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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Isian Scholar And Authorlty
Aeronautics Concludes
. Lecture Series

ELLS FEATURES OF MACHINE
DESIGNED AND BUILT BY HIM
Dr. Georges de Bothezat noted Rus-
an scholar and authority on aeronau-
cal problems, concluded his series
four lectures here yesterday after-
>on, when he lectured on "Helicop-j
rs", in the West lecture room of the
iyaics building.
Dr. de Bothezat who is a doctor of
athematics at the University of Par-
designed, built and demonstrated
c' first American army helicopter.'
helicopter is a flying machine that'
3es vertically, thus eliminating the
ed of a large field from wh'ich to
ke off. He explained' his subject as
spoke, by means of drawings on the
ickboard.
Professors D. W. Kazarinoff, of the}
athematics department, and F. W.
rwlowski, of the aeronautical en.
*eering department, were instr
nental in bringing Dr. de Bothezat
Ann Arbor.
:ngineers Elect

DRA MA an corn-meal mush, trustees, and
cranks in general. REPORT
The butler, Harold Fritche, was
"DADDY LONG-LEGS," a review by grand. And Mike Ames .is really a
Marion Barlow. man. True, his fingers are long and 6000 THROUGHOUT ArIL
, "Nobody cares how real a story is, tapering, and his voice has a habit of
just so it's comfortable," said Leola trailing off into sweet, thin distances; General student health has continu-
.Mercer to Mrs. Semple of Lock Wil, but then, he was playing the part ed good during the month of April,
low Farm. That is just the way we of a tea hound last night, and in thatl according to Warren E. For-
feel about "Daddy Long-Ibegs." It capacity was essentially masculine. I sythe, of the University Health serv-
is so comfortable; and now and then University Hall is a fitting and pro-'ice. Notable exceptions were three
extremely real. Of course, the emo- per setting for such plays as these. cases of scarlet fever, immediately
tion is just a little exaggerated in The homely atmosphere of the place following spring vacation, and a ser-
parts, but it is thoroughly stirring for blended thoroughly with that of the f cases of the mumps.
There' were only 2,799 dispensary.
all that. And Mrs. Semple herself, play. Late-comers had to avoid the calls last month, ascompared with
aside from the bits of philosophy so creaky boards as they entered, but 3,107 in April, 1923, and 3,748 in the
representative of her class which she strangely enough, this even adds at- came month, 1922. There were 11 hos-
had to expound because the author mosphere to the venerable barn. pital bed patients, as compared with
had decreed it should be so, was an Some of the cast left after the first 22 in 1923 and 23 in 1922. Most in-
Sawfullynice farmer lady. We liked act by a stage door which leads into fections were also reduced.
her comments when she listened in the pit, and the orphants strutted
ion the party-line 'telephone.., around in a perfectly delightful finaleI
The orphant with the torn trousers, -obviously impromptu-after Act 1: U I1L DiIcuU U L S
who kept his hands in his pockets everybody was glad to see them again. ndhat g'b II;flflas
altogether too sweet. Forha while it ,0fQE!H 9 OK
I . Shanghai, May 16.-Regular radio...
was difficult to tell whether he was broadcasting has been started by the
acting for the big audience before him, Shun Pao, the first Chinese newspaper Prof. R. L. Masson, of the economics
or if he were simply being his own to take up wireless. 'department, who has been investigat-
honest self, expressing his true views ing the municipal government of De-!
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. troit for several months, and who re-

centh- published the report of his
findings, will be the principal speak-
er at the meeting of the Economics
club at 7:15 o'clock Monday night in
room 104, Economics building. His
subject will be "The Proposed Muni-
cipal Purchase of the Detroit Gas
Works."
Prof. Edmund E. Day, head of the
Economics club, has announced that
this will be the last meeting of the.i
organization for the year. All mem-
bers are urged to be present.
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Elections for officers for the Engin-
eering society for the year 1924-251
will be held from 9 to 3 o'clock on.
Monday at 4he Engineering Arch. The
following nominations have been made
President, K. C. McCracken, '25E, and
N. R. Benham, '25E; Vice President,
S. H. Hulse, '25E, and K. B. Robertson,
'25E; Secretary, Q. W. wellingtgn,
'26E and L. C. Pitts, '26E; Treasurer,
E. F. Cardwell, '2GE, and M. A. Neff,
. '26E.
Tokio, May 16.-A severe late frost
in Fukushima prefecture, one of th
centers of the silk industry, has se-
i ously damaged the mulberry plan-
tations which feed the silk worms.
The loss to the crop is estimated at
7,000,000 yen.

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With vacation only a fewv weeks
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PEIMIY KRUEGER, Munich, Berlin and Madrid Operas......... .......Soprano
DUSOLINA GIANNINI, American-Italian Concert Star........ .........-...Soprano
CLAIRE DUX, Chicago Civic Opera. ......................... ..... ...Soprano
SOPHIE BRASLAU, Metropolitan Opera ........................ ..........Contralto
TITO SCHIPA, Chicago Civic Opera...... ..............................Tenor
FORREST LAMONT, Chicago Civic Opera:.................................Tenor
VICENTE BALLESTER, Metropolitan Opera ................................Baritone
ROYAL DADMUN, American Artist.......... .....................Baritone
CESARFE BAROMEO, (Chase Sikes) La Scala Opera ...........................Bass
SYLVIA LENT, American Virtuoso ....................................Violinist
ALBERTO SALVI, Distinguished Artist........... .............. ....Harpist
HAROLD BAUER, a Master Player....................................Pianist
PALMER CHRISTIAN, Well-Known Artist ... ....................Organist
THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION, EARL V. MOORE, Conductor.......350 Voices
THE CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL CHORUS, GEORGE 0. BOWEN, Conductor,.....500 Voices
THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor
LA PRIMAVERA (First Time in America) ...............................Respghi

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