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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

8 TLTRDAY, NOVE'NIB rt 7. 192

PAGE EIGHT SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1925

DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. M. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume VI SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1925 Number 41

Phillips Scholarships:
The Phillips Scholarships for the year 1925-1926 will be awarded upon
the basis of a competitive examination, in accordance with the rules gov-
erning the foundation. A full statement of the conditions of the award will
be found upon pages 133-134 of the General Catalogue of the University.
Students who wish to apply for one of these scholarships should give their
names to Prof. H. A. Sanders or Prof. Campbell Bonner.
The examinations will be held as follows:
Latin, November 6, 3 P. M., Room 2016 Angell Hall.
Greek, November 7, 9 A. M., at the same place.
Previous holders of Phillips Scholarships may apply for a renewal of
the award by handing in their names to the above instructors.
John R. J1ffinger
I[. A. Sanders
Campbell Bonner.
Freshman Rhetoric Library Visit:
The Freshman Rhetoric Classes will be shown through the General
Library on Monday and Tuesday evenings, November 9 and 10, from 7 to
7:45 All groups will start from the Circulation Corridor.
The classes of Messrs. Bouwsma, Conrad, Fletcher, Kreider, Proctor,
Solve, and Van der Lugt are scheduled for Monday evening; and those of
Messrs. Abbot, Bader, Bower, Donnelly, Hoag, Osborn, Powers, and Wells,
for Tuesday evening.
SWm. W. Bishop, Librarian.
Prospective Teachers:
The annual meeting for enrollment with the Bureau of Appointments
will take place at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, November 7th, in the Audi-
torium of Newberry Hall. It is very important that tall seniors and grad-
uate students who expect to enroll with the Bureau this year should attend.
Enrollment at this -time is free but a charge of one dollar is required for late
registration. Margaret Cameron.
Public Lecture: Mech. Eng. 3- and Bus. Adm. 131:
Dr. L. M. Gilbreth, psychologist and consultant in Management, will de-
liver a lecture on "The One Best Way to do Work," at 9:00 o'clock Monday,
morning, Nov. 9, in Room 348 W. Engineering Building. Everyone interested
is invited to attend. C. B. Gordy.
Vital Statistics:
Dr. Deacon will meet the Vital Statistics class on Monday, November 9,
at 11:00 A. M. in Room 20, Waterman Gymnasium.
Dr. Sinai.
1. S. 15-M. S. 23:
Classes will meet at R. O. T. C. Headquarters 9:00 A. M. today. Trans-
portation will be furnished to rifle range area.
It. T. Schlosberg.
R. 0. T. C.:
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church have invited the members of the Reserve
Officers' Training Corps to attend the annualArmistice Day service Sunday,
November 8, 1925. All members wishing to attend will assemble in uniform
at the R. 0. T. C. Headquarters at 10 o'clock.

Women's Research Club:
The Women's Research Club will meet Monday, Nov. 9, at 7:30 P. M.,
Room Z-242, Natural Science Building. Miss Margaret Woodwell will speak
upon, "Basic Metabolism and Physical Chemistry.
Theodora Nelson.
Men's Educational Club:1
Because of the trip to Detroit on Saturday, the regular meeting sched-
uled for the evening of Monday, Nov. 9, has been postponed one week, and
will be held on Monday, Nov. 16.
Ralph Taulloesen, President.,
Cosmopolitan Club:
The second of the bi-weekly luncheons will be held Saturday, from
12:10 to 1:30 o'clock at Harris hall, corner of State and Huron streets. The
members of the Hindustan club are in charge and have prepared a menu!
of dishes popular in their native land. Added to this feature will be a mu-
sical program and initiation of new members. Every foreign student is
urged to attend. Nur. N. Malik, Pres.
Mail addressed to persons whose names appear below is on hand at the
Ann Arbor Postoffice and can be claimed by the owners by calling at the
General Delivery window (main office) on or before November 15-16, 192:
Aldrich, James G. Laurence, James B.
Ao, Dju, Miss Long, Kathryn, Miss
Babcock, George Luker, B. F.
Bailey, Dr. Russell B. McDonald, William
Ballow, Harold McGill, Dr. W. J.
Barnes, E. H. McKennon, Don T.
Barnum, Doran MacLeod, John A.
Berraducci, Alfred Miller, Mary-Kent, Missy
Brimberg, Rose Mohnke, Clifford
Bower, Dale J. Morton, Aletta
Brown, Ray Piziali, F. J.
Campbell, Fred M. Purnell, R. T.f
Carmichael, Glenn Rider, Norton P.,
Carritt, Edgar Frederick Schmidt, Austin
Caverly, N. J. Scott, Morley
Chickering, A. M. Shian, Lu, Miss Isum
Clark, Dr. Charles Shulman, Harry
Clawsen, Marvel Sloss, Hugh
Compton, Mart Solalinde, Prof. A. G.
Cross, Professor Herbert R. Spears, Clarence W.
Datt, M. Tang, Ivar
Dill, Miss Margaret Titus, Shirley C.
Dressler, Fred R. Van den Broek, Prof. J. A.
Edmunds, W. P. Wray, R. R.
Elliott, Prof. M. Younglove, Wilson G.
Everett, Walker1
Finsinger, Nathan
Fryer, L. W. i
Fulton, Radcliffe WT G INGOJ
Galland, J. S. Notices to appear in this column must
GaultJ. S.he left in the box at the Daily office
Gault, J. S. provided for that purpose before 4:00
Gleason, Roger C. o'clock preceding the day of issue. I
Gorham, Miss Frances ~ ~~
Grant, William H. SATURDAY
Graham, Malbone, Rev. 112:10-Second Cosmopolitan clubI
Griffing, Evans K. luncheon at Harris halLj
Hawkins, Cynthia, Miss 1:30-Congregational ramble startsI
from the church.
Hoffer, Russell C. 7:00-8:0W-Upper Room Bible class
Hollan,RHisllry meets in Lane hall.
HollandHillary-"Tree Lie Ghosts," the first
Aase, Paul program on the Play production
Lamba Tau Sigma Sorority series, is presented in University
Latta, Harold K. Hall.

Aids China's Fight ! Wasteful Cutting Of Lumber
In Past Years Costly-Young

Wasteful cutting of lumber in past the South will by that time all be re-
years is now affecting the pocketbooks; quired locally, and then we shall have
of Michigan people to the tune of to look for the bulk of our structural
$15,000,000 a year in freight bills, lumber to the Rocky mountains and
saYs the Pacific coast. When that happens,
Prof. Leigh J. Young, of the forestry there will be another increase in our
department. freight bill."
Professor Young says "the northernfi
and eastern parts of the country are] When asked what could be done to
most affected by the lumber situation. remedy the situation, Professor Young
At one time*New York produced more stated that the "only way to get lum-
lumber than any state in the country. ber is to grow it, and our only hopcc

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z' ;,
;.,.

Now, the wood-using industries ofj
New York import raw material to thel
value of nearly $100,000,000.
"In Michigan we are paying a pen-
alty of some $15,000,000 a year in
freight charges on lumber that we)
import. Most of our building lumberl
conies from the yellow pine region of
the South and West. Ever since the
lake states lost their lead in lumber,
the southern states have been sup-
plying the bulk of material for con-
struction purposes. But the southern
states will not be able to supply other
parts of the country . for more than
10 years at the outside.
"It is expected that the lumber of

lies in reforestation, pograms." Ho
said "we must either actually compel
owners of timber to cut it in such a
way that forests can come back, in-
stead of converting those areas into
waste land, or induce private owners
to do this voluntarily by showing
them that it is a profitable thing to
do. This will require a long period
of education.
"In addition to promoting the prop-
er cutting of forests, we should push
the reforestation of idle lands," he
said.
Little investment-big returns, The
Daily Classifies.-Adv.

Dr. Cheng Ting Wang
11r. Cheng Ting Wang, Yale grad-
uate and former premier, is leading
China's fight to regain control of its
customs, in the international confer-
ence in Pekin. Powers took charge
of Chinese customs service 80 years
ago and provided that their own
products be admitted duty free. Nat-
orally they have resisted all of
China's efforts to end the arrange-
ment.
9:00-~-Union dance, preference to all
seniors.

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SUNDAY
3:00-Philippine-Michigan club meets
at Lane hall.
5:30-Baptist guild friendshlip hour
at the Guild house.
5:30-Lutheran Student club meets
at Parish hall.
v:30-Congregational student cafeter-
ia supper.
6:34-Baptist guild devotional meet-
ing.
6:30-Miss Patton, Detroit policewo-
man, speaks at Congregational fire-
side chat.
7:30-Dean Shailer Mathews, of the=
University of Chicago, speaks at the
University service in hill auditor-
ium.
18:00-Thomas eighaan in Conijng
Through" at the Congregational
church.
HAVANA.-A bronze tablet bearing
.the names of the men who lost their
lives in the explosion of the battle-
ship Maine will be placed on toe mon-
ument erected to their ,ere,

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