THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1926
DAILY OFFICIA L BU.LETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by tba Aesistant to the President until
9:30 p.: m, (11:80 a. m. Saturdays).'
volume V1 FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1926 Number 161
freshmen and Sophomores, Spring Games:
In accordance with custom and with the consent of their respective
Deans, Freshmen and Solihomores in the Colleges of Literature, Science, and
the Arts, Engineering and Architecture, and, and Pharmacy are excusea
from classes from 3:00 P. M. Friday, May 7, until 12 o'clock noon, Satur-
day, May 8, to allow them to participate in the spring games.
C .C. Little.
Sir Frederick Whyte, until recently President. of the Legislative Assem-
bly of India, will deliver a' lecture Friday, May 7, at 4:15 P. M. in the Natu-
ral Science Auditorium on the subject "Nationalism and British Rule in
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Attention of Householders:
Householders having rooms for rent to boys for May 10, 1926, please
list rooms with Mr. Densmore's office-Telephone University 112M. -
G. E. Densmore.
Householders having rooms for rent during May Festival (May 19-22nd)
please list rooms at once with the Office of the Dean of Students, Room 2,
Uhiversity H611. Telephone-Dial 6115.
J. A. Bursley.
Notece to All Seniors;
Fels for diplomas or certificates of any sort at Commencement 1926 are
payable now. After 4 P. M. Friday, May 21, no more payments will be ac-
cepted. .Under no circumstances can those whose fees are not paid by the
above date graduate in June.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
House Parties and House Dances:
The following organizations have been given permission to hold parties,
Friday, May 7th:
Phi Sigma Delta
Pi Lambda Phi (Closed)
Tau Delta Phi
Tau Epsilon Phi
The Architectural Society (Barbour Gymnasium)
* Phi Beta.Pi (Closed)
Phi Sigma Kappa (Closed)
Senior Nurses of the University Hospital (Formal)
Theta Kappa Psi (Michigan Union)
J. A. Bursley.
University Men will try out Saturday, May 22, at 8:30 A. M. in Room
302, Mason Hall.
Contestants must assemble promptly at the appointed time so that the
speaking order may be determined.
The tryouts will consist of a five-minute talk on either side of the fol-
lowing debate question:
"Resolved: That Federal Ownership of Our Coal Mines would be a wise
liii. .24 and 26t
Due to the Spring Games the field work scheduled for M. S. courses 24
and 26 Saturday morning, May 8th, will be postponed until Saturday, May
15th. W. C. Louisell.
Blanks for the payment of the Teacher's Certificate fee may now be se-
cured at the office of the School of Education. All students who expect to
be recommended for the Teacher's Certificate in June must pay their fees
and return their receipts to the Recorder, School of Education, on or before
jFriday, May 21st, at 4 P. M.
1 . Gretchen Krug*, Recorder.
Seniors-School of Education:
All Diploma and Teacher's Certificate fees must have been paid and the
receipts returned to the Recorder, School of Education, on or before Friday,
May 21st, at 4 P. M., if candidates expect to be recommended for degrees in
Blanks for this purpose should be secured at the office of the School of
Education. Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
Notice of Field Trip in (geology 128:
The class will assemble at the Natural Science Building at 8:15 A. M.
Saturday, May 8, for field mapping in the north and west parts of the city.
Registration for Suimmer Field Courses in Geology and Geography:
Students planning to take the field courses in geology and geography,
given during the Summer Session at Mill Springs, Kentucky, should regis-
ter as soon as possible at the Registrar's Office.
In view of the fact that applications for the courses have reached the
limit, immediate registration and payment of tuition of $40.00 is necessary
to insure admission to the courses.
Students registering in the courses should at once begin typhoid inocu-
lation at the Health Service. ,
Mimeographed circulars, giving essential information regarding assem-
bly of field parties, personal equipment, supplies for courses, mail and ship-
ment of baggage, may be obtained from the Director or instructors in the
courses. G. M. Ehlers, Director.
T wo Piano Recitpl:
Elizabeth Davies and Ethel Hauser, pupils of Guy Maier, will give the
following programn of solo and two-piano numbers in High School Auditori-
um Friday evening at 8:00 to which the public is invited:
Gavotte and Musette (Raff), Six Love Waltzes (Brahms-Maier), Danse
Macabre. (Saint-Saens) Miss Davies and Miss Hauser; Sonata in G minor
(Schumann).Miss Davies; Prelude and Fugue in B fiat minor (Bach), Etude
in A minor, Opus 25, No. 11 (Chopin) Miss Hauser; -'alse (Arensky) "Pin-
wheels" (Duvernpy), A Jazz Study (E. B. Hill), Finale (Rubinstein-Lood-
wood) Miss pavies and Miss Hauser.
Charles A. Sink.
The next meeting of, the Club will be held Monday evening, May 10, at
7:30 in Room' 304 of the Michigan Union. Professor K. C. McMurray will
speak on "The Relation of Geography to Conservation."
1. L. Sharfmai.
Phi Delta Kappa:
Noon luncheon today at the Lantern Shop. All recent initiates are
requested to be present for formal decoration.
Robert A. Houn, President.
Carry Burden For Government
In Great Britain's Strike
This photo, taken since the coal crisis in England caine to a head, shows
Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin, on left, and Col. Fox Lahe, minister of
mines, leaving one of the many futile conferences that preceded the call-
ing of the strike by mine leaders.
"If the audience came to be
shocked, it stayed to be thrilled
into tenseness and embarassed
swallows by a series of plays
which possessed more power than
anything produced in the Mimes
theatre this year.
.f ! . If
the Mimes and Mr. Shuter can
pick up this sort of cast from the
campus- they should go into the
business permanently. These men
had something that no other pro-
duction had this year; ,they had
everything that a great play gave
i them."-The Michigan Daily.
bfupe Prties -and House Dances:
The following organizations have been given permission to
Saturday, May 8th:
.PI Lambda Phi (Closed)
Phi Sigma Delta
Tau Delta Phi
Tau Epsilon Phi
Delta Zeta (Joe Parker's)
Phi Alpha Delta
Phi Mu Delta
Phi Kappa Tau
Miss Eleanor Goldsmith, of the Inter-racial Discussion Group of the
University of Chicago, will address the club Saturday, May 8, at 8 P. M. in
the Board Room of Lane Hall All members are urged to be present.
A. S. Pride.
J. A. Bursley.
Graduate students who expect to receive a degree this June should pay
the diploma fee of ten dollars before May 22. Blanks for this purpose
shotgld be secured at the office of the Graduate School.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Meeting of the Coinnlttee on Adult Education:
There will be a meeting of tb', Committee appointed by President Little
to make a study of the subject of adult education in Michigan in Mr. W. W.
Bishop's office, General Library, on Saturday, May 8, at 10:30 o'clock.
This Committee consists of the Advisory Committee on Extension Serv-
ice and In addition, Mr. W. W. Bishop, Professor T. E. Rankin, and Profes-
sor E. D. Dickinson.
IV. D. Henderson.
Tryouts for Next Semester's Intercollegiate Debate Class:
All University men and women eligible to participate in intercollegiate
activities are invited to tryout for next semester's intercollegiate debating
ilass as follows:
University Women will try out Saturday, May 15, at 8.30 A. M. in Room
302, Mason Hale.
Jean Goldkettes' orchestras of De-
troit have been engaged to play for all
Union dances beginning tomorrow,
May 8, until the 'end of the se-
mester, it was announced last night
by William L. Diener, '26, president of
the Union. Tickets for Saturday night
will. go on sale at the Union today.
Ray Gorrell and his nand of enter-
tainers, who have just completed a,
musical tour, will be the first of Gold-
kettes' orchestrks to appear in Ann
Arbor', having been engaged for Satur-
The Breeze Blowers of Detroit will
play at the Union Friday and Saturday-
of next week, while Goldkettes'I
Orange Blossoms have been engaged
for May 22 and 29. The Senior Ball
will be held at the Union May 21, and
another special orchestra will play
* SENIOR CALENDAR
May 11--S'wing-out ceremonies.
May 12-Senior sing, on the Li-
May 19--Senior sing, on the Li-
May 21-Senior ball, at the
June il-Class day; Senior ban-
quet in the evening.
June 12-Senior r e c e p t i o n;
June 13-Baccalaureate address.
June 14-Commencement cere-
monies at Ferry field.
That feeling of salisf action which
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by Scheyer Tailored 'Clothes.
Due to an advance sale which
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