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January 16, 1912 - Image 4

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Sas assistant professor of forestry,in the
ra-'curse which was established thereI
then for the first time. He remained
ev there until 1901, when he again enter,?d
w01i1 the Forest Service, being placed h,,
1± charge of all the western forest r-
sEtlT serves. He held this position until he
ap- came to Michigan in 1903.
lent; Concerning his plans for the comingr
pro summer, Prof. Roth said he could sees
andi no reason for tieing himself down at
:the.. Ithaca. "I believe I will take my farm.
tion, ,Ily abroad, get a good rest, and inci-
tma d~ntally do a little work."
the No successor has as yet been chos-
ard: en. In fact, there is no intimation as
lute, to who is being considered for thc,
otedi Sc tudents Deplore Loss.
tih' Wyhen the news spread about th
LI of campus yesterday morning, it wvas pro-
ac- ductive of consternation among the
'ven- students-especially among those who
are taking or have taken work undle.
is 64 Prof. Roth. It is doubtful if there is
w. he another professor on the campus whc~
ile has so endeared himself to the stu~
and dents as has Prof. Roth to the member:.
fin- (of the forestry department, all of whoa,
swear by him. They are unanimout-
and in expressing him to be the best teach-
~er they have ever had. But it Is not
so much the loss of the teacher, as it L
4the loss of a friend, that the students
deplore. A hard and almost constant
IfO worker himself, no student ever wen~
to Prof. Roth for help without being
received graciously and without se$
y curing the aid asked.!
been Without a doubt, Prof. 116th will take
riges with him to Cornell many of the pres-
e ;ent Michigan students. Especiallys
~l)will this be evident among the met.
the who reside in New' York state. lu.
tion judging from the talk in the forestry
rieclasses yesterday, a majority of the
fedjuniors and seniors will matriculate ii.
r Cornell next fall, regardless of then.-
This places of residence.
gl, Regent Coniments on Loss.
tpgF Regent Beal, expressing himself re-E
g garding Prof. Roth's resignation, said
arry 'It is exceedingly unfortuniate. Prof
Jor-. Roth is one of the bigges e nt
Liscampus an~d in th~e country, anid hi.

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' Claude Van Tyne, Mrs. W. H., Wait.
Mrs. James Glover, Mrs. Evans Hol-
brook, Mrs. George Streeter, Mrs. Mor-
timer Cooley, Mrs. Junius Beal, Mrs~
George Patterson, Mrs. Henry Bates
Mrs. John R. Effinger, Mrs. Lawrence
Bigelow, Mrs. Joseph Drake, Mrs. Ed-
gar Durfee, Mrs. Frederick Waldron.
Mrs. John Lawrence, Mrs. Victor
Vaughan, Mrs. Victor Lan~e, Mrs. War-
ren P. Lombard, Mrs. Max Winkler
M~rs. Hugo Thleme and Mrs Reuben
Peterson.a
Alpha Nu Nominated Officers.
A ,reading of the first scene of "The.
Rivals," by H. T. Andrews, featured the
Alpha Nu program Saturday night. The
nomination of officers for the second
semester followed. The election will
take place next Saturday evening at
7:30.4
Fresh ]Laws Make Social Debut.
First year laws w~ill hold their ini-
tial dance of the year tonight at Granl
ger's. Prof. G. L. Clark and wife, any
assistant~ Prof. Gordon Stoner will act
as chaperones. Dancing will begin a-
8 o'clock.

their best work. Every year we
some big men, but we always get
ers to take their places. I have no
who will take Prof. Roth's place."

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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Cut [Iows

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PIPES

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Arbor, Mich.

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bur ions, ingrowing
trey t d and~ cured.
hng absoluielo an-
2 a. m. 1-5 and ;-8 p m
1. FOLEY
. End North 1 2th
hool1 " Phone 999-J

Reduction. Sale of
ittan Shirts

All engineers report for game to
night with Tits at Weinberg's, 7:3,
sharp.
Candidates for soph engineer basket-
ball team report at 2: 15 today at cit;
Y. M.C. A.
Meeting of the junior men's sectior.
zof the Deutscher Verein tonight at 8.
Gridiron five begins practice in gyre
today from 12:30 to 2.
Senior engineer's basketball practice
-it city Y. M. C. A., 4:15. All candi
fates be sure to report.
Meeting of J-Hop committees at 4:3;
wednesday afternoon at Chi Psi house
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Coming Thursday Night
Gl"ee Clu~b
Quarte
Kenneth Westerman
Burleigh Jacobs
H owa rd C. Porter
Wmn.C. Tri bl e
Appeariniq Every Show
That
Elephant
Comes Thursday, Friday, Saturday

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