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THE MICHIGAN DATLY

SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1923

DAIILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Aesistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume 1I SATURDIAY, APRIL 24, 1921; Numiber 1,0)
The Rhodes Sciolarships:
On December 11, 1926, the State Committee for Michigan will select
from the nominees of the University and of the colleges of the State one
candidate for a Rhodes Scholarship for 1927. A scholar elected for that
year will go into residence at Oxford in October, 1927. The University is
privileged to nominate .to the State Committee not more than five and se-
lection of at least three will be made some time in June by the University
Commitee. Applications should be in my hands not later than Saturday,
May 15. Information and conference may be obtained at the office of the
Graduate School.
Alfred If. Lloyd,
Chairman, University Rhodes Scholarship Committee.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
There is an exhibition of the paintings of Sviatoslav Roerich in the West
Gallery of Alumni Memorial Hall, open week days 1:30 to 5:00 P. M., and
Sunday 2:00 to 5:00 P. M. The last day of the exhibition will be Sunday,
AprIl 25th. It is free to members of the Association, to students of the Uni-
versity, and to pupils of the schools.
Warren P. Lombard, Pres.
Interfraternity Council:
The final meeting of the year will be held Monday, April 26, Room 302
Union at 4:30 P. M. Mr. Harry S. Warner, international education secretary
Intercollegiate Prohibition Association, will give a short talk followed by a
discussion.;
Jackson Stith.
Psychology 102 (Mental Measurement):
There will be a special session of this class Saturday, 9 A. AT., (today)
in 162 Natural Science Building.
UI. I. Mayberry.
Philosophy 38, Logic:
The make-up for those excusably absent from the mid-semester exami-
nation will be held on Tuesday, April 27, at 5:00 P. M. in 205 Mason.
Gardner Wlioa!.
Philosophy 31:
The make-up for those excusably absent from the mid-semester exami-
nation will be held on Tuesday, April 27, at 5:00 P. M. in 205 Mason.
Gardner Wi lbins.
Graduation Recital:
Gertrude Friedrich, Violinist, assisted by Hazel Corbett, Soprano, vw-ill
appear in a graduation recital Saturday evening, April 24, at 8:00 in the
School of Music Auditorium.
The following program will be given:
Chaconne, from, the Fourth Solo-Sonata (Bach) Miss Friedrich; When
Roses Bloom (Reichardt), Dedication '(Franz), O Sleep, Why Dost Thou
Leave Me? (Handel) Miss Corbett; Ballade et Polonaise, Op. 38 (Vieux-
temps), Miss Friedrich.
Accompanists: Pauline Kaiser and Marjorie Baxter.
Charles A. Sink.
League of Women Voters:
There will be a regular meeting and election of officers Monday, April
26, at 4:15 in the Athena room, fourth floor, Angell Hall.
Mary Franc;%..
"The Goose Hangs High"-Play Production Series
"The Goose Hangs .Iigh," a three-act comedy by Lewis Beach, will be
presented in University Hall on Wednesday evening, April 28 . This is the
Letters Held

final program in I he Play Production Series. Patrons are asked to note
that the play will be given but one night instead of two as originally an-
nounced. l. ). T. Hollister.
Gradue. E nglisl(b:
The Graduate English Club will meet in Room 316, Michigan Union, at
S P. M. Monday, April 26. The program will consist of a paper by Profes-
sor SaLuel Moore en Ulicer's Pardoner of Rounch ale and Four Eliza-
beDthan Songs fcr the Lute, sunkg by Miss Elsie Sweeney.
P. V. Kreider.
Me's Eruca ional ('lub :
Sup't. Keyworth of Hamtramck will speak on the subject, "Some As-
pects of Education from the Administrative Point of View," at the Michigan
Union, Room 306, Monday night, April 26, at 7 o'clock. All interested are
cordially imvited.
Rallh Van l(oesen, President.
School of Edltca RaoY
Tickets will be distributed Wednesday and Thursday, April 28-29, in
Tappan Hall from 9-12 and 1-4 o'clock for the annual spring party, to be
given April 30 in the recreation room of the University High School, Juniors
and Seniors who have paid class dues will be given tickets. Graduate stu-
dents and others taking work in the school can obtain tickets for one dollar.
Marian Branch, Chairman of the Social Committee.

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TO GIVE LECTURE HERE
Prof. Joel H. Hildebrand, chemist,
of the University of California, will
discuss some phase of physical chem-
istry in a University lecture schedul-
edl for May 19. Professor Hildebrand.
studied at the University of Pennsyl-
vania and the University of Berlin, and
for several years was connected with
the chemistry department of the for-
iner institution, later joining the staff
of the same department in California.
He is known throughout the nation
as an authority on original research
in chemistry, a field in which he is
said to have distinguished himself
during the war.
IGLESTO HOLD ANNUL
AL-MEDIC SMOKER MaY 4
Spansored by Galens, honorary jun-
ior medical society, the annual all-
medic smoker will be held Tuesday,
May 4, in the Mimes theater, it was
announced yesterday. The affair will
begin at 7 o'clock with a skit, "As We
See It."
Speeches by prominent members of
the faculty of the Medical schok and
students will be given following the
play. Entertainment in the form of
acts and music is also on the pro-
gram.
BERLIN-- The only compensation
Otto Klein and Max Kramer have re-
ceived for breaking the fasting record
is a meal of oatmeal, crackers and
coffee.
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified colmuns.-Adv.

Notice Corrected
Senior invitations and announce-
mrents, which will be on sale Moniday
md Tuesday of next week, are priced.
at 10 and 50 cents respectively, and
not as errorneously announced in yes-
terday's Daily. Cash for the total
number desired must accompany the
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