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DAILY OFFICIAL' BULLETIN
Pu. blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until1
3:30 P.,in. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
16olme .T1 WEJJNESI)AY, APRIL 7, 19.011 Nmnber 113
Facult, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
Midsemestr report cards are now being distributed through the Dean's
messenger service. Instructors are requested to report, if possible, before
t ke Sprinig vacation. The latest date on which reports can be taken into
accout is Wednesday, April 21st. IV. l Ilt.mpreys.
liublic Lecture:
Samuel Dickie, Ph.D., professor of New Testament at the 'University of
Oicago, will lecture at 4:15 on Wednesday, April 7th, in Natural Science
auditorium. His topic will~be "Jesus' Program and why it was rejected."
.The lecture will be given under thc auspices of the School of Religion
SThe public is cordially invited.
Leroy Watermlan.
V0 00.11an Engineers:
m ean Bursley will address the regular Freshman Assembly in Room 348
at 11, o'clock this morning.
B~e sure and get your mentor reports beforc vacation.
C. t). lislr.
Mid-semester reports for all students in the College of Engineering
shoe grade in any course is below C, are now on file and open to inspec-
(tion by those concerned, in the office of the assistant dean, Room 255 West
ipgineering Building.
Geo. W. Patterson, Assistat Dean.
,eke-up examination for those who missed the, midsemster examina-
ti nWll be given on Thursday, April , from 2 until 3 o'clock in Room 2,
Angell Hall. K. C. lfc.)urry.
lillbspiy 38-L ogc:
llamination' Wednesday at nine. Those whose names begin with let-
ters k to L inclusive report to the regular lecture room, 205 Mason. M to Z
i clu.aive report to 1025 Angel for the examination.
Garder Williams.
aw School Case Clubs:
Trhe' final contest and distribution of prizes will be held this afternoon
(Wedniesdlay, April 7) at 4 o'clock in the Lounge of the Lawyers' Club. All
Whe ar'e interested are cordially invited.
Ricard Ford, Senior Ad i er.
Uniersity of Michigan Band:
* Drll today in Waterman Gym 5-5:45 P. Mv. without instrunens. Rol
call'at 5:05.°
Regular rehearsal tonight. Roll call 7:15.
G ordon TPcker.
Choral Uion Ushers:
* in order to check up for the May Festival Concert Series etarting May
19th, it is requested that all Regulars and Extra members report at their
piac of assignment by 7:15 P. M., tonight at Hill Auditorium.
Also, all new men who were taken on since January 1st, will be given
an assignmnent for the Festival Concerts by reporting to Dr. Pierce niot later
W. A. Davenport,
;° -AsW' Supt. Building andGrounds Department.
Iopa eB~aulr Recital Posponed:
On account of indisposition the graduation recital of Hope Baer an-
nunel for Thursday evening has been postponed until after the spring
acatioi. Carles A. Sink.
*t. 0laf LUtheran Choir Concert:
'fhe~ St. Olaf Lutheran Choir under the baton of F. Melius Christiansn
will EIve a program of choral music in the Extra Concert Series in Hill
AUdtori, Wednesday, April 7th, at 8:00 o'clock as follows:
Sing Ye to the Lord (J. S. Bach, 1685-1750) ; Misericordias Domini
(Athem for two choirs) (Francesco Durante, 1684-1755) ; Benedictus qui
x~et (From Missa Choralis) (Franz Liszt) ; Put up the Swrd (F. M.
hritanen); Yea, Tho Through Death's Gloomy Vale (Anthem for six
Voices). (G Schumann) ; Come, Guest Divine (Anthem for eight voices) (.
Sciumanni); From Heaven Above (A Christmas song for six parts) (Schu-
mann,1539); Whence, Then, Cometh Wisdom? (Motet for eight voices) (.
Schreck); 0 Sacred Head (H. L. H-assler, 1613) ; Deck Thyself, My Soul,
With Gladness, (Johan Cruger, 1649); In Heaven Above (Solo for tenor)
(Norwegia~n Folk Melody) ; Praise to the Lord (Choral anthem for double
choruts) .(Peter Sohren).
Charles A. Sink.

Palmer Christian, University Organist, will plresent the following p'ro-
gramn in Ilill Auditorium, Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock:
Piece Hleroique (Franck:) ; Spring' Song (Hlollins); Prelude (Debussy);
Chiristus Ressurexit (Ravenello) ; Andante expressio (FElgar) ; Scherzo
(Dickinson) ; Evening Bells and Cradle Sung (MacFarlane) ; Marche Alili-
taire, No. 1 (Schubert).j
j ~ Carles A. ASi{il.
Valswo ri y's "911C kinShine" Tonight Only:
The public presentation of John Ga.lsworthy's "The Skin (Gamne" will be
given tonight only in University Hall at 8 o'clock. The usual admission
will be charged. This is the next program in the Play Production series.
R. D. T. Hlollister.
Business Opport unit ies for Graduates:
Several business openings are listed with the Students Employment
Bureau. All interested please call at Room 2, University Hall.
i J. A. Bursley.
STo Seniiors:
Mr. Van Dusen and Mr. Forshee, of the S. S. Kresge Company, will be
in Roomn 302, Michigan Union all day today, April 7, to interview students
who expect to graduate in Juno, and who are looking for business oppor-
tunities. J. A. Bursley.
ISenior M'echanicah and Electrical Engineers:
11r. M. J. Maliers, representing the Chicago Central Station Institute
will be in Room 221, West Engineering Building, April 7th for the purpose
of interviewing those interested in positions with this Company.
The Central Station Institute is a training school for the Commonwealth
IEdison Company, Federal Electric Comp4.niy, Illinois Northern Utilities Co.,
Middle West Utilities Company, and the Public Service Company of North-
ern Illinois.
]I. C. Anderson.
Senior Electricals:
Mr. F. R. Fishback, President of. the Electric Controller & Mfg. Coin-
pany, Cleveland, Ohio, will be in Room 274 West Engineering Building
Wednesday, April 7, for the purpose of interviewing any men interested in
employment with his company.
Joseph H. Cannion.
Wtallace E. Campbell will be in Rtoom 319, Michigan Union, Thursday
8 'P. M. to interview students interested in Summer sales work with the
Fuller Brush Co.
It. A. Keel er.
1li SigIa:
An important meeting .to be held tonight in Room Z-242 N. S. at 7 :3:0
I P. Mv. All active members should plan to attend.
C. Francis Byers, Sec.

tra, Carletoni Coon andl Joe 'Sanders,l
the original Kansas City Night ilawk.
will play for the annual senior social
afifair'. The orchestra will come here!
I(ijrectly fmn a long engagement at
the Hotel Conigross, Chicago. NVhil(I
p~laying there t lie organization wast
heard nightly from station KYAV over!
the radIio, and they are also well-#
! known thrnough their mnany Victor ree-
ords.
WVASHINGTON.-A brief in support
of the motion of the western states to
disissi the application of western
railroads for increased freight rates,
was filed today with the interstate
commerce conumission. l
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LOCAL EVENTS
I For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by s P. M.
Wednesda yI
jProf-Aubrey Tlealdi, of the land-
scape design department, will address
professional students in landscape de-
sgn at 8 o'clock tonight in room 404,
South Wing.
*The noun-stown-Michigan club will
eet at 7:320 o'clock tonight in roomn
*14, union.
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BIDS FOR SENIOR BALI
READY AFTER VACTION!
Applications for tickets to the Sen-
ior ball, which will be held May 21
in the Union ball room, will b~e ready
for distribution the week followingy
spring vacation,. it was announced by
the committee yesterday. Preference
Iwill be given, in accepting the app~li-
cations, to those who are full-fledged
members of the class and who have
paid their class dues. The tickets
Lare $5.
Led by the founders of the orches-
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Theatre
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