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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

F~RTPAY, FRDAF1ARY 2,12

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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). Copy must be typewritten.
VOLUMIE VII FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1927 NI'MRER 103
Physics 33-FIrst Semester, 1926-.7r
A final examination in Physics 36 will be given on Friday afternoon,
February 25, 2-5, in the west lecture room of the West Physics cnir'iflg.
Any one who was absent from the regular examination of February 9, or
any one who was reported in the Dental College with grade D may take 1he
examination on February 25.
W. W. Sleator.
3lineralogy 18 (Dental Mineralogy):
The examination for the removal of conditions in Mineralogy 13 Will
be held in Room M-441, Natural Science Building, Saturday, February 26,
9 A. M.
A.lbertI B. Peck.
Geography 1 and 31:
The make-up examination will be held on Saturday, March 5, at nine
o'clock, in Room 6, Angell Hall.
S. 1). Dodge.
Department of Public Speaking:
There will be a meeting of the members of the staff of the Department
of public Speaking, Friday, February 25, at 4:10 P. M. in Room 3211 Angell
Hall.
R. 1). T. Hollister.
Psychology 34L:
A separate discussion section will be conducted for those students who
have elected the laboratory and quiz only. This section will meet on
Wednesday, at 8:00 A. M., in Room P364 N. S. For the next meeting,
chapter X, on Perception, should be prepared.
T. C. Schneirla.
Aero 11 (also Math. 238):
Students enrolled in this course are requested to meet me Friday at
5:00 P. M. in Room 13, East Hall, to arrange definite hours.
Donat Kazarinoff.
Faculty Concert:
The following program, in the Faculty Concert Series, will be given
in Hill Auditorium, Sunday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock, by the University
Symphony Orchestra, Samuel Pierson Lockwood, Conductor, assisted by
Grace Johnson Konold, Soprano and Thelma Ursula Newell, Violinist. The
general 'public, with the exception of small children, is cordially invited to
attend.
"Parting," from the "Lenore" Symphony (Raff); Second Violin Concerto
(Wienlawski) ; 'Marche Gauloise (Wekerlin); "Jewel Song" from "Faust"
(Gounod); Third Symphony, A minor (Mendelssohn).!
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Phil Delta Kappa:
Luncheon today 12 P. M. at Michigan Union.
C. L. Anspach, President.
TP WTIRTTR TH4INK. C-ITNESE ONLY

DPROGRAM OF EVENTS
ANNOUNCED BY KRAUS
Stil Id E N' Io r N l; T l~
ANI 9 EN'TEI R 'AIN ME:NT IS
N O (f PIETF
IECURSIONS INCLUDED
RI o!ehford II Pl 1yi Udes ldr Iir iee)iAn Of
Iubert H EI(Iederson, '26, Will
j IPresen( Several Plaia
Included l the prograin of special
lectures and entertainments for 1he'
1927 Summer session are 7' events,
tentatively arranged, according to the
announcement of Edward H. Kraus,
clean of the Summer session. The pro-,
gram has not been completed as yet.
The addresses already scheduled in-
I elude:
"A Scientific Expedition to Some
Coral Islands in the Pacific Ocean,"
Prof. James B. Pollock of the zoology
department.

Four Structures Are Destroyed In Army Barracks Fire

NAVAL OFFICIALS
REPORT 'CRIBBING'
(Hy A sociated Press)
WASHINGTON, Feb. 24.-One see-
end class man is to be dismissed and
two or three third classznen will be
demoted one grade for their connec-
tion with "cribbing" at the Annapolis
naval academy.
Superintendent Nulton reported to-
day to Secretary Wil~ur that the in-
vestigation of how the second class-
man, whose name was not revealed,
obtained copies of mathematics exam-
ination questions last December and
sold them, would be continued. The in-
structors in whose charge the examin-
ations were placed, it was announced,
have not been implicated.
"Indications are that several men
got an advantage from the situation
without knowing what they were get-
ting," said Secretary Wilbur. "The c -
forts of the superintendent have been
to deal with individual cases accord-
in- to the degree of turpitude involv-
ed."

Picture of army contonement bar racks on fire at Governor's Island, N ew York, throwing lurid glare over
harbor and lower Manhattan, at dusk, causing Gothamites to believe a di, sastrous conflagration was in prog-
ress. Four structures were destroyed; eight men were injured.

"Salvaging the Family," Prof. Ar-
thur E. Wood of the sociology depart- under the direction of Robert Hender-
inent. son, '26. The first, "The Last of Mrs.)
"Evolution and Adaption," Prof. A. Cheney," by Frederick Lonsdale, will
" Franklin Shull of the zoology depart- be given at three perfomances, June
ment. 28, 30, and July 1.
"Geology of Niagara Fails and Vi- Bernard Shaw s "Fanny's First
cinity," Prof. Kirtley F. Mather of Play" will be shown on July 4, 5, 7,
Harvard university. and 9. The third of the series will bel
"Idle Lands of Michigan," Prof. K. Farquhar's "The Beaux Startgem," on
C. McMurry of the geography depart- July 12, 14, and 16. Noel Coward's
ment . "Hay Fever" is to be presented at per-
"What Price Politics." James B. formances on July 19, 21, and 22.
Pollock, Jr., of the political science de- Willard Mack's "Kick-In" will be
partment, given by the group of Rockford Play-
"Permanency and Popularity in Lit-! ers on July 26, 28 and 30. The last
erature," Prof. Thomas E. Rankin of of the series by this company will be
the rhetoric department. given on the evenings of Aug. 2, 4,
"TheheApicatn Physicand 5, when they present Gordon Bot-
S "The Application of Physical Chem-, ,
istry to Industry," Prof. Kruyt. tomley's "Grauch."y
"With the Floating University on its The entire program of p~lays by the;
World Cruise, I," Prof. W. Carl Rufus Rockford Players will be given under
of the astronomy department. the auspices of the alumnae council
"Wthstreloatimy UniparetonisI of the Women's League in ,Sarah Cas-
"With tihe Floating University on its wvell Angell hail and there will be an
World Cruise, II," Lionel G. Crocker aelssAnlhar d e b
of the public speaking department. admission charge.
-Graeco-Roman Egypt in the Light The (classes in one-act plays, play
Graco-oma Egpt n te Lghtproduction, and Shakespearean read.
of Recent Discoveries,' Prof. Francis prgucion and saeperaned-
W. Kelsey, director of Near East re-, ing will also stage performances (bur-, erho h nvriy n h oreo h unnrssin
s earhofey diersity NaEste-ing the course of the Summer session,
"Lighting of Residences," Prof. H. which will be open to the public and
! H Higbie of the electrical engineer- for which no admission will be clarg-

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FORKNER TO INTERVIEW
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
E. A. Forkner, '04E, assistant sales
nanager of the Wagner Electric cor-
poration of St. Louis, will interview
electrical engineers who are interest-
ed in this work in room 274, West;
Engineering building, today, it was
announced by Prof. J. H. Cannon of
the electrical engineering department,
last night. A few positions in the
company are open.
MANILA-About 100 Manila Chinese
have left for Canton during the last
few days to join the Cantonese army.
Try Our
Delicious
11"NOasted
Sandwiches
After the Movies, and
you wiil surelyget the
treat of a life-time.
SWEETLAND
212 South Main

More than 85 per cent of movies
shown in Buenos Aires are of Amer-
lcan manufacture.1

POSTON, -Nearly 10 tons of the
total membership was represented at
the annual dinner'of the United States
Fat Men's Club here.
MOSCOW-Each of the Red army's
562,000 soldiers will cost $616 to main-
tain this year.

T he College Fellows All Meet
at the
Wolverine Cafe

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DELICIOUS LUNCHEONS AND

APPETIZING
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DINNERS

ARE

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NEED CHANCE 'TO SHOW INTELLECT "*prtmn presin ofthe
NEE~I C ANCE TO HOW INTE LEC I on aleassociation ~of Illuminating En-
gineers.
NFORD UNIVERSITY, Calif., 1,000, fostered by young Chinese in- Jean Francois Millet: the Man and!
4.-The Chinese have great in- tellectuals, many of whom received His Art, and His Message," Prof. lugo
ual capacity; all they need is I their education in the United States. I Thieme of the French department.
unity. This system can be learned, in fact "Some Impressions of South Amer-
n is a generation ahead of mastered, in 90 hours, he states. ica," Prof. Jesse S. Reeves of the po-
In adapting itself to modern "China is now, under the eyes of litical science department.
ds. the world, going through changes not { "TJfhe Gem Cutters of Idar-on-the-
he modernization of China's ed- unlike those all modern governments Nahe," Dean Edward IH. Kraus.
nal system in its higher have passed through, but she is hav- I "The Use of Stone in Modern Build-
ies, she will work out her sal-! ing to meet all these changes at once," wgs," Prof. Walter F. Hunt of the
says Dr. Wilbur in commenting upon architectural college.
se thoughts are brought to hisimpressions of the awakening; "The UThniversity of Michigan Expe-
ca by Dr. Ray Lyman Wilbur, Giant. E dition to the Philippine Islands,"r .
ent of Stanford and brother of "She is forced to face three trying Carl E. Guthe, associate director of
retary of the Navy, Curtis D. things at once. First, she is changing anthropology, University museum.
r. Dr. Wilbur, organization her form of government; second, she Po. John Shimard ophesL gy,
can of the Institute of. Pacific is trying to adapt herself to the re- Proff. J Shepnt ad of the psychology
ons, has returned from a three quirements that have been forced by " Wdepartment.
's tour of China and Japan. science on modern civilizatiop on all "Thes, acstLard Expanion of Li-
noted educator made contacts sides; third, she has to cope with the1 braries," Francis I Th. Goodrich, as-
many scholars, statesmen, sol- interference of the foreigner and his ' sociate librarian of the University.
and industrial leaders of the established privileges. This would fur- Reformation and Counter Refor-
. He was impressed particularly nish a trying problem for any nation." tiraon, rtProf. Albert Hyma of the his-
-n r r ______________________ind torydepartment.

The other events on the program,
as announced to date include: con-
certs givein by the School of Music, ex-
cursions to points around Ann Arbor
as well as to nearby cities and in-
stitcuions_ r'ecetions assmblies han-

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LOW PRICES.
Cheerful, efficient service brings the
food from our modern, sanitary kitchen
to you.
Special Chicken' Dinners on Sundays.
329 South Main St. Across from the Wuerth Theatre

Z3ILL01, p , , -
quets, and visitors' nights at the Ob-
servatory.
STATE BILL WOULD STOP
PLEDQING IN FIRST YEAR'
LINCOLN, Neb., Feb. 24.-For the
purpose of stopping all first year
pledging by any fraternity or sorority
on the University of Nebraska cam-
pus; or by any other society in any
other institution maintained wholly
or in part by the state of Nebraska,
a bill has been introduced into the
upper house of the Nebraska legisla-
ture. The resolution states that the
student who violates the law shall be
expelled from the school at which he
is a student.
IOWA CITY.-Oak Park high school
of Chicago, won the Iowa interschol-
astic track meet.

SECOND SEMESTER

TEXT BOOKS-

NEW AND SECOND-HAND AT

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UNIVE RSIT Y
BOOKSTOR E

he progress towaras moaern in-
Mized civilization being made by
despite the present chaotic
ions there, he says.
of the most important advances
made, he declares, is a new sys-
f writing which reduces the
r of characters from 30,000 to

TOKIO-A new passenger air ser-
vice between Osaka and Shanghai, toI
begin this spring, is being planned.
HELSINGFORS-Illicit liquor traf-
fic is being carried on along the Fin-
nish coast.

"Virgin Islands," Robert B. Hall
of the geography department.
There will also be a group of plays
presented by the Rockford Players

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RCURY TO BE IN BEST POSITION
FOR OBSERVATION EARLY TONIGHT
after sunset this evening, the In order to obtain a good glimpse
Mercury will be in a position of Mercury, it is necessary to look
avorable for observation than for it either very soon after sunset
reach for a year to come. At or very soon before sunrise, as the
me it attains its maximum angular distance between it. and the
elongation and its maximum sun is astronomically small, and thus
above the horizon. it sets soon after the sun.
ury will be easily located by The favorable position of Mercury
oximity to the bright planet also affords an unusual opportunity
Venus appears in the western to observe four of the most important
nd is of such brilliance that it planets in the same evening-Venus
be mistaken. Mercury will to the left and above Mercury, Jupiter
nd a little to the right of, and a little nearer the horizon, and Mars i
below, its sister planet. almost directly overhead.

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