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n( ID.IRickert Attends
Medical Convent
IEEIT P Dr. U. G. Rickert, of the de
______school, returned today fromnthl~
Research Among Tropical Fish
Gul ofMeicoto Montcalrn county medical-de
inGlf of Mexico to 'society which took place at B
Begin April 1. ing, Michigan, on March 11.
ILL L.AST FOfTY DA YSRickert was one of the prin
__LS O Y A speakers on the program, usir

Beld-e -
Dr. Tealdi, Staebler, ,Shurtlefl~ and

Leader of Expedition Turns
Accumulated Business as
Other Members Rest.


ng as"

Says International Controversy1
Over Ross Dependency

Plans are being made at the Un- his subject, "Contacts of Medical
iversity Museums building for an- and Dental Science" with special
other research in the field. this reference to the focal infection
time among the tropical fish in the problem.
Gulf of Mexico. Announcement.
was made yesterday of a trip which Next week, Dr. Rickert will go to
Edwin P. Creaser, graduate student Atlanta where he will attend the
in zoology and a member of the bind etin of the Geria, l

Riggs to Give Talks
Mar. 27-28.
First Michigan Meeting Outcome
of Conference Held Last
Year at Toledo.

a. "' r ,x y ; w .. ommc nemen g L1Cuvc
(By Assocatd Pres) staff, and Dr. Myron Gordon, of Medical-Dental societies. Dr. City P
DUNEDIN, New Zealand, March Cornell University, will begin about k
!Aprl 1.Riket is one of three speakers clals of
13.-While members of his expedi- Although several parties have, in listed on the program there. He hold th
tion were at play in various parts che past, gone through the area will use the same subject for his Arbor o
of New Zealand, on tours or fish- . which the new expedition will address. nouncem
ing and hunting trips, Rear Admir .cover, a limited quantity of infor- Returning home by the 24th of made b
a" jihrdE Brwihchrc- naticfn now existent, especially in ;Matrhnh icmeb hignpoessthof r l) etby
aleRitchdE rfuns, wtda settled the fish division, has caused a de- ;acteMcia rfso ilrco
teriticcheefulesstody sttle ' r sire on the Museum's part to ac-I also be n the progam of the League,
dont rnattelreamount .* , nqire additional specimens and da- I American Association of Dental meeting.
dow to transact the large ur ten e eaadym r h s o rLs
of business which has accumulated'**- ' ' ? ta. Forty days will be spent along the annual convention which as- an offi
while he attended the numerous the coastal towns, beginning just seanbles at Toronto during theih ing cao
The body of former Chief Justice Taft being borne to the grave in Arlington National cemetery by ie- below the Texas border and carry- seme gt Toto drn theai o
receptions given in his honor. oresentatives of the three branches of ,the service. The Rev. Ulysses G. B. Pierce, who conducted the burial ing farther south to Vera Cruz and wetmaks t
Adnfiral Byrd, who returned services, is leading the casket to the freshly opened grave; which was surmounted by a wide canvas canopy. Mexico City. hanmarksh
from the Antarctic Monday after-- Although the Michigan scientist LOESCH1f TO SPEAK' conferer
mre than a, year at the bottom ofw CvPILA TIuofuDETAIL FOR''THE'is in search of specimens, alive or AT LAWYERS CLUB grw
the world, ruring which he flewTdead, Cornell's representative is _s Then
Aver the South Pole and discovered PARIS GUN' RELA TED BY M. LLE definitely out to bring back live Frank . Loesch of Chicagoa Michiga
a large previously unmapped tern- (IUIYFL-L-ARI-GU '-RLAT D-B-MILER tropical fish. He'plans to accom- eber of the Federal omisson represen
tory, was gettting his expedition FI 1 T With the completion of his latest The great offensive of the Ger_- plish this difficult task by the aid of Law Observance and Enforce- rengaged
ready to sail home next week. (Lnon-technical book "The Paris 918 of containers which are to be ship- obr theT ang
The bark City of New York and Gun," Col. H. . Miller, of the me- an army in the spring of 1 , ped to him whileenroute. If sue- ent, has been obtained as the will ad
the steamer Eleanor Bolling must chanical engineer with the accompanying shing dgrmn cessful, the acquisition of several principal speaker for the fifth an- "Aspects
be refitted for the trip to New Yorkj Resolution That Judges Replace has produced 'a unique and highly Paris, furnished Colonel Miller with new' specimens of southern fish wil iual Founders' Day banquet to be f Mayor E
which is expected to require about Juries to be Discussed by interesting volume. The story of a wealth of first hand information ate iailadd to the prestigerpheldApril 25 by the Lawyers' club. Arbor w
nine weeks. Hlits publication, the lengthy research in the form of shell fragments and This celebration is held each and Mr.
Safety Predominates. ! High School League-necessary, the difficulty of obtain- h o tDr. Gordon, reaser's co-partnn year in the spring as a testimonial of the
' City life here, which has meant ing material, and above all, thetr photographs of damage done by the Dr. rdo.rip, was m the Ann Thi ..cakelbraion saheld alc h eN
but little more than walking about DENSMORE HEADS GROUP mystery which surrounded the huge explosions. Arbor institution for about a month hto W. W. Cook, Michigan alumnus Plannin
the streets speculating on the __1 gun used by the German army to The first photographs of the ac- 'during December on a research who donated to the campus the the Pub
change froni the icy wastes of the Prof. G. E. Densmore, of the shell Paris, would make a new tual gun carriage (without the 120 I fellowship from Cornell. He stuctures which alre ilocated other ofthe ci
book-andozeoneeicy waste ofnthe P"Law Quadrangle."e, ofththe cu
Antarctic, has begun to pall on speech department and head of the book-and one fully as interesting. ft. barrel) were not obtained until worked under Dr. Carl Hubbs, fish "wLaw Quadrangle l"will di
members of the party. To each MhinHgh cho Deang Unfortunately, Colonel Miller is hesrn f19,wninheexpert, on the same subject which ItiepctdhaM.Lesh ndhe
membrestfor dmrty a l Michigan Highi School Debating foced to emain silent labout ithe !the spring of 1919. when in the he ewill ncoersamoreubextenively. It is expected that Mr. Loesch and th or
man's request for leave Admiral'exwill speak on the work of the com- tives of
Byrd replied "Gaahead." Aided league, announced yesterday that sources of his most valuable and course of inspecting captured heavy during his excursion through Mex- mission created by President Hoo. ed to gi
by free railroad transportation plans for the championship debate, 'authentic material for the book, artillery in Belgium, he stumbled ico. Creaser, a graduate student in rk n-y veopme
whioh ouldsfllowtschaarrveoa-tangeign. erofheMsem.von to make a nation-wide study of velPm
many have gone to Mount Cook, to be held in Ann Arbor on April because of the disastrous results pon this vital part of the long the zoology department, is a mem- ilaw observance and enforcement. within
which wouzld follow such a revela- ;range gun. ber of the Museum staff h ne aut inn f Is
the highest peak of the Southern 25, had been completed. ' tion, possibly resulting in the death The foundation, which was dis- - _tfthe Case club are to be rewarded Indi
Alps. The debate on the resolution that of a man. The data for publica- covered shortly before this, had thhaeauaAtobrwsdd dIis
board ofr udessbeesub-fbeen caturedpb th ICn'igan A Llumnus t3 O tthe banquet. Smiths
Care for the safety of his men a j.udge or board ofudgges be sub- 'ton as well as for valuable techni- pbeen capturd by the American nate in
is Admiral Byrd's foremost thought stituted for juries in all trials in the cal information has been grad- army at the repulsion of the last Speak Upon Socia ism AIEEn FPl this co
and his warning to one not to take state of Michigan will be held in ually compiled over a long period great German offensive. From a >IA.I.E.Euturejns talent i
any riskswhen the man saidhein-stateof'ic:anlkheld ' mstudy of the foundation, the car- Martin A. Larson. Ph.D., social- Discussed at Meeting program
tended to attempt to scale Mount ihill auditorium at st a Wt te declaattion of war by riage, and a great deal of frag- ist writer and lecturer, will discuss anyone,
Cook's 13,000 foot summitappear- ght. The debate a yeare ad the United States in 1917, Colonel mentary information obtained from "Socialist Production and the Col- Plans for a banquet to be held in est in
the expedition had faced the Bang- a larger attendance is expected this Miller was sent to France where he German prisoners, the first concep- lapse of Capitalism" before the the near future were discussed by structio
rth e etnarriedth. d Ing-YeTharg e Jackson tnschofwasnamedchiefengineer for rail- veadthe design of the gn was Ann Arbor Socialist Labor forum the members of A. I. E. E. at a charact
ers at the great barrier. By's choir will sing at the de way artillery. In the summer of At the close of the American oc- at 3 o'clock Sunday, March 16, in meeting held Thursday in the "We a
Admiral Byrd was delighted at c w it. 1918, he was pronoted to the posi- At c o of heay Cmrcn o- the Labor Temple, 208 West Lib- West Engineering building. Sug- represen
reports frolxn many parts of the bte198,h aspomtdtotePosi cupation of Germany, Clonel Mil-Kt tet
wheord in e n rt h to h speech section of the School- tion of chief engineer for all heavy ler returned to the United States erty street. gestions were also made to the pro- thirty o
world in the inerest in he two- masters club will hold several meet- artillery and served in this capacity 'here he served in the Ordinance Dr. Larson is a graduate of the gram committee as to the type of boards
way broadcast Tuesday with lNeW 1ynIl h ls f h a tw eh evdi h riac rmcomte st Tetp f bad
y tro esy ings on the same day of the de- il the close of the ar. It was department at Washington. Much University of Michigan, completing. meetings desired in the future. At tinued.
York- ° _ bate. At the morning session;, which during this period that he was first mateial Wasl ndtn y Muc, a graduate couse in 1921, and was the next meeting a display of tech- particul
Sees Contriversy Groundless. opens at 9 o'clock, Prof. J. H. Muy- !placed on the trail of tlie famed material was gleaned, bit ybit,F also an instructor in Ypsilanti Nr- nicolor in moving pictures will besentati
"The interest taken in so many I skens, of the general linguistics de- "Paris Gun," whose history he has :through his friends in France wad nmal College. exhibited. the pla
parts of the world, even in Ger- partment, will talk on "The Sci- so well compiled in his recent book. Belgium.
many, in the talk indicates that the nce of Speech." Prof. F. B. Mc------
expedition has brought the world's Kay, of the Michigan State Normal
attention to the progressiveness of I College, will speak bn "A Study in
the United States in scientific re-I Time Variations of Speaking," and I Just Receved-Largest Assotment
search," he said. Mrs. Maude Stilson, of Flint Pub-
"I have noted a tendency in some. lic schools, will talk on "SpeechI N e
quarters of America and Europe to Correction."
create a controversy between the At the business meeting in the{
British Empire and the United afternoon officers for the coining
States concerning claims in the I year will elected. Prof. Howard S.
Antarctic. There is no reason or Woodward of the Western Reserve S p r i
gound for that . We have con- University at Cleveland will talk on
sidered this expedition a scientific "New Phases in Debate" and Miss
venture and we hope a sportingi Jessie Bonstelle, of the Detroit Civic -AND BECAUSE OF
e.ie wndw here with then Theatre, will speak on "The Thea-
one. We went down there with the
tirmst respect for the British who tre and the School." Tbx*'
peeeusadorwrshudfbate has been cut down to sixteen, . xi'J iJzJ a
bring us closer together and not I eight of which will be eliminated at
farther apart. It would be a pity the fourth of the elimination series
should a controversy arise and to be held tonight. The fifth of THEY ARE OFFER-
would go entirely against the 4ee- I the series, on March 28, will ohim-; JLI.. Ig
ings and hopes we have held. efour more schools, and the re- ED AT THE MOST He!e u rnmisr.
"From the beginning we recog- maining four will debate on April
nized that the Ross dependency in 11 to determine the finalists for the -SENSAT INALLY
the Antarctic is big enough for all chmponhidbae
of us. Otriclaim Iles entirely out- ____ _--p LOW PRICE. DINING ROOM SUIT ES NOW U
side the dependency and over to INCREASE INTERESTU IN MUSICNAm ain Vu esAg B inr
the eastward. NOT EVEY DA AR
Praises Secretary. In order to increase the interest'I\NOT EVERY DAY ARE Amazig ValuefreB in
We are much more interested in of the Oregon Student body in the jWE A!BLuE TO MIA K E Regn'" Iar?6
good fellowship with the British in: musical events which take place on W B E T A EIll'J!III I!I'v~i . -'Regulr$68
our common investigations down: the campus, Lois Nelson, sophomore LUCKY BUYS SUCH AS te clkssItIingIi
there than with any claims in Ant- in journalism, has been appointed LUKY UY SUH S , Il'I DaSute cosisting
arctica. It is another one of those chairman of the new "music co- THESE. NOW BEING UN-. l, reduced to $99.
things in 'which the intangible I operation committee," which is de-
things of the spirit are far more signed to include representatives of ;-PACKED-FRESH FROM _,now during this
important than the material as- every campus living organization in
pects." its personnel. THE MAKERS - EVERY
_________ HAT A HUGE !r - .--.,

lanning and zoning offi-
the state of Michigan will
ir first conference in Ann
n March 27 and 28, An-
rent of this conference was
Mr. Harold D. Smith, di-
f the Michigan Municipal
which is sponzsring the
'all a number of the NIvich-
cials attended a city plan-
nference of the Ohio Body
o. The Ann Arbor meeting
he first of the Michigan
ices, and is a direct out-
of the Ohio convention.
Will Meet in Union.
neetings will be held in the
n Union and a numbe of
tative speakers have been
t Prof. Aubrey Tealdi of
dscape design department
dress the conference on
of City Planning Abroad."
Edward W. Staebler of Ann
ill deliver the opening talk,
Flavel Shurtleff, secretary
rational Conference on City
g, will speak to the dele-
n "Selling City Planning to
lic." Prof. Henry E. Riggs,
vil engineering department,
scuss "Grade Separations
City Plan." Representa-
Michigan cities are expect-
ve short reports on the de-
nt of planning and zoning
their respective territories.
;rructional in Character.
cussing the conference, /Ir.
;tated that, "we are fortu-
being 'able to secure for
nference such outstanding
n the planning field. The
n shaould be attractive to
who has the sightest inter-
this work. It is both in-
nal and inspirational in
re expecting more than one
tative from each of the
r more planning and zoning
of the state," Mr. Smith con-
"The conference should be
arly helpful to the repre-
'es of cities just beginning
nning work."
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