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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY__

W'EDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1925

DAILY OFFICIAL BULTN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received lay tho Assistant to the Pre ideut until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m, Saturdayh
Volume S WELINSDAY, APRIL 23, 19.24 Number 13
signizi Xi:
The annual banquet and initiation of the Society of Sigma Xi will he
held Thursday evening, April 30th, at the Michigan Union at 6:1.5 o'clock.
Initiates are asked to present themselves at 6 o'clock.
A. S. Warthin, President.
Phi Lamibdia Upsilon Lecture:
The public is cordially invitedl to attend the lecture of Dr. Harry L.
Fisher, Research Chemist for the Goodrich Rubber Co., on. Thursday, April
30th at 8 P. M., Chemical Amphitheatre. The subject of the lecture will be
"A Chemical Talk on Rubber," illustrated with experiments, specimens, and
lantern slideA, :'and should be of general interest.
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To All 3fniiwrs ,of the University:
Tonight in Hill Auditorium, Mr. James Wilson, Vice President of the
American Federation of Labor, will enter into an informal discussion of
various, practical labor problems, with Honorable William Huggins, promi-
nent corporation attorney, and former Chief Justices of the Kansas Court of
Industrial'Relations. The speeches will commence at 8 P. M. and no ad-
mission will be charged. Douglas W. Clepbane.
Students In Labor VGorses:
It is expected that Vice President James Wilson of the American Fed-
eration of Labor' will talk informally to the class in Industrial Government
at nine this morning and that Judge William L. Huggins, formerly of the
Kansas Industrial Court, will meet the class in Labor at ten. The nine
o'clock class is held in Room 104 of the Economics Building and the ten
o'clock in Room 102. All students taking courses in the fleld of labor are
invited to. attend both these sessions.
Carter Goodrich.
G. S. Peterson.
Lecture on Annual- French Play:
According to custom in the Cercle IFrancais Series, Dean Effinger will
give the lecture on the Annual French Play. The play this year is "Blan-
chette" by Brieux, and the lecture "Brieux, Blanchette, and the Thesis
Play;" wili be given this Thursday at 4:00 o'clock, Natural Science Audi-
torium, and will be given in English. This last lecture on the Series is open
to the public and will be found very helpful to those expecting to attend the
Nineteenth Annual French Play, to be lgiven May 6 in Sarah Caswell Angell
Hall.
Admission to the Annual Play and Annual dance of the Cercle Francais,
the latter to be held May 15, (Cap Night), in the Womeni's League rooms of
Barbour Gymnasium, will be by Associate Membership ticket.
Robert V. Finney, IDirector.
Organ Recital:
Mr. Palmer Christian, University Organist, will offer the following pro-
gram Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium to which the
public is cordially invited:
Allegro. Marziale (Egyptian Suite) (Stoughton); Chant d' amour (Sto-
jowski) ; Marche Champetre (lBoex) ; Prelude and Fugue in A minor (Bach) ;
Fantasia from the Symphonic Suite "Sheherazade" (Rimsky-Korsakoff) ;
"Kol Nidrei" .(Bruch); Chant de printemps (Bonnett.).
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
To Seniors Interested In' Perjnanont PositionS;t and to Juniors Interested in
Summer Positions In Branch Faetories, Where They Will be Under Ob-
sen atien for Permanenot. Positions:
Mr. J. B. McClere, of the H. d. Rettig Co., will be in Room 2, University
IHall, from 9:30 A. M. to 2:00 P. M., Wednesday, April 29.
J. A. Bursley.

History 4:
The mid-semester make-up examination will be given WNednesday after-
noon, April 29, at 4 o'clock in Room 1009, Angell Hall.
IV. A. Fraser.
Geology 128 (Glacial Geology):
The supplementary final examination in Mr. Leverett's course in Glacial
Geolog'y will lbe held on Frihiay, May 1, from 4-6:0)0 in Room 437 Natural
Science Building. Ellen Stiiensoti.
History l116:
The course will meet until further notice in Iloom 309 Library.
A. L. lDunhamn.
Freshmen:
All men selling tickets for the Freshman Banquet will please make a
report to the committee in the student offices of the Union today between
the hours of 1 :30 and 5 :00 P. Al. William L. D~iener.
Freshmen Glee Members:
Everyone out for rehearsal Wednesday 7 P. At. Will sang at the Band
{ concert at 7:30 P. Mv. 3Myron Burnesoni, Pr°esident.
U. S. Naval Reserve Force:
The University Unit will meet Wednesday, April 29th, at 7:230 P. M. In
the R. 0. T. C. Drill Hall. L~. C. Leever.
Quarterdeck Society: _
The next. regular meeting will be held at the Uxilon, Wednesday, April
' 29th, at 7:30 P. l. )t. L. Ireland, Jr.
Circolo Itallano:
There will be a meeting of 11 Circolo Italiano Wednesday evening, April
29, 1925, at 7:30, in Room. 202 South Wing. All those interested in Italian
art are invited to attend. Frances Boring, President.
)latheniatienilClub:
Luncheon for the Club will be served in the Michigan Union Wednesday,
April 29, at 12:15. WV. W. Denton, Secretary.
tLa, SocIedad Ifispanica:
The meeting of La Sociedad Hispanic's will be held in Room 302 Mich-
igan Union at 7:30 this evening. Mlarshall 11. Levy.
P1 Lambda Theta:
Pi Lambda Theta will hold a short business meeting at 7:45 o'clock
tonight in the library of Martha Cook. All members are expected to be
present. Muriel Fox, President.
Republican Club :
Benjamin W. Wheeler of-the history department, will address the Re-
publican* club at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Room 304 of 'the Union on "The
Significance of the Recent Presidential Election in Germany." There will
be a short meeting of the executive board following the meeting. Visitors
are welcome. 11. A. Marks.
Varsity Glee Club :
There will be a business meeting for the election of officers in Room
348 Michigan Union Thursday at 7:15 P. M. Carl Schoonmnaker.
fembeors of the 1 niver ity of Michigan Band:
The band will assemble at the Band headquarters tonight at 7:1.0.
Weather permitting a concert will later be played upon the library steps.
jUniforms will lie worn and in the event of they concert, the band will march
from headquarters to the campus. Capes.
Robert V. Halsey, D. 3I.

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I1HA'rS GOING ON es at the church.tinoofcesnrom08'o.
6:0W -Initiates of Sig'nia Xi meet ai S:40-DIr. Harry L. Fi'sher, research
I (Continued from Column One) 4 the Union. chemist for the Goodrich Rubber
Ifor the Senior ball received in the 6: i5-Freslmn mn nuef ini the main company gives '"A Chemical }Talk, on
lobby of the Union. l ball room of the Union. IlRubber," in the Chemical anipithe-
' 3:.3::0-Ntursery section of the Faculty; 6 :l-Annuali banqtuet and initiation i rater'.
WXome's .c lb holds . its annual! of the Society of Sigma Xi is held-
meeting at the Club house. st the Union. I Paris, April 28.-With a view to
i4:0)0--Dean JohnIti . Effing'er lecttrs 7 :04-~Te weekly assembly in Emiglisli! attemipting a flight from Paris to Newv
in English on the .19th annual 3, public speaking for engineers, Ls' York, the French air service wxill try
French play, "B~lanchette,"' in the held in room 24$, west Engineering !,out in June a hydroairplane of 5:-'0
Natural Science abiditorium. building. 3 hi sepower. (carrying 1,500 gallons ef.
5 :00- 'ongregationail dioir rehears- 7:15-V--arsity Glee caul) holds elc. '''oline..

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WHAT'S GOING ON
Noise to a ppear in this column niust
he' left ine the box at the Daily office
-provided for .nat purpose before 4
WEDNESDAY
9:00-Mr. Tanmes Wilson, vlce-presl.
dient of the.American, Federation of
Labor ,talks to students in labor
courses in room .104, Economics
bunilding,
9:0-1200-11r. .. BXc~Clere of the.
H:I J. Heinz company interviews'
seniors who are interested in perm-
anent positions, and juniors who
are Interested in summer work with.
that company, In room 2, University.
hall.
110:(l6-H~on. William L. Hluggins, for-
mer Chief Justice of the Kansas.
*Ccuyt. of Industrial Relations, talks
to students in *labor courses in
room 102, Economics building.
I 2 :1 5-3Tath.emuat cal club holds lunch-
eon at the Union.
,,:00-5: 00--'Appl ications J or .tickets
for the' Senior ball received in the:
lobby of -the Union.
4 :00-Mrummers Dramatic society.
meets at the Alpha. Omicron Phi
l ctzse.
1 :60--Honor. Council meets at New.
berry hall.
4.15-MIr. Palmer Chr'istian presents
organ recital in 1-1l1 auditorium.
7 :00--Frneshmnan Glee club reports for
rehea rsal.;
t :10-Mtichigain bond assembles at
band headquarters.
7:30-li 'irooItali no meets in
room 202, South Wing., Those in-
terested in Italian art are invited.
7:3~0-Univer'sity -unit of the U. S.
Naval Reserve force meets in R. 0.
T. 0. drill hall.
7:30Quaterdck ociey metsat the
Union.
7:3-Mr. B enjann W. Wheeler of
the history department addresses'
the Republican club on the subject,
"The Significance of the Recent
Presidential Election in Germany,"
in room 304, Union.
7 :W--lllciiigan 'band p~resents out-
dloor concert on the Library steps.
7 :341--La Sociedad Hispanica meets
in;,room 302,. Union.
7::30-Croup meet ng of contributors
to the Inlander at 1016 Olivia.
7 :30--A delphi meets In its room in
Angell hall.
7:4 5-iDe lolay meets oin the third
floor' of the new, Masonic Temple.

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