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THE MICI f IGAN DAILY

FRlIDAY, APRIL 10, 1925

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DAILY O0FFICI AL BULLETIN
Puhication in .the Bulletin Is constructIve notice tc, all members or
the University. Copy received by Ubo Aglstiut to tho F!eri!eut until
8;30 p. mn. (11:30 a.,mn. Saturdav+

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Volume A

FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 19215

'Numbiier l Ii

Ditring Easter vacation, a doctor will be on duy at the hleath Service
Dilspensary from 11 to 12 daily. Eory IV. Sink.
Faculty, Colleges of Eniginering and Architecture:
The mid-semester reports on those students in your classes whose
work is below passing should be made on cards which may be obtainei in
tihe .Secretary's Office, West Engineering Building, or in the messenger
boxes. These reports must be fled in this office not later than Friday,
April 10. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
11tiematics--College of Literature, Scence,'and the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Mathematics staff on Friday, April 10, in
Room 3010, Angell Hall, at 4 P. M. Joseph L Markey.
'to Seniors Interested in Opportunities for Work After 6radualon:
A representative of the 1. E. Taylor Real Estate firm, lDetroit, will be at
the Michigan Union, April 24-25. Students who desire to interview should
send name, address, and telephone number to II. E. Williams, 513 iFord
Building, Detroit, Michigan J. A. Bursey.
Telephone Lectures:
Mr. F. L. Snyder will give the second of his lectures on 'transmission
Engineering today (Friday, April 10), at 11 o'clock in Room 248 West En-
gineering Building. All interested are invited to attend.
11. L. Everit.
Notice to all M1tniers of the University:
Mall addressed as follows: "care of the University of Mchigan" ha
beep, delivered to the office of the Secretary, room 3, University hall. It
will be held until April 15, and should e called for at once, giving date of
this publication, . e April 10. This list will not be reprinted. MALI
SHOULD BE 'ADDRESSED TO STREET AND NUMBER.
Dorothy Champ M. I. Smith
Archie Steferelin
Shirley IV. Smih, Secretary.
Mr. Shohat's Class in Calculus fl, Section VI:
Mr. Shohat's Class in Calculus 3, Section VI, which meets at 3 o'clock,
will, have an examination on Friday, April 10, in Room 317 of Engineering
Building. Lawrence Fisher.
Flower Paintings, Landscapes
Feature West Gallery Exhibit
F'lower' paintings and landscapes, J remainder of the week fromt 2 to 5
conuinaniding in their rich colors and o'clock. Students in the University
and Ann Arbor schools aeamte
poss~in stikig dcortiv quil-free; the price of admission for oth-)
ties, the Work of four Grand Rapids! ers is set at 25 cents.
women artists, comprise the collection L. C.H.
exhibited this week in the west Gal-
lery of Alumni Memorial hal. The Legs S o Brains?
exhiibition is given under the auspices S o
of the Ann Arbor Art 'Association. ChicagoCo s er
The. artists exhibiting are SallieCo sd r
Hall (Mrs. Paul Frederick) Steketee,
miss ftc'len E. Moseey, Miss Blanche The question as to whether long
McMullen and Miss Helen Steketee. legged men have greater mental ca pa-
Mrs. Steketee anid Miss Steketee bothIct than their short legged brethren
devote much of their Work to flower wl be definitely decided soon at the
subjects, while Miss Moseley's chief University of Chicago. Four hundred
interest is in tile landscape. Miss students are to have the length o
Mvc'Muten paints in water color. I their legs comparedl with their;
Miss McMullen's water colors arec scholastic standing within a few days.
of the genuine, clear, white paper, A theory was advanced by an east-
varlety and reveal a, mastery of the ,ern scientist some time ago that taller
considerable technical difficulties of men have more brains. This problem
the medium.. .Her delicate, clean, t will be settled beyond all argument
cloud and sky effects are the achieve- when the results of the tests become
icuet of the water color at its best. known-
Notable among her contributions are( Students will also be graded on
"In Blossom Time," a bit of spring-! their social adaptability. The test
time color;. and "Along the Fence," a will show wether or not the men of
glimpse 'of drab autumnal shades. fine physique make the best apear-
The decoratively conceived flower ane socially.
pieces of M iss Stejoece stand in con- IT r s ih t e m r el ci e fo a e e Y C
paintings of Mrls. Steketee.' One of
the latter's finest pictures is "A Bowl! Campus MYemorial
of Flowers," a piece of work imbued
with definite aesthetic feeling; which!-
tile -artist exhibited last year at tie Permission has been obtained from
National Academy where it received 1tie Boardi of Regents and the Secre-
tile distinction of a hanging in the! tary of the University by Scabbard
Vanderbilt room.' and Blade, national honorary militaryf
Miss Steketee finds opportunity in; fraternity, to erect a ar memorial
her "Calendula," and in a studiy of! net to the campus flag-pole. Work
"Flocur'de Lis" to indulge her love of! on the memorial which is to beC a
gorgeousF colors and incidentally to! slight departure from the usual bol-

V~Attorney General Calledii7
"Best Lsawyer" In New England IJlN RY
OFHOTARY CLUB
L:::., .. 4...': 'O::"?u r (Cit izen Army" NN
'r ;: :" c treatedl by Capt. R
~&. l~llitedl State~s cavalry, in
loethe memnber's of the
z' ~t their luncheon Wednc
J jJ :: ;Ch< inher of Commerce }
Holm spoke of the tende
pteople to lean either to
,.jpacifism or radic m t
,tt~ntjio'I to #the ftc till
CoolidgeChas adopted a n
:; ">; :::: :.;:: >:::: >"::;:: ;:;,.::=:><:;:: in (ate m atter.
r;:;.:::::"Ex;:::::;> '<t remnis ts in the IT
" r~z i~ r: :; : : ::: :::: ;:{" .<' preven t us from mnaklil n
sn on foreign nations,
am~ent talk,"Catnl
Ile also stressed tefc
l)CeiesEin :i,.l'eiev.,in security, 'andI
:V>""':::: ..}. cacannot convert her hb
;":":r:cussing peace Measures.
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the oganuaton ethod
*.~ ...."~~' defens act, sttigha
>(an he virtually effected
.*.~,ally organizedi units
E tr'ainling in summercam
... Colby To .Atteu
r: > E ProfW'AV. 1.Colby, of
department, will attend
I > : :"s:>:«::"z::::::'Meeting of the American
ciety, held next week in
D. C.lie w~ill 1be the 0on
r 4r3"' ,ative from the University,
___________________________________________________________________Although he will prCse:
Professor Colby will attei
j JOHN . R~; tf ing of the natural rese
The new attorney general, who matkes his home in the village of Lud- olnteonheifa
low, Vermont, near President Coolidge's birthplace, brings to office be- wvhichi he is a member. P.
sides his record of public service as attorney general of Vermont from 1908 by has been doing roses
to 3912 andl in other state offices, a, reputation amuong his friends as being ben ineres tte i s
the "best lawyer" in New England. be neetdi pc

IS TOPIC Daily Reaches Announce Winner
Distant Pins Of Rho Chi rie
IS PEECHI 't'welve copies of The Daily are Oliver Weinkauff, '28P, won the
naldtponsout o the Uie ozpttv xmnto o the Rho
w~as the sub-: States eachi day, covering territoryI Chi prize whlichl was held last Sat-
on C. Ilnm, !all the way from Paris to South At'- urday morning, accordling to an an-
his talk be --rc.oncmn
Rotary cu rc. zucmn made by Sec. C. C. Glov-
Of these, three oie go to Can-
club coniestheer of the pharmacy school yesterday.
2sdayat th ada. two to Montreal andi one to '0 heTor-wl b rsetdattl
un.Capainonto; two go to Paris; and one each
eincy of mosttoHvnnCua AqdilI- spring pharmacy banquet which will
Wardl torvnn ua qadical sa be given sometime in May. The Ljohn-
arism,caln bells, and Guayana, Porto Rico; ; Pre- traSohAfi;Hmbg e Fink scholastic prize for seniors will
at President traSotAfi; mbGr' be awariided at the same time. The
middle course ' ay n aoSizrad winner of this prize has not been
The Daily that reaches Hamburg is
Tnitetl States s ddressed to the American consulate; announced yet.
imuch imipres- the others are sent to p~rivate ad-
with disarmn- dresses. The sanatarrium~n Seehof atz At the first Faculty Conzcert after
olioi declared. Davos gets the only copey in Switzer- I spring vacation, April 2,ti, thme Univer-
tthat Europe land. sity Girl's Glee club will appear on
1that Ameni- tihe program with Mr. Palmer Christ-
ymerely dis- ( READ THE CLASSIFIEl) AO1S, ian, organist.
I-e tracedl
Is used in the ,' ' . "/"'. 1l.." I P" //J..I"",..., ° ,r"..
d unmder the ,1
dIisarmament Have, areflwefllSandwic
throughlhoc-
that receive Start your vacation right bygetLing a tasty, tangy, woe
ps. some Barbecue. Conveniently spread between two thick

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the physics
Ithe Spring
Physical so-
Washington,i
ply represent-,
Vat the con-
lit no paper,!
and the meet-
,arch council
t-red ray, of
rofessor Col- }
arch work~ in
ity, and has
troscopy for1
mrent for in-
nthe physics'
ie most corn-
it is expected
ill contribute
The dirigible
secon d round)

slices of a bun and wrapped up. It
Stop by and get one.

is nlone in a hurry.
Inca
Phone 2948-W

440 South State St.

Barbecue

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Buy Chinese Rugs on a Partial
Payment Plan -A Year to Pay
See, me about my plan whereby you can have the enjoyment

of a Chinese Rug, and pay for it
according to size of rug.

monthly, $5.00 up to $30,

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WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
be left in the box at the Dl)y office
provided for 'nat purpose before 4
o'clock precceejinv te daty of issue.
FRII)A Y
11 :00--1)r. 1". L. Snyder lectures on
'lTransmission Engineering in r :.
248, West Engineering bumiling.,
1:30-:;:00-Axi A rbor' Artit ssocialiJ
exhibit in the west gallery of Al-
mumni Memorial hail.
S:00--11u.ilemlatti(' s tai of the liter-
ary college mteets in room 3010,
Angell hall.

Society Initiates
Junior Engineers
Nine new members, all junior en-I
gineers, were initiated into tile stu-
dient chapter of the American society
of. Civil Engineers last Thursday,
April 1, at the spring initiation ban- .
quet heldi at Willits'. Speakers of the I
evening inicludedi Mr. G. HI. Fenkell,
head engineer of the Detroit water
board, Prof. L. M. Grain, of the depart-
ment of structural engineering, Mr. I
L. E. Ayers, prominent Detroit engint-
eer, HlowardI A. Sheridan, '25E, presi-
(lent of the local chapter, and David I
F. Toot, '261,, one of the initiates.
The new memb ers are: It. W. Abbot,
Henry P'erenz, I-1. L. Fitts, H-. L. Hay-1
jward], A. T. -Jensen, D. J. Orcutt, W.jt
J, Strasser, I). F. Toot, and R. 11. !Ij
Young, all '26E. l
1et roit, A prilI 9.--Bush fires are mre-1
p~orted to be( causin conisiderable
(damnage to various par'ts of Michigan.

several ,years. The equip
fra-red research work in
departnment is one of thi
plete in the country, andi
that Professor Colby wi.
much to the discussions.
Washuington. April 9.-'.
Los Angeles will make a
trip) flight to Bermuda.

I Now H ave

a Very Large Selection

Airs. H. B. JMerrick

Phone 3155

928 Church St.

a n s as a as i m m m m nM ag nu s n s I
EASTEiR CARDS

1 :3044 : 0)-.A mi Arbor' Arl a ssov'hm I oln
exlib it in the weit. gallery of Alum-j
j ni Memorial hail.
London, April 9. - Aum lxclmitge i
Telegraph tdispatchb from ('oust aniti-
nople reton~rt stGuat lthe Kuirdish insur-
rection miovement, haa spr'eadl over the'
Turco-P~ersianm front ier.I
SENIO)R PLJAY TAX DIVE

A COMPLETE AND WELL SELECTED
ASSORTMENT AT

UNIVERSITrYU
WAHR'S'BOOK STCORE

naaiObcurch %evvice~.

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Plans are progres:sing for the
one-act play in~rch ic; to be giv-
en by tb' senior women at the.
Senior break fasi. i June. At.
the mweeting of the selrijorns held
early iiitihe 1mon1t I, it was voted
hat th1e en ior (Girls'play
vorldl be)('a. onc-act produact ion
instead of the. type of play pro-
dhucedl by thle seniors in form-
emr years.
Before t ryout., can re heldc
for time play, or lans madte for
at tending the senior brcalkfas ,
Senior (g iris' p:lay tax of 50 cent 3
niust be paid by each fenior wo-
man. Threse wvill be collecte~d
froem 1 to 4 o'clock today and
tomorrow at thme beoIli ini I'ni-
versit-v ha1l.

.FifthiiAvye. anmd WiliimSt.
11 v L . (d'Ni)EJOIAN, Pastor
5: :o A. A.--Sunin'mese trvice On the
hill.
9:15 A. M.--Bible School Easter
serv ice.
[0 :30 A. M. -Holy Communion.
Sermon: "The Power of His
Ile ' rection."

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BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. b~etween Wyilliam and
P'ackard
GA. A. NEITTMANN, Pastor
9:00 A. M.--Sunday school service.
10:00 A. M.-L~aster service in the
English language.
11:00 A. M.-German Easter ser-
mion with H-oly Communion
following. Pastor's subject for
the (day: "Christ Our Pass-
over."
7:30 P. M.-Special Easter mnusi-
cal service by the combined
church choirs. Prof. Thu. 11il-
debhrandt, organist.. The can-
tata "Death and Life," .by Shel-
ley will be sung.

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FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST
409 South Dhiision St.
10:30 A. M.---Sunday morning ser-
vice; subject: "Are Sins, Dis-
ease and{ Death Real ?"
11:45 A. M.--Sunday school follow-
ing the morning service.
7:30 P. M.-Regular Wednesday
evening testimony meeting.
The Reading Roonm, 608 First Na-
tional Bank building, is open
daily from 12 to 5 o'clock, except
Sundays and legal holidays.

ZION LUTHERAN
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CHURCt
Washington St., anld Fifth Ave.
E. C. STE LLiIOR", Pastor
9:00--Bible study hour.
10:30-Easter sermon: ~The Tn-_
unuphant Resurrection." Psa~m'
1fi:8-11.
7:30 P. M.-An E+aster evening
r
song service, the subject of
which i: "After 'Three Days."

Achieve a! pleasing delicacy of coml-' der form, will begin early in May.
position, as well as some most inter- The monument will be in tme form
esling conubinations of colors, !of a rough-hewn granite block }ill
Miss Moseley is amn exhibiting mcmii- whlich is embedded a sword almost to
ber of thue North Shore Art associa- the hilt, and .ill bear a bronze tablet
!tton 'of Gloucester, and hem' remark- containing the names of the charter
able picture "My Iris Garden" (an in- menmbprs of tile organization.
tinmate glimpse of a springtime gard- j
en) was exhibited, there. bier "Cape , New York, April 9).-Six Americans'
Ann Cedar's" is a fine examniple of thej students have received awards of
decor'ative landscape. Incidentally, graduate fellowships for study in Bei-
the landscapes of this artist are ex- Iglum during the coining school year.
celloint examples of the modern color. I -
the ~exhibition will remain open the' READ TUE (LASSIFIE) AD)S,

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Let us take care of your-
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CORNER CATHERINE and DIVISION STREETS
HENRY LEWIS, Rector.
H. L. L4)NSDALE, Assistant.
RACHEL IIAVILAIND, Secretary for Student Work,
7 :0(0 A. i11.-Hloly Counion.
9 :00 A. M.-41oly -Commltunion.
11:00 A. M.--Festival morning prayer and Holy Commu11nion sber'imon
by thme hector.

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CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
HERBERT A. JUMP, Mlinister.
E. KNOX MITCHELL, Unversity Pastor.
10:45-Easter service. Sermomn by Mr. Jump: "MAN IMMORTAL."
2: 30-North Side Church Group.

3:00-Junior motion picture service. Easter story
Hedrick, and the filnm "BIG BROTHER."

by 1Viws> Ethel>

STUDENTS!
LEAVE YOUR ORDERS NOW
FOREASTER DELIVERY

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M.L-Children's Festival Service.
M.-Hike for" the students.

4:00-Highu School Federation.
6:00-Supper and Fireside Chat. "THlE RESURRECTION OF JESUS."
8:00-Motion picture service. Knights Teimpllar as guests of hronom'.
Tom - Moore imn "BIG BROTHER." Address by Mr. Juimp,
"Knights of the Loving Heart."

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHUI RCH
(Missouri Syrnod)
Third and West Imuron Streets
CARL A. BRA IJER, Pastor
9:00 A. M.-Preparatory in Gem'-

6:00 P. M.--Young .People's, Supper in the did chapel.

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FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Corner South State and East Washington Streets
REV. ARTHUR WV. S'TALKER, I). D)., Minmister
RFL '_ X 4'f'1' WESITERFIMAN.L As~oiabphdfinto]rhi

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