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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by th, Assist*nt to the Preident until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdaya
Volume 5 THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1925 Number 151


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 deport cases of students whose work so far has been unsatis-
factory. Such Atbrts, in order to be of any servive to the students con-
cerned, should be made promptly. All reports must be in by Friday, May 1.
} W. R. Hulmpliieys.
Phi Lambda Upsilon Lecture:
The public is cordially invited to attend the lecture of Dr. Harry L.
Fisher, Research Chemist for the Goodrich Rubber Co., on Thursday, April
30th at8 P.M., Chemical Amphitheatre. The subject of the lecture will be
"A Chemical. Talk on Rubber," illustrated with experiments, specimens, and
lantern slides, and should be of general interest.

informal social hour and reception of new members will occur immediately
following the lecture. Rensis Liert, President.
The election of officers will be held at the annual meeting Saturday
evening, May 2, 1925, at the Masonic Temple. -Members should bring receipt
for dues for the current year. The election follows the banquet at 6:00
o'clock at which Judge Newkirk will speak on "Masonic History." Tang
and Tavares will entertain. Arthur R. Turner, President.
S. C. A. C~binet Meeting:
. Regular meeting at Lane Hall at 5:30 P. M.
C. S. hligley, See.
Comedy Club:
There will be a meeting tonight at 8:15 in Room 203 University Hall.j
Election of officers will be held at this time.
Elizabeth Strauss, Secretary.

1 Members of the finance committee
of the Y. W. C. A. will meet at 3 o'-
clock today in Newberry hall.
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Naval Archtectue and Marine Engineering:
Lloyd's Register Scholarship of $500 per ann. for three years is awarded
on a competitive basis on the results of the Freshman year's work. Those
wishing to enter for the same will please leave their names with me before
the end of the semester. At present we have more demand for men in
Marine work than we can supply. Herbert C. Sadler.
Instructors of Freshmen Engineers:
Please turn in the Mentor cards now in your hands to the Assistant
Dean's office not later than Friday, May 1.
J. C. Brier, Mentor.
Political 292, Journal Club:
The regular meeting of the Journal Club will be at 3 today. Discussion
of Willougpby, "Fundamental Concepts of Public Law."
J. S. Reeves.
Field Trip in Glacial Geology:
The class will assemble at the Natural Science Building at 8 A. M. Sat-
urday, May 2, for trip by motor truck into the district west of Ann Arbor.
An outline for trip will be supplied. The class should assemble even if
weather seems unfavorable for the trip.
Frank Leverett.
Geology 128 (Glacial Geology):
The supplementary final examination in Mr. Leverett's course in Glacial
Geology will be held on Friday, May 1, from 4-6:00 In Room 437 Natural
Science Building. Ellen Stevensn.
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. M. William L. Diener.
Faculty Women's Club:
The Nursery Section of the Faculty Women's club will hold its annual
meeting on Thursday, April 30th, at 3:30 o'clock at the Club House.
Maybelle H. Whitney.
Organ Recital:
Gerhard Binhammer, graduating student of the University School of
Music, will present the following program, to which the public is cordially
invited, on Friday afternoon, at 4:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium:
Choral in A minor (Franck); Nocturne (Grieg); l'Arlequin (The
Clown); Prelude and Fugue on Bach (Liszt); Andante (Sonata VI) Men-
delssohn; Prelude to "The Blessed Damozel" (Debussy); Beatitude (Scenes
from the Life of St. Francis) (Bossi).
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Varsity Glee Club:
Business meeting tonight in Room 308 Michigan Union for the election
of officers and to decide on a date for the Spring Serenade. Important. 7:15.
Carl Schoonmaker.
Students' Recital:
Tshe following program to which the public is invited will be given by
a number of advanced students of the University School of Music, Thursday
evening at 8:00 o'clock; in the School of Music Auditorium:
Nocturne in E major (Chopin), Five Waltzes from Op. 39 (Brahms)
Marguerite Shattuck; Alleluia (Humphreies) Katherine Saunders; Sonata in
A major (Haendel) Roselle Rider; Libestraum, No. 3 (Liszt) Stewar
Churchill; Elegie (Faure) and Scherzo (Van Goem) Olive Wilbur; Si mea
vers (Hahn), An Open Secret (Woodman) Virginia Hobbs; Romance (Si-
belius) Elva Cuthbert; Trees (Rasbach), The Respone (Brown) To a Hill
Top (Cox) Bessie Sickles; Gnomerweigen (Liszt) Frances Adams. Accom-
panists: Marguerite Shattuck and Lucile Graham.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Play Uroduction Plays:
On Friday evening, May 1, at 8 o'clock in University Hall the next pro-
gram in the series of Play Production Plays will be given. The following
short plays wlil be presented: "Fishing on the Bridge" by K. Cid, "The
Death of Tintagiles" (In condensed form) by M. Maeterlinck, and "Judge
Lynch" by J. W. Rogers, Jr. A nominal admission will be charged.
R. 1. T. Hollister.
University Club of Ann Arbor:
The annual meeting and election of officers for the ensuing year will be
held in the club rooms on Friday evening, May 1, a 8:30. A musical pro-
gram will also be given. Warren P. Lombard, President.
Senior Education School Men:
Canes may be engraved at the Bey Jewelry Store in the Arcade.
Russell P. Brumbaugh.
Cosmopolitan Club:
Professor J. R. Hayden speaks on "Democracy in the Orient" before
the Club on Saturday, May 2, at 8 P. M. in Lane Hall Auditorium, instead
of on Friday, May 1, as previously announced. The public is invited. An

Notices to appear in this column must
he h-it in the box at the !)1ytoffice I
p~roivided for o.at purpose hefore 4
o'clock precednp tae hday of isaue.
3:(-5 :00-Applications for fickel i
for the Senior ball received in theI
lobby of the Union.
8:30-Nursery section of the Faculty
Women's .club .holds .its .annual
meeting at the Club house. 3
4:00-Dean John R. Effinger lectures
in English on the 19th annual
French play, "Blanchette," in the
Natural Science auditorium.
4:00-Chairmen of Freshman Page-
ant committee meet in the Women's
League parlors in Barbour gymnas-
4:1&-Members of the leadership com-
mission of the Y. W. C. A. meet at
Newberry hall.
5:00-Congregational choir rehears-
qs at the church.
5:30-S. C. A. cabinet meets at Lane
6:00--Portia Literary society banquet
at the Green Tree inn.
' 6:00-Initiates of Sigma Xi meet at
1 the Union.
6:15-Freshman banquet in the main
ball room of the Union.
6:15-Annual banquets and initiation
of the Society of Sigma Xi is held
at the Union.
7:00-The weekly assembly In English
3, public speaking for engineers, is
held in room 348, west Engineering
7:15-Varsity Glee club holds elee-
tion of officers in room 308, Union.
S:00--Dr. Harry L. Fisher, research
chemist for the Goodrich Rubber

company gives "A Chemical Talk on
Rubber," in the Chemical ampithe-
8:00--Theta Sigma. meets at the Alpha
Xi Delta house.
8:00--Students' recital in the School
of Music auditorium.
8:14-Comedy club holds election of
oicers in room 203, University hall-
4:15-G'erhard Rinhammer, graduat.
ing student of the University School
of Music, presents organ recital in
Hill' auditorium.
51:31-Wesleyan Guild informal picnic
leaves Wesley hall.
8:00-Three plays in the series of
Play Production plays presented in
University hall.
8:30-miversity clcib of Ann Arbor
meets in the club rooms.
9:00-League of Catholic Women May
party at St. Thomas' hall.
Dr. George E. Myers, of the voca-
tional education department, is on
leave for a six months lecture tour of
the United States. Dr. Myers has al-
ready lectured at the University of
California on vocational guidance, and
he plans to speak on various phases
of the same subject at several other
universities during his trip. At pre-
sent he is emphasizing the trend of
vocational guidance movements in the
public schools. And he was connect-
ed with installing a similar education
program in the Detroit city schools. 11


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