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I*.AQIM NIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 11)2(

VAQU U!~T THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 192

DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

Outline Construction Plans For Two Dirigibles

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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
.he University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3 R 3 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays).
volume vi THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 19206'Number 144
.Iniversity Lecture:
Professor Charles H. Sisson of the University of London, will give an
illustrated lecture on "Shakespeare in Native India" Thursday, April 8, at
4:114 P. M. in Natural Science Auditorium.
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Faculty,. College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
The.;Dean's Advisory Committee, asked by the Faculty to elect a succes-
sor to Professor U. B. Phillips as Faculty representative on the Senate
Couucfl, has chosen Professor L. A. Strauss.
Jahn R. Effinger.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts :
The next meeting of the Faculty %ill be held on Tuesday, April 20th, at
4:06 P. M. in Room 225, Angell Hall. The relation between the work of
the College and the work in Library Science to be organized for the first
time next fall, will be considered at this time.
John R. Effinger.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Ars:
Mldsemester report cards are now being distributed through the Dean's
mnesseniger service. Instru~ctors are requested to report, if possible, before
the Sprin~g vacation. The latest date on which reports can be taken into
account is Wednesday, April 21st. 1I. Hl.Iunmphreys.
Mid-semester reports for all students in the College of Engineering
wlrtasO grade in any course is below C, are now on file and open to inspec-
tto~n tr those concerned, in the office of the assistant dean, Room 255 West
Ingineering Building.
Geo. IV. Patterson, Assistant Dean.
Ann 'Arbor Art Association:
There, will, be. an exhibition of the paintings of Sviatoslav Roerich, in
the West Gallery of Alumni Memorial Hall, Sunday, April 11 to Sunday, April
26,, Inclusive, 1:30 to 5:00 P. M. week clays, and 2:00 to 5:00 P. M. Sundays.
IFree to members, students of University, and pupils of schools.
Warren P. Lombard, Pres.
No student in the College of Engineering will be allowed by the Hours
Comimittee to drop any subject without record after Friday, April 9.
.r. It. Running
F. R. Fich
0. W. Boston
Hours Committee College of Engineering.
)Frevel,, 24:
Rteports in French 252 will be due inmy office at 5:00 o'clock, April 23.
J. It. Rein hard.
P'oltical; Science 126:
Professor Brown will not meet his class today (Thursday).
E1. S. Brown.
IUODAHOks.124;t The State in Relation to Labor:
The class. will meet at 10 o'clock Friday instead of the time previously
announced.
.' Margaret Elliott.

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fRear Admiral '{l liam A. Moffett(xv Ith point er) showing members of the house naval affairs committee how
f the proposed airships compare with the ill-fated ShenanoaihIn size.

Dependent upon the action of Con-I Filled with helium, an airship of
gress, the navy department wiii build± this type could fly at 50 miles an hour
two 6,000,000 cubic foot dirigibles,j from the Pacific coast to the Hawaiian
which would be flying arsenals i time islands with a load of 43 tons, it =s
of war, three tirnes tlr2 size of -thej estimated. If necessary, the craft
Shenandoah and fully equipped to de- could carry six fighting planes, weigh-
fend themselves against modern fight- ig a ton and one-half each, 5,000 nau-
ing planes. jtical miles at 50 miles an hour and
The ordnance on the proposed air-I still retain a fuel reserve for 1,200
ships would consist of 25 machines miles at the same speed.
guns of various calibers as well as a' With a contract for 116 planes, al-
one-pound cannon, which would be so ready awarded, and with' the two, larg-
situatedl that the enemy airplane ; est airships in the world as prospec-
would be unable to approach from tive additions, naval authorities feel
any angle without permitting a con- that the gap between aerial standards
centration of fire. Stability of the of foreign nations and the United
rigid gun platform would insure an States is about to be filled and that
accuracy that couldl not be equaled thereis no need to fear air attacks.
by heavier-than-air craft, air meni say.
Non-inflammable helium would beNe e sS t
used in the new ship thus insuring I Vei e od e
that even incendiary enemy bullets I w m ig M e
could not destroy the dirigibles. By
a sp~ecial construction the new craft I
would also be airworthy for severalI CHICAGO, April 7.-The Cincinnati
hours after hits had been scored upon Y I. IM C. A. tank team entered last
it. According to calculations on thei night's championship trials in the Na-,
design, each of the 10 cells could be tional A. A. U. indoor swimming meet
piercedi xwith 20 holes an inch in diain-s with a commanding lead of 19 points,t
eter-a, total of 200 holes and still lose I gained in the first two days' comnpeti-.
,ut 25 per cnt of the gas volume in tion. Thre Chicago A. A. team is i
five hours. second place with seven points.
Seior Nrechanicid Engineers:!
Arepresentative from the Timken Roller Bearing Company of Canton,
Ohio, 'will be in Room 226 West Engineering Building, Thursday, April 8thi
for the purpose of interviewing those interested in positions with this Corn-
pang. It. C. AndlersonI.
11 Circolo Itaiuno:
Lecture under the auspices of Il C irclo Italiano, "Glimpse, of Italy" by
Prof. McLaughlin, Thursday, April 8, at 8:15 o'clock, Room D, Alumni Me-
inorial Hall.
Michael IDei ilippis, Direct or.

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Socialogy 144:
I "shall be unable to meet this class on Thursday.

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Geography 33:
Mtake-up examination for those who missed the midsemester examina-
tion "Will tbe given on Thursday, April 8, from 2 until 3 o'clock in Rtoom 25,
Angell Hall.'1K. C. MeXurry.
Senior '.Moehanical Engineers:-
9r.. C.{ E. Stone, Assistant to the President of the Chain Belt Company
Of Wiwaukee, will be in Room 235 West Engineering Building from 10 A. M.
to 2 P. M'. on Thursday, April 8th, for the purpose of interviewing those in-
terested' in positions with this Company..
I1. C. Anderson.
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There will be a special meeting Thursday, April 8, at 5:00 P. M., in
Room ,302' Mason Hall. Extremely important business will be transacted.
B. B. Sibley, Presidenit.

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