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ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN!
caio in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all meviberu of
alveratty. Copy receivred until s_2O P. m. (110 A. n a-sy.
t 3 FRIIJAY, XAY 4, 19 Njj Abr 1l0
iAll Seniors:
DIPLOGMA FEE IS PAYAJLEk NOW! Early settlement is ntees-
the prejparation of diplomas. In no case will the University
degree at Commencement upon any student who fails to pay this1
"e 4 o'clock p. mn. May 22. In case the Faculty does not recommend
r, the fee will be refunded on surrender of receipt for payment.
e applies also to teacher's certificate tee, business admlnistratlon
,e ee and nurse's diplonma fee. Candidatos°'br degrees, or for any
,e or diplomra should AT ONCE fill out cardl at office of tke $ecro.-
heir College or Sc:hool, pay, the Treasurer of the university and
.d recepted, and file indicated section of this receipted card with
etary of their College or School. Do not delay tllI the last mio-
t attend to tis matter at one.
Treasurer's Office will be closed each Saturday afternoon.j
SH1IRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary University. '
y Legore
U . E. Haswkes of Columbia College. Columbia University, will de-
riversity lecture on the subject "lamination and M~ental Ted
p. mn., Fr"iday, May 4, in the Auditorium of the' Natural Science
Dean IHawlces comes by the invitation of the Deans of this Uni-
His discussionu of the new developments in college and unilver-
tics with r~gard to examinations will be 'of interest to the momn-
the faculties. Dean Hawkes will, speak, more Informally, at
igof the Ujniversit~y Club, Friday-evening, May 4.

There will be a debate, tonight at 7:30. After the dp',;, f there will be
busines meeting when the nomination of officers [or n ext semnester, will
take place. May 11 the officers will be elected.

eases brought about by various ameoe- s poke y Aesterdlay afte7 icionin l roem .' Cuddlfle toy" that $(l'uEaik, aim1al
bae, Wednesday night in the Natural 214 of the ,Natural Science b~uilding. and dolls. 'Also rattles in all ,4lze
Science auditoriums. Thec topic of this talk was "he LiC(,e and designs. Jane iSingleton Tot Shlo,
Professor Kofoid, whlo is 'brought Cy~cle of Prntezoa wvith 1 el'erence to 4 Nickel's Alrcade.- Advi.
to the University through the ef- Certain Funldamentzal A spects of Ev - ________
forts of the zoology department,-loo -o" a onz al Avrie- d'

Tryout s for Coimely Club:
j Tryouts for mneinbershp in Comedy Club will be held in Newberry
Hall ,Auditoriunt Saturday morning, May 5, from 9 to 12. Those trying out
are requested to have something prepared which they can recite. All
students of the University are eligible for membership.'
C. J. 1)REISBACJl.
Comedy Clare:
All members of -Comedy Club are expected to be present at the try-
tinuts in dewberry hll Auditorium, Saturday morning, Maiy 5, fromi 9 to
12, to assist in the selection of the new menmbers.
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WHAT'S GOING ONJ

EINGINEERING SOCIETY
',HOLDS ELECTION TODAY

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v° rsi Club
Annual omeethig Friday, May 4, at 8$pmi. Election of officers and other
iness. D~ean Herbert E. Hawkes of Columbia College, will talk ;infor-
Lly on the newest developments in "examinations in course.
_. P. ADAMS, Secretary.
iDed Curricula:
All applica.tions for admission to. the Combined Curricula (Medicine,
w, Dentistry, anoi Nursing) must be filed with the Registrar on or be-
aSaturday, M4ay 5. ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Stadenlts
T'e is an urgent nee-d of twelve students to act as guides to the
opus front. $to 8 AG o'clock this morning. Quldes will assem-ble on the
ps of 11111 Auditorium at 8 o'clock sharp. The remuneration for this
vice will be 60 cents wh~ich can be had by application to the office of
Dean of Students. J. A. B3URSLEY.
ow?'T-itectiire and Marine lEngineering:,
Une-,2aduate in .this department who deaire, to obtain..practical exr
ience in, the Shops during the suammer, are requested to see Professor
blr or Professor Bragg, Room Z2Q West Engheering building.
II., C. SA DLER
f)Ibnan Rheoric Staiff:
A mreeting will be held at.4 o'clock Mo1nday aftern oon, May 7,.Jo con-
r the course of studly for 19 03-1924.
G. S. LASHIER.
*Iaal Geology Fileld Trip:4
The claLsein~ Glacial Geology .23 will assemble at the Natural Science
lding, aturday, Dmay 5, at f a. m'., for a trip by motor truck~ over west-
Wnahten4w County. It is important to have the Surface Geology map
the Ann. Arbor Folio. Other mnaps will be supplied by Mr. Leverett.
FRANK LEVERETT.
Firng at~ 200 -and ~00 yards. Truck leaves R. 0. T: C. office at 1 p. Mn.
day. Satur'day fiig will be at 300 and 500 3 arils. Truck leaves It. 0.
C. ffce at 8:30 a. in. F . E. COLLINS,
Capt. Int. Dol.
0. T. C. Adra~wced Course:
Black neclities are on hank' for all advanced course men. Be. sure,
all at the R. 0. T. C. offlec and get yours before Wednesday.
* . . . . Major' Ord. Adjutanit..
to Ciskhxlonship Debate:
Hastings High School debates With ToutiaC Binh S(-pool for tie high,
,ool chlam~ponahip~ in debating at 8. o'clock cui Fridamy evening, lMay 4,
the a.udit~orium of University Hall. The public is cordially tlnvitcd t
~nr. CARL G. BR lI)T.
ftsi"nu:--
Regular annual meeting will be held in the dining room of the !I -
ic Temnple aot 7:30 p. i. lFriday, May .4. Airn ual election, of 'ofilcers
Ibe lielden' laiformation relative to the trip of the degree team will be
en out.. J' W. HOSTRUP, President,

SOTICE-Copy for this column should]
be submit ted by Ci t- 30o'clorck of
th~e day before publication.
FRIDAY
12:I--Law faculty lunch In private,
dining room of the Uniton.
4t14---- awks, of Columbia, lec.
ture toNatralScience auditorium.
7:00-Zionist association meets in
7:4-Le hilub meets in room W.so
the Union.
7 40--Volonla Literary circle meets In
Lane hal.
8:00--Hamnlini garland lectures in
Hill a~ditoriuin.
8:00--Final' debate of Michigan high1
school debating league in University
9 :000--rosli Frolic hInassembly bal of
the Union.
1'2:0-- ~. Prixtce speaks to those !in-
iterested in auto sales training.
2s --Notre jDame-Michigan baseball
game at Ferry' feld.i
#:14--Taii Beta Pi dinner fit room 3.18'
of the Union.
S6*4--De .Silguta Delta dinner ii
room 319 of the Union..
630-Wesleyan guild pivnli(. C'all!
Wealey hall today.:
U-?4'ilCE S
C Caps and gowns for engineering and
literary seniors have arrived and
Mnay be obtained at Mone's Sport
shop.
17ickets for Camp Davis dance on sale
now at Graham's book store.
Today Is last day for senor engineers
to get their pictures in group pc
ture.
A. L. E. ,E. SECURE: FILMI
FORPl'.ESENTATION MAY 15

Cardidates for election to the execs-
tive offices of the Engineering socie-!
ty' were chosen at a meeting of the
nomilnating comniitt c,! held yesterday.I
Officers for the couIng year in the
society will be selected, in the annual
engineering elections today.
The nominees are as follows:. For
president, Calvin Campbell, '24, andi
Donald Holm, '24; for vice-president,I
Frederick Kratz, '24, and Freidel tiWil-
kening, '24; and for secretary, F. M.
Freeman, '25, and Waldo Greiner, '25;
and for treasurer, Franklin Dickman,
'25, and Kenneth McCracken, '25.
The election booth in the engineer-
ing arch will be open from 8 to 3
o'clock today.k
BIOLOGISTLECTURES
Professor lKofold of California Talks
1 on "Amoeba and Man"
Speaking on "Amoeba and Man"
Prof. Charles Atwood Kofoid, emi::ent
biologist and head of the zoology de-
partment at the University of Cali-
fornia, discussed the relation of such
organismfs to the human species and
with the aid of lantern slides describ-
ed in detail, the more disastrous dis-

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A LARGE, SHIPMEN4T JUST RECEIVED

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Scabbard and Blade Initiates Two ilen
Scabbard, and Blade, national hion-
orary military fraternity, initiated two
men Wednesday night. The new menm-
bers are cadet first lieutenant E. H.
Pals, '24, and cadet second lieutenant

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Through the courtesy of Stone and
E Webster, tle local branch of the Amx-
o rican Institute .of Electrical Engi-I
neers will present a film, "Nature's l
Frozen Credits,'' on May 15.,
The picture is a dlescription of the
*Caribou hydro-electrical development?
in the Sierra. Nevada mountains of
California. Prof. Lovell, of the electri-
cal engineering department will give
an introductory talk, prior to the
showing of the picture.
Child enms' Dress". -I nfanits six,
nmionths and Year sizes. .,Jane Single-
toff Tot Shop. ,4 Nickel's Arcaide.-
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ISOLD EVFIRYWHERE

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of unusual style distinction
One of the most favored suits of

(TPEiNING DANCE at
~ Jim BureRs hitmore
La4e 'dancing, pavilion Fri.s
dayand Saturday, May th
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of rich, all-wool. gray tweeds 'and
English mixture -with faint' over-
plaid in blue. The extra trousers
($7.50) insure double wear. You'll
get money's worth -9or moniey
back.

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Hbabe your portraits made
earrly: the cost is exceP-
tionally Ibk', Telephone
6o¢ Iv for an appointment

$375,0

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$1.00 Aut'o Strop Blades, (one doz.,.. ......... ...... . . ...89c
Wec Cgaette Cases (leaither) cut to .................... . . . . .

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