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FRIDAY, FE;BR UARIY '1', 1925

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

P21C417, "M17M

TO' GIESUMS FR
HIGWA COURSES

Speaks Tonight

FOSERTO SPEAK
TO STUDENT GROUP
Proent Cu (hurchiEunat lonal Work~-j
ISP1,1.0" ANKSGIVING

'25, aind Hubert C. Williams, '26, willt(
respond to toasts. Alusic has been :=2-1
cured for the occasion.
The programi will be over ire1 in:E
to vnermfit those who w Lii to( att'.
the c'oncert in 1I lll ditorinm to ~
Hobbs Asked Or

ed it commemoration of the eightieth
blr~~ayof O~r. TL. ID. M. Verbeek,
dillhe Sn~is~( utcih geologist. DoctorI
\~: eel wath e geologist who began
al YC~YS "Sad ;-ublishc(I fln1fl
(l': i ront te iut ch East Indies. {
The volume is being edited by Prof.
A. 11.. Biouwcr of the University of
;l D. Iohsad. Prof essor Brouw~er was
~~ vchiu:;olt)Vrht5r at: thIle University
W, t1 lgina for I b ofe sor I fobbs in

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To young men
in search. of opportunities

University V1111 Lead in Amount of
Work Offered
B1 ANC HARD 10 IFFACII
More work in highway enginering
and highway tra1nsport will be offered
6 in t he 1925 Summer session of this
* Un iversit y fhan in a ny other univer-j
sit y' summer choo100 in the country, ac-
t~cording. to al a nouncement made
Syesterdlay by ean E. I1. Kraus of the
Sunmmer session.....
Professor 3lanbara, vwho is recog-
nizedl as an authority onl the subject
° of highways served as a reporter to
f 4e International Road Congresses n
9t1110, 1913, and 1923. lie is president ________________
Xof the American Road Puilderg as-
Ssociation and of the National Traffic iIlrli t .T PQc I
Sassociation. In addit ion ho is a neul 1r.Alyn i ote.apsteua
her of the advisory boardl on higli tional xore, will speak a, the a pt-
way research of the National Research l >t studet Lgrop banluet Iton ight. IDr.I
Scouncil, and a member of thie research Potrsla,t appeance in Ann Ar-
Scouncil of theNational tanpotaion ~~' t1h i (ii ~ihais
Ainstitute. Ife is the author of Several f li, 5 =(- i l lm il~iorini10
Sbooks on the subject of highways and
has served on the eitorial staff of 17
several of the highway publications. AI
Professor Blanchard will give tree /
courses (uring the .1925 Summer sos mZ o m.
0 sion: "Highway Engineering nd
!highway Transport Research," "H igh"."
xway Enginering Theory and Econom- Approval has ben given by Albert
Sics, and Highway Transport Sureys,'' I an, archtet, lo the plan frol decor-
and a course in "Highway Transpor t:; 1el allbbadal )ae
1chomics, Methods, Legislation, an1)01
SManagement.'' (0 1 iII '01. a k nowi'&'nOW 1 iftl S I.:'t
SOther courses which will Ile given in fot > r *
~this department incluole iacourse oi S u res of ltle ('ffered ceiling tare l
'The Theory of Structures'" byv rof. * ; b~ig fini,shed in gl, blue. browt andr
.,, iT. Cissel, '"Masonry" by Prof. L . C. White, wil i a. g !enr y fhade ol the
SCram, and two courses by Prot. R. S. Iealfi. 1'our weoks will be reuredt
~wnton,, one in 'Highway Engine,,- to) complt t1wok
-lug," and another in "Highway Engin-I The two b~ other , Anthony and
z°1119ng.Design." "Thomas Di I oreeazo, gar ti;ts, wihi head-
t - i~(p18 ters in Ne ]York and Detroit,_
areo f holy ritersted in t he de ora-
f a rades Will }e e n (ofI theolobby.nt h oy, mhe si-
iIi M ailed JM/onday Itor, in lte 1 i'odels for the decora-,
l ive rlr ;,wile the ceiling is be-
*~The fact that thoese bearers of joy for h-,(deor itiv(' work i maitlny ublie
S'or dispair, surprise and disappoint- and pl ivt e bilings in this country.
rnent, the official grade card, will be Of the ecrative work in University
st mailed Monday, will make that a! building, that in the Cie'ments library
- busy clay for the Ann Arbor Post of- a nd l a-o ile Genra1 library was done
tt~ fives, and a burdensome one for its
~K numerous employees whose dies re -__________________________
j qure a uniform of a dubious shade o
f iblue andl a lar ;e canvass bag.
Already the offces of the deans and
4t of the various departments are over-
" kloaded with young hopefuls andd nev-
o r-say-dies making no end of effort'5
1 to have the cards changed mre to
i' their likings.
I IaVI; YOU I:B SCtITREI) YET? St >udents - T@e
i ~This special 1925 excursion ra
i improved third class {ITourist S(
amptn and return, places an e
Europe within the reach of all.
i+ passengers may proceed via Che
w l ( ally conducted tours in Englai
Belgium, Holland, Switzerland
of $325 upward may be arrange
ri tK / ivetigt now make Y4
\ -! /° \ ~),For further infor
ii 17 Nrth i lchigaii
UNITED HR{A
r 4 ( {y jGjoint eec-rv
ii LaJ1U Et 1(11kI W acoi 11 I I E _ u U
}.uccess smiles uponr
the well-tailored

PrIof. \W. it, 1 bh-of tlhe gcology'
'r (Iona tnI A-, li-elZ ct,- {

lli K . I J t e o f N e w Y o r I e l s~r r*i + : s eW 2 i 1fl a 10(1 to r ~ 1 t i II , : .. . i., Vp ,;) . I z. - --u e r
D r. ll ~ K . ~ st r of N e w Y o r k tI' b iI';a a , c e in " ,!wi h I h e g o o - M . N u t e , ';)4, m ntil h is d e a th 1t le o ld -
I-iwill speak atI the annual banquet of logy of Ithe I ' t ,sfJ CI-P io11f(l ba, ' i 211- e-;l1i1ing1g aduiat cof llar'tmouth,
the Baptist :student group at 6 o'clock c-a1 volulme which is to be publish- dif,' l, t t li age of. 933.
Dr. s >gtr l ha s l een in A nn i~A rr on
a number (of occasions, his last visit
being con Thanksgving day, when lhe 2 1- - .
delivered the Fsermnon at the Univer- i S L) ' " ~ XN tii
Vy service in ITrill auditorium. -
'Thle nast five years of Dr. Foster's Friday, ieb t-ru r 13,) 6 P. MYL
life have been devoted to conference
and interviews with the students of
various collees, th1is work being car- tom" i u vcy i
tied on under the Baptist board of ed- -
ucation. le was formerly the head - '
c1 a b y 'slcli h at a d frmany years was a 1prominesit pastor in
Worcester, Mass. I at41 s. 9%l
Th 'le ban~quet is the principal social -- -- h1-hII-. --- _htihlm_._____ _ - -p'mi
event, of thle year for the Baptist
group. Miaynard Phelps, '25, will act
as toastmaster, and Elizabeth Brown,
9ecoration

T HE Insurance Company of North
America has a number of openings in its
organization that offer opportunities for in-
teresting and remunerative careers.
As the Oldest American Fire and Marine
Insurance Company, the Insurance Company
of North America has enjoyed 132 years of
closest contact with American commercial
and industrial activities and development.
Its organization and scope of influence are
world-wide.
Inquiries are invited
INSURANCE COMPANY of
NORTH AMERICA
3rd & Walnut Sts.
Philadelphia

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4gell Hall
by thet Di Lorenzos. Se,
inDet roit, including thei
lobthe CGener'al IMl
the 1r.3t. National Bat

Lobby'
veral buildings
e Detroit NewsF
otors building,
mk, the Union

BURNS PAhl, -., , LINEJ

'li- ntis, and others represent work of
' ie Di 1~crenzos.
Thoughit Thom as Di Lorenzo has
ma1de sevem-l trips to the city to over-
:ethe work ini Angel hiail lobby,
ihe work here is under tihe active su-
l)n-vision ot' his assistant, Anthony
Euginic.

EFFECTIVE ThURIS)AY, FEB. 12
In reponlse 1) die C en2~I of z. -n v of (styr
Patrons the route of 01 hLU\ f' e wH e' changecj us
follows:
After f o lo .iig 1he ;fcg l'r fc rom ithe Par!Fr(04c
IMiotor coaches I-pill turn ciff Sl ic . . ",,Cc atWa shirigt0on,
thence to Maihn, to Catherine, to Dctro1t, to Cara),, to the
M. C. Depot, re turnirig the same streels.
This means the abandonnment of re.-VicC on SMate from
Washington to the Depot.
PARTICULAR fATTEf'HTON IS CALLED TO
THE FACT THAT ;SPECIAL COACH SERVICE
IS SUPPLIED TO MEET !IPOPTANT TRAINS.

SCREEN SUPREMACY
SIGNIFICANT IN ITS MEANING

TODAY AN
SATURDAY

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'EN SIAN NOTICE
Class officers and committee-
men pictures must be at the 'En-
sian oiffice by Monday, Feb. 16.
Presidents are asked to send in
the names of officers and com-
mitteemen immediately.

Masterful Radio' Storxy That
Made Blase New York

11

PEOPLE'S MOTOR COACH CO.
Yet?~ It is t w he kajtes kein ei' r i-araI - u lr i rweek's
;Miotor cia' (UI'i rd im. l y 13'$L

Audiences

Thrill'T'hroughout

and Return

* ~en.*a*bant..knef..r.rja. tA't..

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-- Artists

te, offered to travelers in our
section], New York to South-
njoyable and profitable trip to
.For a few dollars~ additional,
erbourg or Hamburg. Per son-
nd, Ireland, France, Germany,
Iand Italy at inclusive rates
d.
rour reservations early?
mation apply to
Uie., (Chicago, 1l1.
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IN ADDITION ---
A Comedy Novelity
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Vigsual Newis Ev ents Arcade Orchestra

IERNIVICI BROS.
Assisted by
MARDO KAHEN
-Ini-
"A NIGHT IN VENICE"
Sjleiial (onedy
"T"HE PLUMBER"

SUNDAY

See San Francisco's

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Where Thief Holds His Love 'Trysts
SAMUEL GOLDWYN Presents

-Ask for
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a copy of "Men's;
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