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THE MICIIIAN

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SAl'I'1VC1 .)I 1v i r1 \RclJ O, 1 '129

Pendleton Library Provides Rendezvous LAWYERS ATTACK I Language Faculty Regrets Retirement
For Quiet Perusal Of Best Literature LOUISIANA LEADER Of Canfield As Departmental Leader

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To StudentUHaving Library Books:
1. Students having in their possession books drawn from the Uni-
versity Library are notified that such books are due Monday, April 1,
before the impending Spring vacation, in 'pu suance of the Regents,
regulation:
"Students who leave Ann Arbor .for an
absence of more than a week -mustt
first return all borrowed books."
2. FHiure to return books before the vacation will render the stu-
dent liable .to an ext a fine.
3. Students who have special need for certain books between April
I and the beginning of the vacation may retain such books by applying
to the Superintendent of Circulation on or before April 1. ,
4. Students who have urgent need for certain books during the
vacation, will be given permission to draw these books, provided they
are not in general demand, on application to the Supe intendent of
Circulation after April 1.
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The Edward Waldlo Pendleton store rooms awaiting the time when
memorial library on the secondI shelf space can be made available. !
floor of the Union is ene of the The Pendleton library offers a
many places which is pointed to home-like place for men studentsI
with pride when guests are taken to spend a leisurely hour browsing'
on a tour of inspection about the among the best books and mag-
Michigan campus. The room with azines. Its purpose is not that of a:
its shelves of prized books, its mag- study hall, and to use it as such1
azines, its life-like paintings of would spoil the objective of those'
Presidents Angell and Hutchins, who planned the room. It is the
and that of Edward Waldo Pendle- center of intellectual life of the.
ton, its massive fireplace, and its Union and several hundred stu-
home-like atmosphere justifies the dents daily take advantage of its
praise which is accorded it. facilities.
Two years after the erection of
the Union building, Mrs. PendletonISOCIETY TO HEAR
made a gift of the library in mem SOCT ETYUI HA R
ory of her husband who graduated ST. LOUIS
from the University with the class:
of '72. The present included ap- Arthur P. DeCamp, C. S. B., of St.
proximately 1000 volumes of choice Louis, Mo., will address the Chis-
books-classical fiction, poetry, his- tian Science society at 8:15 o'clockI
tory, and biography. As a supple- Saturday night in Hill auditorium
ment to this fine collection, many on "Christian Science Its accord
other volumes have been given by with the Lords Prayer This talk : 4J
alumni who have had the oppor- will be the only one of the year'
tunity to appreciate this room. on the society's program -and is
Oile new book is added to the expected to be the climax of the
shelves each month. Such modern season's activities on the campus.
works as those of Alfred Aloysius DeCamp was recently appointed Huey P. Long
Horn, Waldemar Bonsels, T. E. Law- to the board of lectureship of the Governor of the State of Loui-
rence, Lewis Browne, and DuBoise Mother Church, the First Churchs
Heyward are in this collection. The !of Christ, Scientist, in Boston,, szana, who is facing impeachment
management announces that a l Mass. A number of persons fronm following the reading of a chargel
Michiganensian fund has been set; out of town interested in DeCamo's of the Southern state legislature
aside so that from the present year career are expected to attend the recently. Lawyers and state law-
and each ensuing year,, a copy of lecture. makers are meeting in Baton Rouge
this yearly publication will be ad- to draft formal impeachment pro-1
ded to the library. Due to the Kansas City.-Frank Harrigan,
limited space in the library, further former Maize and Blue basketeer ceedings, according to reports.
expansion for shelf space makes it was a star on the Kansas City I When the charge, stating that
impossible to use many volumes ofI Painters who won the A. A. U. na- Long had ordered an attack on a
other fine editions which are in -the tional championship. state representative was real, it
lindustan Club: !precipitated a near riot in whichl
several legislators were bruised.

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The fourth and last concert by the University Symphony Orchestra,
S. P. Lockwood, conductor, will be given in Hill Auditorium next Sunday
at 4:15 o'clock. It will be the eighth number of the cu"rent Faculty
Concert Series. Miss Lucile Graham and Miss Louise Nelson, pianists,
will be the soloists. .
The program to be presentcd is as follows: Weber: Overture to
"Euryanthe"; Mozart: Concerto for two pianos (Miss Graham and Miss
Nelson); Berlioz: Dance of the Sylphs from "The Damnation of Faust";
Gluck: CGavotte (orchest ated by Albert Lockwood); Tarenghi: "Rurall
Song" and "Hunting Scene" from "Bozzetti dal Vero" (orchestrated by
S. P. Lockwood); Rubensteii:;Four Excerpts from the opera "Feramors."
The public, with the exception of small children, is invited, and
patrons are requested to be in their seats promptly as the concert
begins on time.
Charles A. Sink
Political Science 32:
There will be a make-up for those who missed the mid-semester
examination, in this course on Saturday morning; March 30, at 10:00
o'clock in room 2023 Angell Hall.
Paul M. Cuncannon
lMid-Seniesr Eamination in Speech 32:
All students electing Speech 32 will meet in room 25 Angell Hall,
at 4:00 p. n., on Monday, April 1, for mid-semester examination.
G. E. Densmore
Mid-Semester Examinatin in Speech 31:,
All students electing Speech 31 will meet in room 1025 Angell Hall1
at 4:00 p. m. on Monday, April 1, for mid-semester examination.,
0..E. Densmore
Cap Night 'Oommittec:
The first meeting of the committec will be held in room 306 of the
Union,. Monday evening .,April 1, at 7:30.
Tom Roach, Chairman
Women's. Itesearch Club:
The Wamen's Researh Clu will meet Monday, April 1, at 7:30 p. m.,
:i the ,W.oen's Athletic Building. Dr. Katharine Greene will speak
on "Current Invrstigation."
Olive M. Searle, Secretary
Men's ;Education Club:
The Men's-Education Club will meet Monday, April 1,, at 7:00 p. M.
in room 302otfthe Union. .rof. George E. Carrothers;. Director, Division
of University:Inspection of High Schools, will speak on a subject of vital
interest to teachers and students of education.
j. R. roliock
Christian Science Society:
Christlaii Science Society of the University of Michigan announces
a free, lecture: on Christian Science entitled: ."Christian Science: Its
Accord With the Lord's. Px ayer" by Mr. Arthur P. DeCamp, C. S. B.,
of St. Louis, Missouri, member of the Board of Lecturcship of the
Mother Chureh, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massa-
clusetts, in Hill Auditorium, tonight at 8:15 o'clock. The public is
cordially invited to attend.

Regret at the resignation of Prof. signed, and that the resignation
Arthur G. Canfield was expressed;of so distinguished a scholar and
yesterday by various members of the gentleman, to1 of the strongest
figures on the campus, is a great
department of Romance languages.' loss to the department.
Professor Canfields said in reply Ermelindo A. Mercado said, "I
that hewsvr.or o.evbthv nwnPoesrCnll

that he was very sorry to leave, but? have known Professor Canfield
pointed out that he would now be since I was a freshman in 1911 and
able to devote all of his time to have come to think of him as the
other interests than those purely 'randfathe: of our department.
academic. " I have always enjoy- As departmental head he was a
ed contacts with young people and pleasant man to work for-a man
teaching here has been to me a of thorough human understanding
constant source- of pleasure," he and always ready to show his
said. sympathy toward his co-workers.
Prof. Hugo P. Thieme, head of Undoubtedly we shall miss his
the Romance languages depart- pleasant figure in the corridors of
ment, said, "Having worked with our building. It seems almost un-
Professor Canfield since my arrival, true that the depa} tment will be
I probably appreciate his service to able to function without him."
the University and the loss to our The following statement was is-
department more than any one sued by Warner F. Patterson: "IL
else. When you associate inti- is a real regret to me to see Pro-
mately with a person for more than fessor Canfield lay down his daily
25 years, both as a colleague and round of duties among us and to
as a friend, you feel any sort of feel that we shall not have his
separation keenly." with us. I feel for him admiration,
Prof. Julio del Toro, of the Ro-' respect, and affection."
mance languages department,
spoke as follows, "I have been asso-
ciated with Professor Canfield for
12 years. I have always found him
willing to give his most helpful ad-
vice He took a kindly interest in M Y T
orwork, and he shoved a remark-ST .
patience in .dealing with
problems that arose to confront
him. I shall always think of him
as one of my best friend."
M. Ottilie Davis, secretary of the
departtnient, said, "We all admire
Professor Canfield so much andME
think so highly of him that to say
we are sorry he is resigning is only
a tame way of expressing our feel-
ings. I think he is just about the COEU
finest man I'know."
Charles E. Koella, of the same
departm ent, said that he was very
sorry Professor Canfield had re T
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will be a Gcne-al Meeting of the Hindustan Club on Sunday,
at 2:30 p. m. in Lane Hall. As several important matters I Austin, Texas.-Athletes to the
discussed, all members and friends are requested to be number of 991 have been entered
in the fifth annual Texas relays at
S. F. Husain-Khan, President I Austin, Texas, beginning Friday.
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Today will be your
Last
Chances
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Michigan.Banes:
The 'next nieting of the Michigan Dames will be held Tuesday,!
April 2, at 8 o'clock at the Faculty Women's Clubhouse. Mrs. A. J.
Rousseau. will discuss the subject of Child Study.
Mrs. C. W. Ferris, President
Masonic Studcnts;
The regular meeting of the Craftsmen Club will meet in the large
lodge room.of.i- te. Masonic- Temple, Saturday evening, March 30, at
7:30. All Nastcr 'Masons arc urged to be present.
R. W. Webster, President
Beta Kappa Rhp:
There Will. be a meeting Saturday, March 30, at 1307 Forest Avenue,
at 8:15 o'clock.
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