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Rev. E. R. SHIPPEN,
AT OTHER COLLEGES
Harvard-Eleven scholarships of
$300.00 each are to be offered to stu-
dents from states that have less than
four students in Harvard this year.
The award will only be given them
for one year. There are 14 states rep-
resented in the university by less than
Wisconsin-As at all the other wes-
tern universities, Michigan and her
athletic position is demanding the en-
tire stage. The Daily Cardinal has
come out strong for Michigan and
suggests that the logical step would
be the formation of a new conference.
among the larger western universit-
Carlisle--Because of his dislike of
notoriety which his athletic prowess
has brought him, Jimmy Thorpe, the
famous Indian athlete, announced his
intention to sever his connection with
Carlisle University immediately.
Cornell-The cost of living for un-
dergraduates at Cornell has one up
at the rate of twvo per cent a y-ear for
the last 16 years. One reason for the
increase is that more students are
WOMEN SHOVLD STUDY PUBLIC
SPEAKIN( -PROF. HOLLISTER.
Oratory Teacher Comments on Selec-
tion of Helen Ihigee,'14, for
Lyceum Club Program.
"College women who have real
power as public speakers are few in
number. While woman has always
been accredited with the ability to
talk at home and in social gatherings;
it is certain that in the field of public
speaking . she has not realized her
high opportunity for leadership and
service," said Prof. R. D. T. Hollister,
of the oratory department, recently in
discussing the election of a woman to
the Lyceum club.
"In the past women have left public
speakiig, both in college and out, to
the mnn; but the times are changing,"
he continued. "Women who can speak.
well are needed more and more in the
home, and in social, religious, and edu-
cational fields; and with the spread of
woman suffrage they will be needed in
the political field. College women,
more than any others, must meet this
demand. The selection of a woman
for the Lyceum club indicates this
Helen Magee, '14, is the first woman
chosen by the club, and her lecture,
"Domestic Partnership," deals with'
better home relations between man
and wife. The idea of a "partnership"
life for married couples, is the main
theme. The opportunities for service,
which the world offers the post-grad-
uate mother, are also set forth. The
address is presented with the life and
enthusiasm which spring from con-
viction, and Miss Magee's animated,
story-telling style proves that woman
can be as successful on the lecture
platform as man.
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has at all times Special Bargains
desirable places for sale or rent.
Life, Accident and Fire Insurance
We solicit correspondence or call
and promise our best efforts. .
For small tables and good srvice go
to GREEN'S BOARDING HOUSE
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able collaborator who has
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ideas 'when ideas w'ere
none other than my old
EFVERY man knows that pipe smoking is the
ideal form in which to use tobacco. Only
by smoking a pipe, can you get the full
benefit and joi'rnent from tobacco.
And yet-thousands of men reluctantly deny
themselves the pleasure of the pipe-because fancy
"mixtures" and ordinary tobaccos bite the tongue,
dry the throat and upset the nerves.
It is not necessary longer to forego the pleas-
ure a pipe can give you.
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Tuxedo cannot bite the tongue or irritate the
throat. The reason for this is that Tuxedo is made
of only the mildest, choicest leaves of the highest
grade, perfectly aged, Burley tobacco, by the
fanous "TuBedo frocess."
The " Tutxedo /r7ocess" is a secret, known
only to it.> manufacturers.
-It was discovered by Dr. R. A. Patterson, the
founder of the R. A. Patterson Tobacco Co., after
many years of experiment. Its popularity has never
been - rtihcially forced by sensational advertising.
The demand has grown naturally and steadily,
until now nearly eighty million packages are sold
You can smoke Tuxedo in the office, on the
street, and at bome. It cannot make you nervous;
its aroma is delightful and it cannot smell up lace
curtains or your clothes.
CHARLES S. ASHLEY
Charles S. Ashley, now serving his six-
teenth term as Mayor of New Bedford,
£ do strikes me as being the
best pipe fi//er ever. A whole-
sowe-, enOyable smoke.''
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Real Estate, Life, Fire, Accident
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Real Estate Agent
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Specialty-residence property, ho
for sororities and fraternities.
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added inspiration and encourage-
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makes it a keenly enloyable smoke."'
LT. WM. H. SANTELMANN
L7eW. W.mA . i. ,:antelmann, leader of
th . arie Iand, says:
/[ ia ve used Tuxedo tobacco
and ito be a (reat luxury.
It is a cool, s<<etlsmoke and Itake
p~lea sure in1 rerommending it to all
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WILL FURNISH SPECIMENS
FOR USE IN HIGH SCHOOLS.
University Museum Collections to be'
Sent to Lower Educational'
The university museum, under the
direction of Dr. A. G. Ruthven, has ar-
ranged to send various collections of
birds and animals having their habitat
in Michigan to the high schools of the
state. It is hoped that the presence of
these collections in the schools will
inspire the pupils to start museums of
their own, and to increase the number
of specimens from year to year.,
"Most of the specimens in these col-
lections are from this state," said Dr.
Ruthven. "Although a number of in-
sects from the Philippine islands were
included, this was done chiefly to stim-
ulate interest- in the home collections.
Each collection is accompanied by a
description which gives the names of
every specimen, the family and species
to which it belongs, in which section
of the state it was found, under what
conditions it lived, and many other
facts about them which the high school
pupils might be interested in.
NOTED MEN ADDRESS SOCIALISTS
Alexander Irvine Will Open Interceol-
legiate Chapters Series on
Alexander Irvine, famous author,
pastor, orator, and soldier has been
engaged to speak here Wednesday,'
December 11. He will deliver an ad-]
dress at Newberry hall on the sub-
ject, "The Failure of Reform." This
is the first of a series arranged, by the
Intercollegiate Socialist society. Jack
London and Woodbridge N. Ferris,
governor-elect, and others have been
secured, but dates have not been defi-
nitely determined. Harry W. Laidler,
-national organizer of the society will.
speak December 16.
MICHIGAN GRADUATE TAKES
Wilhelm Miller, '92, who recently
resigned from the editorship of the
Garden Magazine, and also severed
his connections with the editorial staff
of Country Life in America, has ac-
cepted a position as professor of land-
scape gardening at the University of.
Mr. Miller is one of the foremost
authorities in the country on horti-
culture and landscape gardening, hav-
ing served as associate editor of the
Cyclopedia of American Horticulture.
HERE TOWN AND GOWN ARE01
University Club, With 150 Membe
Unites Interests of Community
The University club, consisting
150 members, is one of the young(
organizations connected with the Y
of the university.
The society was begun December
1911. Since the formation of the cl
it has grown in popularity and sco
The club seeks to instill into all n(
students the spirit of the universi
to promote a social life among I
faculties, the townspeople, and all
terested in the work that is bei
done in Ann Arbor in the interests
Every Friday evening the club me
in the Memorial hall on the basem(
floor, where a pleasant hour is sp(
in discussing the events of the we
The apartments consist of a gene
lounging and smoking room, fitted
with special chairs, and a side cc
partment where refreshments are se
ed after each meeting.
Following each .Choral Union c(
cert held this year the club will h
a family evening in the rooms. Z.
families and friends of the memb
are entertained here at this time.
Once every month the ladies ofi
club are to hold meetings in
rooms on Wednesday afternov
Papers will be read on various pha
of university matters and educatio
topics discussed. Tea will be sere
at all these functions.
The present quarters though ple
ant and commodious are not equal
the- demands of the club. A coma
tee has been appointed to secure plf
for a clubhouse to be built, so that
organization can grow in proport
with- the university and to accomod
its ever growing membership.
This comingling of men and won
of the town, the faculties of the 1
versity and outside friends of b
is a potent factor for good in adva
ing the welfare of all phases of
university. The fact that such liv
interest is manifested by such a la
non-student body is proof posit
that the progress of Michigan is
by all that come in contact with
big Ann Arbor school.
Alumnus Gets Canadian Appointm(
Harlan I. Smith, '95, has been
pointed by the governor-general
Canada as archaeologist of the N
toria Memorial museum at Ottawa.
has been connected for 15 years w
the Museum of Natural History
New York City, and was in charge
the archaeological collections fi
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GARRETT P. SERVISS
(Garrett P. Serviss, prominent scientist
and writer, author of rmTieSecond De-
juge," etc_, says:
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before alighting upon Tuxedo, the
WILLIAM P. SHERIDAN -
William P. Sheridan, one of the most
famous detectives in the country, says z
"Tuxedo is so mighty fine, so
superlative in its quality, its mild.
ness and combined richness, that it
seems the ultimate and only tobacco
for the connoisseur. Ican recom-
mend it unqualifiedly."
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