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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY 14, 19 ' f

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLET IN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
4:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume V1 FRIDAY, ' MAY 14, 19". Number 167
Uitversity Lectures:
Dr. :W. B. McGilvary, Professor of Philosophy, at the University of -Wis-
consini, will deliver a University Lecture' Friday, May 14, at 8 P1. M. in the
Natural Science Auditorium on the subject "Newtonian and Einsteiniau
Time."
:Professor Mc~ilvary is also to speak 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 cordially invited.
F. F. JRobblins.
Mouse Parties and House Dances:
The following organizations have been given permission to hold parties,.

Friday, May 14:
ihouse Parties:
Phi Delta Chi.
. -ouse Dances:
Alpha Chi Sigma (Michigan Union) (closed)
Alpha Omicron Pi
Alpha Sigma Phi (closed )
Gamma Sigma (closed)
Kappa Delta
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Martha Cook Dormitory (formal)
Phi Gamma Delta (closed)'
Phi Kappa (closed)
Pi Kappa Alpha (closed)
Psi Omega ({closed)
Sigma Phi Epsilon (closed)
Theta Chi (closed)
Theta Xi (closed)
Xi Psi Phi (closed)
Westminister House (formial)

Lecture :
Sir Arthur Newsholme, K. C. B., M. Al., F. R. C. P., will deliver the last
of his series of lectures today, Friday, at 4:15 P. M. in Natural Science
Auditorium. The subject of his; address will be "The Growth of the Pre-
ventive Idea in Medicine.
j Hugh Cabot.
Senior EnIngieers :
Dr. S.rITimos1nko, Research Engineer of Westinghouse Electric &
Manufacturing Company and former Professor of Mechanics at Kiev and
Petrograd P'olytechnical Institute, will deliver a lecture Friday, May 14th,
at 10 A. M. in Room 348 Engineering Building, on the subject "Stress Con-
centration and the Photoelastic Method of Measuring Stresses."
This lecture will be of particular interest to Senior Mechanical Engine-
ers and others interested in the subject of strength and resistance of mat-
terials. Tjhose attending will be excused from classes at that hour.
M. E. Cooley.
tuniversity of 3Michligan BandI:
Formation at lill Auditorium today. Roll call at 6:45 P. M. Uniform
with cape. Gordon Packer.
Graduiithon Recital :
The following program will be given in School of Music Auditorium
l Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock by Marguerite Shattuck and Phyllis Brown,
two talented students of Guy laier:
Tv,,o Preludes (Chopin), Prelude and Fugue in D major (Bach), Sonata
Pathetique (B~eethoven), Miss B~rown; Waltzes, Opus 39, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8,
11, 15 (IBrahms), Miss Shattuck; "Lotus Land" (Scott), Prelude from.
"Carnival Mignonne" (Schuett), Nantilus, from "Sea Preres" (Macdowell),
Seguedilla (Albeniz), Miss Brown; The Juggling Girl (Moskowski), Inter-
Imezzo Opus 118, No. 2 (Brahms), Etude in C minor (Chopin), Miss Shattuck.
Charles A. Sink.
31en's Educational Chub:
s The annual barbecue for all members, given at Professor Moehlman's
E residence, will be given Wednesday afternoon, May 19. Bus will leave Tap-
pan Hail at 4:05. Free transportation for all who need .it.
Pay up your dues and sign blank on Bulletin Board, Tappan Hall, be-
fore 4: 00 P. M., Mondlay,. as number planning to go must be known by that
time. Will be in Tappan Hall on Monday from 1:00 to 3:00 P. M. to collect
dues. For further information call 9736 or 6652.
Ralph VanHoesen, President.
jSenior Ball:
All tickets to the Senior Ball which are not called for by 5:00 o'clock
Friday, May 14, will be p~laced on general sale.
Richard Earhiart.
History iDepartmnent:
The Department will meet at luncheon today, Michigan Union.
Be' W. M'heeler.
V ocational Education Courses E 1 and IE 105:
I shall be unable to meet miy classes Friday, May 14.
( George E. Meyer.
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Ilouse Paxties and House Dances:
The hollowing organizations have been given ;permissioni to hold parties,
Saturday, May 15:
Ilou6e Dances :
Alpha Kappa Kappa (closed)
Chi Omega
Delta Alpha. Epsilon (closed)
(Gamma Phi Beta, (breakfast dance)
Kappa Alpha Theta (dinner dance)
Pi Beta Phi
Shauman House
sigma Kappa
Theta Phi Alpha (formal)
Zeta Tau Alpha (spring formal)
,.; J. A. Bursley.
Phd Beta Kalpa--Special ,Mleeting:
A4 meeting' of the initiates of Alpha Cha ter in Michigan, Phi Beta K~ap-
pa, will be 'held in Room 202 Mason Hall, Friday at 4:15, P. M. An address to
the new members Will be presented by Dr. 1. R. iRobbins.. All members of
the society are cordially invited to be present.
lH. L. Caverly, Secretary.
Tryouts for Next Semeoster's ,Intercoillate Debate lass:
All University men and women eligible to participate in intercollegiate
activities are invited to tryout for nex t semieeter's intercollegiate. debating
slags as -follows:
University Women will try out Saturday, May 15, at 8.30'A. M. in Room
302, Mason Hall.
University .Men will try out Saturday, May 22, at 8:30 A. M. in Room
t102> Mason Hall.
Contestants must assemble promptly at the appointed time so that ,the
apaking order may be determined.
The tryouts will consist of. a five-minute talk on either side of the fol-
lo wing ,debate question:
"Resolved: That Federal Ownership of Our Coal Mines would be a wise
niational policy."
G. E. Densmore.
Atl son Oratorical Contest:
The AtlInson 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
to fnvited to attend. L. M. Fich.
Junior Engineers :
There will be a class meeting of the Junior Engineers in Room 348
West Engineeriag Building at 9 A. M. Friday, May 14.
IE. X. Bragg, Mentor.
ClilnRtadEngineers:
Will all men who are registered in the 5 year combined course in
Chemical Engineering and Industrial Management please leave their names
at my office as soon as possible.
W. L. Badger.
Field Trip, for Geology 128:
The class will assemble at Natural Science Building at 8 A. M. Saturday,
May 15, for trip by motor truck to Jackson County. The individual expense,
including maps, will be 75 cents.: The Geology meap of the Ann Arbor Folio,
or the folio itself, shouild be taken. Be prompt in order that the trip may
be completed by noon.
Frank Leverett.
Seniors:
Mr. H. L. Blaisdell, of the H. J. Heiniz 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 students who are seeking positions in the production field.
C. S. Yoakumn.

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