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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
$;30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Vlute VI SUN DAY, MAY 2, 1926 Number 17
The next regular meeting of the c enate Council will be held Monday,
mSay 10, at 4:15 P. M. in the President's offlee.
F. E. Robbins.
Sir Frederiek Whyte, until recently President of the Legislative Assem-
bly -of India, will give three University Lectures, as follows:
(1) "England's Outlook: Political and Industrial"
(2) "The Political Awakening of Asia"
(3) Nationalism and British Rule in India"
The lectures will be given, in the above order, on Tuesday, Wednesday,
and Friday, May 4, 5, and 7, at 4:15 P. M. in the Natural Science Auditorium
Please note that this list of subjects represents a change of previous an-
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robis.
Action of the Administrative Board:
By action of the Administrative Board of the College of Literature,
Seience, and the Arts, Mr. Raymond Read has been suspended for the rest
of It, pyresent semester because of 'dishonesty in al examination in Eg-
li h'40.JW. 1R. Huinphreys.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and he r:
The May meeting of the Literary Faculty will be held on Monday, May
24t% 1' Itboom 2225, Angell Hall, at 4:10 P. M. Special topic for discussion:
Ppftt revision of the combined Literary-Medical course.
" - Johni R. Effinger.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Monday, I-
May 3, at 4:15 P. M., in Room 411 West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Sigma Xi Lecture:I
Dr.nCarl Guthe will deliver an illustrated lecture on the University of
Michigan Philippine Expedition, Wednesday, May 5, at 8 P. M., in the Natu-
ral cience Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
E. M. Bragg, Pres. i
Trasikpollation Lectures: o
The two final lectures of Professor Worley's course on Transportation,.
the subject being the Development and Control of American Railroads, will i
be.given in Room 311 Engineering Building on Monday, May 3rd, and Tues-IU
day, May 4th, at 11 A. M. Lectures illustrated. A
All, senior Civil Engineering classes at this hour will be dismissed andn
attepdailce of Civil Engineering seniors is requested at the lectures. Other A
Civil Engineering students desiring to attend should arrange with the As- s
sistant Dean for the necessary excuse from classes. All who are interested
in transportatipn will be welcome. p
1. E. Riggs. t
The mental tests for those who are taking the personality experiment c
will begiven in Room 210 Pharmocology Building Tuesday afternoon, May t
4, at. 1, 2, and 3 o'clock. All must come at one of these hours to obtain w
cr4Ait. - Henry F. Adams.- j
Junior Research Club: Is
'The meeting Tuesday, May 4, at 7:30 P. M. in Room 162 N. S. will consist U
of the8 following papers:
1. "Variations in Surface Tension" by E. R. Washburn.
2. Y-Ray Spectra" by J. M. Cork.
B. A. Soule, Sec'y.
The Physics Colloquium will meat at 4:15 P. M., Tuesday, May 4, in
Room 1041, New Physics Building. Dr. D. W. Bronk of the Department of
Physiology will speak on "The Electrical Properties of Glands." All inter-j
ested are cordially invited to attend.,
W. F. Colby
Graduate Education Club:
'Themeeting of the club announced for Monday, May 3, is postponed to
Wedesday, May 5. It will be held in Room 102 U. H. S. at 7:00 P. M. Mr.
McCluskey will speak. All interested are cordially invited.
eering research department, will pre-
FACIIJY JillDISUSSsent a committee report on the sub-
sub- ject which has been investigated dur-
Y1ing the present academic year by a
U Usis 111.811faculty group. This report will be
-- the final one of four prepared by four
Consideration will be given to grad- I faculty subcommittees under the gen-
uates from the engineering college, eral chairmanship of Prof. J. R. Ne-!
their posjtions in industry, and the son, of the engineering English de-
relation of their work to engineering partment. In general, these studies I
collegecurricula, at a meeting of the have been based on conclusions found 11
engineering college faculty which will by the society for the promotion of L
lie held at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow in engineering education, during a two !-
room 411 of the West Engineering year investigation in order to get from'
building. them all that might prove suggestive
As a basis for the general discus- and constructive for the betterment of
sion, Prof. A. E. White, of the engin- the engineering college.
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Porch Off Union
Refreshments were served on the
upper veranda of the Union off the
ballroom, at the regular dance last
night. Furniture will be placed on
the porch for use at dances the re-
mainder of the school year.
"Books for the College Man and Wo-
man" is a booklet about to be issued
by the rhetoric department as an ans-
wer to the question, "What shall I
read?" The book is to be put on sale
at a bookstore to be announced later.
All freshmen will be required to have
copies, and others taking rhetoric will
be advised to buy them.
YOU10THFUL OFFICIALS TO
BE GUESTS AT LUNCHEON
Boys and girls who are occupying
the positions of city officials Tuesday,
which has been called citizenship day
on the Boys' and Girls' week program
starting yesterday, will be entertained
by members of the Chamber of Com-
merce at a luncheon. -
Each city official will turn his work'
and duties over to a student for the1
day, who will assume active charge
and responsibility for it. Reports on
their activities, together with person-
al criticisms of it, will be given by
each of the young officials at the
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
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