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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY_

FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1925

DAILY OFFICIAL B ULLETIN
Publication .in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all :nembers of
the University. Copy received by the Assistent to the Prey'Gent until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdava
Volume 6 FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1925 Number 133

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amendments to the constitution must be submitted in writing at this meet-
irng. Arthuar It. Turner, lPre,4ifcit.
! Rho (Ch;Prize:
All freshmen of the Pharmacy School who intend to compete for the
Rho Chi Scholastic Prize should hand their names to Secretary Glover, not
later than April 2. The competitive examination will take place at 9 A. M.
April 4, in Room 300 Chemistry Building. L. R. lWagener.

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WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this columnn must
be left in the box at the Da+Iy office
prmded for 1nat purpose before 4
o'clock preceeding ie day of issue.

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Notice to all Members of the University:
Mail addressed as follows: "care of the University of Michigan" has
been delivered to the office of the Secretary, Room 3, University Hall. It
will be held until April 1, and should be called for at once, giving date of
this publication, i. e. March 27. This list will not be reprinted. MAIL
SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO STREET AND NUMBER.
Nell Andrews Alfred Larke
Robert Lowman
Chas. E. Bishop
George M. Boll Donald Marsh

utlhemaTiis: College of Literature, Science, and tle Arts:
There will he a meeting of the Mathematics staff on Friday March 27,
in Room 3010 Angell Hail at 4 P. M. Joseph L. harkey.
Glce ('Ib 'Concert Tickets:
All men who had concert ticekts for sale are asked to turn in any tick-
ets they may have left together with the money this afternoon from 4 to
5:'0. Room 308 ct the Union. Kurt J. Kremlick.
Members of the University of Michigan Band:
Cars will lEave the Inter-Urban Station on Huron street at 3:45 this
afternoon. All men going on the Jackson trip must be ready to leave at that
time. Capes to be worn.
Robert V. Halsey.

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Francis McLaren
Charles Mooney

Daniel A. Cohen
H. S. Ellis, Esq.
Katherine Francis
Virgil Holmes
W. R. Jones
John Kingman, Esq.
Jno. E. Kirkpatrick

Latta Ogletree
T. M. Parish, Esq.
A. T. Pauli, Esq.
B. D. Shapiro, Esq.
Frank L. Sawyer
Courtland Smith
Jessie Wheeler
ShIrley 11'. Sullh, Secretary.

House Presidents:
The regular meeting of the Board of Representatives will be postponed
until Saturday, April 4th, at 10:00 o'clock.
Dorothy McFarlen, Vice-President, Women's League.
Students of Fngineering and Architecture:
At the "General Assembly" of the Engineering students in Hill Audi-
torium, on Friday, March 27th, at 11:00 A. M. the following seating ar-
rangement has been provided. Students will be seated according to classes
as follows:-
Senior Engineers-Section 3, first twenty rows, lower floor.
Junior Engineers-Section 2, first twenty-five rows, lower floor.
Sophomore Engineers-Section 4, first twenty-five rows, lower floor.
Freshmen Engineers-Section 3, in rear of Senior Engineers.
Freshmen and Sophomore Architectural Students-Section 2, just in
rear of Junior Engineers.
Senior and Junior Architects-Just in rear of Sophomore Engineers in
Secton four.
"All Out" and find your Beats promptly.
C. E. Wilson, Chairman Mentor Committee.
Foreign Students:
The annual Spring Trip during the week of Spring Vacation (April 13,
Monday, to April 18, Saturday) through five Michigan cities will again oc-
cur this April. Industries and colleges and municipal institutions will be
inspected under most favorable auspices. Entertainment will be provided in
American homes. Cities visited are Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids,
Lansing, and Flint. Total expenses will be under $15.00. Detailed informa-
tion is available from Professor J. A. C. Hildner (room 302 University Hall,
in afternoon) or from Carlton Wells (room 3224 Angell Hall).
A similar tour over a somewhat different itinerary Is being arranged for
the women through Miss Mary H. Ross, Newberry Hall, telephone 937W.
Carlton F. Wells, Faculty Manager in charge.
Faculty of Engineering and Architecture:
On Friday, March 27th, 1925, all classes will be dismissed promptly at
10:50 A. M. in order that the students and faculty may attend the "General
Assembly" in Hill Auditorium. Exercises in Hill Auditorium start at 11:00
A. M. \You are especially urged to be present on this occasion. Faculty
members will find seats on stage. M. E. Cooley, Dean.
Students of Enghteering and Architecture:
All classes will be dismissed at 10:50 A. M., on Friday, March 27. 1925,
in order that the faculty and students may attend the "General Assembly"
held in Hill Auditorium. Exercises are to start promptly at 11:00 A. M.
All Engineering, students are requested to be present. Students will be
seated according to classes. M. E. Coaiey, Dean
Craftsmen:
There will be a business meeting Saturday evening, March' 2S. 1525, at
the Masonic Temple, at 7:30 P. M. Committee appointments for the Annual
Meeting which comes this .year on May 2, 1925, will be made. Proposed

"Michigan Journalist" Holds Unique
Distinction; L acks Advertisement
The Michigan Journalist, the new ticular issue for emphasis. The first
weekly paper which will be published issue will take up the matter of the
by the students in the curricula of University Health Service, upon which
journalism of the University, will have informative interviews, feature news
the distinction of being the only cam- stories and pointed. editorials have
pus publication which does not con- been written.
tain a single line of advertising. The "Truth is invincible," the favorite
paper which will consist of four pages quotation of the late President Marion
of the regular newspaper size, will be LeRoy Burton, has been chosen as a
solid news features and editorials. slogan for the paper, attributing the
It is expected that the first issue quotation to the late President.
will be placed on sale Monday morn- A novel typography is being intro-
ing, providing the Port Huron Times- duced in the paper. Instead of single
Herald which is printing this first I lines for editorial heads, a special
paper finishes printing the edition of double deck head of italic type will
1,000 by that time. Copies will be be used.
sent to every editor in the state, to Besides the problem of introducing
all schools and departments of jour- a new publication on the campus,
nalism in the country, and to several the added problem of editing thre
members of the faculty. The rest of paper in absentee had to be dealt
the copies will be placed on sale at with by the students of journalisim
news stands and may be obtained from which gives added experience in de-
students in the department for five tailed editing.
cents a copy. n
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sion of photos over telephone wirt', r esunts of Ntsw York and San Frae>n
cisco were looking at st'enes from th e torna do belt as quickly as were
residents in clooer districts. This~ pie ture, taken at \Vest Frankfort, Ill.,
was flashed from coast to coast ( and( rseceivcd in New York in this c:'ndi-

I FRIDAY
11:00-Engineering students and fac-
ulty meet in general assembly in
Hill auditorium.
I3: 5::00--Sixhi freshman lec-
ture in Hygiene for men given in
Waterman gymnasium.
?:45-1ichigan Im nd leaves the inter-
urban station on trip to Jackson.
4:00-Mathematics staff of the literary
college meets in room 3010, Angell
hall.
4: 1:-Sir George Palsh speaks on
"The World Economic and Finan-
cial Situation," in the Natural Sci-
ence auditorium.
4:15--John Lewis Gillin lectures on
"Social Factors in the Origin and
Development of Early Christianity,"
in Lane hall.
SAT.1URI)AY
1:3:00-Cosmopolitan club luneheon
at the Church of Christ.
1:30--Rajuble starts from the Congre.-
gational church.
7:30-Craftsmen meet at the Masonic
temple.
10:30-Cornell track banquet at the
Union.
KLOCKSEIM SUCCUMBS
AFTERBRIEF ILLNESS
Prof. Arthur C. Klockseim, of the
engineering Egnglish department, died
at G o'clock last night at his home.
e His death resulted from influenza
complicated by pneumonia. Though
Professor Klockseim had been ill for
some time his death carne quite un-
expectedly, pneumonia setting in but
a few days ago.
Professor Klockseim h'as been con-
nected with the University faculty for
more than five years. Previous to
thst time he was a student in the
graduate school, and received his
master's degree from the University.

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signed by the initials of the writer.
The paper will contain exclusive fea-
ture stories relatihg to campus life,
and editorials which will take up im-
portant issues relating to all phases
of the University.Each edition of the
publication will take uip the one par-

NON-INCOME DEPARTMENTS
COST UNION $70,000 YEARLY
It costs the Union $70,000 a
year to operate the non-income'
producing departments and to
carry on various activities. Only
$35,000 is taken in each year on
life membership subscriptions.
A shortage of $35,000 must be
taken from the income-bearing
or commercial departments and
used to defray the other ex-
penses. As a result, at the end
of each year there is little left j
to apply on the $306,364 debt
still standing against the Un-
ion.
A mortgage of $200,000 will be
due in August, and banks which
hold the mortgage, will not re-
new it. If the debt is to be paid
it will have to be paid with
money raised on past-due sub-
scriptions. As a result, Union
officials urge that Union mem-
bers who owe money on their
memberships settle their debts,
in order that the Union may be
relieved of a critical financial
situation.

PLANS PROGRESSING FOR ti
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INTERFRTERNITY DINNER
Ticket for the first interfraternity
banquet to be held at the Union, April g
1, are selling rapidly, more than 400
having been disposed of up to last
night. Plans for the affair, the first
of its kind ever held at Michigan, are
progressing and it is expected that
they will be completed by Sunday, I "
when speakers for the occasion will be
announced.
Accommodation for 600 is being .
arranged, the tables to be laid in the
assembly hall. Members of fraterni- (
ties in the interfraternity council are
eligible to buy tickets which may be
had from Paige Lehman, '25, at 621
South State street, or at the main
desk in the Union. The price has
been set at $2. 0A

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Melbourne, March 26.-The govern-
ment has ordered two submarines to
be constructed by Vickers, Ltd., in
England at a cost of 716,000 pounds.
Cologne, March 26. Dr.. Wilhelm
Marx, campaigning for the presidency,
spoke here in support of the League
of Nations.

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pronounced English lines show even broader shoulders, soft
roll three button coat and very full trousers with a trim
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Electric Washer
Help with Your
Cleaning
House cleaning always means
extra large washings, but a
Hurley-Thor electric washer
will handle them quickly and
easily. We'll be glad to demon-
strate. Phone 554 for demon-
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$s7i.50s0
Easy Payments

of retail values, price $35,
that will make every re-
tail merchant who does
not handle clothes of
quality, envious. We have
firmly decided to intro-
duce $35-$50 retail suits
and topcoats that will
,astound the inhabitants
of Ann Arbor. The rest
of the story is told every
Friday in this paper.
Note! Latest Shades and Models in Topcoats $2 5-$35

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