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FRIDAY, MARCH 5,1926-

"TU'G' NATr"T -l A NT T N A TT V

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HONOREDBY STAFF

UI. S. Steel Mayi

Lose Judge Garyl High Grades
A re Received
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Museum iHead Andd ('ursa u'lPresentied
11'itli Guts. At R egu la r Weekly
Cclloqt uuii
SERVICE APPRECIATED
Presentation was m ade yesterday
afternoon by staff members of the
Museum of an offer for a portrait of
himself to Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven,
director of the museum, andl of a silv-
er loving cup to Norman A. Wood,
curator of birds. The evl.tnt took
place at the weekly colloquium of
staff members and graduate students
of the institution.
Themessage to Dr. Rutliven, sign-
ed b more than a dozen members
of the museum. staff, came as a result
of the fear by sonmc that he would ac-1
cept ,a position elsewhere, but which
he :declined. The letter asserted,
"as a feeble expression of the joy
we have in the anticipiation of your
contned service with us, we wish
to state that Mr. Leon A. Makielski
has consen ted, 'at your and his con-
venience, to make your portrait, which
we beg you to accep~t." The work of
Mr. Makielski, instructor in drawing
and painting in the engineering col-
lege, is familiar in Alnn Arbor, a (is-
play of some of his portraits of fac-
ulty'limembers having appeared at thr:
Libratry last year.
Dr. Ruthven, who obtained his de-
gredof doctor of philospoby from the
University in 1906, has been director
of the museum since 4911.
The loving cup was presented to
Mr.WAood, in, appreciation of his 31i
years of association with the mnus-
eunm,'during which time he has estab-
lished a reputation as one of Mich-.
iganis leading ornithologists. The .ol-

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'Gutiwhe xplains
Crude Carvings
Of .Indian Stone
That the boulder found near Van-
couver recently With crude carvings
on it is an excellent example of In-
dian petroglyphic technique and that'

the probable age of the discovery isI conclusion were verified it would up-
the opinion of Dr. Carl D. Guthe, of, set the 'present theories of the age
the museum of anthropology, of man on earth.
The animals engraved on the bould-t Accordii--g to Dr. Guthe, it is quite
er are thought to have great spikes as possible to interpret the "spikes~
growing from their backs and Van-j as entirely similar to those found on
Indian petroglyphs, which have beefs
couver archaeologists infer that 'per- discovered comparatively recently.
haps the Indianus who carved the fig-__________
ures may have been familiar with din-
osaurs, brontosauri, and other sci-! Little investment--big returns, The

Decspite more than two hours of
I practice daily in the three months pre-
: edhig the opening performance of the
Union opera, "Tambourine," 11 per
cent of al,,the marks received by the
60 men participating in th-e cast and
choruses were "A's". One member of
the Girls' chorus received an all-A
record in the five courses he was tak-
Of these same 230 courses pursued
b~y the stage aspirants, 32 per cent
were recorded with a grade of "B"
and~ 41 per cent with "C". Nine per
cent of the marks were "D's", and five
ercent were either incompletes or
late grades.
Only two per cent of the marks re-
ceivedl by the entire company of cast,
choruses, orchestra and committees!
were 4"E's"
Unsatisfactory grades for the sec-
and semester last year eliminated sev-
eral hundred tryouts from "Tambour-
ine" when practice was resumed in
the fall. Mid-semester reports dur-
ing practice 'last semester also hin-
deredl several of the candidates.
Of the courses taken by the 24 men
in the orchestra, 13 per cent were
"A's", 23 per cent were "B's", 51 per
cent were "C's", and 13 per cent "D's".
Let The Daily sell it- for you, thru
tne Classified columns.--Adv.
DETOITTHEATRES
I D THOIS WEEK

it is impossible to ~efinitel~y ascertain entific-mythological animals. If this Daily ClassifieQs.-Adv.

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With rumors afloat in Wall str eet that Elbert 11. Gary intends to re-
sign as chairman of :the b)oardI of th e United States Steel corporation,
largest industrial enterprise in the w orld, Nathan L. Miller, former gover-
nor of New York, is being suggeste (I as the man likely to succeed him.
Mr. Miller became general counsel o f the company last November. Mr.
Gary has been head of the corpora tion since its oganization 25 years
ago.
Hobbs Speaks To I{,ok in furthering arrangements 'for
*j the Greenland expedition which he
Clubs And Alumni will direct next summer. Ort Tuesday
h le addressed alumni at a luncheon
Prof. William H-. Hobbs of the geo-) in Indianapolis, and Wednesday he
logy department returned yesterdayI spoke before the Adventurers' club of
from a trip which included Dayton,1 of Chicago.
Indanaoli, ad hicgowhee h IOn Monday Professor Hobbs con-
Indianapolis, adCiao hr efre with the officers at McCook
field, Dayton, with reference to equip-
lection of birds under his care and ment for next summer's Greenland
study numbers thousands, expedition.

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