THE MIHIGAN DAILY
PUSHBALL TO BE REPAIRED
FOR USE OF DETROIT FI0M.
Repairs will be made within the next
few days on the big pushball which
was blown open during the
progress of the underclass con-
tests at Ferry field last Sat-
urday, in order that the ball may
be ready to send to Detroit next week.
The Parke-Davis Company of that
city has rented the pushball for use at
an employees' picnic.
MORE TEACHERS ARE PLACED
BY APPOINTMENT COMMITTEE.
The Appointment Committee of the
university has made the following ap-
pointment to teaching positions dur-
ing the last week: Marena Sanford, '12,
English, Vermontville; Winfred Doud,
'12, Principal, South Haven; Arthur'
Selden, '12, principal, Grand Haven;
Rex Collins, '12, D. U. S.; Cornelia
Campbell,'12,French at Saginaw West;
Roy Horine, '13, Mathematics at How-
ell; Edith Cory, '12, History and Ger-
man at Lakeville, Ind.; Anna Miller,
Latin, Decorah, Iowa.
PROF. REEVES LEAVES FOR
NORTH TO GIVE LECTURES.
Prof. Jesse S. Reeves of the Political
Science department, has gone to the
northern peninsula to deliver several
University Extension lectures. Tonight
he will speak at Manistique, tomor-
row night at Munising, on Lake Su-
perior, and Friday night at Gwinn. He
will return to Ann Arbor next Sunday.
WISCONSIN PROF. TO SPEAK
BEFORE SIGMA XI SOCIETY.
Prof. Geo. C. Comstock, of the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, will address Sig-
ma Xi, the honorary scientific society,
next Friday evening at eight o'clock,
in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. His
subject will be "The Visible Universe
as a Subject of Current Speculation."
Following the address, the men recent-
ly elected to membership will be ini-
Registrar Hall Is Inspecting Schools.
Registrar Arthur Hall will leave this
morning to visit the schools of St.
Charles, Flushing, and Saginaw, to see
if their work is of such a grade that
they should remain on the list of ap-
our vacation outings over
no better album than the
>y pulling either set of
val or inserting of sheets
[bum is securely closed.
Prof.Wenley to Leave on Lecture Tour
Prof. R. M. Wenley, of the philoso-
phy department, will leave -Sunday1
morning for a trip through the Upper
Peninsula where he will deliver seven
lectures on the University Extension
course. He will return to Ann Arbor7
a week from Sunday and will meet his
classes on Monday.
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Students-Do you know any Scotch
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Lost-Conklin Fountain pen. Some-
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For a pleasant evening go up the
Huron. U. of M. Boat House, foot of
North Main St. 147 tf
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Canoeists-For your trips take along
a good inexpensive guitar, mandolin
or small Victrola, supplied by Schaeb-
erle & Son Music House, 110 S. Main
A young lady student or teacher to
work with another young lady student,
during vacation. A good salary is offer-
This is an exceptional opportunity.
WOOLSACK SOCIETY HOLDS
ANNUAL BANQUET. AT UNION
Woolsack, the junior law honorary
society, held its annual banquet last
evening at the Michigan Union. James
Cleary acted as toastmaster and called
on the following: Professors H. M.
Bates, H. L. Wilgus, and R. W. Aigler,
and G. A. Cram and G. C. Grismore.
The affair was in honor of the ten new
men who were recently elected to
membership. Thirtty-three members of
the society were present.
Stanford Botanist Will Lecture.
Dr. George J. Pierce, professor of
botany at Leland Stanford Universi-
ty, will lecture today in the Econom-
ics lecture room at 4:15 on "The Effect
of Smelter Fumes on Vegetation." Dr.
Pierce has recently been investigating
this subject for the United States Gov-
ernment. While in Ann Arbor he
will be the guest of Dr. Frederick C.
MISS SMURTHWAITE RESIGNS
FROM THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC
Miss Ethel Smurthwaite, for the past
year assistant in the vocal department
of the University School of Music has
resigned her position to become super-
visor of music in the public schools
SyCip Talks to High School Assembly
"The Development of China and her
relation to the U. S.," was the subject
of a talk given by A. C. SyCip,'12 L, at
the chapel'exercises of the Ann Arbor
high school yesterday.
SyCip is a graduate of the high
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TRYOUTS FOR LYCEUM CLUB
APPLY TO PROF. HOLLISTER.
All who wish to try for the Lyceum
club next fall should make personal
application to Prof. R. D. T. Hollister
before Junp 1. The tryouts will be
held before the faculty committee and
the members of the club the first week
of the college year and the men will
be selected impartially on the merits
of their work at these tryouts.
At the meeting of the Lyceum club
yesterday afternoon at Tappan hall it
was decided to send Arthur G. An-
drews, '13 lit, to give a recital before
the seniors of the Royal Oak high
school Friday night.
Doctor Angell's Addresses Now Ready.
Selected speeches from the many
treasured addresses of President-
Emeritus Angell, are now on sale at
the State street book stores.
ice Every Way
Zeiss & American
Prof. Wenley Speaks for Union.
In an address delivered Saturday ev-.
ening at the annual banquet of the
Kent county alumni given in Grand
Rapids, Prof. R. M. Wenley spoke at
length on the:advantages which will
be offered to graduates and under-
graduates by the proposed new Mich-
igan Union building. He also explain-
ed the life membership system which
will be used to secure funds for the
erection of the new structure.
Faught & Mercer's
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