THE MICHIGAN DAILY
AER NAVY CHIEF
Burton Of Ohio1
EXPEDITION WILL STUDY
ANIMDS- IN MANY I ANflR
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'So you shall not find me wearing'
grievances," he said, "if I have
y, upon my sleeve. You shall not
asked for sympathy, and I pray
i do not give it, for I shall not
ed it. You shall not be bored now
hereafter, collectively or individual-
with the recital of my woos, for I
ve none. It may be that the list
those persons whom I hold in con-
'ipt has somewhat increased in re-
it wekks, but you shall not know
m me who those persons are.
Secon4 Time Home From War.
'Twice before I have come home
m war," he continued, "back to
chigan, back to friendship, back to
nfidence and kindness. Now for
third time I come from war, made
eful by poisoned gas and base
ategems, from defeat without shame
welcome without flaw. By innuen-
and even direct attack, for the
st time in my life, my integrity
s been assailed, vainly assailed, I
.ke bold to believe, in the ears of
>se who hear me now or who will
id my words in that greater voice.
press, anywhere in this well-loving
te of Michigan. 1
'Of another thing, too, have I deep
use for sincere rejoicing-my faith
my brother men is strengthened,
t weakened by this political tem-
st, which has broken down my little
use and strewn it upon the ground.
u cannot imagine how immense the
'luence, the comfort of your letters
d your messages. It has seemed
the letters and messages have flut-
ed in, in a vertiable storm of kind-
ss and confidence, as though all
chigan, moved by a kindly, tender
pulse, had determined to give coim-
t to my wife and me in the hour
obbs And Hall
Still another person under consid-
eration for the post of secretary of the
navy, made vacant by the resignation
of Edwin Denby, is Theodore Burton,
representative from Ohio and a mem-
ber of the war debt funding commis-
JUDGE KNON DECLINE"
SECHRAYSHIPI OF NAY
5iiU5UUWUtiliirIii SUU 'U' 611Enrollment for the Citizen's Mili- M
tary Training Camp can now be made
Numerous expeditions will be sent through Capt. E. P. Freeman of the
out by the University Museum of Zool- Officers Reserve Corps at the Ann mn
ogy during the coming summer, the Arbor High School. The camp will at
members of which have been announc- he opened at Camp Custer, August 1st.
ed by A. G. Ruthven, director of the and will last four weeks. The course
museum. These expeditions will vis -is open to all men between the ages d
it regions as distant as South Africa, of 17 and 24, who are of sound char- of
China, and the Philippines. acter, intelligence and physical con- -
Mi Mina L. Winslow, curator of dition. l
the museum, will leave April 8 for The object of this camp is to bring
South Africa, where she will spend together young men in order to pro-i
considerable time gathering molluscan mote citizenship, patriotism, and Am-
material necessary to a special study! ericanism. Even though this camp is
series. I known as a training camp very little
Several parties are planned for var- of the time is spent at routine work.
ious parts of the United States, Dr. The mornings are given over to drilll
Ruthven, F. M. Gaige, and H. T. Gaige and studies such as American History.
will spend several months in Utah. and Civics. The entire afternoon is'
The object of this expedition is to spent at athleti.cs. Under some of. the
study the altitudinal distribution of most prominent coaches in the country
animals, principally dealing with in- the men are drilled in every line of
sects, reptiles, and amphibians. Dr. sport, including baseball, football,
Lee R. Dice, curator of mammals, and golf, and basketball. Expenses are ;
M. Robert Hatt will also work in the all paid by the government, including
Rocky Mountain region and farther railroad fare from your home to camp
west. They will give their particular and return.
attention to mammals.
Two expeditions will be projected in! YPSILANTI TEACHER DIES
Tennessee. Calvin Goodrich and Wil-I DURING VISIT IN WEST
liam Clench will study the molluscan'
fauna of streams, while Theodore H.
Hubbell, assistant professor of zool- Ypsilanti, Mich., March 13.-Miss Mary
ogy in the University of Florida, will A. Dickinson for several years a mem-
ogyin heUnierityofFloid, wllher of the faculty of the Michiga
continue his studies of special groups be ormaly ol thervar
of insects. State Normal College Conservatory
Of the expeditions now in the field, of Music, died yesterday in Los Angel-j
two have been considerably extended. Ms.Calira ,at rett. Miss ickinseon
Norman A. Wood, curator of birds in was born in Ypsilanti and after grad-
the mef o w the ouseum soine tin uating from the Normal Conservatoy
in ehaf o th mseu fo soe tmeshe studied in Enope. Following her1
will not return in June as was pre-reunsetghpioatheMc-
vlously planned, but will be engageda
in collecting bird specimens in that( gan Conzservatory of M1Vusic in Detroit-
legion at least until September. before joining the faculty of the Nor- 7
regonat eat nti Sptmbe. alConservatory hnsra ere. Miss Dickin-
The Philippine expedition under Dr.' o a ett Clfonafra.vcto
Carl Guthe will hiveanother year inao to Caw oree for a atio
that field, probably completing their!
work in July,-1925. This expedition
has been visiting a number of islands Detroit, March 13.-"Ned" Denby,
in this group securing information and one time gunners mate on the U. S. S.
specimens. Yosemite, state legislature congress
Several other expeditions are being and three years secretary of the navy,
planned, among which will be at least a veteran of two wars and now a
tVo for Michigan. It is expected that major in the marie reserve corps,
th(se parties will be ready to begin 'Ned" Denby is home again.I
work about June 1 a.
GARRICKI Nights So to S 2.60j
Dover-Maj. John Jacob Astor, who Sat. Mat. 500 to $2.00
unwittingly lost his seat on the House r Wed. Mat. 5OotoN1.AL
of Comons last week by voting before .cO PT AND ii EK
taking the, oath, was returned to the H EPUI
f-ouse unopposed in an election in C
the Dover divisionof Kent. I
"I'mn cuti ng . quite , a, ,figure,," re- ltwe-IOACAR
Imarked the chorus girl as she fell on Next Weok-INA CLAIRE
the broken glass. -
AT .THlE THLEA
tt in "The
Thousands lined the sidewalks at
he Union depot as the former cabinet
ficer arrived from Washington, and
he route to the city hall was crowded
sDenby was welcomed by acting
ayor Joseph A. Martin with a speech.
The 1925 J-Hop committee will
eet for the last time this afternoon
4 o'clock in room 306 of the Union.
Postal savings took a jump upward
wring February, according to Post-
ffice Department statistics.
Majestic - Shirley
99LA s UWeON GERMINY
. "Impressions of Germany" will be
the subject of the talk which Prof.
Joseph H. Drake, of the Law school,
will give at the monthly meeting of
the American Association of University
Women at 330 o'clock Saturday, at
the Kappa Kappa Gamma house, 1204
Hill street. The business meeting will
be held at 3 o'clock, previous to the
Group 2 of the A. A. W. W. will act
as hostesses, with Miss Margaret
Smith as chairman. Tea will be serv-
Illinois Opera Tour Cancelled j
Urbana, Ill., March 13.-Hopes for
the proposed trip of the University!
of Illinois Pierrots' opera vanished
today when the council of administra-
tion decided to sanction but one out-
of-town performance, that to be in
a town in the state. Negotiations are
under way to present the show in
Wuerth-"On the Banks of the
Orpheum-Ruth Roland in the
Chicago on the nights of April 18 and
Catholic Men to Give Smoker
Music, talks, and a short boxing ex-
hibition will feature the "Open House"
smoker to be given for Catholic men
students by the Ann Arbor Knights
of Columbus at eight o'clock Tues-
day evening at the K. of C. club,
Huron and Division streets.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
on and Thomas Jefferson in.
kraut in "The Highwayman."
Prof. William H. Hoobs, head of the
eology department, and Robert B.
all of the geography department, ]
ere the speakers at the joint meet-(
g of the geology and geography
urnal clubs held last night in the
atural Science building. Professor
obbs lectured on the "arcs" of New
ealand, referring to his recent trip'
Mr. Hall talked about the island of
uelpart, located about one hnudred
iles south of Korea. Although near
ipan, it has kept nearly all of its
DAILY' CLASSIFIEDS BRING
ON LITTLE INVESTMENT
SUMMER POSITIONS FOR
Students to work in the interest of
eligious Education in the Home and
Distribute Religious Literature.
efinite guarantee of a liberal amount!
ith opportunity of earning 'several 1
nes as much. Last summer several I
udents earned over $1,000 during va-
ation. No capital nor experienceI
ecessary. Also opportunity to travel
nd appoint representatives. Write !
r full particulars and organization
an at once. Universal Bible Hlouse,
'ollege Dept", 1010 Arch Slt., Phila-
-Washington, March 13.-Judge Wil-}
1iam S. Kenyon today declined a p-
pointment as secretary of the navy.
The final answer of Judge Kenyon
was transmitted to President Coolidge
late today after he had considered
for two days an offer of the secretary-
ship made vacant early this week by
the retirement of Edwin Denby.
Chief Justice Curtis D. Wilbur. of
the California supreme court probably
will be tendered the post.
Judge Kenyon is understood to
,have informed the president that he
felt his natural inclination did .not
lie toward.the administration of ;riaval
affairs and that he preferred to re-
main on tle bench. .
"Trashy L9terature" PopWlar, He Says
Berkeley, dal.,' 'Mar. 13.-Too much
trashy literatuirois read by students'
of ithe' University of California, ac-
cording to P6f S. B. Mitchell chair-
man. of the library, :epartinmnt here..
Thea records siow, that aside fromi
books ecuieed"b_ iinstructoY's nearly
all the books drawn from the library
are extremely light fiction.
Day Party, flowers are
611 E. University Ave.
PatronizO Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
Stedily increasing sales
each succeeding year.
plainly indicate the uni-
versity man's approval of
John Ward Men's Shoes.
A variety of lasts, patterns
and lethersto'meet every
need wil be shown by
C. P. Lathrop at
Sat. March 15
Mon., March 17
Tues., March 18
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Sand fabrics in our
coats are a versa-
There's spirit in
~jthem, and there' '
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at Mimes Theatre
has been boiling at Washington
It has caused no more comment in its own sphere than the
startling growth of this little shop.
We Sell on a Basis to' Your Satisfaction*
Atwater Kent Sets and Parts
Results Prove Their Superiority
The Eberbach & Son Co.
200-204 E. LIBERTY ST.
Oldest Radio Dealers in Ann, Arbor
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SN OTIONS of Advertising change as this me-
dium-of salesmanship has been subject to
the passing of time. In the first stages peo-
ple believed that there was a close relationship
between demand and acceptance. They thought
tiat immediately after the appearance of adver-
tisement there would be a rush for the place and
a demand for the article.
Today there is a different conception of ad-
vertising. It is broader and more comprehensive.
Advertising aims to create a preferred class.
Good results are looked for in the impression
that the campaign makes as the advertising pro-
Many still believe in the old theory and
while their contentions are right to a certain de-
gree, the progressive business men follow a 'con-
sistent program. They lead their advertisers
just a little so that sales and advertising are
joined together for one purpose.
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