TI T MN1!CITITAN DATL-Y
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1920
To Produce Moving Objects By Radio
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. 1. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.
FRIDAY, DECEMIBER 17, 1926
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RECENT RULINOGF O0T C[FFCRSLL NTtFFC'SO
' fI I1(J'i~eaL ohfltuenitfFor This :ear le a large num ber or officers hi -;(clet najor, the highest rank given
Ar Aim hnl:,"0.; Must ccss of tho;,' needed to connand the out his semster. The cadet captains
SThenI 5It dit (~ntanies therefore it has will he: B. L. Carver, '29, G. S. Chan-
been decid : d to have the ext ra mei nir, '29E, G. E. McBride, '27E, C. I.
Of ials of the R.f (. T. C. depart- ,ttend an oflicers' class in wh ,h they,
will be instructed in military :cared- Pryce,'27, and H. C. Walker, 27E. The
mlent at their lasie.in-; decided that:ship and tactics. following were picked for first lieu-
in the future all seniors in the du- At the same time the student ap-! tenants: B. P. Bishop, '27, L. L.
S a nmet v,-ill be given second lieu- point ments for the current year, Burger, '29, B.31.Levy,'29, L. E.
ena tcominissio:ns. These men will pending the approval of President Mills, '27, M. 1I. Nelson, '27E, P. E.
e privileg rl to wear all the ensignia (lareuie Cook Little, were announced. Slayton, '29E, A. L. Spooner, '28, J.
of thir rank, inl~udin; he Sari In all 5S stipdents were awarded corn- I). Todd, 27, Frederick Von Voight-
Brown belt. This ediLt will go into missioned officers' rank, while 46 non- lancier, '27E, and J. A. Whitworth, '27.
effect soon. commissioned oficers were elected. All these men will be in command of
As a result of this action tlh re will Arthur R. Wood, '27L, was chosen as Istudent companies.
Henry Russel Lecturer:
By authority conveyed by the Board of Regents, Professor Frederick G.
Novy of the Department of Bacteriology has been designated by vote of the
Council of the Research Club of the University of Michigan to be Henry
Russel Lecturer for the academic year 1926-1927,
C. C. Little.
Gradiate Students, Present and Prospective:
Graduate students should make their second semester electio s on
February 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12, at the office of the Graduate School, Room 1014,
Students who expect to complete work for the bachelor's degree in
February and who wish to transfer to the Graduate School should call at
the office givenhabove tosreceive informationhas to the proper procedure for
enrollment. This hpplies also to students who may lack three or loss hours
for the bachelor's degree.
New students, or persons who are not enrolled in any school or Col-
lege of the University during the first semester but, desire to enter the
Graduate School in February, may register on the above dates.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Five garages on East Washington Street across from the Power Plant;
$5.00 per month. See Mr. I. W. Truettner of the Buildings and Grounds
E. C. Pardon, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds Thpt.
Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors of the College of Literature, Sc ence an,,
The second semester elections of all sophomore students must be ap-
proved by the Upperelass Advisory Committee in January. Juniors and
Seniors are also urged to consult the Committee. Appointments with the
Committee should he arranged by securing an appointment card in the Re-
corder's Office before the end of the present week.
C. C. Meloche, Chairman.
Any orders for new equipment contemplated during the current year
will have prompt attention of our department if released at this time, as we
are running extremely low on orders and are in need of additional work.
E. C. Pardon, Supt. Buildings and Grounds Dept.
Students who desire a copy of the 1926 Year Book of the American
Institute of Actuaries should write Mr. E. G. Fassel, Secretary, care North-
western Mutual Life Insurance Company, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Janies IV. Glover.
Members of Players' Club are requested to read as many of the follow-
ing plays during Christmas vacations as possible. "The Boomerang,"
Winchell Smith and Victor Mapes; "The Judsons Entertain," Edith Ellis,
and "Adam and Eva," Guy Bolton and George Middleton. The next meeting
of the Club will be held Thursday, February 6, at 7:30 p. in., in Room 4C'G
Phii Delta Kappa:
Phi Delta Kappa will meet at the Lantern Shop for lUncheon, Friday,
R. A. Honn.
Chinese Students' Club:
There will be a social held at Lane Hall on December 23 for all Chinese
students remaining on the campus during the Christmas vacation, Re-
freshments will be served after the social gathering. Please come promptly
at 7:00 p. in.
John T. S. Lin.
Don't Fail To Take One Home
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Cluster of seven lights used in television projector by means of which
Dr. E. F. W. Alexanderson, consulting engineer of the Generar Electric
Company and the Radio Corporation of America, expects to reproduce
moving objects by radio. When the drum covert with mirrors is revolved
at great speed the entire screen is covered with brilliant lights. Dr. Alex-
anderson and the machine are shown in photo.- r
VARIOUS METHODS PROPOSED FOR
KANSAS CO-OPERA T IVE BOOKSTORE
LAWRENCE, Kan., Dec. 16.-Estab- 1 rl
lishment of a co-operative book store University uu P en
for University of Kansas students is To 'Hold Rifle M atch
creating considerable discussion
among students as to its feasibility. Ac
Two lan hae ben sggeted to As part of its recreational program
Two plans have been suggested: to the University club, which consists
sell shares to the students, making it mainly of faculty men, will hold a
a cooperative affair paying dividends,
or placing the project on a private shooting match for its members next
business basis, with the profits going Wednesday night at the rifle range in
to the support of university activities. R. 0. T. C. armory hall. The shoot
At the University of California stu- will be an individual match with
dents Aho paid a $10 fee last year prizes being awarded to the high
were admitted to the advantages of a point scorers.
cooperative book store there. The Some of the events that have been
business profited to the extent of $20,- arranged are handicap contests and
000 during the two terms. trick matches which will add interest
The University of Maine, formerly , to the affair by enabling some of the
headed by Clarence Cook Little, now poorer marksmen to win prizes. Re-f
president of the University, has main- freshments will be served after the
tained such an establishment for 15 match.
years. Entrance blanks have been posted
---at the University club and all mem-
Subscribe for The Michigan Daily. bers are eligible for participation.
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There is always one girl at any college dance who
makes every undergraduate but one burn with envy.
That's the kind of good looks you get in .the new,
collegiate Walk-Overs. You get more than mere
good looks. You get comfort--snug, cheerful com-
fort- that is as welcome to busy feet as a check from
home is to a Freshman.
11; South Main St.
I ./ flt i nl institution - 7rom Coast to ' vt
Mr. Ossian C. Simonds of Chicago,
one of America's oldest and foremost
landscape architects gave a short talk
before the Landscape club recently:
A few intimate glimpses into the lives
of well known landscape men of the
past, both American and foreign,
comprised the talk to the professional
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ANDREW JACKSON'S glorious vic-
tory at New Orleans was won after
peace was actually declared!l
NEws of the agreement by repre-
sentatives in Europe was forced to
await the pleasure of the fickle winds
which carried ships to and fro in
those days. The Associated Press
today distributes news dispatches
from Manila to Porto Rico, from
Patagonia to Alaska, instantly.
Tuxedos in All
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"He's my husband-But-
(She confided in the clerk)
"His birthday's tomorrow, and I want to get
him a box of really fine cigars. Cigars that
don't smell bitter-or litter the house with
ashes. He's my husband-but-sometimes
I wonder if he's really smart about cigars."
And then she took home Blackstones.
Birthday givers: here's something to rc-
member. The smoke of every Blackstone is
. and so she
took home Blackstones.
extremely mild and fragrant-tobaccos se-
lected for their mildness. And Blackstones
are always free drawing. A/ways even burn-
ing. Always holding their wrapper and ash.
There are bigger cigars, if size is what you
seek. But at Blackstone prices it is impossible
to make a larger cigar of such choice tobaccos.
Blackstone was a fine cigar 52 year-s ago. It
was even finer io years ago. It is at its very
crop in years
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