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March 01, 1919 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY MA

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RESENTS ANT RAISE
IN PROFESSORS' PI
(Continued from Page One)
many years ago by his father, Prof.
S. P. Langley. There was also ac-
cepted the gift of a cornet, used in
the first band that ever played in
Ann Arbor, and presented by Joseph
Grinner..
To Establish Laboratory
The offer of the Cleveland Tractor
company to establish an internal com-
bustion laboratory in the University
was accepted under the agreement
that the result of all experiments
would be for the benefit of the public
and free to it, though experiments in
special, problems affecting the com-
pany could be cared on at their own
expense. Another gift from a manu-
facturing company was accepted when
the National Analine and Chemical
company of New York, donated to the
University two fellowships in organic
chemistry.
Compulsory Fees Made
In view of the anticipated comple-
tion of the Michigan Union next year,
the Board decided that the, annual fee
for membership in the Union will
henceforth be $5 instead of $3 as this
year, and that it willbe included in
the University fee. A fee of $1 will
be included in the fee of all women
students, to be assessed for the Wom-
en's league. The budget for the sum-
mer school, amounting to $71,685.01
ws passed in anticipation of a large
attendance this summer. This is sig-
nificant of the numbers 'of old stu-
dents returning to school, as this is
about the same amount as the pre-
war budget of two years ago.
Buildings to Go
A decision was taken forbidding the
dumping of any more rubbish in the
"cat-hole," as there is consideration
'of using the property some time in
the future as the site for a Greek thea-
ter. It was also agreed to tear down
the old Surveying building because
of the menace to passers-by. The pub-
lication of pamphlets defining the
needs of the University was authoriz-
ed. These would be concerned with
the different bills in the legislature
affecting the University, needs of the
hospitals, the different schools, and
especially at present the increased
mill tax.
To Use Daily Aid
One of the interesting actions taken
was 'tie agreement of the Regents to
advertise the University through The
Michigan Daily. This was taken as
a result of the good work of The Daily
in spreading the Michigan gspel
wherever it goes. As more than 300
high schools throughout the state re-
ceive The Daily, which is read in all
the libraries, reasons for the Board's
action are readily apparent.'
Authorization was granted to make
an engraved plate, for parchment im-
pressions to Ile sent to the families
of all men from Michigan whoo were'
killed in the war.
On suggestion of the engineering
faculty, the aeronautical engineering
degree was, adhered to by the Board.

Professors Return
Among the professors returning
from war service are Colonel A. H.
Lovell, who was made professor in
electrical engineering, and Major F.
F. Mennefee, who became professor
in engineering mechanics. The res-
ignation of Prof. John D. Lee in chem-
ical engineering was accepted. Prof.
David L. Webster, who went to Massa-
chusetts institute of technology, and
Prof. Edward D. Jones, who has been
with the Vocational Education board
for some time. The resignation of
Alice L. Hunt, instructor in drawing,
was also accepted.
Ray E. Leffler was appointed in-
structor in economics, starting with
the second semester. A leave of ab-
sence of one year was granted to Prof.
W. L. Shurz, to do some work for the
United States department of com-
merce in South America. Dr. Floyd E.
Bartell was made associate professor
of physical chemistry to take the place
of Dr. J. E. Hale, who resigned. A
number of assistant professors were
provided for the Romance languages,
as more students are studying such
courses this year than ever before.
Degrees Granted
The degree of master of science was
awarded to Harry L. Shepard; and
that of master of arts to Gould A.
Andrews. Degrees of bachelor of sci-
ence were awarded to Chester R. Drap-
er, and John R. McWilliams.
University 'tudents
The Army and Navy headquarters for
cleaning and altering uniforms is situated
a he ner of N. University and Ia-
glswhre your khaki garments will re-
eive special attention by expert work-
We call for andeliver with
1 DAY SERVICE
W.L.SLEDGE, ,Prop.
pe from 7:00 a. m. to 9:3&p. m.
PHONE 2734-W; 2264-.J
WE BUY DISCARDED CLOTHES

The following were awarded degrees
in engineering:
Chester R. Draper, Washington, D.
C.; Albert E. Fellers, Harrietta; Al-
bert Carl Gabriel, Owosso; Fred Hen-
dershot, Tecumseh; PaAd Holland,
Woodville; Sand Springs, Okla.; Don-
aid H. Rankin, Hart.
Bachelor of science in engineering
(mechanical) -George E. Dake, Mus-
kegon; Joseph Karl Knoerle, West
Plains, Mo.; Hugo W. Plath, Detroit;
Sylvester C. Read, Altoona, Pa.
Bachelor of science in engineering
(electrical) -Sidney E. Anderson, De-
troit; Oscar C. Klager, Ann Arbor;
Raymond A. Muro, Ann Arbor; Wil-
liam J. Vandermeulen, Grand Rapids..
Bachelor of science in engineering
(chemical)-Harold R. Snow, Gen-
eseo.
Bachelor of science in engineering
(marine)-Raymond W. Lee, Detroit.

7:30-Prof. R. W. Sellars, of the Phi-
losophy department, speaks to the
Cosmopolitan club on "The Doctrine
of Internationalism" in room 205 U-
hall
8:00-Student social will be held in
Social rooms of the Congregational
church.
8:00-Cercle Francais holds an infor-
mal dance after a musical in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.

Upper ROom Bible Class
A Class with a Record and a Prospect. For All University
Men. Present Active Membership about 300. A Fine Motive,
a Fine Spirit, a Fine Fellowship. Try It.
At 444 South State Street every Saturday Evening from 7
to 8 o'clock. Read the Upper Room Bulletin. You may have
it for the asking.
Sunday Classes at the Bible Chair Building at 9:30 A. M.
and at 4:30 P. M. These Classes are open to Everybody.

8:00--Barbara Castleton in
ty" at Lane hall.

"Heredi-

WHAT'S GOING ON
TODAY
9:00-Comedy club tryouts in U-hall
until 12 o'clock.
7:00-The Upper Room Bible class
meets 444 south. State street
7:30-Madge Kennedy In "The Dan-
ger Zone" at the Methodist church.

t CAU 0HIMSELF,
World's Greatest Artist will appear in
Hill Auditorium, Monday, March 3
TICKETS $2.50, $3.50 $4 $5 (with $3 Festival Coupon $4.50, $5, $5.50, $6)
MR, CARUSO USES THE HAROMAN PIANO EXCLUSIVELY

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Overcoat

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FOR SATURDAY

We still have a number of strictly high grade over-
coats that we will offer Saturday at prices actually less
than wholesale.

$45.00 Overcoats go at
40.00 Overcoats go at
35.00 Overcoats go at
30.00 Overcoats go at

. . . $29.75
. . . 26.25

. . .

23.25
19.75

Soft COLLARS
Very superior in fit and wear.,
It pays to ask for Arrows.
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO., INC. MAKERS
STUDENTS
desiring to work an hour or more
a day' can make wages of more
than $i.oo per hour selling Ameri-
ca's War for Humanity and Life
of Roosevelt. Send at once for
free ouffit,
F. B. Dickerson & Co.
DEYROIT, MICH.
enclosing 20 cents in stamps for
mailing outfits.

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BOOKS

BOOKS

BOOKS

Clearance

Sale

of

Remainders and

Odd

Lots

We have leased the store at 304 S. State Street formally occupied by Roy
Henry; tailor, and must vacate this store within ten days.
We have on hand in this store 5,000 old books, and everything is offered
at bargain prices, lots at 5c each,10c, 25c, and 50c. Your choiceon any subject
Law and Medical Books, :Homoeopathic, English, French, German, Scientific,
and numerous interesting books.
Sets of hooks at Less than the Cost of the Paper
SALE BEGINS SATURDAY, MARCH 1stsConnd

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