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PAGE !EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY__

SATURDAY, 'MAY 2, 192 i

DAILY OFF IIAL BULLETI'N
Publication in the 'Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the-University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Pres'ident until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdaya
Volume is SATURDAY, -MAY 2, 1925 Nunibei 156

France Looks To 'Big Three'

F'afculty Meeting, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The next regular meeting of the Faculty will he held.Monday, May 4th,
at 4:10 in Room 2225, Angell Hail. Johnt R. Effinger.
Uuiversity Women-H~ou se .Presidents:
Signing-out slips for the month of April are due in the Office of the
Dean of Women and should be ,brought in before May 10th.
Jean Hlamilton, Dean of Women.
,Nigara Fall Lecture :
Mr. W. K. Bradbury of the Niagara Falls Power Company will, speak
in Natural Science Auditorium on Monday, May 4, at 7:30 P. M. under the
auspices of the Student Branch of the American Institute of Electrical En-
gineers. Mr. Blradbury will outline the historical background of power de-
velopment at Niagara Falls, and will give considerable detail of the instal-
lation of the world's largest hydro-electric units and the construction of the
miniature model of the Falls built by the company for experimental pur-
poses. The lecture will be well illustrated with slides.
The lecture is open to all interested.
James B. Johnson, Chin. Publ. Comm.
House Presidents:
There will be a meeting of the Board of Representatives of the Women'IV
League on Saturday, May 2nd, at 10:00 sharp, in Barbour Gymnasium.
Dorothy iMeFarlen, Vice-President, Women's League.
Students in Aeronautical Engineering:
Attention of the class is called to the following information just re-
ceived by Major Carpenter from the War Department:
Those students of Aeronautical Engineering, who at their time of en-
trance into the advanced courses of any R. 0. T. C. unit express their inten-
tion in writing of applying for commissions in the Air Service Reserve Corps
at the completion of their course of training in the R. 0. T. C. may sub-
stitute advanced aeronautical elective. courses for certain courses required
in the R. 0. T. C. unit in which they are enrolled.
These advanced aeronautical elective subjects are:
Subject Hours Credit
4a Advanced Airplane Design...............2
7 Theory of Balloons and Dirigibles.............2
8 Design of Balloons and Dirigibles................. ...... 4
10 Design of Aerodromes and Hangars ...................... 2
11 Advanced Stability ....................................... 2
12 -Seminary....... ..................................... 2-4
14 Research ............. ................................. 2-4
.Any two of these subjects may be elected in lieu of any two of the R. 0.
T. C. subjects listed b~elow:
Coast Artillery MS-5, MS-6
Infantry MS-25, MS-26
Signal Corps MS-15, MS-17 or 18
Ordnance Other Engineering electives
(Curse 41--Air Service i
In addition to the substitution of two semesters of advanced aeronautical
elective subjects for, two semesters. of R. 0. T. C. subjects provided for
above, advanced aeronautical students will be. given Military Science 41, in
lieu of one of the other advanced subjects of the unit in which enrolled.

1,:31)--Social hiour at the Presbyter- SeeksEa l M n
WHAT'S GOING O ian church. Pol' etn t h al a
Notices to'appear in this column must r Presbyterian church.
poie fo ltproebfebe left in the box at the Daily office J 0 ltli itir evc i h
o'clock toreceedine tit dchy of issue. (Con gregational church; Robert
________- --- -- -Mantell and Alma Rubens in "Un-I
SATURDAY ?der the Redl Robe."
10 :00-1hoard of representativ~es of the !:.
W~omen's League meets in BLarbIour[lD 11. :c-
gym'nasium. ru;
2:Mf--Varsity bandl ;psentles at Nlor'.
14:4lHike adspprt .f'rs,, 0 IN! ANOFA.
farmn, for students. Meet at hlarris y . ::<>; ;:,>.
1 al Poems which will atppeatrin the r;r:=:.:::: >
i:00-8 :flO-TLper Room 13hIl class
meets. at Lane hall. Howard Chap-1 atunbio h n~dicmu
man o the Baptist church is th literary magazine, hav e been select-.-
s pek r ed b th edtr oft e p bi .in,:00-Prof. J. R. Hayden speaks he-_ from manuscr ipts readct at a goup
fore the Cosmopolitan club on meeting, or submittedi dir ectly to the
"Democracy in the Orient," in Lane 1eio.Vrey swl secl
Nall auditorium,.dtr anit~ swl secl
9i0-12(3t-Julorengneeingclas;lence, was considered in making se-I
+ dnceat ackrd ancng cadmylection a, according to Montgomery
dneaPakrdainaadm.Butch art, '25, editor.
ITo distinguish this final issue fromI
SUNDAY the four preceding, the cover' will be!
1.!0:45 -- Dr. Anderson speaks Oil1 printed oil black pa per. Trie is
E"Choosing a Life Work," at tha still time for contributors to submit 4
Presbyterian church. wood or linoleum block cuts for this
1l2:00-H. Y'. MeClusky leads stiden.', number. No definite time ha:3 yet
discussion class at tile Presbyter-; been announced for publication. --.A
ian church.aI Frank WV. Aldrich, banker, oft Me-
2:30-Phlippine club meets at Lain' Rochme C. Shehian, '24, has taken the Leani, Ill., is on his way to I grope in
hall, agency for Washtenaw county of the~ a new search for traces of early man.'
5 :30-Student supper and fireside Citizen's Mutual AutomobiI).Insur- He goes as representative of the Am-
chat at the Congregational church. ance company of Howell. le has er~ican School of Prehistoric Research.
M The topic for discussion is "Fra-f opened offices in the National BankIR~)Tl 'lASFEIAS
ternities and Sororities." building, Main street.REDTECAS1I DS

France, apprehensive as a. resultof the success of pro-monarchists in
the German election, is looking to this trio, the "big three" of the new
French cabinet. Left to right: Paul Painleve, premier and minister of
war; Aristide Briand, minister of foreign affairs; and Joseph Caillaux, fi-
nance minister. This is the first photo of Caillaux_ in ministerial attire
since his return to power.

bean rwEintfgter vwit t 3pewU
At Senior Banquet, May 20'
Dean John R. Effinger, dean of the singing will be informally carried on 1
literary college, will be thle main without the use of a leader. After the
speaker at the banquet of seniors of banquet is over, the seniors will go to 1
that school, to be held May 20, in tihe tihe library, for the last of the Sen-
assembly room of the Union, it was ior Sings. Caps and gowns will be,
announced yesterday by Edward N.+ worn.f
3Hartwick, '25, chairman of thle ban- An orchestra, which has not yet{1
quet committee. John Bennett, '25L,! been selected, will furnish music dur- i
will act as toastmaster. ing the meal.
Tile students selected to speak are Tickets sell for $1.50, and may be k
Dick Lawrence, '25, president of the obtained at the Union today. A.
class, Elsa Olhnmacher, '25, vice-pres- booth will also be placed in Univer-
ident, William Roesser, '25, and Ly- sity hall later in tihe week. I~

-Special Price on Tennis Rackets
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man Savage, '25. The speeches willf
take the form of renminiscences of thle
four years spent hlere, as this will be
the last dniner the class will have
together.
Pamphlets of Michigan songs wil
be distributed at thle tables, and tile
Engineer Finishes

d*000.1"Cle-ecom com.-C41.

%un a,2 Cburcbhervtlce3

(Course 41, will be on tile Tactical Fu
This announcement affects the so'
Members of the university of Xichigan
The Band will assemble at Morn-f
Uniforms to include capes to lie worn.
Foreign Students:
Foreign Students who took the spr
of the group taken at Lansing may pro
worth, Commercial Photographs,. 1315
A sample copy may be seen in Room 30
G.radu.ate English Club:
There will lie a meeting of theĀ£
evening, May 4, in room 302 of the M~
H._ C. Hutchins will read a paper on "T
Read The Daily
POSTPONE E lNTIO
OF BlEUNTI MY
Examination of William B. Bauer,
charged with the murder of his broth-
er Johin Bauer, has been postponed to
May S. This motion was made for
the defendant by Carl A. Lehman
with _the consent of Prosecuting At-
torn'ey William M. Laird, on the con-
dition that if the defendant should be*
held for trial at the examination, the
trial should, be held during the May
term of tile circuit court.
WANTED!"
Discarded Suits,
Overcoats, and
Shoes, Highest
cash price paid,.
Telephone 661

unctions of the Air Service. i JIQact nFentcoprer i
phomores next fall. TAtrT ilbest'
F.WBa lo i and: R. T. Liddicoat, of the engineering
is Hall at two o'clock this afternoon. 'mechanics department, has completed
Robert V. Halsey. D. 3[. a 150-pound 'mnodel helicopter after'
several years of study. Tile model
has given encouraging results in sev-
rin trp ad wo wsh phtogaph eral trial. flights,.
ocri n trpany wriightaphoCogaphn- Tile first model was comnpleted inl
cureoneby ritng o R C.Leaen- 1922 but it was found that imiprove-
W. Mich. Avenue, Lansing, Michigan.I ments were necessary to insure its
02 University Hall. success. The present model, which
J1. A. C. ilhldner. j was completed a year ago, includes
these imlprovements. In its first
flight inl June, 1924, it was discovered
Graduate English Club next Monday that the power plant needed remodel-
Michigan Union at eight o'clock. Dr. ling and ini January the first success-I
rhe Ethical Significance of H-amlet." fuli trial ,flight was made when the
Pau MusehP, resden. imachine irose from the ground under
Paul3lusehk, Pesidnt. its ownl power. Since that time sev-
eral winld and , weather tests have
been applied to thle machine. Fur-
thier tests- will hie"madie this sprinlg1
Classified" Columns I amid if they prove successful Mr. Lid-
dicoat will attempt a mlan-carrying;
t model.
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TRINITY ENGLISH
LUTHERAN CHURCH
Fifth Av e. and William StL
Ref. L~. F. G(UNI)ERMAN, Pastor

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. between William and
Packard
G. A. N EUMANN, Pastor
0 A. M.--Sunday school and Bible
classes.
10:00 A. M.-English service.
11 :00 A. M.--German service. Pas-
tor's subject: "Pilgrim's Pro-
gress."

9:30 A. M.-Bible school.
10:30 A. M.-Worship.
"How a Boy Helped
A Message for Boys'

Sermon:
a Man."
Week.

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST
409 Soutih Division St.
10:30 A. MV.-Sunday morning ser'
vice; subject, "Everlasting
Punishment."
11:45 A. M.-Sunday school follow-
ing the morning service.
7:30 P. M.-Regular Wednesday
evening testimony meeting.
T1he Reading Room, 608 First Na-
tional Batik building, is open
daily from 12 to 5 o'clock, except
Sundays and legal holidays.

ZION LUTHERAN
CHURCH
Washington St., and Fi1fth Ave.
E. C. S'TELL11ORN, Pastor
10: 30-Sermon on "The Seventh
comumandment."
5:30-S~trdent Forumn.
G:30 P. M.--Studenlt Foruma. Sub-
ject: "What Shiall I Io With
My Life?" Prof. HI. Y. Mc-
Clusky..

5:30-7:30 P. M.-Student Fellow-'
ship Hour and Forum. Sub-
ject: "Is the Bible Reliable in
Matters Pertaining to Faith?"
Leader, N. C. Bowersox, '27.

No evening meeting.
tion at Jackson.

Y. P. conven-]I

I I

!I

DISCIPLES
CHURCH OFrCGRIST
New Church-C'ar. 11W & Tappan
KENNETH B. BOWEN, Mi1nister
9 :30 Bible School.
10 :30-MVornimng worship. Speakers,
Mr. William 1B. iMamsajan, Mr.
Kenneth B. Bowen.
12 :00-Students' Class--Prof. A. L.
Trout.
6:00--Young Peple's Social Hour
amnd lunch.
6 :30-Christian Endeavor.
7:30-Evening worshlip. The pas-
tor~ wil speak.

r

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S. ROBINS, Minister.
Phillip E. LaRowe, Musical Director
10:45
PROF. A. E. IIAYDON
oft the Unlverslty of' Chicago
Speaks on
"A MODERN RELIGIOUS IDEAL"
4:30

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Nuron Streets
CARL A. BIRA JERt, Pastor
9: 30 A. Mv.--Sermon, German.
10:30 A. M.--Bible Class.
11:30 A. M. -- Sermon, English.
Pa stor's subject: "Let Not
Your Ih[arts Be 'Trioubled.

I

I

L.

Students' Union meets at church to go up
if weather pernmits.

the river,

5:30-7:30 P. M.-- Studenut
meets at parsonage.

ClubI

I

01t. kibrrut'iiEphirtpat !Tu4
CO1VNER CATHERINE and DIVISION STREETS
HIENRY LEWIS, Rector.
H. L. LONSDALE, Assistant.
RACHEL HAVIlLAND, Secretary for Student W{'ork,
8:00 A. M&.-Hohy Communion.
9 : 30 A. M.-Chlurch school.
11:00 A. M.-Morning prayer, Holy Communion and sermon by the
Rector.
'1:45 P1. M.---E. Y. P. A. picnic. Meet at the church.
5:00 P. Nl. Students' Hike and Supper. Harris Hall.

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH
HERBERT A. JIJMP, Minister.
.E. KNOX MITCHELL, University Pastor.
10:915-Service of worship. Sermon: "Religion and Comnmon Sense."
Frst n a series on "Religion and Five Senlses." The other
topics will be on successive Sundays: "The Artistic Sense,"
"Thle Business Sense," "The Senlse of 11umloV," "The Spiritual
Sense."
4:00-High School Federation. Perry Hayden will speak on "Positive
Christian ity."
5: 30-4Studlent Supper with twenty Detroit younlg people of North
Woodward Avenue Church, as guests. 'Topic: "Fr~aternities
and Sororities."
8:00-Motion Picture service. Robert Mantell and Alma Rubens in
"Under the Red Robe."

I

It. EDWVARD SAYLES, MINISTER
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN
MIINISTER TO STUDENTS

FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Corner South State and East Washington Sturents
REV. ARTHUR IV. STUALKER, 1). .I, :Mbiniter
REV. IV. SCOTT WESTERMAN, Associate M1inister
Rev. D~onald Tiuuernaaui
Ellen W. Moore

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