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Publicaiion 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.


nlThirty students of the College of tlhe afternoonl, t1.nd1will be entertaiii-
Pha rmacy left this morning for a two ed at dinner by officials of the organ-
day inspection trip of plants and fac- ization.
New York Ieetin iPlins To Arran-ige tories of the cities of Battle Creek, i Tomorrow the group will be in
Prize For ('ompetition Of I Kalamazoo and Chicago. The trip is Chicago where they will visit the
Commercial Planes lheing supervised by Edward H. Kraus, Bauer and Black company, and the




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Automobile Rulings:
The following action was taken by the automobile committee yesterday:
Mr. Stuart R. Schmehl, '27, has been placed 'on probation for the re-
mainder of the semester for driving a car without a permit.
The following have been denied permission to drive cars in Ann Arbor
for the remainder of the semester: Pierce H. Bitker, '27; Gordon C. Greene,
'27E; Harold G. Dempster, '28E; Gerald M. Wertz, '27.
Violations of these regulations will resultin suspension from the Uni-
The Automobile Committee.
University Lectures:
During the meetings of the Schoolmasters' Club and the Michigan
Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters the following University lectures
will be given. These are all open to the public:
Professor Lane Cooper, of Cornell University, will deliver the following
"Platonic Strife," Friday, April 29, at 4:15 P. M. in
Room 25, James B. Angell Hall.
"The Perennial Schoolmaster and Greek," Saturday,
April 30, at 11:00 A. M., Room 25, James B. Angell Hall.
Dr. Worthington C. Ford, Secretary of the Massachusetts listorical
Society, will speak on "The Raw Materials of History" at 4:15 P. M. Friday,
April 29, in the University High School Auditorium.
Professor Charles E. Merriam, of the University of Chicago, will speak
on "The Role of Tradition in Civic Training" in the Natural Scienc Audi-
torium, Thursday, April 28, at 8:00 P. M.
Professor H. L. Shantz, of the University of Illinois, will gilve a lecture
(illustrated) on "The Vegetation of Africa," Thursday, April 28, at 4:15
P. M. in the Natural Science Auditorium.
Frank E. Robbins.
Medical Faculty:
The Faculty Meeting called for Friday at 4:15 is postponed one week
to Friday, May 6th, at 4:10 P. M.
Hugh Cabot.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The adjourned meeting of the Faculty will be held on Tuesday, May 3rd,
at 4:10 P. M. sharp, in Room 25, Angell Hall. President Little will continue
his discussion, of the proposed University College. Room 25 is being used
again on account of its large seating capacity.
John R. Effinger.
Students, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
Dean E. E. Day will lecture to students expecting to enroll in Business
Administration, and others interested, on "Business as a Career for College
Men." The lecture will be given on Monday afternoon, May 2, at 4:10 P. M.-
in the Auditorium of the Natural Science Building.
John R. Effinger.
Lloyd's Register Scholarship:
A Scholarship of $500.00 per ann. for three years is offered by Lloyd's
Register of Shipping to students who will have completed the first year's
work in the College of Engineering in June, and who intenl to follow the
course of Marine Engineering. Applications should be filed with Professor
Bragg or Professor Sadler, Room 326 W. Engineering Bldg., before May 31st.
Herbert C. Sadler.
Microblo Heredity:
A lecture will be given by Dr. Ralph R. Mellon, '09, of the Allegheny
IHospital Laboratories, on the subject of "Microbic Heredity," Thursday,
April 28th, 8 P. M., Room 2501, East (new) Medical Building. All interestedI
are invited to attend this lecture.
I H. Soule.
Highway Engineering Lecture:
Mr. Walter J. Emmons, Highway Research Specialist of the U. S. Bu-
reau of Public Roads, will give an illustrated lecture on "Current Researches
on Bituminous Pavements" in Room 1213, East Engineering Building at
7:30 P. M., Thursday, April 28th. All who are interested are invited to
attend. , R. L. Morrison.
Michigan All State Orchestra:
A concert by the All State High School Orchestra made up of players
from 37 cities in Michigan will be given in Hill Auditorium, Thursday even-
ing at 8:15. Mr. Joseph E. Maddy will direct the concert. It will include,
besides orchestral numbers, two groups of numbers by the Ann Arbor High
School Chorus, under the direction of Norman Larson. Palmer Christian,
University organist, will assist. The public is cordially invited.
Earl V. Moore.
Engineering Mechanics :3t
A demonstration of Critical Speed and Synchronous Vibration will be
given on Thursday, April 28, at 4:30 P. M. in Room 336 W. Engineering
L. H. Donnell
R. T. Lidicoat.
Rhetoric 32:
Mr. Binkley's class, will not meet at eight o'clock on Friday, April 29.
H. C. inkley.
Reprints of the advertisements described on Tuesday by Mr. R. F. Field
of the Campbell-Ewald Company are on display in the library of the SchoolI
of Business Administration, 203 Tappan Hall. \.
These are the advertisements of the Krieder-Rotzel Company whichI
received one of the Harvard Advertising Awards last year. a
Carl N. Schmalz.
The Atkinson Oratorical Contest:
All undergraduates who wish to try out for the Atkinson Oratorical


Baron Tanaka, left, leader of th e Seiyuhai party
named premier. Shown with him is 1. Tahahaghi, his
helm of the Seiyuhai and his advisor.

of Japan has been
predecessor at the

Contest to be held on the eighth of My must register this week with Mr.T
Lewis C. Reimann, director of the contest, at Lane Hall. Speeches must be
based on the general theme "Christ's Ideals for the Modern World." Prizes
of $40, $25, and $10 are offered. The winner of the first honor will receive
the Atkinson gold medal. R. D. T. Hollister.
i.Mathematies 2, Section IX:
Time schedule at present: M, Tu, Th, F, at 11, in Room 22.
B. F Dostal. I
Mathematics 156, Elliptic and Hyperbolic Functions:t
Time schedule at present: Tu and Th, at 7 A. M., in Room 347.-
B. F. Dostal.
Students in Automotive Engineering and Business Administration:C
Mr. Otis, of the Oakland and Pontiac Company of Pontiac, will be ini
Professor Anderson's office, Room 221 West Engineering Building, on Thurs-t
day afternoon to interview men interested in positions with that organiza-
tion. For further information call W. E. Lay, Phone, University 200.
W. E. Lay.
Summet Employment:
Mr. A. E. Hildebrand, of the H. J. Heinz Company, will be in Room 304
Michigan Union on Thursday afternoon and evening, April 28th, and allc
day Friday, April 29th, to interview students interested in summer employ-t
ment. J. A. Burslcy. ;
Gargoyle Staff Meeting:
There will be an important meeting of the editorial staff of the Car-s
I goyle Thursday afternoon at 5 o'clock. All members of the editorial stafff
and tryouts must be there.
C, Robert Swinehart.
Senior Civil, Mechanical, and Chemical Engineers:
Mr. C. B. Collins, of the Koppers Construction Co., of Pittsburgh, will
be in Room 2028 East Engineering Building, Friday, April 29, to interview
students in regard to employement with this company. The. Koppers Com-
pany designs, builds, as well as operates complete by-product coke ovens
and gas plants.
Alfred I. White.
Varsity Glee Club:
There will he the regular rehearsal tonight at the Union at 7:00.
L. Stuart Bulman, Manager.
I TotaSigma Pi:
There will be a meeting on Thursday, April 28, at 8 P. M., at the home
of Mrs. H. G. Waller, 303 South Division Street. Active and alumnae mem-
bers are invited.
Margaret Johnston.
Book Rummage Sale, May 3..7:
All books for the sale will be collected Friday, April 29. Please have
them ready. Otherwise bring them to Newberry Hall Saturday and Sunday,
April 29 and 30.
Dorothy Allison, Chairman.
Landscape Club:
The Landscape Club meeting of this week will be postponed until Thurs-
day, April 27, at 7:30 P. M. Mr. A. D. Taylor, P. A. S. L. A., of Cleveland,
Ohio, will speak at that time. The meeting will be held at the 4th floor,
South Wing. Wayne H. Laverty.
Joint Meeting, A. S. S. T. and A. I. Cl. E.:
Mr.A. f. d'Arcambal, '12E, will address a joint meeting of the A. S. S.T.
and A. I. Ch. E. at 8:00 P. M. Thursday, April 28,, in Room 1042, E. En-
gineering Bldg. Mr. d'Arcambal, Consulting Metallurgist and Sales Manager
for Pratt and Whitney Co., Hartford, Conn., will speak on "Metallurgical
Control in a Plant Manufacturing Machine Tools, Small Tools, Gages And
Aircraft Motors." Louis 11. Kirsheman.
MEDICAL FACULTTY'and therapeutics, are in Washington
ATTEND MEETINGS attending the annual sessions of the
---- National Medical Research council.
Numerous medical meetings of Dr. Carl V. Weller, of the pathological
considerable instance which are being laboratories, will leave tomorrow for
held in different parts of the country Atlantic City where he will attend the
this. week and next, will be attended meeting of the Association of Amer-
by various members of the medical ican Physicians. Dr. Alfred S. War-
faculty of the University. thin, head of the pathological depart-
Dr. F. G. Novy, of the bacteriology ment, will preside at these sessions
department, and Dr. C. W. Edmunds, in the absence of the president. Dr.
of the department of materia medica Weller will present a paper on "The
E~ffects of Acute Alcoholism on the
Germ Cells."
W E E K . Patronize Daily Advertisers

$100,000 TO BE GIVEN Pro
Prof. Felix W. Pawlowski, head of mat
the department oi' aeronautical en- at I
gineering will leave this afternoon will
for New York city to attend a confer- fim
ence of the leading aeronautical au- Cre
thorities of the country for the pur- Upi
pose of arranging the details of the -
$100,000 Guggenheim safety aircraft
competition. The official start of the
competition will be made at a dinner
tomorrow night at the Yale club of
New York which is being held for the
delegates to the conference.
Prof. L. V. Kerber, holder of the
Guggenheim chair of applied aero- __
nautics at the University, will accom-
pany Professor Pawlowski.
The Guggenheim competition pro-
vides for a prize of $100,000 to be
awarded to the commercial plane
which will be judged safest, accord-
ing to special aerodynamic tests, to
which it will be subjected.
Professor Pawlowski returned sev-
eral days ago from Dayton, Ohio,
where a meeting of aeronautical offi-
cials was held under the auspices of
the department of commerce. The
conference was for the purpose of
discussing and arranging plans for
government testing and licensing of
commercial aircraft. Official delegates
invited to the conference represented
the army, navy, Bureau of Standards,
National Advisory Committee for
Aeronautics, University of Michigan,
New York university, Boston Tech,
Leland Stanford university, and Cal- (
ifornia Tech.
The group arranged that tests of
commercial aircraft be taken under
the Army Air Service method of test-
ing as outlined in the McCook Field
test manual which was written by
Prof. W. F. Gerhardt of the Univer-
sity, and revised and edited by Pro-
fessor Kerber.
St eamship Tickets on All Lines
At Regular Rates
3 c lass rates to BRITISh PORTS
$7 ' S0, RI' $150; FRANCE $90, RT $16-
HEJ;I i.CJM. $100, RT $IS;(); E;RMANX %
$1S, RT $175. Other Classes and Countries i
on appiceation.
CR USES to Mediterranean, including
Paris, London, Switzerland, Italy and Ger }
mnany, June 30 to September 1, $850 uip;'
North Cape Cruise, $347 up in cabin, much
ss in tOurjst cabin. Same cruise from
Europe. duration I r (lays, costs $95.
T ,)t2s. All expense personally con-
duicted, $255 up. All expenses afloat and
ashore, .37 days, $395; 61 dlays, $490; motor
tours $7 per day and up. Personally con-
ducted Tours to Alaska during June, July,
and August. Agent for Thos. Cook & Son,:
Amnerican Express, Franco Beltique, DIean
& I S aon tudents' Travel Club, Studcts'
l ntn-r +t Eonale, Pitmnan, Allen, Arts C'raft,,
11 'bbe1 Church and many other Tours,
A meri':,an L egiun Post Con'1vention T'ours. l
$65 and up. All11 Itrl; ''ave a con<Inc Wr.
Special discount to orsanizers of a party of S.
Make reservations N . Phone 6412.
Licensed, Bonded Authorized
Steamship Agency
Any Ship --- Any Line- Anywhe're c
ii E. I lurour St. Ann Arbor, Mich.
All Travelers' Checks
Baggage and Accident Insurance



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April 24-30
A prize of FIVE DOLLARS is offered by the Forestry Club for
the best guess at the age of the big white pine cross-section included in the
special exhibit illustrating Michigan forestry conditions.





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