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PAQ1~ J~I~fT WDNESAY.~4AY13,19t

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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'Wrl-DNtl:SD .Y, MAY 19, 1935

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Pblication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by tb4 Assistent to th Preusdent until
8:30 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday
Volume IWENESDAY, MAY 13, 1925 Number 165
Members of the Administrative Board, College of Literature, Science,and
the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Administrative Board Thursday, May 14,
at 4:10, in Dean Effinger's office. W. R. lumphreys.
Attention Seniors:
Members of all the senior classes except those of Engineering and Archi-
tecture, which have made other arrangements, are requested to pay their
ALUMNUS SUBSCRIPTION FEE in the Treasurer's office the same time the
Diploma Fee is paid. Wilferd B. Shav.
Philosopphy 31:
The make-up examination in Philosophy 31 will be Friday May 15,
4:00 P. M. in 106 Mason Hall. Wn. . Trap.
Political Science 31:
Assignment for week beginning Thursday, May 14, will be Chapter
XXIX, OGG & RAY. J. R. Ilayden.
To All Men Students of Physleal Education:
There will be a meeting of all men students in the four year course in
Physical Education at 8 o'clock P. M. on Wednesday, May 13th, in the Audi-
torium of the Waterman Gymnasium, second floor.
The proposition 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.
Senior Engineers:
There will be a class assembly on Wednesday, May 13, 1925, at 9:00
A. AL, Room 348 Engineering building.
C. E. Wilson Mentor Senior Engineers.
Freshmen Engineers:
The regular weekly assembly will be held at 11 o'clock on Wednesday,
May 13, in Room 348 West Engineering Building. Professor H. E. Riggs will
'talk to the class. J. C. Brier.
Students o Enignerig:
In 'order that adjustments may be made in case of conflict in final ex-
aminations, all such conflicts must be reported by Wednesday, May 20th,
to C. H. Fessenden. (Room 333 W. Engineering Building).
C. H. Fessenden.
Graduate Students in Education:
The last meeting of the Educational Conference of graduate students
in Education will be held Wednesday, May 13th, at 7 P. M. in the offices of
the School of Education, Tappan Hall. Mr. McCluskey will be in charge of
the meeting.
All members of the staff and graduate students are expected to be
present. Clifford Woody.
Summ er Cimp i Geology and Ge0graphy:
1. Registration.
Registration blanks for the field courses in geology and geography are
now available at the Registrar's office. Students, planning to attend the
camp, must fill out these blanks and pay tuition as early as possible to be
certain of places in the classes. The number of students in each class is
limited.; as soon as this limit is reached, registration will he closed.
Students, who have signed the temporary blanks for places in the field
courses, must also fill out the registration blanks.
2. Inoculation Against Typhoid.
Everyoneattending the camp;imust be inoculated against typhoid. The
inoculation, which may be obtained at the Health Service, is given over a
period of two weeks and should be started at once.
3. Circular Of Information.
A circular of information regarding supplies for courses, personal
equipment, mail, etc., may be obtained from the Director of the camp.
G. M. Ehlers, Director.
Telephone Lectures:
Mr. C. S. Owen, Fundamental Plan Engineer, will deliver the next two
lectures in the current series being presented by officials of the Michigan
Bell Telephone Company. The first of Mr. Owen's talks will be on "Cost
Studies" and will be held in Room 248 West Engineering Building, on
Wednesday, May 13th, at eleven o'clock. While treated from the standpoint
of the telephone engineer, this subject is a very broad one and the problems
involved are similar to those met in other fields. All interested are invited
to attend. W. L. Everitt.
Vacation Work:
Mr. H. B. Outwater, District Manager for the Pure Silk Hosiery Mills,
Inc., of Chicago, will be in Room 2 University Hall from 9:30 to 11:30 A. M.,
and from 2:00 to 5:00 1. M., Thursday, May 14th, for the purpose of inter-
viewing students (men and women) who are seeking employment for sum-
'mer vacation. J. A. Bursey.
Freshmien:

Members of the Winning Group teams in volley ball and basketball
mayprocure their medals from Group leaders.
William L. Diener.
Central League Debate Try-Outs:
Try-outs for the Intercollegiate Debating Class will be held at nine
o'clock Saturday morning, May 16th, in Room 302 Mason Hall. All under-
graduate men students who will be eligible to participate in campus activi-
ties during the first semester of next year may compete for admission to
this class. Approximately fifteen men will be selected from which the. two
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University debating teams will be chosen to represent the University in
the Central League debates. The try-outs will consist of a five minute
speech on eitherside of the following question:
"Resolved, That the proposed Child-Labor Amendment to the
National Constitution should be adopted by the United States."
All students intending to try out for this work should communicate with
I the undersigned. G. E. Densmore.
I ichigan-Ohio Debate Try-Outs:,
Try-outs for the Intercollegiate Debating Class will be held at two
o'clock on Saturday afternoon, May 16th, in Room 302 Mason Hall. AllI
undergraduate women students who will be eligible to participate in campus'
activities during the first semester of next year may compete for admission
to this class. Approximately fifteen women will be selected from which two
University debating teams will be chosen to represent the University in the
Michigan-Ohio League debates. The try-outs will consist of a five minute
speech on either side of the following question:
"Resolved, That the 'proposed Child-Labor Amendment to the
National Constitution should be adopted by the United States."
All students intending to try out for this work should communicate
with the undersigned. G. E. Densmore.
Oratorical Board:
There will be an important meeting of the Oratorical Board this after-
noon at 4:30 o'clock in Room 3211 Angell Hall.
Millard H. Pryor, President.
Varsity Glee Club:
The office will .e open from 3:00 to 5:30 today to make the final re-
funds. Last opportunity. All music will have to be returned before any re-
funds can be made. Kurt J. Krenillek.
To 3ieniers of the University of Michigan Band:
I The Band will assemble tonight at 6:45 at the Band Headquarters in
full uniform, to Include capes, for the weekly concert to be held on the
Library steps in conjuncion with the first senior sing. The annual election
of the Band will be held at this meeting, and it Is urgently desired that
every member of the Band be present. Every member of the Band who has
served the Varsity Band for one year is requested to drop his name and
size for a sweater in the suggestion box at Morris Hal, and all men who,
here previously designated to be awarded charms should check up their
name on the list on the Bulletin board. Those who fail to do this will not
receive this recognition at the annual Band banquet.
- Robert V. Halsey, Student Mgr.
Research Club*
The May meeting of the Research Club will be held on Wednesday,
j May 13th at 8 P. M. in the .Histological Laboratory of the Medical Building.
he following papers will be presentedy:
"The Domain of Literary 'Theory" by Professor C. E. Whitmore.
"Plant or Animal Origin of Materials Composing a Coral Reef" by Pro-
fessor J. B. Pollock.
The Council will meet at 7:30 P. M.
T. H. Hildebrandt, Secretary.
F La Socledad Hispnatn:
La Sociedad Hispanica will hold its last meeting of the school year
this evening at 7:30 in Room "302 Michigan Union. This meeting is
especially important and it is desired that all members attend because the
election of next year's officers is to take place, and plans will be discussed
and reservations made for the annual picnic to be held the following Tues-
day. Marshall H. Levy.
1. S. Naval Reserne Force:
The regular weekly meeting of the University Unit will be held Wednes-
(ay, May 13th, at 7:30 P. M. in the It. 0. T. C. Drill Hall.
L. C. Lee er.
.. S. 0. E.:
The final meeting of the year of the Student Chapter of American So-
eiety of Civil Engineers will be at the Union, Thursday night. May 14, at
7:15. It is imperative that all new Junior members be present aswell as
senior members, so that the election of next year's officers and all other
liiusiness may be completed successfully.
Howard A. Sheridan.
Quarterdeck Society:
The Spring Initiation of Quarterdeck Society will be held Wednesday
May 13th at 3:30 P. M. Initiates are to report at the Naval Tank. The
Initiation Banquet will be held at the Union at 6:00 P. M.
M. L. Ireland Jr., Purser.
THE
Co-Eds of Michigan
WALTZES
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DEBT SETTLEMENT AGAI
CO SDEE T CAPITOL!
Washington, May 12. -- Develop -
ments during the day with regard to
the revival of informal conversations
y in Washington and Paris as to debt
settlement questions failed to indi-
cate that any concrete plan of settle-
ment had as yet been advanced 'by
either government as a basis for dis-
cussion.
I)ON"1' F{ ET Tr.o 'VOTE TODAY.

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