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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY,. MAY 20, 1925

Engineering College Offers Cou rses
Undter Professors-]]. IW. Miller i
And J. C. Palmer

Ford Plans To Buy Fleet For Scrap Metal

Spring Events
Maby 20-Senior Banquet and Senior
T~j Sing.
M3iy 2), 21, 22, 2:3-May Festival.

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)fay 22-Senior Ball.
May 22-Frosh Spring
flay 22--Last (lay for1
ploma fees.
clay 23-Outdoor
track meet.
May 27, ?5-Japanese
iVIic higan---ba sebaill.

Party.
payment of di-
Interscholastic
All-Stars vs.

TO OFFER SKETCHING
Three courses in drawing, includ- i
Ing instrumental adt free-hand
drawing; descriptiv(e geometry; and
neehanical, goet rica 1ad~ machine
drawing and free-had sketching will
'be offered in the Engineering Col lge
during the Sumnmer session.
The first course, that in necan-
cal, geometrical and macine draw-
ling, is designed to teach lettering,j
dorthographic projet ion, and I ccl-
. nique in drafting; and to give prac-
tice in the making of detail and as-
sembly drawxings and tracings. The
course includes instruction in the
making of blue prints.
In the corse in Inisti' ucida 1 and.
free-hand dra wing, the time is de
voted to practic iiue of instu-
ments, and 1'ree- ad sketchinjug,>o
that the studen i)t:ta y be a ble to redl
and make working draw ings o dn-
'tal and o her appliances and such
sketches at may be neessary in il-
lustrating subject~a in dntia1 anatomy
and kind red "alblj(t .
The descriptive ge'ometry course,
required o1 all freshmen engineers,
comprises problems on the point, line,
and plane, surfaces, solids and de-
velopments, n-Ih tidcus
Instruct ion i h hr oxs
covers free-hiand sketching of ie
cast models; study of mechanism, in-
cluding principles and classification
of t.le eleuent o nechanism, with
emphasis on tracing transmission of
motion.
O n the teaching stff will be Pro-
fessors I. W. Miller and J. C. Palmer.
oF SOCIALCONDITINS
To give coll i ( meo il 01opportunity
tostudy industrial problems and so-
cial conditions in Detroit, together
with the opportunity to discuss
questions which arise in their oser-
vations under the direction of prom-
inent social leaders is the purpose of f
a summer industrial research group~
sponsored by the Student Christian
association in cooperttio withi the
state Y. M. C. A.1
The group, which is limted to1
twenty-five mci, will obtain common
labor jobs in :Dtoit and will meet
,j three times a week for disussions.t
r The meetings will be held jointly
with a similar grou p from Yale uni-
versity, headed by Prof. Jerome
c Davis, of the sociology department,4
who will be one of rhoe dicussionj
Icaders. I fal C. Coffman, secretary
of the Student Christian association
wvill be in charge of some of the
meetings.
Ten mnen have already signed for
the group with EZra Youg, '26,
state-wide chairmuan(, who will enter-
view those interested in this work at
Lane hall.j
New Fratternity
Holds Initiation

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SMay 2S, 2$t-Iitercholastic Tennis
tourn'lamlent.
j May 29-Wvisconsin Qs. Michigan
track meet.
May 30-Iowa vs. Michigan-base-
ball.
Fay 30=-Wisconsir. vs. Michigan- k
jtennis.
Junie 10, 1l-Alumini meet. in. Detroit.
June 12-Ohio State vs. Michigan- f'
biaseball.
June 12--Alumni Reunion Days
June 12-Senior Class Day.
University Heat
System Finished!,
With the completion of the heating
tunnel leading to the 01(1 hospital
building, the last link wa's added to
t he vast underground heating system
of the University so that today every
state-owend biuilding in Ain Arbor is
heated from the central power pl~ant.Ix
The last unit is 22; feet in length
andl extends from the new University
hospital tunnel to the 01(1 hospital
grollp.
indianalpolis, May I 9,-Charles B.
Sch wab, steel mnagnate, wii1 referee
tie GOO-mile race at the Indianapolis
Motor Speedway, May 30.

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The pr oposed purchase of 4400 "'verv3n u-ba il! vessels from the 1.8. shzi I'izug board by h eniry FordI
Would not. nakce hiim 1tle gratest: ship ping-master in the world, as st'ateI. For itis; now l~iiown t:hat lie De-
troitI auto manufacturer plan, to scrap most of the craft foin their inet alIs td tits iig a, a sig only a few of thea
better oyles in Ihis private Ileot, of f ugltcia oeof thle shippiiir boa ' Xc : .elsIthe motor ina na Ic is ne-
got iat ing with TI. V. O 'C onner, siiippi g; boarmd elms1 m'mmam, Ito buy, are see.: 'tied im in 1 lie HIog Isl andi sh ijyar-A.
P'hiladelphiia.

Flags Of University Colors
Ordered .For Local Merchants
I31lue '4ret fkw-s(mt iining larg~e o.' ,VV hi r U will 1)be di])i , jo d(f to Ihlme
block M's in gold may be used hiero- mieict no ;eigth rg-
after by Ann Arbor inirchant~s for iarAe aflsadlotouc
(isplay on occasions of university
importance to replace tihe Anle ican ' 1 C'!) iti{%., as care to take ad vanta "'
flags now il in us, auC'o{r{lintigto ji.ia af s (h'f leolpp till ity for o btaimlilug ban-
mlade at a recent moti ugot tim lie iW" li HaJt 0.2.aceordiri, ; u
board of directoi:, of tilie(Cianiber of ii a aevoittivir Is. Thme lv" Wflags,
Comm111-erce. Wvll i at-e, ouiri by six feet in siz,
It. has beenm felt, for some tinme by P ia Ve al rca dy lb((u orlicedlamd it is,
certain busiia ss men of the city, and expected lthUat thf'y will a rriye fo, dis-
especially by membhersm of thle Ariim:- tri buition rSome tim llw li i ~Week.
icne gion anmd sirnilain organriz a- j At liresent there are more C hart 360
tions,_ that indiscrimninate use of the 'of te maA ional flag s ill thmo pos essioti
nationalI flags was being; made inIof the iiiocheiant , almlidtiis; time hope
showing themlloil day", of ] mrely lo- jof the ebcaumber mthat lii;nuniber (-'S
cal significsace, suich as dim ring foot- Ihe illcr eased t, atI eas-t 100, t akinag
ball gamues, coinvent ion in cetings, and inl addlit ionsl 1businless (list rict':
the like. whilch) are miot yetstiplied.icl
Acting on thIiis saggestlion, the local I TPhe mmat iomal flags now inIl se wlll
chamber ha,, ordered a minn Wr of be r)erer ',red f.-)I-display on nat io-'nsa
flags designed in thle IUive rsity col - holidays andtiims i Ia r c i siols.

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COLLEGE MEN
Now is Your Time to Travel
Europe holds infinitely more for the college student than
for the average traveller. He has the youth, the leisure, the
proper mental attitude and educational background for the
fullest enjoyment and profit.
Seniors! Round out your education with that essential attn."
Bute to culture - travel. You'll be more valuable in business.

Underclassmen! Gain breadth of
vision by a glimpse at Europe. It
will place a more vivid inrerpreta-
tion upon your future studies.

Cross in good company wih hun-
dreds of other college people inquar.
terstvhich arereset'Vedexctusitey for
'you and similar congenial travellers.

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FFESTIVAL'
First May Festival Conicert
WED)NESD)AY EVENING, HAY 2, S:00 OC,OCK
PROGRAM
Soloist
Ossip arll~tsch, J'1allt
The Chilcago Symphony Orchestra-Mr Frederick 1 toc, (onductor
overture, "'Leonore" No. 3.............................. Beethoven
Symphony No. 1, B flat, Op. 39........................... Schumann
Symphonic Poem, "Don Juan".............................. Strauss
Intermission-
CONCERTO for P'ianoorte and Orchestra, 13 flat ior, O0p. 23
.............. Tchaikowsky
Mr. Gabrilo-tytsch
Second May Festival Concert
rniIR.S'D)4y EEl'.(, MAY 21, 8:00 O'CLOCK
Soloists
Emiy t 1'Stkes Hlagar, Soprano IRbys Morgan, Teor
Charles Tittinann, Bass
Mabel Ahread, i'anist PaIimer Chlristan, Organist
Ilsme hllerslfy Chloral U~iol--J'arIl ;.'Moore, Conductor,-,
The Chicago Symphony3 Orche'rai rr. Frederick Stock, Conductor
'PROGRAM
Overture, "Night on a Blare M~ountain"................. MolisorglIy
"The Bells" e-,.....I..................... ..achmnaninoff
Poem by Edgar Allen Poe
Soli, University Choral Union and orchetra
1. Thg Silver Bens 3. The Brazen Blls
Mr. Morgan and Chioruti Chorus
2. The Golden Bells 4. The Mournful Bells
Miss Hiagar and Chorus, Mr. T1ittmnan and Chorus
* ' Intermission
selections from "B minor Mass . Bach
Third May Festival Concert
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 22, 2::30) O'CLOCK
Soloist
Loretta Iegun
_Children's Fesival Ciorn s-J osefl , Nody, Conlitor
'Maisel Ross iheati, Iteen Btane 111nd Annae, Broene, Accompnaists
Palmer Christia, Organst
PROGRAM
(a) The Hleavens Proclaim............................ .Beethoven
(b) Goodnight, Farewell.................................. Kucken
Iligh School Chorus
(a) Gia 11l:Sole Dal Gauge ............................... Scarlatti
(b) Lungi D~al Caro Beoe................Secchi
Lorett a legnan
(a) Spinning C'horus from "Flying Dutchman........... ... Wagner
(b) Cali Is the Night..................................... Bohmn
Girls' Glee Clubi
Angelums from "Scenes Pittoresqmes........ .............. Massenet
Au~ , "A MonP15" fro 1arp Ensemble
Ar', Ali Mn FiN" fom"be c.Propiete"....:............Meyereer
Mss I~egnall
Lox'eiy Appeair" froin "The Redemption" ................... Gounod
Geraldine Schlemumer, Sop 'ranio
Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs
:Supplication ......... ................................... La~orge
Dawni in tie Deert ......................................... Ross
Tk heRain Song............................................ Hahn
Bolemo ........................................... Arditi
f~miite Alice SI, Dleg'M11
Suie,"AlceinWonderland" ................ Edgar fStilman Kelley
Alice on Iler Way
The White Rabbit
In Wonderland
The Banquet of the Red Queen
Children's Festival Chorus
Fourth May Festival Con cert
FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 22, S:00 O'CLOCK
Soloist
, , ,. Lawrence Tihett, Baritone
Tiie Chi Icg'9 Syniphony Orchiestra---Mr. Frederick Stock, Conducto'
PROGRAM
Prelude, Act II-l, "A Basso Porto".............Spinelli
Symphony, No. 3, F major, Opr. 90............... ........ Brahms
Allegro colt, brio;
Andante;
Poco allegretto;
Allegr'o
Aria, "Eri Tu" from "The Maked Ball" ................. Verdi
Lawrence Tblett
Inrterumis sion
Aria, "Vision Fugitive" from "Herodiade"................. Massenet
Mr. Tlbbelt
Suite, "From' Finlan~d," Op. 24..............Palmgren
"~Spring, Drewrs".
"Minuet ini popular Style"
"Dance of the Falling Leaves"
"Sleigh Ride"

Aria, Ford's ":Monologue" from, "Falstaff" ..............Verdi
"Ascent of Brunhiilde's Rock and Finale" fm'om "Siegfried"
.. . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. W agner
Fifth May Festival -Concert
SATUIR)AY AFTIERNOON, HIAY 23, 2:30 O'CLOCK
soloist,
3ischa Elian, Viojlst
The Chicago Sy fll~holly (rc etra--lfr., Frederick Stock, Conductor
PROGRAM
Suite, No. 3, D major ................................. ...... Bach
Overture .*
Air
Glavottes I and II
Bouree
Gigue
Plymphony, INo, 5, C minor............................ Beethoven-
Allegro- con brio;
Andante con Moto;
Allegro; Allegro
Intermission
Concerto for Violin 4.nd Orchestra, D major .......... Tchaikowvsky
* Ailegrp moderato;
Canzonetta-Andante;
Finale---Allegro viyacissimo
Mischa Ilu
Sixth May Festival Concert
S AItRD AY ll E \(/"1 G, MA3_.^Y 2,8:00 O'CLOCKI
in Opern In Four Acts
CAST
PROGRAM
Ila Gioconda ...................................... Frances Peralta
I.amm........................ugusta Jiensk .
La Cieca......................................... Kathryn Mi&sle
h nzo............................................. Mario Chamlee
flatrnaba.............................. Vicente Ballester
A ivia0 . . . .. . . . . .. . . .. . . . . .. . . .. . H nii Scott

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What do you ask
of business?

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fuxture in the commercial world
different ideas of a business career.

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But

PIA Epsilon kappa, mationallimonm-
o~ary phlysical eduicationm fraternity,
recently installed a Mlichigan clhap-
ter'. Honoi'ary mi(Ilembersinitiated in
cluded: Fielding It .Yost, director of
inter-collegiate athletics; Dean A. S.
Whitney of thme School of VIduation,
Dr. John Sund vs 1, Dri. a(George A.
Mvay, 'mof. E. ID. itcell, E. V. Lang-
ton, A. T. Schiultz, and Fi'ed East, JI',
all of the physics 1 educat ion dlepiart-
Mient ; amid E. K. Wiemnim of the
Coaching staff.1
The Seniors in iti1sted included :
Hlarry T. Col leY, AM. 0. Reed, R.
Rockw(-ll. It. V. hIgle, and~ II. I'.
Samuel. Thea society admits inunioi's
and Semiors ini ilme physical education I
(epartmnent: on a scholastic basis en-
tirely.
Iden Will Return
F o r L a s t .m e e t i n g-D. T n a d n o d c o f 1 1
Ann Ambor tiilblo ('ha iiranmd thie in-
termnat iomi' 11yrknowni Upper Rooii
Bible Class'iloin'thle last ten years, ex-
pects to reoturm to Ann Arbor' in time
to ('011111(4t tme last mu ci imgof1'the year'
for thre Bible Olass. IU pper Room
n<<11i are sc ially urged to keep the
reg ulam' hour Iron)m seveim1to eight
o'clock oi l My (30 ineto greet
"t h11em'''I den on his ret urnihome.
1n1iG ;hstiIi.Ie a a h pporituiity of seeing manmy former
Ill(m1be1w's of eime class who are nlow
,3;: te'ed all over thme world.
Ho pitalADppois
New Pathologist

everyone wants a worth-while occupation,
in a permanent field, with opportunity
for individual growth and advancement.
The Insurance Company of North
America has some present openings that
offer these advantages. They are not
selling positions or insurance agencies,
but departmental positions within the
organization of this oldest American fire
and marine insurance company. College
men are invited to write to
IN'SURANCE COMPANY of
NORTH AMERICA
3rd &' Walnut Sts.
Philadelphia

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Good athletes are made, not born! Given
all the inherent qualities, the star runner,
golfer, "baseballer," etc. , must be carefully,
thoroughly trained-both mentally and
physically. So the methods of trainers
and athletic experts are of interest to all.
And it is significant that an alkohol rub
is almost universal as a part of the pro-
gram of developing the utmost in physical
fitness. Mifflin Alkohol is available to
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Splendid elief for tired, aching feet; great
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germicide.
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which actually improves it for external use.
College' teams and many other athleti
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