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Sp. M. (11:30 a. m
Y, MARCH 2, 1922

eeting of the Regents held Feb. 24, the following resolution was
d, That beginning with June 30, 1922, the Secretary be author-
cted to carry over to the credit of the departments in each suc-
the' net unexpended balances in the current expense and equip-
ts. of the several University Departments."
S. W. SMITH, Secretary. {
ory Committee, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
ill be a meeting of this Committee in the Dean's office Friday'
arch 3, at 4:10 p. m. JOHN R. EFFINGER.
aculty Meeting:
March 3, at 4 p. m. in Room 212 Chemistry building..
C. H. STOCKING,Secretary.
Foreign Trade:
uel MacClintock, of the United States Bureau of Domestic and
merce, will lecture today' at 4:15 in Room 101, Economics build-
ubject "Government Help to Foreign Trade". This lecture is
ily for the students in Economics 33, but others interested in
re invited to attend. C. E. GRIFFIN.
eering Students:
ping at '.30 in the Natural Science ,Auditorium the Gisholt Ma-
Madison, Wis., will present five reels of motion pictures with an
.g talk by their representative. These are interesting action,
en by the U. S. government, and show actual boring of guns
perations. Part of the film is dev9ted exclusively to time and
y, the Gisholt Periodograph, etc., of special importance to stu-
.h scientific shop management and cost accounting. There will
ion charge. F. R. SCHERER,
Chairman of A, S. M. E.
veers:
ention is called to a letter from the General Superintendent of
e Western Union Telegraph Company with reference to posi-
ent for graduates of Engineering Schools. This letter will be
e Bulletin Board next to Room 274. .
JOHN C. PARKER.
veers:
portant that every Senior leave his measurement for Cap and
>rge K(yer's, 721 N. University Avenue, immediately.
K. M. RONAN.
udents who are required to take work in Section A as a prepa-.
hetoric I should attend the class which will be formed Friday,
p. m., in Room 101 W. H. L. J. DAVIDSON.
ill be a new class in French 7, in order to relieve the other sec-
course, starting Thursday, March 2. The section will be taught
and will meet in Room 209 U. H. Tu., Th., at 10 o'clock. Those
official cards for the other sections'are asked to report to this
A. G. CANFIELD.
and:
d will meet at Room 348, Engineering building, at 7:30 p. m.
arch 2. Instruments are available for issue to nien not now
ROBERT ARTHUR, Major, C. A. C.
ill be a meeting of the R. 0. T. C. ,t Room 348, Engineering
:30 p. m. on Thursday, March 2. Colonel Thomas J. Powers of
speak briefly on the R. O. T. C. and the Reserve Corps, Colonel
yer of Fort Wayne will tell of the experiences of the Army in
n to the public. ~ ROBERT ARTHUR;
Major, d. A. C.

Do You Know -
That Annie Smith Peck 'was the
first woman to study in the American
School of Classical Studies in Athens,
that she is perhaps the most famous
mountain climber among her sex, that
she was' the first woman to ascend
Mount Orizaba in South America,
which she did in 1897, that she climb-
ed Mount Huascaran in Peru in 1908
to a point of 21,812 feet above sea
level, the highest point in America ye't
achieved by an American, that she is
a prominent lecturer and author of
books on mountain climbing, and fin-
ally that she was a member of the
graduating class of the University of
Michigan in 1878?
PROPOSE RESTRICTED AREAS
FOR GAS AND OIL STATIONS
Erecting gasoline or oil filling sta-
tions on ground used 'for residential
or educational purposes will be ille-
gal without a permit from the city
council, if an ordinance proposed last
Monday night at a special council
meeting is passed. Such permission
wil only be granted with the consent'
of two-thirds of the owners of prop-
erty for a distance of 500 feet in each
direction.
The proposed restriction is the re-
sult of an attempt on the part of the
Staebler Oil company to erect a gas-
oline .station at the northwest corner
of' Washtenaw and South University
avenues. Prof. E. R. Sunderland and
Prof. Horace C. Wilgus, both of the
Law school, spoke in favor of the or
dinance, outlining its legality and
practical value.
Dental Students Rear Detroit Man
Dr. C.1L. Straith, of Detroit, gave a
lecture under the auspices of the Den-
tal society on hare lip, cleft palate,
and cancer of the mouth, before sev-
eral hundred dental students last
night. Dr. Straith is connected with
the Grace and Harper hospitals in De-
troit.
Mays and Ruth Sign Contracts
Hot Springs, March 1. -Carl Mays.
last year's leading pitcher of the
American league, today signed a con-
tract for 19'2, and "Babe" Ruth,
"home run king," has tentatively
agreed on terms for this year, Col T.
L. Huston, part owner of the team,
announced today.
]fidget Will Entertain Tomorrow
Miss May Consaul; midget and
reader, will give an entertainment at
7:30 o'clock tomorrow night in the
Methodist church under the auspices
of the Young Women's auxiliary of
that church. The program will also
include a number of vocal and instru-
mental selections by members of the
School of Music.
Godley Re s from Glee Club
Gordon F.. God y, '22E, resigned
yesterday afternoon as manager of the
Varsity Glee club, owing, to ineligi-
bility. His successor has not been
named.

Because of a delay in the train
schedule between Ann Arbor and Chi-
cago, Dr. McLintock of the Bureau of
Foreign and Domestic Trade was un-
able to deliver his first lecture yes-
terday afternoon in room 101, Eco-
nomics building.
Name Mack to Suceed Landis
Chicago, March 1.-Federal Judge
Julian W. Mack of New York has been
named to succeed Judge K. N. Landis,
resigned, pending a permanent ap-
pointment by President Harding,
Judge George A. Carpenter announced
today.
Burton's Secretary Ill in Detroit
Miss Nathalie Murphy, secretary to
President Marion L. Burton, has been
taken ill while on a week-end trip to
Detroit. Her illness will necessitate
her absence for several days from the
President's office.
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ntary examination for those who
will be given Saturday morning,

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ial hall. In the architectural corri-
dor of the Engineering building
there is a display of etchings of the
war zone.
EXTEND TIME LIIT FOR
ORATORICAL MANUSCRIPTS
Although many manuscripts were
submItted for the Northern Oratorical
contest, the department of public
speaking has decided to extend the
final date for entering until 12 o'clock
Saturday, March 4.
Two prizes are offered to the suc-
cessful candidates. The winner in the
University contest receives $100 and
the Chicago Alumni medal, the die of
which cost $1,850. The winner of the
second prize receives $50.
Manuscripts not exceeding 1,850
words in length must be handed in by
prospective entrants, either to the
office of the public speaking depart-
ment or to Oscar A. Brown, '24L.
SENIOR LITS WILL ELECT
COUNCIL MEMBERS TODAY

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There will be a meeting of the sen-
for literary class at 4 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in room 205, Mason hall. The
most important business to be taken
up is the election of two representa-
tives to the Student council. Formal
reports will also be made by all the
class committees.

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