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1926

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MAY 18

PA~ IBIGUT TUESDAY, MAY 18,

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume VI TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1926 Number 170
University Lecture:
Dr. Carl S. Miner, Director of the Miner Laboratories of Chicago, will
lecture under the joint auspices of the University and the U. of M. Section
of the American Chemical Society on Tuesday, May 18, at 4:15 P. M. in
Room 1042 of the East EngineeringtBuilding.
His subject will be "Furfural, the Story of Industrial Research."
The publicis cordially invited. F. E. Robbins.
University Lecture:
Professor Joel H. Hildebrand, of the University of California, will
lecture on the subject "The Energetics of Chemical Combination" Wednes-
day, May 19, at 4:15 P. M. in the Natural Science Auditorium.
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Seniors Attention:
There are still six hundred who have not paid their diploma fees. After
4 P. M., Friday, May 21, .no more payments will be acdepted. Under no cir-
cumstance can those who fees are not paid by the above date graduate in
.Tune. Pay at once and avoid the last minute rush.
Sihirey W. Smith, Secretary.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
A ,meeting of the Faculty for the consideration of problems concerning
engineering education arising out of the investigations of the Society for
the Promotion of Engineering Education will be held Tuesday, May 18th,
at 4:15 P. M., in Room 411. Additional significance attaches to this meet-
ing because of the possible bearing of the discussion on the development
of engineering education in the University of Michigan.
X. E. Cooley.
Teacler's Certificates:
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
Friday, May 21st, at 4 P. M.
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
June.
Blanks for this purpose should be secured at the office of the School of
Education. Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
Staff Luncheon, East Engineering Building:
There will be the usual monthly luncheon of the various staffs of the
East Engineering Building, on Tuesday, May 18. W. L. Badger.
Zoology .2 (Heredity):
'r hr the examination Tuesday at 9, those assigned to seats in rows A to
dIacitisiYe, will go to West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall; those in rows
to N will go. to Natural Science lecture room; those in rows Q to V will
go to Room 348, West Engineering Building.
A. Franlin Slull.
X. E. 219:
Students of automotive and allied courses are invited to attend inspec-
tion trip through Chrysler Motor factory Friday, May 21st. Sign list at my
office, Room 101 Old Engineering, Shops if you wish to go. Meet at En-
gineering Arch at 7 A. M. W. E. Lay.
X. E. 32:
All students in M. E. 32 will meet at the automotive laboratory at7:30
A. M., Tuesday, May 18th, for the semi-annual road test. W. E. Lay.
Musical Composition:
Both sections of Msic 106 will meet Tuesday, May 18, at 1:00 P. M. in
Room 305, School of Music. There will be a rehearsal of the program of
original compositions to be given by the class in the School of Music Audi-
torium May 24. A. C. Haigh.
Journalism 104:
Class will meet at 3 P. M. Wednesday in the new journalism editorial
room, third floor, Old Medical building. Students visiting the Times News
Plant today, will meet in front of the Times News Building at 1:00 P. M.
Howard P. Jones.
Magazine Writing:
Class will meet at 2 1. M. Tuesday, instead of the usual hour.
Howard P. Jones.
Tryouts for Next Semester's Intercollegiate Debate Class:
All University men eligible to compete in intercollegiate activities
next semester are invited to tryout for next Semester's Intercollegiate De-
bate Class as follows:

Preliminary to the tryouts, all contestants must register in Room
3211, Angell Hall. This may be done at any time during the week.
The tryout will take place in Room 302, Mason Hall at 8:30 A. A. on
Saturday, May 22nd.
The tryouts will consist of a five minute talk on either side of the fol-
lowing debate question: "Resolved, That the Federal Government should
own our Coal Mines."
G. E. Densmore.
Summer Employment:
Mr. Campbell of the Fuller Brush Co. will be at the Union on Tuesday
afternoon from 2-6 and 8-10 to interview men interested in summer work.
J. A. Bursley.
Read The Daily "Classified" Columns

Choral Union Ushers:
All Choral Union Ushers are requested to report promptly during the
concerts for May Festival Week starting Wednesday evening, May 19th. The
following schedule may be followed as the time noted is when all ushers and
ticket takers should be at their places of assignment:
Wednesday, May 19th ........ ................7:30 P. M.
Thursday, May 20th..........................7:30 P. M .
Friday, May 21st............2:00 P. M. and 7:30 P. M.
Saturday, May 22nd...........2:00 P. M. and 7:30 P. M.
In case any usher cannot be present for the cncerts lease uivtify me
not later than Tuesday evening.
The following men are requested to see me before Tuesday, May 18th,
as their attendance record shows many absences, should they desire to work
during the Festival Week:
Tickets-Cook, Richey.'
Tihn Floor-R. W. Brown, Holmes, Warren.
First Balcony-Bugher, Chadwick, -Gibbs, Naser, Price, Schoettley,
Tiedke, Washburn, Lyons.
Gallery-Cook, Cornell, Diehl, Faulks, Phillips.
Extras-Brockett, Crittenden, Furlong, Lytte, Seaman, Valentine,
Walker, Huntley, Jacka, Heath.
Watch this column for further notice during the coming week.
W. A. Davenport,
University of Michigan Band:
The following formations may be considered as official:
Tuesday, May,18, at 7:30, Lantern Night, meet at Morris Hall.
Wednesday, May 19, at 7:00, Campus Concert, meet at Library.
Saturday, May 22, at 1:30, Track meet and baseball game, Morris Hall.
Wednesday, May 26, at 7:00, Campus Concert, meet at Library.
Saturday, May 29, Wisconsin baseball game, meet at Morris Hall.
For the commencement week:
Friday Night, June 11, Concert in Hill Auditorium, meet at auditorium.
Saturday, June 12, Alumni Luncheon 12:15, meet at Barbour Gym.
Saturday, June 12, at 8:45, Senior Promenade on the Campus, Morris
Hall.
Monday, June 14, at 7:30 A. M. for Commencement program, Morris
Hall.
Any change will be noted in this column.
Wilfred Wilson, Director.
Uiniversity of Michigan Reserve Band:
Formation Friday, May 21, for Ohio State baseball game. Meet at Mor-
ris Hall. Clyde Flory, Director.
University of Michigan Band:
Formation today at 7:30 P. M. at Morris Hall with uniform and cape
to play for the Lantern Night. Gordon Packer.
Reserve Band:
There will be regular rehearsal at 7:30 P. M. Tuesday evening. Every
member is expected to be present. Clyle R. Flory.
Industrial Research:
All students who Jntend to work in Detroit this summer shoutd confer
with t~e Iedu'trIl1 Research, CmPnmitt e at 'ane of aftnooj- rrn 3:"00
to 5:00. Arnold G. Anderson, Chairman.
HighwayLocation, Camp Davis:
Mr. Harry L. Brightman, Chief of Surveys, State Highway Department,
will be at Camp Davis for a week or more to outline the methods now
employed by his branch of service.
C. T. Johnston, Director.
Comedy Club:
There will be an important meeting of Comedy Club Wednesday after-
noon, May 19, at 4:00 o'clock in Room 203 University Hall. Election of
officers will be held at this time. eail Nyland, President.
Tau Beta Pi:
There will be a meeting of Tau Beta Pi at the Union on Tuesday, May
18th, at 6:00 P. M.
D. van Osenbruggen, Corresponding Secretary.
Alpha Nu:
Alpha Nu Debating Society will hold its last meeting of this school
year at 7:45 tonight in the chapter room on fourth floor of Angell Hall.
The meeting will take on the form of a general get together, the newly
elected members giving a short program.
Robt. E. linnich, LPres.
Senior Ball Committee:
There will be an important meeting of this committee on Wednesday,
May 19, at 5 o'clock in Room 302 in the Union.
William L. Diener, C(Iairman.
I. 0. T. C. Drum and Bugle Corps:
There will be a meeting of the Corps this date.
H. B. Turner.
Physics Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P. M., Tuesday, May 18, in
Room 1041, New Physics Building. Mr. N. C. Beese will speak on "The
Spectroscopy of the Extreme Ultra-Violet." All interested are cordially in-
vited to attend. W. F. Colby.

Lake County, Indiana, Club:
The Lake County Club will meet in Room 306, Michigan Union, at 7:30
tonight. Clayton Brigggs.
Women's Educational Club:
Marshmaljow roast on Wednesday, May 19, at the. Fireplace at 5:30.
Bring your own lunch. We will be back in time for Senior Sing.
Dorothy Kiefer, Pres.

Christian Science
Monitor Publishes
University Section
Articles by President Little and
Dean Jean Hamilton feature the
special University page of the -Michi- I
gan issue of the Christian xScience
Monitor for May 14. Michigan is de-,
scribed in the headline titling the
page as "one of the really great uni-
versities of the world."
Pictures of. the. lign, old .Univer-
sity hall, the Law club, Memorial hall,
and Martha Cook dormitory fill part
iof thepage; also a model of the ar-
chitectural college now under coin-
struction is shown with an accom-
panying article fully describing the
plans and purposes of the building.
Other columns cont * escriptibb, of
the corning summer &scsion and Ann
Arbor's beauty spots.
Plans for the future are outlined by
President Little in his communication
which states that "efforts to develop
in the undergraduate at least one uni-
versity interest other than athletics
which he can develop as an alumnus
will be made. The development of a
group of courses in 'human relations'
particularly adapted for women stu-
dents is under way."
Ex-Presidents Angell, Hutchins, and
Burton are lauded in the article as
"among the strongest forces in shap-
ing the aims and possibilities of pres-
ent-day Michigan," Angell for his
courageousuthought inteducational
matters," Hutchins for the building-
up of a "widesread *ir"f academic
self-respect," and Bud oin as "builder
of the present-day University of Mich-
igan."
Woman's part in the development of
the University is described by Dean
Hamilton who tells of difficulties un-
der which women labored in the. early
years of co-education at Michigan.
Whether women should be offered a
specialized curriculum in domestic
problems or the old general course
is discussed on the basis of a state-
ment that "eighty per cent of all col-
lege women marry-sometime."
Yost Speaks To
Kalamazoo Boys
Coach Fielding H. Yost spoke yes-
terday to a group of 500 boys in
Kalamazoo at a mass meeting which
formally opened "Boys' Week" in that
city. The subject chosen by Coach
Yost was, "Keep Clean Within for
That is the Only Real Key to Success
whether on the Athletic Field or in
any Other Worth While Endeavor."
Let The Daily sell it for you thru
the Classified columns.-Adv.

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Protective restrictions against business en-
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CHICAGO. - For five days next
month Chicago will be second only to
Rome as the center of the Roman Cath-
olic world when it provides the sett-
ing for the pomp and ceremony of the.
28th International Eucharistic con-
gress, June 20-24.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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