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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

WEDNESDAY, M')AY 27, 1,92,-

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SSCAI COOPERATES
IN TECUMSEH DRIVE

Detroiter Heads
Bdig Aircraft Line

.GLYE FINDS POSITIONS
FORSAISI TIDKNTS
id M&Iore Than Twlenlty Seniors And
Gradutes~ to Secure Work
Prof. James W. Glover of the mathe-

Pound To Talk At1
Club Dedication

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A SCOOLSADDE IP&OL TICKETS 90E USED F ORMER CONGRESSMAN
TA l nnnrnI-rrn ti1n TIrl ~inuiI vn s uhrriniAl n um i A nnnrnrit I6911min

Ann Armor Chuirche~s Also Aid
Week-end Campaign; Various
!Events Sponisored

In

300 ATTEND BANQUET

matics departmenht has succeeded in
placing 411 the seniors and graduatel
students who have comnpleted the
courses in mathematical- statistics
and actuarial mathematics in res-
ponsible positions. The call for fnaen

Initiating 42 pr'ojct unique in its
character, the Ann Arbor churches........... .. :.:.;;;;:""
cooperated 4with Ln al naweek-
cud . ali e~community dIrive in Tecumsehre
cently. The drive was opened on F4ri- .~
day afternoon with a pep meeting,
held, at the Tecumseh high school. In
the evening 300 fathers and sons at-,j
tended a banquet, held at the high,
school. A general hike wvas on the
program for Saturday and at noon
the members of the team spoke to the
men in the factories and also to the
Tecumsehi club meeting. That even-1
ing the most (effective part of thel
drive was hold in the form of a stag
party for th~e high school students. Howard E. Coffin, Detroit auto mak-
Private homes were volunteered for1 er, is president of th~e latest giant air-
this event. The leaders of the move- craft operating concern to be organ-
mernt e::prers ed great satisfaction ized. Known as National Air Trans-
with this part. of the. movemnentbe port, Inc., and capitalized at $10,000,-
cause of the opportunity that thej 000, it has many prominent business

Included requests f
ers in mathematics
statistics, actuaries
ulflty insurance
students trained
statistics.
Andrew J. Gavey,

for college teach-
of finance and
of life' and Cas-
companies, 'and
In mathematicalj
'25, assistant ac-

teams had for personal contact withI
a limited number of boys.
The following is a portion of a
letter sent to Perry Hlayden, '25, byj
Mr. H. S. Teinpl,, vice president of!
the Lilley State bank. "With refer-
ence to the week end( visit of the dele-
gation of students from the Univer-
sity of Michigan, T feel that it has hadI
aI wonderful effect on the people of;
this com~munity, especially the young-
Or people. The personal contact with4
the members of the University wil
have i~fluences for good and things
worth while in this life which cannot
he estimated or expressed in words."
The first event on the usual program1
of the extension department trips is l
a~ banqunet generally given Saturday
morning. Later, hikes are started and
personal interviews between the
members of the team and the boys;

men as backers.

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GARGOYL4E STAFF MEETING
Members of the" Gargoyle
staff will meet Thursday at the
Ipublication offices. Newly ap-
jI1 pointed staff members are ex-
pected 'to attend.
Walker G. Everet
Read the Want Ads

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tuary, Hartford Accident and Indem-
nity Co., Hartford, Conn.; Grace G.
Hall, '25, assistant in mathematical
statistics, American Telephone and
Telegraph company, New York city,
Oscar IH. Jekel, '25, assistant actuary,
Continental Life Insurance com~pany,
St. Louis, Mo.; George Kenigson, '25,
Acacia Mutual Life Insurance com-
pany, Washington D. C.; Edwin J.
O'Connor, '25, Standard Accident In-
surance company, Detroit. M: Robert
Prenner, '25, .actuary, State Insurance
Department, Bismarck 'N. D.; E.
Merle Roe, '25, assistant, Actuarial
department, Detroit Life Insurance
company, Detroit; Alexander CG. Well-
man,' '25, assistant actuarial depart-
ment, Royal Union Life' Insurance
company, Des Moines, Ia.
Graduate students employed are
CRaymond A. Arndt, '24, actuary,
Bapikers National Life' Insurance
con'ipvany, Denver, Col.; Charles T.
Burner, '22; assistant professoir of
mathematics, Ohio State University;
IWalter C. Green, '24, actuary,' Inter-
Mountain life Insurance company,
Salt Lake City, Utah; Earl. H. Nichol-

I UIibhLI I110 L I K ~ URWT ' flWLILL i1UiLb5 AIUMIR
I four Michigan schools have beenj "Use your swim tickets" is the plea F James F. Buille, '92 of P'ittsb~urgh,
>::::::_ :.<:< ,added to the University's accredlited},madte by officials of the Union recent-. formers ogesa) will be Ithe
list b the Committee on Diploma, ly when it was discovered that more toas tmaster a.t the. banql7ue t of the
:.Scoos Prof. J. B. Edmonson of the! people paoy to swim in the new pool' alumrni of the Univer sity to be hieldt
School of Education, inrsoector for thle than use their tickets for admission, in connect ion Wilitlth firstA trienial
committee. announced yesterday. There are still 25,000 of these tickets convention in 1)(,i roit inJ . tine.
ti :: h r The four schools are:' St. Philip's which' have not been used and in view, Friank I1 . Mulhollandl, '99 , of To-
academy, Battle Creek; St. Ambrose i of the fact that they will not be good ledoc, who is formner pre,; sdnt of the
high school of' Detroit; Brooklyn high after November 1 the Union advises Rotai y Internal ionale.,%will be0 one of
,. school, Brooklyn; and St. Catherine's owners of shvimt books to use their' the speakers. The t riennial will
j cdmDtot Toshoswr tickets uip before they become void, gather in Detroit Jn:e 10 and 11 and
(Irppei fomtheaece~ltel lst nd The books of tickets are transfer-, will comle to Ann Arbor June 12 for
I.I six were placedl one lprobat ion. able and anyonme may use them. They alumni days, the Batccalaurealte onl
'Summarized reports presented1 to'
miay also b)e sold anti seniors who Sunaiy, and Commilencemen('it on Mlon-
the committee, Professor Edmonson1
said, "Show that though more fresh- purchased books at the time of the dlay. Deletesvwill represent 15)
mecn comre' to the University fromr the 1)001 campaign and have not used all Un iversit y alumni clubs throutghott
stat~e of Michigan than from all otht the tickets may dispose of them by 'the . n.ited Sta:tes.
er states, the number of freshmen dlip, s selling the book to' some other mem-1-
missed at the end of the first senes- Iher. The tickets may also be used Notioil pictures showing one scene
so [ter re pre senting fsate high schools during the summer, from the f'reshmnan pag eacnt and one
now was smaller than that for outside'j - from the formnat ion of the Lantern
Schools. Of those dismissed. 44 camte Leningrad, May 2.-A sudden wave Night. pricess ion are now being
from Michigan high schools and h5 of winter has swept the regions to') shown at, the Majestic theater. The
Roscoe Pound, dean ot the HiarvardI from oiitiide the state." tho' north of Leningrad, with a tem- p'c turies were taken by the Detroit
rTo consider matters relating to the perature belo0w zero and deep snow Nw photographer.
law "school, who will he one of thej connrection between the University reaching to the shores of the White -
principal speakers at the dedication and igh schools of the state, Pro- sa ~~g n \a 6 ain
service of the Lawyers' club on Jana' fes or' Edmionson next fall will hold a 3 wide defense muster of American
13.- Dean Pound will represent the series of meetings with superintendl- Mexico City, May 26.-Gen. Avelino manpower' will be held under the d3-
eastern colleges on the program. eints of the smaller towns and cities, Salas, the mayor, and all members of rect ion ofi the War Department oil
James P. Hall, dlean of the law school, at various p3oints throughout the state, h nincia council are uinder ar- July 4.'
of the University of Chicago, will rep- rest charged with leltting against thel
resent the mnid-western colleges, and '241, actuary, Protective Life Insur- life of President Calles~. REAl)'110l, ('lA8SJF1lEl) ADS
John M. Zane, '84, will represent the 'ance company, Birmningham Ala.
bar. Walter 0. Nlenge, '25, and William {in. ,o~.
jR. Jones, '24, will remiain at the Ufni- ,
son, '22, ,assistant, actuarial dlepart-: versity as assistants lit the niathe-' M
etLincoln National Life Insur- mCU isdprmn G et Ex ra r ditsa t Ilon e
ancecomanyFor Waye, d.;More than 450 courses in History, English, Mathematics, Chemistry,
jjNih - - SICto S. Zoology, Modern Languages, Economnics, Philosophaly, Saciolocgy, etc.,
Russell R. Reagh, '24, assistant, ac- AR 1 Wed. Mat. - E o I. are given~ by correspondence.i Learn how the c redit they yield may
tuarial department, The Macbabees. at. tt - - 5 c tao S24to be applied on yotur college p7rogram. Catalog dlescribing courses fully,
Detr'oit; George S. Van Fleet, '23, in-; T MrceP~ fAerc uise nrquest. Write today.
structor in app~liedl mathematics, e bl s Iri~s1-1Rose"O r- 95 CH ofiCAy o, LIN
Or~egon State Agricultural college, ; 85ELSHALLCHAGILNI
Corvallis, Ore.; James M. Woolery,j SEATS NOW FOR THIS AND NEXT WEEK.~
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are held. Saturday evening groups.
(iscuss present dlay problems. The
Sunday church services are actually 11141
taken over by the teams in the morn-
!ing, and in the afternoon a special Whenyo serve ice ce m serve the ~
meeting is conducted. r yoJrem
Subscriber now for Tite Summer' = best. That means getting it from the ~
M41chigan Daily.-Adv. 2!f
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ANN ARBOR DAIRY CO.
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Fifth Avenue at 46th St.

At Campus lBooiicry
Today and
Tomorrow
W. A. BOGGS,
Representative
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'The Days Are
Adding Up-
Even though there is only
a week or so left, John's
meals will have the same
kick to them right up to the
last day, and indeed through
the entire summer.
Good-Eats
Cafeteria
609 East Wiliamt St.

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NEW. YORK

COLLEGE MEN
Now Is Your Time' to Travel
Europe holds infinitely more for the college student than
for the average traveller., 'He has the you~th, the .leisure, the
proper mental attitude and educational background for the
fullest enjoyment and profit.
Seniors! Round out your education with that essential attri-
bute to culture -- travel. You'll1 be more valuable in business.
Underclassmen f Gain 'breadth of Cross in good company with hun..
vision by a glimpse at Europe. It dredsofothercoliege eo leinquar.
l l p a e a m r vi i i n e p e a e s h c r re rv d e io n u p o n y o u r fu tu re stu d ies. y o u an d s ni ti ar co n g en ial trav sllere.
Round Trig $155 [gip''
In our EspecIa t
TODURIST THIRD CABIN
Magnificent ships to choose from. Plenty of sailings during
June and Summer months, but they're rapidly filling up.

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ATLAWmT mAsopORTLINE .~i tlD $TLnw
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Inquire today Far lull i tformaton
Tourist 'l'lprd Cali i D)ept., Wmn
Lane wprt, Mgr.2[4$ Majest-c
big. Detroit, Cad illac 7665.766t1
or any autho i .ed steamship

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Attention University Mn
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arebeng ffredto 5 men bya well-
established and reliable Detroit firm. Experi-
l ence unnecessary. Do. not overlook this
, great opportunity. rI
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