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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAIY OFICALBULLETIN
.DA L O F C LPublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. Mn. (11:30 a. Mn. Saturdays 1.
Volume T1 SA TURI)A'Y9 FE.BRUA.RY 13, 1926 Number 93
Fraternity Freshmen :
Attention is called to the rule of the Interfraternity Council which pro-
vides that "no student shall be initiated into a fraternity without a certi-
ficate of scholastic eligibility to be. issued by the Dean of Students."
Fraternities may obtain in Room 2, University Hll, blank forms to be
'filled out with the names of the freshmen whom it is desired to initiate.
J. A. Mursley.

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$300,000 Fire Destroys 160,000 Gallons Oil

Froernity Presidentfs:
the blanks recently sent out from the office of the Dean of
to be filled in with the namnes of members and pledges should be
to Room 2; University Hall, on or before Monday, ^Fbruary 15th.
give this matter your inmmediate attention.y

Students
returned
Please

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J. A. Burnley.

YOU WILL H1AVE TO HUI{7Y!
10.00rFlorsheims $80.85 and $7.85
w Other Styles, $5.85 and $6.85
Women's Styles, $4:"'.95 and $5S.9eet
tONLY ASEW DYS LEFT
401South
State Sre
O 0U R FO0U'NTA I PE N SE RVICE STATION.
FOR ALL ST-ANDARD MAKES
?~(.ask for Mr. O'Leary)
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We will keep in perfect condition any pen we sell,
1without cost, except for pens broken by accident or abuse.
We have served ihia and. her stu(Ients for 38 years.
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Three Dependable Stores

Robert Frost's Class:
Robert Frost's class will meet at 7:30 Tuesday evening in Room 407
Library. R. W. Cowd en.
Clvii Engineering 1-E ng ineering Structures:
Hours and Room assignment is as folows-Wednesday at 8-Room 303.
Jamr~es 11. Cissel.
To All Students Interested in Iramatles:
Masques Dramatic Society has received permission from Mr.. Jesse
Lynch Williams to present his play, "Why Marry," the first Pulitzer Prize
Play. The production will be given the week of March 16th at the Mimes
Theatre. In order to, obtain the best possible cast, Masques has decided to
open the tryouts to all men and women on the campus. These tryouts will
take place on Saturday, F┬▒ebruary 13th, from 9 to 12 A. M., in Newberry Hal.
Elizabeth Strauss,
President of Masques.
Paul Goebel will speak before the Student Branch of the A. 1. Chi. E.
at 7:30 Tuesday, February 16, in the A. I. Ch. E. rooms, East Engineering
Building. His topic will be "Breaking into the Gas Industry." Memberh
and any others interested are invited. Refreshments will be served.
Oscar ..:Iler, Acting President.
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Spanish ,Play:
All df thQee connected with the Spanish Play cast, please report today,
Saturday, at Lari.alI, at 1:30 P. M.
E. A. Ylereado.
Elra~uato English z'f'lub:
T14.6 February meeting of the Graduate English Club wii be held in
Rooln ,316,*,MAiclignn Union, at 8:00 o'clock, Monday evening, February 15.
Miss Evelyn dcrool Avill read a paper on "The Blood Covenant in Shake-
spearWfI and, Prqfpssor J. 11. Hanford will read a paper on "Milton's Poetic
Style." 11. V. Kreider.
R~if I'41nd Pistol Club :
All men who were on the rifle team that fired against the University of
West Virginia as well as those designated as alternates and also men who
have been especially requested will please make an effort to fire their tar-
gets, in the matches against Michigan State College and th2e University of
Maine whichl areiow i progress, by Saturday noon, F'ebruary 13th.
George AW. JDunn,, Jr.
Ann A A rt ,A s Xocatiop .
There, -vifl j b.e an exhibition of paintings of Michigan artists, selected
from the Scarab Club's exhibit at the Detroit Institute of Arts, shown at
Memorial Hall, Feb. 14th to 28th. Open Sundays 2:00 to 5:00 P. M., and
weep, days 1:30 to 5:00 P. M. Free to members and to students of Univer-

A $300,000 blaze at the Beach Oil Works in Everett, MAass., dest'roy d 160,000 gallons of oil and
threatened to w;ne cut the entica town. The Photo 'mas taken at the height of the conflagration.

for a time

iSTALKER PREDICTS SUCCESS IN "Teac
BUILDING ALL-METAL AIR SHIPSi doahb. Ifr
_______________________new ship
Backe by ~ Ithe compa
Backe by $30,000government i dirigible which often totals more than; and maue
appropriation and by many industrial $100,000U a year, has made this type ofI will undol
leaders of Detroit. the construction of; airship impracic~able for commercial i cial air
I all-metal lighter-than-air craft by thej use. Because sunlight causes great Stalker co
'Aircraft Development company of De- deterioration, the construction of- -.
troit, is bound to be .successful, Prof.; hangars is also necessary for the use .....
E. A. Stalker of the aeronautical eng-i of fab~ric aircraft. H-owevecr, the wear
ibeering department predicted in all on the surface of the metal aircraft is 1 AM
interview yesterday. ;practically neglible, and being little
From an engineering standpoint, the! affected by heat or light, it consti-
I new, style of airship will undoubtedlyi tutes its own hangar.
bhe practical, explained ProfessorI "In contrast to ships previously
Stalker. D~uring the last four years! built the new craft will be much shorter
the Detroit concern has carried on and larger in diameter. In the long
experimental work under the personal er ships which resemble Zeppelins in
direction of Prof. Ralph Upson of the I ap~pearanlce, it. has been found difficult
aeronautical department. Occasionali to Calculate the exact strains which
difficulties may arise, but the ma;.nI normally andl abinormally come onl
points of design have been successful- I the various -lparts. Professor Epson
ly located, he sa i. however, has designled a structure;
"This research has shown that all-I which is much more susceptible to
metal construction is the next logical calculation. It will have a safety fac- E
stpin lighter-than-air craft produc- tor of nine as compared to two for!
tion and will prove an important u- the Shenandoah.
provement in this type of air trans- "The new design also presents an --
portation. At tIle presenit time corn- added advantage in being marie easily-
mercial aviation demands a dirigible I controlled.!
which will be fireproof, weatherproof, , "Until recently, actual const rucetion
durable in structure, navigable in has been delayed pending act ion of,
practically all kinds of weather, and Congress on an appropriation of $3(}o,-
economical inl the use of buoyant gas. 000 which would in reality buy the
It is now predicted that the metal-clad first product of the new indlu ,ry.
airship will fulfill these requiremnelts, 'Within the last twvo weeks, however,
and displace fabric covered craft such thle bill, was passed, in spite of con-
as the Shenandoah and the Lo~s A11- rary re(Mon~ii~ (dat ions by the navy
gales. departimenit, andl'const ruction of th(e
" Ii igh deters-rat ion o'_'the fabric Ship iu: insurea,
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j10 A. Dil. TO 10 P. Ill.i:1,01LTON
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FOR ALL DEPARTMENTS

UNUVERSITY
WA RsS III

city and the Schools.

Warren P. Lombtard, Pres.

<'t1 t F
LOCAL EVENTS
For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will he published on
,two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted "tdt the Local Events
t Editor. by a P. M.
t? -GENERAL
Saturday
dbsinopolltan tcjub will meet at
luncheon at 12:15 o'clock at Harris
ball. Prof. T. A. C. Hildner of the
Germ- ii departm~ent, will speak.
Ofilce .of ,the. 'yocational' guidance
comittee in Lane hall will be open
daily from 4 to 6 o'clock to those stu-!
dents who, dissattsfied with their
work in the University, desire to con-I
sult with Fa iminbcr of this committee.
Michigan DBames will holdl their an-
nual Valentine party from 9 to 12 o'-1
clock tonight in Barbour gymnasium.

VOCATIONALGIAC
GROUP RESUMES WORK
Activities of the vocational guidance
committee have been resuine(' for the
second semester, it was announcedl
yesterday, and office hours will be
maintained from 4 to 6 o'clock daily
in Lane hall, at which time some mem-
ber of the committee will meet with
students who desires counsel on any
phase of their University career.
Changes in the election of courses;-
the choice of a profession, and other
problems perplexing to students, will
be considered with the committee.
In the formal organization for the
second semester, the personnel of the
department was enlarged, and a defi-
nite program, including a regular
series of vocational talks by promi-
nent men throughout the state, was
adopted.
Conventions Draw
Two From Faculty
Dr. B. F. Bailey, head of the elec-
trical engineering department, is
spending the week in New York city
at the convention of the American So-
ciety of Electrical engineers. Prof.
~H. H. Higbie of the same department
is also in New York, where he is at-

Millions agree that Luckly Strike's
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the hidden flavors of 'the world's*
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They appreciate that Lucky Strike
is the only cigarette outof over 200
brands with a definite and exckuv
sive reason for that superior flavor.

Sunday
The newly organized Jewish
dents' association will meet at
clock in the Jewish Community
tre house.

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Hindustan club will meet at 3^oW-
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RIELIGIOUJS
Sunday

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Dr. Henry Beets wvill meet with thej
Student Volunteers at 9 :15 o'clock ini

'Wesley hall. tending the meeting of the Illuminat-
Dr. Henry Beets wil address the inInierigscey
reformed and Christian reformed stu- I
dents at 10:30 o'clock in the Upper F
room, Lane hall. IA T Y H E THEATER I'
Rev. Herbert A. Jump has chosen Today-Screen
"Abraham Lincoln and the Fallen I
Bird" as the subject of his sermon at Arcare-PrevS er, wt
10:45 o'clock at the Congregational1 MrePeot
church. Majestic-"Three Faces East."
UUTelII Ie(lUa~o~ i n o P rnf TI UL. I

WRIGLEYS

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Wlaterman of the semetics department,
'ew Bible classes will be organized atI
noon at the Baptist Guild house.
Former Boyd Scouts in the Universi-
ty are invited to the Boy Scout motion1
picture service at 4 o'clock in the
Congregational church.
The Lutheran Student club meets
at 5:30 o'clock at the Parish hall, cor-
ner Fifth avenue and East Washing-

NWuerth - "The Million Dollar
Handicap," featuring Vera
Reynolds.
Today-Stage
Garrick (Detroit) -- "S t ol1en
Fruit."
Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"New Brooms."

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