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' SUNDAY, MAY 24,1 I2~

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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mnembers of
the University. Copy received bN the Assittant to th. o O"dent until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a.,nm. Saturday k
Volume A SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1925 'Numbler 17.4


jo Meilemhers cif the VIiiversify of MicIii
The U'nit. will assembllle at. Band] 1I1
noon in uniform, wit hout capes, to t
services at F'orest lill cemetery. TI
C cereoy is3 (f1vital imiportan1ce to the
ticularly requested. IN
Clayton May Rule
I British Palestine,

igull IInl
ieadiqlarters at a o'clock this after-
:ae par't in the Masonic Ascension
'he appearance of the unit at this
b~aled1 and a argeat tend~anIceis ipar-
obe'rt V. Hlsey, St 11(10111 31anager.


at the Presbiyterian churc he. $IA FIIASWL
.t:0 0 e hue t Wely H L FO U 91G:30-Eveig worship at the iletli._____
odist church. Tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock
S :IM-M1ot ion p~icture service it the

The Summer Michigan Daily
offers students who expect to,
attend Summer School all of the
a(dvantages and e x p er i en c e
which are found in The Mich- I

University Lecture:
Professor Wolfgang Kohler, of the University of Berlin, will give, a
university lecture at 4:15 P. M., Monday, May 25, in Natural Science Aud-
itorium, on the subject "Behavior of Apes (Chimpanzees)." The lecture
'will be illustrated with moving pictures and lantern slides. The public is
cordially invited. 11. E. Riobbins.
To All Students:
Students having in their possession books drawn from the IUniversity
Library are notified that all such books are due Wednesday, May 27th,
1925, on account of the impending examinations.
Vin. W. Bishop, Librariani.
faculty, College of Literature, Science anid thle Arts:
Copies of the recent bulletin of the National Research Council giving
President Aydelotte's revised report on Honors Courses, in American Col-
leges and fAf1Vrsities, are now ready for distribution and may be called for
in the bd~ih's 'office. Jolhni R. Effinger.
Faculty Meeting, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The next meeting of the Faculty will be held Monday afternoon, May
25th, at 4:10 sharp, in Room 2225 Angell Hll. Professor Wagner's Comn-
mittee will 'make its report on entrance requirements at that time. A full
attendance :is desired. John R. Effiniger.
Arthur R. Cusbny, M. D., L.L.D., F.R.S., Professor of Pharmacology in
University ofldinburgh, will lecture to the Sophomore, Junior, and Senior
classes, M~edical School. West Amphitheatre, 9 A. M., Monday, May 25th. It
is requested tkat the Junior and Senior Classes be dismissed from their 9
o'clock exerpses for this purpose. Hugh Cabot, Deani.
'Faculty, (% lig~ex of Engineering and Architecture:
There will1 be a meeting of the faculty of these colleges on Tuesday.
May 25, at 4:15 o'clock P. M. in Room 411, WVest Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hlopkinis, Secretary.
Last Day -of, Art Exhtibition :
The International Exhibition of paintings, displayed in Alumni Mem-
orial Hall under the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Assocation, will be on
display only today, iSunday, May 24. The hours at which it is open are
2:00-5:00 P. M. Free to University students and pupils of the city schools.
Gallery talk by Myron B. Chapin, Instructor in drawing and painting, Sun-
day, 4:00 P. M. V. P. Lombard.
Nonlce to Applicants for University Scholarships:
The following students, applicants for a University scholarship, are re-
quested to meet the Committee on Monday afternoon, May 25th, for a per-
sonal interview. Notice of the hour and place will be sent to each student.
In case the notice is not received, the applicant should inquire at the
Dean's office. There will be nine scholarships awarded.


-- - Congregational church: ",Womuen about 30 students, active in campus igan Daily, and also the oppor-
WIHAT'S N h Gv. affairs, will leave Lane hall for the tunnty for faster advancement.
es ON'1 1 S. C. A. fresh air camp, where theyI Both the editorial and business
i n,~«t apar tiis oi tnmnnust i 310I)AY! will discuss the policies of the or- starfs will add a few men and
u -f n o tOlt 1)3;,yv office 1 F~l
1,1c t for ''i't purp~ose before .-:OI---)r. A rthuir It. ushing, jiroles- g anization for the coming year. ' women (luring the next few
~c tal ~e tl.q of issue. t sor of p~harmacology in the Univer-; In this group will be last year's S.' weekis. Persons interested are
sity of Edinburgh, lectures in the C. A. cabinet and prospective mlemn- urd ged to see Thal or Mansfield,
"'ND A Y west. amphithreater of the Medical bers for next year's and other men on the editorial side, any after-
Idt hmie's r,,builclin '. interested in the work of this body.'J noon from 2 to 5 o'clock, or
13:00-Uiiiversity conmxittee oil diploi Any Michigan man interested is wel- Conlin, on the business side,
lrrtUI.ma schools meets in the President's come to go. ( any afternoon from 4 to 5:30
16;.i>-It .11. )11111 Irrerlal ofie.At thecapasrofpe forum; o'clock. These men may be
lr achfcs at the Presbyterian j 4:l0-Faeutlt;y of the literary college will be conducted and there it will be found a.t The Daily offices: in_
cl'uv~zh. !meets in room 2225, Angell hall. I,decided how the organization can the Press building on Maynard
I .2at- Cw onc Student,1 Bible class-x4-I .Pr-~mof. 11lolfigang Koeiler of tile,'; best function on the campus. P'oli-; street.
es n: c :'inm Wesley hall.i University of lPerlin speaks on "The c ies, too, will be b~rought uip for dis- t _____________________
12 .tI tloarl V. 11eIjc('lky leads 5 Behavior of Apes," in the Natural F cussion and it wil be decided what ' --
clasi; for students at the Presbyter- Science auditorium. course the. association will pursue Baltimnore~, MXay 23.-William Thrn-
i church, - next year.
1.2:i;3-1'roiessor 11'trmluurantsI.dWM. Newi Zealand, with a population of The group wi'l returnu to Ann Ar .as, 3,of San 1 Fraincisco, was lectcdl
(iiapm nan lead Blapistd Guild b~iblec less than one-third of that of China, bor at 6 o'clock. i"r'i{lenit of the Associated Ha .rvardl
rctayes at th-e Guild house.' has a peca ntia purchasing power one ! clubs at the organization's annual
<'il '"cva!p indaa Blade holds finial hlundred times greater-, according to Detroit.,lMay 23. - Salvaige opera- !business meeting here yesterday.
it n ug at the Union.1 recently compiled statistics. tions were to be commenced today at I - ---
00.41 Va° dtv band atsseniihles at hend- Point Peelee, near Leamington, Ont., Rlabat, French Morocco, May 23.--
}qu rt e s to take part in the Masonic London, May' 23.-The demand for F on the steamer Kelly Island, which rpThe Rtlfian trib~esmen are standing,
-A'c sioi services at Forest IBill wilds animals of various parts of the upset in a. storm three weeks ago. their ground stoutly against the forc-
cneer.,world has been greater this spring es seeking to oust thenm from tie
1-0 .))- Interniatioinl exhibition than in 1.5 or 20 years. READ THE CLASSIFIED AilS, French zone.

Brig.-Gen. Sir Gilbert Clayton, for-
mer chief secretary of the Palestine'
gbvernment, is expected to be namod I
the high commissioner to Palestine,
a British protectorate. He is not al
Jew, as is Sir Herbert Samuel, pres-1
ent high commissioner.
1 There will be a meeting of the
editorial staff of The Summer
I Michigan Daily at 4 o'clock Mon-
day, M\'ay 25, in the Press build-
ing. All persons who wish to
work on The Daily during the
summer are requested to attend.
Experience in newspaper work j
Iis not necessary. J
Read the Want Ads '

of modIern paintings from the Car,
umni Memorial hall.
negie institute of Pittsburgh, in Al-
3::00-Tlinaaustaui club meets iln Lanle
4 :0 --3yron B. (Chapin of the urchi-
tectural college gives a gallery talk
on the paintings of the Internation-
al exhibition in the west gallery
of Alumni Memorial hall.
4 :00-Hake and141sipper for Episco-
palian students leaves from Harris
4:00--Conmgregational . studlent lt cnoe
conference; discussion on "What
They Believe in My Part of the
{Couintry"; bring own supper.
4 :30-Unitarian studenits meet tit thme
church for picnic meeting.
5:30-1 Baptist students meet tat the
jGuild house for "Hilltop meeting"
on Beefsteak hill. Senior night;
Maynard Phelps, leading.
5 :30-Lutaer'an stumdeints meet at- Par.
ish hall, Washington street; Sen-
ior banquet.
5:30 --social hour at the Presbyteriani
j icli~.
6:00 " 7 :00-W1esleyam Guild meetinug,
led by Gladys Beyers. is held at
Wesley hall. Topic: "A Student's


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W. A. Greig
H. B. Carnes
C. C. Hostrup
G. G. Woods
IDorothy Tyler
Eunice Rose
Helen Hall

J. B. Mellott
H. D. Larsen
I. H. Sims
Helen E. Dodge
I. F. Gwatkin
R. G. Alexaidtor
Benjamin Boyce

N. P. Feinsinger
R. S. Miller,
Doris Glines
Alex. Diamond
Susan Storke
Margaret H-ostrup
D. It. Bishop
HI. P. Thlenme, Chawirmian.

Freshmiaani ud Sophomaore 'Women:
Physical examinations are to be given at regular class houi's, Wednes,
(lay and Thrruisday, May 27th and 28th. No credit will be given for gym-
nasium work unless this examination is taken.
Ethel )iCoriick.
Graduate English Club:
'There will be a meeting of the Graduate English Club *Tuesda~y eve-
ning, May 26, in Room 302 of the Michigan Union at eight o'clock. Mr's.
Norma Solve will read a paper on "References to Contemporary French
Hlistory in The Tempest." Pul Mueschuke, Pres.
University Conmittee Onil iloa. aschools-.
The University Committee on Diploma Schools will meet in the Presi-
dent's Office on Monday ,May 25th, at 3 P. M.
J. 13. Edni on son, Secretairy.
Patu'oule Dally Advert~sers -- it paays.-Adv.
The Coloring of the Fette Rugs is Notable
Their tawny golds take sunshine anywhere. Their colors
are 'as' delectable as those of rare porcelains and as fine as
those of ,the rare old Ming period rugs, that is to the ordinary
eye.. They come to us antiqued, in the malting to meet the
mod'ern requirement for antique effect s. They do not need
the' acid 'wash wvhich must be given to soften the crude coloring
of ?Tie' ordinary Chinese rug. There are browns that will go
into any groom, as good as the good brown earth itself; soft
and dairk; cocoa and chocolate colored; golden with a little
green 'like mustard ; tan with no green at all; or with a red ;
sand' whitened_ out a bit; a light gold-the loveliest of all-
corn color or maize; a canary yellow; peach color like the
bloofik on: ripe fruit; copper and very delicate henna tones in
"beautifuil' and unusual combinations; blues so lovely that you
forget the awful blues of some of the ordinary Chinese rugs
that fight everything in an ordinary room, powder blues, pastel
blues and delicate, exquisite mulberry tones ; jade and pastel
greens and mrany others.. in new or antique effects.--Good
Furniture Magazine.
Fette Chinese Rugs sold by

# Just like this. All you have to do is inquire. We apply
the rent of your piano to the purchase price of an instrumenty
represented in this picture. You do not rent or buy the
4 picture, but you can buy a grand piano like it.
University Music House
".Evert thing.Musical"
601-605 E. WILLIAM

I18 icho IM RG tri ii iga vecetoet
'A Ad
.direct from the Univer- Detroit.
sity of Michigan will start They make their debut,
an extended engagement hreJu sise y may
here June 4th. professional entertainers.
.We cordially invite your 2
They bid fair for the opinion of Kennedy's Col- 2
honor of being one of the legiate Six. 2
v a4 o r 2 2 - ,9 3 - l FOR INFORM ATION, CALL CADILLAC 5 74 . L. YOUNG, M gr. A

928 Church St.

Phone 3155

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