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_________ ~~THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

y AU1O BOULLETIN WILL
SP [ HSnual ditioji Includes Illu staton 's
And FEtebint-s; ]index Lists All
- Speakers And _Artists
O'IES MAY BE RESER~VEDl
A total of 5' addresses delivered
in Michigan Night radiocasts during
bie 1927-28 series will be included in
le annual radio bulletin this y ear, it
;,s announced yesterday by 'Waldo
4, Abbot, of the rhetoric departmnta,
h~o is program manager and an-
ounlcer for the series. The bulletin
already set up and will soon be
pblished, Mr. Abbot declarNI.
As has been the custom in past
ears, approximfately 2,0'00 copies of
he bullentin will be pui~shed. Hlow-
ver, owing to the fact that more
equertst for copies than ever befotre
ave poured into thoe heatdquarters at
ation WVWJ, the Detroit News, there
ill be few.er copies avaiable for
aculty men, Mr. Abboit announced.
ore than 1,800 requests Ifor copies
, e alrnieady been received at the
Wtroit station, it was reported.
The F): talks to be include~d in thej
ulIctin will include 13; medical talkis,
x dealing wilth engineering subjects,
hree having to do v.ith athletics, six
y .iemnbei's of thie history derz rt
ent, three by r~ni nbes of the law
dhool faculty andc those dealing with
hoase, of explorit icn and scielice %vill
on,;itute the rest, recording to Mr.
ELiot.
A pecial feature o4f this year's bu'i
tinl will be sevreral illustr t ions
rrong which will be included a
ching of the Alumni Memorial build
g made by Wilfred Shaw, editor of
e Alumnus, and the photograph
)ken of the Mlen's Glee club on the
ccasion when they broadcasted from
e local station on the fourth flos
rUniversitIT hall.
The bulletin is indc .ed according to
e schools and colleges from whichL
C sI.-eiers come and includes th4
ames of all the mus'cal artists, as
'll as the speaker s, with the ex.
-aoni of the individuali mnebs of
rge organizations ,which contribut-
: to thl.e programs.

'WINS PRIZE FOR 'Foresters Make Plans For Annual Field GNRLMTR
FORES CAROON ay And Receive Statue Of Paul BAunyan iTLS
v ---'!'Multipli(ity- of ownership is the 11
1171 , PrcIliming the 18th annu al field land rm embers oaf the Forestry club, Anl cause of the pu~iblic's chLange of attitud re

News F*om Other Col

Firs prze i th conestcondcte
tinsteducatinaldiedrn theotscndte'
Amercan Forest Week, which is now
being observed throughout the nation,
was awarded to Sam B. Nash, Jr., of. Ty-
ler, Texas.
Nash and the prize winning car-
toon, -Pruning the Tree;" which' won
$ 250? for Nash' against 'a field of 200,
FOJRUM HEARS BREfYOLDI
"The Jew in Shakespeare" was the
subject of a talk by Professor Louis
I. Bredvold at the regular bi-monthly
Open Forum at the Hillel Foundation
last night. His talky was followed by
a short general discussion.

dlay of the Forestry club anl eight-foot1
rep~resentation of Paul Bunlyan, myth-
ological hero of the woods, has been
placed in the hiall, of Natural Science
building. Field dlay for the Fore~st:-
ers will be held this year ont May 4
at Saginaw Woods, the University ex-
periiment station.
Plans for the (lay are rapidly near-
ing comnpletion. Shooting, canoe rac-
inn, tiltinrg, log-rolling, sawing, and
chopping to a mlark are some of the
c oniteests inl which the "text-book" for-
esters will engage in anl effort to li'Vel
down thecir name. Mlulepacking, inj
1wIch a wovoden horse will play a
lrepart, will also lie among t he
(laiy's hapipenings. A feature of the
ceclebration will be a tug of war be-
tween members of the~ faculty of the'
School of Forestry and Conservation
Fay Summer ExpensesII
Have Liberal Surplus Taking'I
F ~ fort
The New Self- wor. No
1Wringe r M'op with recog'knivze li
the Broad stantly t~he tp.
Steel Plate ing Qualities and the
Tconbinyot this Wonder
Moppur men take orders
' o 0to 100 weviekly-that
means a3.ace sum lick you
during your vacation. It-will
help solve you r problems of
education. This mop ends
/stooping, backache , muscle
strain anxd a1! the worrves of
L _ w crubbing. Bans soiled floor-
tornebhands -avoids Lau- -
dling dirty crop water.
jJUST TURN THE KNOB
anitlIt Will Wring Out Dollars,
°.clild s tiny fing-ers can wring this Mop drier than
}man's strong hands can wring tie common Miop.
Price is low. demand enormous. It's the best va-
Cation work you can find. Work, at Homne, in your
College Town 'or- Travel. You can take orders
ANYWHERE. Tonr the country, if that's your
ideal, aing expenses and a big surplus txsides.
We' supply complete selling outfit-no capitai re-
quired, as yuu simply take orders.
KLEANEZY I OP Co. "DEPHOHI
SEND TMiS COUPON FOR FULL ETiWLS
XLEANEZVt MOP CO., Dept. 3518, Delphos, 0.
Send me immediately, full details of your plan for
taking orders for KLEANEZY Mops. I want to
mnake v eadon and school expenses easily during
coming vacaciun. t
Name.....................................
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.on. . . . . .. . . .. . tt

exhibition of skill at ar~chery is also to~w "ri big colporations,said Filoyd
included in the pirogram.l Allen, assistant to the head of the
Signs announcing field a y corn- General Motors Corporation, in an ad

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U.NIVE'RSITY OF{JrMi (NESOTA07.

pletely cover the walls of the forest
seminar room,~ on the fourth floor of
Natural Science building. One an-
nounces a gigantic "Clutching Con-
test, Special Prizes for Longp; Dis-I
tane Clfttching, Accuracy and Specd'
Essential, Woodpiles Furnished F ree"
Another proclaims "Future Fashions
for Forester s-hats by Stetson, sox by
'oleproof, shoes by the last, and tinl
panz by Korewood and Creengore."
The signs, manty of them work,' of
art, are from the brnsh of Pr-o.. W.
A. MeArdle andl a nuinhei of asist.
anlts.,

dlress!,bfore Business A dministration
studlent;. Mr. Allen ga<ve as an ex-
ample of multiplicity ofowehi
his owen corp)oration which has G,0 )
stockholders.
Claimintg .that there was nlo seniti-E
ment in business, Mr. Allen justified
such measures aA Iigh wag, bon-1
uses, blatnket insurance, antil tesy
iligy and 1inves'tm1en3t lIlali OnT te< ground
that they br)ought more protil s to) the
em ploycer. Mr. Allen believes that the
suiccess of the Ceneral Motors; Co.r
lpol'-ato;n is due to fa ir pla:y, Iknowvi -
theo fa,,ts (of the busines,,, faiu~he
facts, andl hard works.

"?_ liedan ialmost unprecedeni ~d ulun-
hecr of victimns. Wleady nearljy 2,0
('dJO' hve lren l (-porte",, }oneC01;
mEliasuPies haeeen taklen byAA'lie of,-
fiicial, a 11a nuearly relief.is lcoknd
for.
A'IIILI-TE$ HAVE1TONJAIM; V14
PA~iINCETON i('1:.31hT'IEE IIN!,S
PRIN\CETON UNVIVERW'iTY.--'IiO,
athletics tenls to illcres te spinnaof
!Ulfe was the conclusi (211 ofthle I 'rei-
d11 Ycmi te01colg hge(
after nal 1~yushc; 'II 15 v

AT ANC, IIAL('ITJI~ES S~I(Uti
UNIVE' RSITY OF WASHINGTON. -
Irma, Thompson, a ~i. lwoman 11stude nt (of
,;, lniv(,rsity.sufered a st unique
aadnt. She sliped wile (ldancing~ C '1F1r %'1;,li2ftlll i"' {l
UN"IVERS ITY 'OF K ANSAS--ThIe

select a list 9f thleir llrfrences for
netyeau.'S V" lversity- lectulre course.
'Iey picked the following: IH. L.
'llckcfl, (Charles Eovanls hughes, yen-
llW:'NWilliam E. Borahl, Emil LuNr~ig,
Will DrnutRabbiStephen Wise,'
Jolii Mastlifell , Jlinhii rsiiie, Edward
ok, I,,ertrandll iu]s it l nd RItichanrd

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Unusal id-Wek ffeingZ Today
Attracti n Ex ariay

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COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
will find the Packard Restaurant
bigger and better than' ever.
703 Packard St.

PLUNGE INTO THE INNER SHRINE OF'
- TIBETAN MVYSTIERZIES AND BEH-OLD

1"Gild a" in the Frenzied Death Whirl of Weirdly
Beautiful Devil Dance

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DISTINCTION !
Pre eiiting only the screen's grealest
attractionls. Every bill oi clwosk'. Note
tile liersoinnel, direvtors, 'authlors and
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For S191 50 yoit can sail and
return in the modernized
CARMANIA and CAR6NIA
to Plym~outh, Havre, anid
Lonidon, or in the ci-devant
thr' c-class ships SCYTHIA
and LACONIA to Liverpool
.gateway to picturesque
j nnland ... Cathiedrals; the
Lakes, the DiikeisOx-
ford, Cambridge, London...
Recogn~izin~g the justifiable
popularity of tourist travel
among those Williing to ecoii-
on~ize on the ocean to have
more money to invest in
memories ofEuoe. e
have taken two new 20,000
tonners the SCYTITIA and
LACONIA from first class
service and made them
Cabn' ndTourist Third tw
iLiverpool.. staterooms
sold up to a tfew weeks ago
at second cabin rates now
available at Tourist Tlhird
..one of the world's best
steamiship bargains.
Dancing to the syncopation
of a college orchestra no feet
have yet resisted..,. long-
wide clocks on which yoit
can do your 'mil'... or
work up your back-hand at
deck tennis... or start that
casual conversation which
becomes a tete-a-tete the
third day out ..
And, of course, that well-
considered food ... that
cheerful attendance -you
are traveling Cunard.
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having to choose betieen a six-yeir-old(dring who wasn't his land
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