'ED BY ENGINEERS,
What promises to be a warmly con-
tested debate has been scheduled by
the engineering society debating sec-
tion for its weekly meeting tomorrow
night, when the question "Resolved!
that Michigan should return to they
Conference," will be argued. J. H.
Roper will speak on "Current Events,"
and a business meeting will conclude
the evening. The meeting is schedul-
ed for 7:00 o'clock in the engineering
Prof. Pillsbury Still Confined at ilonie
Prof. W. B. Pillsbury, who was tak-
en with an attack of acute indigestion'
Monday while lecturing, before his
class in psychology, is resting com-
fortably at his home and should be
out within a few days. It is not like-
ly that he will resume his classes un-
til the middle of next week.
Professor Hoad to tecture in Kansas,
Prof. W. C. Road, of the engineering
department, left yesterday morning
for Lawrence, Kansas, where he will
address a mass meeting of citizens
on their water supply problem. From
there Prof. Road will go to Nebraska
where he will attend a meeting of a
College Presidents Meet in Detroit.
Pres. Hutchins spent yesterday in
Detroit in conference with Pres. J. L.
Snyder, of the Michigan Agricultural
College, and Pres. F. W. McNair, of the
Michigan College of Mines. The pres-
idents gather four times a year to dis-
cuss matters of common interest con-
cerning their schools. Yesterday's
meeting was held at the Pontchartrain
C. Ii. Primrose (
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and will arrive home
Graduate Club Meets at Barbour Gym
The regular meeting of the Grad-
uate club tonight at 7:30 o'clock in
Barbour gym, will he a purely busi-
ness affair, and the usual lecture will
be omitted.. Following the meeting a
party beginning at 9:00 o'clock will be
held in the gym for the purpose of
making the members better acquaint-
ed with each other. Dancing will be
the principal diversion.
Fresh Engineers to Smoke at Union.
Fresh engineers will make their de-
but in society this evening with a
smoker at the Union at 7:30 o'clock.
Speeches will be made by Prof. R. E.
Bunker, R. T. Lazear, Pres. Merit
Raag and others. Judging from the
large number of tickets sold by last
night nearly every engineer will be
Websters to Initiate :New Members.
Webster society will have a varied
program tonight. David E. Williams
will speak on "Two Years in the Prov-
inces," Fenn H. Cooney on "What to
do with our Ex-presidents," and James
W. Mackey on "The Divorce Probleni."
The parliamentary drill will be on the
Conference question and after the
program the annual initiation of new
members will take place.
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