaic as well as lie
gradtuate cccrsesswho Ihave hadcacreftcl
training for their professiocn. Last year
lice bill wecnctthroucghc lie state senate
ccct wscthrowntc tctof te iose oca
Thce order of bucsiess for lie tree
days is shot as follows: Wsedesay
afttoonthlie executive board met, lie
mcecmcbers and visitors were registered,
atn lie ueticng was ced to order by
Miss Sly,lie president. The invocation
wcas thect delivered by Rev. Carl S. Pat-
tac. Presidecnt Attgel delivered act ad-
dress of welcomce, acd a respocnse was
mcade iy Miss Nellie B. Hal of Gracd
Rapids. The reports of lie various
comcmcitees were heard acd Itec Miss
Sarahc . Sty, of Bircmingan,cmade lie
presidenect's address. Icc lie evening the
associationc was tecdered a comcpiimcect-
ary conccert iy mcembcers of the Uciver-
sity Scool of Music ucder lie diretioct
of Prof. Albert A. Stacnley.
Thulrsdlay umornicng lie mceeting was
opeced withcact address oct "State Regis-
tration," ly' tr. Beverly D. Harrisocn,
secretary of tcc state board of cmedical
registratioc. Thie proposed bill for c-
gistratiocn of cnurses was thect read. Miss
Palmer told "How to Pass This Bill,"
and Misses E. IL. Parker and J. M. Lec-
nocn, of Lansing, discssec lMiss Pal-
Thce afterncoonc sessiocn opened with act
address ly Mrs. C. B. Crane, of Kalana-
zoo, oct "A Neglected Field of Ntrsig
the County Almcshouse." Miss L. E.
Gretter of Detroit acd Miss A. M. Cole-
mccc of Saginaw discussed the paper.
At four o'clock lie umemobers adjourned
to a surgica rusic in Uciversity hospial
coduccted by Dr. Carles B. G. de Nan-
credle. Icc lie evecnicg lie graduate
ncurses of this city tedered lie associa-
tioct a receptiocnicc Barbour gymnasium,.
Yesterday cmornicnglie associatiocn
heard the report oflie oinatig con-
mitlee. Then a paper oct "Tuberculosis"
wsas delivered iy Deanc Vatughan, i'
cssicc hygiece andc mcacy oher sstets
atteccdictg thte lecturce. iMs. L. J. Lpiu-
ski acnd Miss Violet Beccer iothcof
Grandc Rapids, then discussed thc dean's
paper. Icn the aftercnoo the disctssio
on tuberculosis was cotnticnued, andsltect
ltce association proceeded to the eectioct
of officers. Officers were elected as fa-
lotss: Presidecnt, Miss Sarahc . Sly,
Birmaicnghcamc;first vice-presidecnt Mrs.
L. . retter, Hasrper ihospiltt Eetroit;
seconcd ice-presidtent, LMiss Eiz'sbet
Parker, Sacte Scool for te Bict,
Lansicng; treasurer, Miss A. n'. Cole-
cmac, Sagicaw; recordicng secretccry Ls
Agnes ]Brac, Detroit; ccrrespondiicg sec-
retary, Miss Katherine . Gifford.
'rie fccllowicng cocmmittees wee at-
'oidted: Chaircmanc of ays a'ndc mceas
Miss Jectcie Lecccoc, Laccsicg; cairmcanc
of credenttials, Miss Ida LM. Barrett;
chacirmcact of arrancgemcents Mrs. L. S.
Paoy':chaircmanc of printing, Miss L. B.
Dcurkee ; chacircmccc of nocmiatitgLMs.
L._ J. tLuptiski ; c~airmancc of legislaive.
Miss . L. Parker.
GOOD 'TALK ON BIRDtS.
At lie cmeeticg f te Bird cuctasct
ight Mr. Wood, icstucctor itt cccnitol-
ogy, lectcuredimocs icteesticgly' upnc
te habits acnciappearances cf lie id'
thatclhase titus far tat iccteir clpea-
ance. 'rie birds ' this seasocn octhlie
whcoleihae ieectlat ithieir crrival.
Thisi is partly dcce to thec sddcecfccrry
of cold weater of a week or toao gc.
1cc gecneral this delayed lie fetery dcc-
izecns for abocut twelve or fourteens days.
Suchic variations icc the weater codi-
tiocts are especially liablce to affect lie
nmigratiocn of birds early iccte seson.
Thce early summccer birds r sedomcs re-
tarded icctieir traves ancd as a rle acr-
rive year after year at aouact ie scmce
Somae of lie mcos geceraly kowt
birds that ase pu tt their aparanccee
curingthlie last week are lh icsnicter
wrenth ~e fox, socng acd vesper sparrcowss.
several species of ductks acdateiuse c
heron. Mr. Wcood exhibiited specicmens
of these birds, poitd out te cdifferencces
of markincgs accc sie, acd spoke itrest-
icngly of their haiits. The fox siarrowe
he characterized as the largest andcpset
tiest of the sparrowe famaily acnd slso as
lice bocldest of lie tribe icc their haiss
of maigratiocn. T'hey' scmmecr icc lie fart-
et regiotns of Labrador, whiere tey were
seent ly Leotnidas H-ucbblard, of "The Lcre
of lice Labrador Wcild" famea, ad tceir
wicnters are specnt ic ic e neigblorhoodi
of lice Ohio.
The great bluce ihercoc, oct of lie mcost
reumarkahle of lie larger birds, ax set
onc ocne advance representactive so far.
IThe nestincg places of the herons are msts
interesting. Their segregated hones arc
called hercocries and are rather scarce cc'
tiis regiocn. The otly oce kownc is ac
large oce icc lie tneighcborhcoodc of Jack-
son5 andl a stalalioed of fcur or five cccsl.
ecat of Ypsianti.
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Suits pressed, 25; trousers, Ic.
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