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PAGE, EIGHT

THE ICHIAN DILYFRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1925

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

IPublication In! the Bulletin io constructive notice to all nembers of
the University. Copy received by thk@ Assistant to the lPresident until
3:30 p. mn. (11.30 a. in. Satiardavh
Volume 6 FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1925) Nuiiiber 119
Honors 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 center aisle, main floor, is reserved for honor students.
Seats on the stage will be provided for members of the faculty, who are
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.
The public is invited.
A. I1. Lloyd.
Application Blanks for University Scholarships:
Students of the Literary College wishing to become candidates for a
University Scholarship 1925-26 (value $200) may obtain blank application
forms at the offico of the Dean. These blanks must be filled out and re-
turned not later than May 15th In order to receive consideration. Further
notice will be sent to each applicant. Awards are based on scholarship
and need. H. P. Thllene.
Students College of Engineering:
The. mid-semester reports are nowv ready. Students wishing to see
their reports may call at the office of the assistant dean.
T. R. Running.
Students Interested In Social Work:
Dr. Richard Cabot will speak this morning at 8 o'clock in the amphi-
theatre of the hospital on "Social Work." A. E. Wood.
Anmerican Pharmaceutical Association Lecture:
Dr. H. B. Lewis will address the Detroit Branch 'of the A. Ph. A. this
evening at 8 o'clock in room 1.51 Chemistry* Building. Subject: "Insulin"
The public is invted. C. C. Glover, Secretary.
TIo Stiidepits 'Interested in Learning Particulars About Summer Work
With the H. J. Heinz Company:'
Mr. A. E,. Hildebrand will be at the Michigan Union next Friday and
Saturday, thel 24th and 25th, to interview those interested-af tern oon or
evening on Friday or at any time except lunch hour on Saturday.
J. A. Bursley.
Students 'Interested In Summer-Work:
A representative of the Fuller Brush Company will interview students
interested in- summer work in room 2, University Hall, Saturday morning,
April 26tlw -from 8 to 12:30. J. A. Burshey.
To Graduates anid Also Studenmts Interested In Summer Work:
I MrWiiim of the B. E. Taylor Real Estate Co. will be at the
Union P'rida 4~nd Saturday to interview graduates for permanent positions
and uudxi'graduates for summer work.% Interviews will be arranged by
call ing. Mt Chambers, Phone 2056, after 7 o'clock P. M.
~J. A. Bursicy.
To Students i-nterested In Vacation Work:
Mr. I .Cin sales director for a company marketing a fire ex-
tinguisher, Will interview stuidens desliring summer vacation employment,
Friday,, A ril.. 24, In room 239'West. Engineering 'Building.
a * C. B. Gordy.
Glacial Geology (Geology 128) : Field Trip:
Membiers .'f Mr. Leverett's class in Glacial Geology will take a field trip
to Ypsilanifi Saturday, April, 25th. Take the 8 O'clock internurban from State
and Packar'd Streets. An outline of the features to lie observedI enroute
and in Ypsilanti Will be furnished at thatillne. L~. N. Gould.
Patronize Daily Advertisers - it pays.-Adv.

Zoology I:
My qluiz section meeting Monday, April 27, at 11 o'clock, will recite at.
that time !on the following assignment: Tiextbook( pages 192-203; La-
b)oratory exercise No. 8 to middle of page 41 ; lecture on maturation.
A. Franiklin Slhull.
IVarsity Glee ('111b:
Your appearance in the Convocation todayv counit,, as a regular (,on-
cort on tihe att enda nce recoid. -1.r. I Iarrii:,;on asics that everyone be present
at the back entrance of lill audIitorium as s.oon as, poggible. after 11.
C'arlSclioontuaher.
The following pro~grani will lie given S,'unday an'ernoon at 4:15 o'clock
in Hill Auditorium by Mr. Palmer Christian. University Organist, and the
U~niversidty Girls Glee C'ub under the (direction of Nora Crane Hunt:
Concerto Overtlire in C major (Hlollins) M' Christian: Intermezzo
(1-oilins) Mr. Christian; Fly Singing Blird (Elgar) Jeannette Emmons and
Eunice Northrup, Violinists ; Volga Boat Song, Glee Club; Evening Prayer
in Brittany (Chiaminade) Dorothy Cozad, Soprano, Eunice Northrup. Con-
tralto; Angel Scene (Hacnsel and Gretel) hI-umperdinek, Preludio (Corelli)
and Toccata. in C (Bach) Mr. Christian; (loin' Itome (From New World
Symphony) (Dvorak) Vlirgintia, Hobbs, Soprano; It was a Lover and His
Lass (Dunn) Glee Club; Marche Militare, No. I (Schubert).
Accompaniments played by Gwendolyn Wilson.
Charles A. Sinmk, Secretary.
Atkinson, Contest:
Th'le semi finals9 for the Atkinson Memorial Contest will be held Satur-
dlay morning in Room 302 Mason Hall.,Ibeginning at 8:00 A. M. The con-
testants will speak in the following order: Ainter, Cline, Conn, Dahlberg,
Davis. E. C.. Davis, E. W., Diamond, Douglas, Neitzert. 1)omhoff, Menmxmr,
Newton, Puchett, Rogers, Rosenthal, and Snider. Changes in this order
may be made for satisfactory reasons.
W. C. Dixon, Director Local ('ontestq.
Senior Engineers:
Subscriptions to "The Alumnus" may lbe secured at the special rate
of $2.50, from the following men:
J. A. Barkovitch C1. 1L. Palmer
L. F. Beach G. Page
F. L. Everett H1. A. Sheridan
At. R. Graichen C. P. Teeple
L. H. Kent A. M. White
H. E. McArthur
Caps and gowns ordered this week will arrive in time for Swingout.
Tickets for the Senior Banquet may be secured from Kurt Keydel and
A. M. White. Waldo K. Greiner, Pres.
League Of 'Nations Non-Partismmn Association:
The attention of mnemblers is directed to the lecture on "International
ICo-operation In Theory And Practice" which will be given at 4:15 o'clock
this afternoon in Natural Scielpee Auditorium by Professor C. K. Webster,
Professor of International Politics in the University College of Wales.
Edgar H. Ailes.
Senior Engineers:
teMr. I. B. Shoup, Director of time Personnel and Training Department of
teMarion Steam Shovel Company, will he in Ann Arbor on Sunday and
Monday, April 26th andl 27th, for the 'purpose of interviewing Senior En-
gineering Students who might. 1e interested to associate themselves with
this company after gradluation. Mr. Shoup may lbe seen at the Michigan
.Union on Sunday afternoon, or in Room 225 WTest Engineering Building on
Monday. L. .1. Gram.
Tlio All Foreign Stuidents:
In case the invitation has failed to reachl you due to diffiulty in secur-
ing a complete list of foreign students,, the Chinese Students' Club of the
University wishes to extend to you cordlial inv-itation to an informal dinner
party to lbe held at C'ongregational Church, corner William and State Sts,,
at 6:30 o'clock this evening, Friday. Please phone 1760 between .1 and 5
this afternoon to let us know if your kind pr~esence is expected.
William C'. Wang.

War Shadow Over Two South American countres.

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With Peru and Chile stirredltup over President Coolidge'q decision as arbiter in the Tacna-Arica dispute,
interest turns towardI the military establishments of the two countries, p articularly toward Peru, which fears;
the restilt~s of the plebiscite (decided upon by Mr. Coolidge. The photo shows future officers drilling at Chor.-
rulles, the "West Point". of the Peruvian army.

NEW IMMIGHATION PLAN
is -PROPOSED By DAVIS
Washington, Api l 23.-Detailed
study of a proposal by secretary
Davis for examination of im~migrants
at ports abroad or on their way to
the United States withi a view of mak-
ing the plan effective as soon as
possible was b~egun today at a con-
ference of representatives of the im-
migration service, the public health
service and the State department.
The plan, as outlined by Davis, is
designed eventually to eliminate im-
migration stations at ports of entry
in this country including Ellis island,
and to remove the necessity of re-
turning aliens to their home lands
after they have reached America In
the belief that they would be admit-
ted. The plan involves not only the

examnAinatIon and Instruction of aliensI Berlin, April 23.-Fifty Commn;!st-
before they arrive in the United held in the city jail on charges of po-
States, but the coordination of all litical offenses have begun a hunger
American forces abroad having to do strike in protest against what thmey
with enforcement of the immigration allege is the intentional delay of their
law. trial.
London. April 22.-Mnie. Olga Nov- Paris, Ainril 23.-Plans for a Pan-
ikoff, prominent writer on Russian) Latin football tournament were imde
politicial aff airs, is dead. here yesterday.
NEW YORK UNI1VERSITY
a SCHOOL OF RETAILING,
Experience in New York's, Newark's and Brooklyn's largest
(departmnent stor es. Earn whille you tradin to be an executive. Store
service linked with classroom instruction.
Certificate ................... M. S. in Retailing
Fall term opens September 17, 1925. Summer School July 7 to
August 14, 1925.
Illustrated booklet on application. For futrther information write
Dr.yNor~ris A. Brisco, Director, 100 -Washfington Square, New York

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WH1AT'S'GOING ON
Notices to a p pear in this column niust
be left In th box at the D,4ity office
provided for '~ purpose before 4
o'clock preceetding thoe duy of issue.
FRIDAY
8 :00-0r. Richard Cabot Speaks on
"'Social Work," in the amphitheater
of the hospital.
11:00-Dr. Richard -C. Cabot speaks
at Honors Convocation in Hill au-
ditorium.
4:15-Prof. Charles R. 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-
6:30-Iiformial dinner party for all
foreign, students, at the Congrega-
tional 'church. -
8:00-Br, N. B. Leiwis speaks on "In-
sulin," In room 151 of the Chem -
istry building.
SATURDAY
8:00-Tme' semi-flnal's for lime Atkin.
son' Memorial, contest -are held in,
rom302, Mason hall.
S :10.240A representative of the
Fifler Brinrsh company meets stu-
dents who -are Interested in' sim
mer work in room 2, University
b1all.
12:i~iL~CsmoohianClj lu In cheon atI
the Church of Christ.
I :1i-4Cosniopolltan Cluj) holds elec.
tion at the Chur ch of Christ.
7:30-Craftsmen meet at tihe Masonic
Templq.
Dr. Emory W. Sink of the felh
service recently delivered an illustrat-
ed lecture an "Defective Vision." at al
luncheon of the Ypsilanti Kiwanis
club.

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