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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IUAHY IEUHNI
OUT YESTERDAY

cles of Varied Interest
Prominent Men
Featured

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L5EAD ARTICLE BY FORMER
PRESIDENT OF NORTHWESTERN
Variety andgeneral interest is the
keynote of the January issue of the
rechnic, the quarterly organ of the
Engineering college, which came out
resterday. Prominent men are the
authors of interesting expositions on
liversified subjects..
The lead article is by Lynn Harold
Hough, formerly president of North-
western university, and treats our
highly complicated social system and
he development of industry in "The
Age of Machinery." Cassius M. Davis
08E, now with the General Electric
:ompany, writes on "Automatic Rail-
way Sub-stations."
"Success" Cooley's Article
"The Advertising Engineer," by
Charles S. Kinnison, advertising man-
ger of the Hoskins Manufacturinj
ompany, discusses the opportunities
or technically trained men in the field
f advertising.
Dean M. E. Cooley stresses the
bility to get work done against the
.bility to know how work should be
lone in an aticle called "Success."
?rof. H. Brodie's account of "Recon-
aissance Trips Through Yonan and
hantung Provinces, China," tells of
he surveying of the Grand Canal in
he Yu Shan district.
Faculty Represented
"The Science of Engineering-Some
Von-Technical Points," by H. T. M.
,rylls, of Smith, Hinchman & Grylls,
s the story of an engineer who lacked
he vital something to achieve success,
nd how he found out what was wrong.

The faculty is represented by Prof.
H. N. Menefee, of the mechanical engi-
neering department, who writes on
"The Future Engineer." A paper deal-
ing with the necessity of increasing
the mileage of paved highways is Prof.
A. H. Blanchard's "Paved Highways
for Present Day Traffic."
"Capital-What and Why," and "The
Permanent Home of Camp Davis," by
W. B. Campbell-and Prof. C. T. John-
son, discuss the present system and
the history and work of Camp Davis,
respectively.
A poem by Hardy Hoover, '23, en-
titled, "The Engineer," and several
mood editorials, with the usual depart-
ments, complete the number.
TA SOCIEDAD HISPANICA TO
GIVE PLAY IN SPANISH
"Zaragueta," a modern comedy, in
two acts, by Vital-Aza, has been se-
lected by La Sociedad Hispanica for.
presentation some time during the
second semester. The play will be
given entirely in Spanish, being the
first time that such a performance has
been produced on the campus.
Copies of "Zaragueta" are on refer-
ence in the upper and lower study
halls of the library for those who de-
sire to compete for parts. Tryouts will
be held at 4:15 o'clock, Jan. 24 and
25, in room 401 South Wing.
CHARLES L. POOR TO ADDRESS
MEN'S EDUCATIONAL CLUB
A special meeting of the Men's Edu-
cational club will be held at 7 o'clock
this evening in the Michigan Union
reading rooom. The 1921 educational
program for Michigan will be ex-
plained by Mr. Charles L. Poor, prin-
cipal of the Michigan State Teachers'
association. The meeting is open to
all men in the University who are in-
terested in educational movements.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
knn Arbor's buvers.-Adv.

Thirty Years Agog
The program of the Unity club Mon-
day evening, was opened with a lec-
ture by Prof. Peckham, on "The
Origin and History of Petroleum."
The"lecture was followed by a ren-
dition of the operetta, "Il Jacobi." In
this the audience manifested an appre-
ciative interest. Mr. Weller performed
his part particularly well. The fol-
lowing is the dramatis personae:
Il Jacobi, Senor Tincano ToMato
Wellera; Lucy Ann, Senorita Krozbi
de la Collegio;' Sophronia, Senorita
Carlotta Crescenda Bullo; Lucy Ann's
Ma, Senorita Nihilo; policemen, sol-

diers, etc., supes; full orchestra, Miss
Jennie Eddie; manager, Miss Hattie
Eddy; stage manager, Mr. Arthur J.
Kendall; scene shifter, Mr. Herbert
Edward Pecham; advance agent, Mr.
Herman Sharpless.
PRESENT COURSES IN
SOCIOLOGY INADEQUATE
In speaking of enlarging the present
course in sociology in the University,
Prof. A. E. Wood, of the sociology de-
partment, said: "Our present course
must be supplemented with practical
field work under the supervision of
Detroit agencies." This would give
those students who are preparing for
social service work a chance for prac-
tical experience.

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IT IS TRUE TRAT WE HAVE HAD SOME SALES IN THE
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Mrs. Fox was bragging one day about the large
number of her cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring into the world at
one time?" she asked the LIONESS.
"Only ONE," replied the Lioness-"but it's a
LION."
MURADS COST 20 CENTS for a BOX
of 10-BUT THEY'RE MURADS!
MURADS would be lower priced if we left out
all or part of the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the purest
and best varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior
grades of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't beMURADS-they'd only be
F"xes!
"Ju&g for yourself-!"

ALL ADLER - ROCHESTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS ARE GOING FOR JUST ONE - HALF PRICE

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