THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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FORMER PROFESSOR IS HONOREDI
Left I. of II. For Congress and Pres-
ideny of Cornell.
Karl Bitters, sculptor of the im-
pressive bronze bas-relief of Dr. An-
gell, is at present at work upon a mag-
nificent design for a statue of Dr. An-i
drew Dickson White, first president,
of Cornell University and for several
years professor in our own university.
The statue which is to be of heroic
size, will occupy a position in front of
Fdwin Smith hall on the campus at
Cornell. Dr. White was professor of
history and literature at Michigan
from 1857 to 1863 when he resigned his
chair to become a member of the Uni-
ted States Senate as deputy from
New York State. In 1867, he abdicated
this office to accept the presidency of
Cornell University. The statue will
assume a sitting posture and will rep-
resent Dr. White in, full academic
Library Receives Books 325 Years Old;
Two books arrived at the general
ibrary from London this week which
should prove of great interest to the
campus. They are of the original edi-
tion of Holinshed's Chronicles, from
which Shakespeare is said to have tak-
en considerable of his historical infor-
mation. They have been purchased
through Henry Sotheran & Co., Lon-
don agents of the university library.
The books are of enormous size and
weight, are written in the old English
type, and are 325 years of age, having
been published in 1586-7.
RECENT WEDEMEYER ACCIDENT
MAY HAVE AN INVESTIGATION.
Senator Townsend, a member of the
Michigan delegation which will come
here from Washington, D. C., to attend
the memorial services of the late Con-
gressman W. W. Wedemeyer to be held
in University Hall on January 26, may
request the war department to inves-
tigate the circumstances of his death.
George Burke, the junior member of
Congressman Wedemeyer's law firm
advises an investigation. He believes
that sufficient precautions were not
used to guard Mr. Wedemeyer.
Varsity Catcher Improves in Health.
Goodloe H. Rodgers, '13L, the Var-
sity catcher who was operated on for
appendicitis recently,is improving rap-
idly, In a letter written to his class-
mates thanking them for the flowers
they sent him, he says, "Am improving
rapidly and will return next semester
in tip top shape."
BAR EXAMINATION BILL WILL
NOT BE DECIDED THIS SESSION
Admission to the bar only by exami-
nation is the purpose of a bill now
before the state legislature. The
measure was proposed last year but
not voted on. Although sentiment is
in favor of the bill it probably will
not be voted on at the present session.
In any case it will not affect this year's
senior law class for a bill passed by
the legislature does not become effect-
ive until 90 days after the adjourn-
ment of the session.
The, bill is not directed at any law
school but its purpose is to keep unde-
sirable attorneys of other states from
practicing in this state. Faculties in
state law schools are backing the bill
in an endeavor to raise the standard
of the bar.
League House Reception Occurs Today
Mrs. Cannon will give a reception
at her home this afternoon on Wash-
tenaw Ave., which is a league house,
and all league members are invited to
attend. Several members of the fac-
ulty will be present with their wives.
The reception is to be informal, be-
ginning at 4:00 p. m.
Chemical Society to Meet Today.
The January meeting of the Michi-
gan section of the American Chemical
society will be held today at 4:15
o'clock in room 151,chetnistry building.
Professor M. omberg will address the
meeting on "The Triary l Oxides."
Three of Prof. C. O. Davis' classes
in the education department voted
yesterday to adopt the honor system
in examinmtions. Two sections of the
high school administrative course and
one section in history of education
were the classes to accept the system.
There was not a dissenting vote cast
among, the 140 students involved. The
matter will be brought before Prof.
Davis' other two classes in history of
education this morning and he said
that he had no doubt that they would
pass favorably on it.
Nobody is required to report anyone
else for getting help in examinations
as is often provided in honor systems
as.they are used in various places. It
will simply mean writing at the end of
the "blue-book" a statement that the
student has neither given nor receiv-
ed help during the examination. Prof.
Davis did not care to have the students
take the responsibility of reporting
anyone else. Nearly all of the mem-
bers of his classes are upper class-
men and many of them are older than
the average student, which makes
their action a very important step in
the direction of an honor system for
LATE CONG. WEDMIDEYER TO BE
HON ORE) BY L sAW SCHIOLASI P
Waslitenaw County Bar Associa ion is
lRaising Money to Preserve Mei
ory of Michigan Graduate.
V. E. Van Emeringer, chairman of
the committee appointed by the Wash-
tenaw county bar association to raise
funds for establishing a memorial to
the late W. ,W. Wedemeyer, has an-
nounced that the memorial is to be a
scholarship for students in the law
department, and is to be known as the
W. W. Wedemeyer scholarship fund.
The money is to be raised by public
subscriptions and may be paid to
Frank C. Cole, treasurer of the com-
'mittge, or to any other member of the
committee. Several contributions
have already been received, and the
success of the project is now assured.
Dean Vaughan Postpones Lectures.
Owing to an important meeting of
the Tri-State medical society, which
includes the states of Michigan, In-
diana and Ohio, at the Toledo Y. M. C.
A. yesterday evening, Dr. V.C.Vaughan,
dean of the medical school and presi-
dent of the society, was obliged to de-
fer his lectures at the Universities of
Wisconsin and Minnesota until Thurs-
day and Friday of this week respect:
ively. Dr. G. Karl Huber read a paper
on "The Form and Microscopic Struct-
ure of the Kidney Tubule and its Re-
lation to the Terminal Bloodvessels."
IJetalirgy Class Will Visit Detroit.
Prof. A. P. White's class in metal-
lurgy will make an inspection trip to
Detroit Saturday morning. They will
leave Ann Arbor on the 6:57 Michigan
Central train. While in the city they
will visit the Detroit Copper and Brass
Rolling Mills, the Detroit Steel Cast-
ing Company, and, if there is time,
the factory of the Ford Automobile
Company. Students of the university
who are not taking the course, but
who are interested in the work, are
invited to accompany the class.
NEW WHITNEY THEATRE
Thursday Night, Jan.,16, at 8:15 -
HENRY W. SAVAE Ogffrs the Joyous Operetta
With the complete cost and production as 'seen at the Lyric Theatre,
New YoIk, for six months last season.
Otis Harlan Lottie Engel
Mdude Odell John Dunsmure
Philip Simmons Katheryn Stevenson
Roland Hague Charles Hines
And the famous dancing beauties
The Highland Daisies
Sel Sale Tueay, Janrr 1/ . 10 .
NE Wnd JWHITNE 2THEATRE
Monday.. Jan. 20th, at 8:00
Charles Frohman Presents
Prices, See, 75c, $1.00,
Carriages at 10:50
20 -Per Cent. Off
Flannel Shirts--Attached or Detached Collars
Underwear---Wool or Cotton, union or 2-piece
25 Per Cent. off on all Winter Caps
VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP
1107 S. University Ave.
SEVEN BIG ACTS
Regular One Ring Circus
Man Eating Monsters in Captivity
Carl an Rhiel The Rooneys
Singing - Dancing Daring Aerialists
Dave Yanlield THE FIDD ING
Juggling Clown C WN
Gtyl Trio Novel Gymnasts
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Coming Soon -- Big Suffragette Convention
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By J. M, Barrie, author of "The Little Mi-
Seat Sale, Friday, Jan. 17th.
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