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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the ]3ulletin Is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by th~ Ai~sistant to the President until
3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. in. Saturdays).
Volume VI FRiDAY, APRIL 9, 19~6 Niuii~er 145
Coinini~sions In U. S. Marine Corps:
A commuiXication from the Commandant of the U. S. Marine Corps, Ma-
jor, General John A. Lejeune, states that a limited number of vacancies in
the grade of Second Lieutenant, U. S. M. C., will be filled by the appointment
of 1936 College and University graduates who may apply for appointment,
have the necessary character attributes, and shall have completed the pre-
scribed military course in college. A physical examination is required, but
the University diploma will be accepted as evidence of educational qualifica-
tions. No definite quota has been assigned to this or any University. Ap-
plications are to be endorsed by the Professor of Military Science and Tact-
ics and the President.
Students who wish to apply for commissions in the Marine Corps should
consult Major Reinold Melberg, Professor of Military Science and Tactics,
in whose hands application forms and circulars of information have been
placed, and who has been asked to receive applications on behalf of the
University.
C. C. Liltie.
To die Senate Council:
The regular meeting of the Senate Council ~vhich would fall on April
32 comes during the spring recess and in accordance with the practice of
recent years is therefore omitted
F. E. Robbins.
lntereoUegl&te Current Events Contest:
The New York Times has instituted an annual Intercollegiate Current
Events Contest which will be conducted under the following conditions:
~, The competing institutions are, Harvard University, Yhle Univer-
~ity, Columbia University, the University of Virginia, the United State Mili-
ta.ry Ac~emy, the United States Naval Academy, Princeton lJniversity, the
Univer~It~ of Pennsylvania, Cornell University, the University of Michigan,
the University of Chicago.
3. The New York Times will provide for the award of a gold medal
aud a cash prize of $250 to the winner of a preliminary contest to be con-
dUcted In each institution, and an additional prize of $500 to the winner of
the Intercollegiate contest.
3. All undergraduate students in residence who have not completed
more than four years in a 'college or university beyond preparatory or high
school are eligible.
4. The contest for 1926 at the University of Michigan will be held Sat-
urday, May 1. It will consist of an examination over events In the news
from October 1, 1925 to May 1, 1926. The hours will be from 9 to 12. There
will be a large number of factual questions to be very briefly answered and
a small number of questions to test the competitors' grasp of the signifi-
cance of selected events of outstanding importance. Competitors are re-
quested to register with any member of the local committee not later than
Thursday, April 29. The examination room will be announced later.
~. The intercollegiate contest, in which the winner of the collegiate
contest will represent Michigan, will be held Saturday, May 15.
C. Any member of the Michigan committee will be glad to consult with
i.ny student who wishes further information concerning the contest.
Preston W. Slosson
Robert T. Lansdale
Johii L. Brumni
John V. Van Sickle
Waldo N. Abbot
J. II. Hayden
Committee.
Min..ArIn~r Art Association:
There will be an exhibition of the paintings of Sviatoslav Roerich, in
the West Gallery of Alumni MemorialHall, Sunday, April 11 to Sunday, April
35, inclusive, 1:30 to 5:00 P. M. week days, and 2:00 to 5:00 P. M. Sundays.
Thee to members, students of University, and pupils of schools.
Warren P. Lombard, Pres.
School of Education Assembly:
Dr. Henry Suzallo, President of the University of Washington, will
address the Assembly of the School of Education on Wednesday, April 21,
at 4-o'clock, University High School Auditorium.
A. S. Wiijimicy.
N'o student in the College of Engineering will be allowed by the 1-Tours
Committee to drop any subject without record after Friday, April 9.
1. R. Running
F. R. Finch
0. IV. Boston
Hours Committee College of Fnginec'ring.
Students iii the College of Dental Surgery:
- ~xauuinations for the removal of conditions received in Physics 35 and
in Physics 36 will be held in Room 202, Old Physics Laboratory, Saturday
morning, April 24, beginning at 9 o'clock.
ID. L. Ric ii.

Radio Is Used In Cave Of Winds
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Georgc W. Mille~ (bit) and John Pfo~t Maniton Cob " 000 feet un-
der tile stnace in the Cave of the ~Xinds Coboiado ~ondei listen to a pro-
gram bioadcast from Chicago and find no static interfeience apparent.
The test was arranged by Joseph Freed, radio engineer. Now it is plan-
ned to perform a wedding in the famed "bridal chamber" of the cave,
with radio supplying the music.
University Club:
There will be a rifle match on the R. 0. T. C. Rifle Range in the R. 0. T.
C. Building on WQdnesday evening, April 14th, at 7:30. All members of the
Univcrsity Club are invited to attend. A fee of 50 cents per person will be
collected to cover the cost of ammunition and refreshments. Prizes will be
awarded for high scores.
A. D. Moore, House Comiunillee. -
ID 100:
I will not meet my class in the Teaching of General Science this week.
Francis 1). CurtIs.
TOKIO.-Baron Nobussige ilozumi I SEVILLE.-The Alfonso XIII canal,
president of the Privy council, died I connecting Seville with the sea, was
yesterday of pneumonia. 1-le has been! opened Tuesday by King Alfonso. The
a member of the Privy council since canal will permit large ships to enter
1916 and was elected president last the port of Seville regardless of tidal
year. I conditions.

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Don't put up with floors that
are shabby- don't discard
furniture just because it's
scratched and worn. You
can make all woodwork

P~yclmology 1128:
There will be a lecture Friday, April 9th.

Psychology 168:
The mid-semester examination will be held today. Do not bring blue-
books aa they will be furnished. Your Graham's receipts must also be
tu~rnei.l in today.
ii. B. Mayberry.
Naval Areii.Iteeture and Marhmme Engineering:
Sevrn~al requests for men, from Shipbuilding Concerns and also tYoni
MarIne ~Journals, have been received recently. Those interested will l)leaso
see Professor Sadler or Professor Bragg.
lierheri C. Sadler.

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Phi Delta Kappa:
There-will be a meeting of Phi Delta Kappa
day noon. All niembers are urged to be present.

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