Arrangements have been made by
Librarian W. W. Bishop to secure an
18th century file of photographic re-
productions of the North Carolina
Gazette from ,Mr. William C. Lane,
librarian of Harvard university. This
will be added to the Clements' col-
lection of 18th century newspapers.
The file, which is one of two In ex-
istence, the other being in the li-
brary of congress at- Washington, is
expected to arrive shortly.
Regent Clements' collection of 18th
century newspapers besides contain-
ing many of the original papers has a
large number of photographic repro-
ductions. Practically all of the news-
papers of which there are fac-similes
are included in the collection.
Some of the files are the Newport
Mercury, the Boston Gazette, .the Bos-
ton News Letter, the New Vprk Gaz-
ette, and the Kentucky Gazette. /
FORESTERS PLAN ANNUAL
TRIP TO FORESTRY FARM
Leaving this afternoon at 1 o'clock
for their annual week end at the for-
estry farm, the foresters with their
pack train will spend Saturday and]
until Sunday morning at the camp in
recreation and work.
Those who are to spend the week
end at the forestry farm are providing
themselves with equipment and provi-
Features on the program will be ball
games, shooting matches, speeches, and
! a barbecue dinner. There also will be
practical work in heliograph signal-
ing, telephone construction, etc.
, Any finishes desired for floor may
The striking resemblance between
Natalie Bourget, who has married the
leader of an Apache band to save her
brother from implication in one of
their robberies, and Helen Armstrong,
the impetuous grand-daughter of a'
wealthy American, gives rise to a
number of gripping situations and un-
usual conlplicaitions in. "I Apache,"
which will be presented today 'and to-
morrow at the Majestic with Dorothy
Dalton in a dual rple.
Meeting in Paris, where Helen
Armstrong was staying during an es-
capadei with a profligate millionaire,
the two are struck with their dimilar
appearance, and when Helen's grand-
father, who is unaware of ier impro-
priety, tells her that he is coming to
visit her in Paris, she persuades Nat-
alie to assume her part. This ex-
change results in unique develop-
Fri., Sat., 7, 8-William F'ar-
num in "The Orphan" with a
,Snub" Pollard comedy and col-
Sun., Mon., Tues., 9,.10, 11 -
Priscilla Deanin "The Virgin of
Stamboul," and Harold Lloyd in
Fri., 7-Tom Moore
and Lady Elgy."
Sat., 8 - Eugene (
"His Wife's Money," w
Semon in "Star Porter
Sun., Mon., 9, 10 -
liams in "The Fortune
with a comedy and For
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"Captain .Swift," a screen aapta-
tion of the play of a generation ago,
will be shown starring Earle Williams
today and tomorrow at the Arcade.
Supporting Williams are Florence Dix-
on, at one time of the Ziegfeld Fol-
lies, Adelaide Prince, now playing the
leading role in "Adam and Eve" atthe
Longacre theater, New York, and oth-
The story is about an Australian
highwayman who, while being hotly
pursued in a desert decides to reform
and to go to England. While hasten-
ing to make his escape he stops to
dag a dying man to a water-hole but
his assistance has come too late.
Changing clothes with the dead man
he goes to England where he discov-
ers his mother but his presence
thre'atens those he loves with dis-
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Fvery opportunity ,is given an engin-
eer throughout his creative college
course to become acquainted with his
fcd:ow student awi the influence that
impels him to vote for an engineer,
if he does vote this way, is the fact
that he knows him much better than
some candidate whom he may never
have seen. Personally, I believe that
the percentage of engineers voting
for an engineer is considerably less
than the perrcentage of laws voting
I wonder if the champions of the
statement that the engineers vote
solidly for their candidates are aware
that out of the 17 presidents, of the
Union, three have been. engineers and
12 have been laws. I wonder if they
know that on a petition recently cir-
culated one of the present law candi-
dates I counted the signatures of a
considerable number of engineering
students who had thereby piedged
their support to him.
I wonder if they know that before
the present Union candidates were
nominated 'there was never a word
said to me by an engineer advocating
the nomination of any man for any
Union office, but I am told that at the
same time, at other places on the
campus the political' pot was boiling
rapidly. This, understand, is no reflec-
tion on any candidate nor his con-
stituents. I make these statements
merely to explain that, to my knowl-
edge, there has been no organized- ef-
fort in the engineering college to
elect any man, engineer or otherwise.
Opposes Political Organization
Where then is the fire that we
should fight with fire? Does any man
favor" an organization on this campus
which asks a man to vote blindly for
a candidate of whom he may never
have heard? Without doubt the liter-
ary college is handicapped by not hav-
ing the oneness of interest and the
spirit of unity that is naturally pres-
ent in the professional schools and
colleges, and every one would wel-
come some action which would get
the literary students acquainted and
united for some decent purpose. But
the idea of 'organizing the classes of
any school, presumably for the sole
purpose of voting solidly at the cam-
pus election seems to me to be noth-
ing but an excellent method of de-
veloping some very proficient ward
bosses and corner saloon keepers.
CARL T, HOGAN, '20E.
Tickets for Craftsmen Dance to be
held in Ypsilanti Masonic Temple,
Sat., May 8th, are on sale at Graham's
Bookstores. All Master Masons are
invited. Purchase yourtickets now.
Number is limited.' Special car leaves
D. U. R. waiting room at 8: 10, P. M.-I
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