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Tit--,-", ,n.'- Y, 'JAY 25, 1924


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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 VI ' TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1926 Number 176
Chemistry 102 (French 9E)
The undergraduate members of this class will be given a written test
this afternoon at the regular hour. Bring bluebooks. The graduate stu-
dents will please make appointments for special examinations.
A. 0. Lee.

Education B-101:
I shall not meet my class today, May 25.

Francis D. Curtis.

Electrical Engineering Students:
This afternoon, May 25th, in the Natural Science Auditorium, at 4:15
P. M. a, meeting of the University of Michigan Branch of the American In-
stitute of Electrical Engineers will be held for the purpose of electing
officers. All members are urged to attend.
Maurice It. Nelson, Chairman A. 1. E. E.
Make Up Trip for Geology 128:
The persons who were not preseent on the trip Saturday, May 22, will
please make arrangements with Robert Karpinski for the Make-Up trip.
If possible this trip should be made Wednesday afternoon, May 26.
Frank Leverett.
Geography Summer tkamp in Kentucky:
Important meeting to arrange transportation, equipment, etc., Tues-
day May 25, Room 17, A. H. at 3 o'clock.
K. C. McMurry.
Industrial Research:
There will be a meeting in Lane Hall, May 26, at 7:30 P. M. of all
those who have signed up for the course in Industrial Research this sum-
mer' in Detroit. Others who are interested are invited to attend.
Arnold Anderson, Chairman.
Seniors in Journalism:
Seniors who are candidates for the Certificate in Journalism must
register at once with the Recorder and pay the required fee.
J. L. Brumm.
Journalism 104:
The trip through the Times News Plant today has been called off.
H. P. Jones.
Psychology iii
Those who missed one or more of the group tests will please take
malke-ups at the following hours:
Test 2-(Army Alpha) Tuesday 1 P. M.
Test 3a-Merchandise test (girls) Wednesday -1 P. M.
Test 3b-Auto test (men) Wednesday 1 P. M.
Test 4-Combination Wednesday 7 P. M.
Test 5-(Repetition of test 1) Thursday 1 P. M.
Test 6-Word Perception Tuesday 2 P. M.
All tests will be given in Room 162 N. S. Bldg. Those who do not
make up all tests missed must report to arrange for an individual experi-
ment. H. R. Mayberry.
Rhetoric 32:
I will not meet my 10 o'clock section in Rhetoric 32 on Tuesday,
May 25th. Waldo Abbot.
I. 0. T. C.:
Cadet uniforms may be turned in to the supply room immediately
after- the last drill period of your Company. Deposits will be refunded at
that time. All uniforms must be in before Saturday, May 29th.
Reinold Melberg
Spanish 118, 10:00 Section:
The Heath edition of Alarcon's "Novelas Cortas Escogidas" has ar-
rived, and will be the one used, contrary to the last announcement in
class. All having Ginn editions can get refund. First forty pages will be
covered on Wednesday.
N. W. Eddy.
Summer Employment:
The Duluth Woolen Company is appointing territory for this summer's
work. Men students interested call at the Union for Mr. Friedman Tuesday
and Wednesday afternoon or evening.
J. A. Bursley.
Literary and Business Administration Seniors:
Mr. Pinney of Detroit will be in Room 204 Tappan Hall, Wednesday,
May26, from 10:00 to 12:00. Mr. Pinney has a sales proposition, salary
on commission, in a nationally known company.
C. S. Yoakum.
Students Recital:
Pupils of Nora Crane Hunt will give the following Song Recital at
the University School of Music Recital Hall on Wednesday, May 26th at
2:00 P. M. Accompanists: Lucile Graham, Mary Louise Maxwell, Cath-
erine Buhrer and Ray Faulkner:
Pat (Seiler), Pierrot (Rybner) Virginia Hobbs; Duetts (a) 0, Wert
Thou in the Cauld Blast (Mendelssohn) (b) Nearest and Dearest (Carac-
ciila) Mary and Kathryn Evans; Danza, danza fanciula gentile (Durante)!
Dorothy Simmons; L'anneau D'orgent (Chaminade) A Home (Ferrari)
Emily Woodward; Who Knows! (Stickles) The Top o' the Mornin' (Mana-
Zucca) Barbara Allan; Die Lotusblume (Schumann) Invictus (Huhn)
Arthur Grossman; Friend o' Mine (Sanderson) Alice Rowley; An die Mu-
gik (Schubert) Er der herlichste (Schumann) Spirit Flower (Campbell-
Tinton) . Miriam Mitchell; Thoughts Have Wings (Lehmann) Kathryn
Evans; Phyllis (An idyll) (Logan) Lift Thine Eyes (Logan) Shirley King;
Piano, Elegie (Rachmaninoff) Impromptu (Liszt) Juanita Wallace; Prayer
(Hiller) Lois Brashear; I'll Sing Thee Songs of Araby (Clay) Grace How-
ard; She is Far From the Land (Lambert) Sidney Straight; (a) Violets

(Woodman) (b) An Annapolis Lullaby (Klein) Hily Dale Parker; Dedica-
tion (Franz) Wilkommen mein Wald (Franz) Ellen Furey; Caro mio ben
(Giordani) A Red, Red Rose (Hastings) Maxine Christman; Dreamin' Time
(Bayou Songs (Strickland) Lloyd Huston; From Out the Long Ago (Strat-
ton) What's in the Air (Eden) Dorothy Allison; Mattinata (Tosti) Mary
Evans; Feat upon Mine Little Heart (Nevin) A Summer's Day (Nevin)
Marian Coy; The Swan (Grieg) The Gipsey Trail (Galloway) The Trees
Have Grown So (Burleigh) Myron Burneson; Sanctuary (LaForge) Song
of the Robin (Anna Case) Lottie Hutzel.
Charles A. Sink.
Goldsmith's "She Stoops To Conquer":
The class in Standard Plays will present a recital of Goldsmith's com-
edy "She Stoops to Conquer" on Wednesday, May 26, at 7:30 P. M., in the
auditorium of University Hall. The public is invited to attend.
L. Fich.
University Girls' Glee Club:
There is a regular rehearsal at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday, May 25, at the
School of Music. Will every member please be present. Election of officers.
Loretta F. Cooper, President.
Glee Club:
All members of Glee Club are requested to meet at 7:45 tonight in
front of the Michigan Union to take part in the Spring Serenade.,
L. Stuart Bulman, Manager.
Players Club:
The Players Club will meet on Tuesday evening in the parlors of Bar-
bour Gymnasium at 7:30 o'clock. This is the final meeting of the year.
Election of officers will be held. All members are requested to be present.
Minerva Miller, Pres.
Cercle Francals:
The last meeting will be held tonight at 7:30 in the Cercle Room.
There will be a program and election of officers for the coming year. All
members are urged to be present.
E. N. Raray, Pres.
Sociedad IHispanica:
There will be a meeting of all the officers (this year's and the newly
elected) of the Sociedad Hisapnica on Tuesday, May 25, in Room 106SW,
at 7:30 P. M. sharp.
F. Sanchez.
Reserve Band:
There will be a regular rehearsal of the Reserve Band Tuesday even-
ing at 7:30 P. M. It is imperative that all members be -present for the
business meeting. Clyde R. Flory.
Notice of Election:
. The election to the Board of Trustees of the Students Christian Asso-
ciation will be held Tuesday, May 25th, from 10:00 A. M. to 3 P. M. at Lane
Hall and Newberry Hall. All members of the University who are members
of Christian churches are eligible to vote.
Rensis Likert.
Kappa Kappa Psi:
An important meeting of the chapter will be held on Tuesday, May 25,
5:00 P. M., at Morris Hall. This will be the last meeting of the year, and
every member is urged to be present.
T. C. Schneirla.

Carrying out a custom of several
years standing Senior Sunday will
be observed in the various churches
of Ann Arbor next Sunday, it w4s an-
nounced ayesterday. Special arrange-
ments have been made under the di-
rection of George Douglas, '26, chair-
man of the church relations committee
of the Student Christian association,
to have the subjects of the sermons
fitting for the occasion of graduation.
Churches have planned to have re-
served sections for the seniors who
will attend. They will attend services
in senior garb. No convocation serv-

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Dormitory Tuesday, May 25, at 5:00 P. M.
MiriamN M. Olden, Pre idemnt.
Tau Beta PI:
There will be a meeting of Tau Beta Pi on Tuesday, May 25th, at 6:00
P. M. at the Union.
D. van Osenbruggen, Corresponding Secretary.

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