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volumetric changes in the lamphrey
egg at the time of fertilization..
-The civic club, an organization
which has for its purpose the study of
questions pertaining to city manage
ment, met Thursday night in the eco-
nomics building. It was decided to
try to secure Arthur Dunn, an organiz-
er of the national municipal league,
to speak before the club some time in
-The Round Up club held an informal
"novelty" dance at the Armory last
night. Seventy-five couples attended.
Mrs. L. 1. Sharfman and Professor
Sharfman chaperoned.
-Dr. R. S. Copeland, '89H, of New
York City, was elected president, and
Dr. C. A. Burrett of the homeopathic
medical college, lsecretary-treasurer,
of the College Alliance of the American
Institute of Homeopathy, at the annual
convention of the society held in Chi-
cago this week. Dean W. B. Hinsdale
and Dr. W. A. Dewey of the homeo-
pathic medical college also were pres-
ent at this meeting.
-The Michiganensian management
has granted an extension of time for
handing in record slips, and they will
now be received any time before the
end of next week. Blanks may be ob-
tained at the Mihiganensian offices.
--"The fact that a number of students
receiving money from home seek odd
jobs as a means of earning a little ex-
tra money, is the cause for the present
difficulty experienced by the employ-
ment bureaus in filling positions for
those students who need the work," is
the statement made by Melvin E. Case,
'15E, head of the student waiter's un-
---H. Whisdler was elected secretary of
the senior pharmics Thursday.
---Regent W. H. Sawyer, Dean VP. C'
Vaughan, and Prof. C. W. Edmunds
have returned from Chicago where
they attended the meeting of the As-
sociation of American medical col-
leges. While in Chicago Dean Vaugh-
an also addressed the Rush Medical
--A. J. Milliman who attended the uni-
versity three years ago, has been ap-
pointed manager of the department of
design and decoration of the Beaver
-"Ike" Fisher's orchestra will play at
"The Dansant" to be given for the bene-
fit of the Day Nursery Saturday, March
7, from 3:00 until 5:00 o'clock in the
afternoon. Tickets will be on sale
Sheehan's, and Bartell's at
a dollar a couple. This dance will be
one of a series, the first of which was
given last Saturday.
-The Appointment Committee has
placed the following teachers during
February: Harry C. Carver, '12, Ash-
tabula, 0., German and Science; W. J.
McGuinness, '12, Technical High
School, Cleveland, O.; Marguerite
Steglich, '10, Port Huron, History;
Anna Van Buskirk, '15, Saginaw; Ed-
ith Thomas, '14 Feb., Adrian, English.
Word has been received from Miss
Clara Inglis, '13, that she has secured
a position as teacher in the fourth
grade in the Rockford, Ill., schools.
-The new home of the Acacia frater-
nity, on South State street, will be for-
mally opened on Friday, March 6, with

a general reception from 4:00 till 6:00
o'clock in the afternoon. Invitations
have been issued to facultymembers
and company fraternities, sororities
and friends. A dinner dance has been
planned for the evening. On Saturday,
March 7, the formal dedication exercis-
es will be held by the alumni members.
-Fresh laws are planning to give a'
dance at 8:30 o'clock, March 13, at
-Prof. 11. 1. Cross left for Cleveland
last night, where he gave a lecture on
art. He will return today or tomor-
--l)r. S. L. Bigelow, of the chemistry
department, will give a lecture next
Friday, March 6, in Grand Rapids.
-Prof. John R. Allen of the engineer-
ing department left for Chicago last
night on a business trip. He will prob-
ably return tomorrow.
-Fresh engineers will give a dance at
8:30 o'clock, March 12, at the Union.
-The false bottom has been taken out
of the naval tank, and experiments
with current meters, which are used
for determining the velocity of rivers,
will start today.
--Prof. O. C. Glaser reported the re-
sults of certain of his own investiga-
tions on "autoparthenogenesis in the
Starfish and Sea-urchins" at the meet-
ing of the Zoological Journal club
which was held yesterday.
-:Menorah society will meet at 7:30
o'clock Sunday night in Newberry hall.
This is the first meeting since exami-
nations and several matters connected
with the work for this semester will
be discussed. N. H. Goldstick, '15L,
will speak on "School-teaching among
the Ancient Hebrews."
-Senior homeops will give their an-
nual party to the faculty next Tuesday
night, at the Packard academy, in the
form of a dinner-dance. Dinner will
be served at 6:30, and dancing will be-
gin at 8:30 o'clock.
-Soph phlarmies will open their social
season with a dance Friday night at
the Packard academy. The chaperones
will be Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Hubbard.
Tickets are now on sale at $1.00.
-No radical changes will be made at
the botanical gardens this year, ac-
cording to Professor Aubrey Tealdi of
the landscape design department. The
gardens will in the future be conducted
as a park and arboretum. -All the
roadways and hillsides will be put in
proper order so as to prevent rosion.
-"Railroad Jack," canpus historian,
is now holding meetng ! ! ie Ohio
State University, Columbus,Ohio,where
he has been since his departure from
Ann Arbor last semester.
-Twooptional courses in electrical en-
gineering, la and lb, formerly open
only to juniors in the second semes-
ter, have now been opened to sopho-
mores. Course la is practical man-
agement of electrical machinery, and
lb is electrical construction.
-Special tests on ignition apparatus
are being held by advanced students in
electrical engineering to determine the
variation of current under different
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L, held the high score
bridge tournament last
core of 2,860. They also
7 score with 20,132.
s, '14, H. B. Teegarden,
ringstun, '17, and H. A.
ernate, were chosen for
Adelphi initiate's debate
.ast night. Fourteen en-
test. The date of the
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-Yearly all the tickets have been
disposed of for the Union dance this
evening. Professor and Mrs. L. S.
Bigelow, and Dr. and Mrs. F. It. Wal-
dron have been secured as chaperones.
-M. Fernand Baldensperger gave a
public lecture yesterday on "Maurice
Barres et la Jeunesse Intellectuelle
en France." He declared that Barres'
attempts to attract attention from Par-
is to the provinces.
-Seien Members of the Deutscher'
Verein were expelled from the organi-!
zation at the meeting of the society
last Wednesday. The expulsions were
made in accordance with the constitu-
tion, which provides for such a course
after being absent from three meet-
-A small fire started in the surgical
pavilion of the university hospital
while one of the rooms was being fum-
igated, yesterday afternoon about 5:30
o'clock. The blaze was extinguished
by employees before it gained much
headway, and no damage was done.
-Fresh law class dues, amounting to
35 cents, fall due next Monday. Col-
lections will be made in the corridors
of the law building and will last
throughout the day.
--The petition to the American Soci-
ety of Mechanical Engineers asking
permission to form a branch of that

organization in Ann Arbor has been
signed by nearly 50 students of the
engineering department, and will be
forwarded to New York at once.
-The new contagious ward addition
to the university hospital will house
12 nurses,who constitute the new class
that begins work the first of March.,
-Dr. H. . Sage, assistant in the
homeopathic medical college, has re-
turned from Niagara Falls, where he
has been assisting Drs. Hodge and Wil-
son in an attempt to check the epidem-
ic of smallpox that has been threaten-
ing that city.
-Dr. J. T. Upjohn, '86, has recently
been appointed house physician of the
university hospital. After graduating,
Dr. Upjohn became vice-president and
treasurer of the Upjohn Co., at Kala-
mazoo. Some years later, he resigned
his position and made several exten-
sive journeys in South America. He
then returned to the United States.
For the past year he has been taking
graduate work in the medical depart-
_-The foresters held their annual
dance last night at Packard academy.
Professor Filibert Roth and wife and
Mr. L. J. Young and wife were chaper-
ones. Forty couples were present.
--The geology department has just
received advices from Professor Emer-
son, of the University of Louisiana, of
the shipment of several boxes of spec-
imens, consigned to the university.
The collection includes various kinds
of minerals and rock formations found
in that state.
--The current number of the Biologic-
al bulletin, a periodical with an inter-
national circulation, contains two con-
tributions by members of the zoology
department of the University of Michi-
gan. Professor 0. C. Glaser repoited
certain experiments on the effects of
fertilization on the eggs of the sea-
urchin, and Mr. P. 0. Okkelberg pre-
sented the results of observations on

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