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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

rP.TT')AV, nr FTL 11, BIO' ' '

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PRIDAY, APRIL ii. l~3O~ ~Z

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DAILY O BULLETIN

ITRIOT Vikin Ship Ends Fifty-four Day Trip Across
INI~tI[O Atlantic Ocean; Lands in Harbor at Havana
TO SIGMARHO TAU' _____________
Honorary Engineers Speakers' .
Society Hokids Ceremony Near '

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English Dutchess Flies to Oran;!CLRDE ETR
First Hop in journey
to South Africa. Unpublished Correspondence of

(BY A /ssociOI.el Pre'ss)

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NOTICES." nginreering Archr. }jt " . { TLYMPNue, England, April 1. -
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home from 4 to 6 o'clock the
N hTDthesofBdfr, 4yer
first two Sunday afternoons or each month to members of the faculties, WELCOMED BY MENEFEE T'l aithssroi Bedford, 64-year-y
their frind, and other residents of Ann Arbor. This includes Sunday, C DB podaitiwool usa
April13, even though it is the vacation period. TdInitiation of 30 neophytes and made her first solo flight, took off
dedication of a _akers' stum* early today on a long-distance
Automobile Regulation: The Automobile Ban will be lifted at 12:00 I dedication of a speakers' stump ftelhtoaponaouthsafca
noon, and will be resumed Monday, 8:00 a. m., April 21. Theseehours marked the first initiationcere-f igand ret.Cape TownS utoAmake
should be carefully observed. J. A. Burley !miony of Sigma Rho Tau, honoraryadrtr.Se oe omk
engieerig speakers society, held ___"__ _ the 18,500-mile trip in 19 days.
Seniors: Early .settlement is necessary for the preparation of di- near the engineering arch Wednes-- The dutchess came here Wednes
plomas. In no case will the University confer a degree at Commence-:dy knnmmro , ig
ment upon any student who fails to pay this fee before 4 o'clock,dp. in., d theeremny-n
May 28. In ease the Faculty does not recommend any payor, the fee will D g the cr.emoy new mern- heri he n b efdht ire n
be refunded onsurrender oft t receipt forayment. The above applies also bers took an active part in the frome h i edie
t f falecial eriates I "TpingkOilkCeremony," which con-Ther,
Candidates for degrees or certificates should at once fill out card ssted of the planting of the "thng J pilot, Capt. Barnard, and a co-
at office of the Secretary of their college or school, pay the treasureroil seed." Historical data on the u
of the University and have card receipted, and file indicatedsectionr tong oil" plant and industry was pilot, Robert Little. They will
of this receipted card with the Secretary of their coege or school given by James R. Guest, 'dy Eand share the controls with her during
the larsrr stometbutttendtoptmgisatterf'CEarlesA.ised32Espohen Prheeth.flight. The plane is her own
Please do not delay until l 2, t nae o thi mte r 3on "The
at ohce. We must letter, sign, and seal approximately 2,500 diplomas Solemn Symbolism of the Club and' Bst monoplane, the "Spider," which
nm already has figured in the duchess'
and certificates, and we shall be greatly helped in this work by early Engineer."Planting of the seed and:.r s
payment of the fee and consequent longer period for preparation. the inauguration of the society as- nlthtoIniadrte ofhe pn
ctdns colo dcto:Pemsint rpcuss t out ndJcb ed enok, . W.rBscharn, P.DwV ateo hTn-et ok eevdb telbay hr h ewad inoutedf t elnerj
Shirley iv. Smith, Vice-President andSecretary c. by A.rL. C. prec, is to Oran, Assuit, Khartonum,
_n .31E. James N. Candler, '32E, made
_ h cr th h Ea prophecy concerningrtheggrowth .pru,,Tbornabyw apmeAsTgnha
aculty College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: MRdidsemester of the "tung oil" tree.
report cards are nowbeingdistributed through the Campus messenger L on it d Sofia to Croydon.
service. Instructors are requested to report before Spring Vacation if banquet, a .ranged by Edward Nell, d
'30E, was 1h Nt Si fo 4t6dil.M.Ptelat. tuhe yiB. Po. , -han-s-at the conf88erence.j
ibleG in any case not later than April 23, the names of all studentsF Ne, Jwes elatthe . inion Prof. AsarthinDeliversTwo
posse , gisatF.istimeN.W, Men d of te e er ig gBringing to a successful conclusion a 54 day trip across the Atlantic
oti a e or The res d i mechanics department made the ocean, Capt. Gerhard Folgero eft of Norway and his crew of three Lectures Before Clinic
teeely the mark received on the midemester examination, if such address of welcome. The principal - reached Havanaeany, Cuba, with their 60 foot Viking ship, Roald Amundsen.
and eaiaicto isgien.Arie ards A isneeded, can U berhadty Wmyn andcie.tes. ofeteoeenig ns mdhey DuDrtAlredS.mardinsDircso
These cards should be used only for reports of the work of students en- Col Henry Miller of the engineeringO' of the Pathological Laboratoies
rolled in this Colege.nUNI VTA DIT UWAesit drawing department. .;Baxterd igLecturegt the University Medical school,
W. R.IHunmphreys, AsstD. Engineering students initiated IiI re httesuet a ilrtr oAnAbrfo h
int te raeritywee:D.L.Al at Tree Disease Meet I re httesuet a ilrtr oAnAbrfo h
intd A acquaint themselves with the lat- Mayo Clinic at Rochester, Minn.,
Students, School of Education: Permission to drop courses without len, Jacob Bedenik, R, W. Billharzec debrary, elW
"E" radsg wlldotsc gvenlftontoaybxcpgindernxtaortenry .oCdBrygsA.x.eCmpbllnderrofeDotV.BaxerofnterUi-Est ook reeivegbythelibary. weremepwseivitd tEdeive
ircumstances. Cline, J. M. Comar, E. Conn, M.Jlv versityo School of sigD Forestry ., will theyn are being r placed in the n main'
No course is considered officially dropped unless it has been reported Eisenberg, R. C. Ellsworth, E M laefrWsigoD . n edn ombfr en etto
in the office of the. Recorder of the School of Education, 105 Tappan Eppstein, George Gulbrandsen, R. pi 1,t atnamein fthe stacks.
F~all, Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder M. Harrison, L. E. Hilbert. ! the Tree Disease Conference. Re-
- L. L. ~~Horton, H. Horwitz, J. J. cent investigations conducted by, - ------
Biological Station: Applications for admission to the Biological Jiminez, E. A. Kasmark, W. F. Kug- 'Professor Baxter in the lower Mis- ________________
Station should -be in the hands of the Director by April 15, at which( ler, D. M. Levine, W. R. Munger issippi valley concerning certain ___________________
time all applications will be passed upon. Application blanks may be1 J. Norton, A. B. O'Donnell, David tree diseases will be reported in full
JO PARK
secured at Room 1119 Nat. Sci. from 4 to 6 daily. ' M, Potter, T. Roughly, B. S. Shan-j at the conference. J O
George It. LaRue, Director ;non, Julius Trattner, S. Walling, L.' Among the notables in forestry'li
0. Walton, and R. A. Wurster. crlswo wcol attenJthe confer
Notice: The hoard of Governors, the Directors and the Residents! The local chapter of Sigma Rho1 ence is Dr. H. Buisman, noted bot-
of -the Martha Cook Building cordially invite the members of the Uni-! Tau is being sponsored by the De- anist; he has sailed from Holland
versi y of Mchigan faculty and their wives, the members of the Ann troit Association of Technical so- I his homeland, in . order to make a J
the Mchigan tat socainof Deans of Women, to tea from four to v April13' in te librar. ....-
fivethirty, in honor. of Miss .Thyrsa Amos, Dean of Women, University Sunday eveningArl1,ith church lbay and all connecting points IF

ramous Poet to Appear
in Book Form.
Plans for the proposed edition of
Samuel Taylor Coleridge's unpub -
lished correspondence are rapidly
taking form, according to Prof. EarI
L. Griggs, of the department oy
English, under whose direction the
book will be edited.
"In the first place," Griggs said,
"I shall choose those letters which=
seem to me to be of genuine lit-"
erary interest, eitherintheir ex-
'pression of general ideas, or in
ltheir superb lyrical splendor.
hIn the second place," he contin-
lued, "I shall' use any letters tha
seem toscontain new biographical
facts about Coleridge.
rIncluded in these letters is one
that shows that Coleridge first
took opium at Christ's hospital.
"These unpublished letters," Griggs
said, "present very clearly Coler-

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idge's agony of conscience and
prove that his struggle against the
indulgence was lifelong, and occas-
sionally quite successful"
Griggs has recently completed a
biography of Hartley Coleridge. At
the present time, he is going ahead
with his work on the proposed
volume and plans to go 'to Europe
I this summer where he will spend a
year in the completion of this
study

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oU itPtsJurgn onx r icLay, tipr.L a7, aV gJ±Lu VYACa I_,UU .Jut.
Craftsmen:;-Nd rehearsal before next trip. April 25 in Detroit,
April 28 in Redford and May 3 in Lansing.
EVENTS TODAY.
Students, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: Removal of In-
completes: The -final day for the removal of 'incompletes is today.
Any faculty members wishing.to play baseball (soft ball) or enter a
team in Intramural competition call Intramural office 22101 before
Spring Reces.
Senior Lits-: Today is absolutely the last day for the purchase of
invitations. They will be sold between ten and eleven o'clock in Angell
Hall .

The Cantata, "Olivet to Calvary," will be presented by St. Andrew's
Church at 4:30 p. m. Sunday.
The Philippine-Michigan Club: There will be a meetin'g of this
organization Sunday afternoon, April 13, at 4:00 in Wesley Hall.
Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theiatre
ENTIRE WEEK opening MON., April 21
Every Night except Friday, April 25-Saturday Matinee at 2:30
(Immediately after Easter Vacation)
OPENING THE DAY YOU RETURN!
"The situations that follow at a lightning pace provide howls of laughter."
-Walter Winchell in The Graphic.

W. A. Paton
Actuarial Examinations will be held April 14-18 in the Mathematics
and Economics Library, Room 3027 Angell Hall.
T. E. Raifo'd
Resident members of Phi Kappa Phi are invited to attend the initia-
tion banquet to be held at the Michigan Union on May 21. Those inter-
ested are requested to inform the secretary, Professor R. S. Swinton, 302
Engineering Annex, extension phone 649.
The April meeting of the Music Section of the Faculty Women's Club
will take the form of a luncheon at the Women's League Tea Room,
April 23, at 1:30 p. m. Reservations should be made before April 21.
Phone Mrs. Walter Hunt, 5871.
The Liberal Students' Union of the Unitarian Church will discuss
the recent novel "Rudderless" and the various problems of student life.
Miss Harriet Owen will review the book, "Seven O'clock," at 7:00 p. m.,

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Lv. Union to Toledo
7:05 a. i., 10:40 a. mi., 12:45
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6:15 p. m., 8:20 p. m.
Lv. Union to Flint
9:30 a. m., 12:30, p. m.,
2:30 p. m., 6:30 p. m.
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