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May 09, 1924 - Image 8

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THE Ml(,HTHAN L,./l

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FFICIAL BULLETIN

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in the Bulletir, ig constructive notice to all members of
ity. Copy received b:- tbo A iPtant to the President until
(11:30 a. mn. SaturdavO
i t1UTRS.1 iALAY 9, 1924 Number 60

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ose members of the stalff who received bout one parking tag will
ill at the office of the SecretaryN, the additional tag can now be
f. ~Shirley 1W. smith], secr+tary.
f R~pr"e! enratlves of Honor Councl:
e will be ra meeting of th., representa <tives of the Hlonor Cou-zvil
4 o'clock in Barbomur ynasiulm. Gil l .BIeattie, Secretary.
eke-up examination for those ~nfrcw._ the last blue. hook will he
)ur Thursday afternoon. Room 207, Ec. it. L. Ca'verly.
ini kEngineriing:
y mnorning, My 9th, t ine Wo'clc in Rtoom~ 348 Engineering
Mr. Frank 11.G-ilhreth li i lahkon j "'he On~e Best Way to do Work."
;ibreth is famous ; as mnae nteninerin botli Europe anl
andl his talk; sholdc be of i ilere-..tt all students of engineering
,geirnent. All initere st;ed are cordiailly invited to attend.
John Wylie, Jr.
r i'01 Qo'Vlldr' n:
itory hour11 whi, w eic it ru e d ly'Swing0out will be resumned
four in 102 Masona Hall. Group two of the Class in Story telling
r cha -;e. All clhullrn interestced ini hearing~ the stories are wel-
arnts a~nd teache s are i~rvitel also. The story hours will be held
s14 and Thum'day durling this inotth. Ray K. Iminel.

Itecit. "The Rage of tho Tempest" (Iandol), Aria "Hear Me, Ye Windts
and Waves" (Hanxdel) Mr. Neihaus; 0, Sleep, Why Dost Thou Leave Me?
(from Semnele) (Handel), Who Is Sylvia? (Schubert), "La Partid(1a" (Al-
varez), Miss Cumming; "In Questa Tomba Oscura" (Beethoven), H-ail a Horse
a finer, No one ever saw (F1. Korbay), "The Song of the Volga Boatm)an"
(Adapted by Chaliapin-Koeneman) ; Aria "Vissi D'Arte, Viss= D'Amore" (La
Tosca) (Puccini) Miss Cuminmng; Trade Winds (Salt Water Ballad) (Keel),
Tears of God (Mowrey), Rolling Down to Mio (German) Mr. Neihaus;
Tally. Ho (Leoni), Little Star (M.Lexicaiu Song) (La Forge), Come to the Fair
(Martin) Miss Cumming.
Accompanimnents by Ethel Ann Cumming and Gwendolyne Mae Wilson.
( Charles A. Shil:, Secretary.
IL. 0. T. C.
On account of Spring Games there will be no Range firing this week.
IVin. T. Carpenter, P.M.S. & T.
"Mllit'uy Science 4:
Mtake upi examination in sketching and .AIap Reading 'Friday at 2:00
P. M. at 1002 S. University. i. T. Carietiter, P.M.S. & T.

Chinese all Biurned I The fire Nwas extinguished withoutj
S Shangha,-Nearly 1,800 sacks ofI knowledge of the passengers. Shang-
mailwer desroyd b fir onthehai business houses face a heavy loss.
Admiral line steamer President Mad-
ison, between Kobe and Shanghai,. to-J "Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
gether with a large amount of luggage. quickly.--Adv.j

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narl Club on Thursday evening, May
ni "Vacuoiation of Protoplasm" and
cethi gisi held in Room 242, N. ..
'C are invited.
P~eter Okkelberg.

All personis or *letles "'Sing this
eooin shouIoncltlude In their notices
day, bout-, awl place. All noticesb
w'ith ouit this d4l w ~ill he disregarded.
TH URSD)AY
9t0;1 s. m.-Milhlgan n nterscOwlastle
Press association convention. Rteg-
istration, Union.
12 :5-History 4elwrtmient lunchoon,
2'~i :0- ic1 lgan Interscholastic Press
association convention. openin~g
session, Union.
^:30-Faculty Women's ln1b hike, mweet
24at- Geddes avenue and Godde';
l eig hts.
.,:00- Sophoinore, meeting9, Un'i If"
seinbly hall.
~ %-Senior banquet, Presbyterian
Church.I
46:M---C osmopolltan 'club "droner, tin.
ion.
6: :--_Micblgun Interseholastlc Press
association dinner, rooms .31-'2,
Union.
7:00--Opera committee mneeting', room
304, Union.
7 :30---Apha Nu meeting, Universityl
hal.
7 :30---GeologicalI Journal elub ineo -
in-, room G 430, Natural Science
building.
7 e'$(--Chfuwnlber. ef Commierce meeting,.
room32 U~n

8:00-Internationia lit 'ragman,
Hill auditorium,
8:00-All-medle smoker, union.
FRIDAYI
9:00 a.. in.-fichigan lnters~huolasf Ic
Press association. Opening session,
union.
9:00 a. i.-Frank B. (6ilbreth speaks
on "The One Best Way to Do Work,"
room 348, Engineering building.
12:)-Lw faculty lunchteon, Union.
0 :00-Law Rediew dinner, room 318,1
Union.j
6:15 --Sigma Xi lultlallon banquet, in-
ion.
6030-Daniel Webste.r Law club dinner
Union.F
89:0-- Isabel Cuimmings and JIllins
Neihaus in joint vocal recital, School
off Music auditorium.
intramural Items 1

Open Sundays
and Evenings

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veninrg at 7: 34 in our rooms oni the fourth floor of, Uni-
ction of officers at the business meeting. Subject for
hat the Oxford sy temi of student control be adopted b~y
M'ihigan. Earl W. Cory, President.
Club:
a mreeting of The Geolcale Journal Club in Room G 436,
iling, on 7Thuriiday, '1%,"y 8th, at 7:30 P. M. ProgrpM:
By Josiah E. S Uri, Reviewe"d by Professor Cook.
are cordially 'Invited to attend.
L. hf' otil~l Secretary.

(Continued from Page Six) 1
Ray3mau vs. Giants, Yankees vs. To-!3
ledoans. Walfson.s vs. (lun'and Blade 3
club, Spencer's Enterfprlsers vs.
Fletcher Haill. I

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"A CURIOUS MISHAP"

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-OS GIOLDONI

Fraternities playing in the tennis
tournament should observe the rule
of five men to each to~m.
Results of the all-campus horseshoe
tournament, both singles and doubles,
must be in the Intramural office by
tonight.
POT-onize tDi A dvertsers. -A dv.

Edited: and Adapted for Stage Presentation by
PROF. RICHARD D. T.. HOLLISTER

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ispanlicai:
Ibe an iniyortant moeeting of the club
ne Mall. 'wNinations ifor next year's
re reqdue ,ted to be there.

this evening in the Atid-
oificers xNviii be in order.
:inliou A. Peterson.

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al initiation and dinner or the Wiel pte M r of Sigma Xi will
e .icbiga n ;nIont 6:15. IFrd;ay cv!'T'ilk-, ,May 901. All rmem-
ntycr.sty ,re iNOW edto dAt. rd the iati,?n aind te d. ner.
be bined from tMe Treasurer, Pofaesor Nor Carl Rufus of the
e*acrtin t, or from the Secretary, Professor John H. Ehlers
r De artneiit. Th'lis rieetin,,wil! be of sp:.cVa interest-in that
of till _N:Ational Eectve(o;I~cil i !ll"?e present anml addess-
en byV thie 1Ntional lPresidenti, l)'. Tht~fiiyer, tYemen Kellogg,
mnanm acid Henry 13. YWard. Alfrmd Scott% Warlt nPines.
st students of JamesFHamiltonT tl umin-g, soprano, 01.
ulius Neihaus, baps, of Chelseawill uniec in iing M1e folow-
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thought and design today. Architects are designing in
masses - the great silhouette, the profile of the building has,
become of far greater importance than its detail.
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