THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY. MARCH 10, 1928
'IE IIT 1 1 ARE ANNOUNCE iirr4,,l!QT
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I EnhuO1 gra1iiflkei.IA On Trophy (up CHICAGO'i x Case (lub ,Forensic :Meet
same one which has been used in before his return, and when hie re-
the preliminary trials. It centers' turns the heirs refuse to recognize
about the heirs of a fiancee whose! the oral agr ement. This material,
lover had deeded his prop~erty to heir accordling to Prof. E. Blythe Stason,
before leaving for the war, withi thel of the Law school, provides excel-
verbal agreement that when he re- lout discussion points, centering
turned, the property should b~e trans- about the mlatter of1 constructive
ferred back to him. The fiancee dies trust.
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Tryouts wanted for Architectural Editor (:f the "Michigan Technic.'
See R. B. Blass, 29A.
Architectural EdI t or.
Tryouts for Oratorical ('i0iilesf
The Northern eague orator'icalI tryouts for sophom ores and juniors will be
Tuesday, March 13, 'at 4 p.m., fourth floor Angell H-all, instead of Monday.
Phy silogical Chiemistry 20)1:
I will not be able to meet the class in Physiological Chemistry 201 on Sat-
urday morning, March 10.
HI. B. Lewis.
Hens' Education Club:
The club will meet Monday, March 12, at 7 o'clock in Room 302 Michigan
Union. Professor Raleigh Schorling will summarize the outstanding features
of the National Education Association meeting at Boston.
There will be a meeting- of the House Presidents, Saturday morning at
o'clock, in Room 110 of the Library. There will be no cards sent.
3umrDrmtcSoit:Your pins are here. Plleaso get th~m from Helen Vos immediately.
Itlinmer Coffmanm, President.
ENROLLMENT STILL OPE)
More than ninety have registered in
the Union 1 0-m le swin which was
announced a short time ago. This was
the total at the end of the second day
of registrat ion anad already exceeds
the total number that registered last
i cear tor the event.
The r esult of the completion of the
requirements, that they swim 10 miles
in the Union pool between March 15
and June 1, will be the engraving of
their names on the large silver 10-
mile swim cup that was donated for
a similar contest last year.
Any member of the Union, who was
not one of the successful contestants
last year,* is eligible for entry this
year. Not less than 25 yards, the
length of the pool, nor more than one-
half mile. may be swum in one clay.
Registration will close on Wednesday
The~ cup was donated last year b~y
Novak and Sons, a jewelry firm in
,Detroit, chiefly due to the efforts of
William Novak, '24, who was interest-
ed in the building of the poo0l during
his residence in the University. Spe-
cial medals for those who complete
the requirements will also be pre-
sented. The time for the swims to
ibegin will be March 15.
years preliminary work, a men's
Union for the university seems to be
TERRE HAUTE -
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S,,45i4' ' ATLANTA
Two new airmail routes, starting'
from Chicago, are to be established in l
' the immedliate future, it, has been an-
nounced by officials in chiarge of this
department of the mail service.
The first will extend from Ch icago)
to Atlanta, Ga., via Terre Haute and
lEvansville, hnd., Nashville, aad (Chat-
tanooga, Tenn., with a spar from
Evansville to St. Louis. The second1
Iwill operate from Chicago to Bay City,
1Mich, via South Bend, lnd., Kalama-
zoo, Lansing, Flint, and Saginaw,
Mich., with spurs from Kalamazoo to
Pontiac, Mich., via Battle Creek,
Jackson, Anin Arbor, and Detroit, and
to Muskegon, Mich., via Grand Rapids.
PURDUE.-All honor students are
henceforth to be permitted an un-
limited number of bolts, accordling to
an announcement from the dean's of-
AWARDS ARE OFFERED
Finals in the second year case club
contests will be held Friday after-
noon, April 20, at 4:15 o'clock in
the lounge of the Lawyers' club, it
was announced yesterday. The con-
testants this year will be George B.
Christensen, '29L, and "William A.
Miller,"'29L, of the Holmes club againstI
Robert M. Kerr, '29L, and James I.
Johlnscn, '291,, of the Story club.
The above ren were selected
throughl various inter-club contests,
after which judges who had heard all
the cases in each group of two clubs
selected competitors for the semi-
finals in which the men who are to
arrane in the finals were selected.
JudIges have not beeni arrangedl fobY
j~et. buit it is expected that at least
one maze of1=nationail prominence and
onie or two men of state-wide note
in the field of law will ,be present to
sit in the case. The prizes consist
of$10 $100 of which will be divided
between the winners and the balance
to be divided between the runners-
up. In addition, medals will be given
to those who participate in the fin-
als. The cash awards were made pos-
sible through a fund established by
the Detroit law firm of Campbell,
Bulkley, and Ledyard, in memnory of
Henry M. Campbell, '08, the income
of which is used annually for these
The case to be discussed is the
S"The Pride of Ann Arbor"
Opposite Wucrth Theater
FRENCH and DANISH
The frosting, the light substan-.
tial shell, and the rich filling
combine to make a delicacy fit
for a king and you.
Fancy Birthday Cakes Made to Order
Radio Mlusic Lunches Private Booths
Formation tonight at 7 O'clock at the Field house to play for the
wrestling match. Roll will b)e taken. Bring your coupri books. Uniform
Gilbert ll. Saltonstall, Assistant M\-anager.
ScaiJl) and Blade Ten :
Important meeting Sunday, March 11, at 2:30 p .Ro 32Uin
IL B. Blass.
College of Literahture, Science, and the Arts-Prospective Students in Libraryj
All Juniors, now enrolled in the College of Literature, Science, and the
.Arts, who expect to enter the School of Library Science in the fall of 1,928,
are requested to call at once at the Recorder's office, Room 4, IUniver-sity
Florence lMolir, Recorder.
ENTRANCE REQUIREMENT CONFLICT
CVAUSES "AN1N A RBOR WAR" OF 1859
A glim-pse into the past shows thait I the war"' was on.
friction over entrance examinations; After columns on columns of edi-
to the University has not always been tcrials, in which the "little, juvenile,
confined to the present (lay, but the : professor of history" and the "an-
interesting information is disclosed cient professor of Greek" were i-t
that they were the innocent causes vidually and together anathematized,
of what was known as tho "Ann Ar-, and half a dozen letters published in
bor war," back in 1859. The~ Argus and the Detroit Free Press,
It all began with a report from the redoubtable .editor apparently
the medical faculty depreciating the came off the victor, the struggle hav-
value of Greek and Latin to students ihg lasted three months.
of medicine, and recommending tha t
they should no longer be requ j 'ed of lol
applicants for admission. The editor
of the Ann Arbor Journal took up
the matter and discussed it a~t length,
claisir~ing that nothing of value had
been written in Greek for more than'
2000 years, that it required -twice asCoe
long to learn Greek as it did Latin,
and that, while Latin iudoul ted ly'
was of much service in the study o'
French and in other ways, neither;
subject was absolutely necessary to
the study of medicine. They were,,
he said, "too much like Dr. Frank-
lin's whistle: though valuable? in it-
self, it costs more than it conies to."I
In the same issue, the fiery editor,
sharply criticised a lecture on "Rus-
sia" by a professor of history inl the,
The professor of Greek took the
article as a pers-onal attack on him-Aft
self, as if, according to the editor,
"-he had been educated upon a tailor's\,
bench and understood sewing n
pantaloon-snaking more than (I ie ek, Am
and that he was an 01(1 granny, not T U W
properly speaking a man." The pro-
fessor 'of history was also .arousedl
and retorted warmly through the
columns of The Argus, a rival paperci,
calling the Journal editor "an anceieint,
patriarch-a contemporary of Peter
the Great, bred before the age (ot
Colt's. pistols arid six-shooters." And=
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