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I IIE MICHIGAN DAIL\ _______

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1IlY OFFICIAL BULLETIN1
icaion In the Bulletin is constructive notice to .11 members of
J uitersity. Copy received until n-204D. m. (11:30O a.,m. Saturday.)
rtt 3 VN D ATE, AIPIUL T), 1923 Numb~er UIl
1) Can~
ere will be a con ference of the Deans oan Wednesday, May 2, at
i. M. I,. BURTON.
ity Lectuare:
Chalkley Slack, Sociologic&I Director of the Studebaker Corpora-'
"1ll deliver a lecture upon. the 'subject "Personnel Policies of the
aker Corpor~ation", before the clasaes in flo. 32 and M. IN. 36, In the
1Science Auditorium Moi day, April 30, at 2 p. in. The public is
to attend. C. B. GORDY.
3s in Zoology:
edepar~tmnent of Zoology announces three lectures by Dr. Raymond
d the Johns Hopkins university:
fe Problem of Population Growth", April, 30, 8, p. in., N. S. Audi-
te Exzperimnental Study of Longevity".
1. "Environmnental Factors", April 30, 4: 15 p. 3n., 214 N. S.
build ing.
II. "Inheritance" ,May 1, 4:15 p. tn., 214 N. S.' building.
© lectures at 4: 15 p. mn. are of a semi-technical nature and of special
tto students of biology, while the 8 o'clock lecture IS of a popular
and espeially interestin~g to the general public who are cordially
A. FRANKLIN SHUiXLL.,

PALATHA

L AERIAL PULLMANS TO PLYgPLAYERS CLU GVEBTEN DRO T A D C I A OTO RIGI LJO Y

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Vndcr the (supervision of lUr, c; 'o',r
It. Stewvart, of the English depa ;rtm,>,
Players club will present tw o original
one-act plays written by' Universityv
stu(Ients at 8 o'clockWdndyngh
in Sarah Caswell A-ngell hail.
Maix wing, '24, is authior of t~he
first dramna, "The Falling Star." ThiC;
will be (directed by Robert H=enderson
'26, and its cast will include severAl
prominent campus actors.
"You Hlad Better Bew.are of Bek
fasting." written and directed by Wil-
liam P. Campbell, W2E, will conclude
the program. A light and amunsing
comedy of the present day, Camlpbell's
pliv~y also numbers among its ca,;t
some of the best known local dra ma-
tie talent.
PICTI-RE4OWF lU. T'I'HOM ASI DEN
PRESENTED TO [BIB'E VLASS1
Harold Jacox, '26, representing the
Grail, which is an orgaizatio~n of
freshmen within the S. C. A., last ight
presented the Upper Room Bible c latss
with a picture of its leader, Dr. Th~om-I
as Iden., Pictures of manly of tOe
"Rooms's" big men are hanging on th,'
(wall, but until last night there wvas
no picture of "Father" Iden. TChe pire-
sentation was a surprise to all. Not
even "Father' Iden had seen the pic-I
ture, as it-'was an enlargemeunt .of one
found on file at Rentschler's studio.

Left, Metl in IE. Dare and one of his in achies. Top, Dare air Pulliami inl f1ighit.

Below, spai iler noilel.

tAnnual Business 3Meeting:
ter in Michigan, Phi Beta, Kappa, will hold its annual
g Wednesday, May 2, 4.15 p., ,in Rooms 204-20)5, Mason

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0.. H. COOLEY, President.
IE. M. CAR ROTA, Secretary.

Detroit, April 28 (By Central Press) sufficiently frequent intervals so that
.--Platts are nearly 'completed for the the planes will be always within glid-
establishment during the coming sum- ing distance of one of thenm. There
finer of a passenger; and freight-car- fields will be plainly marked so as
rying airplane line between Chicago to be visible day or night, and in case
an~d Detroit. The .planes used will be of any kind of trouble the planes can
the new Dare variable' camber type, glide safely to a landing on one of
ea~ch machine carrying ten passengers them.
and a reasonable amount of baggage, One of the illustrations shows v
or fewer passengers and a correspond- plane as it will look in flight.- The
ing amount of freight or express. passengers will , be seated in chairs
There will be no regular stops be- similar to those in a Pullman chair
tween the two cities, but emergency car, and the cabins of the planes wit
14uding fields will be constructed at be heated whenever necessary, and

sare provided with ample ventilating
E- arrangements. Large windlows on1
ejeach side permit, of unobstructed ob-
el An~oher illustration shows MelvinI
n ' mo Dare, the inventor of the vari able
)f camber, standing before one of the
small planes of that type, which have
-l been successfully triecd out at Sel-I
,e fridge Field.
Is The third picture shows oxne of the
,small planes from above, giving aI
11 good idea of the construction of the
Cwings.

I Wkm

Mi chig an track stfar, 'who }placcdl
h~ighi point man at the Penn relays.
i.

e make-up examination on Oreek Art will be held Tuesday, May 1,
m~. in. Room A, Alumni Memorial Hall.
BRUCE MY, DONALDSON.
rof the Otlamber of Commere:
Fred Woodruff, vice-president of the Adcraft Club of le roit, will'
sthe mnembers of the Chamber of Comtmerce at the Union Wednesday,
All members are requested to be present.'
13. K,6WARTZ, Educational Director.

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Soph Band t 1,('lell
Members of the sophonmore band~ will
meet at 7 o'clock' in. room :125 of thie
Union Tuesday night..

TIA.E 1 ) OAl'AND VEST
11iUTLI-NEW 'EROV$SERS OF
Brliigin a sa1,iale or 'est of that
old tdiscartded siult. AWe will
atch tha Oe goods and make a
newm pair of trouser" to your
mieaure.
Samplle and 1ri ces Submitted
for Your Aplaprovali
An Extra Pair of Trousers WYIll
M'ike You~r Old Sat a INew CO-
4^ F. W UERT 'CO-
Next to WGenjrl W.'1h tre i

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IAT'SGOING ON
'E-4eopy for this colunashould
aai*uttedl by 5:30 o'cock of
dl~y 'before pu1bllcMaol.
.SUNDAY
-Univjersity Heirs Sible cln.4
to in Upper tLom, Lane hall.,
-,Bpofi eW ubmeets in roanm

7 :44--Sopoomore band meet$ In room
" 326 of the' Union.
s7 : W-Scaip and Blade ill-Buffalo
smoker in room 318 of the Union.
? :30- Veteran s'. 'memtorial eobmlttoe
meets in room" 302 tof the Union.:
P 1:30 - I'tprirnitvr cnferencenin

for botabout wlltwo aalaw b eeks. a The cpalast ten The DoLittle NtFish's SLight .nde Aesk, There BfAlovill be a smoker Soe ie for all Buf-
days of the trip will b~e devoted tot IV falo men at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday eve-
ning at the Union. The entertainment
a reconnaissance across the Cumber-; Borodin, Song of the Dark Forest; 'will consist' of music and other'a spe-
land Plateau and the valley of east- Rachmaninoff, Night Mysterious; ) cil'nmbmiers. Among the attractions
emi Tennessee. This district provides Rachmaninoff, Floods of Spring. will be a slight-of-hand performance
excllet mteialforexursonswih ______________- and several tricks by a student magic-
Appalachian features, coal mining, ia.Al exfrmuflondvcit
zinc muining, marble quarries and Pison Progts Increase in l e rmBfaoadvcni
aluminum. plants within easy reach. s Marquette, April 28. - Marquette# are cordially invited by the Michigan
chapter of Scalp and Blade ,
Prof. C. 0. Sauer is heading the. prison made a profit of nearly $15,000 ____
geography course, and Prof. George in March, a sum higher by $5,000 than - {

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For Goad Floin Uhe
RIVER'S SPECIAL INK
A super/or founlta ii pen ink
RIIER 'S PE..N SHOP

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t cloys,- Church of~
S i Uper room, Lang
t' Bible classes meet Inj
,se at Wesley hall.
kEpsiloft dinner hIn oom
r Vibbert speaks at the
ppe in Harris hall. {
,a guild meets in Moth-
Dfi an club muets In C.
churchh. Foreign stu-t
(damsii speaks on "The.
,s ' tKentucky" in, Un-

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306 of the Union,.S mas n e lra, 'iAND gm
fourth floor, University hall.
8;M--14601yte s_ meet in room 1K0, Ma.M U I AN___ _ _
son hal M USICIANS______ -----
8A -4nnn b nfto Conn;en's league, in Hill auditorium.. 3IIIuS. ('elienu'Fft eal"i
a Th~is open
FfhR tI the iithaconcert of her historic c
t- OTICE song cycle which will be given at 8
All sophomores desiring to paclas414ocoktmorwngt nPtegill c'f$.toM1
baeal alBl edat 66 8 to- apcditoriim , tmrwngtMadame Clara at ilClemens *S undyikud yfrom r P.rl .
!day. will offer a program of 20 songs by -
modern French andRussian compos-e ti.I
jes-Saint-Satins, B'izet, LaFarCome in before or after ' Show
[NHD[[MENI~ ' T SIU Duparc, Rubinstein, Tschaikowsky, ~,~(mn t'e hns ~ ~ 4
11RLL NTTO TI M o ui s s o rgsky, lmisly-Korsaknff. I
whose works fill approximately the
FO GCOO.GSIAL UCA" MP IInterval 'between the death of Brahms RelC ikeaa
andgtheradtent forhethltfourthr ntcummerhckchool.
1""egsrtnfothforhumescoliF dgjMedurse tn geology and ;geography The program is as follows: Fud' ra~nth t s ~
I ilbegin at the Re 1trar s office on I e h t sRih
Tuesday. T~he coursesare geology, tv e;ain t es, rLCloche; La , 'E- iii
1nd geg~h ,btbeing field dave;ft, Av ;FueAie nKCoffee and OurN'Special FruitC k
Courses for eight hours credit, and eve; Duparc, Phiydile. Ii-"
in ted to 16 men each. The prere- II I' h c lt ~Vi~"~ lzi
quisite for the Course In geology is a Rubinstein, Fireudvol nd Leldid..hoL VYIL-with W ipped gypped A . 'ream
years study. In dyneaite, . structural Rubinstein, Es IBlin'kt der Thian; I'll 111
and stratigraphic geology, and for Tachaikowsk,,y, Speak c NotD4 Beloved; Candy withou ariail
geography, n~n approved year's work Tschaikowsky, Whether DyDws
in geography of collegiate grade. Tsehaikowsliv, Pauline's Song; Mos- "
The main camp will be located at! sorgsky Hioper (Ilopak). '
Mtill Springs, Kentucky, and willesb#' I n II
I ~imsy-I~orakotf.Littl e Snow .WziiI.t1XiV ~~~t~u
occupied for at l leastoar month.n Side
expdtoswlbecnutdi i ,flake'ss Arietta; Rlimeky-Korsakoff; z._ _- - .. . =- -__ __
?vicinity, and it is hoped that a river Song of theShepherd Lehl; Arensky, -__

HAVE "YOU TRIED-
The new deliciously
refreshing drink.
THE CHOCLATE DAIRY DRINK
5c per 'botlei
Ask for it at your restaurant
--OR CALL-
423
THE' ANN ARBOR DAIRCO AN
Fourth and Catherine :streets

i' student
ano hiall.

congregtion.

dinner 1n' room

ueots in room W of
moots In room 30 of

fnatity lunch In prl-
nom of the Union.
lta Chi dinner fa as,
, the Union.
.1 Go pcl of, SL ,Jolt,
~as meets in Upper

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Wmax Calf and
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English Broadcloth
Genuine ,imported shirts in white and new
shade of tan. A remarkable shirt for

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$3.50

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PONGEE SILK

This
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MADRAS
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$3x.00
Woven 1\/ldyas in hair line
$2.50

checks for
stripes for

$3.50

$4.50

$ 10to $14

Arrow de Luxe cord $2.7 s Pure Linen in natural, unblached shade. $30
Bn Shrs A (a big seller) Something new.
an S its Areal fine Pongee $2.50 Oxford cloth, always good. $2.50

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