THE MICHIGAN DAILY
N. A. WOOD KEEPS TAB ON ALL
IDIOSYNCRACIES OF BIR)S
Pamphlef's Published Occasionally
Mr. Norman A. Wood, curator of the
bird section of the museum, has rec-
ord of two early spring visitors. A
blue bird was sighted February 24 out
Geddes road and a day or two later
another resident reported a robin.
The former is undoubtedly an early
spring immigrant but the robin prob-
ably has wintered in the swamps
nearby, as all through the past month
an occasional one put in an appear-
A chart-record is kept throughout
the year by Mr. Wood beginning in
July and continuing the whole 12
months. As new birds are observed
the kind, date, and circumstances are
put down in this record. Not only
does the curator add to this list but
students and Ann Arbor residents in-
terested in birds report any discov-
eries among the feathered tribe to Mr.
Ten years ago a pamphlet was pub-
lished by the Museum containing a
25 year record of Ann Arbor's birds,
all the work of Mr. Wood. The com-
plete record from the last 10 years'
charts will probably result in the is-
sue of a new pamphlet in the future.
Then a comparison of the new with
the old should furnish valuable in-
formation concerning the increase or
decrease in certain species, as well as
ascertaining the variations from year
M'innesota.Wins 10th Victory
Urbana, Ill., March 3.-Minnesota
won its 10th Western Conference bas-
ketball game by defeating Illinois
here tonight, 33 to 13. The defense
of the Minnesota five prevented the Campus Flagpole Being Repaired
Suckers from obtaining a higher Workmen engaed Monday afternoon
score. repairing the campus flag pole which
Illinois' defeat makes her .455 in the was damaged by the heavy wind on
Big Ten standing. Michigan ranks Friday. Their task will be completed
next with a percentage of .429. by Wednesday.
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MANY PROFS IN SERVICE
PROMINENT INSTRUCTORS FROM
Professors and students are still re-
turning from war service and, ac-
cording to Dean Kraus of the sum-
mer session, there are many profes-
sors now in service who will resume
their work when the session opens.
Prof. W. T. Fishleigh, Who has held
the commission of lieutenant-colonel,
will instruct in automobile engineer-
ing. Prof. A. H. Lovell, also a form-
er lieutenant-colonel, will be among
those instructing in electrical engin-
Among those of the medical facul-
ty who have seen service will be Prof.
Paul H. DeKruif and Prof. U. J. Wyle.
Prof. H. R, Cross, who is in service
in Italy, will be back to take up his
work in fine arts.
In the physics department additions
to the present staff will be Professors
W. F. Colby and W. W. Sleator, both
of whom have been in service.
W. W. Bishop, the University librar-
ian, has been looking after the inter-
ests of the American Library asso-
ciation in the camps and cantonments.
He will instruct in library methods.
Prof. W. G. Stoner who has been
in service will be with the Law school
The session will be fortunate in
having prominent instructors from
outside institutions. Among these
are Supt. C. E. Chadsey, of Detroit,
who has agreed to give a short course
of special lectures in educational
problems; Supt. Paul C. Stetson, of
Muskegon; Dr. P. C. Parker, of the
Detroit public school system, - and
Prof. W. H. Pyle, of the niversity of
Missouri, will'give instruction in the
department of education.
There will be more courses in in-
dustrial education this year than in
the past. These will lie given by Pro-
fessors G. E. Myers, E. L. Hayes, C.
Murtland, and F. R. Kepler.
Supt. F. E. Fostick, of Wyandotte,
wil give instruction in geography.
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WHAT'S GOING ON
fries and toasts, pops
4:15-Dr. J. M. Farquhar speaks on
"Constitutional Reform in India and
Its Probable Outcome" in N. S. aud-
7:00-Canadian club meets at Union.
7:15-Tryouts for Athena literary so-
ciety will be held in room 302:Ma-
7:30-Adelphi meets on fourth floor
8:00-Mortarboard meets at Delta
Delta Delta house.
4:15-Junior lit class meeting in room
203 U-hall. Student councilmen will
4:15-Cercle Francals meets in room
203, Tappan hall. Frieda Bonan,
'20, and Martha Jouard, grad., will
give short talks about France.
7 :30-Menorah society meets in Red
room of Lane hall to discuss plans
for present semester.
Tryouts for the play to be given by
the Cercle Francais will be held at
7 o'clock Thursday evening in room
202, South wing. All students who
are interested in French may try
Junior engineers will bold an impor-
tant business meeting at 9 o'clock
Thursday morning in room 348, En-
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