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THE. MICHIGAN DIYT.Rb AVI
DAIL THUSDAY MARH 24

1927

DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

Plane To Be Used Bx Comrnai~der Davis SA INAW'S INFANT OIL INDUSTRY I
For~~~~~ ~ N-SoFihtNasCrpeI STIRRED BY DIS COVER'Y OF GUSHERr

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Publlcaiion 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. mn. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.

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VOLUME VII.

,ritritsmAy, -MARCH 249 1927 N-FIME'll I,2)t),

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Forcign iStudents:
The annual Spring Trip during the week of spring vac.,11ion (April 11,
Monday, to April 16, Saturday) is being planned again for this April. Tnr-
dustries and colleges and municipal institutions will be inispected under
favorable auspices. Entertainment will be provided in American homes.
Total expenses for five cities--Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Granl Rapids,
Lansing and Flint--are under $15.
Names should be left at once with the undersigned in Room 3224 Ange ll
11all, or with Professor J. A. C. Hildner, Room 3(02, Iniversity Hall.
C'arltonItF. Wells.
Junior Girls' Play:
All members of the cast and choruses of the Junior Girls' Play are
asked to report at the office of the Advisers, Barbour Gymnasium todlay
or before noon tomorrow, in order to make arrangements for the D~etroit
Performance.
Alice C. Lloyd, Chiairnman, Advisers of Womni.
Zoology Journal Club:
/ The Zoology Journal Club will meet Thursday, March 24, in Room 242
N. S. Bldg. at 7:30 P. M. Dr. H. T. Folger will discuss "Sensory Equilibrium
" and a Modern Theory of Evolution" And~ Mr. F. E. E~ggletou illii give a
paper on "The Organic Content of Lake Water."t
All interested are cordially invited to attend.
Frank Vi. Blanchard.
University Oratorical Contest:
The University Oratorical Contest will be held in University IHall, Fri-
day, March 25, at 8 P. M. The public is cordially invited to atten.d
. L. EFi.
Educational Measurements :
The eight o'clock section of Education' C-60, Educational Measurements,
will not meet today.
WV. (*. lergnian.1
Students Interested in Mathematics :
The second meeting of the Student Mathematical Society will be held
Thursday evening, March 24, at 7:30 P. M., in Room 3017 Angell Hall. Pro-
gram will consist of a short period of organization, followed by papers; Miss
Blair: "The Five Regular Solids"; Mr. Jacobson: "Mathematical Fallacies."
Everyone interested in mathematics is invited.I
Guy Ammnerman.
Masque. :
There will be a very important meeting of Masques Friday at 5:00 in
Room 203 of University Hall.
Ruth Rahn, Pres.
Faculty Women's Club:
There will be a meeting of the Newcomers' Section of the Faculty
Women's Club at the home of Mrs. CJ. 13. Slawson, 538 Church street, on
Trhursday afternoon, March 24, at 2:30 o'clock. All newcomers are cordially
Invited to attend.
Margaret Van D)uren, Secretary.
Geological" and Geographical Journal Club:
The club will meet in Room 436 N. S. Building at 7:30 P. M. this
evening. Dr. C. W. Cook will talk on "THE OIL FIELDS OF THlE ROCKY
MOUNTAIN REC ON." All interested are cordially invited to attend.
Walter A. Ter Wiebe, Sect.
Senior Mechianicail Engineers:
Mr. M. D. Rose, representing the American Radiator Corporation of
Buffalo, New York, will be in Room 221 West Engineering Building Friday,
March 25, to interview those interested in positions with this company.
H. C. Anderson
Senior Mechanical Engineers':
Mr. C. R. Dooley, representing the Standard Oil Company of New Jer-
sey, will be in Room 235. West Engineering Building Thursday, March 24,
to Interview those interested in positions with this company.
H. C. Anidersoni.

'. ItA'Aociat .I e-~) dl y :I, t efto in a x'er"5 time would
I - GNA. Machpe -li-ca(,tor $200,000. At tho
the dliscovery 01 t hat, sitp r-pllduce i ie Iha oi ined ,before the four re-
f li crt~clric lts-d i{{z aions oft1th. last four months t ho
ci ti ri)Lti rh s a1 '.c .-.Sag-.
ma ws i fan oi ii ustcv eem il 111 nunt lfigur e would he nearer $4(00,-
tV logeetodyo tIetrl fw tfali ll nprice is charged against
Weatlth fo o es(i0, nuilt:1)s tI Ia ,l< ovr-production of the last y-ear in
properly owxners andi for many tegea einl iedo Olhm
prospecoiliwhere drilii ing has iteon virtually sus-!
Oil (conltinne d today to l)OU r at ar} lien (1(11 bek-ause of the price red tic-:
tlhe 10-inch i pe W, og of t hatell 'Phe ;.tlreriedle well is the first real;
hle 4tim Ci] cor naiy, dri lled hi Sat est, of thietmerits of the Saginaw sand
u trday to the tope of the so-called Sag- !inlsidle the-area definitely established
ia }' w saind, a st rat inn approximately"a it ( fol rmthIec
7)00 feet (leoper t hanl the Ber'ea sand, stratum.____________
which heretofore has been the only IOS-Mr hn10feh
source of oil production here.IILNOS-Mrthn10fe-
At the present price of crude oil men made a scholastic average abovel
the Sutn's new wcell, on the Ferdinand; 4.5 last semester. making them elig-
Stelzriede farm in the northern ouit- tbible for memblership in Phi Eta Sig-1
skir ts of Saginaw, is producing ot. a ma.
WHITNEY THEATRE
FR IDIAY, APRIL 1t
World's Greatest Singing Comedian
(i ' - --WILLIAM O RItS re~ents"

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Gomeovk
Club
ANNOUNCES
BY SPECIAL
ARRANGEMENT
WITH THE AUTHOR
The First
Production
Outside the
Laboratory. Theatre
New York
OF
"The Trumpet
ShallS Sud"

The 'Pathfinder," the plane in which Commander Noel Davis wvill at-
temp~t a non-st on flight from New York to Paris this summer for the $25,-
000 Orteig prize, is nearing completion at the Keystone Aircraft plant,
Bristol, Pa. It will have three Wright 225 h. n. Whirlwind engines.
Photo shows, left to right, Edgar M. Gott, president of the company,
and ,'. T. Porter. chief engineer, examining progress of the work.
Public JLecture:
D~r. C. B. Stouffer will lecture Thursday evening at 8 P. M. in Room '2,31
Angell Hail on Tolstoy's hook "The First Step" giving the views of a phy-
sician on Vegetarianism. Thl publlic is cordially invited.
A. A. Birikrant.
MICHIGANENSIAN WILL show college life at Stanford, but stu-
f ACCEPT APPLICATIONS t dents are of the opinion that the pro-
_______ (ucers know nothing about the sub-
Applications for the 1927 Mich- ject.
iganensiap will still be received at
the 'Einsian office in the Press build-
ing, it was annoumncedl yesterday. Ap-!
proxinirately 40 copies remain out ofjJU T ,
the special ordeir which was obtained J.S1 RE
recently. The price is $5.00.
STANFORD.- Students are indig-
nant at the release of a recent movie,
"College Days." It is suppiosed to
I it $

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CO #4PANY OF CLEVER E.NTERTAINERS
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'and (t liaracters ii in s Owi nIimitaible Way.

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Prices--Lowecr Floor <$2.75, Balcony $2.2N, +~1.Q15, $ 1.10.
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Public Lecture:
Jean 'Toomer, well-known poet, critic, and short-story writer, will
,speak on "The Search for Life," on Friday, March 25, at 4 :15, in Natural
Science Auditorium. This lecture is jointly sponsored by the Negro-Cau-
casian Club and the League for Industrial Democracy.
C. B. Smith.
'N eg "-Caucasian Club:,
League Fear Industrial Denmocracy:
There will be a joint meeting, with Jean Toomer as guest, Friday even-
ing at 8:00 in the Union. See bulletin board for announcement of room.b
( C. R. Smith.

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