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1'H M C HIGAN DAILY

WE~'~AJANT'ARY 14, 19 v

ANNOUNCE -S*UMME1
HISTORY FA CU9LTY
Four Visiting andi Two University 1
Professors Compose 'staff for
S'ii er Schiool
E.R. TURNER RETURNS
Four professors from other institu-
tions, and two professors of the Ulni-
versity of Michigan staff, will have
charge of the history courses whichj
will be offered in the 1925 summer
session, according to an announcement
made yesterday by Dean Edward 1.1
Kraus, of the summer school.!
Prof. E; R. Turner of Yale, form-]
erly of this University, will give two
courses, "Recent History of Europe,"I
and "Modern European History, 1450-,
to 1648." It is expected that the re-1
turn of Professor Turner will attract
many of his former students to the
summer session,
Courses in " The History of Medi-
eval Prance. 987 to 1314,", and a sem-
inary in "The I-'istory of the Age of
Charlemagne" will be in charge of
Prof. E. 11. McNeal, of Ohio State
univcrsity.
Pi of. Ia. B. Shippee, of the Univer-
rIty of Minnesota, will give courses
in "The lledent History of the United
States," 'and in "Studies in- Interna-
tional Relations with the United
Mtates, since the Civil W1ar."
Under' the direction of Prof. J. L.
Mcecham, of Washington university,
8.t. ILouis, courses in "American Col-
onial History," and "The Iipitory of
Hispanica America," will ben given.
Prof. A.. E. Boak, of the history de-
partment, who has been on leave of
absence while with an expedition in
the 'Near East, will give courses in
"The Ancient History of the Near
Elst to 1000 B. C.," and "The Prin-.
ciryate."
A course in "The General History
of England to 1688,." will be in charge
of Prof. Preston Slosson, of the his-
tory department of this Univeraliy,
and will complete the offerings in the
history department during the sum-
mer session.
PREPARATIONS MADE
FOR DEBATE FRIDAY
Final preparations for the dual de-

Water Shortage
Forces City To'
IDraw On Huron

STATE ENGINEERS LcaC. of C.
ATTNOHa SuWHonos Pomna
ATTND OADSHO4 0rangers Herei

MARCL CLAVL TO OPEFI Amherst Announces 'WE-END FIRES WORK
$200Fellowship' E
FRENCH LECTURE SERIES. Annouiunc e rn eiadeby HAVOC IN ANN ARO
:1r oh en , oleof the AmIer t .1Te-

Due to the severe shortage of water,I
caused by the increased population of 3Facuilty Members Rleturn from ('llieago
Ann Arbor and the practice of allow- C (onvention and Show. Report
ing the taps to run during the cold i )evetopmeiits,
weather, i has been found necessary
to take more than a million gallons BLANI CHARD GIVES PAPER'
of water from the Huron river to keep
the mains under full pressure, it was
statd b cit oficils rcenly.Prof. Arthur H., Blanchard, of the
Wtater frctoffithelrivensthoruglyhighway engineering department, ye-
lunrifled lbefore it is turned into the Icounvenionandyromd he 2of2ndeAua
mains. The city also gets considerable covninadra= hwo h m
of its water supply from wells, more erican Road Buildenrs' association, held
than two million gallons being pump- I in Chicago Jan. 5-9. Prof. Roy S.
ed fromn the Steere farm south of the Swinton and Prof. Roger L. Morrison,
city and from deep wells. of the department, who also attend-
ed, remained at the convention an(,
World show for but one day each.
INews ' s Of The.World During the Wtiednesday moring
InB ie ed apaper on the "Evolution of High-
way Traffic," andl acted as chairmniar
Paris, Jan. 13.-The famous pearlI of the afternoon session an "Thursday.,
necklace of Mine. Thiers, widow of a Other State highwaymen p,:riicipatin!,
former president of the republic, has in the' convention were E dwar d \,
been sent to New York, where it is l ines, chairman of the Boai d of High-E
now in the hands of its owners, the way Commissioner, Wayne county,
firm of Carticrs. The necklace, which who delivered an address on "The
j was auctioned here onl June 16 of Super-hlghwaiy Plans of Wayne Comln
last year, is said to bie'valued at $I,- i ty, Michigan." B. C. 'Piney,rniainte n -
500,00. ,ance engineer, Michigan Highway De-
---- partment. presen tedaP. a ped on "Dust
San Antoio, Tex., Jan. '13.- Mrs.j Elimination on (.ravel Roads."
Mariana Vda de Perez, IIl years old,{ The convention was entertainer)
died here Sunday, Apparently In good Tue day evening at aln exihibitor:, sta .
health she notified her children a* few ball, given in the First Regiment arm
minutes before the end. She had nev- ory, 1i6th street and Michigan cave~
er worn glasses, used a walking cane nue for 5,000 highway men. WednesI
or been photographed. She retained 1 dy night tIho Road Builders' Stag
all her teeth In a fair hate of preser-j Banquet; was presented in the Cold
nation. Room, Congress .Hotel, when 1,00'i
-oad builders were entertained. 'PWh
London, Jan. 13--Howard Carter, last evening of the convention, Owc
the Egyptologist, has reached an i visitors were entertained ratan ii
agreement with the Egyptian govern- ;formal supper lance and caharet.a
inent under which work will be re- the club Chez Pierre.
sumed on the tomb of Tut-ankhnamen, Th odsok a edCntb a
the exploration of which Mr. Carter I oliseuni., the new Coliseumn armi ho
took over upon the death of Lord Car- Greer building affording exhibif ion
p ace for about 300 manufacturing
narvon, says an agency dispatch front
Cairo. cC' tpanies, n1es lin (ve y t ise01
jmachinery for road bilding and maini
tenance. In connection with the road.
Mexico City, Jan. 13.-The econom- so th vitrswecndtd
ies instituted by the federal adminis- t iowg the visieric'TarPodut.u,
trationcsghcetheeAmericanar1ionr PrPde- t
traton inc th Inuguatin .f P 1-plant: and the factory of the IUnive-r a1
sident Calles will permit the balanc- PrlndCmn;cmay
ing of the Mexican budget, according_________
to the first statement issued under this
administration by Alberto pant, sec- UADQI fl IUII APFARl
retary of the treasury. AllIII~t vi

More than 50 members of Pomona
frange,.the Washtenaw county farm-

Prof. Marcel Clavel, of the romance
language department, will oven a. ser-
ies of lectures under the auspices of

or i Oeal two ya elwhpofY,0 ieserious fire and a number of

er: organization woere the guests of the Cercle Francais, with a tallr on
the ('hamber of Commerce yesterdlay ;te "Pyranees" at 4:10 o'clock tomor-
noon ata luncheon given in the Chain- row in room 203 of Tappan hall. 71)6~
her- cf ('omn erce Inn. E. F. Mills of lecture which will be illustrated will
Ann Arbor gave the address of wel- he given in French.
c'omeo to the. Grange delegates. He Other lectures included in the sor-
])rai.Bed the work which the Grange . ies are: "Versailles," to ho given by
is doing andl predhicted that in the N. S. B~ement, of the romance lanP,-
near future the farmer will take his (uage department, Feb. 12; "Literary
right fil place in the financial world. Salons of the 18th Century," by A. J.
Mir. Mills touched upon the problem Hobin, of the modern language de-
of taxat ion and poifltd' out that shift- partmnent, Feb. 26; "Furetiere and the
lag the burden from group to group 1Bourgeois Novel," by W. P. Warner,
would never lighten the load. "Co- of the same department, March 12;
operatior on the p~art of all classes, and "Anatole France," by Prof. M
~ with (1i0 e,'; ardS for the rights of IS. Pargmnent, also of thte romance
('aelt, is the only wvay lin which we language depart ment, March 26. The
matny lially control the tax prob~lem,'' last lecture will be in French.
said -Mr. 'Mills. _________
Ati is:; JennAy Ileuhtl, ',ast secretary of
(.he stale Grange, replied for theI Physicist Gives
C rangecrs;. She pointed ont that the i L cu eO t m
bfrloz have in the past few years' L cue .j tm
lwfi) heshoc!k absorbers o h coun--

year, to lbe awardled in May of this
i!Year. The fellowship is available to!
any college of university graduate of
giood repute, who is mca king a, 5;)cci,,I
study of social, economic, and politic-
a) institutions.
Madwison, Wis., .Jan. 1V.-Over 1,500
.atuInt s anid hfaculty members at the
irniverrsity of1 Wisconsin have beens
vaccinated recently as a safe-guard
against the "smalli)ox epideicit' hic;h
is at its height int the region of1 AIm-
neapol s andI St. Paul.

.ns1,-cnsuraiea.ig
raver the week-end, according to re-
S ports: fromt the fire department. ~A
tire which broke out in the house of
tFred Smith, 544 S. Fifth ave. late
Sunday night dlid nearly $1,000 dam-
age, almost completely destroying the
roof. Insurance covered the loss.
Another run was made Sunday to
the home of John Burkhardt, 721
lBrook street, and two runs wtere made
Z !yesterday to Pierce'! Grocery on Lib-
e rty and the Nurse's home on Ingalls
street. Slight damage was done in
these fires.

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The Magnolia Petleum
Building, Dallas, Texas
ALFRED C. BOSSOM,
Architect
Drawn by
Hush Ferriss

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t y andtit hat. now t he farmer must be1 "Some properties of Excited Atoms''"
hput en a lane1101ofej nli ty with labor' was the subje(t upoll which Prof. 0.
:;. dc:. pit ;i . iss; I~eltl stated the' S. Du ffend.",ck, of the phlyr es depart -
lla le.; (oi'the ta -nueir for lit #andlniealt, spoke beforeI lie weelv 7meet -
J),r eor atf ot,Iitnt tei r homes, anll'or' inD Of' the Physics ('olloe'lul-l at '_':115
a. moedeirocht (:0o ie(.1,on bet weell pro - o'clock yesterday al't ernooti . I rules: or .
duce t and colsnst i r. Inl regarids to lu flenda ohexpla illedI the ation('I'
tb isht laAIn'Ls; t u 3 a d t he ineediof' a atomts whe(n they alto subRjected to a i
cov ered ma sluct inc Ain Arbor where
the frmer ta ght ringthei usual ('ondit ions. A genelral diseus"aicir
l~rtd ic of the quest ion wul held folloo' in g ilex
enl m1 Tiia'ti ca v"A 'bovo all,'' she caidul os
"We Ia i iflelS hnve loali'id to Stitll---- -______-
legisa t ion a a~td ii an ce; we have HV O S~~C~f3~i"''
learned 1to((1 (;hiralta with tother or- HAY YO lSl1BIY1-'i
gan izat icn,; we (wkin- for the bettecr-
ill 0of Hie p(oll e ci ad we have come
to fr-(l t itat An Arbor is (.url city of
ccarlt neat eicl{(;t ott. We are youi
lill . 11. kA. 'IEi of01.t1.0,Lincoln con-
Qe id ta d i-'liool sout h of Ypsilanti, .;do lIcuty' edfl e e
-cho( ;ina talk oil 'Somne Aspects of
Ai I;' it Comminunity View point." I _._
+iolill, vcc-at, and piano rOlos w'ere
'.fed by i( 5tstliris of the 0 osnmopol-
ittl an (tub of I Ice University.
ChiOivc of a it, Or (
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Paris, Jfan. 13.--The other nations
have been added to the group former-
ly confined to the United States andI

WITH CHICAG YMHN

bate with iNorthwestern university to Switzerland whose representatives at- ]"i r" Theodore ffin cm isomi, headc of iev
be held Friday, Jan. 16 are being tend New Year's receptions sans gay. !tiic departmfent c1 the ;school Of
completed. Michigan's affirmative gold-bedecked uniforms. They are ,Mu1sic will he one of' the soloist whof
team will debate with Northwestern ; Germany and Russia. 1 will appear with the Chicago Synti-
at Ann Arbor while the negative teanm _____ phony or'chestra. this week in their
journeys to Evanston to debate the Berlin, Jan. 13,7- German repara- perIormanc e of H andel 's Oraltorio
affirmative team of that university. tions payments during the four month , "Elijah." Mr. Harrison will have the
Prof. WV. A. Miller, head of the pub-1 the bawves plan has been effective! role of Elijah. Ile is also the di rf-elfor
lic speaking department at Ohio Wes- rece $,6347gl ars f!o the Un'iiverisity (flee e(0)b and lua;
leyan, has been chosen judge of the which Great Brtain received 65,800,- = eeio king, withe y atogaiato.
debate. Millard H. Pryor, '25, presi-- j(U , and France 113,600,000. . l glee ctth wilyiveaaoner
dent of the Oratorical association., will!!Thglecifwllivacoer
resde.this Friday niightlit i Jackson whItich is I
preside. Brussels, Jan. 13.-Isadora Duincan, to be fohlowved by a.,(lance. It is under
At present the Northwestern and IdnelksteUie ttsa~ the auspices of the WG omen's league of
Michganteas ae tid, ach haingwouldn't mind living there if only ci.o.Ffyieniuirs1th
eleven victories to their credit, and [ they were not ruled byr 14 billion- iJcorgnza tio i me thetrip o the
th coigdbtpoiigbohte aires. She wouldn' t say who they naar by town. 'Solos will be given by
affirmative and negative teams receive were. various members including Barra U ill.,
the decisions, will break the tie. The ;', -whod will sing the TJoreadlor o
oubject of the debates this year is. Moscow, Jan. 1.-Jenn Herbett, first from "Carmen." Ti'h Midiiiglttilng
'Resolved that the Philippines lieI French ambassador, to Soviet Russia, l, quartette will also render several
given their complete and immediate ;hasarvdhr n salse i-nmea
independence."~ self in the house formerly occupied A unoun~eiir'mc has also been .1iade
-- by the Nansen Relief commission. 1 by Carl B. Schoonmnakei', '26, inanager1
A permanent committee for hxonor s ofhe le('i)ti4twll(Oipt
" '^.t pway or'ganized Monda Vera Cruz, Jan. 13.- The German in the annual ie rcollegiate Glee,
afternoon at a meeting of the Senate cruiser :Berlin, commanded by Capt.; club contest which will be held -in I
Council. Dean Hugh Cabot of the Wulf Ing von Ditten, Is here for a call+ Chicago in Felbruary.
medical school wvas appointed chair- and officers and men are being enter- I --______
man for this year; W. R. Humnphreys, tained officially. in'r ;
assistant dean of the literary college 'i1 U TR
fo t o y jr , becom ing cb~alrm an V era Cruz, Jan. 13.- -T he rebel gene-ne t y a ; nd J s p A . B r l ,aa , L gu s. h s m d v r : r - f ;I ~n - % r % s % . . . .,.. _

Alpha N~u Debates
War Debt Problem
'lb16d l ved that thle MUMtdRates
i;hcould cancel lit- jpart of thle French
war debt ," was thle subject debatedo by
Ahlpha Nit members at a incomng; held
at 7 :30 o'clock lust night. The affi r-
nt ive si(de of the quest ion was rep-
resenited by 14. 1. Dunn, '2O.andlEx.
Wenger, '27 (LA\.I Herold, '26 and II.
Chia ii r, '27, supted thc Ile negative
sideI.
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dean of students, for three years to
'gucceed Dean Humnphreys.
B3y treating seeds with chemicals, a
Bulgarian scientist claims to have ds
di-covered a way to increase yieldls of
tobacco, cotton, cereals, and other
crops from 20 to 25 per ceiit.
Paris, Jan. 13.-Vicenti Blasco lb-
,anez will be prosecuted in Prance for
his recent pamphlets against King Al-
fonso of Spain.

the government. It is believed he
will surrender.
TICKET APPUACATIONS
I Tickets to the 1926 J-Hop willf
Ibe given out to all those holding I
Iacceptance cards from 1 to G
s o'clock this afternoon and to-!
Imorrow. Treasurer's receipts
I must also be shown at this time.
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I E. V.Jotter, '(4, former ly connect-
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atory of the *Uiversity of XWisonsin1,
Is now assistantl professor of' foresi.3
management here. fI'oj. 1) years aft oerI
graduation Prof. Jotter was sttperini-
t endent of~ one of the United Sitates'
forest districts in California.
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