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PREPARE LEAFLETS
FOR NEWSTUDENT~
Pamphlets Describing College Life Ti
Be Sent To Prospeetlve
freshmen
COOPERATION SOUGHT
Pr'eparation of pamphlets of instruc
lbin and information for use of en
tering students is under way unde
the' direction of the registrar's office
The folders, ranging in size from 1
to 16 pages, will be ready for distri
bution within a few weeks, it is ex
peted, and will be mailed to students
planning to enter the University i
September.
Comment will be made in the fold
ers concerning opportunities for sel
help, fees and expenses, and board an
lodgings, along with detailed informa
tion as to possible courses of study
General requirements for admissio
to the University will be outline
with special mention of the function
of the various undergraduate college
and their requirements for admission
Cooperation of entering student
will also be sought in eliminating the
confusion of registration week, whic
is occasioned by the requirement tha
all students must pass a physical ex
amination before being admitted t
the iUnmverity. To this end, arrange
ments have been tnade to allow a
many students as find it possibe, t
report for the 'physical examinatio
during the summer. The Health ser
vice will be open for this purpos
from 1 to 2 o'clock daily, except Sat
urdays, throughout the summer unti
Aug. 13.
"The committee charged with the
publication of the pamphlet," Regis-
trar Ira M. Smith announced yester
day, "is open to suggestion as to fur
ther material which should be includ
ed in such a pamphlet to be maile
to entering students before their ar
rival here."
COMMERCIAL HANDLING
OF ENERGIES EXPLIE
E~Rplaining the manufacture, sale
and distribuition of gas, steam, an
electrical energy, motion picture
produced by the Rochester Gas an
Electrical corporation were show
yesterday afternoon in Natural Si
ence auditorium before the studen
branch of the American Institute o
Electrical Engineers,
The story of the production of elec
tricity was told by schematic dia
grams representing the various part
of the generator, the electrical cir
cuit, and magnetic lines of force. Th
Rochester company obtains powe
from Genesse river which has fou
distinct fails in the city of Roches-
ter, as well as from steam turbines
which supplement the river power i
the low water seasons.
The second reel of the pictures
portrayed the distribution of electric-
1lpowerboth by diagrms and by ac-
tual views of the transporting appar-
atus. Reduction of the high voltages
which are maintained for efficien
transportation by the means of trans-
formers was explained by schematic
representations of the iron magnets
coils of wire and magnet lines of
force.
COND MANUSCIPTS
OBANDBY KARTYARC
Cambridge, Mass,, eb. 26.-Har-
yard university has recently acquired
several of the most prized of the orig-
inal manuscripts of Joseph Conrad.

Among them are the initial part of his
first manuscript of "Lord Jim," and
the diary which the great Polish nov-
elist kept on his trip up the Congo
into the center of Africa in, 1890. The
diary is in pencil and gives a frag-
mentary account of this trip which
resulted in his writing the "Heart of
Darkness." The acqusitions have been
placed on view in the treasure room of
Athe university.
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r discussion will deal with the race Apple and Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream
problem as it exists at the University. Coffee Milk Tea
Buckeye innerses Continuous from 12:30 to 8:00 P. M. Phone Saline 63
May Record Songs
-DELAWARE, 0., Feb. 26.--The Glee
club of Ohio Wesleyan university, by
t winning the Ohio intercollegiate glee1_
club contest, has earned for itself =
the right to represent Ohio at the na- a iiia
tional contest at New York. They
fhave received an offer from the Bruns-!wc Phngah omayt al wV JY
wick Phonograph company to make21.eer r
records for sale particularly to alum-
i and friends of the school. an Caram el
PARIS.--Andre Picard, author of
"Jeunesse" and "Mon 1loumme," died
recently.
rn.RThis week's delicious
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the humorous myth that anchors
were necessary for Fords this -i
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