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March 26, 1912 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-03-26

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Michigan Dai
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1912.

AMASTERS MEET TONIGHT.

TO HAVE MINIATURE ANNUAL.

-:

PRESIDENT HU'
SPEAK AT

State Organization Convenes Here in
Forty-Seventh Session.
The 47th meeting of the Michigan
Schoolmasters' Club will commence at
8 o'clock tonight with a joint session
of the classical conference and the
Ann Arbor Art Association in the
high school auditorium. Prof. F. W.
Kelsey will give an illustrated lecture
on"The Excavations and Discoveries at
Cyrene in 1910-11" and the public is
nvited to attend.
The general session of the club will
not begin until tomorrow morning
,vhen Prof. A.A. Michelson, of the Uni-
rersity of Chicago, will speak on "Iri-
descent Colors of Birds and Insects."
The majority. of the state schoolmas-
ers will not arrive until tomorrow
night or Thursday morning as most of
he conferences do not start until
[hursday.
Admission to all meetings of the club
s by badge, but all university students
nay obtain one by applying to Secre-
ary L. P. Jocelyn in the registrar's

Senior Law Banquet Souvenirs Will
Be Small Year-Books.
Although they will not have space in
the Michiginensian, the senior laws
will have a publication of their own in
the form of a twenty page souvenir
book. This book, which will be given
away to all who attend the annual
banquet at the Hotel Secor, Toledo,
May 3, will contain the menu of the
banquet, pictures of the class officers,
committee chairmen, and all of the
class athletic teams. It will also con-
tain the class history and prophecy,
a cut of the law building, and other
pictures and articles of interest to the
near attorneys.
The class banquet committee has de-
cided to offer a prize of one ticket to
the class banquet and free transporta-
tion to and from Toledo to the member
of the class submitting the best draw-
ing for a cover design for this souve-
nir book. All drawings must be sub-
mitted to the committee on or before]
Monday, April 1. Anyone desiring fur-
ther particulars should see W. K..
Towers of the banquet committee.

Presider
ing for G(
address th-

the

February 27 last, when tU
was unable to go. Preside
expects to be back tomori
MICHIGAN UNION WILL
FIFTH DINNER ON '
Dr. R. Peterson, W. A. H
I. 0. Bonisteel to Give
at Membership Aff
Dr. Reuben Peterson, of
department, will be the gi
or and principal speaker a
igan Union membership din
day evening, March 28. N
land, of the School of Mus
nish part of the musical ei
with a number of songs.
Roscoe Bonisteel, presiU
senior law class, will ac

I TURBINE
I IS BROKEN

SENIOR LITS ADOPT halthrof
health of
CLASS MEMORIAL Stae:.

of t
,o 75.

Prof. Zowski's Latest Design
Tests ont Better Than
One Last Week

Decide
- to

POWER TEN PER CENTIWILL

Auditorium
BANQUET IN DETROIT.
senior lits yesterday afternoon
d unanimously the report of

ard Simn
procured
m1uup_

all

the second time within a week
rbine records for efficiency, ca-
, and power have been broken by
ine designed by Prof. S. J. Zow-
Lccording to reports received by
Zowski yesterday, from the U. S.
flume at Holyoke, Mass., his

adopte

Heads

their memorial coma
dent's chair, to be at

the

comment in -

"This turbine, the last of
four turbines which I designed
for the Allis-Chambers Co., was
constructed to increase the al-
ready high capacity developed by the
other turbines, and to boost the effi-
ciency," said Prof. Zowski when in-
terviewed last night.
"At normal speed and power the re-
sults are astonishing to all engineers
connected with turbine design. The
power was increased 10 per cent. while
the speed remained the same, and the
efficiency has beaten all records,reach-
ing 89.2 per cent.
"This turbine is now far ahead of
any turbine ever built and exceeds the
capacity of the hIghest power turbines
now on the market by about 50 per
cent."
Fresh Engineers Dine at Union.
Dean M. E. Cooley, was the honored
guest at the dinner given by the fresh
engineers at the Union last evening.
About 65 first year men turned out to
be entertained by the head of the en-
gineering department.
Dean Vaughan Goes to Chicago.
Dean Victor C. Vaughan left yester-
day afternoon for Chicago on profes-
sional business. He will return to
Ann Arbor today.
Official inspection of sanitary condi-
tions in fraternity and lodging houses1
is made by the college authorities at
Amherst.

tiuon or tne committee.
At commencement and other recog-
nized occasions, the chair will occupy
the central position on the rostrum in
the Hill auditorium. Designs have
been asked for through Albert Kahn,
architect for the new building, in order
that the chair may conform to what-
ever motif is to prevail in the interior
decoration of the hall. In. this way
the class expressed itself in favor of
keeping the memorial fund intact, in-
stead of dividing it as was suggested.
Carl Eberbach was unanimously
chosen alumni secretary-treasurer,and
Irene McFadden and Herbert Watkins
were elected on the committee to as-
sist.
Caps and gowns are to be rented
from Mack & Co. and measurements
must be taken within the next two
weeks. If the gowns are worn from
swing-out to commencement, the rent-
al will be two dollars, but if used only
during commencement week,- the
amount is a dollar. A five dollar de-
posit is required in either case when
the gown is taken. It was the opin-
ion of the class that Mondays and
Thursdays should be the days when
caps and gowns should be worn.
The class further went on record asr
In favor of an all-senior day and Bois
Blanc was suggested as the place. The
time and place will be decided by rep-
resentatives of the various senior

tha

the

g made and
held at the
"Work is
are ready to
I entertain a1
play has
ut on," said
i last night.
> road com-
for the pur-
orate "sets"
background
present this

being conducted
dow in U. hall from
-om 1 to 4 p. m.

classes.
The class banquet was announced
for the near future and is to be held
at the Griswold House in Detroit. No
definite date was set for the occasion.

;7
E
a

of factories in the Ui
Billiard EstabliF
The Old Place bil
State street was cl
Deputy Sheriff Kenn
closure of a mortgag
by George to Sadie
place will be sold
Friday, March 29.

. , ,

Carrie
.R E

Jacobs-Bond

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Newberry Hall Auditorium, March 28, '12, 8 p.m.

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