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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PrITDAY. MAY 15, 1925

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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 Pe dent until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday&
Volume & FRIDAY, MAY 1v, 1925 Number 167

Notice to Prospective Graduates:
THE DIPLOMA FEE OF $10 IS PAYABLE NOW!'
Early settlement is necessary for the preparation of diplomas. In no
case will the 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 does 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 Secretary 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 THE LAST MOMENT, BUT ATTEND TO THIS MATTER
AT ONCE.
THE TREASURER'S OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED EACH SATURDAY
AFTERNOON.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary University.
To Members of the University:
Copies of the President's Report for 1923-1924 have been received
and may be had by members of the faculty and students who desire them
by application at the desk in the Secretary's Office. The Report for 1923-
1924 is the final one of the series of four written by President Burton and
covering the years of his administration. There are still a number of re-
ports for the previous years of Dr. Burton's administration available and
sets will gladly be given to those who are desirous of possessing in this
form the history of the University during the past four years.
F. E. Robbins.
University Senate:
The fourth regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1924-
1925 will be held in Room C, Law Building, on the evening of Monday, May
18, at eight o'clock.
Order of business:-
1. Annual Report of Board in Control of Student Publications.
2. Election of Secretary.
3. Appointment of committee to study athletic problems.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate.
Public Address, Order of the Cof:
The annual Law School address, under the auspices of the Coif, will be
delivered Friday, May 15, at 4:15 P. M., in Room C, Law Building, by Mr.
George Packard of the Chicago Bar, member of the firm of Brown, Packard,
Peckham and Barnes.
The subject is: "Some Prejudices and Impressions of an American
Lawyer in London." Mr. Packard will discuss some aspects of English court
procedure as compared with American procedure.
The address is open to the University public.
Henry A1. Bates, Dean.
U. of 3. Section, American Chemical Society:
Professor Herbert Freundlich, Assistant Director of the Kaiser Wilhelm
Institute in Berlin, will lecture before this section on Friday, May 15, at 8
P. M. in the Chemistry Amphitheatre.
His subject will be "The State of Aggregation and Form of Colloidal
Particles."
All who are interested are cordially invited.
P. F. Weatherili.
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 SUBSQRIPTION FEE in the Treasurer's office the same time the
Diploma Fee is paid. Wilferd B. Shaw.
Canmp Davis:
Students who plan going to CampDavis this year will meet in the West
Physics Laboratory at 5 P. M., Monday, May 18th, to elect one or two
officers and to obtain information relative to enrollment, transportation,
and other matters of general interest. C. T. Johnston.

I To Students of Engineering, lMlehianics .:
A demonstration of synchronous vibration and critical speeds will be
given on Friday May 15, at 4:30 P. M. back of Room 438 West Engineer-
ing Building for those who were unable to attend earlier demonstrations.
iR. T. Liddicoat.
Clhcnllstry 13:
There will be no meeting of Chemistry 36 on Saturday morning, May
16. 1). il. Lichty.
'ihitical Science 32, Americau Government:1
Make-up for quiz papers will be held Saturday, May 16, at 9 A. M.,
Room 1025 Angell Hall. E. S. Brown.
Depair ment of Rhetoric and Journalism:
There will be a dinner and staff meeting of the Department of Rhetoric
and Journalism at the Michigan Union, Friday, May 15th, at 6:30 P. M.
Wahldo Abbot.
I Summer Camp in Geology and Geography:
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
I 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 be 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.
Everyone attending the camp must 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. 1. Ehlers, Director.
To Members of the University of Michigan Band:
The Band will assemble at the Band headquarters tonight at 6:45 pre-
paratory to moving off at seven o'clock to take part in the annual Cap
Night activities, capes to be included in the uniform. All members are re-
quested to be present at this formation in order that a definite insignia may
be decided upon for the sweaters. For the benefit of the members of the
Band the following formations are scheduled prior to the examination
period:
May 15. Cap Night celebration-Assembly 6:45 P. M.
May 16. Baseball Game-Assembly 1:45 P. M.
May 19. Lantern Night Festivity-Assembly to be announced.
May 20. Weekly Concert-Assembly 7:00 P. M.
May 21. Annual Band Banquet-Assembly 6:00.
May 24. Masonic Ascension Day Services-Assembly to be announced.
May 27. Weekly Concert-Assembly 6:45 P. M.
May 30. Short Memorial Exercises at the Campus Flag Pole-Assem-
bly 12:00 Noon.
Robert V. Halsey, Student Mgr.
Central League Debate Try-Outs:
All University men that are expecting to try out for the Intercollegiate
Debating Class on Saturday, May 16th, must meet in Room 302 Mason Hall
promptly at 8:45 on that date. At this time, the speakers will draw lots
for speaking order and only those present at this time will be considered.
__G. E. Densmore.

,J. A. Barskyv.

Students Interested in Summer Work:
A representative of the Fuller Brush Company will be in Room 308
Michigan Union Saturday, May 16th, from 8 to 12 to interview students in-
terested in summer work. J. A. Bursle.
{Michigan Dames: ~
There will be an installation of officers, followed by a banquet on May
19, at the Church of Christ at 6 P. M. All present and former Dames wish-
ing to attend call Dial 5028 for reservations before May 18.
Mrs. Joseph Sweep('y
Vice-President of Michigan Dames.

umni Memorial hall.
2:00--Wo men try ont for interelivg -
ate debating class in room 302, Ma-
son hall.
Dorothy Shay, '27, was elected g'n-
eral chairman of the Student I'ague
ce the Matinee Musicale for the year
1925-26 at the last meetin- of the er-
ganization.
Photographs of W. A. A. and dane-
ing class members are for sle in l>ar-
boor gymnasium. Th prices vary ac-
c ordinlg to the size of the picture,;frto m

and froni 1:30 to 5:00 P. lM. He wishes to interview those interested in sec- cf modern paintings from the Car-
retarial or social service positions in Detroit. negie institute of Pittsburgh, in Al-

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SWHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
tbe left in the box at the Daily office
provided for tiat purpose before 4
o'clock preceeding the day of issue.
FRIDAY
10:00-5:00--Vocational director of the
Detroit Business university inter-
views seniors interested in secretar-
ial or social service positions, in
room 2, University hall.
1:304:00 - International exhibition
of modern paintings from the Car-
negie institute of Pittsburgh, in Al-1
umni Memorial hall.
3:30-All-campus outdoor track meet
at Ferry field.
4;15--George Packard of the Chicago'
bar delivers the annual Law school
address in room C, Law building,
6:30-Department of rhetoric and
journalism holds dinner and staff
meeting at the Union.
7:00-Craftsmen's installation of offic-
ers is held in the Masonic Temple.
7:15--Students form in line for march
to Sleepy hollow.
8:00-Prof. Herbert Freundlich of the
Kaiser Wilhelm institute in Berlin
speaks on "The State of Aggregation
and Form of Colloidal Particles," in
the Chemistry amphitheater.
9:00--Students' dance at Harris hall.
9:30-Free movie at 11111 auditoriuma.
SATURDAY
9:04-Men try out for intercollegiate
debating class in room 302, Mason
hall.
9:30-Interfraternity outdoor track
meet at Ferry field.

I :00-New and old directors of the ,5 to 60 cents.
Cosmopolitan club ho( informal i
dinner at the Union.
1:30-5:30 - International exiiib t'o Read th

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Michigan-Ohio Debate League Try-Outs!:
j uThese try-outs for University women will not be held on the date pre-
viously advertised, but will be postponed until Wednesday, May 20th, at
4:00 P. M. All University women interested in trying out for the Inter-
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