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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Aesistant to the President until
;,:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Valute VI TUSDAY, APRIL .0, 1926. Number 106
:° otumissions in . S. Marine Corps:
A communication from the Commandant of the U. S. Marine Corps, Ma-
9or 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 1926 College and University graduates who may apply for appointment,
ave te necessary character attributes, and shall have completed the pre-
;crbed military course in college. A physical examination is required, but
the University diploma will be accepted as evidence of educational qualifica-
tiOng. 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
C. C. Little.
Professor Charles Manning Child, Professor of Zoology in the.University
of Chicago, will deliver a University Lecture on the subject, "The Organism
ad Environment in the Light of Physiology," Friday, April 23, at 8 P. M.,
In the Auditorium of the Natural Science Building. The public is cordially
invited. F. E. Robbins.
Professor Alfred North Whitehead, Sc.D., F.R.S., of Trinity College, Cam-
bridge .University, and Lecturer in Harvard University, the distinguished
inatetnatcian and philosopher, will deliver a University Lecture on the
subject,."The Ether of Events," in Room C, Law Building, at 4:15 P. M.,
Wednsday, April 21. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Notice to All Seniors:
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 21. In case the Faculty
doe not recommend any payor, the fee will be refunded on surrender of re-
ceipt for payment.. The above applies also to fees for all special certificates.
Candidates for degrees or certificates should at once fill our card at office
of theSecretary of their College or School, pay the Treasurer of the Univer-
sity and have cards receipted, and file indicated section of this receipted
card with the Secretary of their College or School. Do not delay till e last
moment, but attend to this matter at once.
the Treasurer's Office will be closed each Saturday afternoon.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
F"ectty of She College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The regular April meeting of the faculty will be held as already an--
nounced by mail Tuesday, April 20, in Room 2226 Angell Hall at 4:10 P. M.
John R. Effinger.
1iereoegiate Current Events Contest:
The ew York Times has instituted an annual Intercollegiate Current
11#6nta Contest which will be conducted under the following conditions:
1.!The competing institutions are, Harvard University, Yale Uiver-
alt, Columbia University, the University of Virginia, the United State Mii-
tary Academy,the United States Naval Academy, Princeton University, the
University of Pennsylvania, Cornell University, the University of Michigan,
th1University of Chicago.
2. The New York Times will provide for the award of a gold medal
and a cash prize of $250 to the winner of a prelimin-ary contest to be con-
du ted In each institution, and an additional prize of $500 to the winner of
th 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
shhol are eligible.
4. The contest for 1926 at the University of Michigan will be held Sat-
iirday. May 1. It will consist of an examination over events in the news
froi n.Gctober 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 brifly answered and
a s4all number of questions to test the competitors' grasp of the signifi-
capce.'of selected events of outstanding importance. Competitors are re-
quested to register with any member of the local committee not later than
Thurd.ay, April 29. The examination room will be announced later.
6a+ The intercollegiate contest, in which the winner of the collegiate
cntest will represent Michigan, will be held Saturday, May 15.
6. Any nember of the Michigan committee will be glad to consult with
any student who wishes further information concerning the contest.
Preston W. Slosson
Robert T. Lansdale
John L. Brunun
JohnT V. Van Sickle
laldo M. Abbot
J. R. Hayden
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Instructors are reminded that the latest date on which mnidsemcster re-
ports can be taken into account is Wednesday, April 21st.
W. R. Humphreys.
1aral Arelitecture and Marine Engineering:
Several requests for men, from Shipbuilding Concerns and also from
Marin Journals, have been received recently. Those interested will please
see Professor Sadler or Professor Bragg.
Herbert C. Sadler.
Dotlleul Journal Club:
The Botanical Journal Club will meet in Room B173 on Tuesday, April
20, at 7:30 P. M. Tidestrom's flora of Utah and Nevada will be reviewed by
J. H. Ehlers; Wilson's monograph on oriental lilies by E. W. Erlanson and
and account of recent experiments on the effect of electricity upon plant
growth by P. Q. Roche. All interested are invited to attend.
E. W. Erlanson, Secretary.
Combined Curricula :
Today is the last lay on which applications for admission to the com-
bined curricula, Letters and Medicine, Letters and Daw, Letters and liusi-
ness Administration, and Letters and Dentistry will be accepted. Applica-
tions may be obtained at the Recorder's office, Room 4, University hall,
until 5:00 o'clock. Florence' )ohr, Recorder.
The annual Memorial Meeting of the Research Club will be held
Wednesday, April 21, at 8 P. M. in Room 2528, New Medical Building. This
room is at the north end of the second floor and may be reached most con-
veniently by the East University entrance to the building. A paper by Pro-
fessor Walter F. Colby will commemorate the discovery of Ohm's Law in
1826, and one by Professor William H. Hobbs the birth of James Hutton
in 1726. The members of the Women's Research Club and of the Junior
Research Club are cordially invited to attend this meeting. The Council
will meet at 7:30. J.1. . Hayden, Secretary.
Alpha _Nu :
Alpha Nu debating society will hold its regular weekly meeting tonight,
April 20, at 7:45, in the chapter room on the fourth floor of Angell hall. The
question for debate is, Resolved, "That the Michigan Union has failed in
the purpose for which it was founded." Visitors are welcome.
Robt. E. Mimnnich, Pres.
There will be an important rehearsal of the Reserve Band in Morris
Hall on Tuesday evening, April 20th, at 7:15. Every member is expected to
be present. C'lyde R. Flora.
Journal Club, hEygiene rnd Public Health:
Dr. l3uina Ventura Jiminez will address the Journal Club today. Ile
will speak on, "Public Health in Porto Rico." J. Sundwall.
Prof. William S. Cooper of the University of Minnesota will deliver a
lecture on Wednesday, April 21, at 4:15 P. M. in the Natural Science audi-
toriun on the subject "The O(a,er National Monument, Its Scenic and
Scientific Features." The lecture will' be illustrated by slides and moving
Professor Cooper will also deliver a lecture at 8 P. M., April 21, in
Natural Science Auditorium on the subject "Eight Days on the Desert." The
lecture wil1 be illustrated with colored slides and moving pictures. The
public is cordially invited. F. E. Robbins.
Registrar Ira M. Smith has returned
to the city following a three-day visit
to Minneapolis where ui erapresented
the University at the annual conven-
tion of the American Association of
Collegite Registrars in session in
that city from April 13 to 15 inclusive.
The convention was attended by 155j
registrars, representing 152 institu-
tions in 37 states, and Canada.
A paper, on "Methods of Transfer-
ring Credit" was presented before the
convention by Registrar Smith.
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ORATIONS FOR ATKINS-ON
CONTEST DUE APRIL ?4~
Orations of those wishing to com
pete in the Atkinson oratory contestl
in May must be in the hands of Prof.'
Thomas C. Trueblood, of the public
speaking department, no later, than
April, 24, was announced yesterday. .
The orations must. be no more than
1,500 words., The student who wins
first prize will receive $50 and a gold
medal. A prize of $25 will be given
to the student placing second. The
subject will be "Student Character
(Moral and Spiritual) for World Cit-
;'F our Teams Left
In Debate Series l
Comipeting for state championship:
honors, MAichigan's high school debat-
ing league teams met last Friday in
the fourth of the elimination series.
Narrowiny: the successful contestants
lown to four schools, Yale, Luding-
ton, Hudson, and Kalamazoo Central
will (debate in the fifth elimination de-
bate on April 30. Ludngton will de-
bate Kalamazoo Central at Kalama-
zoo, while Hudson will entertain the
The winners of these two debates,
will come to Ann Arbor for the final
state championship debate on May 10,
which will be held in Hill auditorium.
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