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of a new special service
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CITY NEWS

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Intercollegiate
Cornell-A totai of $1,9V."6 a
collected from the facuity aid under
graduates 'by the War !4lief Commit-
tee.
t Columbig -The Philoleg in liter-
ary socity , established In 1802. .i
to have a clubbouse after %hiing 114
years.
WIscoisjn-The university xegfEWI1
will experience the practical side o 0
war in a sham battle to be held .iS
the near future.
Sloux CIty-Triility College, tsii-
ated in this city, has been compellea
to change its colors because of the
shortage of German dye stuffs. Blue
and grey will be substituted for
purple and yellow.
ValIforniiii,-As an mnd cemleilt o 0
make the women of Roble Hail pay
their dues, all delinquents will be de-
nied the use of the telephone.
Nebraska-Agitatior for a students
union has been started.
Colorato--According to the obser -
vations of th.e phy- ical director, [resh-
men are becoming taller and lighter
each year.
Princeton- T'he WinCliester Repeat.
ing arms cgmpany offers students who
are interested in manufacturing meth-
ods either summer employment or
permanent work with the company.
jHUSPITAL TES
Paul. [H. Rogers, '16L, is confined in'
the hospital with acute appendicitis.
James L. Donne'ly, who uinderwent
an operation for appendicitis, has been
discharged from th.e hospital.
H. E. Miner, '16E, who suffered from
a severe attack of inflamatory rleu-
matism, has left school. Although
advised here to go to the hospital,
Miner went home in accordance with
the desires of his parents. He is now
in a serious condition at Durand.
Send The Daily home. $1.00 for the
rest of the year. **

CORRECTS STATEMENT
K. W. HEINRICH RECTIFIES RE.
CENT REPORTED ARTICLE IN
THE DAILY
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
I wish to take this opportunity of
correcting your reported article on my
speech before the Adelphpi on Tues-
day last. I am reported as having
said that the army has only 634 ma-
chine guns, whereas I said that the
sum total of feld pieces in the army
were 634 and that none of these were
above a six inch piece, and very few
of these were even above a three inch
piece. Of this number many are old
models, a large number having seen
service in the Civil war.
My remarks in regard to the failure
of guns were to the effect that eleven
machine guns had jammed rendering
them useless, and this was probably
due to inexperienced operators rather
tha the fault of the gun.
I wish to correct the idea that I am
a member of the staff of the U. S. Ma-
rine Corps, and wish to state that my
colnection with the service is in that
capacity with the First Battalion,
Sixth Michigan Engineer Division.
Sincerely, k
K. WARREN HEINRICIT U. S. N.
BOTANY DEPART3IENT NOW ONE
OF BEST IN UINTED STATES
By the addition of the new green-
house on the southern side of the
New Science building, the botany de-
partment is now considered one of
the best in the country. The de-
partment has increased so much in
the past few years that over 25,000
sucare feet in the New Science build-
ing are being used by this department,'
which is considerable more space
than is used by any other department
in the university. There are also over
4,000 square feet used at the botani-
cal gardens.
The semi-conical shaped green-
house will be used by the botany stu-
dents for experimental purposes. Many
modern conveniences can be seen in
the greenhouse's construction. The
roof is equipped with adjustable glass
shutters, each partition of which can
be opened for ventilation or experi-
mental purposes. Twenty-four stu-
dents are able to work in the green-
house at one time.
Leading off from the house are a
number of black-walled rooms into
which no sunlight can enter. The
botany students can watch different
plants grow under these conditions.
HlU(L hINCREASE SHOWN
IN INTERNAL REVENUE
Washington, March 17. - Internal
revenue receipts of the government
have shown such a marked increase
during the last few months over
those of the same months last year
that treasury department officials now
are hopeful that the present fiscal year
which ends June 30 will find the treas-
ury with a surplus. At the close of
the fiscal year 1915, there was a de-
iicit of about $35,000,000.
Automnobile Rolls Over Embankment
When his automobile rolled down a
10-foot ,embankment near the Economy
Bailer Co.'s plant yesterday, Arthur
Cutts was pinned under the car. He
escaped with a sprained arm. A de-
fective *steerug gear caused the
trouble.
LAST (HANCE,
Good ice at Weinberg"s rink today.

EXPECT LRGE SUMER
SESSION ENROLLMENT
Suninter Session Faculty Prepares for
Record Attendance; 100,000
Catalogs Off Press
Announcements for the summer
school of the University number 100,-
000. This large number of announce-
ments was printed in view of the fact
that the faculty of the summer session
believe that a greater number will be
attracted this year than ever before.
Especially interesting is the an-
nouncement of the Biological station.
This station will offer possibilities for
all interested in studying the forms of
animal and plant life the chance to
observe these forms In their natural
habitats.
The biological station is located in
the northern part of the state, 17
miles from the Straits of Mackinac,
This tract of 2,200 acres of land, which
is owned by the University; stretches
from Douglas to Burt Lake in Chey-
boygan county, and contains many
small lakes and ponds in which fauna
are especially abundant. The camp
is elevated and in the summer time
this is a great benefit to the workers.
The faculty for the session of the
station consists of the following.
Otto Charles Glaser, associate profes-
sor of zoology; Reuben Myron Strong,
professor of anatomy in the Univer-
sity of Mississippi; Max Mapes Ellis,
assistant professor of biology in the
University of Colorado; Frank Caleb
Gates, instructor of botany in the Uni-
versity of the Philippines; John Hen-
ry Ehlers, instructor in botany; Rich-
ard Morris Holman, instructor in
botany; Clyde Bruce Stouffer, phy-
sician; Marion Durbin Ellis, Dean of
Women; Frances Jewett Dunbar, cura-
tor; William Walter Cort, associate
professor of biology in Macalester Col-
lege; Ruby M. Hall, research assistant
in botany; Margaret Reynolds, assist-
ant in zoology, and Frank B. Cotner,
assistant in botany.
SiSLER ATTIIA(TS ATTI~ 0NTI
ON iiiowit'S SOUTHERN ITOUR
Likely to Land Berth in Outfield With
Bert Sotten and Ward
;litler
With the St. Louis Browns well on
their third week of southern practice,
the work of George Sisler still stands
forth as the shining light in the
drills thus far.
Bert Shotten and Ward Miller were
assigned to two of the outfield posi
tions by Manager Jones before the
team even reported, leaving one va-
cancy in the outer defense. The com-
bined Federal and American league
squads which Jones had under him,
threw a big handful of candidates into
the competition for the remaining
berth, but Sisler seems to stand head
and shoulders above the others to
date.
Sisler's speed has particularly at-
trated the manager's attention. Bert
Shotten is probably one of the three
or four fastest sprinters playing base-
ball, and with Sisler and Miller sta-
tioned on either side of him in the
outfield, Jones figures on having a
lightening trio in the gardens.
Prof. F. N. Scott to Attend Meeting
Prof. Fred N. Scott leaves in a few
days for Chicago, where he will at-
tend 4he meeting of the North-Central
association of Colleges and Secondary
Schools, to be held in that city March
24. At this meeting Professor Scott
will read the report of the National

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developed through a lack of
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To Speak on "Pruning and Spraying"
James H. Carmody, extension hor-
ticulturist at the Michigan Agricul-
tural college, speaks this afternoon
at 2:00 o'clock in the council room at
the City Hall on "Pruning and Spray-
ing." Ray Bassett, city forester, will
speak on the garden contest to be con-
ducted among the school children here
this year. The general public is in-
vited to the meeting.
To Consider New Bridge for Huron
Construction of a $25,000 concrete
bridge, to take the place of the pres-
ent steel and timber structure across
the Huron at Broadway, will be con-
sidered by the city council Monday
night. Should the council endorse the
plan, it must also be ratified by a vote
of the people. The Packard Street
freight case will also come up for
final settlement at the meeting Mon-
day night.

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Huron streets, near Sleepy Hollow,
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