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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY-

THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1925

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DAILY ABULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the ;s'ent until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays
Volume 6 THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1925 Number 138

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Univcrsity Convocation :
Dr. Alexander Meiklejohn, formerly President of Amherst College will
give an address on "Thinking in a Democracy" at a convocation of the Uni-
versity to be held at 11 A. M. Friday, April 3, 1925, in Hill Auditorium.
The members of the Schoolmasters' Club are cordially invited to be
guests of the University at this convocation.
To permit attendance by students and members of the Faculties, by vote
of the Deans classes throughout the University are to be suspended for the
hour of the Convocation, but business offices, will not be closed.
The Regents, Deans, and general officers of the Schoolmasters' Club
are invited to occupy seats on the platform.
Seats on the stage will be provided for all Faculty members, who are
cordially invited to attend. Enter by rear doors of the Auditorium, passing
directly to seats on the stage.
Mr. Palmr Christian, University Organist, will furnish music.
A. 1. Lloyd.
Actions of the Confereice of Deans:
At the Conference of Deans held Wednesday, April 1, it was voted that
the following notices should be published in the Daily Official Bulletin:
1. 1lelating to absence from University duties.
Attention is called to Chapter V, section 12 of the By-Laws of the
University:
"No member of the teaching force nor other employee of the University
may absent himself on private business from the discharge of his proper
duties in the University longer than three college days at one time without
having previously secured the consent of the President, or, in cases of sud-
den sickness and death of relatives, without having so notified the Presi--
dent's office in advance of his departure."
It was further voted that no member of the Faculties or staff should
absent himself from the discharge of his University duties for any period
whatever without the knowledge and consent of his Dean.
2. Attendance at Commencement.
Attention is called to Chapter V, section 15, of the By-Laws of the Uni-
versity:
"It is the duty of the members of the teaching force to remain at their
posts in Ann Arbor until after Commencement Day, and to take part in the
Commencement exercises, unless previously excused by the President on
their written request'
3. Sales and money-raising campaigns on the campus.
On December 20, 1920, the following resolution was passed by the Sen-
ate Council:
"Resolved, That the power to, control and regulate campus campaigns
and drives be vested in the Committee on Student Affairs."
On March 15, 1922,the Deans voted that by this resolution authority to
regulate all subscription campaigns, and the like, was given to the Commit-
tee on Student Affairs. This former action has by vote been reaffirmed.
A.* 1. Lloyd.
Michigan Aeademy of Science:.
Sectional programs will be given this week as follows:
Anthropology, Thursday at 2 o'clcok in room F214, Natural Scienpo
Building.
Botany, Thursday at 1:30 and Friday at 9 o'clock in room 207, Natural
Science Building.
'iEconomics, Thursday at 10 and 2 o'clock, and Friday at 10 o'clock in
Economics Building.
Geology and Mineralogy, Thursday at 9 and 2 o'clock in room G321,
Natural Science Building.
History and Political Science, Thursday at 3 o'clock and Friday at 10
o'clock in room 1009, Angell Hall.
Language and Literature, Thursday at 9 and 2 o'clock, and Friday at 9
o'clock In room 2225, Angell Hall.
Mathematics, Thursday at 9 o'clock in room 6, Angell Hall.
Psychology, Friday at 10 o'clock in room P162, Natural Science Building.
Sanitary and Medical Science, Thursday at 9:30 and 1:15 o'clock in room
319, Medical Building.
Zoology, Thursday at 2 o'clock and Friday at 9 o'clock in room 2355,
Natural Science Building.
Joint session of Botany and Zoology, Thursday at 9 o'clock in room
0217, Natural Science Building. Peter Okkelberg.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Attendance Report cards are now being sent out through the Dean's
messenger service. Will instructors please apply at my office, by telephone
or in person, when more are needed? W. R. Humphreys, Asst. Dean.
To Men and Women Students Interested in Summer Employment:
Mr. Hart, representing the Standard Dictionary of Facts, will be glad
to interview men and. women students interested in summer vacation work.
i dwill be in Room 2, University Hall, from 3:00 to 5:00 P. M., Thursay,
April 2d. J. A. Blur~ey.
University Women-House Presidents:
Signing-out slips for March are due before April 10th in the office of the
Dean of Women.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
University Lecture:
Professor W. Lash Miller, of the University of Toronto, will lecture on
"BIOS" on Thursday, April 2, at 8 P. M. in the Chemistry Amphitheatre.

This lecture is under the jpint auspices of the University and the U. of
M. Section of the American Chemical Society.
The public is cordially invited. F. E. Robbins,.
U1iversity Lecture:
Professor Sannuel E. Bassett, of the University of Vermont, will speak
in Room 2003, Angell Hall, on Friday afternoon at 4:15, and on Saturday
morning at 11:00. The subject of both lectures will be "The Greek Epic and
Ithe Teaching of Virgil."
E. F. Robbins.
TO Students in the College of Medicine:
On Thursday, April 2, at 4:15, in the Natural Science Auditorium, Dr.
Edward Francis, Surgeon, Public Health Service, Washington, D. C., will
give an address on the subject of the new disease, TularEmia. The lecture
is given under the joint auspices of the University and the Michigan
Academy of Science, Arts and Letters, and will be of particular interest to
medical students. Philip Hadley, for the Committee.
Forestry 32:
Mid-semester examination will he given Friday, April 3.
L. J. Young.
Poi-i ical Scence 292, Journal Club:
The meeting of the Journal Club has been postponed to Thursday, April
9, lue to the meeting of the history and Political Science Section of the
Michigan Academy of Science. J. S. Reeves.
U Inivrersity Club of Ann Arbor:
The regular monthly Club Night for April will be held on Friday, April
3, 1925.
Evanls Holbrook, Chafrrtman of Program Committee.
Men's Education (ub:
There will )e a special meeting of the Men's Education Club, in Room
308 Union, tonight, April 2nd, at 9 P. M. Herman F. Beck.
Senicr Engineers:
There will be a class assembly on Thursday, April 2nd, 1925, at 9:00
A. M., room 348 Engineering building.
C. E. Wilson, Mentor Senior Class.
Electrical Engineers:
Three reels of motion pictures depicting the complete processes of
manufacturing Insulating Wires and Cables will be shown in the Natural
Science Auditorium this evening at 7:30 under the auspices of the American
Institute of Electrical Engineers. The showing is open to all interested.
J. B. Johnson, Chm. Publicity Com.
Notice to all Members of the University:
Mail addressed as follows: "care of the University of Michigan" has
been delivered to, the office of the Secretary, Room 3, University Hall. It
will be held until April 8, and should be called for at once, giving date of
this publication, i. e. April 2. This list will not be reprinted . MAIL
SHOULD BE ADDRESSED TO STREET AND NUMBER.
Jerry Benson "Outward Bound"
IH. M. Bradner
L. W. Brunson H. C. Porter

menreich) Louise Van Aineringen, Souvenir de Lubeck (Reichen) Dolna N.
Wilson, Elfin Dance (Jensen) and Album Leaf (Kirchener) Margaret Hop-
pert, Les Joyeaux Papillon (Devaux) Marian Qua, Springtime (Bolling)
j Katherine Marie Hall.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Western Normal:
Dinner at the Church of Christ, corner Tappan and Hill Streets, at six
o'clock this evening, Thursday, April second. All School Masters' Club
visitors, alumni of IV. S. N. S., are urged to sign up at the Michigan Union
or at Lane lall. Tickets are 60c. An informal program will follow the
dinner, over in time for all evening engagements.
Geraldine Knight, Publicity Chairmnan.
Students' Recital:
The following program will be offered by students of the University
School of Music Thursday evening at 3:00 o'clock in the School of Music
Auditorium:
Two Mazurkas (Chopin), Waltz in E minor (Chopin) Hortense Hayes;
Who Knows (Stickles), The Danza (Chadwick) Lottie Hutzel; Why and
Whims (Schumann) Dorothy Champe; Sapphic Ode and Serenade (Brahms)
Hazel Corbett; (The following are original compositions written by members
of Mr. Andrew Haigh's Class in Composition) : Melody in C minor (Philip
Lai owe), Mr. LaRowe; Romance (Pauline Kaiser) Miss Roselle Rider,
Violinist, Miss Kaiser; Prelude in B minor (Ralph Higbie) and Humoresque
(Ralph Highie) Mr. Highie; Love's Nearness (Winifred Milor) Helen Mar-
tin, Soprano, Miss Milor; Gypsy Poem (Marguerite Shattuck), Gertrude
Freiderich, Violinist, Miss Shattuck; intermepzo E minor (Arthur Gnau)
Mr. Gnau. Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Alma College Alumni:
There will be a luncheon for all Alma college alumni and former stu-
dents at the Union today, Thursday, at 1]2 o'clock. For particulars call K.
Manwaring 807M or 3417W.
lennethIi Manwaring, Committee Ciiairm an.
Gun and Blade Club:
There will be a meeting of the Gun and Blade Club Thursday evening,
7:30 P. M., April 2, 1925, in room 306 Union. H. E. McArthur.

7::1)- Alpha Nu literary society meets
on the f10rth floor of Angell hall.
8:1-Comedy club presents "Out-
ward Bound," at the Whitney thea-
ter.
There will be a meeting of the fi-
nan-e committee of the Y. W. C. A.
at 3-o'clock today at Newberry hall.

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Carl Robert Darnall
Director of Glee Club
Joe Elkin
Wm. L. Fink
Virginia Harris
Lloyd R. Kalmbach
M. R. Keer
Arden Kirshner
Varsity Ge ub:
Regular rehearsal

George Rich
Leo Schoenbrun
Emma M.Spiegel
P~aul J. Sterr
Mr. Stevens
Arthur Theuerkauf
U of M. League
Herman Wyngaard
Shirley W. Suib, Secretary.
tonight at the Union. Bring unsold concert tickets.
Carl B. Schoonmaker.

WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
be left in the box at the Da;Iy office
provided for 'eat purpose before 4
o'clock preceeding the day of issue.
9:00-Senior engineers meet in room
348, Engineering building.
12:00-Alma college alumni hold
luncheon at the Union.
3:30--Faculty women's tea at the club
house.
4:15-Prof. Charles M. Whitmore lee-.
tures on "The Work of Art" in room'
3208, Angell hall.
4:15-Dr. Edward Francis, surgeon,
Public Health Service, Washington,
D. C., lectures to medical students
on the new disease, Tularemia, in
the Natural Science auditorium.
430-5:45-S. C. A. cabinet meets in
Lane hall.
5:(M)-Congregational choir rehearses
at the church.
6:00-Western State Normal dinner at
Church of Christ.
6:00-A. S. C. E. holds spring initia-
tion at Willits.
7:30-Three reel Insulated Wire mov-
ie, Natural Science auditorium.
7:30-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall.
7 :30--Scalp and Blade holds smoker
at the Union.1
7:30-Lecture course ushers report at
Hill auditorium.
7:30-Gun and Blide club meets in
room 306, Union.
8:00-Prof. W. Lash Miller of the Uni-
versity of Toronto lectures on
"Bios," in the chemistry amphithe-
ater.
S :00-Newton D. Baker speaks in Hill
auditorium.

8:00-University School of music stu-
dents give recital in Recital hall.
9:00-Men's Educational club meets
in room 308, Union.
FRIDAY
ii :00-Un iversity Convocation in Hill
auditorium. Dr. Alexander Meikle-
john gives an address on "Think-
ing in a Democracy."
14:60-Dean's Advisory comnittee of
the literary college meets in the
Dean's office.
4:15--Prof. Samuel E. Bassett of the
University of Vermont lectures on i
"The Greek Epic and the Teaching
of Virgil" in room 2003, Angell hall.
4:15-Dr. Oliver E. Baker of the De-
partment of Agriculture at Wash-
ington, D. C., lectures on "Land!
Utilization in the United States, and !
Its Relation to the Increasing Pop-
ulation" in Natural Science auditor-
ium.!
4:1,1-School of Music students pre-
sent recital in the School of Music
auditorium.
6 :00-Hillsdale college alumni hold
banquet at the Union.

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S. C. A. Cabinet:
Meetng today from 4:30 to 5:45 at Lane Hall.
Charles S. Iiigley, Secretary.

Lecture Course Ushers:
Please be n your places at 7:30 tonight.

Richard Ford.

Alpha Nu Literary Society:
The regular meeting of Alpha Nu has been postponed to Friday night
at 7:30. There will be a brief talk entitled "A Defense of Mahomet," and the
debate of the evening will be upon the question "Should We Support the
S. C. A.?"' Visitors are invited to attend. Norman Johnson.
Students' Recital:
The following program to which the public is invited will be offered
Friday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock in the School of Music Auditorium by stu-
dents of the Universityi School of Music:
Spring Showers (Fink) Annette Cummings, Ase's Tod (Greig) Virginia-
mae Burchfield, Perpetuo mobile (Bohn) Wilbur Muehlig, Will o' the Wisp
(Jungmann) Marian Mahlke, Rondo Scherzando (Devaux) Ruth Osborne,
Mazurka (Mlynarski) and Perpetuo Mobile (Bohn) Joseph Zwerdling, I-a-
Fontaine (Regnold) Eleanor Whitman, Feeding the Chickens (Lemont) Flor-
ence Muyskens, Polar Bear (Bilbro) Nancy Runciman, Spinning Song (Ell-

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