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FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OFFER SUMME RE EREKIE IE
SURVEY COURSE
AT CAMP DAVIS SIRNBRlMDC MED
Study in surveying which will be Presentation of the Sternberg medal
offered by the Summer session will in hygiene and public health to
be divided between Ann Arbor and I Geoge Keiper, Jr., '25M, was made at
Camp Davis. l a meeting of junior and senior med-
The work in Ann Arbor will com- ical students yesterday in the west
prise course four in surveying, and amphitheatre of the Medical building.
will be under the direction of Prof. Keiper was awarded the medal be-
I. B. Merrick. Study will cover the, cause of his work in botulinus or food
fundamental uses' of the transit 'and poisoning.
level, and is required of all students The address was made by Dr.
of' engineering, enepting civil en- Claude C. Pierce, director of inter-
gineers. The exercises include linear , state' sanitary district number three,
measurements, the reading of angles, who spoke on "The Interests and
extending straight lines, differential Activities of the United States Public
and profile leveling, simple traverse Health Service." Dean Hugh Cabot of
surveys, and the fundamentals of the Medical school presided.
computing. In order to commorate the memory
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Shull Discovers
Reason For Few
CollegeWeddings
Prof. Franklin A. Shull of the!
zology department has made a great
discovery. He has long puzzled over,
the fact that college men and women
1do not marry as often as other peo-
ple. At last he has found the reason,'
as he announced in his lecture yes-
terdIay.
"Women in general choose to marry
men who are their superiors, but for
college women there are no such men,
hence they rarely marry. The case
for men is almost the same, for men
as a class choose to marry women

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Sofia Conspirators Sentenced

Juniors Sought To
Write Girls Play
Junior women who are interested
in writing a play for submission to
th Junior Girls' play the committee
headed by Caroline Paull, '27, will
meet in the parlor of Barbour gym-
nasium at 4 o'clock Monday after-
noon.
Prof. Donal H. Haines, of the jour-
nalism department, will address the
group.
"It is very important," stated Miss
Paull, "that all women who are plan-"
ning to submit their work attend."
Dr. Margaret Bell of the physical
education department has been called
to Chicago by the illness of her fath-

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At Camp Davis, surveying rrce winI ofti ert iusband, surgeon-general
be taught, embracing azimuth work Sternberg, the widow left a bequest'
plane table, triangulation, hydrogra- several' years ago, the interest of
phic, road, boundary, and stadia sur- which would go to seniors in several
v ys Each student is required to university medical schools each year
completely adjust a transit and level. in the form of a medal. Keiper was
Orlice work includes the computation selected to receive the medal here by!
of field data, the making of maps and a faculty committee of the Medical
diagrams, and the preparation of school.
jiermanent records.
Prof. C. T. Johnson will be camp
ct rector. The staff will include Pro- Alumnae Organize
'fessors C. O. Carey, Hugh Brodie, and In Grand Rapids
Harry Bouchard; and Instructors T.
J. Mitchell, H. J. McFarlan, Edward
Young, and/ G. M. Bleekman. A Junior Alumnae society of the
Camp Davis is located on the South University of Michigan, for which
shore of Douglas lake in Cheboygan only graduates of the years, '22, '23,
J; county on land known as the Bo- and '24, are eligible was formed in
gardus tract. This land with a total Grand Rapids recently. The new so-
area of 3,200 acres is owned by the' ciety, which was founded in the in-
University. terest of the younger women who do
not enjoy entering the larger organ-
GRADUATE LAW ization, has won the support of the
STUDYFA VORED older society as well as that of thej
Syounger women. Madeline Brown,
;. '24, is chairman, and Margaret Dem-
(Continued From Page 1) mon, '24, secretary.
"Moreover, the old distinction be-
tween 'professional' studies and 'non- Union Wants List j
professional' is rapidly disappearing. n
Today the chemist or physicist, the Of Vacant Rooms
historian or the philosopher is apt to

who are somewhat inferior to them-
selves, but as college men can find
no such women, they do not often
marry." And with this cryptic solu-
tion, which really kicks twice, Prof.
Shull leaves the problem.
Students Inspect
Detroit's Plants

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More than eighty students of the
architectural school made a tour of
inspection of several Detroit plants
yesterday. The tour, which was un-
der the direction of Charles A. Bowen,
of Detroit, visited two brick works in
the morning. At noon the students
were the guests of Mr. Bowen at
luncheon.
After the luncheon the party was
divided, one section inspecting the
Pewabic Pottery plant, and the other
going through the Russel Wheel and
Foundry plant.
Church To Hold
Annual Meeting
Holding its third annual reunion,
the vested choir of St. Andrew's
Episcopal church will meet at 5:30
tomorrow evening at Harris hall,
corner of State and Huron streets,
for a supper served by the ladies of,
the church. The supper will be fol-
lowed at 6:30 by a rehearsal which
will be concluded at 7:30 to accom-
modate those who wish to attend the
festival. All past members of the
choir are invited to attend the ban-
quet.
Albany. N. Y., May 21.-Purchase by
Albany Eastern League club of
Egbert Johnson, a right-handed
pitcher, from the Richmond club of
the Virg'inia league for $1000. w t3 an-
nounced last night by Michael Haw-
kins, owner of the Albany club.
Patronizo Daily Advertisers - it
pays. -Ads,.

A number of men have been sentenced to execution and prison
alleged complicity in the outrage, but the Bulgarian government is
seeking "higher ups" responsible for-the explosion in Sofia cathe
in which hundreds were killed. Daska'off (xx), given six years,
Koeff (x), sentenced to death are seen being taken to their prison
chains. Note size of the chains.

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be pursuing graduate wor or a pur-
pose quite as professional as that Rooming house owners in the city
which lures the law student into ad- having rooms available for either
vanced work. Today our better law May Festival or Commencement week
schools are turning out legal scholars are requested to list their accomoda-
and law teachers, and what is per- tions with the Union as soon as possi-
haps of equal importance are sending ble. Men will be at the main desk
to the bar young lawyers not only from 2 to 6 o'clock every day for the
trained in a scientific method but im- rest of this week to receive reserva-
hued with a sense of the social pur- tions that can be had for the above
poses which any sound system of law occasions. Rooms can be listed
must aim to serve.R
"Whatever then may have justified either by phone or in person.
the absence of official aid to graduate ;_ _
work in law through the grant of fel- Cercle Francais
lowships andl scholarships has disap-
peared with the changing methods of Elects Officei s
legal educatin and the more general'
changes which have affected our Mmhcru of the Cercle Francais
views of the objectives of scholar-,'elected the following officers for the
ships.
"The faculty has earnestly discussed comi ar a a eeing held ues-
through several years the general day afternoon in the south wing of

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problem of such development of our University hal: president, E. N.
training in the school as may conduce! Karay, '26; vice-president, Josephine
to a better adjustment between law E. Clark, '26; secretary, Vivian N. La
and the facts of life, to a keener re- Jennesse, '28; and treasurer, T. J.
alization of the functional aspects! Montgomery, '26. Andre B. Delattre,
and purposes of law, and to more of the Romance languages depart-
acute realization on the part of young ment, was chosen as faculty director.
men going to the bar that law exists
only, for social ends and can be justi-
er only insofar as it is adapted to Fl;ers Receive
attai~nig of the highest degree fS d
eneral welfare.

Pride -in your house is
aroused at this import-
ant season-
Flowers will add that_
touch which is requircd
i for a distinctive appear-
ance.
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.- \"A very great change has come over
i he spirit of legal education in this
respect during the last decade, and
this change is due in high degree to
the quiet work which the better law
sschools have been doing during the
last two or three decades," the Dean
states in his report.
FF1MEN Y DYEN CRUSEH
FO0RHLE9ACUEIDEBATES
Judges for the Women's debate
tryouts held Wednesday afternoon
have chosen fifteen women for the
Michigan-Ohio league debate class,
who will meet next fall under the
direction of Mr. G. E. Densmore of
tiopublic speaking department, to
prepare for the annual debate. From
this class the final teams will be
chosen next December.
The debate this year will become a
triangular affair, as Indiana univer-
sity has also entered the league since
last season. One Michigan team will
debate against Ohio, while thte other
will oppose Indiana.
The following women were choser
for the class: Lucille Canby, '26, Mar-
guerite Dutton, '26, Gladys Eastcott
'26, Florence Foster, '27Ed., Josephine
G arst, '26, . Jeniveve Goodman, '26,
Norma Greene, '28, Margardette
SHenekel, '26, Geraldine Knight, '26,
Geraldine Masters, '26, Laura Os-
good, '28, Leona Sherman, '27, Ehiza-
)beth Van Vallenburgh, '26, Geneva
'Wheeler, '26, and Alice Wuerfel, '27
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San Antonio, Texas, May 20.-Dis-
tinguished service medals were
presented today to Lieutenant Harry
'Ogden and Sergeant Alva L. Harvey,
members of the army around the
world flight. Presentation was by
Major John L. Hines, chief of staff,
here inspecting army camps.
Lisbon. May 21.-Capt. Baptista, wio
commanded the rebellious artillery in
the April uprising, and Carlos Oli=
viera, one of the directors , of the
newspaper Seculo, who was arrested
in connection with the revolt, have
escaped.

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