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SHERE SUNDAY

18,

Number 12

mate Council will be held at 4:15 p. m.
is omced.
R. W. BUNTING, Secretary.
ty Senate will be on Monday, March
.ng.
the Directors of the Michigan Union;
~s.
on University Extension Lectures.
s Beman, Bogle, 4nd- Van Zwaluwen-
J. L. MARKLEY, Secretary.

course at the end of the first
r's office Saturday, March 18,
A. FRANKLIN SHULL.

hin, Professor of Pathology, is, to deliver a lec-
ation of Disease in Art" at the Natural Science
b. 20, at 3 p. m. This is one of a series of pop-
he auspices of Alpha Omega Alpha, and the gen-
end.
J. H. TAYLOR, Secretary.

NG ON
al at Masonic
nsant at Mar-
e class meets
at Masonic

Know Your Alumni
(By Courtesy of Chimes)
Do You Know
That Mrs. Woodallen Chapman is the
national' superintendent of the purity
department of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union, that she was the
field secretary of the Social Hygiene
society from 1915-1918, that she is the
chairman of the social hygiene com-
mittee, public health department, of
the General Federation of Women's
Clubs, that she is the author of "The
Moral Problem of the Children" 1969,
and finally and most important, that
she was a student at Michigan during
the years 1895-98?
IWRITER SCORES f"PETTING"i
DECLARES MODERN MORALS TO
BE FLAGRANTLY INDECENT AND
MARK OF DECADENCE .t

theater.

et waffle
he church.
ible class
Lane hall
ets, Lane

niples will be dis-
dent's class, Church
,ersity avenue.
Hendersog speaks
ass at the Presby-
ui "The Greatest

Thomas Mott Osborne, penologist of
national repute, will lecture, at 10:40
o'clock tomorrow morning in the Un-
itarian church on the subject "Church-
es and Prisons" and again Monday in
the Natural Science auditorium under
the aupides of the sociology depart-
ment.
Mr. Osborne has attracted wide at-
tention throughout the civilized world
because of his contention that prisons
should correct faults in the people
confined to them rather than try to
punish them. As warden of Sing Sing
prison he was impeached and tried
for dlleged "mismanagement" but the
case was dismissed without hearing
the defendant's testimony and Mr. Os-
borne was allowed to resume his
duties. as warden.
In addition to being wardeu of Sing
Sing 'prison Mr. Osborne was a candi-
rate. for lieutenant-governor of New
York, was chairman of the New York
state commission on prison reforms,
was appointed head of the United
States'naval penitentary by Secretary
of Navy 'Daniels, and has held a num-
her of similar positions. , ,
Mr. Osborne is the author of sev-
eral books and articles and 'is now
president of the Auburn Publishing
company.
PLANS COIPr-ETED,
FOR COSMOPOLITAN
CLUB SPRING TRIP
Final arrangements have been made
for the annual' spring trip, taken by
the Cosmopolitan - club. The. trip
which starts Monday, April 10, will
be the first one taken since 191,
which previous to that vear had been
a part of the club's yearly program.
The tentative itinerary of this year's
trip includes the following cities: Bat-
tle Creek, Kalamazoo, Grand $apids,
Lansing, and Flint. Frank Shimoda,
'22, has arranged with the various
Boards of Commerce in the different
cities regarding entertainment during
the party's stay. At the present time
wordshas been received from Grand
Rapids to the effect that the club
will be entertained at the city's ex-
pense.
It is believed that the other ciis
will follow the exampleof the fhorm
city.. To offset any such. exenses,
however, the best acts selected from
the All Nations' vaudeville will e of-
fered, to provide entertainment.
The purpose of the trip Is td give
the foreign students in the University
an insight into the industries of low-
er Michigan. The maximum cost of
the- trip, as estimated by Prof. J. A.
C. ,Hildner, faculty advisor to for.
eign students, will be approximately
$15.
Work Besumed on Battleship
Washington, March 17.-Secretary
Denby today ordered work on the bat-
tleship West Virginia, in the yards of
the Newport News shipbuilding and
dry dock company, resumed, that ves-
sel having been selected for comple-
tion instead of the battleship Wash-
ington 'under the terms 'of the naval
limitations treaty.
Men OrganIzed to Avert Strike
New York, March 17.-The anthra-
cite coal owners' and workers' com-
mittee of eight tonight began to or-
ganize for a long survey of delibera-
tion in an effort to avert a general
strike by amicable settlement of their
wage disagreements.
For Your Next Dance
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(Continued from Page One)
Cornelius Donovan received the
honorary degree of doctor of engineer-
ing from the University in 1912. He
was a member of Tau Beta Pi, and of
the American Society of Ciil Engi-
neers.
From the ime of his graduation un-
til 1874, he as engineer for a Michi-
gan railroad company. For two years
after this time he was assistant en-
gineer of the lake survey of the
northern and northwestern lakes.
Was U. S. Eigineer
He was United States assistant en-
gineer in charge of the jetties in t'he'
Mississippi river from 1876 until his
recent retirement. The improvement
of these passes was one of the most
extensive harbor improvements- ever
undertaken,in the United States.
Dr. ,Donovan's class oftengineers is
remarkable in Ihat almost all of its
members became. eminent engineers.
Among the other graduates of the
class of 1872 are , Robert Simpson
Woodward, president of Carnegie in-
stitute of Washington; Horace Greeley
Burt, president of the Union Pacific
railroad;. John Henry Flagg, prom-
inent Chicago engineer; and Otto J.
Klotz, astronomer for the, Dominion
of Canada.:
Student Dictories Procurable
A few student directories, bound but
without cardboard- covers, are now
procurable at the office of the Board
in 'Control of Student Publications and
may be purchased by calling at the
Press building,, Maynard street.
CORRECTION
Correction is made on the name of
Robert M. 'Carson, '17, which should
be Ralph M. Carson,:'17. The -incor-
rect name was printed in Thursday's
Daily in, connection with the high'
honor awarded him at Oxford univer-
sity in receiving the presidency of the
Oxford union.

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service of the Editor, The Michigan Daily:
at the First The editorial in your issue of March
b17,under the head, "One Too Many,"
ty concert at cannot fail to arouse the righteous
indignation of any young person who
in room 804 of has jiad instilled in him the proper
moral principles. Instead of striking
r at Presbyte- a well needed blow at an . immoral
practice that is ,not -only rampant in
Williams, '2831, the larger cities but disgustingly and
an Young Peo- shamelessly evident on our own cam-
Ject, "Is the pus, the editorial 'column, if I inter-
,1 to Religion?" pret it rightly, condones the so-called
"snuggle-pupping."
Almost every place where co-eds are
DDUS housed on the campus has become an
)MEOP established retreat for "petting."
Promiscuous "loving" is common. Co-
.4TS SEEN eds are shameless about it. It has
become a legalized pastime. The "best
general exodus people" do it. It goes hand in hand
nts away from with the immoral dancing we now see
esent semester so flagrantly displayed on our dance
in the opinion floors. The only difference is that a
resident of the chaperone is present at 'our ' dances
Homoeopathic to putrh 'stamp of authority on that
little incentive Morals Lax Everywhere
en assured but "Petting" is only the outgrowth and
opathy, namely, co-partner of the laxity of morals
ria medica. The that has flung its dastardly hand over
studied in the our younger generation and cheated
not know who us our of our natural birth right of
se courses, and high standards of life. But in this
s to when the case, strange to say, Esau goes quite
s," said Meads. uncensured. Our morals, our ethical
e meeting of codes, are completely shattered.
irton and Dean One looks in vain for a really nice
Homoeopathic girl - one who will not dance cheek
held Feb. 16 to cheek, clinging sensuously to her
lea that Presi- partner in a close embrace, under
ured the Hom- the very eyes -of the chaperone. Cou-
at that meeting ples laugh, unembarrassed, when dis-
inion. "I have covered in what was formerly, in the
udent to admit good old days, a compromising sit-
e meeting with uation; no blame attaches itself to
,lared3. them.
ained as to the One formerly supposed that a cou,
>e obtained fol- ple found in a fond embrace was en-
f the. schools. gaged. Such a thing has become so
ity of the men common today that one no longer even
chers could be wonders. No questions are asked. It
ng further that is beginning to gain the mark of ap-
e meeting was proval of an all-too complacent so-
)r enthusiasm ciety, and is *ne of the many salient
)neby sais-landmarks of the fall of a civiliza-
1ntudents"tis- tion - a civilization which is slipping
surely, and'not very slowly, to ruin.
Time for Strictness
TION fWe compliment ourselves on our
SCHOOL broad mindedness and liberality, but
there' comes a time when this is
false - a time when there should
resenting the be strictness. When girls no longer
r the Advance- honor their todies, it is time to draw
he Dental Ed- the line. Let us hie ourselves back
nerica arrived to the old days when the square
and spent the dance was in vogue, and rightly so;'
nt and meth- when partners danced a safe four or
ollege of Dent- five inches apart, when girls were
never kissed until they were engaged.
nposed of the "A MAN, WHO HAS NEVER BEEN
n J. Gies, of KISSED."
iting the Car-
Advancement To Entertain at Tap Room Tonight
riesel, dean of Entertainment at the tap room of
urgery at the the Union tonight will,be featured by
Dr. Charles R. the Midnight Sons' quartette of the
lege of dental Glee club and an orchestra. The per-'
y of Pennsyl- formance will begin "at 10 o'clock.
J. Barrett, of
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