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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
330 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
V011e V1 SUNDAY, APRIL 25, 1926 Number 151
At the meeting of the Regents held Thursday, April 22, the -following
promotion was made in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: As-
ritat Professor Arthur S. Aiton to be Associate Professor of History.
C. C. Little.
Committee on Student Loans:
There will be a meeting of the committee on Student Loans on Monday,
ApriF 26, 1926. Students applying for loans should present themselves at
Room 2, University Hall, at the following hours:
Dental College ..............................2:00 o'clock
School of Education .......................2:10 ''
Literary College .............................2:40 "
Law School ..................................:15
Engineering and Architecture ................3:30 "
J. A. Bursley, Chairman, Committee on Student Loans.
1$. icllganensian:
Official distribution of the Michanensian begins Tuesday, April 27, in
the basement of the Main Library, at 9 o'clock. It will be continued from
; to 5 daily until completed. No books will be given out during distribution
to those not having receipts. Two weeks after distribution starts, receipts
iro valueless in accordance with contract printed on stubs.
Frederick M. Phelps, Jr., Business Manager.
University Lecture:
Dr. Philip Hitti, of the American University of Beirut, Syria, now of
Va'IgICtna University, will lecture on the subject "The Contribution of the
Syrli and Arabs to the Civilization of Western Europe" in Natural Sci-
ence Auditorium, Monday, April 26, at 8 P. M.
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Iobbins.
The Rhodes Seholarships:
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
Committee. Applications should be in my hands not later than Saturday,
May 15. Information and conference may be obtained at the office of the
Grduate School.
Alfred 11. Lloyd,
Chairman, University Rhodes Scholarship Committee.
University Lecture:
Dr. Saul Dushman, of the Research Laboratory of the General Electric
Company, will lecture on "Recent Developments in Theories of Atomic
Structure and Interpretation of Spectra" on Thursday, April 29, at 4:15
P.. M. in the Chemistry Aihphitheatre.
This lecture will be illustrated by slide and by an electrical model of
the aton, showing, by means of moving lights, the way in which the elec-
troUs revolve around the nucleus.
The public is cordially invited. F. E. Bobbins.
lntirf~ternIty Council:
The'flal meeting of theyear will be held Monday, April 26, Room 32
'Lrni~n t':30 P?. M. Mr. Harry S. Warner, international education secretary
nttercolegiate Prohibition Association, will give a short talk followed by a
discueson.
Jackson Stith.
Ve tional Lecture:
M!ifalcomnb W. Bingay, Managing Editor of the Detroit News, will be the
ninth lecturer on the series of vocational talks arranged by the Vocational
sieI Committee of the S. C. A. He will discuss various phases of Jour-
ntlI8m, in Natural Science Auditorium, 4:15 P. M.; on Friday, April 30.
A. A. Wenger, Chairman.
L1eture:
Judge William L. Huggins of New York, author of Kansas Industrial
court Act, will lecture Thursday, April 29, 4:15 P. M., in Natural Science
4Audtoru;.m Subject: The Basis for Labor's Antagonism to the Courts. The
tob e is Invited. L. A. Chase.
SRn oLiterary Students:
On Wednesday, April 28th, at 4:15 P. M. in Natural Science Aditori-
it ere will be a class meeting for elections to the unfilled class oflices as_
wvll as Mock elections.
harry C. Messer, President.
o Mt Students:
students desiring counsel concerning their life work, or personal prob-
.lem* which they may be having, may consult with the Vocational Counsel
CogmMittee any afternoon this week at Lane Hall between 4 and 6 P. M.
Conpoultations lead to appointments with professional men, faculty advisors,
a nd7 pperelassmen.

14. A. Wenger, Chairman.
Students in this and other automotive courses are invited to see five
reels .of moving pictures, of the animated drawing type, of Electrical Sys-

tems for automobiles. These films will be shown through the courtesy of
the Northeast Electric Co. in the Natural Science Auditorium, Tuesday,
April 27, at 7:30 P. A., . E. Lay.
Education D-100:
I will not meet my class in the Teaching of Junior and Senior High
School Science Monday, April 26.
F. D. Curtis.
1Psycholcgy 125 Make-up Examination:
The midsemester make-up examination will be held in Room 135, Angell
Hall, at 3 o'clock on Tuesday, April 27. Bring medical excuses.
Adelbert Ford.
Psychology 31 M3ake-up Examination:
The midsemester make-up examination will be held in Roon 1G2, Nat.
Sc. Bldg., at 1 o'clock on Monday, April 26. Bring medical excuses.
Adelbert Ford.
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 Francis.
Glee Club Rehearsal:
Rehearsal of entire University Glee Club at the University School o
Music, Monday night at 7:00 in preparation for the 1Detroit Concert.
Theodore arrison, Director.
Student leclal:
Virginia Tice, Pianist, will give the following program, to which the
public is invited, Monday evening, April 2G, at 8:00 o'clock in the School of
Music Auditorium:
Preludio and Fughetta (Bach); Sonata, Opus 10, No. 3 (Beethoven) ;
Preludes Opus 28, (Chopin), Impromptu F sharp (Chopin); Scherzo in E
m inor (Mendelssohn); Sonetto 123 del Petrarca (Liszt), Etude de Concert
in F sharp (MacDowell).
Charles A. Sink.
Physics Coll oqulum:
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P. M., Tuesday, April 27, at
Room 1041, New Physics Building. Mr. H. B. Vincent will speak on Recent
Work on Shot Effect." All interested are cordially invited to attend.
W. F. Colby.
Men's Educatioaal Club:
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. Discussion and re-
freshments follow. All interested are cordially invited.
Ralli Van Iloesen, President.
INotlce to All Sealp and Blade Men:
Important meeting this afternoon in the Union, Room 302, at 2:30. At-
tendance is urgently requested.
Bert F. Wertman.
Matliematical Club):
Regular meeting will be held in Room 3201 Angell Hall, Tuesday, April
27, at 8 P. M. Professor Running will present "Applications of the Graphical
Calculus to some Problems In Botany and Chemistry." Mr. Dostal will
present "A Note on the Application of Lucas Numbers to Electrical Line
Problems." All persons interested are invited to attend the meetings of the
Club. W. 1{. Denton.
Romance Club:
The April meeting of the Romance Club will be held at the Haunted
Tavern, 417 East Huron Street, on Tuesday, April 27, at six P. M.
E. L. Adams.
Acolytes:
Acolytes will meet in Room 106A M. H., at 8 P. M. Tuesday, April 27.
Mr. W. H. Perry will read a paper on "The. Coming Social Mind."
G. T. Vander Lgt.
Graduate English Club:
The Graduate English Club will meet in Room 316, Michigan Union, at
8 P. M. Monday, April 26. The program will consist of a paper by Profes-
sor Samuel Moore on Chaucer's Pardoner of Rounelvale and Four Eliza-
bethan Songs for the Lite, sung by Miss Elsie Sweeney.
P. T. Kreider.

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THREE NA1MED TO ASSIST
IN PLANS FOR NSTITUTE
In order to provide a working basis
for the Simpson Memorial institute, a
committee consisting of President,
Clarence Cook Little, Dean Hugh
Cabot of the Medical school, and Dr.
Harley A. Haynes, director of the
University hospital, were appointed 3
by the Board of Regents in their.
meeting Thursday night.
The Regents also accepted a gift of
a collection of medical books and
journals from Dr. L. W. Famulener of
St. Luke's hospital, New York city for
the use of the institute.
The institute was made possible'
through a gift of $400,000 in Novem-3

ber, 1924, by Mrs. Christine MacDon-1
ald Simpson in memory of her late1
husband. She provided at that time
that $150,000 was to be used for the
erection of a building for medical re-
search and the rest of the sun to be
invested in securities for salaries of
the research directors and their as-
sistants. She declared it her wish
that most of the research work should
be spent on the study of pernicious
anemia, the disease of which her hus-
band died.
It is expected that the building of
the institute will be finished soon. A
committee composed of members of
the Medical school faculty is in
charge of appointing a medical di-
rector for the institute.
LANSING. - Milton I. Carmichael,
secretary of the Republican state cell-
tral committee, was in Lansing today.

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