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-PROF. SADLER.
INDUSTRY HAS COME

i-s., 13--Madge Kennedy in
tly Confidential," and a
wood drama and a' comedy.
14- Pauline Frederick in
s of Letty," with a North
ldrama and a comedy.
13-Will Rogers in "Water,
- Everywhere," with Larry
n in "Home, Sweet Home."

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TO STAY SAYS UNIVER.
SITY PROFESSOR
"The policy of the United States
will be to have a real merchnt mar-
ine of her own," said Prof. Herbert
C. Sadler head of the department of
marine engineering, in his address
to freshmen engineers yesterday
morning.
"The shipping industry was just in
its infancy before the war. From one,
million tons this country raised to
eight million tons of ships, in practic-
ally a year's time. The industry has'
come to stay."
Naval Tank Helpful
Professor Sadler pointed out that,
in order to study the design of hulls'
and machinery for floating structures,
a seaboard location is unnecessary.
"The University of Michigan naval
tank makes possible the testing of
models, which, is satisfactory, can be
duplicated in practical ships," he
said.
The professor characterized the field
6f marine engineering as' one con-
cerned primarily with the design of
floating structures, which must be
able to carry a cargo, with the neces-
sary machinery for propulasion, in
safety. "This profession includes alp.
most all the other branches of engin-
eering, one might say, and in addi-
tion, the added problem of unusual
stresses and strains, for the medium
of transportation, water, cannot be
reckoned with definitely," he went on.
One More Meeting Only
In conculsion Professor Sadler ad-
vised students to minimize the credit,
ekd which accompanies a course, "Put
to get the meat out of it, and to learn
the principles taught, so they will
stay.,
It was decided at the class meeting
that tickets for the freshman. dance
would be placed on sale at the Union
for all students at 5 o'clock Wednes-
day afternoon.
There will be but one more meeting
of the freshman engineering class this
year, at which time Prof. W. C. Hoad
will announce the results of the fresh-
man tests, conducted last fall. The,
meeting will be held at 11 o'clock next
Wednesday morning in room 348 of
the iEngineering building.

for the Halle concerts in Manchester,
she was persuaded by the famous
THE MAJESTIC ' Wagnerian conductor to sing in the
dare turns - "Ring" cycle at the Royal opera,
the course of the life Covent Garden. Before the end of her
of b~ate Prentice, the heroine of "The first season she was under contract to
Fighting Shepherdess," In which Anita sing at the Metropolitan opera in New
Stewart will star again today at the sing t
Majes.tic, from unpleasant excitement York.\
and hardship to romance.
Having sought refuge from the un- PROF. AND MRS. F. N. SCOTT
welcome attentions of the unprin- WILL SAIL FOR EUROPE IN JUNE
cipled guests of' her mother's tavern,
in the home of an eccentric sheep Prof. Fred N. Scott, of the rhetoric
raiser known as "Mormon" Joe, Kate department, and Mrs. Scott, will sail
becomes an outcast in her commun- for Europe from ,Montreal June 19 on
ity. The jibe is made to a college board the steamship Melita. Pro-
man vsiiaing in the neighborhood that fessor Scott will be 'a delegate of the
he is afraid to take her to a dance in University at the London conference,
a near-by village. He accepts, but and will devote considerable time to
after winning his friendship Kate study. Among the countries to be vis-
finds her life almost as tempestuous ited are Great Britain, France and
as before, because she is accused of Belgium.
"Mormon" Joe's murder.
THE ARCADE
The rival that John Danbury, the
commoner who falls in love with the
daughter of the Duke of Donegal when
she is posing as a nurse, fears most,
in "Nurse Marjorie," the picture which
will feature Mary Miles Minter again
today at the Arcade, is only a product One of your
of his imagination.
Nurse Marjorie's sonly other' patient best'friends is
is a motherless little boy named Dick. your pencil.
Although Danbury does not know his
age he knows that she gives him much
of her time, concludes that he is' a
rival suitor, and -is piqued because
she shows him favoritism. When .Dan-
bury proposes, Marjorie tests his love
in a manner that brings a number of
surprises. 'quickens your
pencil work,
Jiusic Notes makes it easier
and better. It
Soprano roles in Vetdi's "Manzoni" a friend in
Requiem to be presented in the sec-
ond May festival concert, Thursday deed and at
evening, May 20, in Hill aadtiorium need.
will be sung by Miss Leonora Spark-
es, the prima donna soprano of the
Metropolitan opera company.
Miss Sparkes is a native of Bristol,
England, where she began her mus-
ical studies. Later, she won two
scholarships at the Royal College of
Music, London, and afterwards cc _
tinued her work with the eminent Sold by leading
Signor Vanucini in Florence. Upon stationers-at school
her return to England she entered up- and in town.
on a highly successful concert car- t
eer.

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