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TfH E MICHIGAN DiAILil________

of interest to the entire class member ship is to be presented by the and
sinned. W. C. HOAD,
i Class Menton.

F FI CIA L BULLETIN

Icr-

tlletin is constructive notice to
received until S-30 1. in. (11:30
TUESDAY, '1AY i, 9INI

all members at
nri ..r 16 4

'he P1resident and Mrs. Burton will be at home from 4 .to 6 o'clock
hiursday, May 17, inst ad of Wednesday, May 16, as previously an-
,. r. and :Mrs. Gustav Hoist and Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stock
ssist them in receiving. A new composition by Mr. Hodlst will, ho
d by a. group of artists from the Chicago, Orcesitra.
lease. note the change of date.
s Iea ns :
'here will be a conxference of the Deans oli W~edn.sday, WA, 7s, at
rr ltyT Led'ire s:
r. J. S. Mpckenzie, Litt. D., LL.D., Professor of, Philasophy Ittf
rity of Wales, formerly Fellow of the Universities of Glasgow anitvd
ridge, will deliver a University, lecture today on the subject, "Our
nt Outlook in Philosophy," at 2:4~0 p. in., in Room B, Law Building.
ublic is cordially invited. F. k. ROBBIN .
BT xLectures:
'he following lectures will be ,given by Professor C. E. McClung of
'niversity of Pennsylvania: /
lay 15, 4:15 p. in., Room 214 N. S., "The Chromosomes in Relation
iRace."
ay 15, 8 :00 p. mn., N. S. Auditorium, "'The 'Unity' of Life."'
say 16, 4:15 p. m-., Room 214 N. S., "The Chromosomies in Relation to
idvdual."
lie afternoon lectures are, semi-technical and will .be.o' seca
st to the advanced students of 'biology, but-the evening lecture is
popular nature and of interest to the public who are cordially
d. A.FRANKLIN SWILL.
Modes Scholarsbip :
ni December 8, 1923, the State COmnittee for Michigan will %appoint
bodes scholar from the nominees of the ?university a-nd of the colleges
state. The scholar appointed will enter Oxford, in October, 1924. The
raity of Michigan may nominate five 'and selection probably of ,not
tlian fou~r will be made in June and possibly, if candidates appear,
e or more next October. Stiuidents now wishing' to.-be 'ccnsideredl
I have their applications with all supporting credentials in xity hands
ter than Saturday noon, June 2. Some time between June 2 and
15 applicants will be given the opportunity of meetting the 'local
ittee. Detailed information, conference and application~ blanks at
'lce of the Graduate School. ALFRED H1 LLOYD,
Chairman, 'University Rhodes Scholarship Committee.
A 'Seltool ,Administrative Board:
here will be no meeting of the Board today.
CARL W. EBE10AC1R.
fers to Professional Schls:1
LI j,,terary students planning to transfer, next September to onhe of
'ofesslonal Schools or Colleges, not on the Combined Curricula, should
application to the Registrar before June 1.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
si1lar ii, Labhor Problems:
hie class in Labor Problems Wvill not' meet on Thursday afternoon,
7. ARTHUR E. WOOD.
e Il echAmical Engineers:
hie graduates of this year. who may be interested in applying for
atments as Engineer Officers in the Coast: Guard Service, as, a.-
d by Captain N,;winan recently, can obtain the necessary blanks. and
,ation fromt Professor Sadler, Room 326, West Engineering Building.
H. C. SADLER."
nee Club:
egular monthly mleeting of the Romance Club, Wednesday, -AT 16,
5 o'clock.
rogra.m : -r. N. S. Beinent. "The Transition Period in flaizte'd Work
he Actual Bate or his Production."
A. G. CAXNFTIELD1.
ers Chemical Engineering Society:
nportant business meeting and election of officer Wednesday 6"e-
play 16, at 7:30 at the Union. All miembers are ur id to be prset
tserved. A.¢ D. OETJEN.

To ,alt'EngineersM
Tb~rii tile courtesy of ':tone & Webster Construction Company a filin
known as "Natures Frozen Credits" will be shown on Tuesday afternoon
at 4:30 p. m. in the Natural Science Auditorium. The film is of the
Caribou hydro-Elettlo Development, and some very pretty Western scenes
are included.
Professor A. H. Lovell will give a short introductory talk on the
films,. RICHARD N. OLDS,
Chairman, Student Branch A. 1. E. ED.
AAhitgl Hounse of, epr 0WnAtive8s
Tito Adelphli House of Representatives will hold tan open air meet-
Ing tvolit. All Iiembers are expected to be at the Adeiphi room at 7
o'clock. Therea will be an interest ing program and refreshments. Faring
acup.. BA L. ALEXANDER, Clerk.

- i 20--. 1. C. E. iteeting lintrowit 316,
S of the iJlioU.
7:30---Replu1i1i ca lub uwetingi roolil
304 of the Union.
SWO---Audobon rseciely meelling in te
ricading room or the Uinior,
t °..0--Fir.stof Mays ftival e.ouitee'to
illii i1l auditorium.
U-I OTICE S
Stuidents -ib li w:umt jjs th1zis slrimer
Should i,)I)ay to the employmienit
'bureau in University hali.
Stmi ior iouhIteudcll for their 'mill tick.'

Laiterary freshumeni are requeslvfl to pay
t heir dues at once. The class lug:
s-evral assessmuents to 1ee00 Wined-
iatcly and suficient filtlHIS:Ire w-
ing. Senld $1 to fi. Aorylavide, 431.
Thomnpson street.
WyI~iIsies requtest s ms au msaripts for

'1hlis exi
;;lI iC l :of

thleA iss18ue be sent T i s ,soon as-___
possible, and niot later thian May 17. I':ris, May 12 (By A. P.)--Emiil
An +exhIbition of thai i-cli 1iuirdi ,'Nt! Iocl Lein, -,niember of the German

.-JCHSTAG MEMBER
ON HUNGER STRIK'

The degree team: of the 'Craftsmen will go to Highland Park on Thurs-
day afernoon May 77. Arrangemnents, will be made to leave at 3:00 p. mn.
via_ the D. U. R. J. W. IIOSTRtTP,
President.

ets now. Horace McKnight. 1617
Washltenaw has them. lHe has also
a few untold tickets left.+
C. It. Lang, of the General Electric
company, will be at room 405 of the
Union today" to interview men who
have, or who have not, made ar-
rangements with him through R. F.
Wienekce with regard to the comn-
pany's business training course.
'fen French lilthogrp pil posters hav-e
been placed on display inm the lower
corridor of the Library where they
will remain for the remainder 'of the

Laong competition sketches, le,:,e(I
to the architectural college by "Pen-
cil Points," is being -shown ill
tihe glazed case inl the archltctt~l'
corridor, main floor, Engineetring
building.
Inteiallonal iN-,tvr color' exhibit (in-,
der} auspices of Ann Arbor Art as-
sociation in Nwest gallery o[ Alumni
Memorial hall. until May 230. Adin is-!
sion 25 cents to all non-nicnmbcr.;,or
tho. association.
An interwational exIb1ition of Nwater
colors, inlcluding works of the lead-
ing French, German, English, Nor-
wegian, Russian, Japanese and Am,-!
erican artists is open to the Festival
visitors from 1:30 to 5 o'clock in
west zallerv umn1,i~rii Memoia.l hall.

REichstag ,for Thuringen, and Gabriel
Paeri, secretary of the Association of.
Com11munist Youth, lield for trial for
ofiU,;ns ~against thne security of the"
stat ,, have begun a hun er strike in
Sante Prison, the Humanite an-
nounces. The strike is. in protest
against "the illegal and arbitrary se-
nquestration" of the two men. Eleven
of those awaiting trial, including Mar-
cel Cachiu, iwe're released last week.
Frosh Lit. Class Dues should be
sent now to K. Morganridge, 431.
IThoinhpson.-Adv.
Just cal 960., whert you have a
ura,L- -Adv.

WhA'SGOING ON
'CO1Cy,46,opr this column should
hsubtted by 4:M0o'clock of
thme day before publicatian.
TrESDAT
9:3--As elaion of Uniersity Wom-
en- me~ets In room: 323 of the Union.
l1 Q0--Important mceting of senior
engineers in room 348 of the Engin-
eering building.
12 :14-S--itgma Gainman Epsilon lunch-
con In room 323 of the Union.
19 s 15--A ssociation of LUnlersity Wiom-
en luncheon fn room 325 of the Un-
ion.
33 s0--.L. tro 4y -,T. S. Mackenzie in
room B of the Law building on "Our
Present Outlook on Philosophy."
4180-A. E. E. lecture. In Natural ,Sci-
emce auditorium.
4 :15-Ltefikre by. Prof. C. E. iltcClung
in room 214 of the Natural Science
building.
a: 5:Guioo enginecers meet at egin-
eering arch to start on annual Pow-
Avow.
6:00-Annual pharmacey banquet to be
j held at the Union.:
6:1,--l ectt club dinnor Ini room 319
Iof the 'Union.
0:14---A sectalion of Univerity Womi
eta dinner 1b room 323 of the Union.
K M----B _"lters' dinner lin room 31S
Sof the Union.
a 6:11--Teta DeltaClhi mneeting in roo f
- 33 oP'the Union.
7:0-Mket meeting tn room 302 of the
Union.
7 :0-Cass In the G6spel of §t. .Johnm
meets Inl thme Upper Room of Lane
hall.

7:30-Comedy club hmsinets meeting,* ~ ~ ~ *AS.~ *aA. S*.
in Sarah Caswell Angell hail.
7 M -'-Executive stuff of the Uiversity
{ hospital meets in room 306 of tileI° -
Union. ..,EoI i n A eia er iv.r -r:
7:14t-Adelplul netng in Adelpin! orisn ni-ian C 1en _v rnn_
I rooml of University hall, preparatory DR
I to outdoor meeting. ByDR J. E. KIRKPATRICK.
j7:30-Comedy club mwets in Sarah
Caswiell Angell hall. A brief stuffy of the constitutional. development of the Amiiericanl college and ivez
berry, hall. note of the British chlaracter of the organization provided for the two eldest colleges, I-a
7:30-Unitlversity Rifle club meeting In Famn and Mark, their corporations being controlled by resident officers and teachers. It
room 304 of the Union. Election ofj forces which finally overthrew faculty rule, gave "Yale from the first a nion-resident g(
Iofficers, changed entirely the form and thleory of the academe constitution. Tt undertakes to sho)
8:00-Acolytes meet in roorn 106, MAts. 1 principle and practice of a non-resident lay govern me ntlhas developed the American cc
on hall..,. ial office.
81:00-Lecture by C. E. MfcClung Ini Na-
" tual Siene auitorum.Published by George Wahr. Paper, 40c. Cloth, 65C'.
8:30Comedy club soctal ill Barb ourt
gymnnasiuml parlors.A

lit

rsity. It takes
rvard and Wil-
:notes also tihe
xvernme~it and
,w also how the
ollege presiden,-

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r'
I4
k

WE DNE SDAY;
10 :00-Conference of the deans.
1'2:05-Rotary club luncheon in Chm.
ber of Commerce inn.
2 :00-~Audobon soelety meeting In
reading room of the Union.
2 :304:30--Fasion display *III assem-
bly hall of tile Union, for man and
womenl.''
4 :10-R,. 0. T. C. band practice inI
Newberry hail.
4.0 :f)6 :{0-O0pen house In Harris hall,
'4:15--Lecture by Prof. C. E. M~cClungI
in room 214 of the Natural Science
building.
6:1 i -Decemy'ramte dinner In room 319
ox the Union.
6:s30-Tria ngle dinner, in room 121 of
4the Union.
6 :30-.--Sphilnx dinner in room 302 of tihe
Union.
7 -.00--Swaesnanship clumb meeting inE
room 306 of the Union.
7 :15-Forestry club meeting in room
214 of Natural Science building.
7:15---(-hA- w'ber of Commerce meet-
ing In room 302 of the Union.
7:111--esearch club meeting in iisto-
logical laboratory of the Medical
building;.

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MEN AN'SD OTHIERS

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Frosh 'Ut. Class Dues should
sent now to K . Morganridge,
Thompson.--Ad .

bed
43;1

WaligOxfords

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witli more pleasure antd

convince you thtit4e have many articles, witl r11whCichyou Cansenioy your trigs
comflort, also imany of mi ci you caim not do il w11itifmouit. Sonie of thien ire:

will be'
of classl

held on Tuesday, May 15, at 11 o'clock. A. considtr-
business is 'on the do cket, and ofle particular, matter

The Daily "Classified" Columns,

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Oxfords in
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with low.
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