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

lAmerican Aviators Will1 Try Non-Stop
F Flight From San IDiego To Honolulu






t. T-RD)AY, MaIrch. 5,19127


Sabbatical Furloughs :
Members of the. faculties who intend to file application for sabbatical
furloughs are reminded that in accordance with custom applications for
furloughs covering the first semester or the whole of 1927-1928 Are pre-
sented to the Regents at the March meeting of the Boardl, which takes place
this year on March 25. Communications should be in the President's hands
by March 17.
C. C. Little.
FaculIty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
rhe next meeting will be held Monday, March 28th, at 4:10 P. M. in
Room 2225, Angel Hall.
John P. Effinger.
])can's Advisory Committee, College of' Literatu~re, Science and the Arts:'
A meeting of the Advisory Committee is requested for Tuesday afternoon,
March 8, at 4:05 P. M. In the Dean's Office.
John 11. Effinger.
University Women:
Those who tooks swimming last semester at Barbour Gymnasium or the
Union Pool, and are not continuing the course, should get their suits at
Barbour Gymnasium or Union Pool, respectively, hefore March ninth. After
that °date suits will be confiscated.
Ethel McCormick.
Geography 140:
No meeting next Tuesday. A reading assignment is posted in Room
17, A. H.
' P. E. James.

Schiool of JSisiness Ad iistration of
tyre election of Prof. C. S. Yoaikum, of
the pe'i- ond management depart-
mnt, as one of the executive 'omnmlit-
tee of five of the Institute of Manage-
ment for alperiodl of three years. This
institute has b~een formed this year'
as a section of the American Mainage-+
inent association and~ will include spe-1
ellists in the vai ous fields of bus-I
iess management.
obtained. If the Wolverines win bas-
ketball tonight it will lbe the seventh
consecutive victory, again either tied
or cearedl, in the major Conference
sports which include football, basket-
Iball, and track.

AUSTIN, Textis, March
between the first and
men at the University 0

When was the last time you had a real big mHeal ?
Come in here any time, any day or night, and we will
satisfy you and your tremendous appetite for a laughably
small price.;
Ann Arbor Restaurant
215 South Main St.

Rusli s!hbeen lcflz c:cl wily Tby!those who
V aculty I';. LClick of' that school, "they alro
a iatira, a i hemeasles.wherthe
ie' are wholesome and sen'sible or
h4-- " "oiltest s; act." The faculty are in favor Of these,
to;.' , dgi h h 20)sco nid yea (lone to one of the (dormnitories in 19 2-
f Texas have during a class rush.


MlomhiA~an St tionery",,




Freshmen Women:
You, are requested to attend a meeting in Room 1025, Angell Hall
4:15 P. M. Monday, March 7. Important business is to be considered
this time. and it is imperative that all Freshman Woman attend.
Alice C. Lloyd
Grace Richards
Beatrice 'W1. Johnisoun
Advisers of Women.


Philosophy 38:
On Monday, March 7, students enrolled in Philosophy
assemble for the lecture in Room 1025 Angell Hall instead
M. H. A seating list will be posted in Room 1025 A. H-.

38 (Logic) will
lof in Room 205
C. De, Boer.

Psychology of Education, 14 and 11 O'clock Sections :
The discussion of the problem on the Inheritance of Mental" Capacities
which was assigned for Monday, March 7, will be held on Wednesday, March
9. The written report of the problem will be due on the latter date. The
preliminary statement of the plan of the book report will be due Monday,I
March 7, according to the schedule announced in class. The class periodI
will be devoted to a concluding discussion of the topic of Individual Dif-
t Howard Y. MlcClusky.
C. E. 27. Public Utility Problems:
The transportation Library will be open Monday and Wednesday even-
ings of next week to facilitate outside reading.
11. E. Riggs.
Faculty Concert:I
The following program in the Faculty Concert Series, will be given
in Hill Auditorium, Sunday. afternoon at 4:15 o'clock:
Piano-Quartet, G minor (Mozart) Guy Maier, piano, Samuel P. Lock-
wood, violin, Pauline Kaiser, viola, JIanette Fraser Wieder, violoncello;
Rigaudon (Monsigny-Franko) Havanaise (Saint-Saens) ; Oriental Romance
(Rini ky- Korsakow-Gordonl) Molly on the Shore (Grainger) Gladys Couth
Hodges; "Love# Waltzes," Op. 52 (Brahms) Guy and Lois Maier, and Uni-
versity Girls' Glee Club; "Nature and Love" (Tschaikowsky) Frances
Switzenberg, First Soprano, Ellen Peelle, Second Soprano, Hope Bauer,
Contralto, 'University Girls' Glee Club. Accompanists: Dona E~sselstyn and
Catherine Buhrer.
The general public, with the exception of small children, is cordially
Invited to attend.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
University Girls' Glee Club:
There will be an important meeting of the club in the Hill Auditorium
at 2:00 o'clock today. All members are requested to be present.
Mary Kent-Milller, President.
University of Mtlich igan Band:
The Band will leave Morris. Hall for Detroit on the busses at four
o'clock Saturday afternoon. Dress uniform with cape. Wear warm cloth-
ing. Dinner wll be eaten at the Fort Sheldon Hotel. There will be no
stop-overs and further instructions will be given out in Detroit. Watch
this column for notice concerning Monday's trip.
Paul F. Sebilander, Manager.
Chinese Student Christian Association:
A combined discussion and social meeting will be held in Wesley Hall
this Saturday evening at 7:15. The topic for discussion will be: Practical
lessons from. American life. All members are cordially requested to be
Alfred S. T. Pu.
Phi Delta Kappa:
Luncheon today, 1 P. M., Michigan Union. Dr. Kyte will speak.
C. L. Anspach, President.
Read rfI-e Daily "Classified" columns

An attempt by two American avia- ney. Such a flight would bring China I a
tors to make a non-stop fight from, to within four or five days of America.
ISan Diego, Cal., to Honolulu has been The jump to Honolulu is regarded ="
scheduled for sometime this month.! as the most difficult part of this pro-
Lieut. W. B. Wallace, of the U. S. ject, for a 2,200 mile stretch of ocean,_
Marines' Flying corps, and Lee, between San Diego and Diamond Head2F RSIE
Schoenhrair, formner army aviator, are; in the Hawaiian Islands must be ES
planning to, accomplish this feat with traversed in one flight. 1
a huge monoplane. The plane, constructed in Hasbrouck
1In the opinion of expert military' Heights, N. J., is a Fokker mono- 2
and naval aviators, a flight from Cali-,- plane, which is one of the few types 2
fornia to Manila, in the Philippines,'- of plane capablie. of providing suffici- --
and Hong Kong, China, will in all ent speed and carrying-power for a 12
probability follow the Honolulu jour- trip of this kind. -You were eiil o ciiisi e r a~
!BLANCHARD DECLARES OLD AFRICA N if you maintained Satisfactory Grades.
Next to an Arab's white horse, his Marseilles, the custom officials kept ..2
mtost prize( possession is lprobalv their equilibrium and let him pass = "
hsln-arle ukean hi through unmolested. At Port Bo, = You Now Have an
however, it was a different story. He ~
saber. For~ that reason, sucth a wea- w ,as immediately surrounded by sol- j-
pon makes a good souvenir, thought! diers and given to understand that lie,=
Prof. Arthur H. Blanchard. of the1 was breaking all rue of etiquette.-
h i g h w a y department. PIoIC5ss) It seems that the Spanish are afraid M2
Blanchard has jast returned from a- that somebody is going to start a .: 2
few months sojourn in Euirope antiI revolution and every precaution is F I j
northern Africa and has brought such taken to keep King Alfonso's govern-2
a musket back wtth himt, although it (met free from all forms of military 2 02 TUI T-
camne close to putting hime in a Span-!regalia. The visitor was at their
ish dungeon and almost causing inter-1! mercy. Hle couudn't defend himself 2_
national compiaions. as he conuldn'tspa the lagae
While Professor Blanchard was in and before he could find an interpre-2
Africa at an oasis 20 miles from Tong- ter they had taken his gun andl saber=-
gourt on the edge of the Sahara, Ire: away from him.( To Try Out for Positions
met the leader of a caravan and ask- To complicate the situation, nine_
ed him he could obtain a real Arabian i modern Arab cdaggers, which he had
gun. The leader, a graduate of Ox-; obtained for souvenirs, were found in -_2
I ford university, spoke Enlglish and i his baggage. t
told him that one of t ii-_ imembers had Professor Blanchiard finally got the i
ant old gun which wouldn't shoot. It' Amrican consul -eneral at Barce - a nodreirhc a b e i.\iwee .vuc o h at h tt e N T H E ICHfIG ANDI L
ed down for generatiahi2 aand which hre weremerly .,ouvenirts, anrd Blanchar d R1R171I = k}I
wouldn't exchange for a modern rifle.i was niade to sign a long paper to the 2
T-nuIo ie hagdhis mn he ffect that lie had n das- isub
lie recived an offer of 100 francs for Iiig the pcatceful minds of the citizens,-
the musket and another 50) francs, for: To be sure that he had no evil inten-
the saber. tions, be was escorted by a guard of 2 =.
WhnPoesrBauhramdtwo soldiers until he got safely olt -bsns t~
with this ancient relic, passed through of the country. BuinssStf
Michigan Will Contest This Week-End
For 'Three Conference Athletic Titles
---- The opportunity is open to independent=
Michigan is contesting for three'is contending at Champaign, Ill. in a 2 men' as well- as fraternity men. The work2
Conference titles in athletics this' Conference meet. Michigan's chances2 youdowldermn yourad ncm t on
week-end, which is regarded as an in- for annexing the wrestling champion- =
givat omeintion.eaNo ofter college ship look more than promisinga~ the Daily staff.2
noatiompion. relmofther colle-e.cording to the coaches. 2
in the country has boen this active in! Tonight the Wolverines play Chi-22
sports in such a short period.1 cage there in a game which will 2-
Last' night Michigan met Mlinnsotal largely determine our status as to a
in a swimming meet which largely d-; clear title for the Big Teni basketball 2:.
termined the Conference winner in ichampionship. _ Tryout Meeting Monday, March 7, at 4 :00 P. M.2
swimming. A final meet will be held If Michigan wins wrestling this af-2
in two weeks at Illinois. It is expected ternoon and basketball tonight, the=2
that last night's victor will be award-1 ninth consecutive victories, either -
ed the Big Ten title at this time. clear or tied, that have been secured =
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