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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NIAY 23, 1 27

T SATUflDAY, MAY 28. 1927

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D AIlLY O FF ICIA L BU LL E TIN
Publication 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. SaturdaysT. Copy must be typewritten.

ENGINEERS LOWER HUGE BRIDGE SPAN ON TO BARGES I
MOVING IT ELEVEN MILES DOWN ALLEGHENY RIVER

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TOLUMiIE VII

4'ArjiTU)DAY, MAY 289 1;307

'NUMBER 17-1

*Geology:
Make-up laboratory periods in Geology 31 will be held on Tuesday, May
31st, and Wednesday, June 1st, from 3:00 to 5:00 o'clock.
Robt. B. :eweoibe.
University of Michigan Band:
Meet at Morris Hall at 2:00 in Uniform to play for the Baseball Game.
In case Michigan wins the Conference Track Meet, those members that can
will be asked to turn out for the free show that will be given in Hill Audi-
torium at 9 o'clock tonight.
Paul F. Schlanderer, Student Manager.
University of Micligan Band:
Will the following men please report to Geo. Moe on North University
and give him your sweater size: Canfield, Van Weelden, Hoffman, Bliesmer,
Larson, Giles, Saxton, LaRowe, Orr, Russell, McCune, Wertenberger, Gil-
bert, Green, Burd, Blair, Fairhead, Watts, Reglien, Curtiss, Bell, Carr,
North, Schultz, Silvernale, Decrausaz, Winslow, Bradley, McConochie, Big-
low, Delp, Waldo, Kleckner, Brown, and Langham. It is very important
that this measurement be taken on Saturday.
Paul F. Sehlanderer, Student Manager

DECORATION DAY
DANCES
SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND MONDAY
NIGHTS
SUNDAY AND MONDAY MATINEES
MCKINNEY'S
FAMOUS
COTTON
PICKERS
r _ , _PLAYING

Alblon College Alumni:
<There will be an in
Albion College at the h
Parkway, Tuesday even
will please call Mrs. W
Secretary, Wm. B. Buck
will be present.
Research Clu
Memorials F
Members Of
Memorials to the la
Hussey, Dean Lloyd,
Kelsey were-read at th
of the Research club.
these men were active
of the club. The mem
follows:.
"In the deaths of Wi
sey, Alfred H. Lloyd, a]
Kelsey the Research cl
loss of three most distin
bers, who were not only
workers, but were even
for their promotion of
of the facilities for rese
"Professor Willia vJ
achieved internationa
through his contributio
my, especially in the fi
stars, and brought his
the University of Mich
point where it was reg
of the foremost in hisf
United States. Produc
forts in the direction of
research are found in th
the observatory of the
Michigan, the now act
observatory, and Lamon
servatory in process of
South Africa. Product
search are found in th
the Lick, the La Plata,
troit observatories, and
ibiy'more than one hu
in various astronomica
"Dean Alfred Henryl
osopher who pondered
of ultimate being and inr
gress in ordering man
of them, had an influenc
which can not be mea
five books and nume
published by him. Asf
he gave every encourag
promotion and publicat
tigations in every fiel
many innovations in org
in obtaining funds that
assistance in themsel
precedents that promise
future.
"Prof. Francis Willey
elected to the Researc
recent years, though le
known as an able scho
less worker both in o
search and in gathering
it. His most conspic
ment during his earlie
the establishment of the
Michigan Studies, Hum
of which the 21st voluni
this year. His own pu
were either text books o
two of which however,
sey, "Pompeii," and H
"Law of War and Peac
much original work.
research work, however
shorter papers, which a
various classical journ
he organized the Near
tion of the University,
ready made Michigan th
erican university in its
papyri,manuscripts,aan'
ical material. The valu
search which his efforts
ioned -and will continue
sible can not be over e
PLANS APPR(
FOR PLANE
ACROSS CO
(By Associated P
WASHINGTON, May
tional Aeronautic associ
day, approved plans for

from New York to Spoka
ton, to start September
totaling $33,000. The pr
sored by Spokane busin
an invitation to compete
to Captain Lindbergh.
Prizes totalling $3,500

formal gathering of alumni and former students ofI
ome of Dr. and Mrs. Carl V. Weller, 1130 Fairoaks
ing, May 31, at 7:45 o'clock. Those who can come
Teller at 9348. President John Seaton and Alumni
will be present. It is hoped that a large number
C. H. Stocking.
b Reads, HISTORICAL GROUP'
rLateGIVES THOUSANDS
or IN SCHOLARSHIPS
Faculty
Sixteen fields of research and pub-
ate Professor licationncomprise a great co-opera-
and Professor tive program- of scholarship outlinedl
e last meeting for the American Historical associa-
All three of tion and made public by the associa-
in the affairs. tion's national endowment committee.!
aorials are as To promote through scientific in-
quiry "American history and history!
illiam J. Hus- in America," the associatio plans
nd Francis W. to spend a total annual income of
ab mourns the $70,000. Of this anount, $50,000 will
iguished mem- arise from a $1,000,000 endowment
able research now being raised by the committee,
better known of which former Sen. Albert J. Bev-
research and eridge of Indiana, was chairman until
arch. his death. From memberships, roy-
oseph Hussey alties, etc., it is proposed to secure
1 distinction $20,000.
ns to astrono- More than 50 city and state endow-
ield of binary n.a'nt committees are at work all over
department in the country. A Michigan committee
iigan to the is headed by William L. Clements of
;arded as one Bay City, donor of the Clements Li-
subject in the brary of Americana to the University
ts of his ef- of Michigan.
provision for History investigation will be con-
te additions to ducted, it is said, on a scale never
University of before attempted in this country. At
ive La Plata the outset, there will be "a compre-
t Southern ob- hensive survey of the field of Airer-
erection in ican history" calling, for an expendi-
ts of his re- ture of $4,000. This survey will be
e volumes of made by a committee composed of
and the De- leading scholars to determine what
in consider- subjects are most in need of further
andred papers study.
I journals. For grants to scholars engaged in
Lloyd, a phil- special research it is planned to spend
the problems $2,500. "These small grants will en-
ade great pro- able individual scholars to meet the
's conception burdenson'e expenses of research on
e on research their chosen subjects," it is explained.
sured by the "It is contemplated that these subjects
rous articles may be in any field of, history and
graduate dean that a committee of leading scholars
Bement to the shall elect the recipients on the basis
ion of inves- of their demonstrated competence and
d and made the importance of their subjects."
;anization and
were of great
yes and set
much for the I OPTICAL
Kelsey was DEPARTMENT
h club within Lenses and Frames
had long been ,ade to rder

Dancing at Its Best. Gorgeous-
ly Beautiful Ballroom. Music
Supreme. Superb Dance Floor.
Come early in the afternopn and
remain until the nght dance is
over. Delicious lunches and hot
and cold beverages served.
BLUE LANTERN
Island Lake
Michigan's Grandest Ballroom

Photo of a span of the Sixth Street bridge over the Allegheny ri ver at Pittsburgh, Pa., being low-
ered on barges to be m'oved down t he Allegheny and Ohio rivers for el even miles to be used in a bridge
over a back channel between Coraopolis and Neville Island, at. the lower end of Pittsburgh harbor. A larger
span replaces it over the Allegheny.

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EXCHANGE NOTES
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MINNEAPOLIS - Candidates f o r a library of 250,000 volumes, class-
campus office at the University of rooms, offices, dining rooms, and an au-
Minnesota who "also ran" have a ditorium. There will be a practice court
unique honor society.M embers of Eta room and judge's chambers on the
Beta which calls itself a sympathetic: first floor. To develop an intimate
fraternity for those who have almost, sense of interest in legal problems, the
but not quite basked in the kindly men will live together. The univer-
light of fame annually choose 13 from sity plans to get the buildings under
among the men, students who have way within a year.
been unsuccessful aspirants for a ma-
jor campus position. The selections MARYLAND -Seeking redress for
are posted on the campus gate at mid- damages incurred at the recent fresh-
night. man banquet of Johns Hopkins Uni-
versity .held in Annapolis, the caterer
CONNECTICUT - Y a l e University has sent bills to the treasurers of
has announced plans for the new law both the freshman and sophomore
buildings which are the gifts of the I classes.
Trustees of the estate of J. W. Ster-
ling, an eminent lawyer of New York POMONA - A system of voluntary
City. The buildings will contain dor- class attendance has been instituted
mitory accommodations for 238 men, here.

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Plate printing, $1.75 per One Hundred.
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attraction of really good ice cream and fountain
preparations in this hot weather and has made a
special effort to procure the very best of everything
for you. Delicious, cooling dishes are waiting to
relieve that hot, sticky feeling that comes in these
days.
Attractive warm weather luncheons are now on
our menus to tempt you. Try us once and it will
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REKETnE'S 5 1
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Alar and tire-
rganizing re-
material for
uous achieve-x
r period was!
University of
anistic Series,
ve will appear
blished books
r translations,
the Mau-Kel-
lugo Grotius,
ee," contained
Most of his
, is found in
ppeared in the
als. In 1920
East expedi-
which has al-
e leading Am-
collections of
d archaeolog-
.0 of the re-
have occas-
to make pos- i
stimated."
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at a close. You have gained some valuable experience
and absorbed a large amount of knowledge which you
will make use of in your life.
In the same way that you store up knowledge and
experience, to apply in solving the questions of life, you
should store away a certain amount of money to meet

unexpected demands. If you start the policy of saving
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