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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

INDAY. 'MAY 1,12

DALYOFIIA L BULL ETIN,
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the UiniVersity. Copy received b) the Assistant to the Priwent until
836 p. mn. (11:30 a. m. Saturdai';
Volume SUNDAY, MAY 17, 19125 Number 169

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classes i Oral Interpretation. Those interested are invited to attend.
i's Education(Chit:
The last meeting of the Men's Edlucation Club wvill be heldI IMonday.
may 18, in Room 306, Union, at 7:30 P. M. Professor P. B. Samson of
Michigan State Normal College will speak. His topic will be: '"Boy Scout
Work as an Educational Activity." All members of the club are urged to
be present. Hlermn l:' . Beck..
Tewporary C'ommiittee on International -1en's House:
Members of this committee are asked to be p~resent at "11 important
meeting to be held in Room 206 Union B'uilding, Monday, .May 18 a~t 4:4

Champaign, Ill., May 15.-One thoue- Bloomington, May 16.--Twelve air-
sand freshmen burned their caps at a plicatio ns for Ph.D. and 50 for A. M.r3
celebration that ended in a mud battle degrees, the largest list ever approv-
on the cavalry paddock. -1.~u- -

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I ed y the grad uate counicil. were i c ;
ommiended to the faculty of the. Uni-
v-ersity of Indiana last week.

RUi"AD THE, 'LA(l.SSf111ED ADuS,

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'To the Deans:
There will be a Conference of the Deans on Wednesday, May 20, 1925.
Alfred Ii. Lloyd.
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 IV. Bradshuaw, Secretary of the Senate.
Freshman Pageant:
There will be a complete rehearsal of the Freshman Pageant, Monday,
May 18, at 5:00, at Palmer Field.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
Ann Arbor Association :
International Exhibition of modern paintings, from the Carnegie In-
stitute of Pittsburgh, Alumni Memorial Hall, afternoons 1:30-5:00, except
Sunday 2:00-5:00; Thursday evenings 7:30-9:30: May 5th to May 24th.
Free to members, students of University, pupils of Schools.
Warren P Lombard, President.
Book Binding for Faculty 3Menibers:
The Printing, and Binding Department is in a position to do a limited
amount of binding for faculty members before June 30, 1925, in accordance
'with. Regents' Proceedings of February 1919.
W. C. Hollands, Superintendent.
Education C60:
Make-up examinations for both eight and nine o'clock sessions will be
held Monday evening. May 18, Room 400, University High School, as fol-
lows: Make-up for test on intelligence tests at 7:00 P. M. Make-up for
analysis of tests at 8:00 P. M. ... .... .... ......... L. Clarke.
New Independent Reading Course in Economics (Economics 200):
Applications are now being received from juniors for admission to the
new course of Independent Reading in Economics which is to be inaug-
urated next fall. This course, somewhat like the Honors Course now given
In the English Department, is designed to develop more initiative and self
direction in the. students enrolled, as well as better coordination of all their
individaul interests. The ten or twelve members of the group will be re-
leased from regular class attendance to the extent of the credit hours they
are'seeking in, the 'Independent Reading Course (normally six hours each
semester), so that they may visit classes of their own choosing and may
read more largely according to their own judgment. The individual work
of, the students in' the course will be supplemented by conferences with
economics instructors and by group discussions among members of the
course,,Occasionally papers will be required.
Juniors who are interested may seciire further information by inquir-
ing at the office of the Secretary of the Economics Department, or by con-
sulting with members of the committee in charge: Professors Day, Sharf-
man, Dickinson, and Goodrich. This, committee will! interview all appli-
cants individually before the personnel of the. course is decided. High.
scholarship and previous work in the social sciences will be important
considerations, but all available evidence as to the candidates' interest
and capacity will be reviewed. Edmund E. Day.
Reports on Field Trips inl Glacial Geology ( Geol. 12) :
As. I shall be, absent from the city after May 23 it is important that re-
ports on field trips be in my hands by May 20. They may be left in Room
130 G, Natoral Science Building,. or at mny residence at 1724 S. University
Avenue. F'rank Leverett.
P~rogrumn of Sternberg Medal, Presentation Exercises:
The formal presentation of the Sternberg Medal in Hygiene and Pub-
lic Health will be made at a 'meeting of Junior and Senior medical stu-
dents Wednesday, May 20, at 4:15, WVest Amphitheatre of the Medical
Building.
The program is as follows:
Address:a "The Interests and Activities of the United States Public
Health. Service," by Dr. C. C Pierce, Senior Surgeon, U. S. P.H.S., and
Director. of Interstate Sanitary District No. 3.
Presentation of Sternberg Medal to Mr. George Kiper, Jr., by Dean

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iWHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column m~ust
be left in the box at the Da~1y office
provided for 'niat purpose before 4
I o'clock preceedin t te day of issue. !{
SUNDAY
y:00--Holy Communion at St. Andlrew's
Episcopal church.
9:00-tudet Volunteers meet aut Ar-
boretum.
9:30-Cliureli school at St. Anidrew's
Episcopal church.
10 :30-Dr. Nettinga of Hope Scinin-1
ary speaks to Reformed and Christ-'
ian Reformed students at Lane hall.
11 :0-Iorning prayer and sermion by
thle Rev. Henry Lewis at St. And-
rew's Episcopal church.
12:00-Howard Y. -.1ctlusky's class for
students meets at the Presbyterian
church.
1::0-Professor Watermzani and Mr.
Chapman lead student classes at the
Baptist Guild house.
12:00-Student Bible classes meet in
Wesley hall.
3:00--Paul Massernian speaks to Tirio.
dustan club on the "Hebrew Uni-
vriyof Jerusalem," at Lane hail.
fElection of officers will follow the
83:00-Infoinal discussion group for
Reformed students with Dr. Nettin-
3:0-Mhiies maeets at the Mimes tihe-
ater. Election of officers.
4:00--Congregational canoe conifer-
once: "Memories of a Year of Fel-
lowship." Meet at the church and
biring own supper.
4 ~:00--Episcopal student hike anup. il)
per. Meet at Harris hall.
4:00-Lutheran Student club mecets at
the 'Parish hall, 309 East Washing-!
ton street, and will go over the river
for lunch and an outdoor meeting.
4 :30-Uztrltui students meet at the
church for picnic meeting up the riv-
er.
4:4-E. Y. P. A. pienic. Meet at the
church,
4:30-Soclal ]hour at ti16 Presbyterian
church.
1 :30-Baptist guild studenit friendship
hour at the Guild house.
5: --"ocal half-houratWse
{hail
16:0-=11esleyan- guild, led by earl
Sawyer,, neets in Wesley hall.
I :;39-Discussion on h"What Qualities
Should a Christian Expect of a Pro-
8pective Lifemate," led by H.I. U
McClusky at the Presbyterian church.
' (:30-1Bgptist guild devotionals led by
1111s Tavares.
S:00-M ]otion picture service at the
{Congregational church: "Wonders
ofte Srea." Clara Lau, '25, is the
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The last monthly luncheon of the staff of the East Engineering Build-
ing will be' held Tuesday noon, May 19. Alfred H. White.
Choral Union U$Jtprs for May Yesthal:
All Ch1oral Uunion ushers who cannot attend the May Festival from
May 20th to May 23rd inclusive, are requested to notify their Floor Heads
as follows:
Tjjckets an4d check rooms. Mr. Watts-Phone 9815.
Main floor, Mr. Kessler-Phone 3790.
First BalIcony, Mr., Waterman-Phone 21217.
Second Balcony, Mr.. Foster;--.Phone 3256.
Specials and. Extras, Dr. Pierce-Phone 21672.
Written application for substitutes will he received up to Tuesday
evening, May 19th.
11. A. Davenport. 1'34 So. Main St., City.

the 'Scutchecon," given in Univer-
sity hall.
1 :30.5 :30 --- In~ternational exhlbitionl
of modern paintings from the Car-
negie institute of Pittsburgh, in Al-
umni Memorial hall.
3i:00-Classical Journal cl ub mecets Inj
room 2014, Angell hall.
4:10-Sen. WillIam LX Borahi speaks
in. Dill auditorium.
4:15-Faculty of time School of >fdum-
mation meets at the office of the
6chool, Tappan hall.
( x:00---Students planning to go to
Camp Davis meet in the west Phys-
ics laboratory to elect officers.
5:00l-Complete rehearsal of Fresh-
man Pageant at Palmer field.
:3*-M11en's Education club mmeets in
room 306, Union.
I 5:00-Unversity Senate meets fit
room C, Law building.

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Concerts
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COURSE TICKETS
On Sale up to May 1 1th
$5, $5.50, $6, $7
If festival coupon from Choral Union
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Lecture Course Ushers:
The lust, lecture of the year occurs -Monday afternoon, May 18.
be in your, places at 3:45 P. M1. Wear your badge. If you have
send somie one in your place.. Richiard

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a class
Ford.

Attention °Mimies:
There will" be an important meeting and election of officers Sunday.
May 17th,' at the Mimes theatre at 3 P. M.
W. A. Mac - ay, Secy.
Appilieants for Business Manager of Qratorical Association:
The Oratorical Association will 'appoint a business nmanager on salary
for next year. All- applicants for this p)osition should apply in person on
Monday, May 18, at 7:15 P. M., Room 3209 Angell Hall. Applicants must
be eligible for student activities. it.hD. T. Hollister.
To(t tie memnber's of "LA Sociedad Iispanica":
The election of officers for next year will be continued on Tuesday,
M~ay 19, in the Romance Language faculty room, South Wing, University
Hlall, from 2 .to 4 o'clock. George Mazabel.

DEAD THE CLASSIFIED ADlS,
'SUMMER DAILY TRYOUTS
The Summer Michigan Daily
4 offers students who expect to
attend Summer School all of the
Iadvantages and e xp er ie nc e
which are found in The Mich-
igan Daily, and also the oppor-
tunity for faster advancement.
Both the editorial and business
Istaffs will add a few men and
Iwomen during the next few
: weeks. 'Persons interested are
urged to see Thai or Mansfield,
Ion the editorial side, any after-
noon from 2 to 5 o'clock, or
IConlin, on the business side,
Iany afternoon from 4 to 5:30
Io'clock. These men may be
Ifound at. The Daily officts in
the Press building on Maynard
street.

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