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THE MICHIGAN DAILY __
TUESDAY. MAY .5. 192:1
DAILY OFFICIAL BULETN
Publication In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received b tko Assst t to th Peedent until
3:30 . m. (11:30 a. in. Saturday.
Volume 5 TUESDAY, 3MAY , 192i Number 15,
To the Deanis:
There will be a Conference of the Deans on Wednesday, May G, at ten
O'clock in the President's office. A. H. Lloyd.
Executive Board, Graduate School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
on Tuesday, May 5, at four o'clock. A. Ii. Lloyd.
To Members of the University:
-Insofar as possible, the Secretary's office has distributed new phone
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. Smdtt, Secretary of the University.
Graduate Students in Chemial Engineering:
' This is to remind you that the regular monthly luncheon comes today,
Tuesday, May 5. Alfred Hf. White.
English 3-Public Speaking for Engineers:
The regular weekly assembly will be held Thursday May 7, at 7 P. M.
in Room 348 of the West EngineeringBuilding. Chairman, Mr. H. Hanford;
Speakers: Messrs. J. J. Mahan, B. C. Ketchum, H. B. Hostetler, H. L. Mathe-
son, L. 0. Shantz, W. McArthur, C. Hungerford, R. F. Smith.
R. L Lindemulder.
Mechanical Engineering 7, Mon.Fri. Section:
The men in this section will report in the Mechanical Engineering
Laboratory at their usual place Friday, May 8t, at 1:00 P. M. for the pre-
liminary work of the boiler test. H. J. Watson.
Naval Architeture 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' worik than we can supply. Herbert C. Sadler.
Philosophy I Examination:
There will be an examination in Philosophy I at the regular lecture
hours Thursday, May 7. The questions will be on Paulsen's Introduction to
Philosophy, Pages 1-111, 145-133.
R. M. Weley
C. It. Vibbert.
Students in Aeronantical Engineerinig:
Attention of the class is. called to the following information just re-
ceived by Major Carpenter from the War Department:
Those students of Aeronautical Engineering, who at their time of en-
trance into the advanced courses of any R. . T C. unit express their inten-
tion in writing of applying for commissions in the Air Service Reserve Corps
at the completion of their course of training in the R. . T. C. may sub-
stitute adlvanced aeronautical elective courses for certain courses required
in the R. 0. T. C. unit in which they are enrolledl.
These advanced aeronautical elective subjects are:
Subject Hours Credit
4a Advanced Airplane Design................2
7 Theory of Balloons and Dirgibles ........................ 2
4 Design of Balloons and Dirigibles ............ ......... 4
10 Design of Aerodromes and. Hangars............2
1 1 Advanced Stability...................2
12 Seminary........... .... .......................... 2-4
Any two of these subjects may be elected in lieu of any two of the R. 0.
T. C. subjects listed below:
Coast Artillery MS-5, MS-6
Infantry MS-25, MS-2G
Signal Corps MS-5, MS-7 or 18
Ordnance Oilher Engineering electives
Course 41-Air Service:,
In addition to the substitution of two semesters of advanced aeronautical
elective subjects for two semesters of I. 0. T. C. subjects provided for
above, advanced aeronautical students will be given Military Science 41, in
lieu of, one of the other advanced subjects of the unit in which enrolled.
Course 41, .will be on the Tactical Functions of the Air Service.
This announcement affects the sophomores next fall.
F. W. Pawowsk.
Varsty Ghee Club:'
Mteet in front of the Union tonight at 7:45 for the Annual Spring Sere-
nade. Kurt J.<remlik.
Round LUp Club:
initiation Wednesday, May 6th, to be followed by installation of new
officrs. Members meet at the Union at 7:30 P. M.
Edw. B. Riedle.
The 19th Annual French Play of the Cercle Francaise, "Blanchette" by
Brieux, will be given tomorrow evening, (Wednesday, May 6), in Sarah Cas-
well Angell Hall, at 8:15 >o'clock. Admission by Cercle Membership tickets
or by tickets on sale at State Street .bookstores.
Robert V. Finney, Director.
R. 0. TP. C. Hand:
There will be a. meeting of the Band at the Drill Hall 6:45 P. AL tonight.
RIchard TP. Schiolsberg.
IT. of 11. Section, Society of American 31iltary Engineers:
Regular monthly meeting of the Section will be held at the Michigan
Union, 8:00 P. M. tonight.
Capt. Dunn andi Professor Mitche'l will address the Section.
All members are requested to attend.
11'. IVictor Owenu, Secret ary.
The annual election meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 5th, at 7:30
P. M. in Room 1.62 Natural Science Building. Election of new officers. The
following papers will be read:
"Uric Acid in Blood," by Dr. A. A. Christman.
"TPhe Paleontalogy of the Richmond Rocks of Northern Michigan," by
Mr. Russell C. H-ussey. A. Lindla~d, Secretary.
Alpha Nui Literary Society:
The regular meeting will be held in the society room on the fourth floor
of Angell Hall at 7:30 ihis evening. Six members will speak briefly upon
"The World's Ten Best Books."' Visitors are welcome.
The annual banquet will be held at 7 o'clock this evening at the Green
Tree Inn. Professor Reed will give the address. Following the banquet
nominations will be made for speaker for the ensuing semester.
Luke County, Indiana Club:
There will be a meeting of the Lake Ccunty Club in Room 302 of the
Union at 7:30 o'clock tonight. Charles E. Daugherty.
The Physics Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P. M. on Tuesday, May 5,
1925. in Room 1041 New Physics Building.. Professor H. Mv. Randall will
speak on "Spectroscopic Evidences of Simultaneous Electronic Trran~sitions."
All interested are invited to attend. Rf. A. Sawyer.
10 :00-('onferenee of the deans in the Presden's ffi
7:340-Routid-Up ('lub Ileets at tyre3
Union. adtru.; ihadliiuSabcu adih
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1 :15i--N ineteenth annual Fr'enchi play,
"B~lanchette,"' by Brieux, is present-i i
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WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to a ppear in this column must
be left in the box at the Da;iy office
provided for thiat purpose before 4
o'clock precee Jang the day of issue.
4 :00-Tryouts for the Senior play are
held in Newberry hall auditorium.
t1-:15 -Philip to Rowe, graduating
student of the University School of1
Music, presents organ recital in
4 :15--Physics ('olloquiuni meets in
room 1041, new Physics building.1
Prof. H. M. Randall speaks on "Spec-!
troscopic Evidences of Simiultane-
ouis Electronic Transitions." j
0 :45-R. n. T. C. band meets at the
7410-Adelpiui linuquel at the Green
7::30Junior Research club meets in
room 162, Natural Science building.1
Election of officers.
7:30-Lake Coiuty club of Indianan
meets in room 302, Union.
7::g)-Alpha 1u Literary society
!meets in the society room on the
fourth floor of Angell hall.
7:4 -Varsity clee (Into meets in
front of the Union for the annual
x :00-"The La1st Laugh," is present-1
ed in Hill auditorium.
8 :00-1fichigan section, Society of
American Military Engineers, meets
at the Union.
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