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Seek Action To Halt Diversion Of Water

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 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1926 Number 101
Washington's Birthday Convocation:
The annual Convocation of the University in observance of Washing-
ton's Birthday will be held at 10:30 A. M. Monday, February 22, 1926, in Hill
Auditorium. Sir Robert A. Falconer, President of the University of Toronto,
will deliver an address on the subject "After One Hundred and Fifty Years."
The members of the Faculties, students, and citizens of Ann Arbor are cor-
dially invited to be present.
C. C. Little.
University Lecture:
Mr. Waldo Frank, American critic and novelist, author of "Our Amer-
ica," "Holiday," and other works, will speak in Univers-ity Hall, Friday,
February 19, at 4:15 P. M., on "The Revolution in Art and Literature."
Prof. 0. J., Campbell will introduce the speaker. The lecture is free to the
F. E. Robbins.
Interfraternity Council:
There will be a meeting of the Judiciary Committee Wednesday after-
noon February 17th, at 3:00 o'clock. All communications addressed to this
body should be turned in to Dean Bursley's office, Room 2, University Hall.
Jackson Stith, President.
Donovan Scholarships:
The Committee has awarded scholarships to the following students in
the Engineering College:-
L. C. Verman, $300 (all A record), and the following for $200 each: C. S.
Collier, H. F. Cowell, R. A. EnEarI, L. H. Fitts, J. E. Goodrich, H. W. Gould-
thorpe, E. A. Hahn, C. H. Hisler, R. L. Kaylor, L. R. Kirsheman, H. Kuenzel,
K. Mazneff, C. C. Monard, H. W. Priebe, G. M. Sheller, H. R. Stevenson, B.
0. Vannort.
Please report to the Secretary of the University for further information.
II. C. Sadler.



Of all kinds. Stamped, plain and Michigan Seal
stationery. Let the folks back home read your
letters on writing paper representative of Michigan.
Phone 4741111 South University. Phone 4744




Delegations from mid-western states are fighting in Washington for im mediate government action in matter
of diversion of lake water by Chicago. The level of the Great Lakes is be ing lowered continually, cutting cargo
capacities and causing great losses to dock owners and shippers, they c.o ntend. Some time ago a decision was
handed down restricting use of lake water by Chicago, but this has not g one into effect, and some of the states
want diversion to be stopped entirely. Spokesmen who laid the matter ) efore the president are shown. Left
to right: R. H. Weins, secretary of the Great Lakes Harbor association; G eorge E. Hardy, W. S. McCormick,
Duluth; W. G. Bruce, president of the Great Lakes Harbor association; Mo nica Bruce, secretary; C. A. McGuire
Toronto; John Stevenson, Detroit; N. R. Butler, Pennsylvania commission er of fisheries.

Economics 41 and 52:
Make-up examination 3 to 6 P. M. Friday, February 19, in Room 202,
C. 11. May.
English 294 (Bibliography) :
Meeting Thursdays at 4 o'clock in Room 1209 Angell Hall.
H. C. Hutchins.
Make-Up Exaninations-English Literature 31 and 45:
The make-up final examinations in English 31 and 45 will be held Sat-
urday morning, February 20th, in Room 1209 Angell Hall, from 9 to 12
0. J. Campbell.
M. S. 12
Section two scheduled to meet Wednesday at 1:00 o'clock in Room 206
Old Engineering Shops will meet in Room 246 West Engineering Building.
S . losberg.
X. S. 60
Room assignments are as follows:
Quiz Tuesday at 10 Room 336 W. Engineering Bldg.
Quiz Wednesday at 9 Room 336 W. Engineering Bldg.
Laboratory Monday 2 to 5 Room 222 W. Engineering Bldg.
Laboratory Thursday 2 to 5 Room 246 W. Engineering Bldg.
George W. Dunn, Jr.
Freshman Eigineers:
On account of the State Highway Conference being held in Room 348,
there will be no Freshman assembly this morning.
C. 0. Wisler, Head Mentor.
To Presidents and Treasurers of all Canipus Organizations;
Space in the 1926 Michiganensian must be paid for at once in order to in-
sure publication of your copy . Money will be received any day at the Michi-
ganensian office in the Press Building or checks may be mailed.
Forrest Heath,
Organizations Manager.
University of Michigan Band:
Regular rehearsal at 7:15-8:30 tonight. New attendance rule goes into
effect tonight.
Paul F. Schlanderer.
Frosh Glee Club:
The next rehearsal will be held Wednesday, February 24, Room 308 of
the Union.
Kurt J. Kremliek, )Tanager.
Organ Recital:
The regular weekly organ recital will be given Wednesday afternoon
by Mr. Philip LaRowe, substituting for Palmer Christian, who is out of the


Tendencies Of
Late PaintingI
Shown At Talk
Tracing briefly the evolution of
painting, from its origin in the re-
ligious art of medieval times to its
present-day tendencies toward scien-
tific analysis, Prof. Bruce M. Donald-
son, of the fine arts department,I
spoke on "Portrait and Landscape
Painting" yesterday afternoon in room
D of Alumni Memorial hall.
Professor Donaldson emphasized the
necessity of the historical view point
in appreciation of modern art, and the
lantern slides which were utilized to
illustrate his address attempted a
brief survey of the history of art-
first, in the realm of portrait paint-
ing, and next in landscapes.
He gave a number of examples of
modern French work, among which
were several cubic paintings, produc-
ed bya late Parisian school, and im-
pressionistic paintings at the present
tin %greatest vogue. Ie urged that
whatever 'one's liking for this phase
of art, a knowledge of its evolution
was essential to the proper apprecia-
tion eit;,id recommended strongly
the h torical point of view to all whoI
would understand the art of this cen-
He was introduced by Halfred'
Brown, of the Romance languages de-
partment, wpo welcomed the audience
in behalf of"Le Cercle Francais, under1

Players' club will meet

For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by 4 P. M.

clock at 1205 Hill street.
Episcopal students from Detroit,
Birmingham, Port Huron, Wyandotte,
and Grosse Isle will meet Bishop Her-
man Page and their respective rectors
at dinner at 6 o'clock in Harris hall.
Christian Science society will meet
at 7:30 o'clock in Lane hall.
Payments for the 'Ensian will
be received at the 'Ensian offices
in the Press building from 2 tof
5 o'clock daily. Checks, dated
ahead to March 1, will be ac-
whose auspices the lecture, as one of
a series, was given.
For every article for sale, there is
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.

at 8 o'-

Detroit Agent To Open S. C. A. Voca.
tional Campaign With Speech
At Lane Hall Tonight
First of a series of vocational guid-
ance lectures to be presented this se-
mester by the vocational guidance
committee of the Student Christian
association will be Arthur Bradley's
talk on "Life Insurance as a Profes-
sion" at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Lane
Hall auditorium.
Mr. Bradley has had the benefit of
a wide education and many years of
practical experience in the insurance
field. He is at present agency direct-
or of the Detroit Branch of the New
York Life Insurance company, but was
at the Cleveland branch for more than
12 years. Hie is a graduate of Ober-
lini college and Massachusetts Insti-
tute of Technology and was for sever-
al years a member of the faculty at
the Case Scientific school in Cleve-
This lecture begins a series of talks
which will be given at intervals of two
weeks or less, and will cover as many
fields of industry and professional life
as can be arranged. Dean Edmund E.
Day of the School of Business Admin-
istration will speak on March 7 on
the preparation for a business career,
and on March 31, Jesse Lynch Wil-
liams, holder of the fellowship of cre-
ative arts at the University, will dis-
curs "Journalism as a Profession."

The New
Spring Shirtings
are Arriving
In the BLUE STRIPE and CHECK effects.
Collars attached and all sleeve lengths.
South State St. at William St.
We are also showing the New Saddle Stitched VNOTHE
BELTS in all the new shades at $1.50. This" is a single
strap belt made for SERVICE.

Rifle and kistol Club:
There will be additional time to p-ractice and shoot for record in present
match Wednesday night, Feb. 17th, from 7:30 to 9:00.
teorge W. 1.Dnn, Jr.
PlayersI Clmub:
The Players Club will meet this evening at 1205 Hill St. at 8:00 o'clock.
Forrest Heath, Vice-Pres.
P1 Lambda Theta:

PARIS. - Marshal Foch narrowly
escaped injury yesterday when his
automobile collided with one driven
by Mlle. Godart, daughter of the for-
nier minister of war.

Pi Lambda Theta will meet at 8 o'clock tonight in the library of the
Madrtha Cook building .
Doris Glines, President.
hi Sigma:
Business meeting, Feb. 17, 7:30 P. M., Room Z-242 N. S. Mr. C. O.
Erlanson will discuss the convention.
C. Francis Byers, Sec.

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Mr. LaRowe will play the following program:
Prelude and Fugue in D major (Bach); En Bateau
tude (Bossi); Pierre a Notre Dame, Toccata (Boellman)
(Lemare); Ave Marie (Schubert), Finale (Symphony 1)

(Debussy); Beati-
Rondo Capriccio
Charles A. Sink.

Students in Engineering and Science:
Dr. F. B. Jewett, Vice-President of the American Telephone & Telegraph
Company and a past-president of the American Institute of Electrical En-
gineers will deliver a lecture on "Problems in the Field of Communication"
on Wednesday morning, February 17, at 11 o'clock in the West Lecture
Room, Old Physics Building . The talk will not be highly technical and will
be illustrated by lantern slides. All interested are cordially invited to at-
Benj. F. Bailey.
Senior Electrical and Structural Englineers:
Mr. E E. Dreese, Chiefl Engineersof the Lincoln Electric Company,
Cleveland, Ohio, will be in Room 274 West Engineering Building Thursday
and Friday, February 18 and 19. He would like to interview all those inter-
ested in a position with this company.
Joseph II. Cannon.
Research Club:
The regular meeting of the Research Club will be held Wednesday, Feb-
Tuary 17, at 8 P. M. in Room 2528, New Medical Building. This room is at
the east end of the second floor and may be reached most conveniently by
the East University Avenue entrance to the building. Papers will be pre-
sented by Professor Francis W. Kelsey, "The Finds in the Area of Tanit at
Carthage in 1925," and Professor Arthur S. Aiton, "Social and Economic
Progress Under the first Viceroy in Mexico." The Council will meet at 7:15.
J. I. Hayden, Secretary.
Sociedad Hispanica Lecture:
Mr. Sanchez will give a lecture on "Rasgos de Humor Espanol Popular,"

W LIEN hoop skirts and the
Virginia Reel were in
" vogue, and loving hands at
home fashioned Grandfather's home-
spuns for the prom.... even in
those days, Anheuser-Busch was
nationally known to good fellows.
And today.. . when feminine
heads are bobbed and shingled, and
we dance the Charleston in expen-
ively tailored clothes to the stir-
ring strains of a jazz orchestra..
is the favored drink of college men
because.- like the college man, uc





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