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PACE MOTIT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, FEBRA

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DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

Latest Photo Of Helen Keller And 'T 0|| (V
Woman Who Has Given Life To Aid Her[OVBNEY
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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. Saturdaysl.
Volume TI SATIt)tNY, FEl AVRY 20, 1126 'Nuimler 10
Washington's Birthday Convocation:
Owing to an accident to Si-r Robert Falconer which prevents him from
being present to deliver the address, it has been decided to omit the Univer-
sity Convocation arranged for Washington's birthday.
C. C. 1L1tl.
TUniversity Lectures:
Professor William S. Cooper of the University of Minnesota will deliver
two lectures in the Auditorium of the Natural Science Building on Thurs-
day, February 25, 1926, at 4:15 P. M. and 8:00 P. M., respectively. The sub-
ject of the afternoon lecture is "The Glacier Bay National Monument, Its
Scenic and Scientific Features" and will be illustrated with lantern slides.
The evening lecture is entitled "Eight Days on the Desert" and will be illus-
trated by. colored slides and moving pictures.
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Administratve Board, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Administrative Board Saturday at 1:30,
in Dean Effinger's office.
W. R. Humphrey.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
There will be an exhibition of paintings of Michigan artists, selected
from the Scarab Club's exhibit at the Detroit Institute of Arts, shown at
Alumni Memorial Hall, until Feb. 28th, week days 1:30 to 5:00 P. M., and
Sunday 2:00 to 5:00 P. M.
Warren P. Lombard, Pres.
Faculty, College of Literature, Melcnce and the Arts:
The February meeting of the Literary Faculty will be held Tuesday,
February 23rd, at 4:10 P. M. in Room 2225 Angell Hall .
The new Freshman Blanks will be discussed by Registrar Ira M. Smith;
Personnel work with Freshmen, by Professor W. A. Frayer; and the work
of the newly organized Senate Committee on Vocational Guidance, by Dean
E. E. Day.
John1 I. Effinger.
Graduate Students :
Graduate students who have not filed the second semester election card
at the office of the Oradu te School sh ould do so at once. Also will the stu-
dents who do not expect to re-elect the second semester please notify me.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder..
Oratorical Contests:
Contests leading to the Northern Oratorical League will be held as fol-
lows:
Junior Contest, Feb. 23, 3 P. M. Room 302, Mason Hall.
Sophomore Contest, Feb. 24, 4 P. M. Room 302, Mason hall .
Senior Contest, Feb. 25, 3 P. M. Room 302, Mason Hall.
niomas C. TrIteblood.
Condition Examination, Cliemistry 01:
The examination for Dental Students who received a condition in Or-
ganic Chemistry 61, will be given at 9 o'clock Saturday Inorning, February
27, in Room 410 Chemistry Building.
Leigh C. Anderson.

WINNERS
TROPHIES!
Displayed In Book
Hates Will Be
duced
LIES RECEIVED!
will be awar ded in
A, pool, and bowlingI
t week, will be on
indows of Graham's;

MANY

MICHIGAN AND UNIVERSITY OF
SWEDEN CARRY ON EXPERIMENTS
Experiments and studies to show? and sending them to the botanical
variations in the larger species of gardens at Lund.
plants, due to geographical distribu- The two universities are now mak-
tion, are being carried c by the bot- ing a comparative study of varieties
any depattments of the University of existing between the Scandinavian
Lund, Sweden, and the University. Ac- peninsula and North America, the Un-
cording to C. 0. Erlanson of the hot- iversity botany department having.
any department, who is in charge of charge of the work here. Plants col-
the experiment here, it is known that lected here are sent to Sweden and
globe encircling plants show varia- grown side by side with the plant of
tions in different parts of the same the same species found there. Plants
geographical zone. It is to discover collected there are sent here. In ord-
whether these variations are caused er to collect plants for this experiment
by climate and soil, or by geographical Mr. Erlanson will accompany the
isolation, that the experiments are be- ;Hobbs expedition to Greenland this
ing done. summer, Greenland lying in the geo-
The work was started by Gote Tur- graphical area now being studied. The
esson of the botany department of the results of the experiment are expect-
University of Lund. He firstattempt- ed to show not only how variations in
ed to carry on his experiments alone,t plants occur by geographical distribu-
collecting plants in the Western Un- tion, but also how they occur in an-
ited States, Switzerland, and Italy, imals.

b kstetoday. Two made-to-ord-
er cues and a special weight bowling
ball, each engraved, will be the first
prizes for the three tournaments. Thaj
second prizes and consolation awards
:;}in each competition will be requisi-
tions on a Detroit manufacturing jew-
elry concern for anything the holder
desires within a specified amount.
Rental rates for billiard and pool
tables during the tournament will be
reduced to half the regular prices,
S: it was announced yesterday by Dan-
iel Warner, '27, chairman of the house
department, the rate for all tourna-
ment play being 30 cents per hour.
No entry fee is being charged for eith-
er the billiard, pool, or bowling com-
' ' petitions.
Entries have been coming into the
Union rapidly the past few days for
all three tournaments. The number of
contestants already entered in the
three-cushion billiard matches is un-
usually high, and numerous applica-
tions have been received for the
straight rail competition. All entries
must be in some time next Monday,
either in the billiard room,tor at the
bowling alleys. Any Union member is
eligible to participate.
The three tournaments will open
Tuesday and continue throughout the
This interesting photo of Miss Helen Kellen, world famous deaf, dumb week, matches and games being ar-
and blind mute, was taken in Washington a few days ago. Miss Kellar is range at the convenience of the con-
at the right. At the left is Miss Anne Sullivan Macy, her constant com- testants.
panion, advisor and teacher for 38 years.
CASA BLANCA. - An airplane am-
e.obbulance bearing a native wounded
jsoldier to the hospital here from the
Riffian zone, fell in flames near Kas-
A M atuY a turan Incr ase ba des Tadla. The pilot, mechanician,
surgeon and patient were burned to
death.

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Manufacturing and jobbing showed
the usual seasonal tendency to draw
away, from retail trade according to
Bradstreets reports. However, this
was rather because of -a slight slow-
lng down in trade ti:an because of
any speeding up in, other branches,
which "held their gait" very well, but
showed no particularly notable im-
provemfent.
The stock market was more active,
with irregular price movements, and
grains fluctuated over a fair range,
with weakness showing in corn, which
was said to be in a condition demand-
ng early marketing.
Wholesale trade was satisfactory,
although bad country roads in the
middle west and heavy falls of snow
in the north and east retarded buying
to some extent. This factor also af-

The wool trade vwas very quiet, fol-
lowing the heavyweight openings, in
spite of some good ordlers placed for MO1STIACI, Germany. - t
the new lines. Manufacturers appar- Bergdoll, American draft
ently adopted a waiting policy on the claimed that the detective
price questions. brought the charges attempted
tort hush money from him
lodging the complaint.

Grover
dodger,
who
to ex-
before

SOFIA.
Bulgaria
indemnty
$224,000)
Bulgaria

- Greece Wednesday paid
the first installment of the
of 30,000,000 leva (about
imposed for the invasion of'
last fall.

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

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at 6:00 o'clock in Harris hall.
W. W. Thoms will speak at 6:30 '-
clock, on "The New Arabia," in the
Baptist guild meeting.
Congregational students' fellowship
discussion at 6:30 o'clock on topic,
"flow Honest Shall We Be?"

- Learn the Latest Dances of
1925
The Charleston. 1926 The
Merry Widow Waltz
Adult classes every Monday
and Friday
15 one-hour lessons, $5.00
22 Wnerth Arcade
TERRACE GARDEN STUDIO
For appointment Dial 8328

All previous production records for
Dodge Brothers were broken Monday
and Tuesday, when the output of their
Detroit plant reached 1,500 cars for
each of the two days.

REL IIOU S
Sunday
Mr. Kulkarni will meet with Student
Volunteers at 9:15 o'clock at Wesley
ball.
Baptist guild educational classes,
will meet at noon in the Guild house.I
Episcopal Students' club will meet

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NEW YORK. - The Pressed Steel fected retail trade, which was, as pre-
Car compny today lost a $2,000,000 jOuslynoted, inclined to be dull,
damage suit against the Carnegie while still well ahuad of last year.
Steel company for alleged breach of
contract, after a triat lasting two CAGLIARI. - The authorities have
weeks. arrested 112 persons and aseined 39
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