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THE' MICHIGAN DAILA

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F I C IAL BU'LL ETIN'
lleti is constructive notice to all meMbers of
received until S--30 H. m. (11:30 &. m. lSaturday.)
IV'EDNEVSDAY, 1LA -2, 190-3 Number lilt

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Public Speakiu~ for Engineers:
The following meen «=ill speak Thursdy evening, May 3:
Xkratz
stunting
Lang
Miller
Eunke
M~errimnan
Kish
McDuff
McLaughlin
Robertson
WILLIAM BRAY3ROOKS,

P rofessor .Leaves
4 ,Fto r California

FA

Y Women:
registration slips for signing out at night during .April, are duo
I be handed in to my office timmediately'.
JEAN HLAMILTON, D~ean of Women.
'Y Lecturv:
nte Ward, Professor of Fine Arts, Oberlin College, will, deliver air
d lecture on "The Charm of the Firench Cathedrals" at 4:15 p. In.
ay, May 2, In. the Went Gallery, Alumni Momorial Hall. The public
11y invited. BRUCE M. DONALDSON.
Kalppa Annual Businesx Meetin:
a. Chapter in Michigan, Phi Beta Kappa,' will hold its anual
meeting Wednesdayy May 2, 4:15 p. m, ton Rooms 244216 Mason
C. H. COOLEY, President.
E. M. CARROLL, Secretary.
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ceremony for today will be Review, during which the, Dlstin-
Service Medal will be presented to Major Mark Ireland, Quarter-
'ore. JOHN A. B3ROOKS, JR., Adjutant.
mad Aiuti;
Faculty and Alumni Members of. the Michigan tUnion gill, be per-
vote for Union officers at the election booth In front of the Li-
'ednesday, Ma~y These persons wrere{ not required to register
to the eleetion. JOHN II . BURGE,
Recording Secretary.
t ngineers:
kndrew I-. Green, President of the Cha~rcoal Iron Co. of America and
General Manager of the Solvay Process Co. of Detroit, will speak
Lenlical Amphtheater Thursday evening, 114&y 3, at 7:30 All _Chem-
ineers are invited. A. D. OETJEN.

Chiairmnan.

ttab s .elo the Chamber of Commere:
3FredWoodruff, vice-president of the Aderaft Club of Detroit, will
a ddress the members of the Chamber of Coinm eirce at the Union Wednesday,
Maly 2. 1.ll members arc requested to be present.
B. K.SWARTZ, Educational Director.
°- -"- scholastic track meet, May 18 ant
I:*-ii~, balcomte.me
I W AT~ Gu N ONin room 304 of the Union.
I7:81--La Socledad Ilispan lea meets is
room 205, University hall. Nomnin
N OTiCE-4op for this columtn should ations .of offieers.
be subiuttd by #a:30 o'clocek of 8:00-Sigma Xi meets In Natural Sel
tine day before puiblication. ence auditorium.

DEALER
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Inspeedion Trip;
aRailway E±ngineering .tiealrous of taking the, inspec-
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will meet for luncheon, Thursday, May 3,
W. R. HUMiPHRtEYS.

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ter Luncheon:
eguar monthly luncheon of the Romane Club Wednesday," May .2
o'clock, Michigan Union, Room 319.
A. G, CAN FIEILD.
gate. E*ngiisClub:
'e date of the next meeting of the Graduate English Club is changed
Monday, April 30, to Wednesday, May 2.. It will be held at Hele4
erry Rtesidence at S p. mn.;
aMARIAN IL' STUDLEY.
10' and4 Ge~raphy Camtp Smoker:
Th Arit annual smoker of the' Summer Field (;our ses, in Geology .,and
raphy gill' be held in Rooms G, 217, Natural Science building, Thursday,
8, At 8 p.,im. This smnoker is given under the auspices of Sigmaga tmma
on ani 'will be complimentary. All those who have attended the
,or are' interested in attending it at some future time are cordially
d to tttend. Siiok~s, eats, and' entertainment. Professodr Sauier and,
lussey will speak. I. M. GOU.D, Secretary.
sn Ga.rl~iu4 Lecture:
he Hamnlin Garland lecture, postponed from March 27, till be Fri-
V, Ay 4, at S p. i. in Hill Auditorium.
C. T. AN DR.W S.
rsity of Michigan Baud:
egular' Rehearsal Wednesday, May 2, University Hall Auditoriam,7
Alen wh.o were granted silver charms lgaet year are rettuested tq
them in to the Manager at this rthearsal.
WILWRI D WILSON, Diredtor.

WEDNESDAY
ll :1S-KHomanee club lunch in room
319 of the Union.1
S :0-N A.C..ichlgan tennis match-
jes at Ferry field.
4:=00-fR. 0.,T- C. band practice in
Newberry hall.
4.4 --. A. C,..Miclgaii baseball game
atl Fery fheld.
4:15--Organu recital In Hill auditorium.
4:15 --Prof. C,.IL ' Ward, of Oberlin
speaks in west gallery of Alumni
"Memlorial hall.
0 z 15-Ci 3liengineering .staff dinner hn
private dining room of the Union.
d 80--Senior law dinner in roomi014.
of the Union.
7 :14-forestry club meets in groom 0'14,,
Natural Science building.
7 :30-Order of De~olay meets in liar-
rls hall:
7 :x0-Baptist Students' guild moon.-
light hike. Meet at'guild house.
7 :30--Deceluberate meets lin room 33
of the Union.
7 :3-University of Mciigan port of
the Amaerican Legion meets Inj
room 325 of the Union.
7:- :.es Voyageurs meet in room :302
of the Union.
7 :S0-J. Fred Woodruff speaks beforel
University Chamber of Commerce
meeting in room 306 of the Union.
8:00-C. A. Kofoid lectures in Natural
Science auditorium.
8 :30--Annuial XMSonic May. patty. in
the Union.
THURSDAY
4 :1&l-IUniversity lecture in room 203;
Tappan hall.
6:15--Electrical engineering staff din.-
nor in private dining room of the
union.
7 :0-Glee club meets in uplper reading
room of the Union.
7 14--Frosh band praetkces in as sem-
Jly hail of the Union.
7 115-LMberal. club meets In room 302
of the Union.
7::14---nterscbolastlc manager a~nd
Athletic association officials meet
Ifraternity house managers to discuss
housing of men who attend inter-

Vote In the campus elections today.I
TODAY IS "M" DAY.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.

'Iota in the ampuis elections today.
TODAY IS 413t" DAY.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.

V-1iOTICE. Prof. A. ('A Solainido
All sophomol~s desiring to play class 'Pnfessor Solalinde who left yester-
baseball call Bill Reid at 558 to- day f'or California where he will teach
day.j in the University of California. He
Tote In the campus elections today, will leave for Spain in the latter part
___________________ Iof August after having spent a year3
Quadrangle Society Meets TonightJ in this country.II
Quadrangle society meets at 8 o'clock 1
tonight at the home of Prof. U. B.! Dr. Cori Addresses Physicists
Phillips, 1954 Cambridge road. Prof. Dr. James M. Cork, of the physics
R. M. Wenloy, of the philosophy de- department, spoke before the regular
partinent, will speak upon the subject, meeting of the Physical Colloquim yes-
"The Letters of George Meredith.'' 'terday afternoon on "The Quantum
rrni-ir of , Cn ~JiUfiX' 7- ,_

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