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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AIYOFIIA ULEI
bilation In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
aUniversity. Copy received by thw Agsixtaut to the Pretkilent until
30 p. m. (11:30 a. Vn. Saturda)
lutne 4 FRIDAY, MA1Y 2, 1924 Number 173
[e Sienate Council:
hare will be a special meeting of the Senate Council, Monday, May 26,
p. m. in the President's office.: '. E. Robbins, Secretary.
,rity Lecture:
'rofesspr W. D. Hiarkins of the University oi: Chicago will speak under
pnt- auspices of the University and the University of Michigan Section
'Anterk'-uiCIUemicaJ Society on 1 ionday,May 26th, at 4:15 p.1 m. in the
ical Amphitheatre.
'he subj1ect of the) lecture is ' Photographs of Atomic, Collisions" and
Separation of Isotopes". The lecture will be illust Ited by lantern

TomorowIs Sej
As First Day F
New Strawj

t May Be Candidate
or To Load Tammany
Uats __

In hopes of bringing order' out of
choas in the matter of wearing strawl
hats, and reducing, they say, emnbar.
assment to the lowest coefficient, Ann}
Arbor merchants have declared a
straw hat day.
Upon May 24, it is proclatimed, every l
citizen who realizes the truth of thes
ancient maxim about "Runitedl we stand
and so forth" will appear rain or shine
withj the famous five ounces of straw 1
upon his head. While it has not hbee
expressly stated, it is understood tha"'
said merchants are guaivanteeing at
least a certain measure of protectionj
to those who first appear with straw'
headgear on that day._
They absolutely refuse to' assure'
safety to those who first don the at-
tire of spring on any other day. Even
the most pressing insurance agents, it
is reported, look dubiously upon the
risk.
State board examinations for the!
registration of engineers will be given!
June 12, 13, and 14. Arpljcation blanks
and examination outlines may be ob-

the air regarding the selection of alI
successor to the late "Czar" Charles!
F'. Murphy, but it is believed Judge!
George W. Olvany of the court of gen-'
eral sessions is the most likaly candi-
date.
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BU$4 LIN t
Central Time (Slow Time)
Leave Chamber of Commerce
Week Days Sundays
6:45 a. m. 6:45 a. M.
12:45S P. M :45 P. m.
JA . H. ELLIOTT, Poprietor

Chiese Rugs
Not old 'regardless of cost'
No dealer can disregard cost. If he sells below cost to one, another
must pany more. Because I tale into account my cost, I can sell equal
highest quality Chinese Rugs at mouch less than other dealersi.
11RS. 11. It. 11IEIRICK
92,4 Chureh St.

SENOR-Time'sFlying--Order NOW,

VISITING CARDS

public Is cordially invited.

T.F,E olbinq.

Fdlow~bip for Gr~uate Sfn denat In Social Work:
The special $500 Graduate Fellowship in the Social Work Curricu'um has
been renewed for next year, 1924-1925. Formal application should be made
for same at office of Graduate School on or before June 10.
A. E. Wood.
Sociology . Notice in regard to trip to JLapeer Saatarday, May 21:
Leave Ann Arbor, M. C., at 6:15 A. M., City Time, connecting with train
for Lapeer, leaving Detroit at 8:20. Returning leave Lapeer 1:30, Central
time. Round trip fare-Ann Arbor-Lapeer; $6406. Or, arrangements can be
made to go by automobile, round trip fare-Ann Arbor-Lapeer, $5. Stu-
dents wishing to go by automobile, please leave card with name with Miss
Mabbs, Secretary's Office, Economics Building, before 5 P. M. Friday. Auto-
mobiles to leave Chamber of Commerce Building at 8 o'clock Saturday morn-
ing. A. E. Wood.
Zo6dogy :3a (Heredity):
Several errors in grading papers in the recent examination have been
discovered. Members of the class miay secure readjustment by writing the
word "reconsider", before each ,question which they believe incorrectly grad-
ed, and returning their papers tdi Room Z-233, Natural Science Building.
Anyone taking undue advantage of this opportunity by asking reconsider-
ation of a large number of questions may expect a "deduction for such re-
que.,ts where no redajustment is required; but all sincere attempts to arrive
at the correct grade are welcomed. A. Franklin.Shu~ll.
Htygitene 1:~
All quiz sections will'meet in the regular lecture room Friday, May 23.
There will be a lecture instead of quiz. John Sanudwali.
Seaalors In Business Adminisration:
Mr. Crane of A. G. Becker and Co. will be in my office on Friday morn-
ing of this week to interview those interested in positions with that firm.
Edmund E. Day.
Play Production Election For tle Coming Year:
Those wishing permission to elect courses in play production (Public
Speaking 181, 185, 191t, and 195) during the first semester of 1924-19211 may
make written. application at 4 o'clock Monday, May, 26, in the auditorium of
university JFall. The nature of the courses will be explained at this ,time.
I t. .T. Holser.
3ilenbers of the U~niversityr Club:
Member's, wives, and guests are invted to a reception. in club rooms
after the evening concert, Firday, NMay, 23rd. TlHarry. CCarveer,-Sec.
TestivaJChnge;
-Nina lMorgaia,, Soprano of the Metropolitan Opera Company, has been
engaged to sing at the Friday Evening Concert ,to take place' of Sopia
Draslau' who is unable to fill her engagement on account of illness. Mhiss
Alorgaina will sing "Caro Nome" from "Rigoletto" (Verdi) and "Valse Al-.
ette" from "Mereille" (Gounod). Charrles A. Sink,'Seci'etary.
Ann Arbor Art Assocition:
'The exiblition of paintings by Ramon and Valentin Zubiaurre will ex-
tend from May 11th to May 26th., Opb~n week days, 1:30 ,to 5:00 1':M., Sun-
(lays, 2:00 to 5:00 P. M., also on Saturday -May 24th., 10:00 to 12:00 A. M.
Free tao students of the University and Public Schools:
- forWarren P. Uhmbari. President.
Ila)atae Try-oats fo next year:
Try-outs 'for the class in Intercollegiate Debating will be held 'Saturday.
May 24. Because of the number, it is necessary to divide them. The men
will Ftppr at eight in the morning, comning alphabetically. Women will
appear at one-thirty in the afternoon, also coming alphabetically. In case
of classes or other imnportant engagements, exceptions to the alphabetical or-
der will toe made.
This. is the lrast call for these, try-outs. If there are any who hiave not
registered for the try-outs, see some member of the Public Speaking staff
in 303 Mason Hall today. A five-minute speech should be prepared for the
try-out, on some phase of the question of the organization of a Labor Party
in tb'e United States. Twelve men and twelve women will be -chosen, and
from th~in class the Ohio-Mfichigan and the Central League teams will be sel-
cetedi next fall. All who wi sh to work for places on these teams must try

CORRECT AND VP-TO-DATE STYLES $3.00 AND UP

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ALL WORK GUARANTEED

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tamned at tne omfie of tProf. C. T. ulm-
sted in ro 45, W s En ier g tudge George W l W. I6lltlll11I1Ell~ll0E11ll/llt~lllllll111111111llllt!ililiillllnlllllllIllylli
abuilding. These papers must be filed Tile refusal of Surrogate ,lames A.
by June 1. F "oley to take the leadership of Tram- ,
many Hall after it was already consid-fA '
"Jilnlmie the adtaker" sanytiing ered a foregone +conclusion, that hewA I
,quickly --Adv,. would, bas put the organization up in
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EARL. V. MOORE, .Musical Director

r this class tomorrow.

Tiny K. Ini1mel..

W H P O iAll persons or societies usingb this
'nolumn should include in their notices
day, hour, and place. All notices'
Iihut this data wtill be disregardedl.
FRIDAY.
12:00-Law faculty lunch, Union.
2:30-3ay Festival concert, 1Di1 anm
ditoriun.,
6:00--Interscholastic diner, Union.

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satisfying audience than their recent
monthly productions have been receiv-
ing. These performances are always
under the direction of student mem-
hers of the club, and in all sincerity
remarkable finished and interesting.
[With every possible assurance you can
be promised a most-what~ shall we
ay?--a most soothing evening? The
antertcqnment will- be restful and
nr~a. tt * * *

Hill Auditorium

Six Concerts

Mq y 21-22-23-2

Copyright '1924

'7:30-ChristiaIn Endea'vor hIiklin par. I
ty, Lane hall. "IF I WERE KING," somebody's
7 :30-Erie club meeting, room :302,I swaggering melodrama and this year's
Union. , I annual Senior Girls' Play,a is also of

ry circle, meet.

rFestival concert; 11111 au-

'URDAY
of MUSIC a lmnnae
.6, Union,
bihike, Voigregation.
al concert, Hill a u-

the romantic period school. From a
costume, and scenic standpoint alone,
it is a tremendously expensive and
ambitious undertaking. The action is
laid at the time of Louis. XIV and
concerns Francois :Villonr and the .days
"when knights were bold"., and so on.
There are many' duels, much 'blood-
thirsty plotting, and, all 'the other in-
gredients= that went to make -the
drama of those latter days exciting
t o ,ours ancestors,:
In Professor' Brumm's production
Isabel Waterworth, Charlotta Ewing,
and Elizabeth Pike will have theled
la-ing roles, Miss Waterwortb playing

the result of successful effort. When you
see the Spring clothes now on display here,
you'll agree that our effort to provide clothes
-superbly tailored, exclusively styled and
reasonably priced ,is a distinct achievement.
Suits for street, dress and :business
Styles for youths, yPoung men and mene
Sizes for regular, short, tall and slinmn
Models ,for conservative and advanced dressers

ENVY KRUEGER, Munich, Berlin and Madrid Operas ... .. ..........Soprano
DUTSOLINA GIA NNINI, American-Italian Concert Star...................... Soprano
CLAIRE DUJX, Chicago Civic Opera................... ....... ........ Soprano
SOPHIE U$RASLAU, Metropolitan Opera.................................Contralto
TITO SCHIPA, Chicago Civic Opera .......... ... ................Tenor
FORREST LAIMONT, Chicago Civic Opera....................... .... .Tenor
VICENTE BALIJESTER, Metropolitan Opera .......................... .Baritone
ROYAL DADMLIN, American Artist...................... .... y.....Baritone
CESARE BARONEO, (Chase Sikes) La Scala Opera ...... ;..........Bass
SYLVIA LENT,' American Virtuoso........ ....................... .Violinist
ALIERTO SALVI, Distinguished Artist........................... :Harpist
HAROLD BATTER, a Master Player............................ ....Pins
PALMER CHRISTIAN, Well-Known Artist ............ ...................Organist
"]"lE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UNION, EARL V. MOORE,' Conductor........ 350 Voices
THE CHILI)REIN'S FESTIVAL C~HORUS, GEORGE 0. BOWVEN, Conductor....,500 Voices
THlE CHICAGO SYMWPHONY ORCHESTRA, FREDERICK STOCK, Conductor
LA PIIMAVERA (First Time in America).................... . ...Respight
SEADRIFT (First Time in America) .. ........ .... ,.............Delius

ay Festival concert,, JIll.au-
im.
ITNOTICES
rge Booth, scholaship conlpe.

'$45

50 -$55

COther Good Makes, $30 and $35'

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