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Of Sentiment And Statistics~ BENCH OPPOSE PiDeltaEpsilQn RESIDENTS OlIOTO ii aim roini
flomoeopathy Debate Mixture Accepts Fifteen P VUIIIUII till Ii 17111U1
I nanmia nrnuaai
Honiocc~paUiy wa~ fed in ever in- aiortg t~t hue is well known. Both flRU~bRL bUIIVIRO ~ ADDRESS SCDOO~MASIEGS' ci
flu creasing do'~ca for two and one-half physicIans based thcir arguments *01 at r a n an a Ifl~ft j Secrets to 15 at its annual spring mit-
iatxon held yest~rday at the Union.
U II ~gi- l~tors and citi2ens ~ ~'~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Senator Copeland A ~ ~ U II I student publications and
ours Wedne~'d~y night to a crowd of a large ~legrce on sentiment. "Give U3 N I I II N I I chosen for the honor, are I N FIR S TDAY OF CON YE
I senate e.hamber at the state capitol. "that is all we ask. Just our little A b e~ e ta~en into ti~e organlzatioa in _____________
subject of the dc-I place in the sun." The New York AThIIY OF O~C(IATION, ~ recognition of services. Un- FORMER A)NOMICS PROL'ESSOR LtVEII~SItY HEAl)
~ The'hearin~g was distin~tl~ a homoeop-
~tb1~ affar. The man said that the University's course CAMPAIGN ~ 'TROt. ?o11o~ing~ the' Initiation at the
bete was, homocopathy, the homocep- in creative listening should be taught1 BL~SO~JE LEAJ~ERS Ion ~the ~ne~ men were given a ban- SPEAE'~ P~ PLACI. OF ((Dl- £DU(A1iONAI~ STA
aths of the state were there, bout ~0 ito his colleagues In congress, and 111(3 ~ktiet 4tWille~Vs cafe at which time the j ~IISSIO~ER TIGEUT AT OPEN1N~K ~
~ strong, and every phase of the sub- money sp3nt in its maintenence given and alms of the
Ject was aired to an atten~ve legis- to Hornocopathy. This and ether ideal~ I SAYS U4 S. EXPERIENCES A S K S SOGIAL ST
ING RUSSIANS ENkAG~D ~e e~nlained.
lat~ve committee, a bored group of m~e- humorous sallies by the Senator were AT V1N~YARO $EJZURE The ~men' who were tak~en ifl were:
porters and the balcony full of curi- recezved with "enthusiastic applauae Joki A, I3acon~ '24k Jobn A. l3llhings, GREATEST PROSPERITY FOR COLLEGE HJ(
TJRI$ ous eitlzen~y. by the bonioeopathic physic~ians P2'~9- Final C~icatlou ~ 'i~4~ howard A.. Donabtle '24, T. llal-
- ~ey .Davidson, '24, litVgli D~xffidd, '24, 1 High School CI'orus ~Ijmg~ "Mcvila~" WisconsIn, Chicago,' and. I~
- Regent Victor M,. Gore, a layman, ent. The aPplause, in fact, was one of PropertIes Ex~eeted In f Lawr~ce ~l. F'uvrot, "24,' Donald Fred- In Hill Auditorium at Close Uc~~tQrs Talk (2onvernbi
11 be en~ in the field of melicine and, more~ quent intervals the Senator was In-~ , , Kerr, ~> Fred Gliner, '~4, Lowell of ~)ay's Program lug Load"
was pitted against two men pronmin- the ff'atflre3 of the evening. At fre- Near Thifore ~.4,'
Itow over, two cap~able speake~. Dr. Yeo- I terrupted by the claaniorus band- ___ ~ A.P.)-A vig- Fl. M~ck~ '~4, Joi~n A. Sabo, '2~, Walt~r I "America's scale of yalu
~ mans is a smooth and olithecl speak- clapping and oral exhortations of his rch ?~--
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orous;capalgn to rid 3cher~, '2k Don~ld Stekete, '2.4 ~ David Friday, president of Michigan
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~udi- er, and Sep~ator' Copelands ability own faction. It was ,a lugubrious t1~ ~uhi~' ot~Ger- '~~n $t~pberms, '2*. -' gricultural college, and formerly of terfllifling factor in the
[mnur scene, with the east half of the sen- man ~ beC~ 9P _________ e ecomzornic~ ~1epartrnent of the Uni- standards of our country
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will ate chamber a.pplaudimg lustily, ~nd posing the FreDch and flelgiai~s iimnce tsity, spoke before a large audience President Marion L. Burt4
yard U roil u IDflT IftIfl west half sitting with their hands j they marched Into fh~ 'v'e~' ~~n~Cf'fl g T TO 1011 u [~ of delegates to th~ fifty-eighth an- dress before the opeuin.~
0 EIiIID IIDVI L~IU 1re9t1~g idly in their laps. it, has been started by d~ armies ors~jUU 5 1 IU I'IVV Ii LUJ al meeting of the Michigan School- ti~ Michigan Schoolmaste
Irips n~eked masters' club, yesterday afternoon In I terday morning in Hill ai
fle~ent Gore presented facts and occupation. mA nati allats ~re ~hdd anmnraitt 1lii~ auditorium.
Nor-J ~INftI ~ for nothing more than the con- fol' the onn~ of '~rio ILMIL ~ue to a mistake in the date of the "The ~ducational Stand~
~r of I ~ delivery was forceful and convincing. lence which .m~e t~n ~dao~ t4(4y ILIWUL day on which he was to speak, the Tax-Supported Universiti(
sideration of figures submitted. i-Us respomislbi~ tb~ta AbRIltIYIT
orth - lie was scrupulous in speaking of the and soldiers. , , I l4on. J. J. Tigert, United States com- thor stated that, accordin
Piiz*cdon missioner of education, wasunable to sent scale, things of the
of Famous tress Pl~iced j~ isstie at stake, and his technical ref l~iers and ~en~bets of th~ t~dy~,,it~ rr~s~ ~
Cemetery of rere ~LaehaIse, i erences to the subject of medicine rty have been ~rre e4 in Ea~en~ dupJ $~p'eak ~t ?Ro~*n~ Se~s~ou-~n~ '~J~rl. 1' be present. At the eleventh hour get a sq~.uare deaL"
~ ~'B~dy ~F showed found in profession pa
gan- paris I a l~nowledge of the ing the 1last K~W d~ya. The Fren~b po~ deu~ of Erohuutton~' j President Friday agreed to make the Individual Ab lily ~]
liCe have be~~ystem~ti~lly' ~ -. i address. Emphasizing 'cooperatio
FLOVItHS Ct~VEW4 I once were either of his opponents lug the Jidmes of nat1~n~liats in ~ .i'L~,q ~i~o~i P~ lnIAx~ ~. FInane~al Resources Not Strained
~lud- GRA~VE 4W "mYINE SARAH" ablo to contradict him on a technical sen, O~che~, Rec~lingb~tIsen, ~ .AiIYI~rlx~RuM oi'~ ~ro - Taking as his subject "A Nationa~l ucational institutions ol
fl~ no quarter to I ~fi ~ ~ -..-.~ I Flc~non~ic Survey" President Frida-u President Burton declar
g of Paris, March 29-(By A.P.)-Tbe cli- ocopat'iy as a separate institution ,and found VaSt ~mount~ o~' propoganda. 9l~ai~g the t~iree day session, of tile spoke for a half hour on the eco- real problem facing' lhe c
~OO vine Sarah lies quiet and alone to- 'met the que~4tion$ shot at him with tracts, and arms ~U &th'er iiiateriiil '?~4iehigAmi 'Xea.demy 6C~ Sciences, Arts, nomic aspects of our age, pointing out day is to obtain some soc
- preclsi~n. His argument was hard I conaected Wtth the opeafiQus of 'th~an~ ~tters, Prof. Williani ~ Scott, by specific illustrations, that our ~ for the person who -gain
~ I night iWder her mountain of flowers a1~d practical while those of the two nationalists and their allied ~e~r~t SO- O~ Pri e~t6u unlver~ity WiU s~eait on naci.a-l and industrial condition is con- distinction. Applying the
Lflk~ A~ the 'Sun went~ down last farewell~ physi~ians ultim4ely contained a ~ cietie~.- , , I i'~e4,ee& @ F~vqluti9n~" 4 4: 1~ ~id~rably better now than it ever has ~ University of Michig~
t'~o -Were taken of~ her ~Y That Paris and I timental plea. - I As- fast as'~ t~he~ leader~ of t~e. u~i- ~ 'thl~ afternoon 1i~ Utlf a4~4~itor- been. - - - - "A highbrow is in bad fo
tz~e world through which sJi~ had- m~v- I tionalist~ o~' - xnember~~o~ tl~ pa4y e Iin±~.: Pi~ea~or Scott is t1~ie ~Mtl~Qr 4 "The Unite4 States has, during the highbrow is anyone
I l~$ng slightest in
Land so long under a all her own l.a ITT~IIfl resmeo tMy ar-e cipcll~ed 'in~to I "T~m4-~ ~h~e~ry <of 't~v~uUon,' ~an4 'i~ W~11 I past quarter - of a century, passea tual."
~ ed ~flTARIF~ unoccupied Ge?~'niai~. , Jkno yn ~ a~m a tf~im9rity' on ~Q~it9l~ ti~ough a positive fimiancial and in state sa
Bernhardt was ~laid to rest' in the ~ I' RIILIIU - ' Rh m~Ieetini~, will t, dustrial rOyohith)Ii," he - said. '"In ~iie university,
han e~al service ,being conducted in the -Ma~s4i, ~-.--(I~Y4 A.,P.) - L1"LVII'
I IIATIIIN BA N U U [I m~f~e,~y the Th~encli~ 9f' - the j ~ &Ctlie variO~,s ~ iO~ 20 ~ there has bee'n a 40 per every stratum of the soc
~ ch~.mrch of St: Fr~.hcis de' $aies.
~rlt- 'The - ceremonies lasted ~t1mr6ughout - ussia st~t~owned ~it~e~rds albng tz :~a~e~ r~. h~ld ~-~yesterday ~ cent increase in -tlie -food supply and a challenging experimen
the 1~QseUe~ creat~4 ~mox~ sti4 '~ wbdcfr ~ ~ ~ in all agricultural p~roductiy4ity. And racy. One of its gra~tc~
an". the dali, begiimning e~ly'in the morn~ DELTA KAPPA TO UAVE the oq i~derrlt~r monk ~ m~t~r~a-l ot al~iQ8t a~l. pf the~c papers even yet,"'he ~ontinu~d, "Our econom- time failure to provide or
I IJURTON AiWON~ - - ~- 1-itami p6pul'atiozt tha'n the ~piia ~ O~ ~. ~echni~al na~mre. ic ~nd Iinaii~i4 r~sources hayc not ual abUity of the 4udents,
jug With the' transfer of the body to the GUESTS - tion of th~ ooal n~i~e~ an~ co~ ~ The' pro~ali1&for to4a~ has be~n ar~] h~eui stra4med in ~he least. [is comn~on to all universi
nol- church. When the~ church cere~Ony I ~ the I4i~hr, it wa~ ~ ~at~~d mt~ follows: ~9 ~ sectIon 'P-eo~le ~ont!nually claim that the I state or privately endow4
th~ wa~ ov~r a v~ster ox~e b~un. It was Phi Delta 1~PDa national honorary ~ ~ e~1ift, 1~terature meets rn I lJnited States i~ at~ ~the present in - Pro(essor DIvisbe~ th~ -pr~ce~Ion to the c~n~etery. - N0 educational fraternity, Will ha-v'e more' final s~eizazr~ of'the ~-ow~d ~ j ~ 'haIl; 10 lock, st~on f w~r~ finacial and economic condi- Stressing as the most
qne ldng ever re~eived a greater t~bute than 80 members present at its initi- yards can t~ ex~pect - 4 t'h~ot~oiy m~eets in ~Qom' E' 1~4 ~on than ever befOre -in its history. i thing Lor a university stu~
t~r~ tr~nm t~ie pet~P'le. ation to be hld tonight - in' - ~e4 ~ ~4y date; I ~4uiM ~ieni~ '~a~tipn ~f C~uitrary'-tp this, people are<~ receiving 1 th~ fact that each subje
I ~Ieaped high 1Ipo~ the grave ~e ~ Um~~n dining room. This will I '~4~- ~ ~n ro~ ~ ~2fl7~ Ndt~yni hl~her work -less -
- t~fe v~t- niaa~es ~f flowers. All bapquet, t~rrn - wages, - - hours and different way of looking
7flflh11rt~T ~ hui1din~; sectuqn. thtpg,' h~ pointed -
~C- hardt's friends. knoWmi a~d unknown - ~o~4tihtte the largest and most mm uitu ill tu~p~4n room have niore-- - actiRal ~hdney to - spend most students to see this
pdrtant meeting of the fratermilty this I - '-Q~Q ~QIuQnuC~ VhSii at I take ~ourses and think th~
'&re - l~owl~' th~.t -she loved l$li~ selected ' LWI~LUQJJI im~; ;~l~&k, 1irnc~iebn ~@ ~ tion's a,.mmy other period in our na-
~ifl~ lUtes as 'thapria~ipa1 ftower of their year at- ~ny one lnstituti6n. ~ ~ ~ urn# ~ in' ~'i J~ 10'0,~'Na'fural - d~y~lopnment."
Le~- offeFin~. Those b~n~ble. thousands The p~'~~clpaI speaker ~ ~ ED Lthutlflt~ P~J')~ b"n~ild~4; '1:30 'o~ci~oe~,'' $pieimc~e 11.lustrat~d Lecture Giveii world is departmentaliz-~(
List- I who had no invitation tp the chuich ing wiji be Dean W. S. Gray, of the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ g the same hour as President Fri- the university, never tyi~
- a few hahd- Univer~ity of Chicago, national presi building; "~' o~loek, ~ene~al m'~P day's speech in 11111 auditorium, Prot. the subjects they have sf1
rest 1 brought to the cezetery ~ng Preceding Prealdent B
Iaat 1 f~mls until the air waa filled with the aant of the fraternity. A nunmimer of~ "trENWI?~(S AMI -P ~LO?~ENT" : o~'~tI~' ac~denmy; ~And at 4: I~5 o'vio~k, David M. Robinson, of Johns Hopkins time general session coni
aroma of their the men who are in Ann Arbor for' SI1~JE('T 4W FW~~ TN $ERJES p-~hlie ie~ture by Professor Sgott. in I ~iniversity, gave an illustrated lecture held in Newberry hall, '~
off erin~. the meetings of the Michigan School-' - OF ~MR~E , 1111! ~u~iitoriunm in N~e'~yberry hail. ' pal William Prakken of HI
E{lll n~astets' club and the Michigan Acad- -' ' ' ____________________ - "Dice were first devised in the High school as chair~ax~.,
~PTIflU ~Y~T~U emy o~ Sciences, Arts, and Letters Dr. Thonm~ -HuAt Morgan, ~Of~S. Lydian kingdom of Sardis," said Pro- were given on the topic c
of the sor of'experimetitai 2OolO~y ~t Colurn-
~ii~ * IJ, II. LLLUIIUI IJILJILIEI fraternity at the banqueL~Aimm'on~ l~ia university and reputed to -'be the rII~K tI~ Gil UN ~A1~ - fe~s~r- Robinson, in his talk. Gold I ing, "The Teaching Load.
ftfl r'rn nu p a fl-j SIrT ~tbese ~re Dr 'Vilhjalnmur Stofannson tt lii g~ne~icist, 11 dli c9l1~age and dice1 are the outstanding an introduction of the
1 explorer; Prof. W. B. I a popular lecture on sub ject '"Gen-
rer~- I~tt~I~ b Lu ~T IJ R " ~ NtI the Ar~tlc ,.greaes vng Wi ever ft nnurnv "'"~ n iii, contributions of the Lydians to civ- - made by Prof. C. 0. 12
are ~ 1 Scott, of Princeton university; Pz~of. etics and Dev~lopment" ~ ~ ~ ~ fljfl ~jQ~~jJJ ~4U~ rtj-TJill~ation. baodicea, l'lierapolis, Sar- School of Education. "Th
:ers I PltE~IDENT AND S~LCR~TARY O~ sity; Pppf. David M. Robinson, of auditorium. He has be~ secured ~ I ' ' -- - sites which lie treated~. I Principal W. C. Reavis
a-nd OFFIC~S R. 13. Merrinman, of Harvard univer- Monday ev6ning iii the Natur'al Science 9 and Pergamumn were the principal of mall Class" wem~e ne
ELECTED i Oonme
BV Johns Hopkins university; and J J 'speak at the University through the~ dy CIU,'b will open its box Offico "There are no new lands to be dis- iversity of Chicago High
CAMPPUS Tigert, 'United States educational cQnm: effort.s of the' zoology departmnen't.' ~ for "Mr. Pim Passes By" ito We civ- covered except under the old," he sl~-e of the elass and the P
rer- - missioner, President Marion Fl. Bur- - During- -his visit lie give two I April 4 at The Whitney theater, ftt ~ ~gan. "Asia -Minor offers a particu- should be variable," lie sa
~ of Removal of the nominating power ton. will also be present. - other t~1M -to apecial students and' 0Ol9V~ tomorrow mc~rx4ng ~1n 11111 ~ larly fruitful field for exploration. Ex- advocated a variance betw
I for positions in the Student Cinistiami TIme toastmaster of the affair will I members of the faculties 'The ~st' ~ I ditoritlm.' Tickets for the perform- cavations there, more than- anywhere of the class and the ab
aii~ce. will be 'sold there from 9 to else, group.
be association from the student body an~ be Gail Densnmore of' time public speak ~ w~ ,~e on ~J~(3 ~ ~~ome o~'c$ock ~in 'ti~,e morning and from 1 to s-re shedding new light on Greek
I Following this Principa
0 placing it in the bands of the studen4 in~ departnment. Responses will be cent WO* on l~4vtanta in Drospoplmlia"
cabinet of that orgamPzation wa-s mad~ made by Paul Rehmus, '2~, Prof. C and will be given at 4:15 o'clock ~ 5 o'clock in 'the, afternoon tomorrow and Roman history. Of all sites, Lao- - her. of the University 02
- ~ 0. Davis of the Educational school day- afternooR in room 214 of 'the N'~- I Monday 'and Tuesday, wheu tlxe~b wili dicca will 'be the best to excavate. high school, told how ti
- - ' effective yesterday at the S. C. A. cab- I Many ruins are visible above grov.nd best of the necessity for
I met meeting in Lane hail. Jiesoi~-- S.A. Courtis, of the Detroit school~ tural Science building. The swct be -placed 6n ~al~ ~at the tl~eater.
board, President Burton, and Dr. Stef- for his second technical talk will be i Incldding some of the best dramatic and lt~ location on a railway w11 e~. "If we could exehami
I tiojis were adopted which radically aunson '~Tume Particulat Theory ~ talent on the campus, the play wri~-~ make work there comparatively easy." budgets for ti'e education
re~ change the entire system of eleetion~ _____________---- tance" and will be given - j~ the s.ampe ten by the noted Engllshrnan~ 'A. A. Second Lecture Today could haire smaller and
'of that body in regards to the genera]
'campus elections. Iflfl ~ r&r~ a~riaiai - room at 10 o'clock il~uesday mnornin~. I Milne, has'-been .directed b~ 'Prof. J. Professor Robinson 'excavated at I able classes, according te
-Under the new~ system only two 1)0- ' N only is Dr. Mor'san the greatest I Raleigh Nehs4on, of the eflgine~erip~ Sardis for several years. The work but being faced with lar
I pitions R~flIL LU ~LI R~rIL neticist but he is considered b~ many ~lnglish- department. I{~ thqre met with great ~succe~s, the most the next best thing is to d
r in the ~ ~~ A. will be oiwn ~ fliT mn be the I t"settln~s for the important finds being 30 gold relics teaching loads as efficme~
L campus vote, those of president and VRI ~Uh IIflUIttIITIQNC I generation. His work in beth thmese and tbcse are' being painted by- 0. J. of Croesus and SO to 90 inscriptions sible.
secretary. Tbe vic~y presidents, whe I IUIIIUIIIIN 111111.1
~w~muuvuu~iiuwgu~ fields has' been remarkable in charac- Davis, Det~oit. The perfprmam~ce in the Lydian la-ngus~ge. So far they I
Or~ represent the various denominational - ter and ba~ added greatW to t~ Wednesday - night will be the' first In have not been satisfactorily decipher- the will - I - Ta1k~ At O~*~n
' ~ ~3j~ Passes }Jy" - ed. Sixty eases of "plunder" from' I-,
elected by their respectiVe groups and SEVERAL OFFICES CU'F FR-031 world's store of biologic4l knowIe&~e. IAbn 'Arbor. ' en~oyeu a re- - Sardis are now In the Metropolitan - '~~IfM ~,.
their names ,will not -appear on the tAMP US BALLOT FOR
Un- caummis ballot. j mark.ab1~ run in- 1920 in New' York Museum in New--York.
The office of se-crctary SPIIPiG VOTE Trar~Irng1 matrr TfIflBV city, at~te'r which, tt'moved across the'

which was formerly filled by appoint~ Nominatipus for officers to be vot. 1 L1IbDLQ~ iVILt I - -, I UVA I oc~an 'to 'L~nrlon where it' also. I-'ergainunm, pernaps tue most won- I
'sen I ment, will be paiced on the ballot, with success. A comedy of every ~ of the ruins, has been thor- I
iet- Nomination of candidates for time of. ed on in the Spring elections cannot -- - - the treasures removed to Beri'n. I
Lice of president will be made hereaf- be made later than April 20 accord-' The - Michigan State Federuti6n ~ Fl~i~lish life, it intz~odnces many nov- oughly excavated by the Germans and -
ing to a vote of the Student council Teachers' clubs will hold their annual I ci, tou'che-s wim~i'ch are taken mm 'In' an
the ter by a nominating committee of the XVedn~sday night. Elections will be I meetAng at 4 o'clock this a~Wrnoc~a ~ iflterestin~ ma~mner, according to Pro- I There they have been restored and I
)rk. C. A. cabinet. Petitio~s from the held May 2 and the date for receiving Alumni Memorial hall; This 4 _________________
S. I or~nizei fe~sOr Nelson. set up in a special museum.
)re- nipus -- petitions been set to time Is ~mot with 1 - __________________ Professor Robinson wIll deliver an-
ais ca ndu-cted a&ording to has allow I tion connected the Michi- ' ' -
)win 'sitions mus~o~dll ruling for these po for all names of nominees to be plac- gan. Scli9olmaatei's' club, but ia a ~ '~epots ~Jjren at B-~tRmIy M~etji~ o~'h~r illustrated lecture this after-
I passed upon by this orgami~iza~ion-.~
rk. I before going uppn the ha1 ed on tbe~ pr nted ballot. arate D. C. lleathcote'of ' ~ of the Bota~ie~l noon at 4:15 o'clock in- Newberry
committee Time ballot this year will he short' j Kalamazoo will preside at th'e meeting iou~nal club ma4e reporta 011 w~rk~ 1lal~ 'auditorium on "Smyrna, Eph -
in lot. Formerly the petitions were hand- ened by the elimination of se' ' -~
directly over to time Stndent coun- 01 J 14L1 s affer,~oon.4 -' of '~. ,~cientiflc na~ture r~lat~ -to' hot- sus,' Colophon, Priene and Meletus".
acm I cil election committee. Candidates for fices which were not regarded as re- Prof' William B. Scott of ~rincevon any- and bacteriology, a~-d. wpomi '~heir, 1-he will have special slides -showing
in I the office of secretary will be made in quiring an all-campus vote. The del- ~1niVersity will adch-ess a ~ol~it meet- OW~ In~e~tlgations and conclus~ei~, at- the burning of Smyrna which Consul-
egates at large t'ronm the Oratorical as- I ing of time Academy of'~ci~nc~ and the a ni~vting of'the club'Tuesday ni~bt hr general Horton brought oVt with
the same way~ The third<article states soci~iou, tI presidents f '~' T~ch~rs' Natural Science building. L. ~ Wey- him.
of that the cabinet as a body must pass me vice o thw Federatidli ' of clubs 9n 3-~ed tim di
ni- 1 Student Christian assocmat~on. and I "Proofs of E~oiution" at 4 o'clocI meyer we e recent s~overkes
upon the men si~ggested by the nom-
inating committee for the offices of omeors of the Engineering and Archi ' this afternoon 'in 11111 auditorium. A relating to the mosaic diseases which Urges Spanish Jlistory Study
tectural societies will not appear -
-~ president and secretary; also the can- the all-campus ballot. on lecture will also be given by' Prof. Day- have been receiving the atten-tlox~ of - "Charles V's greatest mistake was 1 ~
I I id M. Robinson of Johns Hopkins uni- I eminent botanists in recent years. , tIme leaving of the Nethei lands to his I
the campus at large and submitted by 4~hri~flan association represent the ,hall. -' - Presbyteiiins Elect Oflicvrs
man, of Harvard university, in his lec-
didates nominated by petition from The vice presidents of the Student versity- at 4:15 o'clock in Newberry son Philip," said Prof. R. B. Merri-
the committee; must 'be unanimously various religious denominations and ----------------~----- j C. L. Campbell, '25L, has been elect- ture om~ '~Charles V and the Spanish
passed upon by that body; and that may be elected by the churches for - Journalist-s Work Diurlug Ya~tiou ed president of the Presbyteri~m~ E'nipire" at 3 o'clock yesterday after-
the cabinet 1)e given the power to whom they act. The elimination of I Students of the journalism classes Youmrg people's Society. The 'noon in Natural Science auditorium.'
f I strike off any names of candidates all these names from the campus hal. ' at the University of Wisconsin will officers are Vice-president, Esther "It was his greatest mistake, and
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