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' THf RSDAY, MAY 23, 19 9

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CRATINS WLL BEI World's Largest Dan, Now Being Built James Outlines Work
In California, Exceeds Boulder Project For Geography Camp
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COLOR BEARERS OF SENOR CLASS TOIHT i sGeographyasu
BEARRS 0 SEIOR LAS TONGHTed that one of the subjects for
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SPECIAL SERVICE TO BANQUETS
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MEMBERS OF HONOR GUARD
ANNOUNCED YESTERDAY
BY CISSEL
TO MEET AT GYMNASIUM
Asbeck And Nissen Are Among
Those Chosen To Represent
Literary College As Bearers

School of Business Administration;
Charles H. .Hall, Jr., and Joseph
Balsamo, Pharmacy school.-
The Honor guards for the educa-
tion and dental school will be an-
nounced within a few days if named
at all, those in charge said yester-
day. The officials of these two
classes have not yet turned in the,
ists of Honor guard students for
their colleges.

camtp will be the origin, develop-
ment, and economic functions of
the cities of Monticello, Kentucky,
and of Statesville, North Carolina.
Attention will also be payed to the
regional planning of these districts.

Dancing

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Riding Horses

Golf

LARRY MILLER, PROP.

With the first meeting of the
honor guards and color bearers of PINE GUESSING
the senior classes scheduled for 7
o'clock tonight in Waterman gym- WINNERS GIVE
nasium, active preparations for the
1929 Commencement exercises are
already under way, it was an- Results of the pine needle guess-
nounced yesterday by Prof. James ing contest, which was held during
H. Cissel, of the department of state forest week, May 11 to 18,
structural engineering. were announced yesterday by the
SPersonnel ofthe honor guards for Forestry Club of the school of for-
all schools and colleges of the Uni- estry and . conservation, which
versity, except for the School of sponsors the event each year.
Education and the Dental school. John Nicol, a clerk in the Quarry
as well as the two color bearers for Drug company, guessed the nearest
the School of Literature, Science, number of needles-435. W. E.j
and the Arts, was announced yes- Legg of Ann Arbor, was second, 425.1
terday. The winner received $5 as first
Literary School Representatives prize.
The two color bearers for the A white pine seedling, bearing
Literary school will be Frederick 441 needles, was displayed in the;
Asbeck, '29, and William Nissen, '29. window of Wahr's book store dur-
The Senior Honor guard for that
schol ncldesJams DfflldEd-ingforest week. The number of.i
school includes James Duffield, Ed- pine needles, according to the an-'
ward Wachs, Ernest McCoy, Thomas swers submitted, ranged from 18
Thomas, Kenneth Patrick, Harlan to 672. Over 100 persons took part
Christy, J. Franklin Miller, Ralph in the contest.
Popp, Raymond Wachter, Dana th e
Norton, Benjamin Bontell-, Karl.
Schmidt, Robert Deo, William Engineering Society r
Maney, Robert Petrie, Durvin Alg- Will Hear Addresses
ver Robert Gessner, Klrl Gremel,
Dalton Walper, Horace Barton,1
Stewart Hooer, Gerald Harring- The Industrial Engineering so-
ton, George Renner, Evans Griffing, cietyl will hold a banquet tonight
Edward Hulse, Mark Andrews, Carl at 6:30 o'clock at the Women's
Fauster, Kingsley More, Bernath; League building.
Sherwood, Jr., Joseph Pomeroy, Paul A representative of the Kingsee-
Minsel, Herbert Ripley, John Tar- ley Company of Ann Arbor is
bill, Edward Burroughs, Milton Mc- scheduled to speak on industrial
+Creery, Harry Russell, Thomas Wat- management. Prof. Charles B.
son, Loy Sutherland, Glen Carlson, Gordy, assistant professor of pro-
George King, John Whittle, Ernest duction management, will also
Freese, Charles Daker, William speak on this subject.
Quinn, Robert Lamoree, Charles This organizaton iwas formed in
Seilheimer, Richard Kurvink, Rob- the engineering school this year,
ert Warren, Fenton Raber, William and the banquet this evening will
McAfee, Jr., John Bergelin, John be the first in the history of the so-
Lowenstine, Gabriel Joseph, Theo- ceity.
dore Wuerfel, Donald Corriden, For the first time in 16 years it
James Bayne, and Judson Weaver.'begins to look as if the pennant
Engineering Honor Guards bgn olo si h enn
The Honor guards for the College dreams of the Athletics might come
of Engineering include Tom Leslie, true. With the first of the series
George Martin R. J. Williams, W. of intersectional games already in
B. Fortune, Jack A. Hapke, John R. the discard, the Mackmen are still
Gilmartin, George Hubbell, William at the top of the heap in the Amer-.
R. Hough, Jack C. Adler, Robert ican League, leading the Yankees
Easterly, Harold Bailey, John R.a by two full games.
Hall, T. L. Yates, and Eugene East-
erly. A. A. Stewart and Frederick Fans in Philadelphia still remem-
Sevald, Jr., comprise the Honor ber the good old days when the
guard for the Architecture school. $1,0000,000 infield was functioning
The Medical college Honor guard on grease dbearings, when Eddie
will consist of Robert Burhans, H. Collins played second, and "Home
F. Mattson, F. P. Husted, Stanley! Run" Baker third when Cornelius
Goldhamer, Harold Lovell, Bernard McGillicudy was the master mind,
Watson, Walter Stinson, and Robert when the Athletics, in fact, was a
Milligan.''team a manager could well be
The Honor guard for the Law 'proud of.
school will include F. T. Zinn, Aus-
tin Fleming, Gerit Demmink, G. E. 75 Students
White, W. K. Greiner, R. H. Calla-;
han, A. C. Bowman, and J. A. Can't Be Wrong
fSprowl. Even a prof. would be convinced;
Clayton W. Schribner, '29, and if 75 students all gave him the same
Don Winters will make up the answer to his question. Ask any of
Honor guard forthe School of For- our last Summer's student salesmen
estry and Conservation; Clare E. about the Consumer's Merchandise'
Association offer and the answer
Harder and M. Starr Northrop, wh e"

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Construction of the world's larg- is estimated will take six years to,
est dam has been begun at Azusa, 'complete. It will be known as theE
Cal. It will be larger than the Sam Gabriel Dam and compound
much-discussed Boulder Dam and it the waters of that river.
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It will speed your service if you
place your Long Distance tele-
phone callsin the following manner:
1. Call, or dial Long Distance and
when the Long Distance oper-
ator answers-
2. Give her the name of the town
or city you are calling.
3. Then give her the number of the
telephone you wish to call.
4. If it is a Person-to-Person"* call,
give her the name of the person
you are calling.
5. Then give your own telephone
number.
MICHIGAN BELL
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To Men
Graduating this Year
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With graduation almost at hand, your first step into the
business world will be a determining factor in the rapid-
ity and substantial character of your progress. In this
connection, it may be well to consider the desirability
of becoming associated with the automotive industry,
on account of its dominant position and the correspond-
ing opportunity it offers to men of ability . . . The
Spark Plug is an automotive necessity, with an annual.
replacement market of 300,000,000 units. Only one-
fifth of this potential market was satisfied last year.
The fact that Defiance Spark Plugs gained third place
last year indicates that the market is an open one . . .
Defiance has made this rapid advance by virtue of high
quality of product, an unusual marketing plan, ag-
gressive merchandising and selling, national advertis-
ing, and thorough training of salesmen . .. College men
now associated with Defiance in managerial and sales
capacities have gone forward rapidly through their in-
telligent study and application of sound merchandising
to their particular markets . . . Defiance offers, in ad-
dition to the possibility for an unusual immediate in-
comfe, an opportunity for more rapid advancement he-
cause it is now in a period of growth and expansion .
If vo"" schooling has been in business admnistration,
advertising and selling, and yon have decided to enter
upon a business career, write to the address below,
giving merely yourn 'nae, age, college and address to
which we may forward further inforaalion.
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*A Person-to-Person call is one on
which you wish to talk with someone
in particular. A Station-to-Station
call is one on which you will talk
with whomever answers. It costs
less than a Person-to-Person call.

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To-daf, you can see big build-
ings erected noiselessly-by
electric welding.
The structural steel worker is
dropping his clattering ham-
mer for the electric arc. Silently,'
swiftly, rigidly, economically,
buildings are being fabricated
by electric welding, which knits
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tion,but in every human activity,
we instinctively turn to electric-
ity to add to the comforts of
life and to eliminate the wastes
of production-another evi-
dence that the electrical industry

Not only industrial equipment,
but electric refrigerators, MAZDA
lamps, and little motors that add
to the comforts of home, are
manufactured by the General

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