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One of the specimens- from the col- Detroit, Mich., Jan. 21.-The propos-
lection obtained by the University ex- al to span the Detroit river between
pedition of 1917 is the skeleton of the ,Wiidsor and Detroit with a suspension
extinct cat Dinictis, which has just bridge to cost $28,000,000 is again be-
been placed in the University geolog- ing revived. Charles E. Fowler, of
ical museum.# New York, a civil engineer, has been
Regarding the specimen Prof. E. C. engaged by Detroit and Canadian cap-
Case said: "The extinct cat _ Dinictis ital to make a preliminary survey.
roamed-the Big Bad lands of what is Building of the bridge, Mr. Fowler de-
now South Dakota some million and Glares, would take four years.
a half years ago. The mount which! As proposed the bridge would have
we have placed in the museum is one two railroad tracks, two tram tracks,
of the few practically perfect skele- two roadways ad two sidewalks.

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tons that have come from this region,
and the department feels that it has
one of the most perfect mounts in
the world. The perfection of the
mount is due to the skill and patience
of Mr. W. E. Buettner." At present
work is progressing on the restora-
tion of the skeleton of a 17-foot sea
serpent which is to 'be placed in the
museum.
Fall to Find Paying Oil in Papua
Melbourne, Jan. 21.-The Australian
government has been trying since
1915 to find oil in paying quantities in
Papua (British New Guinea) but thus
far the English expert in charge of
the work has obtained only about 3,000
gallops.

Idle Sleepers to House Tourists
Berlin, Jan. 21.-The central tour-
ists bureau of Berlin suggests the use
,of idle sleeping cars which are in the
freight yards of Berlin for tourists
quarters, in view of the very congest-
ed condition of the hotels.
t'uadilan Busincss Fluctuates Little
Ottawa, Ont., Jan. 21.-Practically
no difference has been officially noted
between Canadian business for 1919
and 1918.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all.
the latest Campus, City and World
News.--Aay.1

Additional Operators .Next Semester
Will Help Conditions
According to Drs. Hall and Richert
the dental clinic has had more patients
this semester than for a long time
,previously, but due to the small sen-
ior class all who have come could not
be accommodated. The clinic has been
taking care of about 50 cases a day,
with a possibility of taking care of
more than 100 a day if there were
more operators.
More Operators Soon
The doctors say, that next.semester
in addition to the 40 senior operators
they expect to have 85 juniors come
into- the clinic as operators and they
,will be able to then take care of ap-
,proximately 125 ases daily. If any-
one is planning to have work done,
they are advised to make arrange-,
ments during the first two months of
next semester. After that the oper-
ators will be busy finishing up the
work of the patients and cannot give
such good service to new ones.
Many Students Treated
The reason given for the great in-
crease of patients attending the clinic
is that people are beginning to real-.
.ize the value of prevention of tooth,
diseases and so do not wait until their
teeth pain them..
About one-half the cases treated in
the clinic are cases of University stu-
,dents. The o her half of the patients
come from th Ypsilanti Normal, De-
troit, Jackson, Lansing and the small
towns surrounding Ann Arbor. These
patients are sent to the clinic not only
by dentists in their towns but by doc-
tors, who are beginning to realize the
value of good teeth to general health,
it is stated.

Did you know 'that "Wild life
offered as a regular course at
igah?
Many students have worked
mode of existence in with their
lar studies for several years.
have done it conscientiously an(
no thought of credit. In fact
have frequently sacrificed school
it in their pursuit of it.
But the course is included i
year's curriculun and is ope
those who desire to follow it.
work, however, does not affo
some might suppose, art in
study of historic spots of local
est-the famous room of former
adjoining the Catalpa hotel or ti
innocent Main street pool roor
once rang with, the clinking of
glasses, it is not a course in
lating hieroglyphics emblazon(
table tops suspended about the
of these historic places.
No, it is neither of these, nor
dissertation upon the art of ad
kick to a tap room ginger ale -
,detection, a lecture on the finer
of the grand old game of stud
or an elucidation upon effective
pds of "picking them" at the 'I
Alas, the University offers no
ance to the student struggling
in these interesting subjects.
life," to quote the, catalog, deal
"the importance of conservat
animals and factors and metho
ployed," and, still quoting the c
"should appeal particularly tc
pective teachers of zoology."
The Michigan Dally, the oaly
ing paper in Ann Arbor, costa
the latest campus, otty, and
news.-Ad'v.

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