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TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1925

"IL MICHIGAN 1DAILY

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TAYLOR SOCIE[TY r
Regent W. L. (Clemnents Is Named 1:11.n
ber (of Advisory,,onunnittee of
01-ganization
WILL CONVENE MAY 14
Regent W. L. Clements of Pay City,
has been named a member of the ad-
visory committee to arrange a three
dcay coitfeience of the Taylor sociey
-which will begin Thursday, May 14, in
Ann Arbor at the 'invitation of the

Ritn o ntiuesInSofia streets

~EXCAATING EXPEDITI'ON CL UB ELECTS OFFIERSj ; or
TAKES TRIP To BRIMKA VATRECU LAR LUN i EON, Z" t l:(o,ti'H .

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After openinfg up) several sareophi- llcion 0f olf is .:,fe:atur xd the
t ao at Carthage, Tunis, eleven nmeni- ' rgulai hi- eeki y 1 uileOU of tIhe!
1taors of the University of lMichigan (')' m1(zIa)I ita _ oh sLid at 1.2:1.5
Archaelogical expedition headed hby o' clock 8 Ce in - ieChurch of
F rot. lFrancis\W. lKelsey, of thl I~iiin (CI' ist. 1The st udnts eleel afor he'
del,,artment , have started on a, 1,500) coming y ':val'I. \ .Aa g'27M1,
mnile motor t i!' to Briska on Ithe edge 'presidon I ; ("a a 1.z T. I a a, 27, viae-
ofth tmSahara desert. The 1purp~ose I presid eli ; 1IoI n 1oz(1. '11 ecre -'
o f this t rip is to look for ruinsI which Eta ry; and Dona 3to '1', Su,, at, '2S'
might be excavated. ESt udaut reaszurer. ('arlt (liiWe](.Ph;!of j
Count de Trorok, who is represent-, the rhet oi a 4epallm~efli wslh:l
in" the F'renich government on the a> fa ulty treasur er. '[he z 1 lI 0
expedition, is a member of the party dire tflrs wich(1i WO Ad,'IAat
wh'iceh is taking ,the motor trip. i li' l inen,(o-'istS 01 ihs..1).
Gw orge R?. Swain of the. Latin depart - M skor, 1.'iCmhe tti bi
meinit alld official University plioto 0 spezo 1 ii g a; =a eat. Itis IHold rup,
fgrapher is also taking thle trip to . i'1I.,'.aIQ si-lhat,' i
Pr IOfessfor Kelsey is in Italy at. pro'- Td ad : -xvio
s t m lakinig iilans for fart her re V uI 'S oUt ta e51iL;
_, rab and excavating. lHe xwillre h i i t1 U'Sgitp oft
rn to Tunis in a shorttime. t iil i' 2 : ; : , , .; lio .-P -lililni 11tH or

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Phone 115

f oent. of i he University. Ani execii-
tive Coiltliittee has beenl appoin ted,#"'yt>6ao
c Onsl,;tillg OF Prof. Charles 13. Gordy
of the mechanical engineering do-,.r ) Ya
partment, Prof. Orlan W. Boston or #} }la a
thle enginceering machine shops, Prof.i
Clarence S. Yoakumip, of the School offI
Bfusilless Administration, Dean Ead- ! :Iz>> ' ":::<'x.
znunr1 F,. ]ay of the same school, and(:1 ' , , ,.> : ,: :t °'~ 'xG.
Joseph. A. Ilursicy, Dean of Student~. :.
Th alrscey lI~lwl ethere for the first time since 1916, is
an international organization for the!)o tizofhesenef
manlageient, founded by1.Prof. IFred- :.:::,:" :,,, ;, : --.
e-rh!k 'AT. Taylor of the School of flu si
ness A din istration. t:>:::I,, ;: .:"::::": . . ..::>.::: .
The meetings are he ld three tlimes . >-. v ;,: .., :.:;;: ,
each year, once in New Y.ork and IC the.,tJ~
,offse.ttwo t ime., in other cent( L 5..
The Ann Arbor meetingw ,g: :::::::..> - : y..
en over to discussions of t he adm in- *
istrative problems of the automlobile -".r )ma:. y.
ind ;ty, the h ankers' andm .v.t.rif s'f
interest in good industrial inanag'- 1 *.tO -
ment, scientific office management, ex- ~~2(/kD~~
perimental psychology in p)ersonnel , Strees of Sofia conthi1111 to fie the Bele(f (' 1 tiolal riotiing f(,iiien tad ty revoflitoinla r* elemnentis att 0111i ag
problems, and other outstanding Pro])- to overt brow the Pilgarian golverane Andl : ,^lc, 11i jolt ohit'i V(iSliilie ca t lii axveri, govera ime nt.tfo icesar
bins f prsent(lay ianaeiuet. Ishtot inliown Jili 1(1reds 0ofSn spist s vii holnlt ,til. T'i s is heI'ala I st photo to belie ivl vd im ilSofia, shoxx -
The discussions will be presided over i~000 i i i tet n I i oeIle11itghgn
by leading industrial executives of the
conr. i If ' l i lI ~I( 1tiIS i1f'S'i(1 f1111 othir'r Wa,"illpro- ~~l<.i 'nola soilion of*sulphuric e'cid
cThe meetings will he open to any- ci ' __ - 11 u 25011 w f' hot, watle'. The anid pot ilt in 4 lobrolna toe, thriee
one interested in the matters disens s- I I '~I~~J
ed and visitors will be permitted to p i is W i f(ii I )11 inh ii (afiii plile ll 1 01'the x aiijl igsiedw,<(tr(tilbe(ufewhichl
take Hart in the discussions. ? 10e g J 91101 h.od a , i1121lu Ie xx ;ttee is:>the iiial rnsinig o' the lushe(s, i
__ ._-1Iil. xal~i'is ipj d'4- gshr~tld ryia- oven Wlteoa Ithe
Geneva, April 27.--Estimates of the.etl Iilt'X i" 1505 lild asi if s.11xvIiioheil~illydriedl, a n
AlCI of t riaill ,t e soP 5111 i:I st.e '~ i l 0 a i Iiii l) 'lI11,i. '. j~u ii 'to i
oil tieposists in tihe dispuited iViosaI 1 I o 1
area in Mesopotamia are said by morn- nltiY11ttii ae trxiiI'i iic i21t X: is n; i IOI ~- ______
byl P 'lt lwl )'i ers of the League of Nations invest- washed in t iehe (w isxa 1:1>ei as 5 V.
dr" hch %-a c m leedansi f l: t11 Fx, X Aili 3. - a l
igation to have been greatlyexag,- tn' hc a ~ipee ~~ 'a.~ I' Ii I e3 ,1 1) 1 it)tvIIi.i27 -Saiu
geae.IThe 11851 li dtItiliLy c"'~eneiit~t. .' IK Tr,2(1 0e )01>o h i olicca, Calif., xwen the next meeting.

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Itineraries' include France, Italy, Germany,
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Switzerland, and the British Isles.
Student Third Class
314 ,oa64 days
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including passage both ways,
hotels, m~eals, railroads, sightseeing, etc.
Descriptive booklet, outlining all tours,
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"Guess I'll take it in"--
"If you do you'll iearn howt)t plan
pool"-
"How's that?"
"Spend 50 celts, ysu -1- xl .__
kill you"-
And S6, Far Into the Nig t 1,2-,'
the Brave Six Flun ire -
Gigglesto the Right of T - :__

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to tears anyor
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