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TEACHERS WILL HEARl
CONSERVATION TALKS
- Lectures Relative To Forestry Week
Will Be Delivered This Morning
.To Schoolmasters

SUCCEEDS EXILED STU)
SOVIET MINISTER'

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YOUNG WILLBE SPEAKER
Apropos American Forestry Week,
being celebrated throughout the Unit-
ed States this week, the biological con-
ference of the Michigan Schoolmas-
ters convention will be devoted to

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conservation.
This morning at 9 o'clock, P. S.
Lovejoy, chief of the game division of
the Michigan department of Conser-
vation will present a lecture on wild
life conservation. He will be follow-
ed by Walter Hastings, bird photo-
grapher and naturalist, who will
speak on "Wonder Isle,"-Isle Royal.
His lecture will be illustrated with
steroptican slides. "Forest Conserva-
tion in Michigan" will be presented be-
fore -the delegates by Pof. Leigh J.,
Young of the School of Forestry and
Conservation. Professor Young was
formerly director of the department
of Conservation of the State of Mich-
igan.
MAKE PLANS FOR
CHEERINGSECTION

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General Warasehuliar
Who has 'succeeded the exiled Leon I
Trotsky as new minister of war 'for l
soviet Russia.
Contest Elimination
To Begin Next Week
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Preliminary elimination contests in
the Tphomnas E. H. Black oratorical
contest will begin either Wednesday

More t
the class
ords wer
in schoo
an exten
recently
Forsythe
Health S
to detern
age stud
lege. Th
three gro
erary stu
sionals.
were law
dents, an
There N
in the pe
m-ade by
ing the
averager
made by
students
the four
of dispen

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE TH
DY MADE BY HEALTH SERVICE French Societ!Will BIBLE POSSESSED BY JOHN ALDEN
TO DETERMINESTUDENT ILLNESS;- IS OWNED BY DESCENDENT HER
Give Play 'Thursday-
han 375 students, members of dents in the professional group is a-sWhen John Alden took Priscilla ed it down to her daiugiter, who n
of 1927, whose health rec- bout 20 per person. No significant s Concluding Event mullins suggestion to "speak for him. possesses it.
e complete for the four years differenece was shown in the number _ _self" more than 300 years ago, he had Duriug the centuries of the bibl
4 were usea as a basis for of dispensary calls per person made Le Cercle Francais, campus French in his possession a bible which he existence much has been collected
sive study of student health during each year of the college has chosen to resent as its had brought with him when he came each generation, but many of the e
completed by Dr. Warren E. course. from England in 1620 on the Mayflow- tents have been lost, It has, ho
,director of the University Statistics of hospital cases were twenty-first annual play, "Le Docteur er. Today this same bible is in the ever, a recond of all the descendan
ervice. The study was made made up on the basis of hospital days Miracle," by Francis de Croisset and possession of one of the descendants of the Alden family as well as se
nine the health of the aver- per hundred students. These statis- Robert de Flers. This will be the con- of Priscilla and John, a resident of eral pages of the Pilgrim Primer, 1
ent during four years of col- tics were not compiled according to cluding feature on the yearly pro- Ann Arbor. first American printed bible. At C
e students were divided into the grouping for the first set, but gram of the society. When Alden died, his son, Joseph, time there was a collection of pal
ups for the comparison: lit- were made up according to year in "Le Docteur Miracle" is considered acquired the holy book, ano he in turn money from the earliest printed
dents, engineers and profes- school regardless of course. It is one of the best plays created by the left it to his son, Isaac. Mercy Alden this country, but most of this has be
Included in the last group shown by these figures that for the joint efforts of these two well known j Packard, the only daughter of Isaac, lost.
vyers, dentists, medical stu- freshman about 42 hospital days per French authors. It was first produc- received the bible upon her fathers' Much of the Alden family colli
d pharm'acy students. hundred students was the average. ed in 11926, in Paris, and met with death. From the fourth generation tion is now in museums in New Yo:
was practically no difference This figure dropped to about 36 dur- instant .and lasting success. It was until the eighth it was in the posses- One collection which has been giv
rcentage of dispensary calls ing the sophomore year and then as- during that year< that Robert de Flers, sion of the Packard family. Upon the to a museum consists of the hats tI
the groups of students dur- cended to 64 and 65' hospital days' per perhaps the better known of the two death of Giles Chitenden Packard, the were worn by the Alden family. 0
four years of school. The hundred students for the junior and collaborators, died. "Le ;Docteur Mi- grand-father of the present posses- hat from each generation, with t
number of calls per student, senior year. According to Dr. For- racle," therefore, is the last play to sor, Anna Bingham Packard, his name of the owner on it, has be
literary and engineering sythe, this variation in figures raises come from his pen, daughter inherited it, and then pass- preserved.
was pproximately 14 during a question as to whether the student, The story of the play deals with
years. The average number during four years in cbllege learns the discovery by a certain doctor of
sary calls made by the stu- the value of proper medical treatment. an elixir which sucesPsfulv rolon1,s

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BRITISH PHYSICIAN Onderdonk Will Give
VISITS UNIVERSITY Lecture On Tolsto
Col. Needham, physician in the Brit-
ish Army and Chief Medical Admin- Dr. Francis S. Onderdonk of the
istrator of all the Medical Schools in architectural college will deliver an
India wasaghUillustrated lecture on Tolstoy's life
ndia wash arguest of the Utniversity and teachings at 4:15 o'clock today in
Medical school recently. Col. Need- room 231 Angell hall as the second
ham, who served in the British Ar- of the Tolstoy Centenary lecfre ser-
my during the war, is making a sur- ies.
vey of American Medical. Schools and The same talk has been given by
colleges. He is especially interested Professor Onderdonk in International
in the State Universities and the re- House, New York, as well as in Union
lation of the State to the school be- City and Battle Creek. In it he will
cause in India the schools are under show slides which are rieproductions
the control of the Indian State. The of illustrations from R. Fulop-Muller's
appointments are made by the gov- new book, "The Unknown Tolstoy."
ernment and the schools are admin- The photographs were collected in
istrated by gubernatorial officials., Russia after the war.
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or Thursday next

Plans for the cheering section which Prof. Richard D.
will be arranged again next fall in speech departmen
connection wyith the football games the contestants.
are proceeding satisfactorily, accord- Drawings fon p
ing to an announcement made yester- g
day by Student council officials. Plans Mary contest will
for allowing present students to sign May 1. It is on t
for places in the section this spring, scripts must be ha
without wejing for the opening of. Hollister will be
school next fall, are practically com- hall trom 4 to 5
pleted, it was stated, and tentative
plans for circulanizing next year's pose and to supe
freshman class during the summer are fo places in the p
are also being laid. The final cont
The cheering section next year will week later, it is pl
probably -be larger than in the past, ner will go a pr
it was announced, with 1200 seats re- gold medal, while
served for students entering the bloc., will be made to#
The fact that a large portion of all second. Robert3
other student seats will be behind the ceived the first a'
goal posts next fall is' expected by the first contest,
officials of the Athletic association to deer, '29, finished
increasethe demand for cheering sec- competing in the
tion seats. year.

weel4 according to
T. Hollister of thej
nt who is coaching
laces in the prelim-
be made Tuesday,
hat day that manu-
anded in. Professor
in room 302 Mason
'clock for that pur-
rvise the drawings
.reliminary contests.,
est will be held a
anned. To the win-
rize of $100 and a
e an award of $50
the student placing
J. Gessner, '29, re-1
,ward last spring in
and Jarl A. An-
second. Andeer is
contest again this

all U 1 W IH t ,l.'l,,.O:.'*tAlliy pri a
average human life to a span of eightSpe dd A
a man;g .Splendid Ai
or nine hundred years. The handlingY
of this difficult subject has been re- Those who use artists' m
markably ingenious on the part of itsI
two authors, and the play itself, far good place to buy them.
from being confined to any one type quality materials in which
of action, embodies comedy, horror,
satire, mystery, philosophy, and ether- ARTIST8' X
eality. Canvas
The cast for the presentation of the Academy Board
play by the Cercle has already been ; Water Color In Tubes
chosen and will be announced short- Water Color Boxes
ly. The presentation will take place Stencil Outfits
next Thursday at the Mimes theater. Artist's Brushes
The admission price will be 75 cents, Oil Colors In Tubes
and tickets will be on sale at Wahr's
book store starting nextaTuesday. 50 I!WEN
cents of the price will be allowed on
associate membership cards of the Phone 6713
Cercle.
RAE
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LOUISE FAZENDA
'FOOTLOOSE WIDOWS'
CHARLIE CHASE COMEDYad ,

rt Materials
materials find Wenzel's a
We have a good stock of
you'll be interested.
WATERIALS
Canvas Board
Stretcher Pieces
Fitted Oil Color Boxes
Art Stencil Sets
Pastels
Clay Moulding Outfits
Oil
EEy'y
207 E. Libert~y St.

$1.25 one
Leave Ann Arbor
8 A. M. 12
4 P.M. 8
Stop at Union 5 Minutes
THE BLUE F
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DELUXE MOTOR COACHES
Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Toledo
Terminals--Ann Arbor, City Pharmacy
rYpsilanti, Huron Hotel
Toledo, Interurban Station
way, $2.25 round trip
Leave Toledo
Noon 8 A. M. 12 Noon
P.M. 4 P. M. 8 P. M.

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COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
will find the Packard Restaurant
bigger and better than ever.
703 Packard St.

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We also have nice Roasting and Stewing
Chickens.I
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MAY FESTIVAL
Ann Ar bor, May 16, 17, 18, 19

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Portable
Phonograph
$30.00
New Precisionl ytotor
See Is for the L;atest Music
OR Colunida, Records
Alimendinger s
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305 Maynard St.

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NOW-TODAY AND SATURDAY
1NAHO~CK, T*7-
RUDOLPH SCHItLDKRAtJr :.. 2
AND VJU OdCGHAM
-ALDDE I-- :. J,.
CUlIIS AT TE ORGANt
NES - COMEI)Y
4 Big Days, Starting Saturday
Starring IRENE RICH
The Siver Slave

With AUDREY FERRIS-JOHN MILJAN
SHE STOLE HER NOTIHER'S LOVER

tone Interpreta-
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"Broadway's Aphrotiites"
ROMANC E-LRILLS-BEAUTY!
TOMOROW
Bebe Daniels in "Feel My Pulse"

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March 2, 1928

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and HIS REVUE OF 1928

She's every young wife-
He's every young husband
--The comic story of their
domestic tragedies is the
best laugh picture yet!

with

CARMEN ROOKER
Entire Act Staged and Produced by Mr. Janis

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Stage Presentation

ALSO
KARIL WiEDERIOLD'S MICHIGAN ORCHESTRA
KINOGRAMS

JANIS

Mr. Charles A. Sink,
President, University Musical Society,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.

HAROLD

LORING, Organist

Dears Mr. Sink:
Thanks for advance announcement of the
Annual May Festival. Congratulations on
the list of artists and choral works to be pre-
sented.
The Ann Arbor May Festival means
much in musical life of this state, and always
compares most favorably with any other festi-
val given in this country.
Wishing you and Mr. Moore the contin-
ued success which you deserve, I remain

SHOULD , SECOND HUSBANDS

COME FIRST !

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