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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AlLY OFFIC IA L BULLETIN
blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to. all members of
University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
0 p.m. (11:30 a.m., Saturday.)

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'I HIUJISlAY, MAY :3.

Number 159.

eshmen and'Sophomores, gyr'ing Games:
In accordance with custom and with the consent of their respective
ans, Freshmen and Sophomores in the Colleges of Literature, Science, and
e Arts, Engineering and Architecture, and Pharmacy are excused from
.sses from 3 p.m., Friday, May 4, until 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, May 5,
allow them to participate in the spring games.
C. C. Little.
'ry Russel Lecture:
Professor Henry A. Sanders of the Department of Latin who has been
osen to deliver the Henry Russel Lecture for the current year will lecture
the subject "The New Testament Text and Papyri," on Wednesday, May 9,
4:15 p.m., in the Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture -will be illus-
,ted with lantern slides.
At the time of the Henry Ru'ssel Lecture public announcement will be
,de of the Henry Russel Award for the year 1927-1928. The public is
rdially invited.
C. C. Little.
All Telephone Users:
Will you please observe the following simple requirements when apply-
for a telephone or change in the present installation of the telephone
u are now u'sin.g:
1. Submit written request to the Asi'stant Secreary of the University.
2. In the event that as a new installation is needed specify-(a) The
mber of the room in which it is to be installed and (b) the person under
ose name the phone will be listed in the directory.
3. If the present installation is to be changed specify--
(a) Present number of telephone.
(b) Room in which phone is now located.
(c) Change desired.
4. The standard cord length is six feet. Special lengths are eight feet,
feet, and 15 feet. Permission to use a cord longer than 15 feet must come
m the general offices of the telephone company in Detroit.
Everyone concerned will be saved much time if these simple directions
followed.
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary.
lor Mechanical, Electrical, and Civ it Engineers:
Mr. H. D. Herron of Chicago, representing the International Harvester
mpany, will be in Room 221 West Engineering Building on Thursday, May
for the purpose of interviewing those interested in positions with this
npany.
H. C. Anderson.
cshmen Engineers, Sophomore Electrical Engineers:
The Cooperative Course in Electrical Engineering and Industry will be
cribed at a meeting to be held in Room 348, West Engineering Building,
day, May 4, at 7:30 p.m. Those students interested in electing this course
ier next summer or next fall should attend this meeing.
Stephen S. Attwood.
duate Students (Fellowship in European Economic History):
The Graduate School has received a gift of a fellowship of one thou'sand
lars ($1,000) a year for three years from an anonymous donor. The fellow-
p is open to graduate students working for the Ph.D. degree in the Uni-'
sity who wish to do research in European Economic History. The holder
1 be expected to 'spend most of the tenure of the fellowship in ,Europe.
plications will be received by the Dean of the Graduate School until May

University Girls Glee Club:
All members are urged to be present at the rehearsal today as it is es-
* pecially important.
Delmia 31. Loyer.
Varsity Glee Club:
All members are requested to be present at rehearsal to be held Thurs-
day, May 4, in Room 308 of the Union. Please be there at 7 o'clock promptly.
Herbert J. iPalmer, Manager.
University Club:
The annual meeting will occur on the last Club Night of the year, Fri-
day, May 4. Officers are elected at this meeting. Professor A. L. Dunham
and Doctor Robert Mark Wenley are on the program.
Program Committee.
Colloquium in Applied Ilechanics:
The next meeting is on Thursday, May 3, at 7:30 p.m., in Room 248,
West Engineering Building. Mr. W. M. Coates will speak on "The Stress
Distribution in Arched Shells, with especial reference to Dished Boiler
Heads."
W. 1. Coates.
Christian Science Society:
Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan meets tonight at
7:30 o'clock in the Upper Room of Lane Hall.
Alice Louise Fouch, Secretary.
Gogebic Range Club:
The last meeting of the club for this year will be held on Friday, May 4,
at 8 p.m., in, Room 302, Michigan Union. Officers for the coming year will be
elected, also plans for a banquet will be discussed. All members and men
of the Gogebic Range are requested to attend.
Peter Bugni, President.
Psychological Journal Club:
Psychological Journal Club will meet Thursday evening, May 3, at 7:30
p.m., in the laboratory. All those interested are invited to attend.
Henry F. Adams.
Public Health Journal Club:
This week's meeting will be held at 1326 Geddes, Thursday, May 3, 7:30
p.m.
John Sundwall.
Phi Beta Kappa Banquet:
The Annual Initiation Banquet of the Alpha Chapter of Michigan will be
held at the Michigan Union on Saturday, May 5, at 6:30 p.m. Professor
Charles Grosvenor Osgood of Princeton University will give the address.
Cards have been sent to all whose names are in the files of this Chapter.
All members of Phi Beta Kappa are cordially invited. Banquet tickets will
be $1.50 each. Reservations will be made for those who notify the secretary,
Room 462 in the Chemistry Building.
P. F. Weatherill, Secretary.
Alpha Kappa Delta:
The spring initiation banquet will be held at the Michigan Union, Room
316, Friday, May 4, at 6:30 o'clock. Dr. William F. Oghurn, Professor of
Sociology at the University of Chicago will give the principal address. Pro-
fessor Charles H. Cooley will also speak at this time. Those who have not
already made reservation's should communicate immediately with R. H. Mac-
Rae.

PLANS COMPLETE FOR
FORESTER FIELD DAY
ON SAGINAW GROUNDS

TWO TRUCK iCARA VNS ARE
TRNSPORT ME'3IB E S,
y ~BRANCH S'PATES'

Marshall Announced;III S WIN H
As enae C ndi at OF GUESSING CONTEST

TO

GASES TO TEST BRAWN

-Camp Davis Dance In Evening
Bring Eighteenth Annual
Rally To End

Will

Plans are now complete for the
eighteenth annual Forester Field Day
to be held at Saginaw Forest, next
Saturday, May 5, according to an
announcement of Willis C. Branch,
'28F, chairman of the event.
The program for the day has been
arranged and the camp dinner plan-
ned. Trucks will leave the east en-
trance of the Natural .4cience build-
ing at 8:00 o'clock in the morning
Saturday to convey the foresters to
Saginaw Forest. Other trucks will
leave at 1:00 P. M. to transport mem-
bers going out in the afternoon. A
few foresters will stay at the cabin
in Saginaw Forest over night Fri-
day to prepare the course and make
final arrangements for the annual
field day.
During the morning the program'
includes traversing, packing contests,
chapping and sawing races, small
bore and pistol shooting matches and
a tug of war betwee faculty of the
School of Forestry ad Conservation
and students. The .faculty will pull
in one direction and the students in
another. As the contest is adver-
tised "This is the one place in; your
college life where brawn counts
more than brain."'
A steak dinner will be served at
noon, to be followed by si#foting
matches with large bore rifles, ca-
noe races, and tilting contests.
Saturday night the foresters will
attend the All-Engineering and For-
ester's Camp Davis dance, to be held
at the Masonic Tem-ple. Music- will
be furnished by Cal Edwards Wolver-
ines Orchestra. The dance is being,
given under the auspices of Web and
Flange and the Forestry Club.
The Field Day is an annual affair,
having been first started in 1910. It
is traditional that the event be held
at Saginaw Forest, the University ex-
periment station on West Liberty
road. It is the only day in the year in
which the foresters can get togeth-
er and celebrate in true woodsman
fashion .
Huron River Wells
Tested For Flowa e
Official flowage tests were started
yesterday at the Station No. 1 well
near the Huron river recenly drilled
and 10 days pumping will reveal
whether expectations of water com-
missioners to obtain 2,000,000 gallons
daily from this source are to be real-
ized.
Officials of Harmon-Ness Co., well
drilling contractors, are in the city to
supervise the tests in conjunction with
local officials. Payment for water pro-
duced at this well will be based on the
same terms as those governing the
Montgomery avenue project. The city
will pay $12,500 if 300,000 gallons are
produced daily and $700 for every
100,000 gallons above the minimum
amount.
BROWN UNIVERSITY.-The Uni-
versity will hereafter collect all class
dues here at the same time that the
tuition is paid.

Forester Estimates Number Of Seeds
In Giant Pine Cone At 438;
Actual Count Was 444
CONE IS SHOWN IN WAHR'S
William McDonald, '29, was yester-
day announced as winner of the con-
tests conducted by the Forestry club
in guessing the number of seeds in a
giant pine cone exhibited in Wahr's
book store as part of American For-
estry Week program. McDonald's
guess was 438, while the actual count
of the seeds was 444.
The giant cone came from a sugar
pine, which is related to the Michigan
white pine. The seeds from the cone
are large enough to be used as nuts
and they are gathered by the Indians
for edibles in the western section of
the United States. The seed has a
large wing which is able to carry it
long distances in spite of its great
weight.
Guesses in the contest ranged from
190 to 2200 seeds for the cone. The
contest was conducted as part of the
Forestry Club exhibit in the store
window during Forestry Week.
In connection with the exhibit a sec-
tion of a tree trunk was shown with
the rings of the tree being marked
in the year corresponding to dates in
the University's history. The middle
ring indicated the founding of the
University in 1837 and radiating rings
were labeled with the time of the Star
theater riot, the planting of the Tap-
pan oak, civil war history, when Mich-
igan had a point-a-minute team, and
other occurrences of recent date.
The Forestry club had another ex-
hibit in the window of Shoemaker
store on Main street showing the
right and the wrong way of building
a campfire.

Carrington T. Marshall
Chief Justice of the Ohio supreme
court who has announced his candi-
dacy for United States senator. He
wishes to fill the vacancy caused by
the death of Senator Frank B. Willis.
THIRD ROOF FIRE
OF MONTH OCCURS
The third of a group of roof fires
occuring during the last month in the
neighborhood of Oakland avenue and
Hill street broke out Tuesday after-
noon at about 2:30 o'clock on a league
house at 920 Oakland avenue. The
flames are of unknown origin and
were quickly extinguished by the Ann
Arbor fire department. The two prev-
ious fires were of a similar; nature.

Amok,

"SHAVOLENE has cut my shaving
time in half. What's more, I get a
closer, smoother, more comfk.rtable
shave."
NORMAN G. FOX
5007 N. California Ave., Chicago
Member Jr. Association of Commerce

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Richard C. Fuller, President.

G. Carl Huber.
Geology TrIp Postponed:
e trip planned for students in Geology 128, Glacial Geology, on May
postponed to May 12.
Frank LeveretL.

5,1

Chi Delta Phli:
There will be an important meeting tonight in 204 South Wing at 7:15
o'clock. Please be prompt.
Itelen Smythe, President.
Gargoyle Business Staff:
There will be an important meeting of the lower staff at 4 p.m., today.
It is imperative that all be there.
Ray Read.
There will be a meeting of all Gargoyle editorial staff members and try-
outs this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock.
Philip M. Crane, Editor.
ANDY DASHES BY LAND WHEN ONE
LIGHT BURNS IN LUMMEN'S CAMP

No Brush-No Lather

cholog'y 42:
There will be a lecture Thursday. Quiz sections begin Monday, May 7,
run through the week.
"W. B. Pillsbury.
s IN Shades And Shadows:
The class in Shades and Shadows will start on Friday, May 4, at 1

R eafly sof~tens esyour beard
- furthermord
shavolene is absolutel
**p r gr easeless. It never gums
mor , upyour razor, or mussc
blade stays i pthe Washbowl.
. / c s0n AT ALL DRUGGISTS

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R. ILMathews.

ority andi Fraternity Priesidents:
Will the organizations interested in arranging for the service's of the
d Director for next year please see me as soon as possible at my office in
bour Gymnasium. Office hours 3 to 5 o'clock every afternoon but Wednes-

By Beete
Preliminaries were held to the an-
nual Spring games last night when
Louie Lum and his contingent faced
the fast-going Ann Arbor fire depart-
ment in an exciting water-shooting
contest before a crowd of more than
a hundred onlookers.
An unknown official opened the aus-

blood when they elected to empty
pails of water on the fire. Just then
the Redcoats, followed by Andy, dash-
ed on the scene amid the jeers of their
supporters.
'PHi DELTA KAPPA
ELECTS NEW MEN1

Lenna F. Coober.

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~LOWERDAY'S
"FLOWERS

ench Play:
The Annual French Play: "Le Docteur Miracle," by Francis de Croisset
I Robert de Flers will be presented by members of the Cercle Francais at
Mimes Theater, Thursday, May 3, at 8:15 o'clock.
Tickets on sale Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at Wahr's bookstore
75 cents. Cercle membership tickets will be accepted as 50 cents towards
purchase price of a seat.
Rene Talamon.
iior Employment:
Mr. Lateer of the John Hancock Insurance Company will interview
niors interested in Life insurance work in the State of Michigan, on Thurs-
y, May 3. Call at Room 201 Mason Hall for appointment.
W. E. Parker.
iployment for Seniors:
All seniors who wish assistance in obtaining permanent full time work
er graduation should register in the office of the Committee on Vocational
unsel and Placement, 201 Mason Hall. Call for registration forms and re-
'n them with a photograph or snapshot by May 3.
W. E. Parker.
nmer Camp Work Ior Women:
There are six opportunities to act as camp counsellors during next sum-
r, four of which are for Jewish girls. Anyone interested is invited to come
to see me.
Beatice W. Johnson.
en Road European Tour:
The Michigan group which goes to Europe this summer under the aus-
:es of the Open Road has room for four more members. The trip is planned
an Art-Theater-Literary tour, and men students who have these interests
e invited to telephone the leader at 21103, or write him at 711 South First

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picious ceremonies by dropping a Phi Delta Kappa, men's honorary
lighted cigarette butt into the awn- educational fraternity, has announc-
ing just under Lum's establishment. ed the election of the following mem-
As the crowd cheered Lum and his bers as officials for the con;'ing year:
men went into a huddle to decide their president, Reginald D. MacNitt, grad.;
play. Andy, Michigan's own police- vice president, Roy R. Ullman, Grad.;
man, emulated Paul Revere by dash- recording' secretary, Wendell Vree-
ing by and riding forth to warn the land, Grad.; corresponding secretary,
Redcoats that the Lummen were Thomas F. Weiskotten, Grad.; treas-
ready. urer, Paul J. Misner, Grad.;' and his-
The Lum coached outfit drew first torian, Russell Thomas, Grad.

Fancy Tulips, Darwins and Lily Flowered

GC OLF TEN
THE SEASON IS HERE-IMPROVE YOUR TIME-
YOUR GAME-YOU HEALTH
Our Stock Is Complete
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Spring Flowers and Roses

Remember-Order Flowers for Mother's

Day Early
Phone 7014

Store
Nickels Arcade

Greenhouses
1400 Traver

"Flowers by Wire"

Oakley C. Johnson, Leader.

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