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D A I LY OFFICIAL BULLETI-N
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. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

UNI TED S TA TES AIRPLANE CARRIER, SARA T7OGA, is
COMPLETED AT COST OF $36,000,000 IN CAMI)EN DEC-INE IS SIIOWN INI
- - _ - __- r1T BR An UTO ALE

\VESLEYAN-Hiazhini ust stop; 2t
Wesleyan, according to President :;
L. McConaughy who declares th t
ifreshmen come to college to stun"~
and not to run errands for upper-'
classmen.
PITTSBURG-900 freshmen are P
ing psycho-analyzed at the University
of Pittsburgh.

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Notice in re (4ch e s nnulties :
The a(c;tI ,M nall membersof the Faca Ilt y who lby the term f tifIheir ap-
pointinon : v ol (I g l it~orirhase old age annunities or who ha ve the priv-
ilege of 1,u H a i a,,suTx a a flo is, is respect fully called to Olhe fact that the
annuity n: t '.,,iT]'Uk ,tli rs Insurance anad Aonaui Iy Association will be
Somewhat iz <':< ;d beginnling .1 a ii ualy 1, 1 928. Thiro will he an a pprecia ble
saving to a)lIw-1 heir ar:ngeitent s forLtaking an ntiti es before the
end of the preson 1 c ddiar year.
Sirley W. Sith l.
Ann Arbor Art Assoelalion:
Tphe Ainric a F} erat ioa of A rts Exhibit ion o: Water ( 'olois ropIresent-
inug the wvk o I adisg urolpean ia ad Amiferican artists opens Sunday after-
noon, Ieonbe th b e West, Gltlery, Alumni M~emorial H all. 'The exhibi-
tion clo:;(s Fridiay, liccceabcr 16.
. Brii cc i1I. lDonahdsol, IPresident.
Action OAh dm~'rl v ih ~aurd, Colley;e, of Liteaatur., science and the.
Arts:
'The Adin istrsatlyc Board at a meeting held November 30, decided to
suspend for the remainder of the semester Sherwood Upton, '31, for improper
conduct in a written dui;; in m-athematics, and titanord L. Trenhaft, '30, for
improper conduct in a mair?;semester cx:aminatlon in Geology.
The make-up cx.a aiaticii on the mid-term blue book will he held Monday
afternoon, December 5, in roonm 4061 of National Science Building (fourth
floor, N. E. corner).
IV. It. hobbs.

I edfI'al Rkeserv e B atikc Figures Show
D~rop Ito umber Of New Cars
ii Stales 110011s
TRUCK PRODUCTION RISES

DE'YTROIT, Dec. 2.

Automobile I

This is the U.S.S. Saratoga., 35,000-ton airplane carrier, costing $36,000,000, as she appears upon comnpletion at
Camden, N.J. A sister vessel also soon Joins the navy.j
MENACE OF FOG AT SEA IS Increases In Use OfI
REDUCED BY RADIO BEACONS Public Park-s Shown

"..les inl tho middle wvest, wholesale
amid retail, declined during thle month
c.f 'October' from the p~recedin~g month
I -ad from the, reports of October and
,ejitenbt r of the year before, accord-
ing to the monthly business conditions
report of the Federal Reserve bank of
Chicago, issued recently.
The number of new cars on hand
Oct. 31 was smaller than a month
previous or a year ago, the report
said, while thme value declined from
S~ptember but gained slightly over
Oct. 31 of last year.
The report turther says that the
oufpuat of passenger automobiles in
tb)e United States by members of the
INationial Automobile Chamber of Coin-
mler'ce aggregat ed I185,706 for October,
or- a 1 7.4 decrease from September
and 5.1 per cent under a year ago.
Hlowever truck production totaled
j85,586, an increase of 9.1 per1 cent over
th~e preceding month and 35 per cent
oiver October, 1926.
R ep~orts from manufacturing plants
ifliliciltO an improvement in the in-
'(lustrial siuation in October, the
lhankc report said, a- larige number of
concern; agai working on normal
timea schaeduale after curtailments dur-
ilit the preceding month. An increase
of 2 per cent Iin ttai~1l payrollswas}
rea'pom'ted, all indiust ries except the!
vehicles iad food products groups
j hlow~'i ug gainis.
i~lnd jug the D istrict of Columbia,
rint a number from Canada and Pan-
aama. Thle state operates 48 camps
scattered throughout the beauty spots.

Three layers of
delightful ice
cream in this
brick, made only
as the Ann Arbor
Dairy knows how!
VANILLA
ORAN+ E ICE
MAPLE NUT
Your fountain has it--or get
it 'at the Dairy.
ANN ARBOR
DAIRY
COMPANY

4 J0,11(y amnd Second~ Semeser Sophomore Wor'eti:
Fir .t Itryouts for the Junior Girls P lay will be held next week according to
he-following program : Tuesday from 4 to 06 &lclo in Unriversity hall audi-
forium; 'I'uisday from 4 to 6i o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell hall; Friday
lo omn 4 to ii 'clock, lla{ce to be announced1 later in The Daily; Sat urday morn-
ing froin . to 1 2 o'clock inl Sarah Caswell Angell ha1. All junior and second-
siest cv sophomore,%Women wilo are coidltent of l heir eligibility fo next
semester, and w>ho have paidl the cass tax of one dollar, are eligible to try
cut. Watch the Dlaily' for any changes o time or place of tryouts.
Flizabeth WC1lintai.
Sct'uer I Desigun tondes, Jutn ior Women:
Tlhere will be a meeting ini the east parlor at Barbour Gyxmnasium at 3 :15
o'cloc.k Tuesday a fternoon, for womn 'n wo are interested in designing scenery
for the Jnior Girls Play,
Flizblet ij Welliman.
All the members are irequested to meet at Rentsler Studio at 2 p.m.,
sharp today.
FEllclion of club officers will be held in Wesley Hall this evening at 7 :30
o'clock.
Yan 1'. Tisang, President.
Scph1w2 mre Circus :
'Ilie annual Sophomore Circus will be given Saturday at 10:30, 8 and 8
o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall of Barbour Gymnasium.
_______Dorothy McKee, Chairman.
Amne ric an Flyers Seek To Break World
Duration Flight Mark Held By Germans
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CGcorg A e \js I c , 'amd Iois G..7ata~rnon, Anli.'rc Uf pilots, seek to
break time world'; (iiatonl-I igit record held by G ermany, in a AWright-er-
gie F111~i'iiao]-Duct(roj01' 10 Inepla ne.The will take oft from Curt is Field, I
l.lin .a fecwdays.
Monks of fhlie Bnedict ine Order are l'1lTSRBURGI1 According to a re-,
rebuilding thle abhbey of. Tuckfast inl pert of the eans of the variousJ
IDevomiire, Engiaind, on the exact r(hools, more than 200 stuents areI
rpot W'leCrii t 00(1ood befoeit \wa)s followingI le professions of their
cost oyed 1000) years ago. fat hers.
Phone 4300
+ Cur thorough Dry Cleaning
! ~removes all trace of moths-
having your garments cleaned
£ regularly-and before storing
-is sound moth insurance.
REPA IRING, REMODELING
All garments insured w'hle in our possession.
Y iT I :l . ~:. ve 1 Fl o~'sa li.-.

Fog, the great est mienace to naviga - and thereby synchronizing the supplle-
tiomi since the earliest marit ine history, ' nent ary lIir hts with the flash oif the;
is being conquered by modlern science, beacon. Airway strucur eet lin" u m 11-
_ bered on a mileage ha sis for idlent ifica-
the annual report of the comimS~iner; tion of loc°al 01 io i Hrmespect to the
of light houses, Ge orge It. Putnam, re- a ir-way the standard 'airway tower 1
weals. hiaving. been imprioved so as to bhen- .i
This is being accomplished by the im'ely' suit able for H ie piurpose.
emrployinit of Iwo mechanical de- ___ ---_

("ompass. T be iradio beaconl, located
at strategic poinits along; the coast,
automatically tranismits signals whichl
are caught and recorded by the radio

1)ana Returns After
Week's Trip In Ea-.st

compass enabling the navigator to Samuel T. Dana, clean of the School
know at all times his exac~t bearings, iof' Forestry and Conservation retui'ned
It is estinmated that radio compasses yetraIfe ek't~l hog
are niow in use on over a thousand{
commeicial vessels, besides a large the East. Ilie visited New' York,
number of naval cra ft. Boston, 'Washington and also returned

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IFigures r'ecenmtly tSupliied by the
state department of conservation
shown that there wvas a total attend-
sam on0tf 5,10U7,1 a people at thle st ate
parks duirg '1)27. TFi i s an increase
of 45.5 filer dont o ':-'tdie anmouii I of
visit ors in 15)26. Of th1is rnmbr 128,,
14 were ca n pos,.');-,785 caul?mh- e
1)1011, lie.siderls of \Iilrinn who r o i-
st tS'er(1at, I Ime camnps ii a mu Iwre d t98,--
927, wle Dilrt -of-St e visitors
unimnted( to 7.S60 peolet.
The carnipeirs we2 i per cent of2tthe
total at tend(ance, wvhereas ini 1'26 tlhex'
werie only 8 ncr ('c21t. All 48 of Jii
stat er in the union were .representcd

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At the present time the lighthouse
service is operating 45 of these radioI
beacons and 13 more ar'e being com-
pleted. During the last fiscal year',
the report shows, radio beacons were
installed for the first time in Alaska
and the Hawaiian Islands.
The most important new construc-
tion project undertaken by the light-
house ser'vice during the last fiscal
year, the report shows, was the build-
ing of a primary light and fog signal
station on Lansing shoal, near the
northern end of Lake Michigan, to
take the place of a light ship.
Many improvements in airway ap-
paratus and structures were accom-
plished. One of the most outstanding
of these improvements was the addi-
tion to the 24-inch rotating airway
beacon of flashing mechanism form,
idlentfying lights, using the motor ofi
the beacon for the driving mechanism
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"Aron Arbor's Uniquc Sar,
ll 1100 SO. VNITERSITY

to the NortheasteriExper'iment sta-Cy . +.
tion at Amherst, Mass., of which heI --
was dlirector for a number' of years.;
While in the East, Dean Dana con-
sulted with members of a committee
of the Society of American Foresters
regarding research fellowships is
forestry. Dean Dana is a member of
this committee.a n
YALE-A four year course in naval
lished at Yale university which will As
qualify anyone having completed it
for a commission in the United States
Navy.
potSn ernghssgaue E S
HARVARD-The treasure room ofLHE
the Widener library of Harvard uni-
versity has acquired a valuable copy
of Milton's poems, once possessetd by
iamal Taylor Coleridge, theEiglish Wot n ern i intr.r Mll " donm en
THE MOST COMPLETE MLT LINE IN THE CITY AND
.ATL THE LOWEST PRICES
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any breakfast and a dominant
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We believe that the high quality
of our coffee reflects the gen-
eral atmosphere of the place.
Our coffee is packed expressly '
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