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May 04, 1924 - Image 8

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liatiooD in tie Bulletina is contructive notice to all members of,
anlvrsity. Coapy received by Mle Aasistat to -the President until
p. m. (11:30 . M. saturday):
wei 4 SUNIJAY, 3M4Y 4, 10 Number 157
re will be no conference of the eans 'on Wednesday, May 7. There
wever, be a conference, on Wednesday, May 14. M. L. Burton.
lamatiou by the Giovernor:'
tom has decreed that once each year a day shm be set apart from
srs especially for bservance as Mothers' Day. The plan was brought
athat every person might give more than ordinary attention to Mo-
that we might show to her our deepest appreciation of her sacrifice,
t, guidance and loving care.
he rush and swirl of present day affairs and business one is inclined
t for the moment the determination of Mother that we should have the
s of life that she did not enjoy, and that to bring aout the realization
ambition it deprived her of the very happiness she sought to bestow
. It has been this motherhood ideal that has raised the s 4ndard of
an citizenship to its present exalted place.
every home, no matter how elegant or humlie, that same mother de-
and sacrifice has a.1ways existed and always will If mother love
le world there would be no conflicts, no destruction of human life be-
$f greed, no sorrow because of unrighteous designs.
ry day should 'be- Mohers' Day, with possibly a little greater ma ni-
Supon Mothers' Day of our appreciation because of her sacrifc
virtue of the authority vested in me as Governor of the State of
kn, I do hereby designate and proclaim Sunday, May eleventh, 1924,
ers' Day, and'I call upon our people, both old and young to gather
r several places of worship and take part in services appropriate to
d let absent sons and daughters take this occasion to visit the mother
id lhome, or, where such a visit is Impossible, let them send a message
rand greeting.
sccordance with a resolution of the Congress of the United States, I
request the people of Michigan on the day aforesaid to display the
tates fla1g in, their =homs and in other suitable places, as a fitting
lon of their desire to pay homage to American motherhood.
een under mty ;hand and the Great Seal of the State this nineteenth
A pril, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twenty-
id of the Commonwealth the eighty-eighth.
Alex J. (Groseck, Governor.
extra health 'lecture, "A Fundamental Instinct and Its Control", willl
n to men students in the Naural Science Aulitoriui, Mondy, May
7 o'clock,. aWrr im . Forsthe
30' .re mnm wy board hind odd Jow, {;:rl, g brt"n I ~tvcr, ~ .~.
kth tbo NEmploynen* PureAti. Stfideat3 :wanting this.k id cf work
call ati Lwp~.1ymrt Bt°urea, lRootmi2, 17n Yv~rsu y I 11.
J. A. litrsey.
ahmu~n Women:.
freshman women are requestedl to meet in Sarah Caswell Angel
tfive o'clock, 'on Monday afternoon, Mlay fifth.
Melon Reece, Vice-President o Freshman Clas.
l;, 0#artmeno1t:
e. ! glish Department will meet for luncheon at the Union on Tles-
ty 4. at 12: 10 o'clock. iVi. R. l1"1111#hrey.
6 uid + eogrt4hy Field Courses:
students, who have received peri so from the instructors in the
urses in Geology and Geography to attend the summer camp in Ken-
shoul enroll 'at the Registrar's office and pay ther fees at once.
y'others interested in the camp shiould consult the Director.
G. N. Ehler; Director.
itions In Hitry:
M 1Blanche Howell of the High School will conduct the class in O-
abt History on Tuesday, May Rl, Auditorium of Newberry 1a1.11
ar will take the form of a ,conference. (' . PFltclIF
Opaigefr Engiers:
o following Mens will appear on the program for Tuesday, 730 P. M.,
itor'348 , West _Engineering Bldg:: Wightman Chair an, and Mes rs.
°, Uf ple,Ktz, Jadhav, Reieb, Rich, Swigert, Bradley, l versdyk.
C. A. Schmtidt, Chirman of Asseallies.
n4. Hinshaw-Shder, soprano, post gaduate stdenlt of Wliam
d ,f the Universty School of Musk, will give an artit's recital to
tlhe public is invited Tuesday evening, May f, at 8:30 o'clock -t tlce

f To an Aeolian harp; leer Tod, Das 1Ist Die Kuble Nacht; ,Aadchenhied;
MTy Heart is in Bloom (Brahims); 0 Thou Billowy Harvest Field; To the
Children (Rawchmnaninoff); hymn to the Sun (Rimsky-Korsakc~f); Floods of
Spring (Rachan.inoff); Aria-Ah, tors' e' li (La TP~aviata) (Verdi); June
(Dwning); Memiory (INcgley), The Sailor's Wife (:Burleigh), Pierrot (Sam-
1 Dwight Steere at the Piano.
Charles A. Sink, S~cretary.
1The regular meeting of the Women's Researchi Club will be held on
Mlonday, Mlay 5, at ":30 p. mn. in room 242 Natural Science Building.
Eileen W. Erlanson.
Acolytes meet Tusday evening at 8 in Room 106 . -H. Prof B3anshard
will read a paper on, "The Three Types of Human Nature."
0. K. Bousgnua..
Cercle FrancaC:
Special meeting of the Cercle Francais, Monday 'afternoon, at 4: 00 o'-
clock, Cercle rooms. Helen Nancy Woodruff, Pres.
Physics Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:x.5 Tuesday, May 6, in Room 202
Physics Building. Professor W. W. Sleator will speak on : "The Energy,
sent out by a Sounding Body." HI . 1Randall.

} S:Off-~ Acalytes meeing, room WON, Ma. PUBLIC DEBT REDULCED)
son hall. 1 ONE BILLION;
S :30-Anna IHinshaw Sidler In vocal
r:':ital, School of Music auditorium.. Washington, Mfay .- T1
debt of the United States is
1BILOC CA P v~ii ~ ~I282,717,427, the treasury ,
t IIII D ITHU W anounced Friday.
EN Umar I During the year ending lTO
ernment receipts were $3,1
1OTFI', OrE iJILE, xceeding ex penditutres by


The public
snow $1
May 1 gov-~

All persons or societies nusiug this
column should include in their notices
day, hour, and place. All notices
without this data will be disregarded.
96:30-LUnlversity Men's Bible glass
meeting, Lane ball.
10:30-Communion service, Lane hall.
11:00-Bayonne club meeting, room
302, Union.
3 :00--Congregational students meet-
ing for election of officers, Congremga-
tional church.
3 :00--industan club meeting, IZane
3 :30--Student4O' ike and supper, meet
at Harris hall.
4:00--Canoe conference, Cong- 'ega.l
tional church.
4:30-- Lutheran students' umeeting.
Z-on pap'ish hball,.
7 :15-ewlshStur4dnts,'e.--gregiith
meeting. Lane lall'.
Not," Corgregational chiii'ch.
12 :01-Journal club luncheon, Unioni
12:00--:school of Education luncheon,
room 319. Union.
4 :00-Ceicle Francais meetng, ro' ru
202, South Wing.
4:30- Freshman Girls' Glee elub
meeting, Barbaour gymnasium.
600-Surgical staff dinwv~r, 1.l'don.,
6:0{1-Vxchange club diune 1'1116in.
7 :00-Speeifal health lecture, NaItra'
Science auditorium.
7:36--Women's Rteseareoclachb meet-
ing, room 242, ,Nat aral SeencQ

Plans are reapidly nearing complle- I
tion for the University Biological sta-
tion at Douglas Lake. The camp will1
open June 30 with accommodations
for 70 students. Among the newN
buildings two laboratories, stock roomn,
and 12 small houses have been com- 1
pleted, and plans are going forward
for the construction of a new mess
Of the 70 openings, more than half
have already been reversed, and only
six of that number are Michigan'stu-
dents. As the places are rapidly be-
ing filled, it is necessary to make
application for admission early in or-
der to insure admission. Any stu-
dent who has had one semester of
zoology or botany is eligible for en-
trance. Applications are being re-
ceived by Prof. George R. LaRue, of
the Zoology department, the director
of the station.
American students at the summer
session of the University of Mexico,
in the City of Mexico, are offered op-
por'tunities for special studies and
for trips under trained guides to vis-
it places of interest near the city.
Courses are given in elementary in-
treniediate and advanced Spanish, in
the history, geography and literature
of Latin America and Spain, as, wet'
as in fields. of. archaeology., folk-lore
and ,politics. Excursions are made to
pyramids, volcanoes, monasteries or
Indian villages. The tuition fee is
x30. an0 living a-commo"atons can
"'m obtained for from $2.50 to $4 a
d ia.

973. The public debt was reduced a
billion doallars during the year ending'
May 1.
"Jimmie the adtakier" sells anythting
Liceiscd Steamip ~iA genit
f'01 E. Ifuron St. P11.184
I ucal authorized agen-t for White Star,
Cunard, Ur. S., Canadian Pacific, Redl
Star, American, Pacific Maltl, North'
German Lloyd, Italian, 1French, Greek,
Hamburg Amnerican, and ALL other
lines. Also, all College Tlours on above
Lines can be arranged thru mue. Slee
me, early for hp,:t 1reservations. iMy
services on booking: you are free.
'Vrite, phone or call.



After the spring
cleaning, add a t,
,sp>ring freshness to t
with a new picture.
Craoft Shop has a fi:
ing at exceptionall3
ate prices. Remet
place-opposite the
f ice in the Arcade.



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Roscoe Ailes, who with his unusual
a gregation "of funsters' from tho~
keith 'circuit, comies to the Majes>tic
tomorrow. Katie Pullmhan and
Charles Calver't, the contortionist!(
steppes , are also on the bill with
Ailes. Three weeks this season these
artists appeared in the New York Pal-
ace A jazz band is also on the wee's

Gea amVictrola
for your boat
Boats of every kind, from the modest
canoe to the palatial steam yacht, carry a~
Victrola nowadays.
Delightful nmusic-particularly .leauti-
ful on the water.
c Portable- VictrolIas
(Genuine Victrolas)
$25.00, $35.00 and $50.00
Easy terms if desired


(Continued from Page Four)
becoming more at his ease, ;he at-
tacked the role, of the ubiquitous docr-
tor with delightful abandon. The
play was typically amateurish, some-
times 'a delight in a 'world of drama
filled with impossible sophistication,
but in this case so obvious as to be
a fault. toughness in the diffcult
passages, a certain hesitation on the
part of the 'actors to give themselves
uip to the spirit of Moliere's comedy,
and a distinct. lack of smoothness in
Sthe matter of presentation character-
ized the whole performance.
jThe brightest spot of the evening
I was the acting of Samiuel Bonello,
1who played the part of Eugene the in-
terpreter in the little one act :curtain
raiser. It was a remarkably inter-
esting and vital performance.


110 S. AIN ST.

3 :30---wIiug Out,
7:30-Interfrater aivYe'ouv-ll
ing. room 309, Union.

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WlVLaington, May .-Fobr the pcecoi d'
time~ in the present session- the sen-
:0ie foulnd it necessai-y'to). replenish
its contin1gent fund depleted by the
:et ies of long inquiries. A special ap-
pr op-riation of $100,000 'was apprav-
ed F riday.
PT~ironize Thily Advertsers.-Adv.,

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Price $1.00

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Dinner 12 to 2c
SSupper 5:30 to 7:00
w Our Special Sunday .Dinner
n S
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Good Food and Pleasant Surroundings
.. w

Signs' of Spring

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Crocuses !

A robin redbreast!

Men looking in our wind(
at the new H'ickey-Freer
Suits I



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