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_______ THE MICHIGAN DAILY__

TUESDAY. MAY 12, 19.75

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all member of
the University. Copy received b) the Assistant to t* Presdent until
3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturdayo
Volume 6 TUESD)AY, MAY 12, 1925 Number 16
('onunif tee on Reorganization of the 1Iegstrar's Office:
The Committee on the Reorganization of the Registrar's Office is re-
quested to meet in this office on Tuesday, May 12th, at 4 P. M.
Jon It. Effiger.
Unlver'it y W1omen--H~ou sePresidents:
Signing-out slips for the month of April are due immediately in the
office of the Dean of Women.
Je n lHamiluton, Dean of Women.
English 3-Public Speaking for Engineers:
The iegular weekly assembly will be held Thursday, May 14, at 7 P. M.
in Room 348 of the West Engineering Building. Chairman, Mr. H. B.
ostler; speakers: Messrs. J. A. McGowen, W. R,. Thompson, V. 13. Met-
calf, S. 0GlReddy, Gf: E. Maytch, R. J. Reason, . D. Mosher, C. A. Mertz.
R. L. Lindemuder.
Uia.r44 ti SfBents in Education:
'I'16' last meeting of the Educational Conference of graduate students
in Education will he held Wednesday, May 13th, at 7 P. M. in the offices of
the, Sehoo. Education, Tappan Hall. Mr. McCluskey will be in chrge of
the meeting.
All members of the staff and graduate students are expected to b
present. Clifford Woody.
To All Men Students of Physical Education:
There will lieta meeting of al men students in thc four year course in
Physical Education at S o'clock P. M. on Wednesday, May 13th, in the Audi-
Wriumi of the Waterman Gymnasium, second floor.
Thle.-4roposition of organizing a Men's Physical Education Club will be
considered._ Dean Whitney, Coach Yost and Dr. Sundwall will discuss the
advantages of such a Club!
All'Physical Education men are invited and are urged to attend.
A. S. Whitney.
Honors Course in English:
All Juniors who wish to apply for admission to this course are re-
quested to give their names to the Secretary of the Englih lDepartmnt
before Friday, May 15. Students may consult me at 2212 Angell Hall Tues-
day or Thursday between 2 and 3 P. M. 0. J. Campbell
Fresh men :
Members of the Winning Group teams in volley ball .and basketball
may procure their medals from Group leaders.
William L. Diener.
Seniors, Schiool of Education:
There will be an important class meeting Wednesday, May 13, at5
o'clock In Room 203 Tappan Hal. Among other things to be discussed is the
class memorial. W. H. Strong, President.
TIo all Women Studets:
The ruleregarding closing hours at 11: 30 P1. M. on Friday and Saturday
nights is still the same. No rule-is chianged until it is pased at a joint;
meeting of the hpoard of Directors and the ioard of Representatives of the
Women's League. Margaret Dixon, President Women's Leage.
Choral Union Rehearsal:
Pull reheai'sal will le held Tuesday May 12, at Ihill Aditoriumn, at
7:00 o'clock. Mtemlbers are requested to come sufficiently in advance to
secure numbers for seats on the new stage.
Members of the Varsity quartettes and the Girls Glee Club participating
in the "off stage chorus" for Gioconda are requested to meet at the Audi-
toriunm at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening.
Earl V., Moore, Director.!
Lantern Night Aides:I
There will be a meeting for all aides at Palmer Field on May 12th att
4:15 P. M. Ethel McCormick. j
Eng lisp iDepari ment :
There will be a department dinner at the Union Tuesday evening. May
12, ut 6 P.M. Lous 1L Bredvold.
Acolytes:
Tonight at 8 P. M. Acolytes will meet at 106 AT. . Prof. R. W. Selars
will read a paper on "Naturalism and Humanism."
Jon Knitiper.
U. of Il. Section, American Chemial -Society:
Professor H-erbert Freundlich, Assistant Director of the Kaiser Wil~elm
Institute in Berlin, will lecture before this section on Friday, May 15, at 8
P. M. in the Chemistry Amphitheatre.

His subject will be "Tihe State of Aggregation and Form of Colloidal
Particles."
All whlo are interestedl are cordially invited.
! 1.1". Wleathierill.
La Sociedad Hi1spanica :
I La Sociedad Hispanica will hold its last meeting of the school year
IWedlnesday evening at 7:30 in Rtoom 302 Michigan Union. This meeting is
jo specially important and it is desired that all members attend because the
election of next ycar's officers is to take place, anddlplans will be discussed
andl reservations made for the annual picnic to lbe held the following Tues-
day. Marshall 11. Levy.
Adeiplil:
The society will hold its last meeting for the year at 7:30 P. AT. Tuesday,
May 12,' in its room on the fourth floor of Angell IHall. A very interesting
program has beenm arranged; visitors are welcome. This will be followed
by an important binless meeting at which the new officers will be elected
and installed. E~very member should attend.
Richard Ford.

Spring Events
11ay 13--Spring Elections.
Mahy 13-Boar'd in Control of Student'
Publications Banquet.;-
Mlay 13-Senior Sing.
M1ay 14--Cap Night.
I Ma1y 1516-Fathers' week end.
May l5.141-Minnesota vs. Michigan-
baseball.I
May 20-Senior Banquet and Senior
Sing.
May 20, 21, 22, 23-Mlay Festival.'
May 22-Senior Ball.
May 22-Frosh Spring Party.
1MSay 22-Last (lay for payment of di-
ploma fees.
Mi 23-Outdoor Interscholastic
.track meet.
j Hay 27-Japanese All-Stars vs. Mich-
'igan-baseball.
May '25, 29-Interscholastic Tenniis
tournament.
May 20-Examinations begin,
Raf~y 29-Wvisconsin VS. Michigan
track meet.
May 30-Iowa vs. Michigan-base-
bal11.
in- the offices of the School of Ed-
ucation, Tappan hall.
7:134-Th. Sociedad 1I1ispanica meets
in room302, Union.
8tological laboratory of the Medical
building.
8 :00-Prof. Brilliant Sandoz presents
"autochrome" lecture on "Egypt of
the Pharaohs," and "India and Its
Sp~endlors," in Hill auditorium.
8:(0-fci. students of physical educa-
tion meet in the auditorium of Wat-
erman gymnasium.

31py 30--Wisconsr.
tennis.
Jue11, 11--Aluni
Jun 1--OhioSate

;s. ichian-JunSe 12-- -lumini Reunion Day.
J1 UM, 12-- Senior (lass Day.
meet in IDetroit
vs.Mihign- Patronize Daily Advertisers -- it

COMM ENCEM EN T!
Prcscrve thati long remembered
ei'enl with a cap and gowan
portrait.

The din ner in honor of t ajor W. T. Carpenter, the retiring Commandant
of the Michigan Rt. 0. T. C. unit, will lie given at the Union on Wednesday,
tMay 20, at six o'clock in the evening under the auspices of 'the University
Section of the Society of American Military Engineers.
Members of time Michigan faculty who served in any war of the U. S.,
members of the Army andl Navy Club, and students *who either hold com-
missions in the Military Forces of the U. S. or will receive their conmnissions
during 1925, are invited to attend.
'Those desiring to attend are requested to communicate with Arnold B.
Zinmmer, 721 Monroe Street, Chairman of- the Arrangements Committee,
before May 16.
full dress uniforms will lbe worn, if possible.
Joseph Seigle, President, Michigan Section. S. A. 31. E.
Physics Colloquium :
The Physics Colloquium will meet in Room No. 1041 New Physics Build-
ing. Tuesday afternoon at 4:15. Professor W. F. Colby will speak on the
"Gyroscopic Motion of Molecules." All interested are invited to attend.
R. A. Sawyer.
Circolo Italianio:
As agreed upon two weeks ago the members of the Circolo will meet
at 7:00 o'clock this evening. Francis Boring, P'res.
PI Lambda 'rJ'heta,:
Members of Pi Lambda 'Theta, will meet at 5:30 o'clock tonight at this
Fireplace for a picnic and discussion.
T Mluriel Fox, Presidlent,
Rep~ublican Club:
Prof. Arthur S. Aiton of the H-istory Department will adldress the Re-
publican Club at a meeting to lie held at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Room 302
of the Union. Visitors are welcome. 11. A. Marks.
in Lane hall.
W HAI'S o N GON 7 :00-Choral Union rehearsal in Hill
Notices to appear in this column must 17 :00----Meeting of Circolo ltalhio.
he left in the box at the Daly office j7 :301-Adelpli society meets In its
provided" for twiat purpose before
S o'clock prececilinp toe day of issue. room on the fourth floor of Angell
-I -- _______ hall.
TUESDAYI17:30-P1rof. Arthur S. Aiton addresses
TLESAYthe Republican club in roomi 302,
1 :30.4:30 -- International exhibiitlin Union.
of modern paintings from the Car- 85:00-Members of the Varsity guar-
'negie institute of Pittsburgh, ini Al- tettes and the Girls' Glee club p~artic-
S unmni Memorial hall. ipatimig in the "off-stage chorus" for
2:00-'ickets for tihe freshman par-;~ Gioconda, meetc in IHill auditorium.
ty go on sale at the Union. 18:00-Acolytes meetI room 100, Ma.
2.00-3:-J-uniors -wishing to ap- i oilhal.
ply for adlmisison to Honors course;
in, English consult Prof. 0. .; WEDINESDAYV
Campbell in room 2212, Angell hall.j 1 :301500 - International. exhibition,
I4:1 --Lantern Nightaides meet at mdenl'itig-fo t: Cr
Palmer field. ;of mdr aitnnfomteCr
1:14-~hyses Clloquum mets n2egie institute of Pittsburgh, in Al-
room-P10s1csnColloquicsbild~ig, umni Memorial hall.
rom.1041,.neoly sis obuild-I.:00-Seniors of the School of Eda.
srof.ic .MotoofMclby es.on"Gyro tion meet in room 203, Tappan hall.
j c30o4:3-4cLmtion heof moees" te7:00-Educational Conference of grad.
I Fireplace for picnic and discussion.( aesuntinE ctonmt
6 :00-La Soeledad 11ispanica banquet NiIt eet 25
inm honor of the cast of "Don Juan deIC AD RRICNK r- c o525
'si~u~~ Wed. Mat. -S5c to 34
Las Vinas," is held at the Union. Sat. Mat.- - see to $2.009
8:00-Tait Beta PI meets at the Union The Miracle Play of America
6 :00-English depamtnent di111ner at ANNE NICHOLS'
the Union. i ttAbile's Irish Rose"
7:00-31'. ('rocker's and1(1Mr.. Brauilt".
classes in Public Speaking 31, meet SEATS NOW FOR THIS AND NEXT WEEK
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