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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PLANT

Plans Completion
Of B onus Issuance
S BY First Of Year
x ,,;f,

internal Se ii saton of Plants,"
Is Subject of Belgium Pro-
Fessor
FS BOTAkICAL ARDEAS;
IAISE$ NIIV)E~rITY GA RI .
>f. Jean Massard of the Free ui-
ity of Brussels, Belgium, deiv-
a University lecture last night
e forestry lecture room on. "The
hal Sensation) of Plants." Fol-
sg the address a reception w s
in the botanical laboratory. Pro-
r Massard has done much work
Ie sand dunes on the coast of
um and his lecture was intend-
r geologists as well as botanists
students of forestry and zoology.
dame iVassard is accompanying
husband on his trip to this coun-
rhich is under the auspices of the
ation Foundation of the Con-
.on for the Restoration of Bel-
This commission has been
led by funds which were sub-
ed during the war to aid Bel-
e speaker has traveled as far
as Leland Stanford university,
ering lectures at many of the
ges of the country. The commis-
aims to. send several exchange
ssors to this country through
fund.
sterday noon Prof. H. H. Bartlett,
e botany department, gave a
eon at the Union for tle visiting
ssor and his wife at which many
e U:nivesity officials and their
er e guests. Last night the
on the staff f the botany depart-
also held a banquet at the Un-
or Professor Massard
ring the day an inspection tour
e University was made by the
:er and he was reported enthus-
over the botanical equipment,
g the botalical gardens, which
recently been enlarged, were the
university gardens he had seen.
HEMATICS GRADUATES
EIV MNY PSITIONS
ay of the senior C g duate
erg of the clsseR a )~applied
eatics in statistics and insur-
have received appoin'tments to
lops which they will enter upon
after comniencement.
e following students have receiv-
pointments to date: Dorrance C.
son, '24, ill go abroa~d and re-
about the middle of August to
ctualrial department of the Trav-
Insurance company, Hartford;
C. Craig, grad., A. M. '24, instru-
n mathematics, has been appoint:
the American-Scandinavian Fel-
ip for 1924-25 and will study
ematical statistics under Pro-
r Charlier at Lund, Sweden; Al-
4 Eastlack, '24, will go to the
of F. J. Haight, Indianapolis;
F, Ede, '24, becomes actuary of
tate Life Insurance co., Great
,Montana; Paul C. Ellis, special
sistant actuary, West Coast Life
ance co., San Francisco; Elmer
tes, grad, goes to the Bankers
ye Life (insurance co., Omaha,
)am D. Hall, grad, will be locat-
New York city as assistant sec-
to the National Bureau of Cas-
and Surety underwriters; Maur-
artwell, '24, will enter actuarial
tment of The Maccabees. Det-
Wilmer A, Jenkins, grad, in-
:or of mathematics, University of
Ian; Clarence H. Richardson;
professor of mathematics, Geor-
n university; Virgil V. Veatch,
has been made assistant act-
Merchants Life Insurance con-
Des Moines; Harry Yudkoff, '24,
to the actuarial department of
ankers Life Insurance company,

Turner Receives
Gift Of Suitcase
00 ,fl R [ES A leather suit-case, the gift of his
English history class, was presented'
to Prof. E. R. Turner before the last.
Plan to Arouse Interest in Serious regular lecture of the course yester-
and Humorous Work Among day morning. The suit-case was pre-1
PubJReationu sented, on behalf of the class, by
_b___ Ted Hornberger, freshman literary
EVERETT AMI) w1N4HT.1ARE president.
The gift came. as a surprise to Pro-
PRINCIPAL CONTEST WINNERS fessor Turner, who leaves for Yale
next fall. "When a man proposes to
Art prizes totalling $120 have been a girl, his embarassment tells of his
set aside Eby the Board in Control of sincerity. Well, I am embarassed-
Student Publications to be awarded and sincere in my thanks," he said in
annually to students doing the best accepting the, gift.
serious an humorous work during
the year. Those who have been an- "Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
nndnnrpi ni 'inninv tho-. .',*hi -A'

THE ALUMNUS
Seniors are urged to take ad-
vantage of the special Alumnusf
subscription rate of $2.50, good
only until June 1. The office 3
of the Alumni association in the
southwest corner of Alumni
Memorial hall is open daily from
8 to 5.

IRVING WARMOLTS, D. S. C.
Ciropodist and
Orthopedist
707 North University Phone 2652
Read the Want Ads

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Licensed Steamship Agent
001 E. Huron St. Ph. 1384
Local authorized agent for White Star,
Cunard, U. S., Canadian Pacific, Red
Star, American, Pacific Mail, North
German Lloyd, talian, French, Greek,
Hamburg American, and ALL other
lines. Also, all College Tours on above
Lines can be arranged thru me. See
me early for best reservations. My
serviceson booking you are free.
W'rite, phone or call.

\* a w ai ia
E. G. RIJIBLER

JOHN BRADFIELD,
Business manager.

Determine NOW Your Lacundry
i JToticy for Next Semester

Major 0. W. Clark
Complete distribution of the soldier'
bowus certificates by January 1, 1925,
is planned by Major O. W. Clark, head'
of the adjusted compensation service.
The service has just been oirganized
by the Veterans' bureau to handle the
issuance of the endomwment insurance
certific. tes and cash payments.
Haigh Engaged As
Music Instructor
For Coming Year

# unceu as winning lie prize thi~s
year are, for the serious work, Edgar
B. Winchell, '24, Rosemary Lawrence,
'24, and Ruth McComb, '24; for the'
humorous work, Walker Everett, '26,
won first prize; Clayton Seagers, sec- i
ond prize; and Albert Peck, '25, third
prize.
First prize is an award of $30, sec-
ond prize is $20, and third prize $10,
for both the serious and humorous di-
visions. The committee in charge of
the awards is Marion Van Every, '24,1
art editor of the Michiganensian, Hal-
sey Davidson, '25, next year's manag-
.ing editor of the Gargoyle, and Donal
Coney, '24.
In the awarding of prizes, the com-
mittee will take into consideration the
amount as well as the quality of the
work submitted during the year. The
purpose of the awards is to stimulate
interest in art work about the cam-
pus, consequently securing better
work for the publications. Art work
appearing in the Michiganensian, the
Gargoyle, and Chimes is eligible to
receive the prizes.
Jimmie the adltaker" sells an'ythin'g
trl_- Adv_

quickly.-Adv.
New Crop Flower
Seeds
Ann Arbor people do not real-
ize that right here in our own
home town we have one of the
largest stocks of flower seeds
in the state. In annual seeds
we 1 axe not only the well known (
varities but we have the new-
est novelties in separate colors
as well as mixed. In perennial
flower seeds we have a wide
variety and carry many kinds
not carried in retail catalogues.
If a small quantity or an ounce
is required we can sulply. Our
stocks are fresh and germina-
tion is guaranteed. Everything
in flowering seeds, plants, bulbs,
shrubs.
HARIS SEED SI'ORE
Cor. Wasl1ingtaoi1I~ Mb .Avye.
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
BIG RESULTS-
ON LITTLE INVESTXVENT

Consider the way your laundry has
been handled this year. Are you satisfied
with the results or not?

etermine now just what

arrange-

Andrew C. Haigh, '18, has been en-
gaged as instructor in musical theory
in the University for the year 1924-
25, according to the announcement of
officials of the School of Music, and
will also offer a few lessons to ad-h
vanced piano pupils in the school.
Mr. Haigh graduated from the piano
department of the School of Music
with an artist's diploma in 1917, and
served in the U. S.. Army in: Prance
from 1917 to 1919.
Following that he held the position
of instructor in pianoforte n the
School of Mu ic for a year, and has
bebn in N'ew York, studying with Josef
Lhevinne, the nbted pianist' Whohas
been hiere in Ann Arbor recently.' He
is also teaching theory at Princeton
iiiversity under the direction of Al-
Sxander Russell. 'h 'oncert worli
he has been'doing' in New York cul-
minated in a piano recital in Aeolian
Hall last fall, and his consequent such
cess is evidenced by the fact that he
is booked for another similar con-
cert this coming autumn.
Mr. Haigh is recognized as a pianist
of considerable merit, and has been
thoroughly successful in his teaching,
Both in thepretical and practical mus-
ic. His classes in theory are to be
given in the University, and his piano
teaching in the School of Music. His
several public appearances in this
community will be for the most part
participations in the regular series of
faculty concerts.
MEN-anxious to rise to positions of re-
sponsibilty in business should investi-
gate the one year intensive training
course offered at Babson Institute.
Classes are conducted on the conference
plan. The instructors are experienced busi-
ness men, successful in their own lines. You
work on actual cases-not hypothetical prob-
lems. You are shown howto solve the same
kind of problems that will confront you in
actual business practice.
Write for Booklet
Send for booklet "Training for Business
Leadership." Describes the courses in detail
and gives complete information about the
facilities of Babson Institute and shows how
men are trained for executive roles. Write
today. No obligation.-
BabsonIstitutel [ A
3 S Washington Ave.
Babson Park, (s a ) Mass.

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10 STUDENTS NEEDED
Opportunity is offered students who would
like to sell Olympic Programs Friday and

nrt you will make. If you have been
sending your laundry home, figure out the
cost, including the postage and the cost of
washing at home. Think also of the incon-
venience, the trouble of handling, and the
toil of washing.
The VARSITY LAUNDRY does not
want to dictate your policy, because in the
first place it is not in a position to; but it
does desire to present the facts as they see
them. It knows, that taking everything
ihto consideration modern laundry meth-
ods are more economical and convenient
than any other method.
Give the VARSITY a trial now. Com-
pare their costs with your costs and then
decide your next year s policy.

Saturday afternoons at Ferry Field.

Liberal

commission will be paid. See Laurence Fav-
rot this afternoon between 2 and 4 o'clock at
The Michigan Daily Office, in the Press Build-

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