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THT~ M1CT-IT~AN DAILY FRIDAY, MAY 21, 192~
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 FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1926 Number 1.
This morning there remain only five business hours during which the
diploma and certificate fees for Commencement 1926 may be paid. The
Treasurer's office will be open from 9 to 12 and from 2 to 4 today.
The rule requiring the prepayment of fees has been posted on the
Campus and advertised in the Daily Official Bulletin for the past several
weeks. This is a necessary rule for the preparation and signature of the
great number of diplomas and certificates. Experience in past years has
shown that the making of exceptions results in a general understanding
the following year that the actual payment of the fee by the fixed date is
not a matter of necessity, with the ultimate result of conditions that make
literally impossible the preparation of the diplomas.
No certificate or diploma will be prepared for Commencement 1926, with
the exception of honorary degrees, for persons whose diploma or certificate
fee is not actually in the Treasurer's hands by 4 o'clock P. M. this (Friday)
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
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.
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. M. 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.
The following organizations have been given permission to hold partie,
Friday, May 21, 1926:
Phi Kappa Sigma (Closed)
J. A. Bursley.
Executive Board, Graduate School:
A meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School will be held
at 5:00 o'clock Friday, May 21. A. H. Lloyd.
Assistantship In Zoology:
A teaching assistantship in Zoology, open to undergraduates, is vacant.
Persons who have pursued several advanced laboratory courses in zoology
with marked success, and who intend to go further, should apply, if inter-
ested, to the undersigned.
A. Franklin Shull.
Students without transportation means, who desire to go to Lapeer
Saturday, and those who are going and have available car space, are re-
quested to see me Friday in order to complete passenger accommodations.
Other persons outside of the course, who may be interested in an inspection
of the State School for the Feebleminded and who have their means of
transportation, are invited to accompany us on the trip. We leave in a body
at 7 A. M. from East University Ave. in front of the engineering buildings.
A. W. Hayes.
Field Trip for Geology 128:
The class will assemble at Natural Science Building at 8 A. M. Satur-
day, May 22, for trip by motor truck to examine old shore lines in Washte-
naw and Wayne counties. The geologic map of the Ann Arbor Folio, and
the geologic map of the Wayne quadrangle of the Detroit Folio will be used.
The individual expense will be 75 cents.
Reports on the trips May 15 and 22, and the mapping of Ann Arbor,
should be turned in by May 27. They may be given to Robert Karpinski at
Room 130 G, in Natural Science Building, or brought to my residence 1724
South University Ave. Frank Leverett.
U. S. Naval Reserve Flight Training:
There will be a meeting of the Aeronautical Society at the Union on
Monday, May 24, at which Lient. Charles D. Williams, Jr., of Detroit will
discuss a course in flight training with the U. S. Naval Reserve. This
course extends over two years and consists of weekly lectures and instruc-
tion during the fall, winter, and spring, and 45 days of active flying during
each summer of the two years.
Incidents relating to the initial flight of the University balloon, "Michi-
gan No. 1," will also be told. All members and others who are interested
are urged to be present.
Orchestra, Children's Chorus; Joseph E. Maddy, Earl V. Moore and Frederick
Overture to "The Impresario" (Mozart); Concerto for Violin D major
(Mozart) Mr. Spalding; Carnival of Animals (Saint-Saens) Misses Davies
and Hauser, and Chamber Orchestra; Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso
(Saint-Saens) Mr. Spalding; Cantata: "The Walrus and the Carpenter"
(Fletcher) Children's Festival Chorus; Nocturne in G (Chopin), Hark, Hark,
the Lark (Schubert-Spalding), Evening Song (Schumann), Palpiti (Paga-
nini), Mr. Spalding.
The Fourth May Festival concert will take place this evening in Hill
Auditorium at 3:00 P. )I. Giovanni Martinelli, Tenor, Chicago Symphony
Orchestra, The University Choral Union, Frederick Stock, Conductor, How-
ard Hanson, Guest Conductor.
Overture "Le Carnaval Romain" Opus 9 (Berlioz); Aria "O paradiso"
from "L'Africana" (Meyerbeer) Mr. Martinelli; Chorus "The Lament for
Beowulf" (Hanson) ; Aria "Cielo e mar" from "La Gioconda" (Ponchielli)
Mr. Martinelli; "On the Shores of Sorrento" (Strauss), Rhapsody "Italia,"
Opus 11 (Casella), Aria "Che gelida manina" from "La Boheme" (Puccini)
Mr. Martinelli; Saltarello from "Italian Caprice" (Tschaikowsky).
Charles A. Sink.
Varsily Reserve Band:
All members of the Reserve Band will meet at Morris hall on Friday
afternoon at 3:30 before marching to Ferry Field for the baseball game.
Clyde R. Flory.
Phi Delta Kappa:
Let all members meet promptly, this noon, at the Lantern Shop for
luncheon, election of officers and the making of final arrangements for the
Pi Lambda Theta-Phi Delta Kappa picnic, also, our annual "Field Day." It
is imperative that each one report whether he will attend, also whether it
is possible for him to furnish a car, or, transportation for how many pass-
engers. Robert A. lionn, President.
The Negro-Caucasian Club:
Mr. Robt. W. Bagnall, of the National Association for the Advancement
of Colored People, will address the club Friday, May 21, at 8 P. M. in-the
"Upper Room" of Lane Hall. As this will be the last meeting of the school
year, all members are urged to be present.
A. S. Pride.
To All Students Having Library Books:
,1. Students having in their possession books drawn from the University
Library are notified that such books are due Monday, May 24, before the
2. Students who have special need for certain books between May
24th and 29th may retain such books for that period by applying to the
Superintendent of Circulation on or before May 24th.
3. The names of all students who have not cleared their records at
the Library by Monday, June 7th, will be sent to the Recorder's Office.
where their semester's credits will be held up until such time as said rec-
ords are cleared, in compliance with the regulations of the Regents.
Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian.
Work for Graduates and Undergraduates:
Mr. J. B. Vlack, of the Commonwealth Edison Company, will be at the
Michigan Union all day Friday, the 21st and Saturday, the 22nd, until noon,
to interview men interested in learning about opportunities for employment
with this Company in Chicago.
Processes by which the energy of a
chemical reaction might be calculated
were outlined by Prof. Joel H. Hide-
brand, of the chemistry department of
the University of California, in a lec-
ture on "The Energetics of Chemical
Combination," delivered in Natural
Science auditorium yesterday. Potas-
sium and iodine were used as ex-
amples in the chemical equations.
Professor Hildebrand also explained
several-discrepancies between the!
electro-chemical series and the action
of certain compounds which he had
discovered during his experience.
ASK SENIORS TO PAY
UNION DUES BY JUNE
Seniors, taking out Union life
(memberships, are urged by El-
liott Chamberlain, '27, chairman
of the Union life membership
committee, to make final pay-
ments before graduation in June.
In past years many seniors
either neglect their payments en-
tirely after they have left the
f University or postpone them so
long that the interest has in-
creased the amount due consid-
erably, Chamberlain stated.
Life memberships may also be
taken out now by seniors for $50,
orpayments started on same for
I a correspondingly higher total
depending upon the plan adopted.
Memberships are $100, one year
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Botany DiscussIon Group:
A meeting will be held on Friday evening at 8:00 P. M. in Room B173
N. S. Carl D. La Rue.
Third and Fourth May Festival Programs:
The third May Festival concert will take place this afternoon in Hill
Auditorium at 2:30 P. M. Albert Spalding, Violinist, Chicago Symphony
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