THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Al LY OFFICI AL BUL L ET I N
blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
e University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
REMAINS OF DEATH SHIP GO TO.NEW YORK
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1927.
Vignal Water Color
Water colors, reproduced from the
originals, showing , architecture of
bridges in France from the time of
the Romans to the eighteenth century,
are now on display in the lobby of the
The originals were done by Piere
Vignal, famous French painter, and
are part of a portfolio consisting of 44
mechanical drawings and 35 black and
white pictures. Samuel Chamberlain,
instructor in the architectural school,
drew the black and white's with the
assistance of Louis Rosenberg.
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Philip Henry Kerr, secretary of the Rhodes Trust, will deliver an ad-
dress on "Present Problems of the British Empire" in the Natural Science
auditorium, Tuesday, October 4, at 4:15 p. m. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Rohbis.
There will be a meeting of the committee on the administration of theI
Brosseau Foundation at 1:30 p. m., We dnesday, Oct. 5, in room 2, University
Students who have applied for loans from this foundation should arrange
to appear before the committee at this time.
J. A. Bursley.
Faculty, College of Literature, Seleniee and the Arts:
The first meeting of the Faculty will be' held Monday, October 3, at 4:10
p. m. in room 2225 Angell Hall. Election of committee members.
John It. Effinger.
College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
All upper classmen who wish to re ceive the state teacher's certificate
upon graduation, juniors as well as seniors, should register as candidates with
the committee on the teacher's certificate. Additional office hours for this
purpose will be kept Monday, Wednesday and Friday, October 3, 5, and 7, from
3 to 5, in rooni 2026, Angell hall.
A. R. Crittenden.
Graduate students who have not filed an election card in the office of
the Graduate School, Room 1014 Angell Hall, should do so by Saturday of
Ohanges in election should be reported to the Graduate office. This
involves substitution of one course for another, dropping of courses, or adding
of courses to elections as formerly made. This is important as accurate re-
ports cannot be obtained at the end of the semester unless courses are prop-
erly elected. Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
"Ann Arbor's Unique Sand ich and Coffee Shop"
1108 SO. UNIVERSTY
Opposite Engineering Arch
This photo shows a section of one of the wings of Old Glory, trans-Atlantic monoplane 'which plunged into the
sea off Newfoundland with its pilots, Lloyd Bertaud and J. J. Hill, and passenger, Philip Payne. In the photo it
is being transferred at St. John's N. B. from the S. S. Kyle to the S. S. Silver City for shipment to New York. The
American flag painted on the wing may still plainly be seen.
AE RO PROFESSOR
EXPLAINS SCHLE E
SLUR ON AMERICA
SECRETARY WILBUR RETURNS FIRE'
OF REAR ADMIRAL IN STATEMENT
Enghneering leclanics 12:1
Dr. S. Timoshenko will meet those who are interested in his advanced
course, "The Theory of Elasticity," in room 340 West Engineering building,
at 7:45, Monday evening, October 3, 1927.
Dr. Timoshenko comes to the University after 20 years teaching experi-
ence in Kiev university and Petrograd Polytechnic institute. For the past five
-years he has been engaged as consulting engineer for the Westinghouse Elec-
tric and Manufacturing company, of Pittsburgh, Pa.
George W. Patterson.
- Tryouts for the cast of the first play will be held in Newberry Hall Sat-
urday morning, October 1, at 9 a. m. It is very important that all members be
Roy G. Curtis, President.
Women students of Child Psychology desire to observe (not experiment)
young children unde'r normal conditions. They will take responsibility and
care of children afternoons free of charge in exchange for the privilege of ob-
servation. Those interested call 8316.
Beatrice W. Johnson, Adviser of Women.
Work For Board:
Girls wanting to wait on table for board and also cash, please come and
see me at once. t
Beatrice W. Johnson, Adviser of Women.
Girls Wishing to Work For Room and Board:
There are a number of urgent calls for girls to work a reasonable amount
in private homes in exchange for their room and board. Please telephone me
Beatrice W. Johnson, Adviser of Women.
Athena Literary society will hold its first tryouts on Tuesday, October
4, in Athena rooms on' fourth floor Angell hall. Anyone desiring to try out
should report at 7:30 prepared to give a short talk of about three minutes
in length on any subject in which they are interested. Freshman girls are
especially urged to try out at this time.
Pauline E. Zoller, President.
Phi Lambda ipsilon:
The first meeting of Delta chapter will be held Monday, October 3, in
roomn 303 Chemistry building. All members are requested to attend, at 7:15
p. m. Rodney Shankland, President.
In commenting on the conduct. of
Schlee, recent round the world flyer,
in denouncing the United States gov-
ernment for lack of support and co-"
operation in his flight, and in compar-
ing the government's aid unfavorably
with that of foreign countries, Prof.
Felix W. Pawlowski, of the aeronau-
tical engineering department, said, "I
was honestly surprised when I read
Schlee's comment in a recent paper.
However, it seems to me that this is
plainly just an example of human
psychology. It seems natural for a
country to do more for a foreigner in
a case like'this than for one of its own1
ci'tizens. A 'man must pay for a
courtsey in his own country that is
expected gratis in another country.
Again, perhaps it is natural for a man
to demand more of his own coun-
try. Ile feels freer to ask. Then
when all of his demands are not com-
plied with, he feels that he is done
Schlee complained that he had to
buy maps in Washington of his course
over America and that corresponding
maps were given him free of charge
in foreign countries. Apart from the
question of psychology which I spoke
of earlier, it is the law in the United
State. that citizens must purchase
such maps from the Superintendent of
Public Documents in Washington. As
for myself, I have always been satis-
fled with the treatment accorded me
by the government of the United
States, he concluded.
KANSAS-Skull and Crescent hon-
orary sophomore society is attempti g
to make its members in fraternities
more of a power over freshmen.
(y Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Sept. 30.-Although
the critical magazine article by Rear
Admiral T. T. Mhrruder dealing Nfth
the Navy is officially a closed inci-
dent, Secretary Wilbur took occasion
to dig up one of the admiral's state-
ments concerning Navy yards and fire
a return salvo at it.
Without mentioning the admiral or
his article, Mr. Wilbur opposed Ma- I
gruder's suggestion that some of the
Atlantic coast be abolished with the
declaration that he regarded them as
much of a military adjunct as is a
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FRANCES M. JOHNSON, MARY LOUISE
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The Mimes Theatre Box Office will be open
for the advancg sale Friday, September 30th, at
10 A. M. All seats are reserved and priced at 75c.
Phone orders taken and held until six o'clock day