Faculty Memliers Voice .Hearty
Approval Of .Hutchins Portrait
The consensjis of opinon among fac-
ulty members of the University is
overwhelmingly favorable to the pro-
posal of the Union that a portrait of
President Harry B. Hutchins be
painted and hung in the Union build-
ing in honor of the retiring head of
Opinions taken at random at the
University club yesterday were voic-
ed as follows:
Prof. JohnI R. Brumm - Portraits
hung in college halls have a peculiar
significance. They preserve the, best
traditions, which are usually associ-
ated with the personalities of the dis-
tinguished men who have left their
impress upon the life of the institu-
tion. A great name may soon come
to mean nothing to a new genera-I
tion of students, unless some suitable-
rem inder evokes interest. A well se-
lected portrait gallery serves this
purpose. Certainly there can be no
question of our desire to give Presi-
dent Hutchins' portrait a conspicuous
place among those of the men whom
we wish to honor.
Prof. Arthur Cross - I think it a
very, fitting time, now that the Pres-
ident has resigned, for us to try to
show our appreciation for the work
he has done.
Prof. Hugo P. Thieme - It is a fine
idea. I thick it is a very proper trib-
ute to President Hutchins.
Prof. H. E, Riggs - Put me down as
strongly as possible in favor of show-
ing our appreciation to President
Hutchins in this Way.
Prof. David Friday - It's a fitting
tribute to a fine man. All students
and faculty men will be glad to con-
tribute anything necessary.
Prof. Ermine Case - Why, yes,
there is no doubt but that such a por-
trait of the University President
should be hung in the University
Union. You won't find anybody who
isn't in favor of it.
The following committee from the
faculty has been chosen to aid in the
campaign for securing funds for
President Hutchins' portrait: Profs.
S. Lawrence Bigelow, Louis H. Boyn-
ton, John R. Brunim, Walter B. Ford,
Lewis M. Gram, I. Leo Sharfman,
Frank H.# Stevens, Rene L. Talamon,
Clyde E. Wilson, and Dr. G. I. Nay-
It is expected that additional -com-
mitteemen will be appointed in a day
or so. The campaign for subscrip-
tions will begin at once.a
WHAT'S GOING ON
tUPx. t Lt t.C n t e
5:00 A. M.-Baptist guild members
meet at church for May day hike.
0:30-Senior engineers baseball prac-
1:00--oCmMerce club meets on third
floor Michigan Union.
1:30-Presbyterian young people's
hike. Meet in front of Presbyterian
2:00-Junior engineer baseball prac-
tice at Ferry field.
2:30-Fresh engineer baseball prac.
tice on Ferry field
6:15-Commerce club banquet room
319 Michigan Union.
7:00-Upper Room Bible class meets,
444 South State street.
7:30-Bayonne (N. J.) club meets
room 306, Union.
7:45-Dr. H. W. Newman, '08, will
give an illustrated lecture on his
work in China at Lane hall; open
meeting of Student Volunteers.
11:50-Dr. Newman speaks at Bap-
12:00-Professor Henderson speaks to
students at Presbyterian church.
12:10-Discussion group of students in
Congregational church. Prof. J. I.,
Brumm speaks on "The College Stu-
dent and Orthadoxy."
6:00-Presbyterian Christian Endeav-
or social half-hour.
6:30-Baptist guild will hold annual
6:30 - Congregational students' club
meets. Prof. David Friday speaks on
"Labor and the Impending Financial
6:30-Uniltarian guild forum. Prof.
J. C. Hildner speaks on "The Three
6:30-The Wesleyan guild meets with
Herbert Twining as leader.
7:30-Dr. Newman gives a stereopti-
con lecture at Baptist church on
the Red Cross work in Siberia.
Talks to freshmen will be resumed at
3 o'clock next Monday afternoon in
Hill auditorium when Prof. David
.Friday will speak. Attendance of all,
freshman is required as usual.
Kentucky club will hold a dinner at
6 o'clock Tuesday, room 323, Union.
Those wishing to reserve plates call
Burge at 2574.
Art exhibition opeir daily from 2 to 5
o'clock at Memorial hall.
FRESHMEN MAY TAKE SECOND
PHYSICAL EXAMINATIONS NOW
Freshmen desiring to take their
second physical examination early and
thereby avoid congestion later, may
report now at any time at Waterman
gymnasium. All first year men who
were enrolled in the gymnasium
classes are required to take this sec-
ond examination in order that the
physical instructors may see the re-
sults of the class work.
At the close of the Hygiene lectures
now being conducted by the Health
service, a regular schedule for these
examinations ,will be posted and the
men will be required to attend. Men
examined now will not be required to
report to the gymnasium later.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
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Mr. Bruce Millar,
Chairman Nominating Committee,
Kindly accept iy resignation from
nomination for president of the Un-
ion. Unfortunately my timetduring
the coming year will be occupied with
other interests, which will make it im-
possible for me to give the time re-
quisite for the position, should I be
Youis very truly,
GILBERT P. SCHAFER.
STATE MEDICAL SOCIETY
WILL HOLD SESSION HERE
The Homoeopathic Medical society
of the state of Michigan will hold its
fifty-first annual session here on May
4 and 5. Dean W. B. Hinsdale .is
president of the organization.
The regular meeting will be held at
9:30 o'clock Tuesday morning, May 4,
and at 8 o'clock that evening Ex-
Governor Woodbridge N. Ferris will
deliver an address. Following the
speech a reception and dance will be
given in his honor in Sarah Caswell
Senior Lit Ball Practice Today
Russell Barnes, manager pf the
senior lit baseball tean has issued a
call for players. Candidates for the
team should report at 9:30 o'clock
this morning -at Ferry field.
[EMBER ESTHER WALKER?
Tell, although she hasn't made a Victor record since "Sweet
sses", she's back on the active list this month with a new one,
low Sorry You'll Be." In recording this number she must
ve had in mind the chagrin of the record customer who ar-
es at the dealer's after the supply is sold put.
ITH THE DANCE"
hat will be your thought after having heard the May records
-particularly that one which brings two new sets of jazzers
the Victor ranks. The one, known as the Palace Trio, uses
saxophone, piano, and accordion to introduce "I'll See You
C-U-B-A." The other, going under the name of the Wie-
)eft-Wadsworth Quartet and composed of two saxophones
d two pianos, plays another new fox-trot, "The Crocodile."
here ale also two other dance records: "Karavan" and
When You're Alone" played by Smith's and Biese's Orches-
as; "Left All Alone Again Blues" and "'Whose Baby Are
ou?" played by Smith's.
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is young Roman singer, heralded as the greatest mezzo-so-
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I Seal Records, as follows:
anson de la Touraine...... .............De Gogorza
dIe Song .... ... ........ ..... Elman
Here the Gentle Lark............. ..Galli-Curci
I Me Thine Own ................ . .....Garrison
rise and You ..........................Johnson
id Recollections .........................Kindler
aphony in G Minor (Mozart) ... .Philadelphia Orchestra
na . ... ...................Werrenrath
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addition to Esther Walker's new contribution ("He Went
Like a Lion and Came Out Like a Lamb", by Billy Mur-
r, on the reverse), there are several oher attractive song rec-
md in Hand Again..... . ...... .....Campbell-Burr
I That I Want Is You ......................Hart
ddy, You've Been a Mother to Me..............Burr
sLike the Rose .... 1. . Harrison
awatha's Melody of Love ..............Sterling Trio
1 Always Falling in Love With the Other Fellow's
Girl ..................... ..... ....... Shaw
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