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April 22, 1925 - Image 8

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Publication in the Bulletin is .constructive notice to all mnembers of
the University. Copy received b) tbo. A sstant to th. 11-es~c~ent until
3:30 9. im. (11:30 a. n. Saturday,
Volume 5 WEIJNE:SI)AY, APRIL 22, 19:3 Nititier 1 17


J. J. Swartz, 2300 Mi., before Thursday night.
J. J. Swartz.
The recently elcited(5 men should be p~re sent at the exami'nation Thurs-
day, April 23, at 7 :30 o'clock in room 273. The use of one reference book
will b~e allowed.
' The initiation will be held Tuecsdaly, April 28.

May Head Combine!

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UnTivrsity Lecture:
Professor Charles K. Webster, Professor of International Politics at the
University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, will give an address Friday,
April 24, 1925, at 4:15 P. M., in the Natural Science Auditorium, on the sub-
ject "International Cooperation in 'Theory and Practice."
The public is cordially invited. . E. Robbins.
To Younug Men Interested in Summer Wor:
Mr. Paul S. Rilett of the Aluminum Cooking Utensil Co. is starting sales
training classes for students intending to sell "Wear-Ever" utensils (uring
summer vacation. Those who are interested can interview him at room 2,
University Hall April 23' between 3 and5 o'clock, or at the Michigan Union
before the end of this week. J. A. lursiy.
To Students Interested in Vacation Wor:
Mr. Hart, representing the Frontier -Press company will be glad to in-
terview men and women students interested in summer vacation work. He
will be in room 2, Iliversity hall, from 3 to .5 .o'clock, Wednesday, April 22,
and at the Allenel hotel the rest of the day. J. A. Bursley.
Philosophy 33:
A make-up examination'for those Seniors who could not be present at
the mid-semester will be given, on Friday, April 24th, at 4 P. M., in room
100, Mason Hall. R. M. wenley.
Sociology i51:
The make-up, id-semester examination will be given Saturday, April
25, at 9 in room 103 Ec.: R. H. Holmes.
'Senior Mechanical Engineers :
Mr. Frank B. Doyle representing the Ingersoll-Rand Company of Phil-
lipsburg, New Jersey, will be in room 221, West Engineering Building on
Wednesday, April 22. He wishes to interview those interested in positions
with this company. H. C. Anderson.
Evangelical Studets:
Reverend E, D. Riebel and Reverend C. B. Stroi of Detroit wish to meet
all Evangelical (Evangelical Association) students at a cmplimentary
luncheon to be given at Lane H-all, Thursday evening, April 23rd, at G:00
P. M. George H. Baker.
Twilight Organ Recital:
-The following program will be offered by Palmer Christian, University
Organist, in Hill Auditorium,. Wednesday afternoon, at 4:15 o'clock:
Symphonic Poem "My Contry" (Smetana) ; The Nightingale and the
Rose (Saint-Saens) ; Allegretto, (Wolstenholme) ; Sonata 1 in D minor, Op.
42 (Guilmant) ; Andantine in D flat (Lemare); Finlandia (Sibelius).
Charles A. Sink, Seretary.
To,; Members of the University of Xlchtigan Bad:
There will be the regular rehearsal of the band tonight at Morris Hall
at which time details for the Ypsilanti concert will be announced as well as
iother'memoranda of note concerning spring activity. The time will be as
usual. Robert . Halsey, IP. if.
Veterans of Fori1gni Wars
Richard N. Hall Post will meet 'Thursday at 7:30 P. M. Michigan Union.
H. I). Clark.
U. S. Naval Reserve Force:
The University Unit will meet Wednesday, April 15th, at 7:30 P. M. in
the Ri. 0. T. C. Drill Hal. L. C. Leeer.
Alpha Onieg'a Alpha Lecture:
Dr. Richard C. Cabot, Professor of Internal Medicine at the Harvard
Medical School and Professor of Social Ethics at Harvard College, will lec-
ture on "The Use of Truth and Falsehood in Medical Practice," at 3:00
o'clock, Thursday evening, April 23rd, in University Hall. Because of the
limited seating capacity of this hall only those who present course tickets
or invitations atthe door can be admitted.
Waltiter 3. Simp son, Presidect.
Public Recital and Interpiretationa 4f Maceth:
"Macbeth" Publie'recital by the classes in Shakespearean Reading will
be given inUniversity Hall Auditorium, Wednesday, April 22, 7:30. Students
of Shakespeare and others interested are invited. The reading will be i-
formal. No admission charged. . E. .Flischmia.
CoslopoltatI.l embers:
The Cosmopolitan luncheon will be held Saturday noon, April 25, at
12:15, at the Church of Christ, corner of Tappan and H-ill. Please notify

l'r 12tt.i n< "hgin c:r4iqtrC "vs":{1R
The regular weekly assembly will be lheldi Wednesday, April 22, at 11:40 . ..
iii room 38 Engineecring I uilding. Prof essor A. HI. White will speak to the
class. J1. C. Brier'.,
Iwith the Studlent Chiristi:an associa-
WHAT'S GOING ON Arrnements arc being completed
Notices to appear in this columnn must
J he left in ire box at the I~a y ot e with local florists for the sale of
j providledJfor',rat purp"ose lbefore / lwrzo5t1ln n a 0 n
I oclock tareceediinptiP da4y of issue.4 foestot?1nt nMy1,ad
" t ~it eeiIrying to make it II
WEDNESDAY Iiposs:ile for every stuiden to wear a
j 3:0-5:63-31r.flower on that date.saer
:i (02 :O-)l.Bart of the Frot ier r
Mothers'ict Slllellwee'iok end is thesin
week end as the annual springt
arie interested in summer vaua I ion I:isbt~nIle'
work, in room 2, IUniversity hall, r~nair se.13sophomoend
4:0 -6:0-O3en ons atHarrs hll.l coibdatochese s. Besies eing es- C.Wimer, executive in the
D ancng.IO - p n h u e a a r s h i. u e i t h s ai e , the im iothers r n d e ralI T iii ri
Dacn.will he ihowi5 rabout the campuiis d(lt;GoodearFire ad(uberC., i
4 :5--almr (hiristil ifftrelt" w1 i-ig Sar tiirday. PEfforts will be made1 expected to lbe named chairman of the
I light organi recital in h ill aii dii r- to lav all buildings open ini the af- bor fte ne 17,0,00Iro-
:3P Frestr ci II, aze~t siii zoia for lthe visit ors. Thelie eetinigatn omdiyheprhaesofIb
7:30-- orestrychili eek in oom onSunda y XwithIiEdgar (G uest as they infre yteprhsr ffh
21,Natural Science buldn- .eat i(C is to bethe ladig eent o Dodge motor company.
214,ubicreit buf iding. lea"ling o
7 :y-ul eitlo "a t ,'the week zend. Mothers .,will lbe the
{ yclasses in Shakespearean red- giests of honor, but all students arej Geneva, April 21 .-(Soviet llussia
torium." coming conference on contro l of' the
7 :45--De 31'olay mneets on te third READ) THE CLASSIFIED AI)S, traffic in arms.
floor, new Masonic temple.
8:00-1Iusic sectiou of the F"acuity
Women's clb meets at 1107 Mich-
igan avenue. ----- ----- -
3 :00.5 :t0--haunl S. Ililel t of t he Al-
uminumn Cooking Utensil comnpa nyA V I
messtudents who are interested




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Read The Daily "Classified" Columns
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in summer 11~Fvacaion IIw Ufi in room '1
2, U~niversity hall.
0 :ft- Compimientfary lun cheon for
all Evengelical association students
!in Ijane hall. e~iilt~1 o
newly elected mnen in room 278.,IEn-.
jginreering bilding.
7::30-Il icia rd N. Hall lost, Velera :w,
of Foreign Wars, meets at the Ur--
/7:1 - e t r e s c u o N m ei andl election of officers at Hlarris
Salt)-Dru. Richard C'abot of the Il ar-

In the Double Breasted as well as the Single Breasted are ideal for wear with



v arod Medical scnlool
Use of Truth and
Medical Practice,"

speakis on "Thie
Fralsehood in
in Univ~ersity

j hall.
Edgar Guest., well known poet, has
been securedl to speak at a gathering
for mothers and students on Sunday
May 10, inl Hill aiuditoriumn which is
being arrrngeol by the Student
Christian association in connection
jwith the plans being made for
iMothers' week-end on that (late.
Edgar Guest, who is on tihe staff of
The Detroit Free Press, has writtena
many poems on the relations of ;a
mother to her chlidren and for this
reason special effort was imaoie to
I secure himn for the Mothers' day pro-
James Miller, 25, chairman of the
committee, reports that many
studlent s are arranginig to enter tain
their mothers in Ann Arbor at h-i s
time. Fraternities and sororities are
pilanuning their annual Mothers' «ieX
endo on this date in order to c ooper a tI

Both of which we are showing in a large range of Imported and Domestic fabrics.
The New Colorings are in Oatmeal and Greys.
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