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TH&,MICHIGAN -DAILY.

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by tbo Assitant to the President until
8 :50 p. m. (11:30 & m i. Saturdays).
volume T1 TIIUBDAY, MAY 1s, 1926 'Number 166
University Lecture:
Dr, A. W4Et. Hull, of the Research Laboratory of the General Electric Comn-
pany, will deliver a lecture on the; spbject, "T~he Relation of Vacuum 'cubes
t6 Engineering" Thursday, May 13, at 3' P X'. in' the NM-uai $czine Atidi-'
tb rium. The public is cordially ivited. -r . E ~~i
Uniersity Lectures:
Dr. E. B. McGilvary, Professor 4f Philosophy at the University of Wis-
ebusin, will deliver a University Lecture Friday, May 14, at 8 P. M. in the
Natural Science Auditorium 'an HirtU ~b$ect " Ne'wtonian and. Einsteiuianl
Time.",
Professor McGilvary T's also to speaki before the Michigan. School of Re-
ligion at 4:15 P. M. Friday, May 14, in Room 1025 Angell Hall, on the sub-
ject "Evolution and Religion."
The public is cordally Invited.
F. E. Robbins..
University Senate:
The fourth regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1925-
1924 will be held in Room C, Law B~uilding, on Monday. May 17, at 8:00 P. M.
Order of Busineis :
1. Annual Report of the Board in Control of Student Publications.
,.Memorial to Professor A. C. Klocksiem.
3. Election of Secretary.
4. "'General Discussion of the Term of Appointment of Associate Pro-
fess~oi*. .Jobn t. IBradsliaw,
Secretary of the Senate.
Hiouseholders:
Any householder cjesiring to rent a 'house to a club of boys for 1926-
1927 please list it with' the Offie of the Dean of Students at once.
J. A. Bursley.
Sociology 41:
The examination 'ill 'be given," thb first Wednesdiay at 2,-Men in- Natu-
ral Science ,Auditorium, Women in Newberry ;Auditorium. Tchose who have
othar examinations scheduled for this period are asked to call at 108 Ec.
after 3 and before 5 today, for assignment to a special period.
R. IH. Holmes.
Russian Literature:
Quiz sections in Rlussi'an Literature will meet next week, May 20 and
21 fni'tead of this week.
C. L. 'Reader.

by Robert K. Enders, Louis B. Carrick, C. F. Piszezck, and Paul A. ,Aoody.
Frank 1. Blanchard.
Senor4
( Mr. H. L. Blisdell, of the H. J. Heinz Company, Pittsburgh, Pa., will
be in Room 204 Tappan Hall, Friday, May 14, from 9:00 A. M. to 4:00 P. M.
He wishes to see studlents who are seeking positions in tihe production field.
C'. S. Yoakumn
Geologicatl Journal Club:
There will be a meeting of theGeologica1,4 Journal Club' zn Thursday,
M1ay 13, at 3 P. M. in Room 437 N. S. Bldg. Mr. Belknap will review Doug-
las Johnson's book "The New England Acadian Shoreline." Mr. Ver Wiebe
Swill talk on "A Peculiar Case of Stream Piracy," and Mr. Leverett. will'
Taylor'E
read Mr. Tyo' article entitled "What Time is it by the' Niagara SFalls'
Clock?~ Waluter A. e'er , Wiebe, dec.
Landlscape Club Pienie:
[ The University"'f Mid igan Lan4,sc~po Club v' hhlhY' 2tits Amnl Springj
Picnic on Sunday, May 16. All students enrolled in the curriculum of
Landsca~pe D~esign are cordially invited to attend. All persons expecting to
g o on this trip are requeted to si'gn a" libt posted on the DepartMent Bul-
letin BDoard, fourth floor, South Wing.
Fred. A. Cutlhbert, Pres.

on the subject which was concluded'
at the last engineering faculty meet- I UIC CUSE U
GR AT R b t Acculngt o ie the ptparer sU91MM ER ARE ANNOUNCE
b th fa u t co m t e ,t e r t rsfrom recent U niversity graduates
1 check the findings of a national report? Prof. Thomas E. Rankin, secretary
I !lpublished last year with respect to of the Summer session, will offer two
Irdae Asr ngih'lisiesthe value of cultural subjects. More courses in the rhetoric- department
Courses, Public Speaking, 'than 85 per cent of those replying toi during the summer. They are a
Econices Are VitalV the questionnaires considered "theseI course in short story writing and one
subjects of sufficient value to warrant in the writing of one-act plays.
3 SUBJECTS UNPOPULAR{ the time spent," or felt "that they! Courses in first-year rhetoric will
were indispensable to intellectual de- be given by Profs. Amos R. ,Morris
kDemands fof;,1more "cuiltuiral" stud- velopme9nt." and Erich A. Walter.. Rhetoric 31 and
lies, English and'pulile speaking, busi- hi regard to courses which recent 32, will tie conducted by Prof. Edward
ness courses, a lehgthe ling of the col, Igraduates' consider utnesential, the S. Evereitt, who will also offer a course
leg-e course, and economics in its' report showed that Michigan men in the struacture of the modern novel,.'
various p~hases were voiced by recent!I were observed to express greater dis-I Prof. Roy W. Cowden will give
engieerig colegegradates i p satisfaction with some of their cours- courses in diction and usage, and nmod-.
nions on the features of engineering es than do the graduates fromote4er English prose. Oakley C. Johnson.
edXucation as expressed in thme report schools. The three subjects mention-I will offer two courses, one in argu-
_____________________________-ed sufficiently often to indicate any mentation and one in description. Har-
large degree of unpopularity are fore- ris F . Fletcher will give two courses,
I o tofceH lds I lg agaesowrad~one in book revl~ws and one in lit.
'LUndelivered M~ail' critve geometry, in the order named. crary types and forms.

Brumm Speaks
'Engineering
Culture('andI efficiency and
they play in the present da;
of education was the themec
dress, "Chasing your hat,"
Prof. J. L. Brumim, of the jo
department, before the fresh
gineering class yesterday.
the example of "chasing your
a point to illustrate the fact1
pie are ashamed to do certai
simply because they are not
ly Cone.
Culture, as, defined by Prof.
is "the ability to know why
perior. Efficiency is reached
state when a person does a
well that lie cannot explain1
done."
A profession, as seen byI
Xrumm, is constituted ofi
and culture; hie urged that:
of the class develop bothe
become a success, and gain,
out of life.

To E WL SIG9
Class QATTT IL IGA
I hepat ORATORY CONTEST FINAS
y system
of an ad- * Special arrangement has been made
given by 'to have the Taylor university quar-
ournalism
'unian en -i tette, of Upland,. Indiana, come here
He used [tomorrow night to render severalse
r hat" as I lections, before the finals of the At-
that peo- kinson Memorial oratory contest be-
in things gins, 0. C. Atkinson, of B~attle Creek,
common1 sponsor of the contest informed Prof.
IThomas" C. Trueblood, of the public
LBrumm, speaking department yesterday.
Lis su Mr. Atkinson has financed the an-
d tat nual memorial contest each year in
things memory of his son Maurice, wvho was
ho ito killed, here ip an automobile accident
hoz; t sonl the day of h1is graduation in 1922.
The subject is, "Student Character,
Professor Moral and Spiritual, for World Citi-
efficiency zenehbp."
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Mail for the following persons is at
the Ann Arbor postoffice. undeliver-
able. It may be claimed by the own-
ers if called for at the General De-
livery window, main office, on or be-
fore May 18,' 1926.
Harold Boothroyd, Bob Brandon,
George W. Brown, H. W. Chase, Pre s.I
Assn: of American Universities, Sam-!
I uel R. Collins, George W. Covert, Jr.,.I
Mrs. U. E. Crumn, Albert D. Dotter,
Orville L. Dowyer, Earl A. Drechier,;
Marcus A. Feinberg, Pearl F. Foltz.
Elizabeth Fritz, Joseph L. Galland, 1
Haroldl W. Gilmer, Harvey B. Greene,
Joseph T. Gwaltney, Walter B. Hark-
ins, Jr., Dwight Harron, Raja Hour
ain, Dr. Warren C. Hunter, Dean El-
den R. James, H. Jarosz.
Keneth Kator, Mary L. Kiley, Byran
C. Kinney, Genevieve McArthur, J. B.
Newman, William Sawyer, Sol J.
Schnitz, Charles H. R. Snider, Luang
Kai Vibhag, John D. Voelker, Clarp-
ence Vrendt.

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AllPtarniacy Students:
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Stearns & Co. of Detroit to inispect the plant, ''hirs.day, ay 13, and be their
guests for a banquet and theatre party following the Inspection. All stu-
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Atkinson Oratorcal Contest:
The. Atkinson Oratorical Contest, established by Mr. C. C. Atkinson of
Battle Creek in memory of his son Maurice Atkinson, '22, will be held in
the Auditorium of University Hall, Friday, May 14, at 8 P. M. The public
is Invited to attend. L. X. Elchi.
Summer Emnploymient:
The Rayolite Paint Company, General Motors Building, Detroit, will
have their representative, MT. Eby;' at Room 303 Michigan Union today
(May 13th) from 2:00 to 4:00 P. M., to intervie~w ' nn for summer work.
J. A. Blursley.
U:Iversity Girls' Glee Club:
'There is* an extra rehearsal, at School of Music,~ Friday, 4: 30 P. AT.
Plea se be Teady to settle for the Columbus :trip:
Loretta F. Cooper, President.
S. A. 31. E.:
There will be a meeting of the S. A. M. E. at 7:15 at thme Union. New
members 'report at 8 o'clock.:'' WI. C. Groff.
Zoology Journal Club:
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