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February 19, 1915 - Image 4

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week. Nothing reserved.
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Prof. Ira O. Baker, of the civil en-
gineering department of the Univer-
sity of Illinois, who delivered one of
the lectures in the highway engineer-
ing short course, spoke to senior civil
engineers yesterday afternoon at 4:00
o'clock in room 311, new engineering
building. He talked on the lack of a
liberal education in most engineering
graduates and decried the compara-
tively unimportant position of engin-
eers in every day affairs, due he claims
to the neglect 'of this education.
Professor Bakerhis now in his forty-
first year as a teacher of civil engin-
eering in the University of Illnois, and
is one of the most widely-known men
in the civil engineering field in this
country. During his stay here, he was
the guest of Prof. H. E. Riggs, of the
civil engineering department, and was
the guest of honor at a dinner given
last night by Professor Riggs. He left
Ann Arbor last night for his home.

Officials Say Results of Campaign
Among Small Towns Cannot be
What is probably one of the most
successful features of the university+


Many Magazines and Newspapers Filed
in Memorial Hall
Attendance at the reading room in
Alumni hall is increasing every -day

zines and periodicals in the. room,
which are sent to the general library
for binding whe later issues arrive.
The library, or reading room, is open
to all students and, visitors, and its

popularity is shown by the increas-
and the average attendance of students e.
Professor Roscoe Pound, of Harvard, aio hy large number of people who o-
and Dr. Simon, of Washington, in nhopy it during their vacant hours. Ek-
List of Speakers the opportunity is now more than 4,044 cepting Sundays and legal holidays;the
a month. The room is officially known th
TO TALK ON MANY SUBJECTS as the Alumni Memorial hall reading reading room is open from :00 o'clock
room, and it has grown steadily since in the morning to 10:30 o'clock in the
Noted .men from all parts of the its inauguration. evening
country have been secured to speak at There are on file in the reading room
the popular lecture course given dur- which 10 are30 daiyichnewspapersdd University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
ing the summer session of the univer- tion there are nearly 50 popular maga-. and Toilet Articles. Phone 416. t
sity. Chief among these is Prof. Ros-

Y. M. C. A.'s educational plan this year
is the extension system that has been
put into vogue. Since the close of the
totball season, a number of deputation
teams have been sent out to small
towns in the lower part of the state,
and the results produced by these
teams, in inculcating higher ideals of
living in the boys who live in the
towns visited, has been beyond esti-
mate, according to letters received at
the "Y" offices from the county secre-
taries of the localities visited.
The teams, composed usually of five
men, plan on arriving at the town on
Friday afternoon, in time for one of the;

ank Pall-
of trig b
to c r+akĀ® ,,, ;,
yUr business

coe. Pound, of Harvard University, one
of the leading law educators of that
institution, and one of the most promi-
nent lawyers in the state of Massachu-
Dr. Abram Simon, of Washington,
D. C., will be here at the invitation of
the Jewish Chautaqua society. He will
deliver three lectures on the topic of
"The Historical Survey of the Jewish
Other speakers, in addition to the
faculty teachers, at the summer ses-
sion lecture series, maintained for the
benefit of the summer school students
are: Prof. S. O. Hartwell, superintend-
ent of schools at Kalamazoo; President
Thomas C. Blaisdall, of Alma College;
Hon. F. L. Keeler, superintendent ' of
public instruction of Michigan; b. W.
Springer, of Ann Arbor, secretary of
the National Educational society; Prof.
Fred L. Paxon, formerly of Michigan,
but now of the history faculty at the
University of Wisconsin; and F. A.
Jeffers, of Painesdale, who has rec-
ently been nominated for a member of
the state board of education.




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Croix Cigarette Papers
lorida beaches to the Californianl
ters of wealth and fashion through-
.kers of experience and discrimina-
Lrettes with Riz La Croix papers--
.Croix quality insures maximurE
pounced : REE-LAH-KROY)
d thin, their combustion
y no paper-taste in C
but the fresh
:co. So
Two inter-
-esting,' illustrated /
BoAkCets-one about RIZ
the other showing how to "Roll 0
Your Own" cigarettes -sent anywhere
inU.S. on request. Address The A merican 0
Tobacco Co., Room 1401, 111 Fifth Avenue, N.Y. 9
HATCH next Wednesday afternoon in Water-
UARY 27= man gymnasium, while the exact date
i squd ofof the elimination matches has not yet
squa ofbeen definitely decided.
"aining for '
Cornell is certain to prove a tough
ncig sa-customer for the Wolverine foil-wield-
y 27. The ers, as the Ithacan fencers were run-
limination ners-up in the eastern intercollegiate
:eup of the fencing meet last year, and Intercol-
have been legiate, champions in 1913. !Captain
The facul- Mattsson, of the Michigan team, has
00 o'clock seen Stanton, of the Cornell team, in a

"members to address the boys of the
high school. On Friday evening, all
the members of the team speak at a
banquet which most of the high school
boys and their fathers attend. On Sat-
urday morning, under ordinary cir-
cumstances, a religious survey of the
town is undertaken, and the results o1
this survey are turned over to a com-
mittee of the local pastors.
Saturday afternoon is devoted to
sports, usually basketball games, hikes
or indoor gym practice, and during
these games the members of the team
plan on becoming acquainted with the
various boys and their problems. Sat-
urday night is given over to a discus-
sion of the existing community moral
conditions. This meeting is usually of
a constructive nature, suggestions be-
ing made as to the method of improv-
ing conditions. Sunday morning is left
free to the men to visit any of the
churches which they may desire.
The culmination of the trip comes on
Sunday afternoon when, at a meeting
of the older boys of the community
held in one place and a gathering of
the younger boys held in another place,
talks are given by the visitors, making
an appeal for a real exemplification of
the ideals of the life of Christ in the
boy life of the community. The results
obtained at these meetings are last-
ing, according to the men who have
charge of the follow up work.
On Sunday evening, three of the team
members speak in a large uhion ser-
vice held in the largest local church,
and at this meeting, the responsibility
of the older people toward the younger
eople of the community is emphasized.
The deputation work of the Y. M. C.
A. this year has been under the direc-
tion of N Earl Pinney, '16. Lewis Rei-
mann, '17L, and Phil Hall, '15, have
gone on a majority of the trips taken.
Dates for the extension service have
been scheduled for every weekend un-
til the latter part of next month.
Spotlight dances, the rejuvenated
waltz, novel favors and programs will
feature the annual Washington's birth-
day dance. of the senior law class at
Granger's from 9:00 o'clock to 1:00
o'clock next Monday night. Prof. Ed-
son Sunderland and Mrs. Sunderland
and Prof. J. C. Knowlton and Mrs.
Knowlton will act as chaperons.
Tickets for the affair are selling at
$1.00. Chairman H. H. Roberts of the
social committee reports a big advance
sale of the pasteboards.
Detroit match recently, so the Wolver-
ine leader has a line on the class of
fencing that the Michigan men must
face in the coming meeting in Ithaca.
Aside from Captain Mattsson, the
Michigan squad will be selected from
the following men: White, Theiss,
Achi, Tripolitis, Nichols and Monroe.
tWhile the men realize that Cornell pos-
sesses one of the strongest fencing
teams in the east, they are confident
that the Michigan representatives will
give a good account of themselves in
the coming match, although a victory
is hardly to be expected, in view of the
'greater experience of the Cornell men.

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