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March 28, 1912 - Image 4

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THR MICHIGAN DAILY

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VISITING SCIENTISTS AND
TEACHERS BEGIN SESSIONS
Notable Specialists Address School-
masters' Club and Academy
of Science.
That the iridescent colors in birds
and insects is due chiefly to reflection,
was the main theme of Prof. A. A.
Michelson's lecture on "Iridescent Col-
ors in Birds and Insects," before the
Academy of Science and the School-
masters' club, in the physics lecture
room last night.
The scientists opened their session
yesterday afternoon with a councfl
meeting, and the general gathering
listened to the presidential address of
Prof. W. E. Praeger on "Plant Breed-
ing." A symposium on recent views
concerning the nature of the earth's
interior was a feature of the afternoon,
in which Prof. W. J. Hussey gave the
view of an astronomer, Prof. Michel-
son the view of a physicist, and Prof.
W. H. Hobbs the view of a geologist.
The Schoolmasters' general session
will commence this morning at 9:30 in
University hall. Prof. David Felmley,
of the Indiana State Normal Universi-
ty, will speak on "Some Neglected
Points in the Teaching of Algebra and
Geometry," and Prof. C. J. Keyser, of
Columbia University, will deliver an
address on "Mathematics and Light."
The Association of High School Prin-
cipals will meet this afternoon at 4:15
in the high school and administrative
work in the high schools will be dis-
cussed. The various conferences will
also be held in the afternoon.
University students may obtain badg-
es for admittance to all the meetings
of both the conventions by applying to
Secretary L. P. Jocelyn in the Regis-
trar's office.
ITM IVERSITY PROFESSORS T O
GIVE TaiKS AT HARRIS HALL
Prof. J. S. Reeves, of the political
science .department, will deliver an
address on "International Arbitration"
in Harris hall at 4:30 this afternoon.
Prof. J. E. Reighard, of the zoology
department, will speak on"Biology and
Conduct" tomorrow afternoon at the
same time and place. These address-
es are part of a series of mid-Lent
lectures given under the auspices of
St. Andrew's Church.
EXHItIT OF DR-WINGS ANM)

MUSIC AND DRAMA
Pipe Organ Recital.
Some months have passed-ten to be
exact-since the Columbian organ in
University hall has been heard in re-
cital. In order to give the visiting
members of the Schoolmasters' club
and the Academy of Science a chance
to listen to this organ, Earl V. Moore,
of the organ faculty of the School of
Music, has prepared a popular pro-
gram which he will play tomorrow
afternoon at 5:00 o'clock. The recital
is free to the general public as well as
to the visitors of the week. The fol-
lowing is the list of numbers:
Concert Overture..........Faulkes
Adagio, Sonata in E minor.J.H.Rogers
Scherzo, Sonata in E minor.J.H.Rogers
Reverie .................Guilmant
Scherzo................Guilmant
Humoreske................Dvorak
Andantino............ Lemare
Gavotte from "Mignon" .... Thomas
Suite Gothique .........Boellman
"The Millionaire Kid."
Mr. Lem B. Parker, the well known
dramatist, and W. R. Williams, the
noted song writer, have apparently
outdone themselves in writing this
newest of Kilroy-Britton's produc-
tions, "The Millionaire Kid," which
comes to the Majestic for three days'
commencing tonight.
This makes the second season for
"The Millionaire kid," and the stamp
of approval was so strongly placed on
it that the producers who control
this popular play have again decided to
send it out even stronger than before,
with a cast of twenty-five. The inter-
polation of musical numbers that are
entwined throughout the plot adds
spice and life to an otherwise straight
drama. Messrs. Kilroy-Britton have,
spared no expense in giving "The Mill-
ionaire Kid"an elaborate scenic mount-
ing. The scene portraying "Coney Is-
land at Night" is said to be a most viv-
id and beautiful reproduction of the
famous resort.

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ADDRESSES FORESTRY CLUB ON ILL HEALTH FORCES SENJdR
GOVERNMENT WORK IN WEST. TO LEAVE COLLEGE AT ONCE.

air will be a decidedDESIGNS WILL OPEN TODAY.
lishes are to be pre-
artists of the several The art exhibit under the auspices
sented in the organ- of the Schoolmasters' club will be
urses, featuring the opened this morning and continue the
five races, will be rest of the week, in Memorial hall.
Drawings and designs from Kalamazoo,
Hindu jugglery will Normal, Ypsilanti Normal, Detroit
repertoire of Span- high schools, and the university de-
isical selections will partment of architecture will be ex-
hibited.
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Presenting a complete outline of the
general organization of the United
States Forestry Service,,and detailing
the various branches of the work as at
present conducted on the Medicine
Bow national forest, in Wyoming, M.
J. Sweeney, fifth year forester, last ev-
ening entertained the members of the
Forestry club. Prof. Roth also
spoke briefly before the club, laying
special emphasis on the right way of
living and the upbuilding of character.
At the business meeting of the club,
an announcement was made of the
fourth smoker of the year, which is to
be held next Wednesday evening.

Lila Tubbs, '12, a member of the cast
of the Cercle Francais play, has been
obliged to leave college on account of
ill health. She hopes to resume her
university work after the spring vaca-
tion.
Miss Tubbs is vice-president of the
Deutscher Verein and is prominent in
campus affairs.
ILL!NOISANS WILL DISCUSS
ARRANGEMENTS FOR DANCE.
Men from Illinois will meet in room
203, Tappan hall, tomorrow afternoon
at 4 o'clock to discuss plans for a
dance to be given in the near future.
The matter of chartering a private car
to Chicago, April 5, will also come up
for discrzsion. The report of the Lin-
coln Birthday banquet committee will
be -heard.
Prof. Eggert Again Confined to Home.
Prof. C. E. Eggert, of the German
department, is again confined to his
home with an attack of inflammatory
rheumatism and it is doubtful if he
will meet his classes until after Easter
vacation. Other members of the Ger-
man faculty are taking charge of his
classes.

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ENGINEER TURNS OUT TO BE
M1AN OLD DIOGENES WANTED
Found-three dollars and, more im-
portant still, an honest man! Diogenes
went around with a lantern looking for
him without finding him, but the honest
one walked into our sanctum Tuesday
and brazenly admitted that he was the
elusive individual, giving the name of
T. P. McClear, a senior engineer. He
proceeded to prove his claim by laying
down a goodly sum of money, and with
tears in his eyes begged us to find the
owner. Accordingly a found ad was
ins rted and yesterday noon, John
Frazee, '12, appeared and identified
the money as his own.
The business staff is preparing to
frame the "It Pays to Advertise" mot-
to.'
Class to Give Shakespearean Recital.
Prof. T. C. Trueblood's class in
Shakespearean reading will give a re-
cital of Shakespeare's "Richard the
Third" in Sarah Caswell Angell hall,
Wednesday evening, April 3, at eight
o'clock.

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Meeting of the business staff of the
Gargoyle today at 5.
Meeting of Illini club at 4 o'clock
Friday, Tappan hall.
All those who are going on the
spring trip with the mechanical engi-
neers are requested to meet in room
227, new engineering building today at
5 p. m.

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