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DAILY -OFF ICIAL BULLETIN
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. Saturday.)

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SATURDAY, FEBRi

UVA RY 2 5. Numiber 109~.

SUBMARINE DESIGNERS
FIN INSIDE'IS E
FOR INSURING SAFETY
IMPROVEI' ENT IARIN NARROW
IUE TO TECHNICAL DETAILS,
INVESTIGATORS FIND
NO DEVICE. AVAIL ABLE

Returns For Battle
4 C TANSEROF ONY~ 1hiney Theatre
I Tea0t DI"lome Coimittee Traces
Nearly $*,000,0U0) Of - Missing ____
Suimi Of $3,000,000Cr

4riiiers, Literature, Science and The Arts:
Seniors who wish to meet representatives of the General Electric Com-
pny please fill out blanks in Room 201 Mason Hall. Mr. Frederick will be in
the Union March 1 and 2.
IV. E. Parker.
Sociology 141:.
Makeup final examination in Sociology 141 will be held in Room 102
Economics Building, Monday, February 27, at 3 o'clock.
A. E. Wood.
University Symphony Orchestra Ccne rt:
The University Symphony Orchestra, Samuel Pierson Lockwood, con-
ductor, Mabel Ross Rhead, piano soloist, will give the following program in
Hill Auditorium, Sunday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. The general public is
requested respectfully tocome on time. No admission charge.
Delibes: Two dances from the Ballet "Coppelia;" Gade: Octet, F major,
Op. 17 (played by string orchestra); Stanford: Irish Rhapsody, No. 1, D
minor Op. 78; Saint-Saens: Concerto No. 2, G minor, Op. 22.
Charles A. Sink.
Reserve Band:
Rehearsal at the Band Hall this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock sharp.
Nicholas D. Falcone, Director.

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Tryouts for the 'Varsity and Reserve Bands:3
Try-outs for both bands will be held this afternoon (Saturday,
February 25) at the Band Hall at 1:30 o'clock. Snare drum, bass drum, and
cymbal players are especially asked to report. Through an error, try-outs
were called on a Friday afternoon a few weeks ago. If you reported at that
time, please report again this afternoon.
Nicholas D. Falcone, Director.
University of Mlichigan 'Varsity Band:
Formation Saturday night (tonight) at the Field House at 7 o'clock
sharp. Bring coupon books. Please remember that attendance will be taken
at this formation and that each absence means a fide and lessens the chances
for an award that might otherwise be received at the end of the year. Re-
serve March 2 (broadcasting) and March 8 (Royal Oak trip).
Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Assistant Manager.
Phi Kappa Phi:
There will be a'n initiation dinner of the Michigan Chapter of the Honcr-
ary Society .of Phi Kappa Phi in the Michigan Union at 6:30 o'clock, Febru-
ary 25, 1928, to which all members in residence are invited.
R. S. Swinton, Secretary.
Tau Beta Pi:
A special meeting will be held at the Union Sunday, February 26, 1928, at
12 o'clock. Very important.
L. ). Weston, Secretary.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
The exhibition of paintings selected from the fortieth Annual American
Exhibition in the Art Institute of Chicago is open every afternoon this week.
Sunday, March 4, is the last day.
Bruce 31. Donaldson, President.
GEOLOGY AND GEOGRAPH Y SUMMER
STUDENTS TO MEET AT LEXINGTON"

,In I1 AL jguminous transcript of testimony be-
Would Ental Vnj1ustifjaie Sacrifice r fore the senate Teapot Dome corn-
Of seflness Of Submarines mittee nov shows that so far as cold
figures are concerned the investiga-
(ors are getting along in their trac-
(HNy AssFae P2 ing of the $3,080,000 profits of
WASHINGTON, Feb. 24.-Greater the Continental Trading Co. of Can-'
safety for submarine crews must beot ee y
found inside, not outside, the sub- fr Those profits, represented by Lib-
mersibles themselves, in the judgment werty lbonds, surang from the com-
of the government's most experienced pany's purchase and resale of Amer-
submarine designers. *ian cil, on a contract guaranteed by
Harry F. Sinclair, Teapot Dome les-
Already, they declare, American see, and a few associates, and the
undersea boats have inherent factors committee now has fairly defin:L'
of safety little realized by the public, clews to what became of something
which leave only a narrow margin for like $1,800,000 of the total.
aimprovement on the basis of any The newest informaion has come
scintiic act no knwn.from' counsel for 11. M. Blackmner,
1 Fully 90 per cent of the 2,500 sug-mssng wtness in theMFallincla
gestions for safety devices received missig tnin the Sinlr
since the S-4 went down off Province- conspiracy trial. Karl C. Schuyler of
town, Mass., last month, with 40 men,D---e m ee urs
have to do with outside assistance and day that Blackmer, who once was
give little or no consideration to the chairman of the board of the Mid-
extremely complex calculations which west Refining Co. and one of those
enter into the construction and opera- iJames1 . ladsworhll who guaranteed the Continental's
tion of submarines. Many would add Political leader who has been va- contract, got $750,000 of the latter
weight to the top of the ship, in- cationing abroad, returns to the eoncern's profits. Blackmer has been
1 crcasing the danger of capsizing, United States for pre-convention ac- in Europe for some months, refus-
which, although an ever present tivities. He is snaped on his arri- to answer summons to give his
likelihood with this type of vessel, has val at Los Angeles from the Ha- testimony in court.
never materialized. waiian islands, where le has been One other large block of bonds,
De-vices Net Available vacationing. $800,000, has been traced to James
Officers familiar with the construe- E. O'Neil, another missing witness
tion and operation difficulties are con- and former president of the Prairie 1
corned primarily with the develop- MRS. LEROY WATERMAN Gas & Oil Co. T'estimony shows that
ment of means for the men" in a LEAVES TO JOIN HUSBAND he returned the money to his comr-
3unken submarine to save themselves ______N pany after selling at least $200,000
and if possible, their ship. Exper- Ms Le M W a , wife ot of the bonds.
fence has taught them that this is Sinclair paid $230,500 in bonds of
about tha only hope after a diving Professor Waterman, left Ann Arbor the Ccntinental company to Albert
beat goes down disabled. They. are yesterday to join her husband in Port B. Fall shortly after the two nego-
convinced that, with the possible ex- Said, Egypt. She is to spend a few tiated Sinclair's lease of Teapot
ception of the S-4, in which case the days in New York, sailing on March Dome, but testimony has been that
question is still in doubt, no safety., the payment was for an interest in
devices not already incorporated in E 3 aboard the A4,,unia" for 1he Nile Fall's ianch holdings. Sinclair gave
the submarines could have reduced country. $75,0 , to the Republican national
the loss of life in the three major Pirofessorc Wmte nm iS (Onuct in tomittee in 1923 and of that sum-
disasters in this service in the last the joint expedition oltheTol-do Art at least $25,000 has been identified
10 Years. Museum and the 'niversity of Michi- as Continental bonds.
It is possible, they concede, to make gan in Bagdad with the hopes of find- --
submarines which are much safer ing a lost city built by Nebuchladnez- Whitman College, Walla Walla
ships for the men in them. No way Wla Wla
shs bfou n ho em to ay zar in biblical t inns. 1ir.,;. Waterman Washington-In order to give sup'
!hasbee fondhowver toachevewill join her huszband in Port, Said on port to school activities, 24' women
that near approach to perfection in MIai"ch 2 .
safety provision without an unjustifi- students have organized apen squad.
able sacrifice of the submarine's ef-
fectiveness as a military weapon,
which obviously is the only reason for
building it. As one officer phrases it.
"In considering any device for use on
submarines, it must be clearly a de-
vice of large and general value and
not simply one which may possibly, A R O U N E T H W 0 R L O
in certain circumstances, prove ofI
value, because in the submarine you
can add to one part only at the -ex-
pense of another."

5th Big Week
LAST TWO PERFORMANCES -TONIGi AT 8
MATINEE TO3
(Entire House, 50 and 75 cents)
Booth Tarkington's Comedy Masterpiece
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The first. students who will have,
enrolled in the field courses in geol-
ogy and geography which are held at
the University's camp in Kentucky
will .meet at Lexington on June 19,
this year, for the summer session
term, according to the announcement
now being distributed in the office of
Dean Edward H. Kraus of the Sum-
mer Session. Six courses are being
offered in the two departments this
summer, four in the geology depart-
ment and two in the geography de-,
partment.
The field courses in Kentucky are
intended for three classes of students:
those who will engage in the practical
professions of geography and geology;
those who are prospective teachers;
and those who will not practice the{
professions but find benefit and pleas-
ure from them. The courses in the
field are practical and beneficial as
the regular work may be done in a
true laboratory for the professions.
The two departments will require
field instruction of all thoseswho are
planning to take up professioal spe-
cialization.
The area for the field work is in
southern Kentucky on the upper
course of the Cumberland. The sta-
tion is 10 miles from the neaiest rail-
road, and the area is located in one
of the richest fields knowni. Major
representations may be found within
a very small area. Minerals of eco-
nomic value are found nearby, oil
fields are near -t hand, and coal f

seams are found in the nearby moun-
tains.
The parties which go to the camp
are located near Mill Springs for most
of the season. The buildings are lo-
cated near a creek and a forest in the
mountains, and the water supply is
piped from a fully-protected spring.
Registration will begin for the field
camp May 1, and will continue until
the courses have been filled At

Everybody likes "CLARENCE";
with CHARLES WARBURTON
and Adorable FRANCES DADE
Opening Tomorrow
MRS. MANSFIELD'S FAREWELL BILL!
Mrs. Richard Mansfield
as Mrs. Midget in
Sutton Vane's Fascinating Melodrama
"It flows from a magic pen. It rocks the audience with
laughter; chills them with terror; and sends them from the
theatre thrilled with wonder!"
-Alexander Woollcott.
Every Night, including Sunday at 8:00-0c, 75c, $l. Wed. tat., at 3:00
-Entire House, iOc, Sat. Mat. at 3:00-40c, 75c.
(Phone 4814)

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present, there is no provision for More Safety Possible
women at the camps. Nevertheless, the construction ex-,
lperts are not willing to -say that it is
LORCH PRAISES impracticable to make submarines
safer. On the contrary, they strive
ART COLLECTION to make each new ship safer than its
- predecessor.
"The small collection of photo- The submarine, they point out, is
graphs now on view at the archi- the most congested ship made. Its
tectural building is a significant one margin of buoyancy is practically
since it illustrates much of what the limited to the capacity of its ballast
best photographers now aim for," tanks, which are filled to submerge
stated Professor Emil Lorch, of the and emptied to rise to the surface,I
college of architecture, in comment- while its margin of stability-the ex-
ing on the trend of photographic tt to which isaown center aofgray-
work. "For a time there was a large ity is below that of the water dis-
degree'o imtaiono thetw orkrofplaced by its hull-'is only about a
the painter, Frequently, however, third as great as can be provided for
there waspainter. re i ntt he, sou dersurface ships of the same weight.
there was a reaction to the sounder Therefore, each pound added to its
point of view that the camera has weight for any purpose must be com-
its own field. The ultimate develop- pensated for either by 'subtraction of
ment here of course has beeni the ;'a pound somewhere else or by in-
film." creasing the size of thesship tO pro-
The exhibition, obtained through vide the necessary additional buoy-

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the cou'tesy of the Kodak Park coin- ancy Every increase in size, of
era club of Rochester, N. Y., illus- course, involves the addition of furth-
trates numerous subjects and a wide er weight which itself has to be com-
range of treatment. pensated for.

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