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PROFESSOR LAN(LEY WILL,
ADDRESS ENGINEERS FRIDAYT
Lecturer a Former Faculty Member
and Pioneer Inventor of
Lighting Systems
Prof. John W. Langley, M.D.P.H.B.
'92, professor of general chemistry and
metallurgy in 1888-89, will be the prin-
cipalspeaker at a joint meeting of the
Detroit-Ann Arbor section of the
American' Institute of Electrical En-
gineers, and the University of Michi-
gan branch of the A. I. E. E. Friday
at 8:00 o'clock in room 348 of the new
engineering building. His subject will
be "Development in Electricic Light-
ing."
Professor Langley was a pioneer
inventor of electric lighting systems,
lamps and dynamos, having built some
of the first dynamos in the United
States, one of which is now in the
university museum. The lecture is
open to the public.
WILL HOLD CAP MIIHT MAY 29
Student Council Also Sets May 15 For
Fresh-Soph Contests
Dates for the Fresh-Soph spring con-
tests and cap night were set for May
15 and 29 respectively, by the student
council at its meeting last tnight. Ken-
neth Baxter, '15E, Waldo Fellows, '14.
and 11. S. Parsons, '14E, as members
of the committee on Michigan tradi-
tions and customs, were instructed to
investigate the system of colors used
by the different departments as de=
partmental colors, and make a report
at the next meeting in order to enable
the council to settle the petition of the
freshman architects for a yellow and
black tassel.
Spencer Scott, '14P, and T. A. Agee,
'15L, were appointed to the revision
committee. R. J. Curry, president of
the senior law class, and J. C. Prier.
'13, were appointed to the discipline
committee.
MILLER WILL TALK AT THE
MATHEMATICS CLUB SESSION
Alton L. Miller, instructor in mathe-
matics, will speak on "Archimedes"
and the "Shoemaker's Night" at the
meeting of the Mathematics club today
at 3:00 o'clock, in room 108 N. W.
The contsitutional committee will re-
port and a constitution will be adopt-.
ed.
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Fire Bars Haff From Western Meet
Athletic Director P. G. Bartelme yes-
terday received a telegram from Di-
rector Bassett of the Missouri Athletic
club at St. Louis, advising him that
the meet scheduled for Saturday night
had been cancelled on account of the
disastrous fire which completely de-
stroyed the club building Monday
morning. Michigan's lone entry in this
big athletic carnival, "Hap" Haff, en-
tered in the special collegiate half-
mile race, will thus lose his chance of
meeting the western cracks in the mid-
die distance run.

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CHICAGO, MARCH 10-Candidates
for the 1914 Chicago football team
will report to Coach Stagg and start
training the first day of the spring
quarter. With Pat Page in complete
charge of the baseball squad which
will defend the Conference honors,
"The Old Man" will give all his time
to his track team and the fodtball men.
The spring training is now on at Chi-
cago, and it is expected that practical-
ly every candidate for next fall's team
will work out.
CHICAGO, MARCH 10.-The Dra-
matic club of the University of Chica-
go is being generally praised for its
work in presenting "The Younger Gen-
eration" by Stanley Houghton,' in its
annual play in Mandel hall last Satur-
day night. The piece was declared
by many alumni to be the best per-
formance in the history of the club,
and was reviewed by writers for the
drama societies of the Chicago dai-
lies.

TWO SHOWS
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IMPORTANT NOTICE

Attention to the Faculty

MR. E. R. MOORE, of Chicago, will be at our
Store Wednesday, March 11, representing his
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v showing Spring and Summer Ready-to-
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BEAUX ARTS DRAWINGS ARE
SHOWN IN MEMORIAL HALL
A collection of the best drawings'
recently submitted in a prize 4ompe-
tition held by the Beaux Arts Society
of New York, is now being shown in
Alumni Memorial hall. The exhibition
was secured by the architectural de-
partment, in order that the Michigan
students might see the kind of work
that is being done at other schools.
BAR ASSOCIATION CONSIDERS
PRES, hUTCHINS MEMBERSHIP
Pros. H. B. Hutchins, Dean Henry
M. Bates and Prof. Evans Holbrook
are among the applicants for member-
ship to the Washtenaw County Bar
Association. They will be voted upon
at a meeting to be held Saturday.

PACKARD ACA
Dancing classesevery Monday and Friday 7 P. M.
appointment. Hall and Dining Room accomodatio
Refteshments of all kinds served to order.
$. D. Kinne S. W. Clarkson Harrison Soule
President cashier V. President Passt F
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Continues Talks on Mohammedanism
"Th.e Religious Development of Isl-
am" was the discussion of Prof. Chris-
tian Snouck-Hurgronje yesterday in
the second lecture of a series on Mo-
hammedanism. He speaks this after-
noon on "The Political Development of
Islam" and tomorrow on "Islam and
Modern Thought." The lectures will be
in Alumni Memorial hal at 4:15
o'clock.,
Homeops Announce Case of Diptheria
A suspicious case of diptheria was
announced this morning at the hom-
eopathic hospital. In less than two
hours one of the tuberculosis shacks
upon the hospital campus, was equip-

The Dramatic club has a reputation
for fearlessly tackling the best in mod-
ern drama and it has creditably pre-
sented such things as Galesworthy's
"Joy," Shaw's, "You Never Can Tell"
and "Press Cuttings," Besier's "Don,"
and recently the first American per-
formance on Lady Gregory's "McDon-
ough's Wife." Because of the small
houses that have greeted previous
Dramatic club shows, the club sold all
seats at fifty cents this year, and as
a result almost filled Mandel with a
record house.
CHICAGO, MARCH 10.--President
and Mrs. Harry Pratt Judson today en-
tertained at a reception for candidates
for degrees at the winter and spring
convocations. The President and Mrs.
Judson leave Chicago shortly on a six
months' trip which will take them to
China and the Orient, where the presi-
dent will investigate educational con-
ditions. Dean Angell will be the act-
ing head of the University in the
President's absence.
CHICAGO, MARCH 10.--A student
loan fund for the use of undergradu-
ates instead of a visible piece of stone
or steel is to be the gift of the class

with cases arising within the un
sity.
Place Fire House in Campus CE
The old power house, recently
for a paint shop, located in the
pus center, has been re-modeled
is to be used as a campus fire-sta
Three doors have been placed in
front of the structure and it wi
equipped with aladder truck and
reels of hose. The building has
reconstructed to meet its needs
roof in particular undergoing nu
ous changes.
Harvard Tackle Declared Ieli
J. A. Gillman, varsitytackle o:
Harvard eleven last year, has bee:
dlared ineligible by the faculty
next year's competition. The lo.
Gillman means that Coach Haug
must develop two new tackles ins
of one for next fall's team. The
of material among the freshman
of 1913 has sent the rumor afloat
Haughton is none too optimistic.
GRIDIRON MEN TO ASSUME

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THURSDAY, MARCH 13
FOOT BALL GAME ON ROLLER SKATES
BETWEEN COLLEGE TEAM AND CITY TEAM
MONDAY AND THURSDAY LADIES NIGHT
Admission and Skates 15c

of the class were almost unanimous in (Continued from page 1.)
their choice of this form of gift. The the same. The linemen who have al-
plan is to make the fund loanable to lied themselves with Pontius are Mil-
short time needs of undergraduate stut- lard, Nieman, Reinmann, Lyons,Camp-
dents without any scholastic require- bell, Morse and Duryea. Raynsford's
ments other than- that the student is bunch consists of Cochran, Rehor, Mc-
doing standard university work. The Hale, Quail, Skinner, Lichtner and
size of the fund will be, it is estimated, Pierce.
almost a thousand dollars. Acting under the direction of Head
CHICAGO, MARCH 10.-The Honor Coach Fielding Yost, Raynsford has
Commission, established at the univer- completely organized the crowd of
sity this winter, is tackling the prob- over fifty men who have turned out
lems of cheating in examinations by for the winter football training. They
trying to get at the source. The com- have been divided into ten squads,
mission is cooperating with represen- over which have been placed the vet-
tatives from ten Chicago high schools, erans of the team. Raynsford and
which send many students to the uni- Patterson, the two football captains
versity, in attempting to raise stand- now in school, each have a squad,
Ards Into those schools and inculcate " "hile. theo thers are under Pontius,
in the high school pupils definite ideas Allimendinger, Mclale, Craig, Licht-
as to what constitutes cheating and ner, Torbet, Quinn and Kennedy. The
the futility of the effort. In the mean- training program consists of wrestling,
time, the Commission, is ready to deal running and handball.

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with a GUARANTEE.

MARCH 11 PENNANT NIGHT

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