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PACE INGTIT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEf)NI,", DAY, MARCH 2, !9271

PAGE EIGHT THE MICI-IIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, MARCh 2, 1927

I C BTIN L O D rentucky vown Burns With Estimatedr
nrinni DlA TIK' OSS Of $250,000; Dog Proves Hero

St udent Press Club:
Miss Vera Brown of the Detroit News staff will address the club tonight
at 7:30 on a "Woman's Experience on a City Desk." Miss Brown is one
of the few women who have succeeded in the work on the city desk of a
large daily. This meeting will, be open to all students.
Eug#,ene It. 9GtekUnst.

city, llinmascus, is the oldest city in
the r.ld, and is faous for 'it
beauty.
7he country had been ruled for over
5)0 years by Turkey. They were ruled
very severely, and any attempt to
make Syria free resulted in failure.

Publicanion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. in. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.

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NUMBER 107

ci-lowship in Biology:
There will be one or two fellowships at $1,000 per year each open to
students in Biology who are interested, in doing half-time work on a re-
search problem in animal genetics in my laboratory during two years
beginning July 1, 1927. During one-half of the time in each year the
student will be free to pursue studies towards a higher degree. Those
interested should apply to Miss Murphy at my office.
C. C. Little.
Senate Committee on Undergraduate Studies:
There will be a meeting of this Committee on Wednesday, March 2, at
4 P. M., in the office of the Graduate School, Room 1014 Angell Hall.
Ira 3. Smith, Secretary.
To All House Presidents:
February signing out slips are due in the Advisers' office on or before
Varch 8th. Presidents of houses whose signing out slips for January have
not yet been handed in,, will have until March 8th to get them in also. All
Presidents whose slips are not in by March 8th will be called into the
Advisers' office.
Norma Mansfield, Assistant Adviser of Women.
Geology 1:
The supplementary examination for those who missed the regular final
examination in Geology 1 will be given at 3 o'clock on Wednesday, March
2, in Room 437 N. S.
I. D. Scott.
Geology 31, Make-up Examination:
An examination of those who were absent with excuse from final ex-
amination in first semester will meet for examination in my office Friday,
March 4, at two o'clock.
William H. Hobbs.
Botanical Seminar:
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, March 2, at 4:30, B173 N. S.
Bldg. Paper by M. W. Sensitius-"Indo-Malayan flora with particular ref-
erence to Java."
B. ill. Dafis.
English 143:
The make-up examination for English 143 will be held Friday, March
4th, at o'c'lock, in Room 2215 Angell Hall ,
0. J. Campbell.
Senior Women:
Caps and gowns will be given out at Barbour Gymnasium March 2 to 10
inclusive from 2 to 5 every day, except Saturday, which will be from 9 to
12. Seniors will please call for them on the following days:

View of ruins oi' twelve buildings, including the old Kentucky Carlsbad
Springs Hotel, at Dry Ridge, Ky., 33 miles south of Cincinnati, O. Loss is
estimated at $250,000. A barking Irish setter warned thirty hotel guests
at 1 o'clock in the morning and they escaped before the walls collapsed.1
Forestry Club:
The Forestry Club will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 q'clock in
Room 213 of the Natural Science Building. There will be an iI teresting
talk in addition to the regular business nieeting. Foresters will findthese
meetings not only interesting but instructive.
Randal McCainl.
Military Ball Committee:
There will be a mee ing of the Military Ball committees at R. O. T. C.
Ileadquarters at 5:00 P . ?. this afternoon.
L. M. Bricker.
Phi Sigma :
The regular Phi Sigma: meeting will occur at 7:30 P. M. in Room 242
Natural Science Building Wednesday, March 2. Dr. Guthe of the Museum
will speak on the Uuiversity Philippine Expedition.
Leonard P. Schultz, Secretary.
Faculty Womien's Club:
Members interested in joining an art class under Mrs. Chapin with a
view to designing hooked rugs, batiks, lamp shades, hangings, etc., call
3052 or 9424.
Mrs. Jas. B. Pollock.
Inion Freshuitan t roups:
The following basketball games will be played tonight at 7:45:
Roesch's Group vs. Weaver's Group.
Fleming's Group vs. Brady's Group.
IWilin" V. Jeffries.
Il C'ircolo It alimo :
A meeting o 11 Ci'olo will be held Wednesday evening, March 2, in
Room 202 South Wing. All members are urged to attend.
J. E. Megaro, Pres.
Choral UimoI Ushers:
All Choral Union ushers are requested to report at Hill Auditorium by
7:30 this evening, for the Guiomar Novaes Concert.
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FORERUNNER TO DAILY,' SALIHDI
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were detailed to some mlitary dutyt
by Major Durkee, who had charge ofE
nearly all activities in Ann Arbor,j
:or the University was operated du-
ing the wartime as a military unit.
The staff of The Daily was composedI
largely of women, and during the Fall
of 1918, the position of managing ed-
itor was held by Mildred G. Mighell,
118, a University graduate, the only
time in the history of The Daily that
a woman has held the position. When-
ever the services of former regular
members of the staff were desired, it
was necessary to have Major Durkee
detail them to the work, as a part ofI
the military plan in operation here at
the time.
A new period was marked for The
- Daily by the installation of a new du-
plex press in the summer of 1923 and!
{the enlargement of the paper to the
present size. Previous to this time
the circulation of the paper was limit-
ed by the length of time required to 1
print it, for it took hours to get out
one issue on the old press. At present,
the 4500 copies of a single issue of
The Daily can be run off in approxi-
mately one hour.
eDuring recent years the offices of
the publication have been enlarged
until they are among the best in col-
lege news circles and well in keeping
with The Daily's trend toward the
efficiency of a modern metropolitanE
newspaper. The land for a new Press
building has been purchased, and
within a few years it is expected that
The Daily will be housed in its pro-
jected headquarters.
FE
SOME
WAR'

23rd Annual
JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY

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- x With the war came the end of this
H owrani, '28, States reign, and the nationalistic eleents
wanted Syria to be ruled by its own
Syria Hias Preserved; bys s . of.
pol.When the League of Nationsa
d r convened after the Armistice, a (lele-
j ',e sgation was sent to Syria to determine
-- --- whether Syria was able to govern
"Syria, one of the oiaest living ',itself. They reported that it would
civilizations, has preserved its iden- be advisable to have them under the
thy for over 4,000 years," said Raja care of some nation. France was ap-
Howrani, ''8, yesterday. Its chief pointed to take care of Syria.'

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Senior Literary:
Class dues, programs and invitations for commencement may be order-
ed today, in University Hall.
P. M. Pfaffmann, Jr., Clmi. of Program Com.
Economics Club:
Meets Thursday, March 3, 7:45 P. M., Room 302 Michigap Union. Pro-
fessor 1+. B. Stason of the Law School will speak on Problems of a Uniform
Public Utility Act for all the States.
Z. C. Dickinson.
Educational Graduate Club: $
Meeting Wednesday evening ,in Room 105 Tappan Hall. All graduate
students in the School of Education, whether formerly members or not, are
asked to attend. Meeting called at 7 o'clock sharp so as to close by 8 o'clock.
Clifford Woody, Adviser.

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UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

Masques Dramatic Society:
Tryouts for membership to Masques will be
from four to six in Newberry Hall Auditorium.
come prepared with a reading.

held Thursday, March 3,
Those trying out should
Ruth Kahn, Pres.

Rains Cause English'
Rivers To Overflow4
(By Associated Press)
LONDON, March 1.- Southwesterly
gales and heavy rains have caused
floods in many of the river valleys of !
England, notably in Northampshire
and Kent. The Thames itself is out
of its bank, and water surrounds the
houses in the American colonists' dis-
trict of old Windsor and Sunbury.
The gale prevented both the British
steamers Regina and the Carnia from
approaching Queenstown. They pro-
ceeded to Liverpool.
Two hundred children were maroon-
ed for some time in a moving picture
house at Weymouth by huge waves.

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