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AT YOUR nR THREE THE ONLY OFFICIAL
EVENINGS A WEEK, 75cSUMMER PUBLICATION

Vol IV.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1913.

No. 4

.'I')LE P SCHOOL RROLLMI N I lfllTV

PRES, HUTCHINS
GIVESADDRESS
Points Out that Problems to be Met
By Students are Not Merely
Intellectual.
RECEPTION FOLLOWS LECTURE.
In his lecture on "Ideals of Service"
at University hall last night President
Hutchins pointed out that all that is
gained at the University is a technical
equipment with which to obtain a
working knowledge of the fundamen-
tal problems of life, and warned the
students against making the fatal mis-
take of shutting themselves up in an
altogether intellectual environment.
"To do this," he said, "tends to make
life a series of intellectual problems
to which soul, love, and charity are
strangers, and it discourages the fun-
damental development which is most
to be desired.
"The student at Michigan has grave
duties to perform other than his
studies; he should look to his char-
acter and to the cultivation of ideas
from which his future life is to be
moulded; he should search here for
his standard and having found it, at
once adopt it. But to have a standard
one must have a comprehensive idea
of life, and this can only be obtained
through the medium of principles and
ideals.
"It is easier to drift than to row,
and it is easier to conform to other's
principles than to stand squarely on
our own. Ideals must represent the
maximum of excelence in moral, civil,
and religious principles, and in this
the teachers can only aid; the con-
structive work must be done by the
student himself.
"The principal business of life is
service and this service must be for
a cause; it must not be service for
compensation unless compensation is
incidental to the cause. It is not the
chief duty of life to crush the other
fellow, but to help the other fellow
and be ready with sympathy for him.
One who is beaten should be beaten
squarely and this can only be done by
honesty and upright methods in deal-
in with him."
After the address the annual recep-
tion of the Faculty to the Summer
School students was held in Bartour
gymnasium. The receiving line was
made up of Prof. Rankin, President
and Mrs. Hutchins, Dean and Mrs.
Kraus, Regent and Mrs. Beal, Dean
Guthe and Secretary and Mrs. Bird
and Prof. Stevens. About 200 couples
engaged in dancing.
PROF. CROSS LECTURES ON
"HOW TO JUDGE A PICTURE'
With the aid of appropriate illus-
trations., Prof. H. R. Cross told a large
audience in the west physics lecture
room Tuesday afternoon how to look
at pictures appreciatively. The subject
was "How to Judge a Picture" and
Prof. Cross showed how an observer
may profitably apply certain principles
to works of art.
"There are two kinds of pictures,"
he said, "easel pictures and those
which are primarily decorative, parts
of larger decorative schemes. The
easel picture is to be judged in itself
apart from other things.
"Whatever the medium, the picture
should be judged in regard to its com-
position, next the drawing is to be con-
sidered, and then the perspective, tin
ear and aerial. Light and shade, color,.
tone and brush work are other im-
portant considerations."

RAMISHACKLE HE11)QU'AItiE 11
OF ATHLETIC ASSOCIAT1 ION HAFFANDKOHLER
WIL.St) IIE101 ) WIN FIRST PLACE
Probably before the next football WS
season, the ramshackle house on State FOR MICHIGAN

SUI ER SCHOOL ENR0LL)1E 1T
PASSES LASI YEAR' ~ 101 T 1TiAIT MAY OBTAIN
STATE HOSPITAL
Far in Advance of Any
Preceding.
ilean Vaghan, With Cooperation of
That the enrollment in the summer (AVIC Association, is Endeavor
session would break all records was g g
the prophesy of Dean E. H Kraus
when he gave out the figures yester- I.ILL BENEFIT MEDICAL DEP'T.
day for the enrollment to date. The ----

street which has served as the head-
(uarterls of the university athletic
association, will be torn down to make
way for the new women's dormitories,
and the association offices will be

Intercollegiate Meet at Chicago Goes
To Two Maize and Blue
Representatives.

transferred to the $39,000 club house KOHLElR C.APTURES 11 POINTS. total enrollment so far is 1348 in all Enthusiasm has been aroused on the
recently completed at Ferry field. departments which surpasses the campus as well as the city of Ann
'Two Michigan athletes placed the final totals cf last year. But as the Arbor for the prespect of erecting a
Over hzalf a centiury ago the house
maize and blue above the other colors figures for this year will probably state hospital capable of treating 2,000
in which Michigan's athletic policy has tereach the 1450 mark, or an increase epileptic patients. If present plans
been shaped, was a private residence. day in connection with the interna- of 125 over any previous enrollment, materialize, the medical department
Later, when West hall was erected by tional games at Grand Park, Chicago. the indications are that the Summer will have greater clinical facilities;
the city of Ann Arbor for use as a Captain Iaff showed his heels to Session for 1913 will break all rec- and the students will be offered better
public school building, the little house the Conference runners when he cap- ords. The enrollment in departments opportunities to study feebleminded-
next door was also purchased by the tured first place in the quarter mile follows: ness and its related diseases at close
city, and used as an overfiow school- run in 50 1-5 seeonds. Literature, Science and the Arts.. 595 range. The forestry students also will
room. When, finally, West hall was Captain-elect Kohler added 11 Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 295have an experimental ground of its
needed by the university, the leaky points to Michigan's totals y taking Medical,.......... .. ........ 105 own.
and decrepite little building went with first in the shot-put with a heave of Law .. . . . . . . . . . . ..............183 The Lansing legislature has made an
the property, and the athletic asso- 43 feet 9 1-2 inches; first in the ham- Graduate School....... ......1561 appropriation of. $200,000 for that in-
ciation, which was in desperate finan- mer throw with a toss of 140 feet Pharmacy .................... 14 stitution, which will be built in the city
cial straits, was only too glad to make flat; and third in the discus. ___ which offers a site of at least 1,000
use of it as an office. Points Scored. T'otal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .....1348 acres, and which donates half of the
Now, after more than 15 years of Michigan.....................16 area.
such service, the historic eyesore is Southern California ...............15 Dramatic Reader to Give Recital. The matter was brought up by Dean
to be removed from State street, and University of Chicago .............13 A recital will be given Monday even- Victor C. Vaughan of the medical de-
the center ring of Michigan's athletic Brigham Young Collego ..........11 int, July 7, at Newberry hall, by Mr. partment to the city council, and it is
circus will be shifted nearer to the Yale........................ .10 Lewis Vicary, a dramatic reader of his belief that the erection of the hos-
scene of the big outdoor contests. Knox ............................10 Detroit. lital near the university is a possibil-
~ University of Illinois.8ity, on account of the excellent ser-
vice of the university hospitals. The
BASEBALL LEAGUE IS "'doe..Teels..................8PROF, ALLEN WILL DESCRIBE Ann Assor Civic aesoetation, of which
ORGANIZED.....SU.....8 Dean Vaughan is an active member,
ORGANiZED FOR SUMMER adley...........................TURKEY DURINS BALKAN WAR has procured option 550 acres known
Boston Tech . .................... 4 as the owar fsr, situated near the
Appoint E xecutie 0Committee to Re- Ohio State.......................4 E ye lt ess Will Relate Story Of Barton dam. The purchase of this
Vis Constitution; Announce Iarlham . ... ......... 3 A trocities in Lecture lot will cost the city of Ann Arbor
Schedule of Games'. Michigan Agricultural College. . . . . . 2 Tonight $25,500. To do so it requires an amend-
Cornell University...............2 met to the city charter to allow a
CerresltUnivsrfite . e..tc.-..... se2.(bond issue, which cannot take place
Reprsenaties f te L~w, engi __®... _... Prf. . f.. A len who li ; rp tntl .

neering, literary and medical depart-!
ments, about 25 in number, met at the MAKES PLEA FOR
Union Tuesday night and organized a
summuer baseball league. An execuls e E T
committee was selected by depart-
ments, and will be as follows: chair-
man, Francis S. Rosenthal, '14L, sec- ean V.C. Vaughau SaysEvery Normal
retary, Fred B. Foulk, '13-'15L, Walter ludi l Shoud Pr
Emmons, '14E, D. B. Kirby, '16M, C. W. for Parenthood.
Nicholson, '13.
This committee will meet at the
lIJASH LECT IlE IN PA3APIII.T
Union next Monday to revise the con- UR
stitutioss, in order to reach a satisfac-
tory settlement of the matters of eli- "Race betterment which of course
gibility, postponement of games, and includes and depends upon self better-
the appointment of umpires. ment, should influence our daily lives,
Games will be played on South Fer- form a basis for our ethical judgments,
ry field, and will be of seven innings determine our political activities, and
duration, except the Saturday games be a strong motive in our religion,"
which will run for nine innings. said Dean Victor C. Vaughan, of the
The following schedule, which has medical department, in his lecture on
been prepared during the regular eugenics in the medical amphitheater
school year by a preliminary com- Tuesday evening.
mittee, was ratified: The lecture which has been deliver-
ed in Ann Arbor several times and
Schedule. which has been published in pamphlet'
Tuesday, July 8-Lit-Medie- form by the Michigan State Board of
Wed. July 9-Law-Engineer. Health, appealed for the betterment of
Sat. July 12--Law-Medic. (Continued on pagd 3)
Tues. July 15-Engineer-Medic.
Thurs. July 17-Engineer-Lit- THE WEATHER MAN.
Sat. July 19-Law-Medic-
Mon. July '1-Lit-Medic.
Wed. July 23-Law-Engineer. art for A n Arbor.
Thurs. July 24-Lit-Medic. ir today and slightly cooler.
Sat. July 26-Engineer-Medic.
Mon. July 28.-Lit-Law' "THE WOLVERINE"
Thurs. July 31--Lit-Engineer. WILL PRINT A DIRECTORY OF
Sat. August 2-Medic-Engineer. THE STUDENT BODY,
Mon. August 4-Law-Medic. THE ISSUES CONTAINING THIS
Tues. August 5--Engineer-Lit. I1R1ECTORY WILL BE GIVEN OUT
Fri. August 8-Lit-Law. TO NONE BUT SUBSCRIBERS AND
Mon. August 11-Lit-Law ADVERTISERS. PERSONS WHOSE
Sat. August 16-Law-Engmeer.
NIAIES DO NOT APPEAR IN THE

returned from Constantinople, will
lecture tonight at 8:00 o'clock in the
west lecture room of the physical lab-
oratory, on "Turkey During the Bal-
kan War." Great interest attaches to
this lecture, as Prof. Allen' was one
of the few white men who was an
eye witness of the atrocities of this
war.
When the war broke out Prof. Allen
was engaged in organizing and build-
ing Robert College near Constanti-
nople. During the massacres of the
Christians, his friends here feared for
his safety, but fortunately the Turks
did not attack the college. After the
massacres, the small band of men at
the college were in constant danger
of death from starvation and disease,
and the work of construction was ab-
solutely put to an end when the sup-
plies were captured by the Armen-
ians as contraband of war.
Finally, however, Prof. Allen was
able to complete the work, and has
returned to resume his duties at the
university.
CHINESE STUDENTS CLUB TO
ENTERTAIN NEW STUDENTS.
A reception will be given by the Chi-
nese Students' club of the university
in Newberry hall Saturday evening at
7:00 o'clock in honer of the visiting
delegation of Chinese students who are
attending summer session.
President V. T. Maw, of the organi-

until August.
In order to avoid opposition by other
cities in the state, a special committee
has been appointed by the Ann Arbor
Civic Association to present a state-
ment of the condition, and the contem-
plation of the proposition by the uni-
versity authorities and the townspeo-
ple. The committee will go to Lan-
sing on July 7 when the commission
of the proposed hospital appointed by
Governor Ferris will meet and decide
the site. In all possibilities the de-
cisionwill be delayed at the suggestion
of the committee.
As 200 acres of the Towar farm are
good woodland, arrangements will be
made to benefit the forestry depart-
ment with the forest. It is the desire
of the Ann Arbor Civic association to
turn the entire land into a beauty spot.
No large buildings will be erected on
the lot, only fine little cottages will
be constructed aong the top of the Bar-
ton dam. It is understood that the hos-
pital will accommodate no insane peo-
ple or idiots, but merely epileptics.
SENIOR LAWS TAKE OATH
ADMITTING THEM TO BAR.
Leaving here on a special train, 145
members of the senior law class jour-
neyed to Lansing last Tuesday and
were made full fledged lawyers. After
taking the prescribed oath the future
legal lights gathered at the Downey
house for luncheon. Chief Justice
Steere, Attorney General Grant Fel-
lows and Prof. Evans Holbrook made
short speeches.
The barristers visited the principal
places of interest in the city in the
afternoon and made a visit to the ag-
ricultural college. They returned to
Ann Arbor early in the evening. The
programs for the day were rather ap-
propriate in that they were printed in
a form resembling a lawyer's brief.
Will Entertain University Women.
The Women's League will give a
play and reception at 4:00 o'clock this
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium, for
all university women, whether mem-
bers of the league or not.

I

zation, will deliver the address of wel-
come. A musical program will be pre-
sented, and refreshments will be serv-
ed.
This will be the only gathering dur-

ALL LAW GIRAiUATES ST!A'D
HIGIH IN OHIO BAR EXAM.
Late reports from Columbus an-
pounce that all Michigan men who

took the state bar examination a few
weeks ago have passed with a good
University Buys Two Lots, standing. No returns have as yet
H. J. Abbott has sold to the univer- been received from other states. The
sity for $1,100 two lots on South State standing of Michigan graduates in the
street. The ground will be added to various state bar examinations has
the forestry experiment plot. been the highest.

LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS OR ADVER uing the entire summer and the guests
TISERS WILL BE REFUSED COPIES are urged to attend.
Al' ANY PRICE. - --
STUDENTS ARE URGED TO SEE Prof. Friday to Remain at Michigan.
THAT THEIR ADDRESSES AND
TELEPHONE NUI)IBERS ARE PROP- Prof. David Friday of the economics
ERLY REGISTEIED AT THE UNI- department has refused the offer of a
VERSITY OFFICES, FOR THI full professorship at Chicago univer-
NAJES WILL BE PRINTED AS sity, and will remain at Michigan.
THEY APPEAR iN THE ROSTER OF In recognition of his value to the uni-
'IHE UNIVERSITY. I versity the board of regents at its last
IF YOU WANT THE DIRECTORY meeting voted him a substantial in-
SUBSCRIBE AT ONCE. crease in salary.

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