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April 28, 1926 - Image 8

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PuiblIcation in the B~ulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
1:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays).
Volume Vi WEI)NESI)AY, APRIL 2t5, 1926 Number 153
Sensior ,Engineers :
Orers will be taken for graduation invitations and announcements
at a desk in front of the West Engineering Library the first part of next
week. Further information will be given out in class meeting tomorrow.
1I',1. Arnold, Cha~irlman.
Arcbiteeture 2A:
Course in Shades and Shadows will lbegin Wednesday, April 28, at 1:00
P. M', Roomn 411. Secure plates for the course in Room 420 before reporting
to class, Rl. M athiews.
Fr.jslnn Engineers :
D7ean Effinger wvll address the regular freshman assenib~ly in Rtoomi 348
at I1 o'clock this morning.
C. 0. Wi'sier.
Senior tits :
Seniors may order invitations and1 announcentsnU and pay dues
'tednesday afternoon from 2 to 4 in the Alumni Memorial Hall.
Janes -Newton, Chirmatn.
Mr. Robert S. Archer of the Rtesearch Bureau of the Aluminum Com-
pany, of America will speak on "Recent Advances in the Hardening of
Metals," Thursday evening, April 29, !at 7 :30 P. M. in Room 1042 East Eng.
Pulling. All interested are welcome.
W. P. Wood.
To All Students :
$tu dents desiring counsel concerning their life work, or personal prob-
Ile1s w .ich they may be having, may consult with the Vocational Counsel
Committee any afternoon this week at Lane Hall between 4 and 6 P. M.
ConrĀ§ltations lead to appointments with professional men, faculty advisors,
and -upperclassmen.
311. A. Wenger, Chairman.
Senir Literary Studentis:
Oin Wednesday, April 28th, at 4:15 P. M. in Natural Science Auditori-
un-there will be a class meeting for elections to the unfilled class offices as
wvell as Mock elections.
Harry U. iMesser, President.

The Amundsen Dirigible

LOCAL EVENTS NorsteTiet hn
For notices not otherwise mentioned in N w I h i et Thny
j The Daily. Items will be published on -j'
two successive days only. Copy must_
be submitted to the Local Eventsabo tDeoatn
Edto y;PwW.bo tDe oatn
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There will be a Congregational sup- a full line of w'all paper, varnishes and ;.
per at the Presbyterian church at 6 . Dupont Paints.
CT _N ItA L F. J Knfight
IPolonia Literary circle 1i i., New Stor-2 17 East Washington
7:30 o'clock in Lane hall. '-
_ _-_ _ 'Estimates Furnished on Your -Decorating.
Kfrasne To Speak
In StateCots
P1hilip N. Krasne, '27, will represent
Michigan in the state eliminations of
the national oratory contest on the
constitution of the United States to be F
held Thursday in the auditorium of
the College of the City of Detroit.
IKrasne won first honors in, the camn-
I pus preliminaries held here three l ekIa o
Let The Daily sell it for you thiru ..
the Classified columns.-'Ad *. 4

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Phi Beta Kiappa :
E The annual business meeting of the Alpha Chapter in Michigan, Phi
Beta Kappa, for the election of members and the transaction of other busi-
mess5, will be held Wednesday. April 28, at 4 P. M. in Room 205 Mason Hall.
All members of the society in Ann Arbor are requested to attend.
H. L. Caverly, Secretary.
Graduate E ducationi Club:
The Graduate Education Club will meet at 7:00 P. M. Monday, May 3,
Room 102 U. H1. S, Mr., McCluskey will present a study of reading.
M. Ellis
C D. Pullen.
Woumen's Ed ucational Club:
Open meeting of the Women's Educational Club on Wednesday, April
28, at 8 P. M. at Newberry Hall. All members are expected to be there.
All women interested in education are cordially invited.
Dorothy Kilefer, Pres.
Sigma Gamima Epsilon :
This organization will meet at noon today in the Union for luncheon
and business meeting.
Robert IT. Iarpiuski.

University of AfIichilgan Band:
Regular rehearsal tonight 7 :15. Very important.

(xorilou PJaicker.

Twilight Organ Recital:
Palmer Christian, University Organist, will give the following program
In -Hill 'Auditorium Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock:
Fantasie on "Twrgwyn" (Morgan) ; Cantabile (Flagg); Chinoiserie
(Swvinn) ; Finale Act II "Madame Butterfly" (Puccini); Allegro vivace
:$ynphony V (Widor) ; Minuet (Bocherini) ; Cavatina (Raff) ; Overture to
"Rienzi" (Wagner).. Charles A. Sink.
Concet by Gradulating Class:
The following program, to which the public is cordially invited, will be
giv en' in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday evening at 8: 00 o'clock by members
of the Graduating Class of the University School of Music, assisted by the
University Symphony Orchestra, S. P. Lockwood, conductor:
Overture to "Cosi fan tutte" (Mozart), Piano Concerto in G minor
(Saint-Saens), Alice Manderbach; Ariia "Mon coeur's ouvre a ta voice"
(Saint-Saen's) Hope Dauer; Piano Concerto in E minor (first movement)
(Chopin)"Saine Mouhidden; Violin Concerto, G minor (Bruch) Gertrude
i-iedrich; Piano Concerto D minor (first movement) Marguerite Shattuck;
Piano Concerto, 'D minor (Rubinstein) Elizabeth Davies.
Charles A. Sink.
Y;culty 'Women's Club:
The Nursery Section of the Faculty 'Women's Club will holq its annual
meeting Thursday, April 29, at 2:15 P. M. at the club house.
Maybellc I1. Whitney, Chiaiirmianm.


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",he Goose Bangs High" Play Produ~ctioni Series:
Tonight promptly at 8:00 o'clock the classes in
present Lewis Beach's three-act comedy "The Goose
versity Hall. Admission will be charged.

Play Produaction will
Hangs HNigh" in Uni-
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Guy Woolfolk & c Company
336 South State


Players Club Tryons :
Tryouts for membership in the Players Club will, be hield on Thursday
afternoon in Newberry Auditorium from 3: 00 to 5 :00 o'clock. All studlent~s
interested in dramatics of any kind and who are eligible for campus activi-
ties should, report at this time.
Forrest Iheaitl, Vic-Pres.
$enior Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. , 1. L. Tucker, representing the Babcock-Wilcox Boiler Company,
will be in Room 221 West: Engineering Building, Wednesday, Atnril 28th, for
,the pcurpose of interviewing those interested in positions with this Company.
It. C. Anderson.
World Cruise:
There will be a luncheon for the students interested in the world cruise,
Thursday noon, at the Michigan Union.
Lionel Crocker.
Forestry 32:o
The make-up for the midsemiester examination will be given Thursday,
April'29,'at 1:00 P. M. Report at Room F319, Natural Science Building. V
IL. J. Youing.




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