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Aviator To Circle DR. F~ORSVTHE CLAIMS PRESENT EPIDEMIC TO BE ONE OF SOMETHTING MORE 'THAN ORLDINARY CAJDSF
gl be N xt ±o s Differing yesterday with Dr. X. A. jously than ordinary colds and that I ary cold. Dr. Foiesythe mtent ;ned 'with which the individual happens to
G1-eN x A g sscss fi ee rada hehath extreme high temperatures reg- be attacked
Wessinger's recent statement that csso eetee ttehat istered by patients, the frequency of fie advised all persons suiffering
__________ the present country-wride epidemic isI service as influenza. Dr. Wessingerl,
... complications, sines nfection, anid from cold infections to report for
v~~ one of ordinary calds andi not infln- is health officer for the city of Ann Pprostration, and pointed to high Pa- meicl attention imniediately and
enza, Dr. Warren E. Forsythe, head Arbor. taliies caused by a similar infection !to spend more than the ordinary a-
01~o the University health service, said! Giving reasons for taking the ittteUiest optl epr-muto ieo etn ako
that it had.:. ":. . to be take more ser- fection more seriously than ant.ordl- itrsfrti netoacrigter et To recuperate succ8ssfi1
} to Dr. Forsythe, range anywhere from Ily from!. this disease takes about twice
106to 105 depending on the virulence !as long as usual, he said.
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FLEISCHMANIS DIRECTOR
oi ),4a:l1(Cast IWith Holbrook Blin
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After Successfu2l To1r,
Briskc sales for,' "The Play,'s The
Thiing", to b~e presented 11n Mimes
1.heater, tomorrow, rTh~ursday, Fri-
dlay ndl Saturday nights. by Play
Prodluction, marJedl the opening o.
the ticket sale yesterday at Wahr's
Look store and the box-ofice at
Mimes theater, according to Earl
Fleischman, of the departmeant of
speech, and director of the activities
of' Play Production.

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Drawing the cast from the entire
a;'"ray of" campus talent instead of a
small group of players, Mr. Fleisch-
man hais gathei red l : num'ber of well
known campus actors and actresses
for the new endeavor. Richard Woell-
hraf, for example, a graduate student,
Nvill play the part of Sandor Tu ral,.
1..ide famouls by Holbrook llinn. Op-
posite \Woellhaf In the role of Ilona
Szal)a1, will he Minna Miller, graduate
studentl and foraner head of the
Junior Girl's play. Among the other
members of the cast are Samuel Bon-
nrel, '21 d., as Mansky, Charles Holdl-
en, '29, playing Adama, Fred Grand-
all, '28, as Diverniticheck Charles
Peake, in. the role of Almady, and
George W. Johnson, '30, as Mell.
Great effort was exerted by Mr.
Fleischrian in order to get the rights
to produce the. play-in Ann Arbor, as
the original cast with Holbrook Blinn
and the rest of the star company is
at present' appearing on Broadway in
Nfe W York City, after completing a
successful tour of many cities all
over the country, Including Detroit,
where It was exceptionally well re-
ceived.
Th1e Molnar dvraa in itself =s sa-
tirical and sophisticated comedy, un-
usual to say the least. To illustrate
its uniqtue qualities, for example, one
act has three digferent endings, by
three different members of the cast.
An old1 Italian castle is provided as-
the setting for the presentation.
REPRESENTATIVES FROM
'ICOLLUGES OF MICHI11GAN

Julio Riiizde A ida,
Is now in New YFork maturingI
plans for an around-the-world fi At,
next August. He was the pilot o,
the Ne Plus Ultra, the first plane to
fly from' Seville to Buenos Alires,
and hopes to continue his efforts suc-l
cessfully in his next attempt.
GIVEN TO LIB3RARY
Regent William L. Clements ha s
presented a. painting by Benjamrin
West, famous American artist, de-
picting the death of General Wolfe at!
Quebec to the Clement Library. The
painting will. be added to the large
collection of Americana in the Li-
brary.
Originally the possession of the
Counts Waldeck since 177+6, the
painting was brought to America
some weeks ago, and was placed on
exhibition at the Bottomweiser Gal-
leries in New, York. There Regent
Clements saw it and purchased it. to
add to the American history collec-
tion in the library,
The painting is from khe brush
at the battle on the Plains of Abra-
ham, above Quebec. when in 1759
the British captured the city, and
consequently the whole of Canada,
from the French. General Wolfe lies
wounded in the arms, of companions
centered in the midldle of the l'-
ture, while in the background troops
can be seen fighting for possession
of the city.
The painting is from the inrushr
of Benjamin West, of Philadelphia,
who was the first American painter
to win recognition in Europe. Con-
trary to the tradition of his lay, he

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TO FORVIMiQDI.L LAU 1 breakting the classical''tradition ~taen
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Resemling in every way the corn in Roman. armor or flowing togas..
position of the meeting of the league The King of England, George Ili.
of nations, a group of delegates from shared in the disapproval to whichi
12 colleg-es in the Ktate of Michigaan, West was subjected, but the picture
including more than 30 delegates from of General Wolfe was bought by
the University. of Michigan, will meet Lord Grosvenor and placed on ptib-
in the main assembly room in the leg- 1cehbto.Giaulytep ne
islattire, Saturday, May 12, in what ,wo nhsatc rcgiin fo
is to be known as a model assembly of 'the British. King George ill changed
the league of nations, according to his mind about the picttirc and ord-
Theodore P. Ryan, 128L, general( ered West to paint a duplicate to
chairman of the event. The assembly { han~g in his palace.
is being held under .the auspices and l
direction of the Non-partisan league
of nations association.
Thie plans call for the opening ofj
the(, convention by a banquet to be held
Friiday ni.ght preceding the main ses-
,ion, in the Union memorial building.
George W. Wickersham, attorney gen-.
cral of the United States under Presi-
dlent Taft, will deliver the main ad-Loetn heH h
dress of the night.Loe nth Hgm
William C. Dixon, '28L, has been se- t
l ected to pr'eside at the actual meeting?
lhe next day at which Wickersham will W ILLIA M FO3
be the temporary chairman. Many of
the important topics in internationalJ"
affairs -will come up for discussion by
the g;r.oiup, including such matters as.
the opium traffic, mandates, disarma-
m*nt, and admission of other countries
to membership in the league. Repre-
sentative, of each college or university
«vill argue in behalf of countries as,
signed to them previously. The men
r'from hecre will speak on behalf of Ja-
pa.n, China, and the British empire.,!
The entire meeting -is part of a!
movement on the part of the associa-
tion under whose aurspices it is being
held, to edlucate the public to the work-
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