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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HIGHWAY COURSES
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Prof. W. C. Road and K. I. Sawyer,4
State Highway Department,
Read Papers on
Earth Roads

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NO LOSS BY FIRE
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HAFF DCIDES NOT
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Former Track Star Fears He Cannot
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PROF. STRAHAN, OF UNIVERSITY
OF GEORGIA, DELIVERS LECTURE

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Prof. H. E. Riggs to Talk Today
Subject of "Specifications and
Contracts"

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On Specialties better

Registration in the short course in
highway engineering reached a total of
65 yesterday, the second day of the
session. Each succeeding day will
probably bring its quota of road men
to the course. According to the fac-
ulty men in charge, the course is
wholly successful as far as it has
gone, exceeding expectations in many
ways. The students are taking to the
work, and are bent upon accomplishing
as much as possible in the short space
of time allotted to them.
Classroom work of various kinds
was undertaken yesterday morning, as
for each. morning of the week. The
topic discussed was one which inter-
ested most of the engineers, since earth
roads, the subject, are by far the most
common form of highways. Two pa-
pers were given yesterday. Prof. W. C.
Hoad, of the sanitary engineering de-
partment, gave the first, and K. I. Saw-
yer, inspecting engineer of the state
highway department, read the second.
The lecture of the day was delivered
by Prof. Charles Ms, Strahan, dean of
engineering at the University of
Georgia. His subject was "Developing;
an Earth Road." He was introduced
as "a man who probably knew more
than any other person in the country,'
concerning, the development of earth
oads." Professor Strahan said by way
of introduction that he came from the
home of the cheapest form of road
building, Georgia, to the.-home of one
of the most expensive forms of high-
way construction, Michigan. The anal-
ogy lay between the earth and concrete
roads. He attempted to show, in his
lecture, just what should be done in
order to obtain the best form of earth
roads, touching especially upon Michi-
gan conditions.
Today's program includes papers by
Frank F. Rogers, Michigan state high-
way commissioner, and Prof. H. E.
Riggs, of the civil engineering depart-
ment. The first will be "Contract Lab-
or vs. Day Labor in Road Construction
in Michigan." The second is entitled,
"Specifications and Contracts."
The feature of the program occurs
again in the evening lecture, "Use of
Bituminous Materials in County Road
Construction," by Prevost Hubbard,
chief of division of roads and pave-
ments of the Institute of Industr, . Re-
search, Washington, D. C.
ter-class title, as the science team has
yet to lose its first game, having drawn
a bye for the first round, and won
over the law team in the second round.

line of Students' supplies.
THE DELTA
and Packard

EXPLANATION:IN THE PALACE OF HELL THE DEVIL converses with two dis-
satisfied cop les-one Is engaged to be marred and the other couple aIready wedded.
THE D)EVIL SENDS THE COUPLES BACK TO EARTHI and the, next scene is
an exact relca of the Red Room at the LaSalle Hotel, Chicago.
HERE THE SENSATIONAL EPISODES are staged which have crented national
comment on the DEV IL'S BALL
THERE ARE EIGHT IN THE CAST AND THE SCENERY MOST ELABORATED
HAI KIHI FED. JARVIS & FREDERICA HARRISON
JAP-CONTORTIONIST The Fellow, The Girl, The Bench in 'FLIRTOLOGY'
Harlan E. Knight & Co. Morton Wells & Norworth
in "THE CHALK LINE" Those Crazy Vaudevillians
NEW SHOW THURSDAY, (6) SIX ROVAY HUSSAR GIRLS
Coming Mon. Feb.22, George Primrose Minstrels

SHIFT ROBINSON TO QUARTER
That "Hap" Haff will not coach the
freshman track squad this season, was
the announcement made yesterday.
This means that Coach Farrell will
handle both aggregations, as in form-
er years.
"Hap" has ambitions along other
lines, and fears that he will be unable
to devote the proper time and atten-
tion to the yearling squad, and there-
fore prefers to leave the coaching sit-
uation alone. Although Farrell real-
izes that Haff's decision means a- dis-
tinct loss, the coach has left the mat-
ter entirely to him.
Robinson, the freshman dash man,
will be shifted to the quarter mile.
Whether "Robby's" transfer to the 440
is temporary or permanent is unset-
tied, and in the fresh-soph struggle,
he will run both distances. Coach Far-
rell saw Robinson run a; quarter last
year at the Penn relays on a prep
school team, and although his team
was decisively beaten, Robinson him-
self tore off the last quarter in less
than 50 seconds.
Although this clocking was unoffi-
cial, Farrell was sufficiently impress-
ed to shift the sprinter to the quarter,
and with the wealth of material on
hand in the dashes, Robinson may be
left in this event for the present year
at least. Saturday night he will enter
the 35 yard dash against O'Brien with
the odds a trifle against him, but in
the 440, whoever runs against him ap-
pears due for a trimming.
There will be no restrictions placed
upon the number of men allowed to
compete in the 35 yard dash, the high
jump, pole vault, hurdles and shot put
in the tilt between the freshmen and
sophs Saturday night. In the other
events both teams will be limited to
five men, and as it is doubtful whether
more than this number turn out, trials
of any description may be unnecessary.
The makeup of the sophomore team
is dependent to a considerable extent
upon whom Coach Farrell drafts from-
the 1917 team over to his varsity relay
quartet to run against Princeton. InI
the field events, the shot put, pole
vault and high jump, the dope all fa-l
vors the sophs, while the races are
a puzzle. The sophs should take the1
35 yard dash and the freshmen the
quarter, but the half and mile depend
upon who runs against Princeton.-

Freshman
ALSO
CANDIES
Sophomere

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But the Best Is
the hunches
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CIGARS
Senior

BOAT CLUB TO OPEN CAMPAIGN
FOR MEMBERS NEXT WEDNESDAY
Following a big "pep" smoker at
the Union, the membership campaign
of the Michigan Union Boat club will
open fire on Wednesday, February 24.
The campaign is to be carried on by
colleges and schools, and is to last

Pop. Mat. Week
We. GARRICK hSat Max THE STATE SAVNGS BANK
DETROIT ANN ARBOR, MICH.
EDMUND BREESE in CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS $125,000.00
T OW. J. Booth, Pres., WmArnold, Vice-Pres.
The Vital and Vivid Drama of New York Life ohn C. Waltz, Cashier, R. A.Beal, A sst' Cash

for two weeks.
-Professor L. A. Strauss, of the Eng-
lish department, will address the mem- John S. Leonard, '16L, third ensign
bers of the city Y. M. C. A. on "Books of the Boat club, who is in charge of

605 E. William St.

and What to Read," at 8 :00 o'clock

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OW GAME
LIT SQUAD
e Match with
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ers forfeited to the com-
an and senior lit team
the inter-class hockey
ed from last Saturday
cond year mechanics
luce enough men to play
e game was to be called.

A practice match was arranged be-
tween the lit team and a team made up
of second and fourth year engineers,
which the lits won by the one-sided
score of 6 to 2, Cohen starring for the
winners with four goals to his credit.
The match played on Monday night,
resulting in a protest to Director Rowe,a
has not yet been definitely decided, al-
though an attempt is being made to
have the game played over again.
The soph lits play the science team
tomorrow night, and this game should
go a long way toward deciding the in-+

Friday night.
-Dr. B. G. Williams, '08, has present-
ed the university library with 135 vol-
umes of medical books. Of especial
interest to medical students is the re-
cent acquisition of the nineteenth vol-
ume of the Surgeon General's Cata-
logue.
-For the first time since the outbreak
of the war, the general library yester-
day received a shipment of books from
Germany. The books are the first of.
a shipment ordered last spring, which
consists mainly of science texts.
-Prof. H. P. Thieme, of the depart-
ment of French, spoke to members of
the Cercle Francais on "L'esprit Fran-
cais" yesterday afternoon in Tappan
hall.
-Mrs. Jacques Ballinger announced
the engagement of her daughter, Lucy
Mills Ballinger, to Mr. W. F. Marstel-
ler, instructor in the economics de-
partment, at a dinner party given Mon-
day night.
-Prof. E. D. Campbell, of the chem.
istry department, has returned from
Detroit, where he addressed the Amer-
ican Ceramic society on "The Theory
of the Formation of Some Basic Sili-
cates."
-Prof. D. 0. Schlotterbeck, of the Col-
lege of Pharmacy, will speak on "The
Manufacture of Grape *Juice" to the
members of the American Chemical
society' at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow, in
room 151, .chemistry building.
-Prof. A. H. White, of the chemistry
department, has gone to Detroit to at-
tend the meeting of the American Cer-
amic association, which convenes there
this week.

the work, has sent in the names of men
appointed as chairmen, to the heads
of the various colleges and schools, in
order to certify eligibilities before be-
ginning the invasion of the campus.
The names probably will be published
tomorrow.
Chairmen will appoint four sub-
chairmen, one for each numeral year
in each department, and each sub-
chairman will appoint numerous com-
mitteemen to solicit a definite section
of the campus. The Medical School,
and the Colleges of Pharmacy and
Dental Surgery will be worked as a
combined department, over which there
will be one chairman, who will be as-
sisted by 11 sub-chairmen. Special
men will go the rounds among the fac-
ulty.
Memberships will be good for one
year, and will cost $1.50, but all who
have Michigan Union memberships
may register for one dollar. - All who
join during the incipient, canvass will
be eligible to take part in regatta
events and in any other of the club's
activities.

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WANTED
AGENTS WANTED-A wide awake
hustling student. Water filter, some-
thing new, carry in pocket. Write
for particulars. W. A. Gibson, 827
4th Ave., Detroit, Mich.
WANTED-A little forethought on
your summer employment will save
time and money on June 15th. See
about it today. Mr. Smithson, 503
E. Jefferson. Phone 2466. 94-95
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Three furnished rooms,.
light housekeeping. 507 E. Ann St.
Phone 215-M. 94-95-96
University Ave. Pharmacy Druga
and Toilet Articles. Phone 416. tf

LOST & FOUND
LOST-Pair onose glasses. Between
the Arcade theater and University
Hospital. Reward to finder, 912
Monroe St., City. 94-95
LOST-Ladies' small Elgin watch, be-
tween Monroe and Ann on East Univ.
or 12th Sts. Finder call at 1010 Mon--
roe and receive reward. 94-95
LOST-Tan wallet containing $;0 in,
bills, marked W. R. Vivian, Jr., Mich.
on inside. Liberal reward if return-
ed to 1550 Washtenaw. 95-6
In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. tf
522 ' "Two-Bits" 522
Holmes Taxi Co.

FORUM TO BRING UP QUESTION
OF MARKING TOMORROW NIGHT
Desire Organization t.Offer Place for
Men to Give Views on Campus
Problems
"Is the Marking System at Present in
Force in the Various Departments Sat-
isfactory?" will be the subject for dis-
cussion at the first meeting of Michi-
gan's forum, to be held at the Union at
7:30 o'clock tomorrow. W e r n e r
Schroeder, '16L, will preside
The forum will be held every Thurs-
day night until spring vacation, and
has been instituted to discuss vital
campus problems. The object of those
behind the organization is to have a
place where those interested can as-
semble, and put forth their views, and
not to form a debating society.
No formal rules will be enforced, ex-'
cept that speeches must be limited to
five minutes. Any one may speak a
second time, however. It is probable
that the discussion will last about an'
hour and a half, although adjournment'
will depend upon a motion.1

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Michigan May Have New laboratory
Michigan :will have one of the larg-
est hydraulic laboratories of any uni-
versity, if the board of regents will ap-
propriate between $75,000 and $100,000.
The Eastern Michigan Edison Co.,
which owns property on the Huron
river, including Barton dam, which is
only a distance of three miles from
Ain Arbor, has offered to co-operate
with the university in erecting the new
laboratory. Upon the guarantee of
$35,000, preliminary plans will be
drawn up and arrangements for pro-
curing the necessary land and a con-
nection with the dam will be com-
m n .d.

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Michigan Alumnus Runs for Regency
S. T. Douglass, '73, of Detroit, is one Reserve yeaur seats now for the
of the Democratic candidates for the "Washington's Birthday" matinee at
nomination for regent of the universi- the Majestic-Special Feature act
ty at the state convention which is now George Primrose and his Minstrels ht
in session at Lansing. E. F. Brown, a 30 minute minstrel first part, al-o
of Iron Mountain, is the leading can- four other acts of good vaudeville. As
didate for the other regency nomina- this day is a holiday night prices will
tion. I prevail.

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