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THE

WOVRN

Vol II.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 19, 1911.

VERSAILLES SHOWS
TWOFOLD INTEREST
Historic and Artistic Aspects
Attract Traveller Says
Prof. Canfield
GIVES STATISTICS OF PALACE
"Versaiies offers Iso isnsds of ile-
est to tihe trisveler, ihistorical interest
andr us artistic intorest"-was the theme
t of a lecture given hiy Prof. A. G. Can-
field oii Thuirsuiay afternoon o the top-
ic "Versailles. "Nowhere else cain one
study si) well as tiere the evoltitin of
Frecich art ticrough te century anid ai
_ half that pirece the otlt mnarchy:
And nowhere rise cali oiie form soi writ
aii idea of ccrtinui innts aiid essentiai
features of that moniaishs at the per-
ioil of its greatiest development andi tier-
fection."
"Versailles is the r epresentative of a
edead epioec andc the smbInol of a van-
ishiedt world: lice epoech of aI) ahsoute
mosnarchy, the -aorilet of. the French
tcourt. WhiaI onr goes to Versailles to
see stoday is iiot th e little provinciail city
werarincg aii air of sadiniess ic is qtiiet
and dtesertedl strerts: it is not esven the
great plalace it sss nowiuninhalited, life-
less, transformesd into a historical mu-
seiimi, whiere sir nay ivaiscer through
asl iniitie snceession cit magnificent andi
esutt roiis, thir ssalls hunig with cast
pssiintiigs, a pitoiat chironiclee of the
whole hsisory-at Iceist the whole aili-
tary histoiy-of Franie. Neither is it
'Ehe stairty andiclasi sehaity sit the for-
-mat isark. oath its iiiraigh cwalsits hoe-
itered withi tiiues it geietrical grcss
pilsits andc basiss of inaicr. Nii. What
,traws tse travelei iii Versailles is the
ghsost of tice rosyat Veinsailes of sli, the
Versailles of Iosins XIV aind Iis gor-
geouis ant sI'istiii fetes, tftLouis XV.
aini lisi eleganctlv Ifris-olosis aind elisrii-
ict is-ri lise ssiirt of the seusnth
century', raia iss is thle glory' sof the
'ri-soleil' of cth us igttestic entury, s
de-licate in taite andi so fragile is uoc-
(C oniiiies oni Paige 3.)
REGI STRAR f-i'itL FistECTS
POISH1- ~ IN C NT NEXT 1'E.i
"We-ve bee reeii aco g um-
hser of tPoies ini thi list twos ori three
s-ers"saidi -Rgistrair till yesterdiy asf-
teirnoons ini al iterciisw "an suthue repoirt
that as larg'-e itfiux of thiemiiiobe x
cetd seems ratsi5esthe s likl} Th} ial
ieey ]}rilit studiensts asarue tog
as the msasorits of thesi isise issue to
slits citistiv usnsder mstadvrecr
ciustnew'hv ' ome torear
themu as 'heweris of wooudu ands drar
sif iwatec. th 'ls cdm hc
ic ciupies thsc focie hocc of th~ iiue Miceli
ian) MSiilitary Acdem seai t Oscar eisLaIke
i siys list ofs approve scoos but
uiiess thes hav ciii e s o ass crcrty
likesy isis e oe il o trc
toiDci Michiiil, as lthe sues ci' isi (11('11
1-is

FIRE PROTECTION BEGUN ENROLLMENT SHOWS
Extinguishers installed In New En-' LGT DCES
gineering Building SLGT DCES

EXAMINATION DATES OUTPOEB EDT
Finals in All But Law Department to g
Be Held Next Week PAR ALYZE TH4OUGHT

In order to dlecrease the ossihility of
aunuother confla graitioni sc as ocueirred
tlist Satsurdiasy she n the oesis disi la
buiu ng urn- ssie-il i93 fire extsingeishuers
cit the soila ansulphiiuserie acidtytite, have
isecic screrelbiy theUhiser siti.'Thiese
isill liesissirisisted' is esvensi as posssie
over thinis ni~neerinig buiilding.Su-a
sentsesient osit roudsisst JamsI-sI.
Mlarksexirsi seditthe he lie I ticat ini the
cours of yearor tothe u iiscisits
soulinisstill a ire-fIs~ltn paau
wih will lhe icaisble if cxtigi'sing
anyieionflitgraitions tshit 151is freakiut
tINA REtCxPEPTION GIVEN
10 sosiSCUMMER STUDEN5TS.
COser o on es at tendethe tsclist re-
ceptions of tesuersisiesso a a-
isisis gym-naisium5555liaitinight. al g
startedimmsiicedsiatels after the 5cciiidi 5 ii
reschedcitnie loll fromsiatteniding Pirsit
tI issge s leeturce andilconiinued nsils
edi over ico Granigers in ocriles icsavil
dacingess a t 'tiel'e astd-mv )WL
servedl athle reiepii: ascid stheultis
waes wecll reprsieed.r
NCSCIINGTON "IUR .:" SNDS
REQUEST'lFOR MMCI0 t 'Sll)
Ther citizensssitf C0Seiu~0iSsi a simll
toss isocrteditin C-ichlissicciii)X\ islis
isgisis, iiscisici oe ayacit 'l f1
cecil of the insst bletc':siesectile
cuss to thceimsfor vear stt they we
sn eed cit asdctoir. Cosinsq-tiisticsth
goodspeoplte assembledhin this ci npoi uiuis
i lcer where cosic mayspuciaise in-
ftrr-iuile ,andiaftesr uuaturse thvcgtt tsr
titiocdethsie ownesr citthe storeiiioisrite
a letter to lice msost tamious imeiieal
scisciolihat tliii isadievsrihearcsi (f.See-
rtarvSile .snitu revce iedthe
lcrtieris'ewdasiagc.I rastsfl
'ows iClii: ssc
GrsndRapiss'Mish
if y ihv gauts 55)511isties to
locein iitics-Niiect W ni Allct e
1'.5 k:oN"-.Ile m s escaifloalidcetocc
it as Oiiaigoodsiixerangtatmd
anion"peopic.He I gh Ic ht sict
tS lhi<1Is~ i-atSt1; sNV,1',1

Newly Compiled Statistics
Show Loss of 32 Over
Last Summer
MlANY COUNTRIES REPRESENTED
Compiilete statistics si)r tihe ii~ii 1sm-
nler sessloli ha l i tst I 1c o pld
scicisa ic erlieit cof i194,sic 32
Iess tcasichiatIofla-istear.Liesideslice
numessl theici a ce'tuins oi useisomssci
'hc see'srissiltensh, a-sithiu'occupaic-
tion ifand. hve lsobees cciillililess .A
comprsonls ofl thiieiienrollment for latic
scsi this seas ticlows
Dviii ofi Iiterature
'Sceea thei arts-

1310 1911
f' sualaes ... o.08 59,
Ccciies-i isis les. 472 4(
lDiii.'Sleet & slip 104 1
'-isit sf itli ilviii . 3 22'
I1 st1 it. i ss 5 .... 31 is3
Bi]Ogciai Siation..ci
Toa . .. ... . 13 2 1-3
ilct namssses solict-
vii tiier 7

-I 1
-r7
-9
-43

ti-siisissioics ei livbhlss n sep de
ellistuenscsts -desi'ri'ng -'redlicfori 1)111
sloie ic tlic sisiissersisobs ssitwilibere-
qised tovitcaleexaliisaati ussaccording cc
use fishosilisig'sclsruu
j-]vour 'of 1Tise oi
I 'Thursdai 24
S ti1u~sisissi5-1S0s
2-1N esissesci is2-4
4 Die iv sciii S4-6
Issegulir-IFilas, 4-I
Sctuvdents ini lie law-sdlistmisesnt iwsho
cund it absoluitelyimpicissleiticctake the
'samisnatiossi ast lice regsilar sceleds
tius, smay, itciitlie uems siof i fec
facuslti',isveeamioieditan fthce ol-
lo sn ersios:
This last wieelsofSit'pitembier, 1911. ccr
1912
Itic secot.lwek (ci' I 15)1T,
1912
Cttee ft heivccii suIiii ' oy;siciss cf
1912; Or
m~ester cif tise111-1912- secc~icyear.
The ivegular' eaaiui-c s ill' 5thisshe'-
isartmnht ciis gi ci -Os 3th suit
'ontinuse isstilSepvtemslies tc ci
tAST WOMANi 'sS I,>~I C I,
ternoso iic iBsrbossr 111111 sosiu ndseruc'
tile illspicesof thse 't isc ias cacpn'-
Clocsedtci sci -aelivities osithset cisc:
slalsi oi orthceosimmeir. Tshou--hsthe it-
tt sire wis isiasck,150effriosiwer
spared 'to miaks the hiecasbosi onreistosr
iiiisii ters iibyiithe summciserscholirtls
Danisgis aindssilasing etredthticsfiuic-
tion.I sleettailllsii was ptisicestby a
tioisofciaissPl'shses Franis ril
toniotse school usfimusicEvLicissilii-
cci'i'gccss,'assetboys Meiess .Miss Jso
e'C : sils ci iii clsessisie scing15Nvclii) l as
i i

i uif"A3 A u i./ A Al V u u U i

I

I sits Iss i stesthe i setusfC
siss&ind1qIfreign' countres,eA-ren-
iCos t eiaCutsEnla isisrmny
andcGeis jisass Xs aere~seslii tlsii
lice snu-niise5si si IiOfthstirtsos-st
ro~nct 99ae fromssii X gsii'iiansde
sisses ic te l iterarys sepasitminit; 2c
Isis teacheus; 6si arlentaesi ti

W. R, Hum phreys Claims That
Ready Made Opinions
Have This Effect
QUOTES BIBLE TO PROVE POINT
"Msyimainiiiicets ag i sasiins 'ss'verbs
is ticat thesttheiccto 'sar'lyzesinsuissudl
5sl" ii icby sfterigit10soiisreadyii
sadils his wcs sas idssi A im phasuures
cithlie LIlgistsfaciityatteampit'ctoi iusify
hils ctionisisilstproviris tarelist sit
u I i is -eltrtlsssi'Pussvebial Us-
uisdm yical steirda y aflyeluscous 'y
qurrel, iosit see is mucots huih is th
thsie wsom akciiis1e th ell s siwihtses
who hcvleru se t'hem.i Toi knowssthe sums
v aiueof usisdlomiyoiu must workcisit ou1
ofurs) w cscsssxpissser of its. So if
sm 've asetaiste forc pccosebss let is ave
tics-ll b7 ecailieans; b ut l1t'Lisimakeis ioum
cw, ust as sur uscestoslsumsialelsheis.
''eu'l missial lIzinss ans sui t l itills
idits' suesnouithe olcacsuses o urum
foessssss fpovfs il)emis. XWe ae srvn
ito thtecsiaIs bwatmiht hiscales
as muuania foefiitss enss We'liketutoi
he: tutuld uh is, hais 5ii suchisluaurm tsat
iwr cans alestheissnfoscaioluiusawiay uswits
is, he ishile tr utselsuteIviry usbet
jct."
I this arly hrlccfhis lecturesM.
away froplm'teol ntrreaicneofgcthes
asoad "prsills.lic e stsnosluongesit refe
it imsediasecyotsh e 1ccoousk ofIthe Old
Tests uses'istitu iht cnusmisc I t e us-
civics s hiscss thssescord thsatsiwe as-
late i u pric'''isisesntioriginallys'paa
ile or ssimiiueo ev nsim sile,"e elr-
ed lice seasher Tht i o:apo
seria sexistessiosuswsere ntmusauttii of
sfct asdsi rts c, ebut Isf imraisve cand p15
else. Iniallthisprseerbis leiceavhs esxv
pr esseduinscondicsee assetpiicrsvue
terls iss Thleisetpeis u snsus,
for 'a arti t si ossom a )5st apl toi
tice seeesas surey' as lie ats us
colosisr heartist1n5sound. 0511e
tisses, iideedthusexccc-ssis is il terculs
ofcit~l phsusiccasetselsastivon.
Itthapes tcci tiePe rbscsshs ofte
ibeaepeiac ot isnlyiinsusitnce,'
hlt soin or.Th Hbews bIscutscs
sy'stellscofi'isuscsc sdiee.Te a
fcsr tisic c sist icssesosicry sfom hsic
parallel structu eostateenc isse
tiveaat anuetIdric in -a cusfiiis n-
pslice conutrasdccci opleentvI
s hal 551 lclld thugt itismcus
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HODGE EXPLAINS FLY PEST
Say Extermination Should Begin at
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