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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TO HOLD SYMPOSIUM ON
METHOD OF EVOLUTION
ZOOLOGISTS AT SCIENCE CONVEN-
TION MEET THIS AFTER-
NOON
Two meetings, which promise to be
among the most interesting of those
held by the Michigan Academy of Sci-
ence, will be held on Wednesday and
Thursday afternoons by the zoology
section.
Today at 3 o'clock there will be a
symposium on "The Method of Evolu-
tion," in room 355 Natural Science
building. At this meeting Prof. E. C.
Case will speak on "Paleontology,"
Prof. A. G. Ruthven on ;'Zoo-geo-
graphy," Dr. Bryant Walker on "Con-
chology," Prof. J. F. Shepard on
"Comparative Psychology," and Prof.
A. F. Shull on "Genetics."
On Thursday at 1:30 o'clock an ex-
cursion will be conducted through the
zoological laboratories under the
guidance of Prof. G. R. LaRue. Dur-
inlg this excursion, besides typical stu-
dent and private laboratories and of-
fices, rooms designed for special pur-
poses such as the cave, the constant
temperature room, the microphoto-
graphic room, the light reaction room,
and the chart room, will be visited
and described.
CHARGES VOTING UNFAIR

LIST COLLEGE MEN FOR
GOVERNMENTAL SERVICE
INTELLIGENCE BUREAU GIVES
NAMES TO FEDERAL
AUTHORITIES
University students and alumni
throughout the country are being cata-
logued as to their abilities for govern-
mental service by the intercollegiate
intelligence bureau, organized for that
purpose. The information being pre-
pared will be used by the federal gov-
ernment when required.
The bureau has branches in 47 uni-
versities and colleges, each of which
is distributing questionaires as to the
student's previous training along me-
chanical lines, his weight and height,
the general character of his health,
and his willingness to serve the gov-
ernment in time of need. The an-
swers to the questionaires by no
means bind the signer to any obliga-
tion.
There are branches of the bureau
in all large universities and colleges,
including Yale, Harvard, Princeton,
Pennsylvania, Washington, and nu-
merous other state universities and
professional or technical colleges.
lntercollegfate-

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No way to do it but to see as many clothes as pos-
sible that are excellently made-of well-combined
colors-and of graceful lines.
Coming to the Hutzel Shop often will show you
what to wear and how to wear it.

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who said to his secretary, when the secretary was late to go to an ap-
pointment. "Either you must get, a new watch or I a new secretary."
Now we do not know whether the secretary got the new watch or not,
but we do know that if he did he did not get anything as artistic or as
dependable as the watches as can be had by people of today, even if he
paid four times as much for it. Modern science has done wonders in
the manufacture of fine watches, as well as other things and \vith the
aid of delicate machinery finer watches can be made at a rate and at
a price undreamed by our grandfathers.
Our stock of reliable watches consist of those thin model watches
for the boys and the ever popular bracelet watches for the young
ladies.. We are prepared to serve our customers who have promised
a watch for a graduation present. We also have heavier watches for
those who want watches for rough use.
You will find our prices on fine watches very reasonable, and we
shall be glad to show you the beautiful designs at your convenience.
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an W ting the speakership," Mann said.
I think the Republicans could elect
me if they wanted to, I personally
favor a non-partisan or bi-partisan or-
ganization of the house, but If the Re-
Minority Leader Would Support Clark publicans insist on a partisan organ-
to Further "Unanimity" ization I will stick with them."
on Congress Majority Leader Kitchen, when in-
formed of Mann's statement, hung
Washington, March 27.- Minority crepe immediately on the non-partisan
Leader Mann, Republican candidate idea. "A majority both of Democrats
for speaker of the house, is willing to and Republicans;" Kitchen said, "are
forego his candidacy and support opposed to a non-partisan organiza-.
Speaker Champ Clark "in the interest tion. If we had a bi-partisan one, the
of unanimity" even though he believes only compromise conceivable, we
the Republicans can elect him if they must do it by giving the Republicans
try, he declared this afternoon, the committee chairmanships and the
"I do not know what the Republi- Democrats half."
cans want to do. I am willing to step
aside fron any chance I have of get- Patronize Daily Advertisers.

MILITARY TRAINING SHOULD NOT
BE FORCED UPON FRESHMEN
AND SOPHOMORES.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
I am glad a vote is to be taken on
the question of compulsory military
training. However, considering the
question to be voted upon, I think the
All-campus ballot is decidedly unfair.,
The most elementary principle of
democracy requires that government
shall be by and with the consent of
those governed. That is the principle
upon which our government was
founded. If it is a just and sound
principle, as I believe it is, why not
make use of it in determining the
question of compulsory military train-
ing at Michigan?
If compulsory military training is to
be adopted by the freshmen and soph-
omores of the literary and engineer-
ing colleges, it should be by and with
the consent of those effected by com-
pulsory military training, the fresh-
men and sophomores of the literary
and engineering colleges, and those
alone; and should not be forced upon
the freshmen and sophomores of the
literary and engineering colleges,
without their consent and against
their will ,by members of other classes
and schools unaffected by the propos-
ed training course.
Without discussing the advantages
or disadvantages of compulsory mil-
itary training, I wish to ask why com-
pulsory military training in the United
States is preparedness and compul-
sory military training in Germany is
militarism?
THURMAN L. McCORMICK, '17L.
Prof. Bartlett to Serve on Committee
Prof. H. H. Bartlett of the botanical
department has been elected one of
the three members of the Botanical
society of America to serve on the
committee of national defense.
If $6.00 a day for next summer in-
terests you, call 433-M.-Adv. 28-30-1

Iowa: Headed by the university
band, typical warriors of all times
filed down the streets of Iowa City
in the annual engineers parade. Im-
plements of destruction varying from
battle-ales to siege guns were car-
ried by the marchers.
Yale: Prof. H. V. Bozell of the elec-
trical engineering department and
formerly captain of a signal corps in
the national guard has a plan to or-
ganize an engineering and signal corps
at Yale.
California: Students of the Univer.
sity of California will celebrate the
49th anniversary of the granting of
the charter to the university tomor-
row.
Pennsylvania: Question blanks
have been sent out to the students and
alumni of the University of Pennsyl-
vania asking them which branch of
the service they would prefer to enter
in case of war.
Harvard: Announcement has been
made that the geology department of
the university will hereafter co-oper-
ate with the M. I. T. incourses in geo-
logy.'
Oklahoma: A campaign has been
launched here to raise $110,000 for
the erection of a new Y. M. C. A.
building.
Brown: President Faunce of Brown
university has appointed a committee
to look into the ways and means of
providing an adequate athletic field
for the students. The old field may be
sold or it may be rebuilt to meet the
increasing needs of the school.
Cornell: Willard D. Straight, Corn.
ell, '01, has pledged $1,800 for the pur-
chase of. an ambulance and mainten-
ance of its driver for one year in
France. This donation is only one of
those being received by the Cornell-
Ithaca section of the American am-
bulance field service in France.
Syracuse: Ice and snow is no
handicap to Syracuse oarsmen accord-
ing to the Syracuse Daily Orange.
One Varsity and one freshman crew
rowed as far as open water would
permit although icicles and snow
caked their oars.

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MICHIGAN WOMEN'S
ANNUAL LUNCHEON
BARBOUR GYMNASIUM
Saturday, March 31, 12 o'clock
Tickets 50c for undergraduates
All others, 75c,
Kansas: A plan is under way at the
university to discipline freshmen who
refuse to wear their freshinan caps.
The idea is opposed by Dean Templin.
Minnesota: IFeur students luive left
the university for France whcre they
will join the American ambulance
corps.
Wisconsin: Seniors at the univer-
sity are undecided as to whether they
will give a golf course or an auditor-
ium as a memorial. It is thought
that the money will be raised by notes
payable in live and ten years.
1,000 Vassar Girls in War Service
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., March 26.-One
thousand Vassar undergraduates have
signed up for war service. The en-
rollments include service as nurses,
Red Cross workers, wireless telegraph
operators, motor car, drivers, and
clerks.
The hospital classes of the Ameri-
can Red Cross organized after the
diplomatic break with Germany are
now ready to graduate about 300 girls.
Many of, the students are prepared to
enter the national service and pro-
vide their private motor cars and
means.
Patronize Daily Advertisers..

No matter what course
you're taking you need
this famous pencil!
B ECAUSEolof the superla-
tive quality of material
and workmanship, VENUS is
the finest pencil it is possible
to, make.
If you like a thick, soft lead
that marks so that you can
read the writing half-way
across the room, choose the
soft degrees 6B-5B-4B.
For short-hand notes or easy writing
3B3-213--B (medium soft) are' popular.
For sketching, general writing purposes,
etc., HB-F-H-2H (med-
ium) will prove desirable.
For drafting, a medium
hard pencil gives the best
results and you'll like 3H-
4H-5H--6H. ie
For very thin, narrow lines
for extremely accurate
graphical charts, maps, de-
tails, etc., 7H-8H--9H are
available.
Look for the distinctive water mark
finish on each of the 17 black degrees
and hard and medium copying.
Your professors will confirm these
statements as to the merits of VENUS
pencils.
For sale at the college book store.
This box
of VENUS
samples
4 "2 free.
State the
course
you are taking
American Lead Pencil Co.
215 Fifth Ave., Dept. D. D., New York
A. E. Carson Speaks to Foresters Cli
A. E. Carson, secretary of the publ
domain commission of Michigan, wl
be the principal speaker at the a
nualIoresty club banquet held at tl
Renellei Hospice tomorrow evenin
at 6:30 o'clock.
The Palais Royal has the agency f
the Good Shepard yarns. Please ce
and see them.--Adv. 28-9-

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