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CHANGE MADE IN
ENGINEERING DEPT.
According To New Plans Teaching
Assitants Take Place of
Instructors.
N W ASSISTANTS APPOINTED
Teaching assistants will take the
place of instructors in the engineer-
ing department hereafter whenever it

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of action was decided upon January
29, when the executive committee of
the board of Regnts authorized the
engineering department to give the
plan a trial.
The object of the system is to aid
in developing more unity in the dif-
ferent courses, botW' in the methods
and plan of teaching, and in the body
of the subject matter itself. At pres-
ent the instructor has certain author-
ity to plan, and give courses in the
department, and he has his own ideas
which sometimes do not conform to
those of the heads of the department
who are working out something along
lines of their own.
The teaching ass stant will be a
man who has finished his regular
course, and is taking advanced work,
specializing in some particular branch,
and has shown marked ability in that
work. He will be especially trained
to carry out the plans of the head of
the department. The assistant will
thus become the mouthpiece of his
superior, by whom he has been es-
pecially trained.
Another thing which it is thought
will be of great importance is the
fact that on account of salary saved
in this way, more funds will be avail-
able for professorships, and it will
make it possible to obtain men who
are not now available.
"Of course" said Dean Cooley yes-
terday, "it is more or less in the
nature of an experiment, although it
is not entirely untried for Prof. Zow-
ski has had a teaching assistant in
hydraulic machinery for the past year,
and it has worked out there very sat-
isfactorily indeed. In fact, it was
this success that encouraged us to
believe the present plan could be
worked out advantageously in other
branches of engineering studies."
In accordance with Dean Cooley's
recommendation, the executive com-
mittee appointed the following teach-
ing assistants: Stanley R. Thomas of
Ann Arbor and Saul Saulson of Grand
Rapids, to teaching assistantships in
mechanical engineering for the sec-
ond semester. Both of these men have
completed their undergraduate work,
and have been recommended for their
degrees. Both will be laboratory men.
Another appointment to a teaching
assistantship is F. W Pawlowski of
Springfield, O. Ass't Prof. Grenier
and Mr. Pawlowski together will
teach machine design and machine
design theory, and also the theory of
gas and oil engines. Mr. Pawlowski
has studied avation at Sarbonne, Par-
is, which makes it possible to give
courses in aviation. He has also been
engaged for two years in designing
automobile engines, which makes him
available in case a course in the de-
signing of automobile engineering is
offered.

CONSERVATION DISCUSSED BY
PROF. ROTH AT UNION SIUNDAY
"Conservation" was the general sub-
ject of .the talk given by Prof. Fill-
bert Roth, head of the forestry depart-
ment, at the Michigan Union Sunday
afternoon. Judge Wiliam Day, of To-
ledo, who was expected to address the
regular Sunday gathering, was unable
to come at the last moment, and Prof.
Roth was called upon to express his
views especially in regard to the cur-
rently mooted question concerning
state supervision over conservation.
"Since conservation has been active-
ly taken up by the federal govern-
ment," said Prof. Roth, "the progress
made in checking the wanton waste
of our natural resources has been
highly creditable. There seems to ex-
ist no plausible reason why the central
government should give up its control
over conservation. In the case where
the individual states have had charge
of this matter, negligence has fre-
quently been present,-and indeed,
politics are more intimately involved
where the state is the controlling fac-
tor."
1914 LITS AND ENGINEERS
DINE TOGETHER TOMORROW
In conjunction with the junior en-
gineers,, third'year lits. will dine at
the Union tomorrow evening at 6:00
o'clock. Werner Schroeder of the fits
will act as toastmaster. Dr. J. A. C.
Hildner will speak as well as a mem-
ber of the engineering faculty. Harry
Hewitt will represent the lit class
with a short talk. Bruce Bromley'
will furnish the musical part of the
program. Charles Crowe will talk
for the engineers.
The dinner is one 'of the series
given by each class and the series
tickets give admittance to the joint
affair. Single admission tickets may
be procured.

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Fresh Pharmics Hold First Dance.
Fresh pharmics will give their first
dance at Packard academy on Friday
evening from 8:30 o'clock until 12:00
o'clock Dr. and Mrs. Hubbard and
Mr. and Mrs. Laurence C. Johnson
are the chaperones.
Homeop Head Talks on Primitive Man
Dr. Wilbert B. Hinsdale, Dean of
the Homeopathic Medical college, lec-
tured last evening in the hospital on
"Primitive Man with Special Refere-
ence tos the Original Inhabitants
Around the Great Lakes." The lec-,
ture was illustrated by lantern slides.
Sickness Calls Student Home.
H. N. Lewis,. '14L, has been called
to his home in, Golconda, Ill., on ac-
count of the serious illness of his
mother.
Dr. Coler Will Address Women
Dr. George P. Coler of the Christian
church will speak at the regular week-
ly meeting of the Y. W. C. A. this af-
ternoon on "Christ, a reality to the
college girl." The meeting will begin
at 4:30 o'clock sharp.
Chess Players Meet Tonight.
Reassured that their scholastic
standing is not in jeapardy members
of the Chess and Checker club will
meet tonight at the Union. Play in
the local tournament is to be com-
menced.
Senior Play Cast Picked in Spring.
The cast for the senior play has
not yet been selected. It was an-
nounced some time ago that the se-
lections would be out at the begin-
ning of the second semester. A
meeting will be held today at Barbour
gym, but it is quite probable that the
chosen few will not be selected until
after the Easter vacation
Illini Banquet is Postponed.
Because of the failure to obtain
Judge Kennesaw Mountain Landis as
the chief speaker, the members of the
Illini club have postponed the ban-
quet indefinitely which was to have
been given on Lincoln's birthday.

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MATNEE and NIGHT, SAT., FEB. 15th
MORT H. SINGEIL PRESENTS
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in the
THE MUSICAL COMEDY WITH A PLOT
AND A PERFECT PRINCESS CHORUS
"YOUR EYES, YOUR SMILE AND YOU.'
"HONOLULU HONEY LOU."
"MELODY OF DREAMS."
"BASHFUL BUMBLE BEE."

Daughter Born to Victor Lane.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor H. Lane, Jr.,
of Detroit, announce the aprival of 9f
daughter. Victor Lane was a member
of the Phi Delta Phi fraternity.
Union Sells Numeral Tobacco Jars.
The Michigan Union is in receipt of
a large number of jars of tobacco, em-
bossed with the numerals of all class-
es. These are being 'sold at reduced
rates at the tobacco counter this week.

COUSINS, & HALL
Florists
1002 S. University

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SENIOR LITS TO NOMINATE
FOR PRESIDENT TOMORROW
Nominations for president of the
senior lits will be held tomorrow af-
ternoon at four o'clock in Tappan
Hall. The nominations will be con-
ducted under the new system of class
elections recommended by the stu-
dent council. The election of presi-
dcnt will be held Saturday-morning
and the new executive will take office
one week from tomorrow at a special
class meeting to be called for that
purpose. g
FRACAS AT GYM IS INVES-
TIW ATED BY AUTHORITIES
(Continued from page 1)
Wilkins, Stouffer, Keliher and Dick-
inson. It is expected that the commit-
tee will report at the regular meeting
of council in the oratorical rooms to-
night.
Whether the student council, in ac-
cordance with its powers will punish
the offenders or will turn them over
to the faculty has not been decided.
At present both faculty and council
are cooperating to discover the lead-
ers of the disturbance.
President Hancock of the council
last night made an urgent appeal' or
cooperation on the part of the student
body.
"We want every man who knows
anything about the trouble makers to
tell us about it," he said. "We can't
rout out these men, who have disgrac-
ed the 4niversity and done it irrepar-

CARRICK THEATRE
DETRO1IT
LEW FIELDS ALL STAR COMPANY
"Hanky Panky"
able injury, unless all the students
are willing to help us. All informa-
tion will be treated confidentially.
"The men we are after are those
who handled the battering ram by
which the gym dlr was broken iin
and those who threw the bricks.
"The faculty and members of the
student council feel that a blot has
been put on the universtiy by Friday
night's affair and the only thing that
can be done now is to discover and
punish the offenders."
CONSERVATION ATTACHED
BY GOVERNOR SHAFROTH
(Continued from page 1)
We westerners know what is best for
ourselves.
"All we ask is the same opportunity
to ;row and develop that was given
the east, south and, north-the condi-
tion under which we were admitted in-
to the union. The policy, of conserva-
tion is unsuited to the development of
the country and is an invasion of the
rights of the states imposed upon
them by the federal courts.'?
Governor Shafroth leaves today for
Washingtpn, where as senator-elect
he will enlist with other westerners in
the fight against conservation bills
now up before congress.

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Coach Rickey Secures New Manager.
Coach Branch Rickey of the base-
ball team, is now a father. A baby
girl was born recently at his home in
Lucasville, O.

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of exclusive candy
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Homer Heath is Ill With Measles.
Homer Heath, graduate manager of
the Michigan Union, is ill with an at-
tack of measles. He has been con-
fined to his home since Saturday, but
it was not, until yesterday that symp-
toms of measles appeared.

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