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AlLY OPPIC.IAL BULLETIN
blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
University. Copy received by the A~irtaut to the President until
0Q p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday,
tame 4 TUESDAY, MAY 131, 19241 Number 164
a convocaton
n Tuesda~y afternoon, May 13, 1924, the first. Honors Convocation will
Ld in Hill Auditorium. By recommendation of,.the Deans, University.
.s btWtxa the hours of 4 and G on Tue: day afternoon. are dismissed
e purtpose, of this convocation. Details of arrangements and plans for
bly are annlounced in the notice of L. AL Gram, University Marshal,;in-
Sin this issue of the Daily Official Bulletin.
11 member~s of the Faculty are cordially invited to Join in the academic
ision. Academic dress should be worn, if possible, but is not nec-
r. 1tM, L. Burton.
4 Advlsory Cemmittee, College of Lterature, Science and the Arts:
short meeting of the Comimittee is called for Thursday, .May 15th, at
~M. in the Dean's office'. John lIt, Effinger.
1odes Scholarships:
1 December 13, .1924, the State Committee for Michigan will select from
mikiees of the University and of the colleges of the State one candidate
Rhodes Scholarship for 1925.' A scholar elected for that year will gd
esidence at Oxford in October, 1925. The University is privilegied t4
ate to the State Committee not more than five and selection will be)
solmetime in June by thn University Committee. Applications shoulJd be
hands not later than Saturday, May 31. Information and conference
office of the Graduate School.
Alfred It. Lloyd, Chairman University Rhodes Scholarship Corn.
for io9Hors Convocation:
nesday, May 13, 1924.
leathier Fair:
ime of Assembly-x~:45 1'. Mv.
acer, of Assembly as :follows:
ouor StudentF on t he sidewalk of South University Avenue, directly
of Alumni Menoriai hall.
lie Presdent. }President Emeritas uesA1ts'' of the University, lRegenuts
enn at Rom Y, Alumni Memorial Hfall.
titer miepibiers of the Fa cuilies,in Alumni Mkemorial Hall1, West Gallery,
I floor, where they nay robe.
loase be prompt so that the procession may not be delayed in starting.
caps and gowns~ if possible. The line of march will be State Street and
University Avenue to Hill Auditorium.
eather. Rainy:
he procession will be abandoned.
onor Students will present their invitations at the middle inner door
11 Auditorium, whereupon they will be ushered to reserved seats.
he President, (President Eumeritus, Guests of the Univ'ersity, Regents
ean will assemble in the dressing rooms, first floor of Hill Auditorium.
hen members of the Faculties will assemble in the dressing rooms,.
I and third floors, where they may robe. Enter by rear doors.
L. Al. 46ram, Marshal.

SENIORS-Time's Flying -
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CORRECT AND UP-TO-DATE STYLES
ALL WOT(K -GUARANTEED
Wah's Uni versityB
will be given at 7: 15 P. M., Thur'sday eveningAMay 15th., West Physics Labor-
atory. C. T. Johnston, Director.
Story hours for Children;
On account of, convocation the class in.Story!-telling will not meet this
afternoon. Trhe same group will have charge of thme story hours on Thurs-
day. Ray K. inmnel.
Tryout for the Class in Initercollegiate Debating:
A new course in Intercollegiate Debating is to be offered in September.
Pri'c' this class mill be cho en the teams for the women's debate with Ohio
and( the mien's debates with Northwestern and Chicago. Three hours credit
will he given for thu s course. Tryouts for this class will be held Saturday,
May 24, at 8 A. M., in Room 302 M. H. A five minute talk should he pre-
sented on some phase of the question: "Resolved, that a labor p~arty, similar
in ideals and aspirations to the British Labor Party, should be established
in the United States." .'t'hose who intend to tryout should register in the
ofi'i-e of the Public Speaking deprtment where further i'nformation regard-
ing the class ay be obtained. l.L. >Ejk.
0,,411opoliitnnClub :
Nominating- voiiittt ee or ihe nAming of pro zpect~ve of'ficers for next
year-, meet in 302 hniveriity 1Hall at 4 P. Ml. Comnmittee members are. Pro-
~esrJ. A. C. Hlldimei; Carlton' F. Wells;. J. A. Eniiquez, Johann Rorich, W.
L. 1-st, N. 0btomo, and . . .IRyar. Report wll be miailed to members Wed-
nesday. .Fred Hediger, President.
to Sociedad Hispanica: .
j The annual election of officers 'will take place this atfternoon at 4:00 p.
in. in Room~ 209 Tappan Hall.
All1 members are requested to be there. .I ilPtii Petersoni.
3latliematlial Club:
Regular meeting will, be held in Room, 401 Mason Hall, this evening, at
8:30 o'clock. Professor Running will present "A Method for Approximate
Construction."Dr. Georges dle Bothezat has been invited to speak on "Crit-
ical Discussion of the Conception of Velocity."j Al l persons interested are
cordially invited to attend the meetings of the Club.
j '~. jW . l~eiiton, Secy.

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without this data will be disregarded.
TUESDAY
14:04.6:44-- lhon ors convocation, 1Hill
auditorirum.
1 :00- Sociedad llispaieia meeting,
rooml7 209, Tlapplan hall.;
1.00--- Cosmoolitani club meeting,
roomi 302, university hall.
1 4:30-Uniiversity Girls' glee club,
meeting, Barbour gymnasium.
6 :00--Varsity Band dinner, room 318,
Un0-Sion :dinner, room 323, non. (-
:30--A delphi meeting, _ Uiersity
hall.-«
- 30-Les Voyageurs mteting, room
:304, Union.
" 3}--Rep ublicjan ('111)smoker, Up--
per' reading room.
f7 :30--University lecture-lDr. George
de Bathezat speaks on aviation, '
Physics west lecture room.
7:34-Prof. Ralph A. Saw)yer speaks
on "Liquid Air," Natural Science
auditorium.
s :40-Iail lematics club meetig, room
401, Mason hall. M
IVEiDiESI)AY
7:00 and S :W--Kappa Psi motion Pic-
ture-George Arliss in "Disraeli,"
Wesley hall.
7:34-Youngstown - Michigan e~ub
meeting, room 304, Union.
7:34-University lecture -IUr. George
de.Bothezat spearls on aviation,
Physics west lectur. room. .
11-! TICE$S
The Gaeorge, Booth scholarship conape
tition drawings are now on exhibi- Z.
tion in. the architectural decture ;
room on the second floor of the Zn-
ineering. bilding where they may :
be seen every: afternoon.
en-tickets remin fr li Archtect'
~May party, andmay be 9bt ifed,from
R. H.'Oster in the, architectural co-
ridor..:Programs fr the affair will
be given out In the arcipetu al
corridor at 2 o'clock Tursday.,ro-
'gram coupons must be presented- in
'order to secure them. a.
:senior announcements and invita- i
tions of the School oft Eucation will
be ~distributed in. office A, room 16,-
Tappan hall fromi 9 to 5:30 o'clock "
next Tuesday. Senior class dues w il
he paid at the same time.'
Pari:;,,May 12.- (By A.P.) -Premier
Poincare has accepted Prime Minister !E
MamTonald's invitation to go to Che -
quers Court on May 20 and spend the f
night for an informal visit with the
head of the British ,government
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MAY FESTIVAL
PROGRAMS

1110eCntc1g orLau uidng:' ' ''
Tl- mgeing of divisional chairmen and' team captainzs for instructions
:qheld ii (lip uditoriumn of Lane Hall Wednesday evening, May 14th, at
It , Ii;;la great lhelp, if all. can be there promptly.
- . 'Gertrude Brotck, Chairm?.an.
Memwbets ofth~e Varsity Glee Club w~ill please report behind stage in Hill
itoriurh at 4 o'clock today to Sin~ in the Honors Convocation. Roll call.
Car lB. Sdliohiiiker, lvnangr.
D r. Georgesde Bothezat.. formerly professor of Aeronautics in the Poly-
tnie Institute, Petrograd, aerodynamic expert for tli U. S. National Ad-,
lry Aittee for Aeronautics~ and of the U. S. Army Air Se'rvice, will:
trh fo9lowing lectures all. in the West Leactutre Boom of the Plmy-
TuesayMay 13, at 7:30 P. IS.--General Theory of Soaring (mnotorle,-,,
nO) in conne tion witlit'he dlscuss;iotn of the structure of the wind,
Wednesday, May 14, at 7:30 P. M.-Physical Interpretation of the Rey-
Is' nu~mber (law of similitude for viscous fluids.)
Thursday, May 16, 4:151 p. mn.--Critical di cusson of the law of inertia.
Friday, May 16, 4:15 p. mn.-Helicopters.
F. IT. Pawlowski.
aeft 18:
1 shall be uinabl4 to meet my class in French 18l, Tuesday, May 13th.
John B . Effiniger.
ihor's f'ertifiealtes:
flanks for the payment of the Teacher's Certificate fees may now lbe,
used at the Office of the Sckool of Education. All students who expect to
recommnieided for the Teacher's, Certificate in. June mu:A pay their fees-
irettln their recepts'to the Recorder, School of Education, on or before
M. Thursday, Mlay 22nd. G. .Isilg, Recorder.
h9nr4-Sc~l i Edu]1"cation:
All Diploma andi Teacher'sCertificate fees must have been raid and the
eipts returned to the Recorder, School of Education, on or before 4 p.
Thur~sdlay, Ay 22nd,' ff candidates expect to be reconimended for de-
es in June. G,4i. Krug, Recorder.
lege ofi Pharniatcy :'
Students and f-culty of the College of Pharm-acy are invited to Parke
is & C.o. of Detroit for a tour of' nispection Wednesday, May 14. Special
wvill leave station at 8 A. M., or State and Packard at 8:05.
C'. C. Glover, Secretary.
.o 11:
In plaice of Aero II the class is required to attend D~r. (1e Botlwzat's lee-
on Tuesday, Mlay 1 ,3, at 7:30 p. in., West Lecfure Room of the old1 Fhy-
Buildint;, and to write a_ report on it. Donat Kazarintoff.
h School 0bservatin:
This is the final week for Observation in the High School. On comiplet-
the required 20 observations,' each observer is requested to deposit his
d w'ith- the 'professor 'in charge of the special course (Botany, Latin, Eng-
tetc.) The professors will'"'then certify..the credit to nme, preliminary to
certification for the Teachers 'Certificate.
- C. 0. Davis, Chairman, of the, Committee..;
;e~tbnt in History:
0n'!1"uesday. AMay 13th,.the 'class in Observation in History meets in the
;h Schoo~l with Miss Hoyle. 'C .Dvs
,iematts-C ollege of Literature, Scilence, and. the Art:
Mbmbelrs of' the- staff who have charge of sections of Mathematics 2 will,
t on1 Wednesday, May 14,, at 4 p. m, in <Room 110, Tappan Hall.
Joseph L. 3.arkley.
blie Speaking for Engineers:
The following men will appear on the program for Tuesday, 7:30 p. mn.,
y 13, Room 348 West Engineering Bldg.: Ellis, Chairman, and Messrs.

U ;3Ilversity' oPiei~aliI3Bad:
1anqyet "Oigh , Zichigan U~ion.at5:1
Thursday evening,; May 15,a 'ocoks
Webster's foiir-a'ot'come~dy Daddy Long-Legs
No B~and practice tonright.
Formation 3:00 P. M. Wednesday, May
infantry Drill' all Comparies and Banhd.
quarters, Complete uniformt will be worn.
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45. Full dress uniform without
.Williamp rullc, Manager.
Production Plays will be' given
hrarp~i'ThUntiaversity - Hall. $dean
swill be' presented.

14th, 1924.
_Assembly at R. 0. T. C. Head-
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MICHIGAN'S"
M US ICAL
EVENT.
FIRST MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Wednesday Evenng, May 21, 8:00 o'clock
SOLOISTS
Fninty (rneger (Munic, Berlin and Madrid Operas)....Soprano
Palmier Christian (University Organist)............ .nit
Chicago Symphony Orchestra-Frederick Stock......... Conutor
PROGRAM
OVERTURE TO "THlE SECRET OF SUSANNE" ..,....Wolf-Frrari
ARIA, "A~N DIE H-OFFNUNG.......... .......Beethoven
TWO NOCTURNES........... ...... .... ..... .....Debussey
Clouds-Festivals.
THREE SONGS, WITH ORiCH-ESTRA......... . ...... . ..Schudrt;
CONCERTO NO. 1 FOR ORGAN AND ORCHESTRA .... DeLamarter-
(Conducted by the Composer)
intermissioni
ARIA, "Dear IHall of Songs" from "Tannhauer . ........... .Wagner
INTRODUCTION-Tristan s Vision-Arrival of the -Ships- lsolde'a's
Love Death, from " .Tristan and Isolde"............... .Wagner
(Arranged for Concert Performances by Frederick Stock).
SECOND MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT'
TJhursdlay >Evening, Ma 22,% 8:00 o'clock
-SOLOISTS 'j
Claire Dumx (Chicago Civic Opera) ,... .............Soprano
Sylvia Lent (American Virtuoso) ... . . ...........Violinist
Royal Dadmun: (Distinguished American Artist) .... ,. .....Baitone
University Choral Union-Earl V. Moore ..... ......... ,..Conductor
Chicago Symphony Orchestra-Frederick Stock. ..... . ..Conductor
PRO0GRAM
OVERTURE, "A Pilgrim Vision"................ Carpenter
ARIA, "Deb vieni non tardar" ("Marriage of FPigaro") .. . ,".Mozart
SYMPHONIC POEM, "Pastorale d'ete"..........Honegger
CONCERTO IN G MINOR FOR VIOLIN I . ........... h
CANTATA, "SEA DRIFT", FOR BARITONE SOLO, CHORUS AND
ORCHESTRA............... ....................Delius
ARIA, "Me voila seuie" ("Les Pecheurs de Perles")......B7zgt
SEETOSFO H BMNRMS"(a); .-"Crucifixus." (b) -"Resurrexit." (c) -Qu tollis" d',.
'Sanctus."
THIRD MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT':'4 f
Friday. Afternoon, May 23, 2:83 o'clock 'at,". "
s~f SOLOISTS
Albertoa Snlvi .......................... .........
0wiildren'a Festival Chorus--George Oscar Bowen..... ",us
PROGRAM
THE SUN WORSHIPPERS..........Zuni Indian Melody
VOICE OF EVENING ...... .,"... We'r
VI-ING 4 SONG,~. l,~ . .l .Coerig 4.4'11
IMPROMPTU . ...... ........ .........
THE FOUNTAIN .......... ..t w. ........ ,. D hs By
SPANISH DANCE..... ...................Tedeachit
NIGHT HYMN ATiSEA r > is ' w -.,. . x ,. s. i. Gring-Thomas
P'HILOIWEL WITH MELODY.... ..................arratt'
GOOD NIGHT, PRETTY STARS................... ,... Farweli
MORNING.......................... Far~ell
CRADLE SONG ..........~et
FANTA8IE IM PROMVPTU.......................Copn
ITALIAN SERENAIJE . ,... .......... . . . ...,. .......Samv
SCHERZO...................................Salvi
WHIRL AND TWIRL (From "Flying Dutchman") .....Wagner
WALTZT SONG (fromt "Faust") ........... ..Gounod
INVITfA'T'ION OF THE BELLS (Fromt "Chimes of Nornmandy")
-Pianquette
FOURTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Friday Evleniing, May 21, 8:00 o'clock
SOLOISTS
Sophie Braslau (Metropolitan Opera) ................... Contralto
Tito S4hipa (Chicago Civic Opera).............Tenor
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra-YFrederick Stock .., . Conductor
PROGRAM
OVERTURE; "11'ioem a ...............,.. , . . . t. Ijadley
RECITATIVE AND JAIA, "Gerechter Gott"' ("Renzi')' ....°w ~gner.,.
SELECTIONS FROM SUITE NO.,2........... ....Milhaudci
ARIA, "M'appari" ("Mlartha"')...............Fltow
CHIOREOGRAPHIC POEM, "The ,Waltz" ,...... ... ..avel '
SONGS WITH ORCHESTRA.... . .............. ....Mossorgsky
(a)- Serenade of Death. (b)-The 'Banks of the Don, )-On
the' Dnieper. ''
TWO TRANSCRIPTIONS FOR ORCH-ESTRA--
(a) Molly on the Shore............. .. ....... . Grainger.
(b) The Irish Washerwoman ......................Sowerby.'
ARIA, "Ossian's Song"~ ("Werther") .....................Massenet
SLAVONIC DANCES................. .......Dvorak.
FIFTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Saturday Afterngon, ay 24, 2:30 o'clock
SOLOISTS
Harold Baier (Favorite Concert Artist)...........PUList
Chicago Sy'mpbony Orchestra-Frederick Stock ......Conductor

PROGRAM
OVERTURE, "Cockaigne" ............................. .. ...EIgar
A LONDON SYMPHONY (First Time in An-.Arbgr).......Williams
Lento-Allegro Risoluto; Lento; Scherzo; Andante--Allegro
Epilogue.-
CONCERTO FOR PIANOFORTE NO. 5 E FLAT MAJOR ..Beethoven
Allegro; Adagio un poco moto--Rondo.
SIXTH MAY FESTIVAL CONCERT
Saturday Evening, May 24, 8:00 o'clock
SOLOISTS
JDusolina Gia nnini (American-Italian Concert Star) ..........Soprano
Forrest Laniont (Chicago Civic Opera) ... ................. Tenor
Vicente Bahilester tMetropolitan Opera)............. ..... Baritone~
Cesare Baromieo (Chase Sikes) (La Scala Opera) ............. Bass
Chicago Symphony Orchestra-Frederick Stock.......... Conductor
PRO GRAM
INTRODUCTION AND "HYMIN TO THE SUN"' ("Iris") '...Mascagnl
LA PRIMAViERA (Spring) .... ...... ,............Respighi
FINALE, ACT II, "Forza Del Destino.. ...... ..........Verdi
EXCERPTS FROM "AIDA" ... ....... ...... ....Verdi
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