PeG 31k!?THE MICH-IGAN DAILY_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
DAILY OFFICIAL BL L ETI N
Publication in the Bulletin is costructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Asistant to the President until
3:W p. m:. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume VI SITURIAY, .1LAY , 19w% Number 12
The next regular meeting of the Senate Council will b held Monday,
Mbay 10, at 4:15 P. M. in the President's office.
F. E. Robbins.
Exective Board, Graduate School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
on Monday, May 10, at :00 P. M.
A. 11. Lloyd..,
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Arctitectre:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Tuesday,
May 11, at 4:15 P. M., in Rloom 411 West EAnginerlng..Building.
Louis A'lopkn, Secretary.
Rouse Parties and House Dances:
The following organizations have been given permission to hold parties,
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
J. A. lursey.
Abu Arbor Art Association:
there will be an exhibition of paintings of American artists selected
from the annual exhibition of the Art Institute of Chicago, in Alumni Me-
morial Hall, week days 1:30 to 5:00, and Sundays 2:00 to 600 P. M., starting
Sunday, May 9th. It will be of general interest, and free to members, to
students of the University, and pupils of the schools.
Warren P. Lombard, President.
French 2 at 1:00-M. Wadsworth :
Trench 2 at 1:00 o'clock of Mr. Wadsworth will meet in Room 302 South
Wing, instead of 100 South Wing, beginning Monday.
James I. Wadsworth.
Due to the inability of sopohomores to be present it is necessary to
potponie the make-up in the likeness difference group test scheduled for
0'A. )J. today, to Monday at 7 P. M. in 162 N. S. Bldg.
It. IN. Mayberry.
No ice of Fied Trip in Geology12:
the clnss will assemble at the Natural Science Building at 8:15 A. M.
Satur'day, May 8, for field mapping in the north and west parts of the city.
- Frank Leverett.
Rtegistrati for Summer 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.
M1imeographed 'circular, giving essential information regarding assem-
bly of field parties, personal equipment, supplies for courses, mail and ship-
mpnt of baggage, may be obtained trom the Director or Instructors in the
courses. G. M. Ehers, Director.
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
class as follows:.
University Women will *try out Saturday, May 15, at 8.30 A. M. in Room
302, Mason Hal.
University Men will try out Saturday, May 22, at 8: 30 A. M, in Room
202, Mason Hall.
Contestants must assemble promptly at the appointed time so that the
speaking rder may be determined.
The tryouts Will consist of a five-minute talk on either side of the fo-
lowing debate qubstion:
"Resolved: That Federal Ownership of Our Coal Mines would be a wie
. G. E. Denmore.
M. S, 24 and 2:
Due to the Spring Gaines the field work selieduled for M. S. courses 24
and 26 Saturday morning, May 8th, will be postponed until Saturday, ,May
1th W. C. Louisell.
Faeulty Concert In Honor of Mothers' Day:
The following program will be given in Hill Auditorium Sunday after-
noon at 4:15 o'clock by Palmer Christian, organist, Maude Okkelberg, pian-
ist, Ora Larthard, violoncellisat, Samuel P. Lockwood, violinst, and a selected
Marche Slave (Tschaikovsky), At the Convent (Borodin) Mr. Christian;
Trio (Arensky) Mrs. Okkelberg, Miss Larthard, Mr. Lockwood; Glorious
Forever (Rachmaninoff),' 0 Praise Ye God (Tscbhaikovsky), Bless the Lord,
0 'my Soul' (Ippolitof-lvanof), Glory be to God on High (Ippolitof-Ivanof).
Charles A. Sink.
the last regular meeting of the year. Miss Forucrook will speak upon the
subject, "The Woman Before the Court."
Theodora 1elson, See.
T[. lE. Johnson,. Sup't. of Public Instruction, is scheduled to speak
Monday night, May 10, at 7 o'clock, Room 306, Michigan Union, at the last j
meeting of the Club £01, the year. Election or Officers. Important meetingj
and all are cordially invited. Ralph Van Hoesemi, President.
The next meeting of the Club will be held Monday evening, May 10, atj
7:30 in Room 304 of the Michigan Union. Professor K. C. McMurray will
speak on "The Relation of Geography to Conservation."
L. L. Siarfnia~n.
Jewish (Student Association:
Mr. Hootkins of the University faculty will address the Jewish Student
Association Sunday at the Jewish Community Center, 539 N. Division
Street at 4 P. M. Ruth Gassnman, Seely.
League of Women Voters:
There will be an impottant meeting ,Monday night at 8:,30, Helen New-
berry residence. Every membe'r and those interested are requested to attend.
Dorothy (line, President.
University of Michigan Band:
Vorma;tion at Morris 1a11 2 P. M..today for track meet.
Formation at Morris Hll 7 P. .M. today for a Mothers' Day Concert in
front of Library.
Meet today at 9 A. M. to play for the glass games.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR
Men's Used Clothing
or nay other ARTICLE OF VALUE
STUIDENT TAILOR SHOP
Phone 8040 ('or, N. Univ. & Thayer
For All Makcs of Care.
TIRES FOR SALE.
j JUNK CARS GOO HT
-KESSLER BROS., Canal Street
Terrace Garden Dancing
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Adult class. every
Monday and Friday, 8
Free dancing until
10 p. M.
Private, modern and
classical lessons daily.
ANN ARBOR HILLS
Has passed the experimental stage. Water
mains are being laid in the streets. The build-
ing of good roads is far advanced. Electric
service is being extended. Beautiful homes
are going up, and a Homes Association is
organized' and active. Abundant means for
entertainment and recreation are at hand, so
that ;these protected homesites of unusual area
and rare beauty afford an ideal setting for
Call 9304 for further information.
L. D. CARR and C. J. TREMMEL
17 Ann Arbor Savings Bank Building
Open 10 a. mn. to 10 p. in.
rertli Arcade Phone 83281
One Day Service
De rrill1 Pratt
3,32 South State St.
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The Daily. Item~s will be publlhed ons
two successive dlays ony. Corpy' MWO
be "submitted to the Local 9*"g
Editor by a P. M. I
Members of the Interguild will
leave the several churches at 3 o'-
clock for a steak roast and field dlay,
which. will be held at the fair grounds.1
The Episcopal Students' club will go
on a hike this afternoon at 3 o'clock,
leaving from Harris hall at State and
Mrs;'Bulerwill lead thc fireside
chat on "Parents and Children of To- i
day" of the Congregational. Student
fellowship at 6:30 o'clock. Supper
will be served at 5:15 o'clock..
loy er Praises
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Mr. I.-oyer expressed. the opinion
that lie has made a. find in one of the
new tiryouts, 'Who may be able to 'fill1
the role of .leading woman in the ev-
ent that, Daniel Warner, '27, who playv-
edl the principal feminine part in
"Tambourine," dloes not return to the
opera next year. He was highly en-
thusiastic over the discovery, re-
miarking that the student in question
leas unlimited possibilities for out-
atanding work next year.
The 21st annual opera will be a
modern show in two acts with a dis-
tinct college atmosphere.
AT THE THEATERS
Arcade-"Wings of Gold," with
Majestie-"The Girl from Mont-
martre," with Barbara La
Wuerth-"The Sea Beast," with
John. Barrymore and Dolores
Garrick (Detroit)- "Tarnish,"
by Garrick Stock with. Ann
Harding and Rollo Peters.
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Plato and 100 Cards, $3.00 and up
100 Cards from your Plate, $1.78
Donstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"The Squaw Man," with Wil-
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Keith Vaudeville Feature-}
THE LAUGH OF EUROPE
"The House Builders"
Late Feature of the: Ziegiield Follies
Other Features Include Comedy, News, Etc.
Sunday-ADQLP'HE- M ENJOU in "A SOCIAL CELEBRITY"
Women's 'Research Club:
The regular meeting of the University Women's Research Club will
held on Monday evening, May 17, instead of .Monday, May 10. This will