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Publication In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the university. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until j
8:30 p. m,. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).i
Volume Vi SUNDAY> MAY 9, 19A Number 163

Ulnrerity Committee Oil Discipline:
By action of the University Committee on Discipline, Clarence R. Bar-
row, '26, or VfanNuys, California, George W. Smith, '26, of Courland, Cali-
'fornia,, and Edward G. Ansted, '27, of Connerville, Indiana, have been ex-
pelled from the University for long continued conduct of a nature clearly
detrimental to the welfare of the student body and to the best interests of
the University of Michigan as a whole.
William'A. Frayer, Chairmnan.
"Z'nxit reguar meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday,
May 10, at 4:15 P. M. in the President's ofice.
F. E. Robbins.
University Lecture:
Dr. A. W. Hull, of the Research Laboratory of the General Electric Com-
,pany, will deliver a lecture on the subject "The Relation of Vauum Tubes
to Engineering" Thursday, May 15, at 8 P. M. in the Natural Science Audi-
torium. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Lniiersity Senate:
Th fourtli regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1925-
19i26will b %'eld in Room C, Law Building, on Monday, May 17, at 8:00 P. M.
AWGr-of Business:
1,,fin ual Report of the Board in. Control of Student Publications.
21.. Memorial to Professor A. C. Klocksiem.
3. l Ietion of Secretary.'
4. General Discussion of the 'Ternm of Appointment of AssociatPro-
fesso ru John W. Bradsha",
Secretary of the Senate.
Ants, Arbor Art Association:,
There will be an exhibition of paintings of American artists selected
fromi 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 5:00 P. M., starting
Sunday, May 9th. It will be of general interest, and free to members, to
studehts of the University, and pupils of the schools.
Warren P. Lombard, President.
Res~ervation ,of class IRooms:
The supply of class rooms in the buildings occupied by the College of
Literature, Science, and the Arts is falling below the demand for them, espe-
cially'in the morning hours. The various Departments are requested (1) to
avoid the addition of morning classes, whenever possible; and (2) to report
their progratni for next year to my office at once, in order that the room
schedule may be completed.
W. R. Humpreys, Ast. Dean.
Faciuly,: Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Tuesday,
May i1, at 4:15 P. M., In Room 411 West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Scretar.
Alumna e Luncheon:
All Michigan women and all others interested in the League building
are invted to attend a luncheon to be given at the Lantern Shop on Tues-
day, May 11th, at 1:00 o'clock. The amount of the pledge to be taken by
Aniz.Arboir will be decided at this time. Call Mrs. Hugh Keeler, Dial 2-1286,
or. the.I Lantern Shop for reservations..
Mrs. J. 0. Schlotterbeck, Chairman of Ann Arbor Group.
Teaces Certificates:
Planks for the payment of the Teacher's Certificate fee may now be se-
cured at the offieg of the School of Education. All students who expect t
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
Friday, May 21st, at 4 P. M.
Gretchen Kug, 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 21t, 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.
Applications for Admission to Independent Reading Course in Economics:
A ;Committee of the Economics "Department is now interviewing juniors
who wish to apply for admission to the new Independent Reading course
(Economics 200) next fall. The small group accepted will register for six
hours" credit each semester (or less, if the individual desires) ; and mem-
bers will be given a large measure of freedom in setting as well as in carry-
inF fui their own tasks.
In purpose and methods, this arrangement, whch was inaugurated last
fall, Is rather similar to "honors" courses which are given In numerous
other coleges, and in our own English Department; moreover these methods
have been employed in European universities for a long time,-sometimes
with all students, but often, as in the current American experiments, with
the limited number of students whose interests and capacities are most evi-
dent to the faculty. Thus, in Economics 200, general high scholarship and
several previous courses in economics and other social sciences are very
desirable qualifications, but other factors are also taken into account. The
group meets not oftener than weekly, sometimes with faculty members

present, often not. At each meeting,,a member presents a review or original
study, andlimutual suggestions and criticisms will be exchanged. A small
list .of economic classics is supplied_ at the beginning, and members are
given stack privileges to all the relevant book collections: from this common
basis the individual proceeds to read and write In hie own way, on whatever
social-economic subjects interest. him, developing, it is hoped, some all-
around acquaintance with this department. of scienlce. The only require-
sment exacted of all members Is a written report at the cend of each semester
on the larger tasks undertaken, thethoda pursued, and Apparent achievement.
Juniors interested should consult a member of the faculty committee in
charge, viz., Professors Day, Shartnan, Goodrich, and Dickinson.
Edmund E. Day.
Off Campus Practice Testching:
Typewritten reports of the praciiceO teaching done off campus during the
spring; vacation period are due. The "ial limit for these reports is May 14.
C. 0. Davis.
Psychology 81:
To those who are substituting the w~vork in group tests for a thesis: For
the -remaining tests itis necessary to divide the class: into sections. Please
select one of the following sections before Monday 1 o'clock and indicate

this choice on blanks provided ,for, the purpose


1, Monday and Wednesday 1 P. lti.
2, Monday and Wednesday 2 P. M.
3, Monday and Wednesday 3 P. M.
4, Monday and W'kednPsay 4 P. M.
5, Tuesday and Thursday'I P. M.
6, Tuesday and Thuraday 2 P. M4.
7, Tuesday and ThursdAy 3 P. M.
8, Tuesday and 'Thursday 4 P. M4.
9, Wednesday and Friday 1 v. M.
10, Wednesday and Friday' 2 P.. M.
11, Wednesday and Piday, 3 P. M.
12, Wednesday and Friday 4 P. M.

At the psychology bulletin
bulletin board.
11I#Wrd B. Mayberry.
Room MPG4 N. S. Bldg. in-
JHowa R. Maylierry.

thoven) Miss Graham; The Rose M-ath Charmed the Nightingale (Rin -ky
Kiorsakow), When Mother Sings (James Clokey), Ah! Love, but a Day (Gil-
bert) Miss Brown; En Troika (Tschaikovsky) Sonetto, 123 Del Petraica
(Liszt), La Jongleuse (Moszkowski) Revolutionary Etude (Chopin) Miss
Graham. Charles A. Sink.
.E. E. 7 Laboratory:
It has become necessary to transfer the Tuesday night group to Friday
night, May 14. Any men whio cannot make this change will please see me
at once. ll. S. 11111.
Students in Labor Classes:
Dr. Lillian 13. Gilbreth, motion study expert and leader in the scientific
management movement, will meet the class in Industrial Government at 9
o'clock Monday morning in Room 104 Econom~ics Building. Members of
other labor classes are cordially invited to attend.
Carter Goodrich.
IPhysics Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P. M4., Tuesday, May 11, in
Room 1041, New Physics Building. Mr. G. W. Fox will speak on "The Band
Spectra of Carbon Monoxide." All interested are cordially invited to attend.
W. F. Colby.
Matthematical Club:
Regular meeting will be held in Room 3201 Angell Hall, Tuesday, May.
11, at 8 P. M. Mr. Kazarinoff will present, "On Adams' Method for the
corialyinvited to attend the meetings of the Club.
IV .Denton.
JeihStudent Association:
M.Hootkins of the University faculty will address the Jewish Student
AssciaionSunday at the Jewish Community Center, 539 N. Division
1 Street at 4 P. M. Rath Gassmnan, Sec'Y.
Men's Educational Club:
T. E. Johnson, Sup't. of Public Inastruction, is scheduled to speak
Monday night, May 10, at 7 o'clock, R aom 306, Michigan Union, at the last
meeting of the Club for the year. Ele -ztion of Officers. Important meeting
and all are cordially invited. Ralph Vain Hoesen, President.
{To the President of Fraterniites-House Clubs:
On Tuesday, May 11, another meeting of fraternity alumni, similar to
the one held in.Janifary, will take place at the Michigan Union. The presi-
dent of each fraternity and house club is cordially invited to be present at
the dinner which takes place at 6:30 P. 1M. and the meeting at 7:30 P. M.
If unable to attend the dinner, the alumni representatives, urge that you be
present at the meeting. J .Briy

President Cla rcnce Cook Little, who
was elected to full membership int the
society, will give the principal a&l
dres 3. While phis subject has not yet
been announced, it is expected that lie
1 will discuss somec topic related to re-
search work.
Pr'of. Edwvard M. Bragg of the naval
arel:itecture department will give the
address of welcome to the initiates.
Irving Warlnolts,D S C-
77 07 N. Uniersity Ave. Phone 11212
Odd Shape Watch crystals.

The room numbers will' be indicated on the
Psychology 10..' (Xelntaj Me"'"Oueiftt
This class will meet Monday evening at 7 IW
stead of the regular' Tuesday eveuing matting.

Psychology 31:
Those taking the personality. testa will sign their names by, Monday
noon on the Psychology bulletin board for a menital test to be given at any
of the following hours: Monday--,. 2, 3, or 4 P. M.; Tuesday-i or 2 P. M.;
Wednesday-i1, 2, 3, or 4 P. M.; Thursday-i or 2 P. M. The 'room will be
announced on the bulletin board.' The entire personality experiment must
be finished this week.
Henry F. Adams.
Sociology 132:
The students going by bus to. Eloise on Monday afternoon will meet at
Room 101 Economics Building at 1 o'clock. Students are asked to bring the
exact fare ($1.40) with them at that time. 4 evexral places are being saved
for students who were absent from the lecture. on Wednesday. The bus
Iwill leave Eloise returning In timd to arrive in Ann Arbor at. 5:30.
A. If. Hayes.
Students' Recital:
Lucile Grahamw, pianist, assisted by Susan Brovrn, contralto, will give
I the following program in the School of Music Auditorium Monday evening,
May 10, at 8:00:{
Prelude and Fugue in C sharp major (Bach), Pathetique ;sonata (Bee-
-Discarded Suits,-
Overcoats and Shaes 5_
SHighe-t Cash Price Paid ;g
I-Claude BrownI Ga
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11 EstAknn Phone6

Shubert Lafayette
Detroit's Newest Downtown
Theatre--Onse Block fronm
Limited Engagement
of the
With the Same Brilliant Cast
That Charmed,, Detroit Audi-
ences for Fifteen Weeks Earlier
This Season:
Company 139, Male Chorus. 50
Girl Chorus 25, Orchestra 25'
The Critics say: "Nothing Like
It in This Day and Age."
Bargain Matinee Thursday
Best Seats, $2
Evening, 50c to $3
Sat. Mat., 50c to $2.50
'Phone for Tickets : Cadillac 8705

IMay 11--Swing-out ceremonies.
j May 12-Senior sing, on the Li-
brary steps.
I May 19-Senior sing, on the Li-
brary steps.
Ij May 21-Senior ball, at the
II Union.
S June il-Class dlay; Senior ban-
quet in the evening.
IIJune 12-Senior re ce p t ion;
Alumni day.
{June 13-Baccalaureate address.
June 14-=Commencement cer e-

Sigma Xi, national honorary society
for thie promotion of research in both
pure and applied "sciences, will hold
its initiation banquet at 6:15 o'clock
tomorrow at the Union. At that time
ceremonies will be held for the 23 who
were elected to full membership, the
10 who wcre advanced from associate
to full membership,, and the 29 who
[.were elected to associate membership.


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