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THE MIChIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MARCh 2~i, 192T
DAILtY1 OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publicai ion 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.
VOLUME VII . SATU' AY, MARCh 212, 19 27 - NUMBER 12
MAN, BURIED IN W E LL. IS R ESCUED
IAF TE R M ANY H OURS UNDE R DEBRIS
Junior Girls' Play:I
Busses to take the members of the cast, choruses and committees of
the Junior Girls' Play into Detroit will leave Barbour Gymnasium promptly.
at one o'clock today.
Alice C. Lloyd, Chairman, Adviser of Women.
Kindling wood may be had for the hauling at the Medical Ward, Con-
valscent Hospital. See Mr. MacName.a, Buildings and Grounds Department.
E. C. Pardon, Superintendent.
To the Senate Committee on Undergraduate Studies:
There will be a meeting of the Senate Committee on Undergraduate
Studies on Tuesday, March 29, 1927, at 4:00 P. M., Room 1014, Angell Hall.
Ira, M. Smith, Secretary.
Freshman Fencing Tournament:
To be held today at 2:00 P. M., Waterman Gym. Entries listed in the
Norman R. Benham, Fencing Captain.'
All Women Interested in Dramatics:
Tryouts for "Anna Christie," the Mimes-Masques play will be held by
Mr. Shuter at the Mimes Theater, Monday, March 28. All university women
are eligible to try out. Make appointments with Mr. Shuter by phoning
him at the Mimes Theater. Tryouts will be held by appointment only.
Muth Kahn, Pres. of Masques. f
Professor Melchior Palyi, of Graduate School of Commerce, Berlin,
speaks on "Social Foundatiops of the German Republic" at the meeting
to be held Monday, March 28, in Room 302, Michigan Union.
Z. C. Dickinson.
Phi Delta Kappa:
Luncheon today 1 P. M. Michigan Union. Prof. Lovejoy of Mt. Clemens
C. L. Anspach, President.
Fine Arts 117:
Bluebook covering Spanish architecture and sculpture will be held
Thursday, March 31. Note-books are due on that date.
Bruce M. Donaldson. 1
Unlversity of Michigan Band:
'Formation today at 7:00 P. M. at Morris Hall to play for the Cornell
Track meet. Uniform with cape and black shoes.
Paul F. Schanderer.
BOXER REBELLION REPETITION SEEN
AS POSSIBLE IN CHINA BY SLOSSON,
Possibilities of a repetition of the merely factional, but have a definite+
bsBoxer rebellion in China are foreseen program.
by Prof. Preston W. Siosson or the e "Their program," stated Professor
history department. "The situ ation Slosson, "is to abolish all foreign
privilege in China, and to establish a
is similar in many respects," he de- radical republic. Those taking part
clared in an interview yesterday, in this movement are also designated
"and recent reports indicate a very Young Chinese and Reds. However,
serious condition of affairs. Foreign ven though they reprset th st
radical group in Chin., they should
powers may again find it necessary to not be confused with the Russian Com-
intervene in Chinese affairs to secure munists, who are commonly known as
peade and order." Reds."I
"The Nationalist movement is prob-
ably the most significant in the pres- THEA TER BUILDING1
ent state of affairs," said Professor NEAR COMPLETION
Slosson. "According to the latest re-
ports, they are now in possession of1
Shanghai, and are experiencing grow- Construction of the new office'
ing success in spreading their propa- building on Liberty street to be known
ganda through the northern provinces, as the Michigan Theater building is'
At present, they are the dominant repaidly nearing completion and a
'"Thue Nationalist movement was first considerable amount of space has al-+
manifested about a decade ago," con- ready been leased. The entire base-
tinned Professor Slosson, "when Sun ment will be occupied by a recreation
Yat Sen ,the leader of the Cantonese parlor which will be outfitted with
and a typical radical Republican, led modern equipment. It is planned to,
a revolt against the Chinese ruler, a have several bowling alleys installed
member of the Manchu dynasty which as well as to install a large number
tad been dominant in China for about of billiard tables.
300 years. Since the death of Sun - -
Yat Sen his followers have been car- ILLINOIS.- Student use of roller
rying on the same program by spread- skates in protest against the ban on
ing propaganda and maintaining automobiles has increased to such a
armies which have joined in the gen- .degree that an entire street has been
eral warfare throughout the country. set aside for the exclusive use of
"The chief difference between the s iskaters.
Nationalists, whose actions have most-
ly been centered about Canton and theI
M CH IGAN' QUOT A , "o""i"l(' th me]1dice"l e"mn1 rS"
-. IS 1 k 1have eon organized to enrOll evcry
R C. M. T. C. <i eligile man in Michigan. Th camps
ONE-SIXTH FILLED axe ""open to any mn "e"n the s
ol 17 and 24, living in the stUte of
Michigan, physically sound and of
DET ROIT, March 2;> -- Since the lgood moral character. Ail expenses
opening of enrollment for the Citizens' are paid by the government, inciud-
Military Training Camp less thun a ing railway fare to ami from the
month ago, more than one-sixth ofcamlip, tood ,linen, medical care, uni-
Michigan's quota of 1,878 men has fiorm, andI other sumh necessities.
been filled. According to reports of
March 19, nearly 400 men have en- ILINO [.---A "Vanity Fair" conesi
rolled, and applications are coming Io determine the two most beautiful
in every day. Lt. Col. Wade Millis, woimen on the caopus is 1)eing carri(d
civilian aide for Michigan to Secre- 0n by Pierrots, honorary men's drain-
c ary of WNar Davis, believes that the ',tic society.
Michigan eulot a will be filled this year
for the first time since the training 01IO STATE. - More than 2,500
camps were established six years ago. periodicals are received by the libra-
In all but four counties is Michigan, ry.
By Spe'ci'al Arrangement
with the Author
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The new finish for walls and w
easier than paint. Finishes with a beau
gloss for every interior surface., This
washable and so hard that the scratching
effect upon the surface.
utiful hard enamel
durable finish is
of a match has no
Jeff Ashworth, buried alive for 13
tons of stones and debhris, in Chat h
Fuquay Springs, has so far recovered
tell of his harrowing experience. In c
worth was jammed into an arch. Her
rescuers worked. Top photo shows t h(
the caved-in well one by one by mean s
er picture shows the entrance to the
hours in a 75 foot well under
am county, North Carolina, near f
s to sign a vaudevlile contract to
eaning the well, it caved in. Ash-I
ever lost consciousness while his !
rocks which were lifted out of
of the windlass at the right. Low-
well. Inset shows Ashworth after
CALIFORNIA.-The president ha4
banned dogs on the campus.
March 26 to April 2nd, the week of our special offer.
If Kitch-n-tint, applied as directed on the can, is not the
most satisfactory finish you have. ever used, your money will
CO H.sMsAJO R &Co.
"The Chi-Namntel Store"
203 East Washington St. Phone 9313
With each purchase of one quart or more of Chi-Namel
Kitch-n-tint a 2 -inch all-bristle brush vulcanized in rub-
ber will be given absolutely free during the week of
In an attempt to save football fr'omE
its alleged evils. President Er nest M.i
Hopkins of Dartmouth college has
suggested changes in the conditions
under which football is played, sir-
ilar to those suggestedl by President;
Clarence Cok I Itile last fall.
President op!. ins presents the fol-
lowing plan which, due to extensive
studly onl the' part of nmanly university;w
presidents, "represents a distillation
from nmany different plans". First, eli-
gibility for participation on varsity
teams, to be limited to sophomores
and juinior s; econit, major games to!
be arranged on a reciprocal basis,
each college developing two major
teams from tie varsity squad, one
playing at home the same afternoon
as the other plays oi the rival's field
third, the abolition of paid coaches,
coaching to be done by seniors who
have played two years on the varsity'
An arrangement of this kind would
make athletics more an undergraduate
project and tend to make football
more a sport and less an ordeal.
PHILADELPHIA-E. J. Connell, of
Bethlehem, Pa., was elected captain of
the University of Pennsylvania bas-
ketball team for next year.
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variety of GOOD FOOD.
aturday 1)inner, 5)0c
orse Radish or Jelly Omelet)
Cut Green Beans}
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By EMIL LUDWIG
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