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THE MICHIGAN DATLY

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Collects Violins For Hobby ;F N PI N F TIN r

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1I'n '. Stuan Nidenit "Les Inter-,
este,1" Tlia Bi th hItBut Just
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r 11CLAI 1"A\NKFEEIIOAPITiAILS
'ARtE EX"CEPTIONAL FOR SLZEI~s
~While Dr. Philip J. Dick of the Med-o
ical school is teaching in St. Barthol- i
omnew's hospital of London university f'
his place here is being filled by Dr. J.$b
I13. Humne, M.B., B.S., F.R.C.S., senior '
surgical assistant and joint lecturer sr. x.
in anatomy at St. Bartholomew's.
In an interview with .a Daily report-jp
or, Dr. Hlume enjoyed himself at thet
re porter'si expense, when he was ask-
cd whlat- the letters signified. "Well,"
hec siil ed, "the M.B. is for Bachelor of'
Y~Edicine; the B.S. for Bachelor of Sur-
geiY, and the rest is Fellow of the Roy-
al College of Surgeons." j
Is Oldest lit World
Aykced about St. Bartholomew's, he>j
s;;,tod that if. was thought to be the
oldt hospital in the civilized world
being 'S01 years old. "Of course, you r
'umderstand," he Paid, "that it is much !
larger than this hospital, and but one
college of the University of London, r
whose medical students alone number
more than 5,000. It has 750 beds. The
s+ l- cnts at' St. Bartholomew's number
about 700.
"For a eail place the work dons
Isere i e xcephtional," he stated. "I wvas ::..
mucih impressed by the variety of cas->
cs anid the thoaroughness and care ,: r r "
'with which they are investigated and_______________________________
treated. I was also imipressed great-
ly it tje ig dere o copea- Ef rern i balist surrounded by his collection of violins and (insert) ;
tion]IbeITeen the various departments. l~ 3.O ide
'.['ie ystemn is more highly organized. Efrem Zimbalist, famous violinist, is considered to have thc world's fin-
tlan in England. "est collection of violins, among which stands out preeminently the " <Titian
"1'e, haps the thing that impressed Stradivarius," so called because of its color, for which he paid $=33,000,
rie inost," he went on, "is the X-ray Zimbalist prizes this violin so highly that he kept it constar tly by his side,I
work conducted here by Dr. H~ick~ey. I encased in a life preserver., on the trip home from Paris w~uere lie bought?
consider it far in advance of anything the instrument.I
in any of the London hospitals," The masterplayer's collection is ri valled only . by that of A. Waddel, a
Treads Lightly Glasgow sausage maker, who does no t play aniy of the strin-gedl instruments
"Do you find the students 'here 'su- in his collection, nor will lie allow C~iy artist to touch them.
perior or inferior to those in Eng--
land?" Dr.,flume was asked. The doc- I
tor struggled to suppress a smile while D o0 }Y Kino wv- University C. ur . I
he formhulated in his-mind a diplomat-
ireply., then it came. ,-- ikt Elects Officers,
"The system of medical edcain 'Ta 7,0 tceshv enor-~
the third and fourth years (differs 'dered printed to take care of the ex-'
~from that in England inasmuch as stu- pected crowds at the Union fair?N v0lirsee2ltelb hIo-
densts here have not the same_ individ- That there are more than 500 active iv eh sit.y ChawbeIm;ofl Commerce at I heir
ual as sociation withi the patients in participants at the present time work- :n4et~ng ifN the Uni,)n las;t ii;ht to1
the wards which tends, perhaps, to ing on the fair plans. I take the Ahac(':s cat h: en \vh() were ratl-
diminish his Interest. But," he added That it would take one sign painter niated In l{Ftbruta r cor for other reats-
"I am sure that students when given a period of two weeks to paint all of1 ons had h) gI~ ceU ) their duties at the
~Opportunity in clinical demonstrations' the signs that are to be used in the endd 01 the !'~er at MacDonaldl,
and practical classes display as much fair? '26, was madi ve ht;ncial secretary, and
keeness and interest as their col-I That the program to date includes 'Aallh A. 1 -rtii,'5 and Iloward L.
leagues in England.", more than 75 side show am~usemhents ill ' "hr;:~4, were e:, d directors.
--- addition to regular acts which are to-
Long-liidden Picture Brought Out be given and a general dlance for ev- 3 Pally clasiFied for real results.
Cologne, Feb. 14.--A portrait of Lou- eryone?
ise, Queen of Prussia, by Gustav Rich-' That 10,000 square yards of bunting ....,f..
ter, has been placed in the Wallraff- will be used in decorating the field
Richartz museum, after having been house for the occasion? I MEW1hs'._l

n9r fDA L'LIYlwood Fayfield. June Knl ;ley, Iind '"Ann Pocr -dotter" has beef
0 IT UI D RA M A l onald S nyder. Th'le ttage1 setting, as nouced the mo st outstanding pi
(( usual, is beinig de:gnd anale~itd inta the ClevelaInd Playhloll
i ine IPlayers' club will present their by the Players' WVorksh;op. ;-t WOs1. l. t rin s with it ti
firs RhI JM~ u~ ull-length play in several years'. Ia ledrcoienaioiof dr'
on Wednesday evening, Feb. 20, in Sar- 1~-uiiMa~ h 'a r-go ers alike.
University 1Cn in- a1 awl Angell hail The p~roram The Michigan ilehertoi'ythieater' an- (sheddby Katherine WVick
wil cosis. o aoroucton f . A ;puncs he jecnd j N, f (rolpi. wilhe the same as in the of
give their flr=;t ini- Milie's whimsical comedy, "The D~ov-'this .season,. "Anne Pellersdotter,." a laIyhouse production.
o rgari ration next ier Road." 'three-act drama. by WViors-Jens::en, on ----- -
AI Grange r's:,dainc- jThis play was a marked' success in Saturday eve-ning;, Feb. 16, at theWht Luenos Aires, Feb. 14.--Tlie
hoped by thie 1- New York two years ago, enjoying a ney. tine Athenaeum, a historical am
becomle an a Inual ,1run of over two hundred- performances A few single tickets for this play, erairy society. met in the Plaza floigteato' rvossa-my-silb banda h hte opoetaanttenmn
"nishied by Watkin's on's triumph, "Mr. Pim Passel By." box office. Price-s are $1, $1.50, $2.; street AGuaymlallen for Lumis
ewill be entertain-i It is a charming light comedy, touched There is no war tax. Firpo, pugilist.
>f vocal and instru- with polite farce in a few of its mildly ,
Refreshments will# extravagant situations. The threq acts !~
s nay he procured are played in the reception room of all n 2t
e. certain Mr. Latimer, a rich and eccen-'
-_-"-- tric gentleman who makes it his hobby
A hundred persons to stop passengers on the road to Dov- /
barged with illegal- ! er, the road which eloping couples O ',"1C r a
I;igrtefrm ItlyI from London take on their wayv to un-C h i e f'aar r
r eioutmaeymoral Paris or immoral Bordeaux., ro heYleNw
,d, to get into the The cast includes many of the more Fo h aeN w
competent campus actors, among them

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THE NINETY-FOUR
Someone, probably an insurance
agent, was quoted, recently as saying
that from the mass of one hundred
college graduates one individual only'
rose to the Polo and butler class, peril-
ously near the top of: the financial lad-
der. Five othcrs became comfortably
off and found themselves after twenty
years at the small yacht and chauffeur
stage. The other ninety-four presum-
ably congregate in the great section of
the American people who drive their
own Buicks to the golf club. In other
words, dreaming about being a rich
man is one thi'ng, and making the grade,
is "'something else again."
Yet the ninety-four presumably work
just as hard as the sumptuous six. Their
business is the axis «on which a small
and uninteresting worts revolves. They
have become devotees of the dollar
and when that fickle deity deserts, have
nowhere' else to turn. Jammed in a
dull, straight rut of business they can
never leave the road and jump the fence
into finer fields of life. This, thenm is
the portion of ninety-four men out of
ivery hundred now on the campus.
The answer to the problem lies in
the proper choice of a career.

Between now and Commencement we
shall have something to offer can the
subject of "Careers." Watch for the space
with the Famous'Signature.
OF BOSTON. MAStACfUSETTS-
Sixty-one years in business. Now insuring One Billion Seven Hundred
Million dollars in policies on 3,25,000g lives.

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when word spread that "the Yanks are
coming."

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N~ARCII 1 SET AS FINAL DATE
To PAY PLEDGES ON 'ENSIANS F
March 1 has been set as the I
final date for payment of pledged{
f Michiganensian subscripti 4 .
Payment of the specified fiveI
dollars may be made every after-
noon at the Michiganensian bus- I
iness offices in the Press building
from 2 to 5 o'clock..IU payment
is made through the malls by 1
check, checks should be made !
),ayable to the 1924 _Michiganen-
siJan and a receipt will be re-!
turned. In view of an expected I
last minute rush, the business I
staff of the 'Ensian urges that I
payment be made as early asI
possible.

San Salvador, Feb. 14.-A group ofj
American aviators has started on a
flight to Guatemala City.
UNION FAIRZ COMMITTEE E
TO DISTRIBUTE BOOTHIS
S Representatives from all fra-
ternities and campus groups in-j
I tending to have a, concession at J
the Union Fair that will be held
j March 7 and 8 in the Yost fieldj
house are asked to get in touch j
1jwith the Fair committee some I
4time this week.
j A member of the committeej
will be in the activities room of
{f the Union every afternoon from l
4 to 5" o'clock. It will be neces-j
f 1 sary for all groups to submitj
E their plans for sideshows this
f week. j
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