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TUESDAY, FEB JRUARY 17, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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CO F C. BANQUET

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>r T D H SI I T f Have the great college footballf at Pennsylvania. Williams was an
TO ~E LETU ~ Ae Uuall Str Plyer

The

ITICKETSSOL'D OUTi
eibeIrr of U i versity Band lviii
Furxnish .3.1usic IFor Dinner

Actual preparations for the serving
of the dinner are in the hands of the
ladies of the Eastern Star.
The principal speaker of the even-
ing is to be Dr. J. Bradford Pengelly,
director of the Flint Chvamber of Com-
merce, who will talk on the subject
"The Body and Soul of a City." F.
Roy Holmes, vice-president of tihe,
chamber, will preside, while Shirley
W. Smith, secretary of the uuiversitk,

stantial delegations : 9, expected to
be present from ' o0 localities. A
considerable numb~r .f members of
organizations affiliated with the cham-
ber will also be present, according
to the advance sale of tickets.
Imiu diately before the banquet at
6 o'clock the board of directors and
their wives and several Masons jwill
hold a reception in the Lindenschmnitt
auditorium, iin order that all persons

Will Speak
Electron
and(

on Atomic Structure
'Theory, Mechxanics~
R.-adiativ it y

(:Ucoces dleveloped from former grid- # All-American half back at Yale in ad-
woStn stars? A review of the more, dition to being a great hurdler. Stagg
prominent mentors of the country and Williams collaborated in writing
would seem to indicate that exception-! the first book ever printed on the sub-
'A ability on the gridiron is more or j et of football.
less essential to the= success of the i Pp Warner, now guiding the des-

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coach,. ; umnes or the Stanfordt footbiall machine,
Thre pysiist o naionl rput ITadt Jones was a great player at was at one time a star guard at Cor-
Ti hreelyiist aseofnisonaleute e in hslay. Fisher, Harvard's nell. Lou Young, Pennsylvania coach,
wuil eaheliver5aSumereschofl.ee coach, was a lineman of marked abil- wars captaihi of the team and an ex-
decurngthi95Sumrscolchewl b t. CvnuhnwcocigBsoceptional edwhen playing for Penn-
letueswhc wllbegie b tes w aaaugh nowtoh anptonc ISyvni.Canod,1coaching Rutgers,
men will make the courses to be of- wsa tra atot.Cp.Mc yvna a~(
1 +wen, coach of t he Army, starred with I was a star of the first magnitude at
em l in the physics department, the
most outstanding of any to be offeredi the Gophiers and later was an All- Yale, where he held down a guard po-
in iler nierstis r cllgesthu-American center at West Point. Bez- sition. Dan McGugin, Vanderbilt's
oun othercounverisoncle thein-mr.de~ck of P~enn State in his college (lays coach, was an All-western guard at
outth contryoduring the cser.n was an All-western full back at Chi- Michigan.
atomic structure, Dr. Paul D. Foote, cago. D~obie, Cornell's coach, was an- When questioned as to whether it
o f th e b u re a u " of s a n a d s i W - 1 o th er G o p h er sta r. K n u te R o ck n e, w a s n e ce ssa ry fo r g re a t co ach e s toin t n wi l d iv r a s ie , o 15 e - th f m o s e t r at N re De, a s b g e t p a y s F el n g H Y s , d -
tures. Dr. Wheeler P. Davy, of the a great end lon the Irish eleven. rector of intercollegiate athletics,
Z"research laboratories of the General I l.pke, however, who has turned said, "It is riot an absolute essential
out many a. winning combination for to the success of a coach that he be +
Electric company, Schenectady, N. Y.,I
will give a. series of lectures on x- ray Illinois never made his letter at Wis- a star on the gridiron but it is only
analyses of crystal structures. The f consin. fie developed himself after, reasonable towexpect that theP men whoE
course in sound will be splmete graduating fromt that university, de-j have their heart and soul in their work
by a short series of lectures to be giv- vot ing his attention at. first to coach- and are in addition players of excep-
en by Dr. Harvey F letchrer, of the re- ing high schools. tionai ability have a distinct avn
search laboratories o teAmerican "3it tg
Telephone andi Telegraph company, years coached the M. A. C. eleven, was under fire on the gridiron." s
ofNwYr.a player of no mean ability at Wa- -----
In addition to the elementary cours- bash. Alonzo Stagg, the renownedI]
es wichwillbe ive in he hyschc agoba mentor, was a. star football U N RIY LUH H
swhcwilbgieintepyisand l iasehall player at Yale. Ingwer- UNiE I:L1
dlepartment curing the Summer ses-
sion, Icoussallb ferdh lo, now coaching Iowa, was an All- ln
'.Electron Theory andb Rardiocity" I P ESf DAIIYT
adRdociiy1wetrtakeadahgcl11 00by Prof. A. W. Smith; two courses! at Illinois. 1LU
will.. be given in "Electrical Measure=- AndySmith coahingohe Clifori0 peces are
niets',on b Pofssr mih ndB ears, was an All--Am erican fall back jf n ve'geof 2,0
mens, on b Prfesor Sithan _____________________________ .laundered daily at the University
the other-by Prof. R. A. Sawyer. Pr'of.(i laundry. practically all of it comningE
N.t H.Wlim ilgv oreiSude nt Heaxlth I from the hospital, records show. The1c
can"VumTbsinRdoCmnui ~j1 I laundry is operated asi one' of the sub.-"
caton" GtooduInJanuary1departments of the Buildings andi
Other advanced courses will in- 1(rud eatenadepos5
eLlue:y;"Meaics"y ro . . 'oA; i Student health during January was 1people.

Today's qiuestion: Do yrou believe PENGELLY 'ro SPEAK
that students should own automobiles?
Where asked : The Library. I Reservations for the annual Chain-
The answers: Francis E. Roehm, h er of C'ommerce banquet to be held
'28,--"I feel that in some cases it is I thi evening in the new Masonic tem-
very undesirable, inasmuch as~ auto-1l aebe nieysl ua
mobiles are not exactly conducive to polfv enetrl odot c
study. On the other hand, a car is! corinig to the committee ill charge.
certainly a source of great pleasure T he capacity of the hall has been esti-
and a convenience. If the owxner is mated at. 600, and members who do
able to balance his pleasure with study not have tickets are advised not to
there is certainly no harm in own-E plan oni obtaining them at the door,!
ing a car." as "standing room only" will be the
Pauline Canby, '26,- 1I feel'that the only word to late comners.
student and his parents should de- Thfle members of the University
cide this question. Some students j and, in their yellow and blue uni-
certainly should have them, others do Iformiis, under the direction of Capt.
not care for them, and still others W %ilfred Wilson, will be the guests of
cannot manage themselves, let alone tl ,e chambier at the banquet, and will,
a car." be~ presented with tile silver Sousa.-
Lucillb F. Canby, '26,-"1 do no. plione which has been purchased for
thik hatstdets hold ont- theam. The band will also furnish
thin tha stuent sh theirn atme music thr~oughout the evening, play-
mobiles. They can spend ithear timeni o popular and semi-
much more profitably in' some otherlolamuiangwch ilbe
way. Some rule should be made for "TPhe Victors" and "Danny and His
having automobiles at. the tirne of ' ob os. Robert A. Campbell,
rushing, but a. car is not essential to treyuerof h uieriyhs.n
a student's education." nouniced that preceding the banquet
Margaret Mason, '27,-"No, I do not the band will parade down Williams
believe that ownership of cai's is con- St. to Main, then to Huron St., and
ducive to proper' studying of lessonsI finally back on. Fourth St. to the hail.
ox' attendance at class." Selections by the, University Glee
Stewai't .. Sheff, '27,-"No, I think club quartet, under the direction of
an automobile interferes with a stu- Theodore Harrison, will be a feature
dent's studies too much." of the program.

is to act as toastmaster. Invocation attending the banquet will have a
will be given by Rev. Kenneth Bowen,j chance to inspect the new temple.
pastor of the Church of Christ. I --_______
Other speeches on the programni New h-aven, Conn., Feb. 16.--Wil-
are: "A Word to Hackley" by R. A. liam J, Burns, famous crimuinalogist,
Dolph, past president of the chamber; in an interview with a ,reporter of the
"A Word From Hackley" by Mr. Hack- Yale News, stated. that America was
ley; and "Looking Ahead" by P. P. the most lawless nation in the world.
Woodbridge, executive secretary of; Among his reasons for this he stated
the chamber. that even the schools and colleges are
Specially written community songs not free from the infiuence of radical
will be sung by those present, under propaganda, even professors sometimes
the direction of Kenneth Westerman. being "Communists."
Blocks of tickets have been sold -----
in neighboring ccmmur I es and sub- Pay for your Subscription today.

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Linday;"Het" y Pof.J. . Crk;reportedl as "exceptionally good," in
"Measurements of High, Temperature" the monthly report of the R ealth ser-
by Professor Cork; "Sound" by Prof.- vice issued recently. Dispensary
ID. L. Rich; two courses in "Light",calls amounted to 3885, as compared
by: Prof. W. W. Sleator; "Physical with 3845 in January of 1924, and 4936
Optics" by Professor Sleator; "Atomic in 1923. The low rate is due, accord-
Structure". by, Prof. E. F. Barker; i ng to officials, not 'only to the late
"X-rays" by Professor Lindsay; "Con- { (date of re-.opening of college after
duction of Eleetricity Through Gases" J Christmas vacation -but also to the
by Prof. 0. S; Duffendack; and aI fact that general weather conditions
course in research under the dthree-I have been so constant during the
Lion of Prof. H. M. Randall.' month.
_____- - INo pneumonia cases were reported.
adbut two contagious diseases.
UTHOLC* COU OEN Pharyngitis lead the list of infections,
with 1.65 cases, while head colds were
ITU~ysecondl with 138. Bronchitis cases
rrnu rir U were next in umber, amounting to 61
wil1 ~fl~i~~ SND during the month. A total of 43 pre-
Ser'vices, at 8 o'clock _next Sunday . itizs eefilledi, 116X-aex
morning with the Rev. Father Bourke ;annatloils conducted, and 1.3 opera-
officiating, will mark the first opening' Ion efre.Mdclea i
of the new Catholic students chapel tions amounted to 57.
located -at corner of William and lhr ee2 optllelptet
'.li -soistreets., .t'he chnzrch will from the.. healthl service, during Jan-
be 'dedicated the toilowifg Sunday by jniary, and._84 Infirmary bed patients.
flip Rt. Rev, Michael Gallagher, Room calls were reported as 140.
Btishop of Detroit, assisted by sever--
ai church dignitaries of this vicinity.j
Elaborate prepariationls are being
mad+fe by the Catholic students fox' the LI~EA RP~N 1
formal dedication of the church. Ani
executive -committee and twelve sub- I . 1"GI.
ordinate committees headed b~y Joseph
Fiuim liave been selectedl to complete
the ar rangements. SCHOOL, 01
The chapel is said to be one of the !st
most elaborate student chapels of any Et
secular university in the United States,. w vTerm Bleginninig W
Its estimated cost is $200,000. TheI
architecture of the chapel is of Gothic('lasses Wednesday an
design. Material used in constructing Tuition,. $5.00.
the church was white pi'ess faced
bi'ick ornated by fine cut limestones J PriVdte Lessons
Glover Returns
From Convention
Pr of. James W. Glover of the lathe-
mat f1 s tdepairtment has returned fi'om
vow' Yor k citv where hie attended the
'nnual meeting of the board, of trus-
tees of the Teachers Insurance andII
Annuity association.j
More than 500 edutcational institu-
ions including the Un iversity of Mich-
gan are now relpresented upon thleI
lists of policy holders and aninuitants.-
The association has more than $14,--
000,000 insuraince and $4,000,000 an-
nuity contr'acts ii'iinoce onl tinive- {
city and college teachers in the United
States and Canada.l

To me~et the in-creased demands
which will be :placed upon the laundry
as soon as the new hospital is comn-
pleted, the capacity of the plant Is to
be0 increased by the installation of a
new washer. It will cost .$4,500, and
will do thev work of several machines
cf the type n-ow is use.
Tb*e plant is located on Washington
street. near' the University power
plant," an-d since 1916 has occupied the
biock building in which it is now hous-j
ed. . The equipment includes a steril-
izing machine, six washers, six extrac-
tors, two dyeing tumblers, and water
Mofteners. -
'William V. Skopil, who; is superin-
texndenit of the plant, formerly was in
charge of the laundry at Camp Fun-
ston, a. military camp at Kansas City,E
Mlo., -and previous to that, wvas superini-I
tendent of the laundry at Camp Cust-
eri, enutedl to be the largest laundry
in the ccuntry at that time.
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