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April 23, 1927 - Image 8

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r'ublicaiion 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.

British Infantry And American Marines March In Shangha


IMOCK ELECTIONS E class yesterday. Natural Science a,-
ILL -E E 'INUAY ditorium was agreed upon as the Ia)-
WVILL B I IA I cation of the polling place, where
direct nominations and elections from
Election of candidates to the mock the floor will be made.
offices of the class of 1927 will take IFollowing an establishedl precedent
plaice atftho'clsk o the7 afterno ak there will be no primaries, and cam-
place at 4 o'clock on the afternoon of lus political factions must organize
May 18, which was set as official their platforms and select their can-
"election day" for the traditionallyr didates for nominations before this
coveted honorary offices by action of time if a victory is expected at the
the executive committee of the senior ballot box.





Faculty, Collge of Literaoure, Science and the Aits:
Th meeting of the Faculty is called for Monday, April 5Vh, at 4:10 P. M.
in Room 2225, Angell Hall, at which time President Little will discuss the
4eceutly sumbitted report on the establishment of a Univeisity College.
John It. Efifing ar.
New York Times Intercollegiate Current Events Contest:
The examination which will constitute the local contest at the Univer-
sity of Michigan will be held Saturday, April 23, 9 to 12 A.M., in Room 2003
Angell Hall. Each contestant will bring a sealed envelope with a noi-de-
guerre written on the outside and containing a slip upon which his real
name and address are written. All paper required for the examination will
be furnished by the committee.
~UL*mua L.s a - - . -E. S. Brown
Notice to House Presidents:
There will be a meeting of all house presidents Saturday morning at.
10:00 o'clock, Room 210,.Library Building.
Marjorie Miller.
Men's Educational Club :
The Men's Educational Club will meet Monday, April 25, at s:00 P. M.
in Room 304 Michigan Union. Professor James B. Edmonson 'will speak
on "How to Secure a Teaching Position."
All men interested in education are urged to be present.
J. D. Cooper, President.
Phi Delta Kappa:,
Business meeting today 12:30, Room 302, Michigan Union. Luncheon
at 1 P. M. Dr. Schorling will speak.
C. L. Anspacli, President
University of Michigan Band:
Formation at Morris Hall in uniform at 2:00 P. M. At 2:10 band
will leave for baseball game.
Paul F. Schlanderer.

Phone1 512 1 ,rEast Liberty-Zwerdling Bldg.
-...Announcing the Opeuing of
:"}; {: : b(Odorless Cleaning)
6 Speci-Monday, April 26, to May I
SMeni's Suits, Topcoats Ladles Suits, Dresses,Cas
_____$_.___Cleaned at 50c Beduetlon
________ ______________All nork called for, delivered and guaranteed to be satisfactory.
Shanghai heairs the t.Amp, tam p o many groups of mnilitar foirces Contied now b the victorious Cash card, $6.04) in ade or $.00.
Cantonese, its inter national settleme nt is guar ded by toreign nations. Herie wse see British infantiy w ~ith pack IIDA T. YAKLEY Phone 2141 k
animals, passing United States marin es in the international settlement, on Bubbhing Road, the finest residential f
and business street in Shanghai.' ~~OOO@OO@OOOOOOOOOOOCO@OO

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(Continued from Page
After citing figures to
immensity of the forest prc
relates to the national g
Prof. Robert Craig, Jr., acl
manof the departmentac
turned to the situation exis
state of Michigin in his ta
Forest Problem." "It has
mated that we have in the
000,000 acres. of land on
crop must be trees or no
the reclamation of this a'
tutes the most important t
conservation program of M
It is the belief of the sp
the situation can only be s
it is recognized that it is
of government, be it cit:
state or federal. The exp
Europe has proven that m
he asserted. Intensive for
would bring many benef
opinion of Professor Cral
gratory forest industries
ttabalized and made perma
industry would be strengt
vitalized; agriculture wmlu

Last September the first American
"University Afloat," the Ryndam sail-
ed off on an educational world cruise
One) with 500 young men students and fifty
show the professors on board. The Ryndam
oblem as it has now plowed its collegiate way
overnment,1 around the globe, and returns to New
tingorestry York from London May 2nd.
ting in the , So successful has the experimentI
lk on "Our proven from the point of view of a
been esti- broad cultural education that on Sep-
state 15,- tember 21 next the Cunard liner Au-
which the rania will sail on a similar cruise
thing, and under the auspices of A. J. McIntosh,
rea consti- president of the International Univer-
ask in the sity Cruise, Inc., organizer of the first
ichigan." cruise. Dr. Thomas W. Butcher,
peaker that president of the Kansas State Teach-
olved when I ers college, has been appointed presi-
a function' dent of the University Aurania.
y, country, Despite opinions to the contrary Mr.
erience of McIntosh has not lost faith in the co-
aany times, educational ideal, and women will be
est culture included on the trip for the first time.
its in the A census aboard the Ryndam indicat-
g: the mi- ed that the faculty was almost unani-
would be mously in favor of co-education.
nent; rural Twenty-five professor's voted for and
thened and two against, while among the parents
Id find sil- and older people the vote indicated

Following the temporary appoint-
ment of a board of governors for the
University of Michigan club of Ann
Arbor, the board has made the fur-
'ther selection of Dan Zimmerman,
'03L, acting chairman, Horatio Ab-
bott, '99-'00, vice-chairman, and Walter
Staebier, '13, secretary-treasurer.
Mr. Zimmerman, following his elec-
tion to the chairmanship, yesterday
appointed comiittee chairmen to
take charge of the work of prepar-
ing for the district meeting of the
alumni which will be held in Ann
Arbor on May 7 and at which time
the Michigan club of Ann Arbor will ;
receive its permanent installation
and a permanent boar dof governors.
Latest reports on file at the City
Clerk's office show that the People's
Motor Coach company has ben oper-
ating the city busestatwassubstantial
loss each month. It was expected
that the rulings made by the Univer
sity with regard to use of automo-
biles by the students would gradually
increase their use of the buises. Lastj
fall there was a complete re-routing3
of the buses in the hope that the new
routes would draw more passengers.
However, the reports show that these
changes in the situation have not
brought the expected result.
OniTuesdays we oifer aou
a Shampoo and a Marcel
for the sum of $1.25 at-
Sough FUniversity
(Over Students' Supply Store)
................... $2.50

Jeanne Gordon, a Star
of the Metropolitan Opera Company

I love to sing Crmen
and during the per-
formnceIsmoke a
Lucky Strike. They
never irritate my
throat. They are
kind to my voice and
delightful in flavor."

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viculture an ally, providing markets fifty-eight in favor and two opposed,
for falfi produce and for surplus la- he said.
bor; an outlet for surplus capital As preliminary ground work for the
would exist in forest production.a 1 trip there willbedaily classes and
American Forest week was cited as lectures from August 10 until the date
presenting- an opportunity for the of sailing. Courses will be given. in
average individual to help in the con- art, music, history, geography, botany,
servation. program by aiding in the I English, foreign trade, international
first step toward forest rehabilitation, relations, government, journalism and
through protection against fire. In languages. This work will provide
closing, the speaker quoted from John excellent background for the cultural
Muir: "The forests of America, how- advantages to be gained from the trip.
ever slighted by man, must have been Ample provisions have been made to
a great delight to God, for they were enable those visiting New York for
the best He ever created." the first time to se the city.


You, too, will find that Lucky
Strikes are mild and mellow-thc

finest cigarettes

you ever smoked,

made of the finest Turkish and do-
mestic tobaccos, properly aged and
blended with great skill, and there
is an extra process-"It's, toasted"
-no harshness, not a bit of bitcO




T. E. LAWRENCE-Revolt in the Desert.................
LUDWIG LEWISOHN-Roman Summer ....................
DONNE BYRNE-Brother Saul..........................
IRVINE BACHELLOR-Dawn............................
ANNE SEDGWICK-Th'e Old Countess....................
ANNE PARRISH-Tomorrow Morning .....................


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