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'THE MICHIGAN DAILY FAG

"COOK AS CENIUS
:Arctic Explorer Believes That Cook
1las As God Claim To D~iscovery
Of Pole As Peary
RECALLS DASH TO POLE
FORT WORTH, Tex., Feb. 13.-'Dr.
Frederick A. Cook "is a genius" in
the'estimation of Capt. Roald Amund-
sen, and "no matter what he may or
may not have done in business, de-
serves the respect of the American
people for his intrepid explorations.
Dr. Cook may not have discovered the
pole, but Commander R. E. Peary also
may not have, and the former has as
'good a claim as the latter,: Capt.
Amundsen. said here.
"I don't know whether he deserves
to be imprisoned or not," Amundsen
sa4t "To me he was always a genius.
When we were young men together in
a Belgian antarctic expedition, 'I said
that if any man ever reached the
north pole it would be Dr. Cook. .'
"luz 1909 Dr. Cook came back from
the North as the discoverer of the
pole.:-I was among those who greeted
him. at Copenhagen. He began im-
mnediately to put the story of his dis-
covery and explorations in writing.
Later, Commander Peary returned
witlk his clai'm of discovery and an at-
tack on Dr. Cook's claims. The ulti-
mate' result was disgrace for Dr.
Cook.
"I have read Dr. Cook's--story and
I Iave read Peary's. In Peary's
story I have not found anything of
consequence not covered already by
Dr. Cook," the explorer said.
BELiFAST.-Harland and Wolf, ship
builders are prepar'ingx to build a ne.

Present Portrait To University

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WELFARE WORKERS
UPEN STATE MEET

} y 1 Than 10 Social Serv-ice Workers
11111 Arrive In Ann Arbor Today
For Tri-Annual Coniference
WILL INSPECT HOSPITAL'
M Iore than 100 social service work-
ers from all parts of the state will
arrive in Ann Arbor this morning for
their tri-annual conference at the
jUniversity hospital. The nroozrar

and Alice Walker, director of sodaffl lhfhlI 1ril
~service at Harper hospital, Detroit ad-REin Iw n n n
drssngthe gathering on that sub- [PORT UISHOW" HElL II
ject.flflIl
The Ann Arbor arrangements are in GO UIGAT
charge of Dorothy Ketchum, social
service director at the University hos-
pital. Health conditions for the month of
I ~January were generally good, accord-1
ing to the report issued yesterday by
Ann Arbor M an, Dr. 'Warren E. Forsythe, director of
T the Health service.
L eads M.eetinlg As has been the case for the past
several months, pharyngitis and head
" The Principal as a Supervisor," colds were the most numerous diseas-
was the subject of a discussion led by es cared for at the infirmary, most of
Prof. Raleigh Schorling, principal of the 107 bed patients suffering from
University high school, at a meeting one of these maladies. There were
of the Southeastern Michigan Round ialso more than 50 cases of both
Trableat Mt. Clemens Yesterday. Thesiutsan bronchitis reported.

PLATOON SCHOOL SYSTEM
ADVOCATE TO TUL HERE
Motion pictures ot the Detroit pla-
toon school system -will be shown, and
explained by Charles L. S-pain, '93,
Deputy superintendent of Detroit
schools at 7 o'clock Monday night in
room 306 of the Union, under the aus-
pices of the Men's Educational club.
The film will show the plan of the
platoon schools and views of the comi-
plete process in operation.
LONDON.-A large part of England
again is under water.

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consists of a tour of the hospital, fol- Round Table is an organization of
lowed by a luncheon meeting at 2j high school executives of the state.
o'clock.J Registrar Ira M. Smith, Prof. J. B.
The meeting will take up the discus- I Ldmonson, inspector of high school-,,
sign of the relationship of community and L~. L. Forsythe, principal of the
agencies, Bertha A. House, director of Ann Arbor high school, also attended
I the social service bureau at Pontiac, the session.
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An autographed portrait of Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands. is
to be presented 'to the University to-day. The {queen is pictured in the
above photograph, with the prince consort, H-enry of Mecklenburg, leaving
the royal castle at lloo, after the recent celebration of their silver weddinig
anniversary..

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Harvard Students
To Study Aviation
CAM\BRIDGE, Feb. 12-For the
third successive year the government
is offering a course in aviation for
students living near Boston. This
year 2: Harvard students are en-
rolled.

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