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TO SPEAK Dainty Creature
In Fair Parade


President of (Canton III-histian Villeg'e
is Known as Engineer
And Author
Dr. Charles E. Edmunds, presidentj
of Canton Christian College, China,
and considered one of the most suc-
cessful engineers and educators, will
be the speaker at the next University
Service to be held at 7:30 o'clock Sn-
day evening in Hill auditorium un-
der the auspices of the S. C A.
Dr. Edmnunds has been president of
Canton Christian College, the largest
institution in China, since. 1907, and
has acted in the capacity of author,
engineer, educator, and explorer, scor-
ing noteworthy successes in each of
these fields. For twelve years he has
been obrerver in charge of the Mag-
netic Survey of China, under the aus-
pices of the Carnegie Institute of
Washington, D. C., and has traveled
more than 45,000 miles in the inter-
ior of China. He has also made ex-
tensive explorations in the interiorsf
in Japan, Korea, Siam, and the Phil-,
ippines, and in this manner he is
able to give a comprehensive critic-
ism and insight into the conditions in
the Far Eastern countries.uate
Since his return from China, he has
written many articles of a scientific

Plans were made at the regular Stephen Leacock, internationally
meeting of the. Naval reserve last known humorist and lecturer, and
night in the new drill hall for a head of the political science depart-
smoker to be held in the Union on ment of McGill university will offer a
next Wednesday night. It is expected special number of the Oratorical as-
that some of the men aboard the sociation program on March 5. His
training ship in the Detroit river will; subject has been announced as "Re-
come up for this affair. discovering England."
The first lecture on navigation was Although probably best known for
given in the Egineering building. some of his books, such as "Non-
The course is essentially the same as sense Novels" "Behind the Beyond,"
the course offered to regular enlisted and "Literary Lapses", Mr. Leacock
men and .the ratings gaid by exam- has gained fame in England and
ination will be valid in the-case of Canada. as well as America, for his
.active service. Ensign Lee gave the satirically-witty lectures. His favor-
lecture. ite pastime is poking fun at peoples'
Next week a class in radio will be and ideas, and his proficiency in this
started with opportunities to classify line has nearly gained for him the
as active radio men. title of "Canadian Mark Twain."
The first announcement concerning
the cruises to be offered next summer; nrrr n nn sm a nnain m i n


The Ann Arbor High School Mus-
ical clubs, under the direction of
George Oscar Bowen, will present Gil-
her and Sullivan's popular light opera
Pinafore" tonight and tomorrow eve-
ning with a special matinee tomorrow
for school children at the Whitney

fdivertissements. All of the marion-
ettes ha "ve been constructed byHarry
Burnett, who is now filling a pro-
fessional engagement throughout the
East with Jean Gros.
The performances will be given un-
der the auspices of Phoebe Beal Cir-
cle of King's Daughters, and the pro-
ceeds will be devoted to local char-

Read the XN

"Pinafore" is probably the most de-
lightful and deservedly popular work
of these famous authors, equalling, if
not exceeding, the uproarious farce of
"The Mikado" which was so success-
fully presented here earlier in the sea-
son by De Wolf Hopper. The action
takes place on an impossible ship
where almost everything from straight
comedy to frank burlesque occurs.
The accompanying music is of the
very highest order, combining both
sound workmanship and tuneful mel-
I ody. The leading character roles will
be taken by prominent students of the
School of Music, including Doris
Howe, Esther Hollands, George Qua,
and William Spanagel.

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were made, with therdates of the var-
ious trips. The first will go from
June 1 -to June 15; the secondl from
June 16 to the first of July. It is ex-
pected that on one of these twc
cruises enough men will be obtained
from the two divisions here in Ann
A Former Fair Parade Beauty Arbor to have them go as a body andt
In -1905 the dainty creature on the practically man the ship for the cruise.
horse pictured above was a student at
the University. The picture was taken English StudentI
during the parade that preceded the L
Union Fair of that year. The Union j Compares Life
'Fair to be held March 7 and 8 this year!, jgj
will be opened by a similar parade ;1
Sheld on Friday afternoon, .:March 7
Floats An featuros ntrihiet 1 "M; r i s ,ions of Ann Arbor? YOU i


Dealer in Woodstock and Oliver,
Sundstrand Adding Machines
Line-a-Time Copy Ioliders, Rub-
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Keys, and Supplies.

I U IdUU111 JM [ IL I ,j The Puppeteers will repeat their
production of "The Puppet Review"
Madison, Feb. 28.-Fraternities at this afternoon and evening at 4 and 8
the University of Wisconsin have been o'clock in the Methodist church.( This
given a cup by an alumnus that will, organization, at present composed of
go to the fraternity having the highest Forman Brown, Elwood Fayfield, and
scholastic standing. The average 'AM. A. Butchart, has enjoyed very
grades of all fraternities will be com- marked success since its formation
piled each semester and the one with last spring.
the .highest standing will keep it for Their current program will include
a semester. The name of every fra- Shakespeare's "Pyramus and Thisby"
ternity holding the cup will be print- from "Midsummer Night's Dream," the
edl on it and at the end. of ten years old English Mummer's play, "Prince
it will be placed on permanent ex-Gergeand the Dragon," and several
hibition in the Memorial Union build-i

Oh Henry!
A Fine Candy-I c Everywhere


'nature for the technical journals of fraternties will be used.
the country, and has been accorded
great honor by leading newspapers
for his ability as a speaker and for
his knowledge of the conditions inT
Dr. Edmunds graduated from Johns
Hopkins university in 1897, and ree- U1 IfIUUL
eived his Ph.D degree from the same
institution in 1903. Hle was made a
fellow in Physics in 1902. He has Dr. Lynn Harold Hou
been a Professor of physics and el:-I the Central Methodist c
ectrical engineering at the same uni- troit, will be the princip
versity, and in 1907 became vice-presi- the banquet of the Wesi
dent of the institution. be given at 6 o'clock t
Subjec't, "Dyuarmie China" Union.
For his ability and energy in the Paul W. Voorhies, stat
scientific field he was made a. member attorney for Wayne.coun
of Phi Beta Kappa, and the American known for his ability as
Physics Society, A. A. A. S. He has act as toastmaster for t!
received praise for his work from men I and Mrs. William Whe
of international repute and it has been 'Arbor, will furnish musi
said that "his work is so extraordin-3ouet.
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Igh, pastor ofj
church of De-
pal speaker at}
leyan guild to I
onight in the
te prosecuting
ty, and a man,
a lawyer, will
he affair. Mr.
eeler, of Ann
c for the ban-

been to the concert; I have skated;
there have been two parties here at
Martha Cook. You don't have time.'
Thereupol, Marjorie Lindsey, who is
here on a Riggs scholarship, immed-
iately .concedes that she likes the
place, even .though she has been here
Mess than a week.'
jThe two universities, Manchester
England,wand Michigan, are essential-
Jy the same, she says, except that
ichigan is bigger, everything here is
bigger. Possibly you are a bit more
democratic, she grants, but peoplel
are about the same everywhere. Amer-
icans do not go into subjects as deep-
ly as the English students do. Ovei
there, everybody .specializes. "I
spend all my time at geology, of
course," said Miss Lindsey, "but no-!
body else does."{

Madison, Feb. 28. -- Questionnaires
issued to the students of the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin by the self-govern-
ment association and the student sen-
ate show after a careful tabulation of
results that there was little cribbing
in the final exmas. Of the 3,325 stu-;
dents that received blanks, 2,988 re-
ported that they had seen no dishon-
esty during their particular examina-
tion. Only 125 students reported they I
saw dishonesty that they could prove j
had occurred.
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Alumnus Pencil
Sketches Shown

- Dr. Ednvunds has chosen as the
subject for his address here, "Dymanic
China," giving as his reason the fact
that few if any Americans realize
anything other than the supposedly
l}a ckwardness of the country.
S. C. A. To Sponsor
S t a t e Conference
Ann Arbor is to be the scene of an-
other conference when state I. M. C.
A. officials gather here April 4-6 for
the purpose of training them to be
better able to carry on their work.
The conference is opening under the
auspices of the S. C. A., and while no
speakers have at this date been chos-
en, it was said that the conference
would be a three-day affair, and the
speakers would be men of ability
from all parts of the country.
The purpose of the gathering, while
having as its main object the training
of men for leadership in Y. M. C. A.
and Social worl is ex ected to in-
clude many n I ue rlaAle;ualities.
and mor ha netydebes are
ex1) ed t atend Te coneex..
is an naaa an~ d last year -was
held at- Olivet, Michigan, eresults
wedi pronouniced so edessfu th

Arrangements for a card and dane-
The exhibitionofe tchings and c l ing party for the school of education, ,
ored paintings, which has been hang- are virtually complete. The event wil-
ing in the upper gallery of Alumni he held Friday night, March 14, in tfe
Memopial hall-for'the past week, un- 'recreation room of the new Univev-
der the auspices of the Ann Arbor art sity high school building. This fete
association, has been recently enlarg- is to be conducted under the auspices
ed with the addition of a collection of 'f;the unior and senior classes. Foi
pencil sketcles,. tble Wo k of S. G tU juniors. Violet Peabody is acting
IWiener, '20A. Mr. Wiener has rec-a -chairfian, while Frances Speakm,
ently returned from a two-year trip represnts the seniors.
nin Europe and made these sketches in Refreshments and a high grade or
aince, italy, and England. chestra will be additional attractiong
s Mr. Wiener has chosen as the sub- Chaperones will be announced at
ject of his pictures interesting and later date.
unusual out-of-the-way places, whichAd
the tourist, and even the foreigner, Feed A Foreign Student
many times, does not know exists.
. The sketches will remain on exhibi- ; Suport The Drive
tion for at least another week.
The senior literary class will meet
at 4 o'clock this afternoon in the au- P
ditorium of Newberry hall. Class day F ORthe student or prof.,
' speakers and an alumni secretary will the superb VENUS out-

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be elected. Committees will also sub-
n mit their reports.
W ilfred B. Shaw, general secretary]
of the Alumni association, will ad-j
dress the class previous to the elec-I
tions on the subject of "Alumni Rela-:
tions." An attempt is being made to
have all the classes elect their alumni
secretaries and get their alumni or-
ganizations under way as soon as pos-

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A nothr otwas sen t to th e
Contagi sesterday, suffer-
ing with a 'id case of small pox,
Health Service physicians report. I-e
had been vaccinated at the openingj
of the school year, but the vaccination

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failed to take, according to the doc-
"In yesterday's issue of the Daily,
statements were made regarding
chickenpox implying that vaccination
for small pox would prevent chicken
pox," said Dr. F. P. Allen, yesterday.
"This was a miaunderstanding, as
small pox vaccination will protect only#
against small po,. however, under the
present situation as there are a large
number of cases of small pox in
neighboring cities, it is most unwise
for students to remain unprotected. If
they have never had a successful vac-
cination, they are unprotected against
small pox." _
iiarcom Addresses Engineers
Howell Van Blarcom, assistant man-
ager of the power department of the
Westinghouse Electric conpany, ad-
dressed a' combined meeting of the
American Institute of Electrical En-
gieers and the American Society of
Mechanical Engineers yesterday af-
ternoon in room 348 of the Engineer-
ing building.
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