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____________ ________THE MICHIGAN DAILN

OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Labor Whip!

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cation in the Bulletin is coo-4tructive notice toall members of
liiversity. Copy received by tip ,Asfil anV tc the ?-Wdeuit uth
p. m. (11:38 a. m. Saturi'ssv-
me~ 4 T1UESDAY, )ARCHIS 1, 1924 --N tiler 1'24
Deans:
re will be no conference of the Dleans on Wednesday, March 19.
K. L. Burton.

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WIL HOLD KICK SCHOOL'
SPIKING CONTEST HERE'
Instead of testing their prowess in
a prepared debate, seven representa-,
tives of leading Michigan high schoolsjX
will appear before the English sec-,
tinof the lichigan Schoolmaster's l

wheih roam tigers, leopards, bears and
wiolv es.
"They -are like shadows in the
forests and will salute no one," said
Rev. Mr. Branch, who lived near them
for a decade. "They, make wooden
dishes with their knives and are ex-
pert whittlers. When they wish to
sell any of their dishes they come out
of the forest, nut drown their wares
and retire into the jungle. The travel-
er then inspects them and if he wantst
Sny, he leaves grain, other food or?

Read The Daily "Classified'

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MATCHLESS! The performance of
this new portable typewriter is equal-
led by none, large or small. Students
and faculty members alike will find
this the most practical and satisfactory
typewriter on the market. It will be
shown in a few days.,

obert Wieneke, '22, of the General Electric Company, Schene~ctady,
ill be at the Michigan Union today, Tuesday March is,
view seniors only, regarding the business training course offered
Peneral Electric Co. F. Vi. Robbins.

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' o Freshmen Womei:
A meeting of the freshmen women will bie held in Sarah Caswell Angell
[fall on Wednesday afternoon; March .19th, at 5:00 o'clock. All freshmen
womnen are requested to be present for the purpose of discussing commnittees
for the Lantern Night Pageant.
Ma rion 11. Blood, Assistant Dean of Women.
A. S. MI. F.:
There will be a meeting of the Student Blranch, Tuesday, March 18th
A. 7:30 in Room 229, E~ngineering Bunilding. Arthur Schubring will speak
n "The Binary Vapor Heat Engine with special reference to the mercury
vapor turbine installations of tlhe Hartford Light and Power Cinp any".
All interested are cord*ially invited to atend.
John Wyllie, jr.
Enig neriur College.. .Fresbuman :Mentor lReports:
The reports are now in the hands of the Mentors and the FreThimn
houild call for them at once. F. 3M. Bragg.
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 p. in. Tuiesday, March 18 in
,oom 202 Physics Building. Professor W. _F. Colby and Mr. D. W. Bronk
will speak on: "Molecular Spectra in the Far Infra-Red."
It. X. TRandall.
tt dent Mathematics Society:
There will be a regular meeting Tuesday, March 14, at 8:00 p. im. ill
loom 151 of the Chemistry Building. Paper: will be presented by I). B. Mc-
,aughlin and HT. F. Schiefer. All students interested are cordially invited
o attend. N. : . Fislk, Screta ry.
,a Soceld Adi(panlca:
Thaere will be a meeting of the Sociedad Hispanica this evening at 7:45
, in. in Room 209 Tappan H"all. All members are urged to be present.
llillron Petersoun.
keoytes:
Acolytes mf et Tuesday at eight in room 106 M. IT., Prof. Sellars will
-ead on Kant and Science. 0. K. BonIjw in.
I. 0. T. C.Rad
Practice at Morris Hall 'tonight at 7:15.
Ri..0. T. C. Formation for 3:00 p. in. Wednesday 19th instant.
Infantry Drill: All members Companies A and B, Coast Artillery..
B ~and practice at Morris Hall.
Officers, noncommissioned Officers, Seniors and Juniors not included

'club here April 4 to see which~ one cansoehnofautqalvu.
speak most effectively to an audi- "They are anything but warlike and
o nce on a topic assigned but one hour! are reckoned the most timid denizens
G. Ser. Lce fterhtrcdpr-of the forests. They are wonderful
(I S. a pshe of the htoicdegatnte climbers but do not live in them.
ran ent d p e i e t 1 t-Mch g n H th ey m an ag e to su rv iv e life in
Council of Teachers of English has ar-thfossinwchra tgelop
rangd te cntet ad anoucestheards, bears and wolves, is more thanj
following high schools which have en-anoek ws
teiced contestants: Arthur Hill, of~ noekos
Saginaw; Ypsilanti, Port Huron, Bat-j 'Thiey believe themselves all do-
tie Creek, Saginaw E. S., Lansing and1 scended from royal blood. For this
Kalamazoo.! reason they call themselves Rajils, and
*One hour before the conitest, each! claim to be descended from the fore-
contestant will be admitted to a room father3 of the Ra jbar family, ruling1
* where lie will receive a list of 10 sub- house of Askot, a native state of that1
Jects from which he must make his region. Some of their number tocca-
choice. A trophy will be awarded the Morally visit the village bazaars but
Iwinner who is to speak at least four no one can talk with them or barter
minutes and not more than six. save by signs."
The contest will take place i nPat-
tengill auditorium and will be one of WINKF'23. TO 1T VFI
the features of thle Schoolnmster SENLIORS WHO WANT JOBS
club's conference which will he held ---,
here April 3 and 4. Seniors in business administration

A. C.
Phtypwlhr

ST!IMS .ON
SlIuupdles JRepairing
3l08 S. State St.

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I'STUDENTSSPL O
1111 South University Avenue

Renjamin Charles 'poor I
Labor is using the tactics of its~ op-1
p)onenlts in its efforts to retain its
hold on the government of Hngland.
Benlaiin Charles Spoor, lparliinien-l
Lary sec rotary of the treasury, is the
chief whipof0 the MacDonald party in
parliamnent.
ULTRA-VIOLET RAY'S MAY
TEST PAINTING VALUES
Lafayette, Ind., March 17.-By turn-
ing colored lights and ultra-violet,
rays on suspected ,paintings, and then
photographing them, it can be dis-
covered whether or not they are auth-
entic. The photograph will show the
kinds of colors used in the painting,
which can be compared with those of
the genuine.
"It is inevitable," said Prof. Ray
Boynton, "of the art dlepartment, "that
some such process will come into gen-
eral use. The Germans started doing
much the same thing in criminology,
some years, ago, and this is simply ap-t
plying the process to paintings."

'Your Supply Store

Strange People
In North India
Roam With Beasts.
Chicago, March 17.-A. race of men
fliving unclothed under rock ledges
and overhanging cliffs, with a history
that is not traceable and who speak
a dialect that has no similarity to any
known language, is described as "ex-
isting in Pithoragarh, North India, by
the Rev. M. Wells Branch, returned
Methodist missionary.
Their bodies are covered with dark
hair from living without shelter, are
slightly Mongolian in type, small of
stature and they never go armed. They
fuse only the crudest tools beside their
knives, yet they live in forests in

to be interviewed .by Robert F. Wein-
eke, '22, of the staff of the Auditor of
Disbursements of the General Electric
company todpy. Wieneke' will be in
room 422 at the Union at 9 o'clock thif
morning and again from 7 to 9 thh'
evening to meet any of these students
who wish to enter 'the, accounting
field.
at two
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ISCHOOL MATERVIAL, NOTEBOOKS, SMOKES

r- NMoe. UU5U
w 1IlanJ Work,
a Telephone No.
, Cash Cards W'e Call For and D

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ellyoer

Brimg me on Oh IHenry 3
back for dessert. It adds
joy to the whole afw*-
noon.

KELLY WILL SPEAK
T~alks by Jack Kelly, '24L, president!i
of the student council, and Father
Michael P. Burke, student chaplain
will feature the Open House smoker
to be given Catholic students and visit-!
ing members by Ann Arbor council
Knights of Columbuis at 8 o'clock to-
night in the lodge club, Huron and Di-
vision streets.
A short program of songs and or-j
chestra selections will be followed by{
acider-dough'~ut lunchcl. Ther'e is nc!
admission charge.

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Infantry office.

Wni. T. Vnrpenter.

IHAMIL'
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SRN TO It
SP E
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EINESS I
'COLLEGE
WILLIAM STS. I

Financial Service-,
The knowledge. that- your money is in.
safe hands. alone makes up for the effort ,.o
banking it. The convenience of our banks
is also a great aid.

Oh
Henry!.
A4 Fine Candy
I oc Everywhere

TUESD)AY
-4Jiilvrsity Girls' 6fde elul)
ets at Barbour gymnasium.
0-Barristers' Ilunii, Liia.
-Les Voyageurs meet in room
4, Uniou.
-Adelpi meeting, University ball.
-Institute of Religious Education
set at Lane liakl.
-- IKnlghit of Columbus open
uise smol~r, K. C. homne, Huron
di D~ivison streets.

ANlE O F- E A

F a rmers'.& Mechanics Bank

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New Haven, Con., March 17.---Ilos-
well P. Angler, dean of freshmen at
Yale university, 'in his report to Presi-
dent Angell gave' reasons for -failure
in college to be: absence of previ~us-
ly acquired intellectual interests, un-
due cleavage to athletics and the
teacher, and reaction from home andO
school restriction.
Dean Angier declared, "Thle attitude
in home or school may be onie of mere-
ly coaching the youth to get off Is
examinations insteadl of striving t,,
awaken him intellectually.
"It has appeared time and time
again, on questioning boys who are
not doing well, that their' previous
teachers did too much of their work
for them. Tlhere was too much cod-
dung or personal coaching. The boys
had, therefore, acquired habits of de-
pendence on the teacher."

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20th ANNUAL

Junor G irls' Play
c' kYou Madamne"

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WEDNESDAY
piloe Club meets

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b nwets In roomi 302,
Couincil mieets lit Un-.
o1. Commerce. smoker,

The W appenham

-oe Eolay neetiing at hkarris
Aywericau Society of (ivili Engr-
s meet in room 304, Union.
Daniel Webster Law clubl meets
oem 302, Union.

for the
college

particular
mal

W

). TJNOTTCE
tit~ns for tickets to lie fourth .
i1 military ball will be givenl
oday, March 18, from 12 to 5'
;k, at the lobby of the Union.
ale the adtaker"sells anything
-Adv.

('aligorpl a A htii ii Siow Spirit
Pas>adena, California, Mlarch 17-.
"Mlichigan Spirit" ran high at the
meeting of the University ,of Michi-
gan Club here recently. Among the
guests were Shirley W\. Smith a nd
Mrs. Smith who are spendling thex
winter here.
j DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
BIG RESULTS---
ON LITTLE INVESTMENT

An All-Around Public Servant
What is a RIED TOP CAB driver? Hle is a composite
of usefulness- a modern cab-driver, a fireman, a friend
in need, a protector, a much-desired, all-around public
necessity and public servant. He is available any min-
ute of the day or night.
He is one mant pickged from fen7.
He is a human being "even as you and I." He has the
same thoughts, dreams and ambitions. He has the same
interest in life, the same desire to be something and som~e-
body. -
He is a good fellow or he couldn't go through it all and
come home with a smile on' his face-as he does. Treat
him nicely, won't yvou please, if you find him to be a goodi
fellow?
Of course he isn't perfect.- What man is? Hie can't
wake up - eeling 100 per cent fit. every morning of his
life any more than you or I, but he has got to shoulder
his; burdens aind carry on where you and Ii might take a
day~off and play golf or go fishing.
He's a hard worker and an earnest one. Treat him well
and see how far he will go to serve you.

t edily increasing sales
ach succeeding year
lainly indicate the uni-
ersity man's approval of
ohnz Ward Men's Shoes.
vriety of lasts, patterns
nd lethers to meet every
ged w it be shown by
C. P'. Lathrop at
.jEO. KYER'S

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