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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

V Preside At Frost Declared Pire-eminent
)proaching Mleet As Realistic Nature Poet
)f Woman's Party I_
__________________ "Robert Frost hats an insight into INOV. .7 LIMIT FOR

.1ington. lie has had a brilliant imilP
South ustraia's tary career. During the_ South Afri-
N1'ew Governor W~ell1 can war he was present at the reliefs
of Lady-smith and Mafeking.
Kn. own In Amesica j-_--- -_-
PHI [DELTA KAPPA.
INITIATES NOV. -171

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character that Whittier never pos-
sessed," writes Prof. Charles Wilbert
Snow -in the Wesleyan bulletin. Prof.j
Snow pays further tribute to Mich i-
gan's resident poet when he says that
Frost in his field of the abandoned]
New England farm "is as secure as i
.Whittier in our older pre-industri al
northeast."
Robert Frost is described by thc,
Wesleyan professor as a "man who
has won a place in American poetry,
without being at all spectacular~h"

CHANGIN4G COU1RSES

No new courses may be registered
for. after next Tuesday, Nov. 7, ac- i
cording 'to Prof. Wilbur R. Humph-
reys, assistant dean of the literary
college,' as that is the expiration of
the six weeks' time limit granted by
the University. Students planning to
change their elections roust first pro-
cure the approval of the men fromf
whose courses they are withdrawingf
and the~n the conse~nt of thez instructor!

(hncellor Lindley to Speak Before
ffemibers Tomorrow in Detroit
Dean V. A. C. Henmon of the Wis-
consin school of education will be the
principal speaker at the initiation
banquet of Phi Delta Kappa, nationals
honorary educational fraternity, to be
held on Nov. 17 at the Union. Abel

J. McAllister, national secretary of association. Thle majority of' the
the organization, wvill also speak. school of Education faculty expects
!The initiates Will be chosen from !to attend the breakfast, according to
the enir cassof te shoo ofEd-Prof. T. L. Purdom, of the education-
uication, as well as fronm the ,grade-Il auly
ate students and from the education-
al faculty. Their mnmes will be an- ,t;lwve(liii, Addressed by Jobiin
nouncedl the day before the initiation" Anthiony ..Jobin, of the modern
cereinony takes place. language department of the engineer-
Chancellor E. H. Lindley of the la~g college, was the speaker at the
4University of Kansas will address the luncheon o~f the Romance club at the
mnembers of Phi Delta kappa at a Union, yesterday. Mr. Jobin stated
br eakfast to be held in Detroit to- that the Cercle Francais, of which he
morrow morning, the occasion being is president, is considering the giving
the convention of the Staite Teachers'! of a lecture from Alliance Francais.

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achiesedor Snow believes that fame with whom they plan to register. A
' ahieed y te , + } y growth of something printed "change of elections" blank
1 valuable bym theroiin si, a be obtained in the registrar's i
the "scre ofbeing tedrwtou Ilp
:".. ;}' tbeing sentimental", end "er isiyAthoughce no enrollments in new
twithout giving up the 'putrid vapours'# courses will. be allowed after next
and the 'tear that stagnates in the1 Tucsday, students may still drop;
eye' type of realism"', is the more note- courses wxth the permission of their
worthy than are the accomplishments instructors and the dean any timer
of a poet who has kindled the literary befor e the middle of the semester, at
::. heat of critics throughout the eo1uni Thanksgiving time. All subjects drop-
try. ped after that date will be recorded1
The NewEnld potiagnj as failures with an, "E" grade. " :>::
mentioned in Henry Holt and coin--___
pany's "Hoo's Hoo", in which Frost Jazz~anids Ruin China
is quoted as saying that hie is "an- IPknNv .Jz a wp
r ious to prove that a fellowship in China, th hlspes fteod)ajor General Bridges{
__________cr_____-- eeative art can be a success, for ifE school are .torn by anxiety, and Chiun- Maj. Gn i ereBigs ap-
it works at Michigan it will work all! a's whole social system is in danger, pointed governor of South Australia1
Latest photo of Mrs. U. IH. P. Belmont j over the country." I
" ~according to reports received here to succeed Lieut. Col. Sir William E.
Mrs. 0. H. P. Belmont of New York,j from noted Chinese economists. G. A. Weigall, is well known in Wash-
president of the National' Women ary wl.prsdea hecnnn pp IiN ~ ~
paty wll-.sie at thef comng ltIII I 11111 PI1E'.IA " +

EVERY M kN ':O HIS TRADE
WE ARZ PENMAKERS
"1,,i))iiR for Pl NS
35 Years Experience

ARE YOU A BACK NUMBER
Some people may laugh at style -- but without style we would
still wear homespun, eat corn meal and salt pork
qnd live in a cabin.
To be out of style is to be out of date, and to
be out of date is to be a back number, and who
wants to be a back number in matters of health,
comfort and happiness.
STYLES CHANGE IH BATHROOM EQUIPMET
the samie as In other h1ousehold fixtures.

IRIiNE WAilMOtLTS, 1). _5. C.
CHIROPODIST,
AND
ORTHOPEDIST
OFFICE HOURS:
10-12 A.ff.; 1:30-5) and 7-8 P.3M.
706 First National Bank iBldg.
Phone 1746J

SEE IDISP'LAY OF UP-TfO-DATE FIXTURES AT
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conference of leaders of that organ- i U VU !ILU [1 1 U1IUI~fi OLd a 1"6 aS 1 ll aoRo ------------1...... t
zation, to be held in Washingtonls, 4Ur:AR i-r~
Nov. 11-12. Ii eIR.LOL'S-
NESTEBU SD A gNDgZ
W LVYI apseII'
j iI Tl As a resu t of the purchase of theii Blr
iOpesituaedaonithe ornterof tate nA
IL 0M N nuclbUt~'~ I STEAM FITTING
[C D N V has bought the estate of Prof. J. W. j 001
--Langley on the corner of Geddes aye- an'Sl
World-Renowned Criminologist of nue and Oxford road. It is said thmat ;"' 215E. HURON PHONE 214-Fl
British Secret Service Is the purchase price of the property was ____LORSOS9_SaUS..aNSa________ ~aa
Also Author [slightly me-lre than $.35,000. -_____________________________________________
_______ As the house now standing on the
HAS PUBLISHED MANY BOOBS newlproperty is inadequate for the UNITED CIGAR STORE
IN YEARS OF EXPERIENCE needs of a fraternity, it -will probably'lF
be remodeled or completely torn down..
It is understood that 'the State street PRICES
Sir Basil Ti omson, K. C. B., world- house will be vacated sonic time diir- VignaBihsCgrtesEe atn......
renowned criminologist, former head ig the present school year ignaBihsCgrteprcro ...... $1.20
of." the British Secret service and of The Church of Christ, now occupy- Prince Albert, Velvet, 1 6-oz. Tins, $1.35; Jars.:..... $1.45
the 'criminal investigation depart Tng the land adjacent to the Psi Ups i
enofSolnYadLodn llon property on South niversity ave- Barking Dog, Never Bite Smoking Tobaccos 1 5-8 oz.$ .30
deliver the fourth of the University *iue, has received notice of condemn- $5.00 Gillette Razors(3bae
Oratorical association lecture series anion proceedings from the University.,re) i' -.
According to S. A. Moran, chairman 1 $5.00 Auto Strop Razors........................ $ .89
Nov. 15.;ftecurhln omite1h Doz. Gillette Blades ..:....... .......... .$ .79
Sir Basil has a long record of serv- cuc ilntvct
ice, being assistant commissioner of!cuhwilntvae its premises! I !2-Doz. Auto Strop Blades............... ....... $ .45
the~~~~~~~~~ merpltnIcefo 9311 until the University is ready to begin1
an ietro pca rnhconstruction. They have, however oznPpe lanr.. ........ ........ ..... ... $.0
service since .1919. The Sherlock- pur chased the old A.B. Prescott home-. 45 ianiie Gurned..........35
ea lcated at the corner of HillI $1.00 Orlando..pe ,................. 49A
Holes f ral ifewa bon i 181 ~ndTappan streets, where they ex-IPps 4 T
of a notable English family; his fath-Pe obid-ntena uur.$.0Piceo ae ie
er was the late archbishop of York. Jett.ul n h erftre 20 rne fWae ie.... .. . .... .......". $ .99
Thomson received his -early educa-j- Playing Cards (Poker Cards) .........25c, 35c, 45c, 50c
tion at" Eaton while from New Col- ' Ig Thelb oMetToihtiigm Store With the Rxight Price
iThe Geological and GeographicalTh ~-71
lege, Oxford, he was graduated witl Rgh Journal club will meet tonight In
honors and achieved the distinction I om0.6 aua cec ulig 8E S U O
of .ein a resdentof he xfod IProf. C. W. Cook will address the club,ST
hisoustndng.u {aton his subject being '"The Salt Creek Oil POE6-
Among hsottnigpbiain Field, Wyoming.",Eeyn ners-POE6-
are the following:. Div'ersions of a e iInvte o teynd. iterst
Prime Minister, 1894; South Sea e sivtdt ted.I____________________________________________
Yarns, 1894; 'A Court Intrigue, 1896;I______________________________________
The Indiscretions of Lady Asenath,

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ands, 1901; Savage Island, 1902; The
Story of Dartmnoor Prison, 1907; The
Fijians,, 1908, and the Skene Papers.
1909.
Gin and Blade Club to. Meet
A special ,meeting of the Gun anO
Blade club is to be held at Lane hall,
Monday evening at 7:30 oclock. The
meeting will be a combination busi-4
ness and social meeting, smokes and
eats being served. All ex-service men
who are being' sent to school by the
government are expected to be pres-
ent, according to an aiinouncemen'!
made by the committee in charge. Mr.
Day, head of the Veterans' Bureau of
Detroit is to be' the principal speaker
of the evening..
Italian Club Holds Hallowe'en Party i
Members of Il Circulo Italiano held
a Hallowe'en party last night in, room
202, South wing. Before refreshmenits
were, served, Prof.. W. B3. Ford, of the
mathematics department, gave a short
talk on his rdcollections of Pisa,
Italy. Professor Ford spent some !
time at the University. of Pisa several
years ago.

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and years of experience can de-
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make or condition) on
a new one at one of
our three stores.
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