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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, FEBRI

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TH MCIGNDAL.FIDY FB1 R

7

GIVE DINNER\
BR of DR. BERG

Iuildzng Progress

15,500 Envelopes Bear Tidings
Of Grades To Anxious Students

rial engineering staff mem- Two additions, the construction of
we a dinner and smoker last .
i room 319 of the Union in hon- I which will start during the next week,
)r. Ernst J. Berg, professor of are going to be added to Waterman
al engineering in Union coil- Gymnasium. The new sections of the
d consulting engineer of the gyminasium are to be constructed on
1 Electric- company of Schen- the south side of the building, one at
N. Y., who today completes a the present entrance facing the Chem-
of four lectures in Ann Arbor. istry building at the south west cor-
last lecture of the series, at ner of the gymnasium, and the others
m. today, will concern Heavi- at the south east corner, over thej
>perators, which was also thepresent shower rooms.
f the lectures given Wedniesday These additions will house the offi-I
h.ursday afternoons. Wednes- ces of the directors of the gymnasium
ening Dr. Berg spoke on the and will give additional space for twos
Dr. Steinmetz, telling of the 'types of sport whose present gymnas-
al wizard's early surroundings ,ium faciliuies are rather crowded:
fe, and of his conributions to namely, wrestling and boxing.
The Building and Grounds depart-
ge W. Patterson of the engin- ment of the University has complete
mechanics department and as-.
dean of the engineering cal contract for the construction work will
onsored the dinner. _ be let.

NE MEN CHOSEN FOR
EXTEMPORE CONTEST
ine men ,were chosenr yesterday to
pete in the second semester ex-
poraneous contest as a result
ryouts which were held Wednesday
Vlasoh hall. Twenty persons com-
ed in the tryouts and from this
up, seven were selected as "reg-
rs" and two as alternates by mem-
s of the faculty of the public
aking department and members of
ta Sigma Rho, national honorary
ating fraternity.
he seven men picked to compete
the contest which will be held in
days are: J. H. Elliott, '26, H. .R
her, '24, Jack Honigman, '24, MI-
a Pryor, '25, J. J. Rosnthal, '25. Al-
t Stern, '26, and Marshall Whit-
ib, '25. Those who were chosenras
rnates are: Albert Sawyer, grad,
L. Gibson, '26.
ome, Feb. 14.-Count Giovanni
azoni, newly appointed ambassador
Russia, has started for Moscow.

The stone work on the front of the
new Literary building has been com-
pleted with the exception of the cen-
tral columns, the cresting and theI
cornice.
As a further precaution against ac-
cidents occurring to people walking
under the construction work of the
building the west doors of University'
Hall have been closed and the use of
the stairways on this side of the
building have been forbidden. Fences,
have been placed underneath the
brick and stone workers as an added
surety for the safety of pedestrians
near the building.
In ten days, the weather permitting,
the entire structural work on the new
Medical building will be completed.
The first four stories of the building's
struicture are of cement but the fifth
story will be supported by pipe iron
columns.
The main purpose that the fifth
story will serve is as a store room
and as a place to house the animals
that will be kept for the object of ex-
perimental work by the Medical de-
parthent.
The third and fourth floors of the

Fifty-five hundred two-cent stamp- all out. Extra help is used in the
ed envelopes, that's about the number office in the tabulating of the marks;t
that have been handled in the Regist- stamp machines, automatic sealersl
ar's ofice the last few days merely for are used; and everyone around ther
the purpose of informing the anxious office is busy either recording some7
student what kind of work he has grade of "E" or, "A", or directing somez
done in the past five months. lost student who fails to find thef
According to Registrar Arthur G. classification committee.
Hall, it is no easy job to get the grades In addition to the 5,50Q there is also <
that mail which had to be sent out to
model High School are now in use and those unfortunate students who were
benches, all that could be spared from asked to see Dean Wilbur R. Hump-t
the other University buildings, have jrey's because of their scholarship.I
been installed on these floors. .As Registrar Hall puts it, "You see,l
wec send about 5,000 grade envelopes'
There is little actual work left to to the students themselves and then
do on the building in the line of fin-
ishing the construction and the Wvood- to about 500 parents whose sons or,
work and the entire building is now daughters are in danger."
in use.
The north half of the new coal stor-
age basin, adjacent to the power houseM
has been completed and the piles of
coal that now occupy the site of the
proposed south half of the new basins .'Ois bLg o ed aLapd yIsU p si
is being moved as rapidly as is poss- I
ble into the finished portion. When Etnindprmn fteui
the new crane service is installed this Extension department of the uni-
! work will be facilitated. Work on the versity will conduct two more courses
south basin will be started in the early this semester, according to Kemp
Spring. Keena, assistant director of the Michi-
gan extension division. Both of these
The east extension of the new Law ourses will be given evenings a De-
club, upon which the construction to joit Central High school, beginning
date has not been concentratedn till Monday night.
progress rapidly now due to the f, act One course will be given by Dr.
that the majority of the work on the Nellie Perkins at 7 o'clock Monday
other portions of the building have evening and the second by Prof. Ar-
reached a stage well toward structural thur E. Wood at the same time on
cmpledtion. twa sTuesday. Dr. Perkins' course deals
with mental mechanism and character.
formation, and, is listed as psych-
The installation, in the new phy:ics iatric social work. In this course,
building, of the compressors and mos sudy is made of psychological ap-
tor of the new liquid air machine has proach, the basis of conduct, and the
been finished and the liquifier, proper: study of personality.
has now been received. The comple- I The course given by Prof. Wood'
tion of the unit is expected this week. concerns the family. A study is made
The liquifier was made by the Gener- of city development as a social insti-
al Electrical company. tution in the modern era, its relation
to the state and to economic and rel-
Brighton-on-the-Sea, Eng., Feb. 14. igious instituions. Factors in con-
-Capt. Robert Wringle, noted yacht- i temporary problems also will be dis-
ing skipper, is dead. He commanded cussed. Two hours credit toward a
Ljpton's Shamrocks I and II, in 1899 university degree will be given for
and 1903. each of these courses.

MUSIC AND
MUSICIANS
Mr. and Mrs. Josef Lhevinne, dis-
tinguished Russian pianists, will ap-
pear in joint recital in the Extra Con- ;
cert series, Monday evening, February3
18, in Hill auditorium. Mr. Lhevinnej
is one of the few representatives of
that virtuoso school of piano playing
which came into vogue in the latter
days of Liszt and Rubinstein.
Though his musical education be-
gan later in life than that of many ar-
tists, he soon came to rank with the
master class in the conservatory where
he studied. When only seventeen
years old, he graduated with highest
honors, and later won the Rubinstein
prize in Berlin, in a pianistic contest
with thirty-two other competitors.
Up to the time of the war his ap-
pearances both in America and on the
continent were consistently success-
ful. He returned to this country in
1919, and since has toured the prin-1
cipal cities, playing in recitals and as
-soloist with the leading symphony or-
chestras. Mr. Lhevinne plays both so-
to and two-piano numbers, the latter
with Mrs. Lhevinne,
MEXICAN REBELS SAID
TO B91IN FULL WSP
Washington, D. C.-Feb. 14.-(By
AP)-General Estrada, chief of the
Rebels on the Jalisco front, has been
practically defeated and is in flight,
the Mexican embassy announced to-
day.
'With him," it was added, "the army
of General Tiguez, Parcia, Arnaiz,
Ramirez, and Garrizo also fell. The
battle occupied LaPiedad and ended
yesterday after 11 hours of the most
intense fighting. The casualities were
exteremly heavy."
Daily classified for real results.

NIMMO To AODRESS OPENI
MEETING OFPRESS CLUBI
H. M. Nimmo, editor of the Detroit
Saturday Night will address an open
meeting of the Student Press Club of
the University at 8 o'clock tonight in
University hall.
Mr. Nimmo has had a wide experi-
'DETROIT UNITED LINES
EAST BOUN~Dv
Limiteds: 6 a. m., 9:10 a. m. and
every two hours to 9:10np. m.
Express. 7 a. mn., 8 a, in. and every
two hours to 8 p. m.
Locals: 7 a. m., 8:55 a. m. andI
every two hours to 8:56 p. m.,I
11 p. m. To Ypsilanti only, 11:40
p. m., 12:25 a. m. and 1:15 a. m.
WEST BOUIND
Limiteds: 8:47 a. im. and every two
hours to .8:4 7 p. im.
Express (making local stops): 9:S0
a.1m. and every two hours to 9:50
p.7M.
Locals: 7:50 a. m., 1z:1t1 a. m.

ence in the field of journalism. He
will speak on some phase of journal-
ism as he has seen it through his ex-
perience with the Detroit Saturday
Night. This paper is regarded as one
of the best of its kind in the country.
This meeting is open to students and
members of the faculty. No admission
will be charged.
Patronize The Daily Advertisers.
For Flowers
During the
Second Semester
CALL
115
Cousins & Hall
611 E University Ave.

Sam Burchfield
&Co.

The Finest Tailoring Trade of Ann Arbor
We are now in position
to~ show the finest and
most select line of wool-

engs we have ever

had.

Patronize The Daily advertisers.

Daily classified for real results.

FEBRUARY
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FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St. Phone 1702
(WMere D. U'. R. Stops at State)

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S. W. Corner Liberty and Fourth ;Ave.
Second Floor
Sam Burchfield and Co.

TINKER & COMPANY

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SOUTH STATE STREET AT WILLIAM ST.

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Exclusive Patterns for Your Approval
Season 1924
OPENING DISPLAY WEEK of FEBRUARY 11th
You are cordially invited to examine the wonderful values we are showing
this Season

consistent
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Spring Suiting Prices as Low as $34.00 to $75.00

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They find in Insurance-Fire, Marine and Casualty
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The Insurance Company of North America is a
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prestige. Conservative policies and dependable
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-0
NLY those who have
.Jsmoked Melaclirinos
can judge the quality
of the finest Turkish
tobacco,
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY can help you get results from
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Arbor firms. One Ann Arbor firm has within the last three
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