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- T~~~HE MICIG~AN DAILY ______

VALIFORN1A BIOLOGIST OBERLIN PROESORTO U.S" co itn"Evy
WIL LETUR TNI JT~SPAK N__ATHDRLS scus utul e Problems
Pro. ChaleS :AtwCood K( fo-, ci- ~~ce pd rofe9;,o ' Cof fine ,41~* :
n .lt bino 'is t and he^(d(:..1,teZOOl - t;atObrlnraltic xi" pek<t.a~
ogy department ,at the Univ raSit of 4:15 o'cl o k iii; aftCnToonin the we !t : S ' >:t
Cal ornia, will deliver a 1)opularIt le ze .lry ofArlmni;..., moal hail on }
ture on the toi ic "Amoeba and M1an,"te . TeChr fFell_
at 8 o'clock this evening in the Na- (Ctthedrals. Slides w'ill be used to
viral Science auditorli.m. The rela- ilus rte(he lecture.{ y1x >4 ns a'whisagdut
tOn of such orgzanimsto man and l o x rXvrd wro st gadat
their effect on is 'general health will ofPIucStSnaunietryerven from-?r + c :
form the central theme of his talk.10 o10 salcue naci
During his visit to the University; tecture at th at institution, and then
Professor Kofoid will consult w-kith 'took the positi'on which 'he now holds "1 Y >:G ' i
groups of advanced stdet.i io-as1- (ffes ;or of .the history and appre-
ogy and will also give two se>mi-tch -catoofrttOblicleg.Fm
nical talks. The first of these will 1 ,OS to 1916 he ;was also an associate
be given at 4:15 o'clock this after- me mber of the faculty of Rutgers col-
noon in room 214 of the' Natural legcw.
Science building on "The NeurIalmo- "M4edieval Chuzrch Vautltin" of}1
tot System of Protozoa." The last w.hich professor Ward is the author
of his tailks will he gi'vdn at 4:7.; is recognized as one of the best works iN
o'clock tomorrow afternoon, in the. en medieval architecture. The speak-;
same room, at which time hie vi er is a member of the College Art
discuss "The Life Cycle of Protoz.oa aociation and the Archeological in- . X
with References' to Certain' Funda- 'ttte of Amrica, and was the tirec- y Y r
mental Aspects of Evolution." tor of th e n~lgant at tlIze 150th ann
A graduate of Oberlin college. e c"r o the fonding o.,. ut" r
Professor Kofoild took degrees at college. aJliiT hil "vii yia3, left, and Charles D.B 11trn, suftpp led at Wshtingtont
Harvard and the University of Wales I h~Irt meing of the commissiloners named by the U. S. and, Mexico
before coming to the University as-;an . PA$RKER O LE TURE to, "encange impr;;essin" concerning the differences between the two
instructor in vertebrate morphology,.onrei x ee oocrwti ~ etfwwes onBro
After two years on the faculty here «Sm ~iAeia ottis sep-tdt cu ihntenx e ek, onBro
he went to the 'University' of Illinoit "oncSutmrca irais"Payne and Charles B. Warren, the U. S. envoys named. by Secretary Hughes,{
andlatr t th Unverityof ali- kisthe subject of the lectu(re to beo have already met to discuss< the iprob inis confronting them.
ar n d a teo t e U i e s t f C ~ h g i v e n b y W i l l i a m P a r k e r , w e l l - k n o w n _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Hrnas odce n accompanied journalist and author, tomorrow af..
Heha uuuce~ ad troo i te etue oo o he AD L 1j ACCEPTS CUP fonr cno year, to °the winner of the
many scientific expeditions the most second floor- of Tappan hall. Mr. innunal Alpha Nu-Adelphi freshman
faousofa hidr the U.ScSxpbto edig Parker is comning to the University iAdolpimi deba tie g society ('fficially debate. At the endl of seven yearsi
on~,,,1 hor h .S .Abtosaogudr the auspices of the Hispanica ,,sptcd the cu rsne oi yteselety which has won the cup
the California coast and the AgYissiz Scey fAeico hihh s n ith Ortorica l Asia, tico its orormrbimsyii ae pr-
expedition to outlyiing districts in the offcil inf Acaeof thpiceiatnst~ rtAr ~cl1s~aiaa ti-ro oetmswl aepr
tropical eastern Pacific. His~ work of thscity eeting 1astngti h dli2;hln ossino t
at several biological stations of 1im- ar Prkrs x-1reneroom in Uivrit .hi. :riie cu in .ll emnW htea2L 'a
portance was Of such 2a charace p -the ed iremiain ithe II OSV~lof Aielplni general discussion of a new, rrecipro-
ing'of book;s for publication has beenI until next year, weni s vill ,,a give 3, city treaty =with Canada.
that hoe received honorable mention at laid' on a large scale, having edited ~---t~
the Paris exposition. s an invento"r moetaa0.okaon hc r
hie received a gold medal at the' t hs uha:"~tr n de~c
Louis exposition for the invention ofn hms'"efro,""idme
the plankton net, deep sea water Eeron" CopltePomsofEd
sampler, and other contrivances, ward Rowland Sill," aind "Sir Philip SE IOS
Sidney's Certpine 'oenis." He also Now is thle time to place your order
'El"SIAN 'RECEIPTSI is the author of the biography of Ed- for
NOW OBTAINABLE w.ld owland Sill, the noted poet.
to whom he was a. most intinicte CALLING CA RDS
; friend darirng hig life time. I r,"'n . . s It .t~a"..

Club To Present the supervision of Dr. George R.I
Stewart of the English department.
j Program Tonight--
,l~)I~ ia - ja Lonke s ail

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Players club's ,program xat 8o'clock I Yclma Loue,( ceki-h ffc Ih~k
this evening in Sarah Caswell Angell 'ofthee Regi trar, has been confined r: SAN 1
hall will consist of two one act plays, to her home b illness for the last BringjnA ' P
"The Falling Star," by Mlax Ewing, dsays. She expects to resume her Bainl iia:ap
fde hrty oddiscarded
'2, and "You Had Better B3ewa3re of duissoty match the goon
Breakfasting," by William P. Camp- i inew pair of Ii
bell, '23E. SE XI E EtS!a e
Under the direction of Prof. Roy Gttehisaaay andthepos- frYu P
W. Cowden, of the rhetoric depart- ttio yu iwatesteraher. peni- A for t P~f
tinyuwn satahr pn Ai1xr arment, these plays have been. reworked ing°s in all States. Ask for free en-k YurOl
for presentation. Details of produc- rc1ilment blank and list of' Michigan ' F. - VU
tion have been executed in the Play- raduzlates placedI by us. W
ers club workshop on East University iiecialis'1,tl caionlal1 Breau Next to )WII
avenue. Odgeni Bldg. St. Louis, Mo.
"The Falling Star" will be directed__
by Robert Henderson, '26, and its cast :,BiBIiBiBiBnIIi@IBBIt1E06iIjI~iIIi@6ii IIIIfioIi~uIi@@ 9B~i3
will include Catherine Greenough, '23,
John Hlassberger, '23, Louise Graham,
'23, Gordon Wier, '24, Elwood Fay- TOD
field, '25, Norma T lndr oo, '24, I.. . .-
Evans, '24, Marian MIiler, '24, Laxv- A
rence Mack, 124, and Dorothy Bolton,; TOMOR
William Campbell willdret isq
own play in which the parts .are tak en ' A 'r16
by Charles D. Livingstone, '25, 31er? A L ~ Z fI
Welty, '23 S of M, and Luc ie VcltyF, (
'23. WT L TRC
The program is being given under' IT.N:LE S AR C
GARRICK ^I ML 5C o 2,50PEARL WHITE
SOS. 11. GATES Presents ' IN
The Sky Higil Musical Comedy-VAf I.,
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TODAY IS "31" DAY.

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the-ad didl not notice the'date we wish I
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