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THE MICHIGAN

D A ILY

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 192;

THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 23. 192~

[ [I)jH Donovan May Receivej
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_____neering
Alumnus Starred On U. of M. Team,. establish
Is" American League Attorney schedules
And Figure In Baseball Pole exp
munciatii
N M WA E Utant exp
OWNS MILWAUKEE CLUB The ol
-- tion hav
According to latest reports re- with Mt
ceived 'yesterday, Henry J. Killilea, of the
'85L, former Michigan athlete and Greenlan
at present one of the most promi- the dir
nent attorneys in Milwaukee, is 'HerbertI
hovering between life and death in partment
the Milwaukee hospital following a a week t
collapse about twelve days ago W d. cated in
while in his law office in the Ma- besidesf
jestic building. Mr. Killilea is also instructi
one of the outstanding figures in of record
the baseball world being owner of land, the
the Milwaukee club and attorney.. doings
for the American league. A recer
Mr. Killilea's illness, according to r--- fessor H
a Milwaukee newspaper, is attrib Col. William J. Donovan -
uted to overwork and a general Of Buffalo, N. Y., who is believed
rundown condition resulting from to be slated for the post of attor- De
an accident about two years ago in ney-general in President-elect Her-
which he suffered fractured ribs bert Hoover's cabinet. He is now
and a shoulder injury while dodg- assistant attorney-general, .and a
ing on automobile, and to an ill- close friend of Hoover.
ness last March when he was in the, CA!
hospital suffering from pleurisy. Miss Barbara Hewitt, formerly a Beginn
Early Friday morning it was re- student at the University of Michi-: "BL
ported that he had been uncon- gan, took the femalelead at a pr,
scious and that his brain was be- sentation of "The Beaux Strata- i toua.
lieved to be paralyzed but no re- gem" at Mount Holyoke college re- Wed.
ports of his death have been re- cently. ____
ceived, although doctors admitted ently.-
that he was in a very critical con-
dition and that if he pulled
through he would probably never
be active again.
Mr. Killilea starred on Michigan IP A U E C E
football teams, and played center
on the eleven which met Harvard, First American tour of sixty s
Yale, andtPrinceton, allin onethe leadership of METOD
week. Later he was owner of theIth ledripo M T D
old Milwaukee club in the Western in
league, the Boston Red Sox and the C H
St. "Louis Browns. He has been at -) CHOR A L U N ION
torney for the American league
ever since its formation in' Mil- hursday Night, Ja
waukee, and has been a solicitor ft'
the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. A limited number of tickets
Paul railroad since 1907.
Although 65 years old, Mr. Kil- at $1.50-$2.00-$3.00
lilea was still very active and is
president of the University of( UNIVERSITY SCHOOL
Michigan club of Milwaukee.

Z, the radio station of the
C. located in the Engi-
building, which *'ecently',
ed permanent commission1
s with the Byrd Southt
edition, has been in com-
on with several other dis-
editions of note. .
perators of the local sta-
e been in constant touch
. Evans, the field station
University expedition inI
d. Communications from
ector, Professor WilliamI
Hobbs of the geology de- ,
t, are sent several times
to the permanent staff lo-
the desolate station, and
furnishing the men with
ons relative to their work
ing the weather of Green-
ey are informed as to the
f the outside world.
nt communciation of Pro-
Hobbs instructed William
troit Theaters
SS THEATRE
ing Sunday, January 20
OSSOM TIME"
r Pr ices-All Nites, $1.00
50; Sat. Mat., e75c to $2;
Mat., Best Seats, $1.50.

;OMMUNICATES Says Memory Needed repetition rather than quality, be-, STANFORD UNIVERSITY.- Dr.
EXPEDITION BASE In Advertising Success 'et e dominatng actor in ad- 'Carl L. Alsberg, director of Stan-
--Thus far. Processor Adams has ford's Food research institute, has
Carison, one of the aerologiststo That memory plays a large part been working onlynwith single just published his first issue of
make a trip by dog-sled to thevralsHewlno itodc
abandoned plane of the Rockford in the appeal of advertising was variasH inow inou "Wheat Studies," which contains
' th cocluionreaced Prf, complications into his tests, in an
fliers, the Greater Rockford, to re- the COnclUsion reached by Piof. attempt to work out a scale in an analysis of the forecasting
trieve valuable instruments which Henry F. Adams. of the psycholog which the subjective element will problem of interest and impor-
were left in the plane. department, after exhaustive re- be eliminated, as far as that is tance to all who are concerned in
W8AXZ also communicates from search and experimental work on possible. To eliminate the influence
time to time with the astronomicalh.Ad of memory in advertising is the securing accurate and timely crop
expedition in South Africa which tesproblem now confronting him. forecasts.
was instituted by the late Profes- presented a paper on the subjec-
sor Hussey of the astronomy de- tivity of measurements and mental____
partment.tests at the meeting of the Ameri-
Professor Hussey died in 1925 in can Phychological association held THE HOME OF DISTINCTIE PICTURES
London while on his way to South last month in New York, found
Africa to join the expedition. that the subjective, or personal ele-
ment, which is largely memory,!
. comprises seventy-five per cent of
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