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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ATFRDAY 19, 192 7

PA(IE ~flT SA.......F..UA.Y 9, 192

DAILY OFFICIAL 'BULLETIN ' Subjects Are Rushiig For Protectionfi
Publicarion in the Blulletin is conlstructive noticec to ail members orf a
the University. Copy received1 by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m, (11:30 a. in. S3aturdays). Copy must be typewritteno
vOLU31l vi SAvrUIAYV, FEBIIU RIIY 19, 14)27 _MliMIR 95. N {(d
Fraternity Presdents : r w .v
You are requestedi to call it te Oflice of ti leaN Iof Studenits, lI so '^:".S.
2, University H-all, not later than Momiay. February 21. Ktindly be pre-
pared to fill out the fraternity report for the first semester, including the . Zr r' v, ;< J
° ° ;X:. Y
following information:
(1) Names of new officers forl second(1 semes.ter.' . , , '+Er .J( ',, . } ... a
(2) Name of the Chtairmnan Of the CAluni? lComm:2itt°e and his : ..ddr' _ >. K.
(3) Faculty advisor.
(4) Names of all active members during the first semester.}
At the time you call you may receive the report on thle inspct oni ofs
your fraternity' .cf"
J. A. llursiey, )eanl. y4 s
Faculty, College of Literature, Sine adteAr'ts:p
Second semester program blanks have been iplaced in the Mlessenger}.> w
Boxes. It is requested that these be filled] out and returnedl to t he Deanis / ; f i W :.} Y
ofiice as 8oon as possible.-"a
John aI. EfCiger.
i.~e iid iigs and ; roan k & iithe LIi t ish conulate in Shanghai. To this
S. C. A. Schedule iMeetings Which III. Shewood Eddy Will Addres While s :pot lint sh stIldo,!ts il China have been rushing for protection.
In Ann Arbor: _- -- _._ -.
1. Sunday-February 20th-S :00 P. it-h ill A uditoriuma
Subject: "The Challenge of the Present World Situation." OL A S O M R C R E N
2. , onday-February 214-4:*15 P. 31 -'vatstiral Sciencve A ud it hriu it DISPLAYE D AT CLEMENTS LIBRARY1
Subject: "Dare We Think?"
3. Tuesday-February 22d-10:30) A. 31,-11111 Auditorliunt t~n aeodmp ieryvygst h ot es n a
A Debate on the prevention of war. Messrs. Holbs andl Reed verus Aenica mrade oby Taniosgograhrs noyaesros(lte onuthseadirctins ofs
. Mr. Eddy.IAmrcmaebfaosgqrpei u e-udaao th dieinsf
.' ..1It.(rafton. wind currents as well as a chart show-
of thne sixte''int h , se vetent h and,
,iug the different astronomical concep-
eight enth (cenies aiar on (display n tions of the universe and solar bystem.
Extra Concert: .the William I,. C(IQ'14l1)t 5lhbrary. Mii' woDackrtyap o1128an 15
The following program will 1)e given by the Detroit Symphony Orches- IoDtce aso 78ad15
tra in the Extra Concert Series, H-ill Auditorium, Mondayeenng b'erur of these maps ar e crude burt of aniqueI respectively, and one by Sanson dated
21st, at 8:00 o'clock: Overture ""Midsummer Night's Dream" (Mendelsoli) ; d5 i hi~n ~Jtltl 'fOj) 64so aionaa nilnl h
Third. Symphony (Eroica) in E flat, 01. 55 (Beethoven) ; intermezzi (ol-f the (hSCoverers and c exploes lhad of flatter map being the first to show New
doniani, Op. 127 ( for strings) (Rossi) ; Overture "William Tell'' (Rossini), the Teal sizeY.Oal xL ent (e' the nrew!Zaad aycloe itrso h
(harles A. ;pin, ereta ry. coninnt. ypes of savages are on these maps. -
______________________The world nmani of John Huysch, Mat her Seter's map of 1750 is quite
Choral Union Ushers: date 1507, was the first o indicate accurate from south of the present
All Ushers are requested to report at -Till Auditorium by 7:30 Monday' America, and appIearedl in Ptolemy s! northern boundary of the United
evening, February 21st, for, the concert by Detroit Symphony Orchestra. geography ti. Iomie. A1 160 map of ;States, and outlines inx colors the
W. A. D)avenpor, Asst. Sup, Buildhi gs anid (GrOttids Dept. the world by Bi'aeuw of Amsterdam Spanish, French and British posses-
,______ ______ clearly inicates the dsociries of lios. Zunerus's map, 1709, is sone-
Re hoset Sappd:Columbus and Vepucci but gives thei what similar to Seuter's. A map of
The following are requested to appear for further tryout il University ;North Americon conl!irent extraordi- New York colony shows the location,
I-Tall Auditorium, Monday, at 4:00 P. MW.:' Const ance Kidder, Leone Lee, IKen- nary width, with only a narrow than-j of many estates of the patroons and
neth King, James Doll, Boice Gross, Donald Gary, M4iriam Slker, Sophia ne separating it fom As ia . Shis, Indian tribes.,In one corner is a pi-
S Stolarski, Tybel Burman, Jean Curree, Marshall Levy, Harvey Lodge, Carl tlcolphins ,ea0i-5('llpelts and other queerj tune of Manhattan island as it appear-
Kraatz, Robert Caine, Manning Green, Morris Zwerdlin.g, Samuel Bon ell, crrC'attre5 adorn the ocea n part of the' ed at that time. A map of northern
Dorothy Lyons, Robert Wetzel, Edward Deane. nmap, while the ides nave colored ii- United States and Canada calls the
Daivid Owen. lustrations of fihe sev en wonders of lreset Lake Michigan, Illinois, while)1
______________________tle a ncent world ; the four elements; I Lake H uron is named lac du Michigan
Univrsiy ofM~cIiign Bnd:the four seasons and all the planetet I [uaron. Lak Erie is not on the
Formation today, 7:05 P. Al., Yost Field Houase, to play for baskoetball 'TheCain map (Of'1 6 was te first nmap at all . It was made at Paris from
gam wih uifom.effot to nlace the continents in t)eir the reports of La Salle, Joiet and seve-1
Paul F. Sc hlanderi. jcorrect reative positionls using data ,,if Jesuit priests. The map also indi-
________ ______baosed en u'-I vnom ic l elw rvattions. ctes the kind of gamne found in dif-
-ens-Eutaioal1l1bvOnyIwo c opie- of it exhis, thTe one in ferent regions and pictures an alli-
The Men's Educational Club will meet Monday, Feb. 21, 1927, at 7:00 tie Aill lmL. Clemenit ; lirary the jgot or near a body of water approxi-
PM.(Sharp) in room 304 of Michigan uion othier at twhi blioth' (pi Naijonale aC mat ely the Lake of the Woods. An
Prf.RaPicplo h nvriyHigh School will paionl the i aris l as t shows the southern part of thel
Prote. RyansPrincipaldeofathe tUniversity
subject "Who's a Duinbell?". All men interested in Education are urged A Zat ertus mrap 1 thatappseained In l~q01Sae ihte(et fteM
Election of o ficers for second semester will e held at this time play. The s e Lar y at lases a e so ra eI rate s the inrs e t cf om the(, main s pa r
a. I. Cooier', 1resident that the Italian government has for-; of the mapj
"_________h___ idIdn he exportlation of them onl thei One atlas shows enlarged maps of
Monda Eveing )rana Setion grounds that they are a national treas- Newv:Netherlands and o1' New England,4
The Monday Evening Dramna Sect ion of thre Faculty Wiomani's Clbi rue. Ihkis apg (oles Wiit show \'ally, another thle Pacific side of Mexico -
wil (met ondy eenigFebuar 21 attheclu husouse, lakes; n;, ndc Japan as la5lnamngnumriu(vilagseivrsbyd aalnsmallllinaming numerousof il l villagesuntins riverstmapoande it
____________Calironian andF lonidan luisuel:,"1''' of Mexico is dated 1524. It shows the~t
liitheraiy Woen: pictured as Being very irregular n Aztec arrangement of their buildinw;s
The Candy Booth schedule for ithis senest in' has not been, c(omlete . oat-fuA0(6Frihin1) o 1s,5n sres.Baews135mpoI
ayt. The following hours are vacant : M1\liay at 11, 2, 3, and 4,;glues- a great ]sheilloin tr'al roa of Southl Virginia is inaceurate as to the I)0i-
(lylta0,12 2at 10, 12,e _2at, a d3,; Th rs ay at1 1, ,andl 4,;a ai IIWednesdaisy m't a 0 C eap ak.hy,1nl nin
4; Friday at 11 and 3; Saturday at 9, 10, and l1.l'ciZA. It al 0 indicltien the r .:ner has an illustration of an In-',
Freshmen are eligible for this work. Ally one who 16in it tr'std is ro- !rioute followed Iy n, Cai u Cook on h;i (hailcuncllil chamber .-
quested to call Laura Joslyn," 2-2217... . . . . . .. . ..T.
El izabet 4el_'IOWA P ROFESSOR %.SAYS RADIO IS
Litte T Adres LevesTo' TO BE GREAT EDUCATIONAL FACTOR
GroupOf Pariotsi In est' rate n It l-7 ;1048%lAC('11, ito.,Pe.1i .- Rdi)i }is roalc alt at prsent from Ioa's
G ro p O P a rio s iIn v sti ate In tal (estined It!) lc i'o " one o t ' '- <rate t;"('olege" f the theidea.o
Presidnet Clarence Cooks Little will j Wtilliam W. Bishop, librarian of the , frce e I ly dasoo awa
a d r, ,te a n u l m e t n f t h e U i v e r1 s i t y l i b r a r y , l ft , A n n A r b o r i n i t s h i ; i g p , 1 n -," , i C : ) ( d i l ; , t o A , p ur~~ s ~ l l lv e o r' Ve i e r a l m
. ,d.wI.ud eyor of nter ain ent!addr ssoilebnnu l nur t n of th tm e w ill leadl to the adptation of,
Washtenaw chapter of tlae Sons of y esterd ay and will sail for 5j ci]ta tie inveitioni to eutctioal purlip5se,
4. YLNw okhb.2,oil the Mli- Professor' Laner believes. Broad a
American Revolution at a dinner' t l~ ,~
reta:nia an(d"xwill rettirn lte in the grid ini (hi~r0oh the radiho comie ponl-' ing possesses almost unlimited 10
wihwlbehlatf:5ocokolspring;. once courses )broadcasttiom te uni- biities for edteational avancement,!
Tuesday, Feb. 22, at the Union. ! MrI'Bishop) has been appointed as a versiy sation WSUI ,ka serv~ce which sI e says. Courses ranging for life in-
Compatriots are requested.,lby W.i representative of thne Carnegie Endow- is already entering upon, its thi d suranee to magazine writing are of-
W. Florrer, secretary of the or an- ment for International Peace to visit' successive y er of activity. Seven I1feed by the extension school une
ization, to assemble, at 6 o'clock be-I Italy to stuffy its educational andj courses for which regular colloee the present curriculum and expansion

Fore. the, dinner, at which time oic- ' cultural conditions, partictulaily with c'redit is gigei! to rev 'O15 i'0bingil( te fields is planned.f
ers will be 'elected and some buiess0 rgard to the onraiiZation and use of .- ________ --_ _________
transacted. great libraries, both learned and :[1111111111E,11111111im l1111i1111111111i 161liiill'
public.j=I
MEXICO CITY.-Mexico's new see-Ca de
retary of the treasury, Manuel Montes, LENINGRAD.-A. J. Cook, general' BetSA IRossCa de
de Oca, said Mexico would fulfill her secretary of the British Miners' Fed- =.
obligations under the Lamont-Tani oration, has been elected an honorary3
agreement on Mexico's foreign debts. member of the Leningrad Soviet. '.Always Fresh
w /FPcked Daily
Yes,! Real tender juicy steak served with, French 'fried potatoes, 70C to $1.00
vegetables and dessert at the most reasonable price in town. f
Aar APRQR, JIEST1AUIIRANT -f.
215 South i1fain St.Bes k ss S o

1lpc dva~ii('Cincflt lofeduOltoill hit'' wvithiithe compail'. IEtAI-FnneMiitr1l'inl-
.stt unt ions duri'ingr>cenit years is dtue cTickets f tpforolu;iriance onmight rich Koehllol. said fhile nerl co n-
the almost total disappearance of are nIow 'On saeIt !the ;oxo)fic oftomit situation inl emnlwstx
te "factory st amp"'' typeOof edu('it.iol, the NVIliitney 't haiter. . triemely :iit
cording to the theory expressed tby'
i'otossot- Lauter-, ne llil togin the moe'
it isfact (liv (ha iaicl ci' (ifthe triaioin ;
,fstuden ots gl'dalted from p resenlt
ay schools. A tiuc' balIa nce of Sticnt-
yat ilitarian ce'.t ses with t hose of aI FR E SH
andeyt cutltulral natuire is credite0(
ith the imprnovemlent. nii~s

lay Arlen's 'The
,jreen Hat" Tonight
"The Green Hat," a play by M~ichael
i-hen in which Katherine Cornell won
nsiderable recognifion, 'will be pre-
nted at' the Whitney theater tonight.!
iatherine Cornell, who is at pres-ent.
laying in Detroit, will' not appear
'ith the company here, butt Emmia'
taff, Leonard Lord(, Courtney Travers,
Ind1 Geraldine Browning will come

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