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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HAYNES APPOINTED
TO HEAD: HOSPITAtL
Board of Regents Choose Michigan
Graduate to Fill Parneli's
Position
CABOT PRAISES CHOICE
Dr. Harley A. Haynes, '02M, medical
superintendent of the Michigan Home
and Training school at Lapeer, was
appointed director of the University
hospital by the Board of Regents dur-
ing the summer recess. Dr. Haynes
takes over the position left vacant by
Dr. Christopher G. Parnell, whose
resignation took effect June 30 of this
year.
Dr. Haynes was born at St. Albans,
Vt., Dec. 1, 1876. He entered this
University in October of 1897 and was
graduated from the Homoeopathic
Medical school in 1902. He acted as
interne at the Homoeopathic hospital
from July 1, 1902, until Jan. 20, 1903,
when he accepted a position as phys-
ician at the Michigan Reformatory
at Ionia, remaining there until Aug.!
1, 1907. He then became assistant
medical superintendent at Lapeer andl
since January of 1912, has been med-
ical superintendent, of that institu-'
tionl.
In speaking of the new director at
the time of his appointIment, - Dr.
_fugh Cabot, dean lf the Medical
school, made the fpllo.wing statemi
"I think that the Board of Regents is
entitled to be congratulated upon the
wisdom shown in the selection sof Dr.
Halley A. Haynes, of Lapeer.
"This position requires a man of
ability quite beyond that of the av-
erage hospital superintendent. He
should be a man of broad vision and
wido knowledge of social and econ-
Qmic questions in addition to heing
a capable administrtor. The Univer-
ity hospital has many functions,
among which are the training of med-
ical students, the teaching of phys-
icians in advanced and post-graduate
work, the care of patients from all
classes of society, and a very wide
duty in exemplyfing the modern de-
yelopmnts in medicine- to the gener -
al public. I believe that Dr. Haynes'
brings to this position unusual qual-
ifications. His work at Lapeer as di-
rector of the school for feeble-minded
has stamped him as an administrator
of first ability, as an educator of un-
usual attainment, as a specialist in
the care of the feeble-minded, equal
to the best in the country, and as a
wise guide and counsellor in many
difficult social situations.
TO APPEAR HERE

The Extra Concert series includes
a group of artists equally as inter-
esting as the Choral Union course.
John Philip Sousa will open the ser-
ies. on Nov. 13. Mr. Sousa and his
band appeared here last year before
an enthusiastic audience, and it is

tITERRY BUILDINS
WILL OPEN TOAY

certain that he will duplicate his pop-I
ularity here again. (Coniinued from Page One)
The Detroit Symphony orchestra In addition to the three offices there
are eight class rooms and two lec-
under the direction of Ossip Gabrilo- ture rooms, as well as the rhetoric
witsch will appear three times on library, 140 by 50 feet, completely
Dec. 15, Feb. 23, and March 16, re- equipped with adequate stacks and
spectively. This organization has won tables for study. Besides this library,
a deserved reputation among the the rhetoric department will have one
great American orchestras and has of the most up-to-date filing systems
obtained national reputation under for themes that has been invented.
the skillful guidance of Mr. Gabrilo- The filing room is located on thel
witsch. third floor and will be equipped wih
Soloists will be heard at all of these'3,400 pigeon holes for themes. These
concerts. On the February program a l will all be placed under lock and
unique feature will be included, when key, with each student having a key
three well-known pianists, Guy Maier, j to his own file, and the instructor
Lee Pattison, and Arthur Shattuck' having a key to open a whole section
will play the Bach Triple concerto. of about 30 pigeon holes. This key
On January 19, the Kibalchich Rus-i will open one main door, rather than
sian Symphony choir will be heard in I opening each separate pigeon hole.
a program of Russian music. This! The files will be constructed of iron.
organization is somewhat similar to On the second floor there will be
the Ukranian chorus, which was in 14 class rooms, 22 offices for profes-
Ann Arbor recently, and is famous sors, and a political science library.
for its extraordinary insemble ef- The Greek seminar room will also be
fects. located on this floor.
Seats are now on sale at the Uni- Nine class rooms, 21 offices, the I
versity School of Music. mathematics and economics library,
1and study room for the mathematical
P-EA) I'THE ICHIGAN AULY statistics department are provided on
Var9FsityLo dge'
611 CHURCH STREET
ROOMS FOR MEN
Club Priveleges
Music, Lounging and Recreation Rooms

the third floor. The last room is one
of the best equipped in the country
for this study. Specially constructed
and outfitted, it is provided with'
sound-proof walls and floors, tablesl
built so that no jars can disturb the
calculations, and equipped with all
the latest calculating machines.
Four thousand one hundred seven-
teen seats are being utilized in the
class and lecture rooms of the new
building, in addition to 1,300 chairs
placed at tables and desks. Office
space has been provided for more
than 100, professors and instructors.
Other new buildings on the campus
have also been pushed in construe-
tion work during the summer. Among'
these are the Medic building, hospital
and nurses' home.
Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, Sept. 22. -
According to a survey just complet-
ed by a government commission head-
ed by Professor Obroutcheff, the Tun-
guska basin in northwestern Siberia
contains the greatest coal deposits in
the world.
STUDENTS:
We announce this fall a high quality
line of Suits and Overcoats at
$24.50 and $29.50
Tailored to your individual measure
with the guarantee of completeI
satisfaction.
Also, Water-proof Topcoats from1
$12.00 to $30.00
Small Deposit with order.
INTERSTATE TAILORS,
American Hotel
Call or Phone 123 for Appointment

A'THLETIC PROGRAM
TRYOUThs
All sophomjores fand jsecond
semester freshmen who wish to
try out for the Athletic Pro-
gram staff can see. the manager
or assistant manager at the
Press building between 4 and 5
o'clock any day this week. As-
signment of work will be made
at this time.

Worker Hurt in Fifty Foot Fall
Elmer Billup was severely injured
while working on the construction of
the power plant extension about 10
o'clock yesterday morning. Billup
was working on a swinging scaffold
when the supports broke, letting him
fall more than 50 feet. Both ankles
and his left wrist were broken; he
is severely cut about the head and
badly bruised.
Gibralter, Sept. 22.-Abd-EI-Krim,
leader of the Moroccan rebels, has
summoned a meeting of chiefs to con-
sider the question of peace negotia-I
tions.

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Combining the Exotic Allurementsof Stage and Screen

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-OPENING CIN{EMA FEATURE-

(Continued from Page One)
On Nov. ;t9 'Willlam Wade Hin-
shaw will present as his third produc-
tion in Ann Arbor, Mozart's charming
opera "The Marriage of Figaro." Mr.
Hinshaw is one of the leading figures
in 'the operadn-English fmovement,
and his company is recognized as
one of the best troupes touring the
country.
Jascha Heifitz, the b'rilliant young
violinist, whose remarkable career in
the past five years has won for him
-a place beside Kreisl'er, will play;
here on Dec. 5. The pupil of Leopold
Auer, he holds a front rank today,
where his complete mastery of his in-
strument marks him as one of the
greatest virtuoso.
Alfred Cortot will appear here Jan.
28. Mr. Cortot has won a distinct
place by reason of his great artistry,
his powerful and magnetic person-.
ality.
Sophie Braslau will appear in Hill
auditorium Feb. 11 in place of Sig-
rid Onegin, who has been forced to
cancel her entire American tour.

"WHEN A GIRL LOVES"
COMING
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In ChARLES DICKEN'S Famous Novel
"A TALE OF TWO CITIES

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MONTE BLUE AND EVELYN BRENT
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The Original Motion Pictures of the
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of Comedy and Song T.
15 Consecutive Weeks at the Capitol in Detroit

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