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February 15, 1912 - Image 1

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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1912.

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PROFS. WENLEY AND SADLER
WILL REPRESENT MICHIGAN.
Professors R.M. Wenley and Herbert
0. Sadler will attend the celebration of
the 125th anniversary of the founding
of the University of Pittsbu'rg, at
Pittsburg, Pa., February 27-29. Prof.
Wenley will represent the University
of Michigan at the exercises, while
b~oth Professors Wenley and Sadler
will represent the University of Glas-
gow, Scotland. The University of Pitts-
burg is the oldest institution of higher
learning in western Pennsylvania.
Senior Engineers Offered New Course.
A new course in electrical engineer-
ing will be Offered for the first time
this semester, under the title of E. E.
25. Only senior engineers will be per-
mitted to take the course, which will
consist mainly in research work of
any nature the individual student cares
to take up.

SENIOR LAWS PLAN UNIQUE
BANQUET ON BOARD STEAMER
A banquet on a steamer somewhere
in Lake St. Clair or Lake Erie is the
novelty which the senior laws are now
meditating. The class banquet com-
mittee held a protracted session last
evening bent on devising plans that
would ensure the greatest farewell
gathering ever held by a senior class.
The plan for a banquet afloat was buta
one of the schemes hit upon and while
it sounds almost chimerical the com-
mittee is taking it seriously and will
send a representative to Detroit dur-
ing the coming week end in an effort to
secure a favorable offer from the D.
and C. officials.
If no boat can be secured with a ban-
quet hall large enough to seat the en-
tire class the question of Detroit vs.
Toledo will again arise. If the class
goes to Toledo the Hotel Secor will
probably be the scene of the feast.

LABORERS ARE ENGAGED TO
EXCAVATE FOR AUDITOR
Arrival of Supt. Anderson,\ of
Jams Stuart Co., Presages
Early Start.

Excavation for the ne
al auditorium will begi
days, if present indict
trusted. Supt. Anderso
Stuart Co., of Pittsburg

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within a few
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Michiganensian Holds Firm
Against IDemands of
Law Delegates
CLASS HOLDS MEETING TODAY.

OF POINTS
a great deal

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That the Michiganensian official

are

willing to back up their rule in regard
to the payment of organization space
accounts is evident from the result of
an interview that the representatives
of the senior law class had with the
management of the year book yester-
day afternoon
t Following the article in yesterday's
Daily, the president, treasurer, and
class associate editor, of the laws re-

of the city.
quire this le
every side
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duced,a considerable prem-
e put on decent standings.
1 have to earn at least 15
and above mere getting
his work, in order to se-
gree. Most students now in
not affected by this latter
ever, as it is not to be en-
any graduatnig class till

ruary 1 were closed and that they were theBoaz
not slated to appear in the book. After between
some consultation the seniors left the which in
office without.offering to pay any mon- the kin
ey or stating their stand in the matter. fresh'ma
President Bonisteel refused to make ever, wa
any statements as to whether the class worthy,
would petition the board in control of bers of
student publication for a waiver of the The ;
rule. A class meeting will be held this Armory
afternoon, however, and the matter formal :
will probably be discussed at that time, orate a
There was some rumor that the class outside
had not been notified of the ruling. The be met
Michiganensian officers declare that tickets
the seniors were given due time and the soci
notice to pay the account. The seniors es are e
would not make any statement about sale in
this phase of the affair, and the out- the lar
come of the meeting will no doubt de- enginee
termine their stand. number
Prof. Gordon Stoner the member of while t
the board who is in closest touch with from U.
Michiganensian finances is out of town. mittees
Probably no action will be taken by
the board till his return. SENIO

or
u SEMESTER REPORTS SENT OUT
of FROM LITERARY DEPARTMENT
ior Yesterday was "execution" day in
of the literary department. It was that"
awful time when cute little white and
blue coupons, laden with "P," "C," and
. "N.P." marks, were being ruthlessly
I a shoved into envelopes and dispatched,

xert:
the
rger.
ers a
rto 1
hey:

of
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in Uncle Sam's care.
As a result of the strenuous labor of
Registrar Arthur G. Hall and his office
crew yesterday, the Ann Arbor mail-
man will be an unwontedly popular
creature this morning. The letter
from home will be hastily pocketed un-
til such time as the envelope bearing
the Ann Arbor post-mark can be torn
open and the contents duly digested
and cursed. We refrain from mention-
ing the subsequent gnashing of hair
and tearing of teeth.

Prof. Roth Tells of Michigan's Waste.
In an address given in Kalamazoo
Tuesday evening, Professor Filibert
Roth of the forestry department de-
clared that Michigan is wasting $30,-
000,000 every year by the non-use of
available lands. The address, the title
of which was, "Our Forests, What They
Were, What They Are, and What They
Should Be," was delivered before the
Plymouth Club of the Congregational
church in the above mentioned city.

The Senior Dental Soc
first meeting of the new
the Dental building last E
fus Leigh, '12, read a pap
Alveolar Abscess," and t
was led by W. S. Mathi
Thomas. Officers for
term were elected as fol
D. Olcott, president; Cor
vice-president; Paul J. K
tary; and Ralph Miller, t

ssion" student
provided with
' a meal, which
the street who

Pm-

ay for Senior Pictures for the 1912 Michiganensian. By thi
'e been made and all fees paid. Senior Record Blanks must
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