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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by)'the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays
Volume i SUNDAY, MAY 3, 195 Number 147
To the Deans:
There will be a Conference of the Deans on Wednesday, May 6, at ten
o'clock in the President's office. A. H. Lloyd.
T2o the members of the Senate Council:
The next regular meeting of the'-Senate Council will be held in the
President's office Monday, May 11, at 4:15 P. M.
F. E. Robbns, Secretary.
Notice to Piispctive Graduates:
THE DIPLOMA FEE OF $10 IS PAYABLE NOW!
Early settlement is necessary for the preparaltion of diplomas. In no
case wi llthe 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 doe~s not, recommend .any payor, the fee will be refunded on surren-
der, of receipt 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 Secretory 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~#T1{E L.AST MOME~NT, BUT ATTEND TO THIS MATTER
AT ONCE.
THETVEA§URER'S OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED EACH SATURDAY
AFTERNOON.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary University.
To Members of tile iTversity:
Insofar as possible, the Secretary's office has distributed new p~hoine
books to be used under the dial system. Any one who has not received a new
book may have one delivered by notifying the Secretary's office.
S. W. Smith, Secretary of the University.
F~aculty Meeting, College of Literature, Science anid the Arts:
The next regular meeting of the Faculty will be held Monday, May 4th,
at 4:10 in Room 2225, Angell Hall. John R. Effinger.
Phi Bleta Kappa:
A special miecting is called for 5 11. M. Thur.sday, May 7, in Room 20:5,
Mason Hall, to transact business. Initiation of- undergraduate members
will follow at 5:30, at the same place. H. L. Caverly.
Initiates into PI,1 Beta Kappa:
Undecrgraduates elected to Phi Beta. Kappa this, year are asked to be
present. for initiation into the Society at Boomn 205. Mason Hall, at 5: 30
I'. M. (instead of :00) Thursday, May 7. The slight postpoineent is on~
account of SwIng-Out Exercises and the necessity of a business mneeting.
11. L. Ca erly.
Atinial-lli UBela Kappa Banquet:
The annual Banquet of Alpha Chapter of Michigan Phi Beta Kappa will
take place at the Michigan Untion F'ridaty, Maiy 8, 1025, at 6:30 1P. M. Pro-
fessor Edgar-F. Carrit will deliver the address. Members of Phi Beta kappa,
whether of .this or other C'hapters, are cordially invited, andl reservationis
may be.made, by writing to Professor H-. IL. Caverly or telephoning to himt
at 143M (University exchange). ''The banquet charge is $1.50. The initiates
from the junior and Senior Classes will be present as guests of the Chapter.
It. L. Capvcrly, Secretary.
Ann: Arbor Art Association:
Members view of International Exhibition of paintings and "Gallery
talk" by Professor Donaldson, Alumni Memorial Halll Monday, May 4, 8:001

Student Obscier's in Detroit Schooels:
Every student who has been observing or piract ice teaching in the De-
ti'oit schools this semester w~ill lea~se meet in(- in R~oomi 105, Tappanm Hall,
Monday, May 4, at five o'clock. This is important. C. 0. Davis.
Led ure:
IA Lecture unuder the auspices of the Classical Depart ments on "Piolybius
and his lPlan in Ancient Historiography"' will he given by Ernest G. Sihler,
I Pli.D., Litt.D., Emeritus Professor' of New York University at 8:00 o'clock
ThIursday evening. May, 7, in Room 2003, Angell Ilall.
The public is invited. 11. A. Sanders.
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Niaara lfall Lecture:
Air. Wi K. Bradbury of the Niagara Falls Powver C'ompany will speak
in Natural Science Auditorium on Monday, May 4, at 7 :30 P. Al. under the
auspices of the Student Branch of the American Institute of Electrical En-
gineers. Mr. Bradbury will outline. the historical background of power. de-
velopment at Niagara Falls, and will give considerable detail of the instal-
lation of the world's largest hydro-electric units and the construction of the
miniature model of the Falls built by the company for experimental lpur-
poses. The lecture will be well illustrated with slides.
The lecture is open to all interested.
Jamies 13. Johnson, Clami Pub1. C ohmm
Organ Recital:
Phli lip Laitowec, a graduating student of t he University School of Music,
Iwill p~resent the following program, to which the public is invited, in Hill

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SUTNDAY, MAY3,1
Kodel Radio Units at Lyndon's
A complete line of KODEL portable
and stationary radio units is in stock in
our radio department. Drop around and
let us demonstrate these fine sets. We
also carry a large stock of radio supplies.
LYNDON and COMPANY
719 North University Ave.

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Starting with the Opening of our Store Monday, May 4th1
We will Offer a Series ofI

Auditorium, Tuesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock:
Prelude in B minor (Bach) ; Rondo Ca priccio (LeMare) ; Symphony V1
(Widor) ;- festival Prelude on "Ein feste Burg" (l'aulkcs) ; Minuetto antico
e Musetta (Yon) ; Dreams (Stoughton) ; Concert Variations (B~onnet):
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Junior Re~earch C(lub;:-I
The annual election mweeting will bo held on Tuesday, M\ay 5th, at 7 :30
P. M. in Room 162 Natural Science Building. Election of newv officers. 'The
following papers will be read:
"Uric Acid in Blood," by Dr. A. A. Christman.
"The Paleontalogy of the Richmond Rocks of Northern Michigan," by
1Mr'. Russell C. Hussey. A. Limdijia, Secretary.
"Collecting in South Africa." M. L. Winslow. Rtoom M-224, Natural
Science Building, Monday, May 4, at 8 P'. M.
Members may bring guests.
~ :ary R. Emerson, Secretary.
IPhi Laiabda Upsilon :
I ilThe final meeting of the year of Delta Chapter of JI Lambda Upsilon
wilbe held Monday, May 4, at 7 P. M., Room 303, Chemistry Building. Elec-
tion of new officers will take place. F. J. Van N1attat $ec'y.
I Mother's Day
I--crc you will find a large stock of cards and gifts for
Mothcr's Day.
1l 1l1S. UNIVERSITY

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FIRST

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May 4th, 5th and 6th
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The Talk of. the C'ampus
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Bradbury To Talk
On Power. History,
Historical b.ackground of power
*development at. Niagara Falls will be
discussed by W. K. Bradbury of the
SNiagara Falls flower Lompany at
7:30 o'clock tomorrow in the Natural
Science auditorium. In the address,
IMr. Bradbury is expected to give par-
ticular stress to the installation of
the Avorld's largest hydro-electric'
units and the construction of the
miniature model of the falls, built by'i
the comupany foi' experimntal pur11-
poses.j
ITli, lecturer L brought here under
the auspices of the American insti- 1
I tute of electrical engineers. IHis talk
will be illustrated with lantern
I slides.
'An all-Michigan orchlestra compos-
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Soto Garden players will broadcast
tstarting at 10 o'clock this evening,
HrmIot Springs National Park, Ar-
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MILK, CREAM, WHIPPING CREAM
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Napkins, etc. Cold Meats,
Pickles, Canned Fruits and
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Remember the above prices
THREE DAYS only

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Take advantage of this sale and supply yourself with
your Knicker and Golf Hosiery needs for the Summer

Announcing

The Next Showing
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For the College Man
at
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Wednesday,; Thursday, Friday
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