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WAGE TWO
Fgmgu flH~rEIflT i a Formation .
SOf Dirigible Lines
TO LEOTURBE HERPEI
Th Bgert {( i f Columbia University,
W111Gv Ade~~onPr
fume Industry

THEIL'MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1925

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Museum Exhibits Tree Stmp xhibit Work Of
From rid (_7Olest Forest'Cicago.Student
__________ An exhibit of art work dlone by
A fo;si tiee tum frm te odestandberied'' ~'ls W~edGlI tudents of the Art Institute of ChiP
recordIed forest on earth hzas been┬░ in e :x, York1 Stiate Ailleselin bullet - by ,o archec~t ural college, will he
placed on exhibit in thle geology nmus- j 1&flt placed on display in the architectural' (
euin of the Natural Science building. iThe 1L<vei' from whiht1hs stump ol 101r1someil.next
wa a3taklen wa,,-,uncovered during the 1A prsen erdutoso drawv
This stump, the scientific name of blasting in the construction of a dani nso h eritRvrfotpo
VN'hiclh is 'Loupcrmiitopteris to::tills," for tine water supply of iNew Yo r eugs;ofbth i~et aroi ierefron pr- c

WILL SHOW SLIDES

-rof. Marston Taylor Bogert, of
(~oxe~ia njyraiyone of the coup-
; '~eee ,e e hemists, will de
livr lcture Poere on Thursday ere-
fing Jan. 22, in the chemical amphi-
theate=r. Professor l ogert, 'rho is be'-
ire is Mem ber udethe.aionalac-
.,Aeriy nd alarge numb' er of othe
Arn-icn a 'n orig n scntific o
i: tids. Duringd the war he was a
member of numerous boards and corn-
isgins and was a colonel in the
chemical warfare service. At the pre-
sent time he is chairman of the chemn-
istry division of the National Re-
search council.
In his lecture Professor Bogert
,tl t!l ketch bzrieflr tPP early bistoT'y
d> preft ne^ from tthedsve when fi~4,
cre ('01-1: ed ",31lvto rel ,:wz
x. ,. e .~~-t fa k ;r c e tcmm rv f,'r
:Le aorocawill be riescribd en(qua
bc ated'.
The leturer vdar~s to take his null-
d'c on a trip- around the world to
'hern some of these natural pro-
dra in tltflr own homo-lands. Slid^r
will1, (. 1;wn. of the wonrderful ildw-
felis of "'he French Riviera wed
thei district about Crosse, the vallny
of roses of Bulgaria. the orange groves
of Algeria, the sandalwood forests of
India, and the famous ylang-ylaiig
tr es of' Manilla.
' 9 1-inihedl perfume products will
he{ : e~u~td by Professor Bogert, due
to h coulrtdesy of sudch firms as H-ou-
1gnt Cheramy, Chiris, Vivaudou,
R",igaid, Fibret and others while the
vnlie nraduets will come chiefly
-tSvnt~fur laboratories. The lan-
tern slides illustrating the trip around
the world are from the Burton T. Bush
cillertion at Columbia university.
Buenos Aires, Jan. 16.-After having
rrossed the Andean lake region from
Chile by mule and steamer, Gen. John
1. Per lhin g and his party have arrived
at Tarlloche.
ISSUE CALL FOR LISTSj
OF 192 J-HIOP GULESTS
Fraternities or organiations
Ihaving house parties and booths
Iover the J-I-Iop week-end musti
Ihave their list of guests at The
IDaily office by Thur'sday of nexty
1 week in order to get them intoI
the J-Hap extra of The Michigan
- Dail'.
- such lists should be typewrit-
tep and in alphtabetical order
-and d should contain booth num-
b er Address the lists to the J-
1H-op Extra Editor of The Michi-
gan Daily.f
No lists will be received after
Thurzday.I

s O 4dates back approximnatelyx 350,000,l00
I years.
:..:..'he~ forest in xhih it ttr(;w was
, {7 :ound preserved in rt; otUpper De von-
/ i_:n 3cks in the valley of tile Schoh-
, arim river., and near the~ vicinity of
'. the villago of C albon, New York. The
tree of whreh it is the stump was a
large seed fera and roached a height
/of be'-ween 30 and 40 feet. The w:^ihl
of the stump which is on exhibit is
:. .. ::over 600 pounds.
* The stump was foznd resting in a
. { shaleI bed in the position in wihichi it
grew. The shale represengits what at
. the time of the growth of the tree was
the mudldy soil. The forest was located
close to the seashore of Devonian
times, and as the sea seeped1 inland it.
James Jackson, Massachusetts state destroyed the forest from time to time
treasurer, has laid plans before Pros-; and covered each forest level with a
ident Coolidge for the formation of a) layer of sandstone. There have been
gigantic air-ways corporation to oper-I found three of these layers of stumy
ate' passenger and freight dirigibles, remains in shale which are separst-
ed from each other by the sandston,.
'iin each oe of tese layers the
GRiitnnr NSP TRSnn ump were found resting either in,
or on, the black shale with their
EVA 1 C trunks extending into the sandstone
Al !I L ,f1 JVILin umeesieforests of these t-eeE
-erep'- themselves to great heighZt:
IUited Mates government post-of-( along the marshy borders of the un.
lice inspectors were in Ann Arbor stable coast line of the shallow D -
Thursday to examine the expenditures o nian sea, were submerged, deal roya',
of -the postal service and 0~ make ree--______"--__
nm a n44 .incni n o n in' PCr C n , Rt ll !i

Icity. 'Tl t-ilvh t)which was gent ~hero o i+h rciet rlcrr~o
vv is exrcu. it {e and shipped throughca
k t h e c o ll r t . :-) v o f (_'r I . A ~ lc s o f I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __h ers i t c f u a l c o r d
the eng~ilCO -il)g (lepart nuent of the
i~a~ Iorwaersupl o NwYork! Make J-IHop Plans
('itv. In be neatr future a lab~el will bej For ie e e t
pl".Ced orci' )the stlmp in the museum rllde end n t

'OLEY CHOSEN. TO.ACT IRVINE WABMOLTS, a0Ks C.
AS OMOCAII ft GRALUATr7 AND
9S DEEMLEAD10! I Chiropdst Ort hopeds
707 N. University Ave. 1'hoz42652
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley of the en-
gineering college,- will be temporary
,hairinan of the state Democrat con- :it#I~EEE#Ef!#!!#t llN#!t!
Gention to be held here March 6, it AIIittI1IItIIItJIflIIlII
was announced recently by Horatio J. -
Abbott, chzairmzan of the state centralE Underwood Standard=
committee. Royal S. Copeland, '89M, I
Uited States Senator from New York,1- Portable Typewriters
will be invited to give the principal j=ad es
The decision was made recently to {-=
B~old the convention ini Ann Arbor at t-TeMcieyo-ilI~e
a~ meeting of the state central com- tually Carry. Sold on easy -.
mnittee of the party. 962 deeats are 1 terms to suit every student's .
expected at the convention and piro-1 pocketbook.
parations are being made for a ban-
ctuet the evening before it is held. I=
Niominations will be madle at the . .STI'MS
4" A C.convention for several offices, Includ- ---
iug two Regents of the University, I Scnd.-lo
two members of the state board ofcon.Fl.o
education, two Justices of the supreme 3o SOUT'H ST.ATI ST. ,
court, the superintendent of public- Photle 301 U
instruction, and one member of the, 1#!E!!#E!1!!i -EEE!!l!l
state board of agriculture. IItIIIIIIllII#IiIiIIIIII,

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tell ing; the history of thle stump andl
giving scient ific Irata in connection : lil deendent iii udent s who are going l
with it. - i -te J-110o), at a meeting held yes-
_____-t erey fternoon (Iccded that they
wvouid haYe t> booths at tihe dance. Fif- c
NOTED HANUS IrqU teen suet wE~it ll be in each boothi
and e rVj grout) E le otlia headl to takeIt
'Ij JSEY H ME' carge of theiir booth.e
1 N W j 6U Tlhere will lbe a meeting of the J-
tt U loop comlmittee next T.luesday at r
O'clock{. Drawinigs for the booths will
Theodore I. Brewster, '02-'03, '01-; be made next Wedlnesday.
'03, J idely known government re -______________
an illnc-s of five mionths. ie 1was for- WffIUed. Mat. 50o to $2.50
- -Sat. Ma~t. 500 to 52.50 f

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ty years Cld.
Mr. Brow'Iter was blorn at Dolly,
NIIchigan and later moved to Detroitj
whe: e be lived rnt il he entered the
sUniversity in 1901. During the World
War lhe was engaged in preparation of
poisonous gases at the governmentj
laboratories in New Jersey.

"Roeo io m md 1! 1et" Wftiiaesdaiyatm
Saturday 1,11ainlee!
Arch. Selwyn in Association withj
Adolph Klauber, Presents
JADE COWL{
- In a New Play
"1TILEDEPTHIS"
With l-of ioPeters

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for the coming year.
It was suggested that deliveries be
cut down to one each day in case
the allied budget did not cover cur-l
rent expenses for the fiscal year. Such
cuts would be made on the' more un-
important routes that did not effect
the business district.
It is assured that no cuts will be

made as long as the alloted ;iuuds
cover the running exn ies Of it-e Of-
fice.
Miss Ruith West amud Ilsie
IDoying annct'nc" e the
l ~opening of
Breakfast 8 :00-11 :0011
I ~Luncheon 11:00-2 :001)
! Tea 2:00-11-099-
Sunday Ilreakfast 8:30-11:00t)
Tea 2:30-G:00 -I
j :tuppneji6:00-11 :00
221 S. State Phione 1 201-A!

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An early choice
of i-Hop Favors
is, advisable, so4
that prompt
shipment may
be made.,
Our selection is
now complete---
Drop in any.
time this week.
Carl F. Bay
Arcade Jcwcler

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IT IS
~9i-~GOOD.
--ana you were right, when
you said that 1'd be surprised.
Our pastries andl Cake are just
;.s good as your home made
-nd more economical, dear."
Logic and friend wife win-
no more baking day uncertain-
ties when you order your Cakves
-fresh every day.
*We Deliver-Phone 3310-J

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Y\ Big Sacrifice in Price on all short or
discontinued styles. Sale now ors.

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Skating and Skiing is still good,
'and we have a limited number
r of pairs of Hester Johnson's
tubular skates --
THE EASIEST TO
SKATE WITH
at the low price of $10.00,
We also have a few pairs of skis
ranging in price and size-- -5 ft.,
$2.51'2 ft., $2.50;6 ft., $3.00>
6'/2 ft., $3.50.
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with a kick in every scene.
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Especially
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