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____ ___ ___ ____ __ ___ ___ TIlE MICHIGAN1 DAILY

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EATHEBAISIsolated Areas Of Alaska Will
PRUGAM Be Penerated By BirdExpedition
gresling on University
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studied in the Alaskan trip is the fal- 17 D4 1/Aexceollent supporting company1 -l .S
con. This bird, a member of the liawIs Ik R AH' A 1T1 een 1provided the star together awitli
family, is famous '.n history and is1on a scenic and costumieem lis en
of the hardest birds in existence tol Walter Scaulani, the populiiar ijmpea unuabaty
study. Pictures of it are rare. There lntro omnirs ldadNw akOet
is always a demand for specimens of fIihsns il rsn piatJa.2-piat' e
it in museums.rl iieofIihsnswilpeet YslniSa.2.Ysl-aistw
The raven, celebrated in biblical and new Irish comedy from the pen of bank, People's National bank, opened
poetic literature is one of the hardy; Edward E. Rosate at the Whitney the- tdy obsns a oiie it
specmen ofArte brdswhih wil' tie, Sturl; niht.bank officials were introdluced, to th
asecie ns o rc brswhich.w i :tr aur a i h.Ipeople of Ypsilanti, and t"e Nvisitorse
alsoke suid "The Blarney Stone" is the title of become acquainted with the newh'ank
Diky points out that the expedition; the new play and it deals with the FrdL alpscsir nJn
is of imporance to farmers of all types adventures ot a young Irish composer. 8 dlirectors will be elected.
in that the habits of feeding of the; of that name, living in a small village l___
birds to be found in Alaska have a in Ireland. T e cha racter played by# It's true efficiency to use Daily
E direct bearing on the plant life and' the young sta'rgv him an oppor- 'lslid.Av
cr~op production in the northern states tunity for the display of his ability as ____________
of the U. S. an actor, as well as a inger, andl is r1 1

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NEW STRUCTURES TO BEI
.6 COMPLETED AS PLANNED'
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Fair weather during the greater
b part of the Christmas recess facilitat-f
e'ed the work in connection with the
new buildings rising on the campus.
The late cold spell has ,done -little to
check progress and reports indicate
that the present pace will be continu-
ed so that the numerous buildings will
be ready for use at the times planned.
The new literary building has show-
ed the most marked advancement,
brick work being completed on the
south side up to the fourth floor, and
to the second at the north. The stone#
has been placed up to the -second
stor;' on the front and back, and if
no setbacks are encountered com-
pletion of the work is assured by
next fall.
All plastering has been completed,
except for a little patching, in the
new Physics' building and it will be

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ready for. occupancy in February, as
planned, All the apparatus may not
be in place, but most of the work will
be completed for the new term.
Most of the roomns Iii the University
- high school wil be assigned for use
next term, as the construction is al-
most complete. The high school it-
self will not start until next fall.
More than 1,000 of the windows in
the new University hospital, the maj-
ority of them glazed, have been in-
serted, but much more work remains.
Contracts for the nurses home, ,bids
for which were called for last Mon-
day, have not been let to date, but
it is thought this will be done short-
l y.
Con crete on the first floor of the
new Medical Puilding has been pour-
ed and work on this structure is also
atdvancing at a r'apid rate.
All the stone for the Lawyers' club
will probably be on hand by the
:middle of February, and indications
are that th~e work can be pushed and
have the club finished by next. Sep-
temnber as planned. Work on the,
dormitory was started yesterday.
The Building and Grounds Depart-
Sment is tearing up the campus and!
installing a storm sewer for the Uni-.
versity.
BURTON SPEAKS B R
CONENTION IN FlORID

P ofessor Dlckey, upper right and some types of birds to be studied.
per left, one-week-old facon.' Below, rare photo of histicn raven,
aild an Alaskan yellow wagtall.

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Cleveland, 0., Jan. 2.-With the ob-
ject of studying the birds and wild
fowls of Alaska with reference to their
possible bearing on vegetable life and
agriculture, in the northern and wes-
tern parts of the U. S., a group of gov-
ernmepit experts and field naturalists
is preparing for a journey to the Del-
ta of the Yukon. The expedition has
been organized by H. W. Brandt,
wealthy Cleveland nrature lover.; He

will be assisted by Prof. S. S. Dickey,
of Waynesburg college, naturalist and;
writer on nature lore.
" Brandt is well known among natureI
lovers. He has spent months in manyF
parts of the U. S. and Mexico studying,
birds and their habits. In these travels
he has gathered what is said to be the
finest collection of birds' eggs in North{
America.
One or the interesting birds to be

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FAR more strongly than most churches, this great tower of com-
merce bespeaks the real spirit of Gothic archiutctur*e--aspiing,
rigecd, vii ilef-an inspiration for thle thin kingL, cre atingf architect of
today. Contradicting th-e anttiquarian. thiis great tower declares that
the spirit of Gothi carchitecture is, a ivnOrganic thing, adaptable
to mnodcrn problems11 of accommnoda tion and enguticering, and en-
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President :Marion L.. Burton left
Ann Arbor last Sunday for Floridla
jwhere he spok~e yesterday before' two
sessions of the Florida Educationalj
association in convention at West
Palm Beach
Returning from the Southi, Presi-
dent Burton is scheduled to stop at
New York city where he will address
tile association of American Cglleges
Jan 10. That evening, he will" be the
principal speaker at tjhe annual ban-
quet of the Society .of Automotive En-
gineers of America at Hotel Astor.,
On Jan. 11, President Burton will
attend a meeting of the committee, on
educational standards of the Ameri-
can Council of Education, of which
ommnittee he is a member.' He will
return to Ann Arbor shortly after thisi
meeting.
DETROI UITED LIE
~EST ~BOUND
Limiteds: 6I a. mn., 9:10 a. in. and
every two hours to 9:10 p. m.
Express: 7 a. in., 8 a mn. and every ,
tohours to 8 P. iM.
'Locals: 7 a. in., 8,55 a. m,. and t
every, two hours to 8:55 p. mn.,
11 p. mn. To Ypsilanti only, 11:40
p.,in.. 12:26 a. mn. and 1:15 a. mn.
WVEST BOUND
Linlteds: 8:47 a. m. and every two
hours to 8:47 p. in.
SExpress (making 1ocal stops) : 9:50
a_ iand every two hours to 9:60
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