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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
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume V1 WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1926 Number 171
The President and Mrs. Little will be at home to the Regents, officers,
and members of Faculties of the University and their wives at 815 South
University Avenue, Monday, May 24, and Tuesday, May 25, from eight to
eleven o'clock. It is suggested that those whose names begin with the let-
ters A to L, inclusive, be present on Monday evening, and those with names
beginning with the letters M to Z, on Tuesday evening. There is no need,
however, that this arrangement should be rigidly observed, and Dr. and Mrs.
Little hope that members of the Faculties will feel free to come either
University Lecture:
Professor Joel I. 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 accepted. Under no cir-
cumstance can those who fees are not paid by the above date graduate in
June. Pay at once and avoid the last minute rush.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
Paintings of forty-four American Artists selected from the annual exhi-
bition of the Art Institute of Chicago are on exhibition in the West Gallery
of Alumni Memorial Hall. The exhibit will be open week days 1:30 to 5:00,
and Sundays 3:00 to 5:00; also the following mornings of Festival week:-
Wednesday and Friday 9:00 to 11:00, Thursday and Saturday 9:00 to 12:00.
General admission twenty-five cents; free to members, students of Univer-
sity, and children. Warren P. Lombard, Pres.
Order of the Cof, Annual Public Address:
The annual public address, under the auspices of the Order of the Coif,
will be given on Friday, May 21st, at 2:15 P. M., in Room C in the Law
building, by Dean John D. Falconbridge, King's Counsel, B.A., M.A., LL.B.,
of the Osgoode Hall Law School (Toronto), upon the subject: "Some Com-
parisons and Contrasts," in which he will make some comparisons between
the Constitutions of Canada and the United States.
The address will be open to all members of the University and to the
members of the local Bar and others who may be interested.
Henry M. Bates,
President, Michigan Chapter of the Order of the Coif.
At Home:
On Sunday afternoon, May 23rd, from three to six o'clock, Mrs. Davis
and I will be at home to students enrolled in my classes, either this semes-
ter or last semester. The address is 1030 Martin Place.
C. 0. Davis.
All Pharmacy Students:
All pharmacy students are invited to attend a lecture to be given by
Leonard A. Seltzer, prominent Detroit druggist, Thursday, May 20, at 1
P. M. in Room 300 Ch. The subject will be "Prescriptions and Prescription
Prlving." C. C. Glover, Secretary.
Graduate Students:
Please remember that students expecting to receive a degree at the
forthcoming Commencement must pay the diploma fee by Friday, May 20.
There is no possibility of paying the fee after this date. Blanks for the pur-
pose ahould be secured at the office of the Graduate School. It is possible
that some have paid but have failed to 'return the receipt to this office. This
is importanf Unless I have the receipt I cannot include the name on the
listof graduates. Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Freshman Engineers:
Professor Badger of the Chemical Engineering department will speak
at the regular freshman assembly in Room 348 at 11 o'clock this morning.
Your mentor cards wil be in the hands of your mentors Friday morning.
Please call for themi Friday.
C. 0. Weisler, head Mentor.
Instructors of Engineering Freshmen:
If you have not yet filled out the mentor cards, please do so and return
them today. C. 0. Welser.
Psychology 34 L, 36, 3S:
There will be a laboratory discussion Friday, May 28, from 4:00 to 6:00
P. M. in Room P 364.
The laboratory final examination will be held Saturday afternoon, May
29, at 2 o'clock in Room P 162.
John F. Shepard.
Sophomore Engineers:
There will be an important class meeting Wednesday, May 19, at 11
o'clock in Room 411 West Engineering Building. It will be necessary at
this meeting to elect a new member to the student honor committee. Dean
Cooley will talk to the class at this time. Everybody out.
J. C. Brier.

Stu dents of Accounting:
Mr. Richard Fitzgerald, of Lybrand, Ross Brothers, & Montgomery,
Certified Public Accountants, will give a lecture to students of accounting
in Room 101, Economics Building, Wednesday afternoon, 2:15. All persons
interested are invited.
W. A. Paton.
Senior Lits:
Seniors who have not paid their class dues may do so by sending me a
check at 1502 Cambridge Road, Ann Arbor. Dues are $1.50 for the senior
year and $1.00 each for the other three years.
Charles I). Spencer, Treas.
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Landscape Club Meeting Postponed:
The regular meeting of the University of Michigan Landscape Club
scheduled to be held Wednesday evening, May 19, has been postponed -until
Thursday evening, May 20, at 8 o'clock at which time Prof. Samuel V.
Chamberlain will talk to the Club. This will be the last meeting of this
semester. Fred A. Cuthbert, Pres.
May Festival Notices:
Festival concerts will take place as follows:
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:00 o'clock.
Friday and Saturday afternoons at 2:30.
Concerts will begin on time and the doors will be closed during num-
bers. On Thursday and Saturday evenings late comers will be obliged to
wait until after the close of the First Act of the performance.
Holders of season tickets are 'respectfully requested to detach from thei
course tickets before leaving home and to present for admission only the
coupon for each respective concert.
Special motor busses will leave in front of the auditorium immediately
I after all evening concerts for Detroit, Jackson and intervening points.
For the convenience of the public, a pay telephone booth is located in
the main lobby.
Librettos will be on sale at the music stores, during Festival week, and
in the lobby preceding each concert. Charles A. Sink.
First May Festival Program:
The first May Festival concert will take place this evening in Hill
Auditorium at 8:00 P. M. Louise Homer, Contralto; Chicago Symphony
Orchestra, Frederick Stock, Conductor.
Overture, "Im Fruhling," Opus 36 (Goldmark) ; Aria "Non piu di fiori"
from "Titus" (Mozart) Mme. Homer; Symphony B Flat Major, Opus 20
(Chausson); "Song of the Shirt" (Sidney Homer) "Escales" (Ports of Call)
(Ibert), Aria "O don fatale" from "don Carlos" (Verdi) Mme. Homer;
Dances from "Prince Igor" (Borodin).
Charles A. Sink.
Choral Union Ushers:
All Choral Union ushers who have assisted at concerts during the past
season are requested to be at their respective assignments in Hill Audi-
torium during the May Festival, unless otherwise notified.
Doors open at 7:30 P. M. for evening concerts and at 2:00 P. M. on Fri-
day and Saturday afternoons. Please be on time.
.W. A. Davenport.
May Festival Librettos:
In order to give the general public an opportunity to obtain Librettos
before the evening concert, copies have been left at all Music and Book
Stores throughout the City. A limited number are on sale this year.
IV. A. Davenport.
Summer Employment:
Men interested in summer vacation employment may interview Mr. F.
B. Lewis, Dist. Mgr. of the North Ridge Company, Wednesday, May 19, 8:00
A. M. to 10:00 P. M. at Room 304 Michigan Union.
J. A. Bursley.
Summer Employment:
Womian's World, Chicago, Illinois, will have their representative, Miss
Ambler, in Barbour Gymnasium, Wednesday, May 19, from 10 to 3 to inter-
,view women for summer work.
Jean Hamilton.
Summer Employment:
Mr. L. K. Maurer of the National Map Company will be in Room 321 at
the Michigan Union all day Wednesday, May 19, to interview students in-
terested in summer employment.
F. Lynn Glidden.
University of Michigan Band:
Formation tonight at 7:15 at the Library. Uniform with cape.
Gordon Packer.
Senior Ball Comimittee:
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, whairman.
The University World Cruise:
There will be a luncheon of all those interested in the above Thursday
noon at the Michigan Union.
Lionel Crocker.
Comedy Club:
There will be an important meeting of Comedy Club Wednesday after-
noelk, May 19, at 4:00 o'clock in Room 203 University Hall. Election of
officers will be held at this time. Neal Nyland, President.
Cercle Francais:
The Cercle Francais will give a tea this afternoon from 3:30 to 5:30
o'clock at the home of Miss Marie Burt, 1841 Cambridge, in honor of the
members of the Romance Languages faculty. It is desirable that the mem-
bers of the Cercle should make a special effort to be present.
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trials for the all-Conference meet.
There will be an important meeting
of the Senior Ball committee at 5
o'clock in room 302 of the Union.
The Saginaw Club Will meet at 7:12
o'clock in room 308 of the Union.
Black Quill will meet at 7:30 o'clock
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