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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TT'ES}4:)AY, MA1 9, 192.5

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to. all members of
the University. Copy received b the Asistant to the President until
3: 30'p. m. (11:30 a. m. Satutday+
Volume ~ TUESD)AY, :HAY 19, 19 Number 170)
To thie Deanis:
There will be a Conference of the Deans. on Wednesday, May 20, at ten
o'clock in the President's Office.
Alfred H. Lloyd.
Graduate Studleiits:
Students who have not paid the diploma fee and have not returned the
receipt to the office of the Graduate School',should (10 s0 at once.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Teachler's Certificates:
Blanks for the payment of the Teacher's Certificate fees may now be
securedI at the office of the School of Education. All students who expect
to. be recommended, for the Teacher's Certificate in June must pay their
fees and return their receipts to the Recorder, School of Education, on or
before,' Friday, May 22nd, at 4 P. M.
Gretchien K rug, Recorder.
Senilors- School of Edit u ion:,
All Diploma and Teacher's Certificate fees must have been paid and
the receipts retutned to the Recorder, School of Education, on or before
Priday May 22nd, at 4 P. M., if candidates expect to be recommended for
degrees in June. "Gretchen Krurg, Recorder.
Senior Engineers:
Ancouncements and invitations will be given out today and tomorrow
from 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. at table on second floor of Engineering Building,
over arch. Bring receipts. R. J. IMinrd.
Psychology 31:
All theses in Psychology 31 must be handed in not later than May 20.
No theses onl the topics'posted at present will be accepted after that (late.
F. L. 1inmiek.
English :3---Publice Speaking for Engineers:
The regular weekly assembly will he fheld Thursday, M~ay 21, at 7 P. M.
in Room 348 of the West Engineering B~uildinig. Chairman, B. C. Ketchumn;
Speakers: Messrs. B. D. Snider, C. B. Bredt, H. Hanford, C. M. Clemens, RI.
S. Heym, H4. Cedargreen, L. Buell, and R. F. Smith.
Rt.1L. Liiideinulder.
Edncation 1320:
Students in my eight and nine o'clock sections will find the textbooks
which are to be examined in Room 121, University High School between
8:00 A. M. and 5:00 P. M. T. L~. Piirdont.
Programi of Sternberg Medal Presenitationi Exercises:
The formal presentation of the Sternberg Medal in Hygiene and Pub-
lic 1Health will be made at a meeting of Junior and Senior, medical stu-
dents Wednesday, May 20, at 4:15, West Amphitheatre of 'the Medical
B~uilding.
The programn is as follows:
Address: "The Interests' and Activities of the United States Public
H-ealth Service," by Dr. C. C Pierce, Senior Surgeon, IT. S. I~-.S., and
Director of Interstate Sanitary District. No. 1.
Presentation of Sternberg. Medal to Mr. George Keiper, Jr., by Dean

Aerontautical Society:
There will be an important business meeting of the Aero Society Tues-
(lay, May 19, at 7:30 P. M. in Room 306 Michigan Union. All Aero studlents
are urgedl to he lpresent. 'There will be an election of officers fr next
year. {xralieni Pres.
To' 31mbors o f the l'allversity of 'MicliipuiTBand:
The unit will assembalc at Band headquarters tonight at 6:45 un i-
formed to include capes for pa; ticipation in the Lantern Night cerem~ony.
Because of the unprecedented amount of absentees at t he last two forma.-
tions it has been decided1 to withhold charms and sweaters until after
the final formation prior to the Commencement. activities andl any man
having two or more absences unexcused by the Faculty Manager will beC
(eprived of such official recognition. This act ion is t aken not to coerce
members of the unit but to recognize those men who have been really
faithful' to the organization. The following is the Band schedule prior to
the. examination periodl:
Lantern Night Ceremony, May 19-Assembly 6:45.
Weekly Concert, May 20-iAssembly (6:45.
B~and Banquet May .21-Assembly 6 :00.
Masonic Ascension Services. May 24-Assembly to be announced.
Weekly Concert, May 27-Assembly 6:45.
Memorial Day Services, May 30--Assembly 12:00 Noon.
Riobe'rt V. II al sey, Stuiident ilrgr.
Sumnrier Work for Ulndergraduates:
Positions are open for one or two unolergriaduate students at the
jNiagara Falls Power Company to guide tourists through the 1Tydraulic
Station of the Company (luring the summer months. Applicants should
be residlents of Niagara Falls, N. Y., or Ont., or should live within coin-
mouting distance of the Falls. Ft-or further particulars communicate' with
the undersigned at 91:3 East: lluron. Street, Phone 5314..
M1orris HI. Lloyd.
To the mnemnbers of "Lit Socledazd Iislpail":
The election of officers for next year will be continued on Tuesday,
IMay 19, in the Romance Language faculty room, South Wing, University
Hlfrom 2 to 4 o'clock. George Mazabel.
Not ice to 'Nemnbers of lta Sig'in1a. Rho :
There will be a meeting of Delta Sigma Rho Tuesday, May 19th, at 4
P. M, in 302 Mason hlall. At that time there will be a proposal of several
constitutional changes- recommended by the Constitutional-revision on
Co-mittee, and the annual election of officers will take pla ce. Every m~emnber
of the local chapter is urgedl to attend this meeting.
Rl. L. :Alexander, 1President.
Cerele Franeals Meeting:
There will be a special meeting of the Cerele Francais in the Cercee
Roomn, South Wing, at 4:00 P. M., Tuesday, May 19, for the purpose of
electing officers for next year. Every member is requested to be p~resent.
at th s eein . ha les IB. Cumitm ing, Pres.
In~landIer Staff:
The staff of the Inlacnder meets today, Tuiesday, the 1.91, at 3 P . M. in
Rooin 08, library. it is im~portant that all staff mnembe rs atte nil.
31 . 1.Butchazrd.

WHAT'S GOING ON
!Notices to ap~pear in this colitinn must
be 'left in the oz t the D~aily office
i provliredl for 'nat pu~rpose hefore 4
o'clock prcceling the day of issue.
10:0(1-3:00---Senior e l iiicer ;IllOoulIce-
nientja and invitations -iven out at
table on the second floor of the En-
gineering b)uilding, over the arch.
12 :00-Orrt orica 1 board intas iIl ewf
officers at luncheon in the Union.
1 :0-534)--Interntational exhibitions
of miod er paintings from the Car-<
negie inst itte of P-it tsburgh. in Al-;
umni M~emuorialI hall.
2 :00 .i :00- Elect ion of officers for La
Sociedad ii ispan ica is held in the Ro-
S nuancelnguage faculty room. SouthI
Wing.
3:40 :-S1,aff oif In lander mieets in room.
x,08. Library.
N1 4:00- -lh'lt Sigiiia Rhio meets in roomi
:302, Mason hall.
~I4:()ff---(erele Frai neciis holds ('lectiolt o1
officer's in roomn 202, South Wing.
6 :00---31 icliigain fI rtes iooll bangtet of
the ChurcUh of Chr ist.
6 :00---A n n I sluing bhintquet of the!
tpharmiacy college is held in lhe
ihamber 01- Conmme'rce inn.
I 6:45--13. 0. T. 4'. bandl pract ice is held
tat the R. 0. T. C. drill hall.
6 :-t--Vairsil y band assembles at hiead-
quarters for participation in the
Lantern Night ceremony.
7:30--U. (of I., Lake County, Indiana,
club meets in room 304, Union.
1:301-Aeronautical society meets ina
r~oom 300, Union.
j 5:40-1, antern Night ceremony is held
Iat Palmer field.
' 'WYEDNESDAYs
9:30--(Distribution of Ithe 1925 ih.
iganensian begins, in the basement
of the Library.
10:10 -Conference of thle dens is he~ldI
Iin the President's office.
10):41(-:3:00--S-enior engineer annouce-
ments and invitations given out at
table on the second floor of the Enl-
gineering building, over the arc.
4:0-W1omne~trIiyout s for tthe Mih-
igan-Ohio (debate team are held in
room 302, Mason hall.
S: 153-Stern berg Nedal presentat ion ex.
rcssare held in the west amphi-
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5 :0i--$cniors of t he s-(l of dca
tion meet in room 2013. Tn pp la ha i.
6:00--Senior el uo, hiatoqitet ait the tUn.
6:15i-- '.arsit V hatnd at s ein itle:. t liez
quarters for wveekly outdoor ('0l.,elt.
S :001-New York Slate club holds Imsi.
ness andl social meeting in I ri
hall.
Vienna, May 18.--The Sofia corres-
pondent of the AllgemeineZitn
says it is dloubltfl whet her Ithe a n
sentenced to deat h for t her Svet i'ri
Cat liedria I bomnbing willi be execuil I
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John Snndwall.

The last monthly luncheon of tho staff of the East Engineering Build-
ingg will he held Tuesday noon, May 19. Alfred H. White.
Engineerinug Stuidents:
),our attention is called to the inspection tripj notice now posted on
the A. I. lit. R. bulletin board. Mr. Henderson, of the Washtenaw Gas Co.,
has consented to allow interested engineering students to make a tour
through thle gas plant on Tuesday, May 19, beginning at 1:30 P. M..
At 3:30 P. M. the same afternoon the inspecting party will visit the
University Power Plant.
A minimum party of ten men w~ill be necessary to insure. the making
of the trip. Those intend'ing to make the tour will assemble at the bul-
letin board not later than 1:15 'P. M., or at the gas plant not later than
1:30 P. M. Fred J. Goellner, ('haiirian, A. 1. E. E.
R. .0. pC. Band:
It. 0. T. C. Bandl practice at 6:45 P. M. tonight in R. 0. T. C. Drill Hlal1.
SeWo lonEngineers:
Pay your subscriptions for the Alumnus at the table over the. arch,
this week. 1,. F. Beach.
Seniors, School of Education:
There will be a very important meeting in Room 203 Tappan Hall on
Wednesday at five o'clock' It is very urgently requested that as many as
possile attend. W. It. Stronig, President.
3 ichigani-Ohio Debtate League Try-Outs:
These try-outs for University women will not be held on the (hate pre-
viously advertised but will he postponed until Wednesday, May 20th, at
4:00 P. Al.- All University women interested in trying out for the Inter-
collegiate Debating Claras will meet in Room 302 Mason Hall on the above-
mientioned dlate and houir. G~. E. Densmtore.

spring Events
May 20-Senior Banquet and Senior
9lug.
May 2(0, 21, 22, 23~-May Festival.
MVtay }2-Senior Ball.
.1ay- 22--Fros h Sprilng Party.
May 22--Last lay for p~aymnent of di
{ploma fees.
May 23--Outdoor Interscholastic
track meet.
May 27-Japanese All-Stars vs. Mich-1
igan-baseball.E
May 28, 29-Interscholastic Tennis
tournament.
May 29-Wisconsin vs. Michigan
Strack meet.
1May 30---lowva vs. Mlehigan--base-
ball.
May 30-Wisconsin vs. Michigan---
tennis.
June 11), 11-Alumni meet in Detroit.
June 12-Ohio State vs. Michigan-!
Vaseball.'
June 12--Alumni Reunion Day.
,Junue 1)--Senior Class Day.
Paris, May 1.-Maurice Maunoury,
Eminister of colonies in the Ribot cab-
inet in 1914 andl minister of interior
un e'r Premier Poincare in 1922-23, is'
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