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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LYOF IAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received b the Assistant to the Pres5dent until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday
Volume S ThURSDAY, APRIL 23, 192;; Number 148
Horors Convocation:
The annual Honors Convocation will take place at 11 o'clock, Friday,
April 24, in Hill auditorium. The address will be given by Dr. Richard C.
Cabot, clinical professor of medicine in Harvard Medical school and profes-
sor of social ethics in Harvard college.
In accordance with the directions of the Senate Council classes through-
out the University are dismissed for the hour of the Convocation, to permit
the attendance of students and faculty.
The main floor and galleries are open for the student body. A block of
Seats on the stage will be provided for members of the faculty, who are
seats on the center isle, main floor, is reserved for honor students.
requested to enter by the rear doors of the auditorium and proceed directly
to their seats. There will be no academic procession and academic cos-
tume will not be worn.,
A. H. Lloyd.
Notice to Prospective Graduates:
THE.DIPLOMA FEE OF $10 IS PAYABLE NOW!
Early settlement is necessary for the preparation of diplomas. In no
case will the University confer a degree at Commencement upon any student
who fails to pay this fee BEFORE 4 O'CLOCK P. M. MAY 22. In case the
Faculty does not recommend any payor, the fee will be refunded on surren-
der of reciept for payment. The above applies also to fees for all special
certificates. Candidates for degrees or certificates should AT ONCE fill out
card at office of the Secretary of their College or School, pay the Treasurer
of the University and have card receipted, and file indicated section of this
receipted card with the Secretary of their College or School. DO NOT DE-
LAY TILL THE LAST MOMENT, BUT ATTEND TO THIS MATTER
AT ONCE.
THE TREASURER'S OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED EACH SATURDAY
AFTERNOON..
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary University.
Faculty of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Attention is called to the mid-semester report cards which are being
distributed through the dean's messenger boxes. All members of the faculty
are asked to report cases of students whose work so far has been unsatis-
factory. Such reports," in order to be of any service to the students con-
cerned, should be iade promptly. All reports must be in by Friday, May 1.
W. R. Humphreys.
To Young Men -Interested li Summer Work:
Mr. Paul S. Rilett of the Aluminum Cooking Utensil Co. is starting sales
training classes for students intendingto sell "Wear-Ever" utensils during
summer vacation. Those who are interested can interview him at room 2,
University Hall April 23 between 3 and 5 o'clock, or at the Michigan Union
before the end of this week. J. A. Bursey.
Alpha Omega 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 8:00
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 at the door can be admitted.
Walter M. Simpson, President.
Botany 1. .Quiz Section IX, Meeting A. and W. at 11:
Since this section will have no meeting this week the assignment for the
next lesson will include Chapter VIII on "Growth" and Chapter IX on "The
Plant and its Environment." Professor J. B. Pollock.
Glacial Geology (Geology 128): Field Trip:
Members of Mr. Leverett's class in Glacial Geology will take a field trip
to Ypsilanti Saturday, April 25th. Take the 8 o'clock interurban from State
and Packard- Streets. An outline of the features to be observed enroute
and in:Ypsilanti will be furnished at that tme. L. M. Gould.
Secondary Education, B20:
My classes in Secondary Education will not take mid-semester examina-
tion Friday, April 24. T. Luther Iurdon.

Craftsmen:
There wilt he a meeting Saturday evening at 7:30 P. M. at the Masonic
Temple. The third degree will le conferred. All Master Masons are invited
to attend. Arthur It. Turner, President.
Geolcgieal and Geographical. lournal Club
The regular April meeting of the Club has been postponed to Thursday,
May 7th. R. L. Belknap.
Amnericai PharItmaceutical Association Lectire:
The Detroit Branch of the A. Ph. A. will be the guests of the College of
Pharmacy on Friday evening, April 24. Dr. 11. B. Lewis will give a lecture
on Insulin at 8 o'clock in room 151 Chemistry Building to which the public
is invited. C. C. 4lover, Secretary.

The
Campus
Credo
Today's question: Do you think
there should be local censorship of
plays and motion pictures.
Where asked: Nickels arcade. ,

gently. They cut ruthlessly. And
furthermore, if we are not old enough
or broad-minded enough to witness
anything that anybody has nerve
enough' to picturize or stage, then we
do not belong in college.
P. Sawyer, '26.-"Personally, I
never attend such affairs, but I sup-
pose that they ought to be censored
--along with everything else."
Rena Pavitt, '28.-"Why bother to
censor them? they are all alike."
Bar Journal Runs
Law Club Article

WHAT'S GOING ON '
Notices to appear in this colImn must {-
be left in the box at the D a~ly office -
pro'videdlfor nat purose cefore -
o'clock prec Cing og c day of issue.
TI ITRS DAY
S3:00-5:)00-a':1ul S. Rilett of the Al. -
I inuml:I1 Cooking Utensil company
nicees students who are interested
in summer vacation work, in room1
2, University hail.
:Rr00 -ton ;reg at soi;1 choir rehearses =
it the church. .
t:30-7:i0 . C. A constitutional
nmeeting at Lane hall.
6:00- Couplumienlary nnelheon for'
all .vengelical association students
in I lane hall.-
7:14-Fret hmen class colmllite enen,'1
group captains, managers, and -
group committeemen meet in thej
student offices of the Union.
7 :30-Ta lBeta Pi examiiination for
newly elected men in room 273, En-
gineering building.
7:30-Richard N. Hall Post, Veterans
of Foreign Wars, meets at the Un-
ion.
7 :30-Westerners clu4 holds meeting
and election of officers at Harris
hall.#
8:00--Dar. Richard Cabot of the lar-
vard Medical school speaks on "The
Use of Truth and Falsehood in
Medical Practice," in University
hall.
FRIDAY
11:00--Dr. Richard C. Cabot speaks
at Honors Convocation in Hill au-
ditorium.
4:15-Prof. Charles K. Webster of the
University College of Wales, Ab-
erystwyth, speaks on "Internation-
al Co-operation in Theory and Prac-
tice," in the Natural Science audi-
torium.
G A R R I C K
By Popular Demand
Engagement Extended
Richard Herndon Presents
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The answers:
Bernice MacDonald, '28A.-"I do, The American Bar Association
because I think the plays and pic- Journal for April carries an article
tures are censored according to the about the Michigan Law Club. The
attitude taken by the student body." article discusses the donor, his work,
H. H. Richman, '25.-"No, decided- and his reasons for donating the club.
ly not. The college student is not the Primarily he wished to see a club
delicate organism which has to be where law students could live and
protected from all earthly worldli- work together and at the same time
n,ess. Many of the performances be in touch with older members of
which are censored are in reality the Bar after the fashion of the old
fine art and are ruined in this medd- English Inns. And, secondly, he wasp
ling process." interested in seeing the expenses of a
Clarice Tapson, '26-"No. In the law education moderated. The arti-
first place, no censorship board has cle also gives a description of the
yet been found anywhere else that club taken from the "Michigan Alunt-
can censor plays and pictures intelli- nus."

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Classes of Mr. Des Marals:
My classes will meet today as usual.

Homer A. Des Marais.

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tooth, showing Acid
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Political Science 9i2:
The make-up midsemester examination will be held Saturday. April 25,
at 9 A. M. in room 2035 Angell Hall.
Everett S. Brown.
Political Science 292, Journal Club:
The regular meeting of the Journal Club has been postponed to Thurs-
day, April 30. J. S. Reeves.

Freshmnen:
All Freshmen class committeemen, also group captains,
group committeemen, will meet in the Student Offices of the
at 7:15. This will be an important meeting and every man
the above leading should attend.
William L. Diener, Chairman, Underclass

managers and
Union tonight
coming under
Department.

Cosmopolitan Club:
Attention of members is called to the election which will ;e held Satur-
day, April 25, at1:15, immediately following the luncheon at Church of
Christ, corner Tappan and Hill . Any members who find it impossible to
attend the luncheon are urged to be present for the election, as a full at-
tendance is desirable. Rensis Likert.
To Members of the University of Michigan Band:
All men going on the Ypsilanti concert trip are requested to be at the
Delta, at the corner of State, and Hill streets, at 6 o'clock. Capes will be
worn. 4 short parade will precede the concert which will be held in Pease
Auditorium. Robert V. Halsey, D. M.
S. C. A. Cabinet:
Important meeting today at 5:30 P. M. at Lane Hall. It is imperative
that every merpber of the cabinet be present as a vote will be taken on the
new constitution. C. S Higley, Secretary.
Evvangelical Students:
Reverend E. D. Riebel and Reverend C. B. Stroh of Detroit wish to meet
all Evangelical (Evangelical Association) students at a complimentary
luncheon to be given at Lane Hall, Thursday evening, April 23rd, at 6:00
P. M. George H. Baker.

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teeth and gums. Hence the great value
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with Squibb's Milk of Magnesia, and
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Here and in the charming Blue Room, a special s.25S
luncheon is served from 12 to 3 p.m. daily (except Sun-
day). Dinner De Luxe served nightly in both English
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