THLE MICH -IGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, MAY 20. 1925)
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin 18 constructive notice to all mnembers of
the University. Copy received b tho Assistant to tba 's dent until
3:30 P. m. (11:30 a.in- Saturdav .
Volume S TIUESD)AY, MAY 269,11325, umbewr 174
Sunken Rum Runner Gives Up Cargo
IHBELL SUCCEEDS LIKE!T
As OYS' CAPMP EDR'
S. C. A. PRESIDllElT TO10MAKE
Professor Charles Lane Poor, Professor of
'University, will give a University lecture on the
Relativity" at 4:15 P. M. Wednesday,. May 27, in
The p)ublic is cordially invited.
Astronomy in Columbia
subject "Gravitation vs.
Natural Science Audi-
I'., E. Robbinis.
Deui's Advisory Commiittee, College of Llraure. Slence and tlhe Arts:
The Dean's Advisory Committee is asked to meet in this ofice on
Tuesday, May 26, at 4:10 P. M. to discuss the budget needs with Secretary
Smith. Jon It. Effiger.
To All Students:
Students having in their possessonlbooks drawn from the University
Library are notified that all such books aeecue Wednesday, May 27th,
1925, on account of the impending examinations.
Facurlty, Colleges of EngineerIng and Architecture:
There. will be a meeting of the faculty of these colleges on Tuesay.
May 26, at 4:15 o'clock P'. A. in Room 411, West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkis, Seretay.
Seniors of the various schools and colleges who have been seleted by
their Class Presidents, respectvely, are requested to meet with Dr. May
at the gymnasium at 7:00 P1. M.'Thursday, May 28.
& L. M. Gra, Chief Ha'sial.
M~embers of the Summiier Session Fkaclties:
Blanks for the Faculty Directory and request cars for the Summer
Michigan Daily will be sent this week, by campus mail, to all members of
the Summer Session staff. Their prompt return' will be greatly appreci-
The Summer Daily will be delivered gratis only to those members of
the Summer Session faculty who fill out the request cards.
E. Ii. lKraus.
Summner Camp i Geology anid Geography:
Registration blanks for the field courses in geology and geography are
now available at the Registrar's office. Students, planning to attend the
camp, must fill out these blanks and pay tuition as early as possible to be
certain of places. in the classes. The number of students in each class is
limited; as soon as this limit is reached, registration will e closed.
Students, who have signed the temporary blanks for places in the field
courses, must also fill out the registration blanks.
2. Inoculation Against Typhoid.
Everyone attending the camp must be inoculated against typhoid. The
inoculation, which may be obtained at the Health Service, is given over a
period of two weeks and should be started at once.
8.Circular Of Information.
A circular of information regarding supplies for cour~ses, personal
eqipmient, mail, etc., may be obtained from thio Director of the camp.
To All Students in Egineerinig Dra wi g:
All students are required td remove' the locks from teir instrument
and drawing board lockers by the end of the examination porio, JuneO
10th.Locks found unremioved after this date will be destroyed to free the
lockers for the Summer Sesion. H. W11. Miller.
Electrical Enigineers and Physicists :
Mr., F. W. Peek, Jr., Consulting Enginer of the General Electric Co.,
will lecture to the Detroit-Ann Arbor Section of the American Institute of
Electrical Engineers on "Lightning and Other high Voltage Phenomena" in
the Natural Science Auditorium at 7:45 P. M. Tuesday, May 26t. Mr.
Peek's experiments on artificial lightning at 2,000,000 volts will be illustrated
by motion pictures. The public is cordially invited.
Alfred I. Lovll.
R. 0. '. C.:
Articles of government property, other than uiforms, held on mem-
orandum should be turned in to R. 0. T. C. Supply Officr- at once. Uni-
fornis should be turned in promptly after the drill periods this week.
To All Members of Tau Beta i P:
There will be a meeting of Tau Beta Pi on Tuesday, IMay 26, at the
Michigan Union at 6:00 P. M. It is important that all be present as ele-
tions for the Coming year wvill be held.
Karl B. Robertson, Corr. Se't.
R. 0 T. C.:
1R. . T. C. Band practice tonigt at 7 P. M. in the Drill aIl. All
instruments will be turned in at tis time. R. 'I. Siloserg..
Egber t R. Isbell, '26L, was5 named
yesterday to succeed R ensis Likert,''G , a u e i t n e t o h r s
A ir camp. Likert was forced to re-
sign because of the duties which his
election to thre presidency of thet
Student Chiristian association entails,
and the circumstance of a trip.
abroad on an international studentl
pi lg rim age.1
Liker-t will go to Europe this sum-
!maci as a nieluber of a group of stud-
ent~s who will spend two months in .
the universities of Europe, where
they will meet and discuss interna-
tiolta.I questions with European stud-
en ts andi faculties.
Camnp will open June 17th, with 45
bet's Li-om Ann Arbor and 15 from
Jackson. On the 22nd, 60 boys will
come from Flint and thereafter every
five days half of the camp will r'e-
turn home and another group of 60
boys will enter the camp, filling to
cap~acity the camlfp accomrodations of
120 boys and 15 leaders.
rThe (lining. lodge which is being
financed separately from the budget
of $5,000 has been partially erected.j
It is expectedl that special contribu-1
ti ons will be secured to complete this
work before the opening of the camp
The camp fund has now reached a
total of $1576.22. This includes aIN
$300 contribution from the treasury,
of the J-Hop committee. There are
28 organizations on the campus who
have not as yet made their reports.
Moscow, May 25. -- The Soviet su-
preme court dlenied the appeal of the
Sinclair Oil company, from the decis-
ion of the lower court which annulled
its oil concession in Saghalien.
W~ashington, May 25.--Newspapiers
which published lists of income tax-
payers and the amiounts thley paid last
fail were uphield in doing so today by
the Supreme court.
Geneva, May 25.-TPhe Russo-Jap,-
anese treaty recently concluded in
the Far East was registered today
with the League of Nations by Japan,
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We will allow' the
above amount towards
any $7.00 or $7.50
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The history of the sub-chaser 217j
govcernment by par-ties who eonverted'l
by its crew off Sandly Hook, New York,
cutter. A deer sea (liver liought it for
meait that its cargo wouldt be turne I
He is speen bringing up the 400th case
goods5, preliminary to raising the ves
is not done yet. Bought from tile
it into a rum runner it was scuttledI
when j)1lursuedby a coast guard
a nlominal price, with 'tile agree-
over to tihe lprohibition department.
of literally anll figuratively wet
There will be anl imp~ortant buisinesis meeting of tile Aeronautical So-
ciety ini Roomi 308 Michigan Union. at 7 :30 P. M. Tuesday, May 26.
"Th'le School for Scandal":
The class in Standard flays will present the plicipal scenes from
Sheridan's "Tile School for Scandal,"' in the auditorium of University
Hall, Tuesday, May 26, at 7:30 P. A. Public invitcd. No admission
charge. VL. elth.
Graduate Eniglishi Club:
Trhere will be a meeting of tile Graduate English Club Tuesday eve-
ning,, May 26, in Room :302 of tile Michigan Union at eight o'clock. Mrs.
Norma Solve will read a paper oil "References to Contemporary French
IHistor-y ini The Tempest." Painel ill ucschike, Pres'.
Unglish 3- pulic Speaikinig for Em.'igimiers :
The regular- weekly assemnbly will be held Thursday, May 28, at 7 P. M.
in Room 348 of the West Engineering .Building. Chai-man. Mr. 11I. L.
Matheson ; Speakers : Messr-s. H. C. D~ahnke, L. C. Lever, 1B.' C. Ketchunm,
C. L. Foster. A. S. H-ail, W. R. Thompson, C. Hlugerford, andl R. J. Reason.
It. L. Lindemiulder.
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WHAT'S GOING ONl
Notices to appear in this column nmust
he loft in the box at the Dailty office
S providled for 'nat purpose before 4
o'clock preceeding tnieday of issue. I
j TUE SDAY
4 :10--IeaRN'sadv1iory (i01u1t tee of
j the literary college meets in Dean
I John R. Etiiger's office.
4: 1v---Faeitlty of thle ('olleges of Eng.
iineciin g and arcehitecture meet in
room 411 wvest Engineering build-
(:1',;---'fapn Betai Pi izieccs at the 1-
6:4 5-A 11111111 1)IJluiIQIof Al phaNil
Lite rtrv society is held at tile Greenl
' Tree inn.
1 :30-Aeromnutical society mieets in
room 308, Uijon.
7 :30--P1rincipal Iscenes fromiiiSheri.
(lMan's "The School for Scandal," are
pr1esented in the auditorium of Un-
7 :4---F. «". Peek, Jr., consulting eng-
ineer of the General Electric coin-
S pany speaks on "Lightning and
S Other High Voltage Phenomena,"
in the Natural Science auditorium.
.i8 :00-Gramduate Eniglishm club imeets
in room 302, Union.
Aniy Lime, Ship, Crul.
l st, 2nmd Cabin or 3rdi C
E.s.B KU EDI
4:L l-Priof. (Charles Lane Poor of Col-
unmbia university gives a University
lecture on "Gravitation vs. Relativ-'
ity." in the Natural Science audi-
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French troops opposing Abdl-el-I rimn's -
inivading Ruffian tribesmen have been
with(irawn froln their positions north
of tile Ouerglha river.
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