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News From The Other Colleges

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miiiga Dai-ly-
sd that certain Michigan
ye recently printed some
I statements of mine re-
ication. As a graduate
ity of Michigan, I should
low these statements to
contradicted, although I
believe that any friends
be likely to take them
the best of my knowl-
f, I have neither publicly
liscussed this subject for
st, and I cannot imagine
wave been the basis of
gratuitous outburst of

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Students who are to attend the R. 0.
T. C. Coast Artillery camp at Fortress
Monroe, Va., are planning to leave Ann
Arbor in a body on the afternoon of
June 15.
Upon arriving in Toledo they will be
assigned a special Pullman which is to
be coupled to the train conveying most
of the men who are to attend the
camp. The entire party will arrive in
Norfolk, Va., on the morning of June
17 and thence will be conveyed across
Chesapeake Bay by tugs chartered ex-
clusively for the use of the R. 0. T. C.
contingent.
In order to take care of the men who
will be detained on account of exam-
inations special arrangements are
being made and all such men should
see Captain Robert Arthur to arrant"
for their transportation.
Students who are to attend the R.
O. T. C. Signal Corps camp at Camp
Vail, N. J., will not leave until June 22.

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cornell-Both the Harvard and Cor-
nell crews took strenuous workouts
last Thursday and rested Friday in
preparation for their races over the
course on Lake Cayuga. Both the
Crimson crews have studied the water.
and wind conditions on the west side,
*of the lake, where the contest will take
place. Cornell is considered the fa-
vorite, especially in the freshman
event.
Cracow-Cracow university has con-
ferred an honorary degree of medicine
on Herbert Hoover for services ren-
dered in Poland.
Oklahoma-Phi Beta Kappa at the
University of Oklahoma has elected 81
new members from the graduating
class. Phi Beta Kappa was founded at
William and Mary in 1776. The fra-
ternity admitted non-collegians in 1778.
The first chapter was granted in 1819.

Princeton-Prof. L. W. Jones, dean
of the department of Chemistry of the
University of Minnesota, has accepted
the chair of professor of organic chem-
istry at Princeton. He will fill the
chair created by the Baxton Hepburn
Foundation, and will take up his duties
in the autumn.
Iowa State-Students of the Iowa
State College voted decidedly in favor
of a Student Union building as a fitting
memorial for the 103 Ames men who
died in the service. Of the 2,771 actu-
ally counted students enrolled 'in the
various colleges, 2,295 qualified votes
were cast, or a percentage of the en-
tire school of over 82.5 per cent.
The senior class at the Iowa State
College is to effect a new tradition.
Each member of the senior class has
appointed himself a committee to see
that no one follows one. of the new
paths already made on the campus.

Ourator of Miuseum Heads Trip; Pur-
pose to Learn About Country's
Wilds
An expedition under the direction 4f
Prof. A. G. Ruthven, curator of the
museum of zoology and Prof. F. M.
Gaige of the museum, left for Colombia
on May 16.
The purpose of the expedition is to
gather some accurate information con-
cerning the wild life of the hitherto
practically unexplored wilds of Co-
lombia. Skins for mounting will be
secured and an elaborate outfit is being
taken for photographic purposes.
Natives will be obtained and the out-
fit will traverse the Santa Marta moun-
tains of Colombia with a mule train.
The professors do not expect to re-
turn before next August. The work
of this expedition will connect up the
work of former expeditions on either
side of it, one of theim now being car-
ried on in Venezuela.

All work on the new University hos-
pital will cease in a few days if new
material 'does not arrive. Many stu-
dents from the 'university have been
laboring at excavation work on Satur-
days, and during the spring vacation
more than 50 took advantage of this
opportunity to make some extra money.
Asked as to whether the students
measured up well as laborers, Super-
intendent Tessier remarked that they
worked like veterans, notwithstanding
'the sudden change from books to pick
and shovel, and that he would be glad
to give jobs to any who would like to
work on Saturdays or on any other
days that they might desire. This, of
course, is dependent upon the arrival
of new material.
It was also stated that students were
using the two large 200-foot conveying
towers as observation towers and ini-
tiation apparatus. An extra watchman
has been placed on duty with instruc-
tions to fire, if necessary, upon persons
found climbing these towers.

R. ANGELL.

ed Freight Rates
ess men met with
Arbor railroad yes-
th them regarding,
es in freight rates.I

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