FRIDAY, MARCH 4", 1927
TI JE MICTICAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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Publicadlon 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). Copy must be typewritten.
FlttD Y,31IARCJIP 4, 1927
Socledad Hispanica Prize:
The Sociedad Hispanica of the University of Michigan, with the co-
operation of the Hispanic Committee of the Department of Romance Lan-
guages, announce a prize of $25.00 to be given to the student passing the
best written examiation, based on the following books, dealing with various
aspects of modern Spain:
1. Unamuno, Miguel de, Ensayos: vol I, pp. 55-147; 187-219; vol. II;
pp. 163-181; vol. III, pp. 115-145; vol. IV, pp. 63-87; vol. VI, pp.
" 2. Martinez Ruiz, Jose, (Azorin),Castilla.
3. Linares Rivas, Manuel, La Garra and Maria Victoria.
4. Dieulafoy, Art in Spain and Portugal. Chapt. VIII (Painters only).
5. Van Vechten, Music of Spain, pp. 78-88; 188-191.
6. Romera-Navarro, M., El Hispanismo en Norte America. Pp. 1-102.
The examination will be held about the middle of May. The date will
be determined later.
This competition is open to all undergraduate students of the University
Students interested should see Prof. del Toro for further information.
J. Del Toro, Chairman Hispanic Committee
Chas. T. Lee, Pres. Sociedad Hispanica.
ExhIbition of Stained Glass:
A collection of stained glass windows by Nicola D'Ascenzo is now being
shown in the Architectural Library, Room 205, West Engineering Building.
It is open from 10:00 to 12:00 and from 1:30 to 5:00 daily through Tuesday,
March 8, excepting only on Sunday.
Those who took swimming last semester at Barbour Gymnasium or the
Union Pool, and are not continuing the course, should get their suits at
Barbour Gymnasium or Union Pool, respectively, before March ninth. After
that date suits will be confiscated.
Romance Languages Faculty 3Ieeting:
There will be a meeting of the faculty of the Department of Romance
Languages of the Literary College Monday at 4:10 o'clock in Room 200 South
H. P. Thieme.
Mr. Daw's Freshman Group:
My Freshman group will meet at 7:30 tonight at my home, 116 North
Lafayette F. Dow.
3 and 4. This must be done in order to participate in all class functions
and commencement. Erne: .C .ilidner.
Senior Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. P. L. Gumar of the Texas Oil Company will be in Room 221 West
I EngineerJg gBailding Friday morning, Maren 4, to interview th oze ihte: es3ted
in p)ositionls withi this company. II. C. Andersonm.
Freshim-an (ronp:, Organized y Dean Bursley:
Competition in the various events are schedulcd as follows:
Le:,gue A: Wednesday, March 9, 7:30 P. M., Union Pc}ol.
League 1,: Wcdnesday, March 16, 7:30 11. M., Union Pool.
ChainpionshipN: We dnesday, March 30, 7:: 3P. MAl., Union Pool.
Eaih group to be reprcijented by one, four-man team.
Tuesday, March 22, 7:30 P. M. at Mr. Abbot's residece, 1817 Washtenaw
Ave. Each group to be rcpre.enlted by one, tw3ian team.
A. L. (Carl.
The regular Club night will be held tonight, Friday, March 4. There
will be a program of papers (Illustrated) and music.
The Entertainmne;at Cornim ittee.
Sociology Journal Club:
The Sociology Journal Club will meet Friday afternoon, March 1, from
4 to 6 o'clock in Room 104, Ec. L. J. Carr.
COOLIDGE SEATS LORCH ANNOUNCES EXHIBITION OF
YOUNGEST JUDGE TWENTY PIECES OF GLASS WORK
1.r Prof. Emil Lorch, head of the arch- ship awarded from time to time by
itectural college, announces that the the American Institute of Architects.
20 pieces of stained glass, which are
on exhibition in the architectural
reading room of the West Engineering
building, are placed there that the
;e'ne: al public, as well as the students
of the architectural college, may see
them. These pieces were designed
and made by Nicola D'Ascenzo, of
Philadelphia. They will remain on
exhibition until Wednesday, March 9,
when they will go to Detroit to be
shown under the auspices of the So-,
ciety of Arts and Crafts.
Mr. D'Ascenzo is one of the best
known designers and makers of stain-
ed glass in this country, and two
years ago was the recipient of the;
imedal for distinguished craftsman-i
This is the third exhibition of stain-
el glass held under the auspices of
the architectural college, and presents
an unusual opportunity to study at
close range the use of plain and col-
ored glass, painting on glass, and the
use of leading which plays such an
important part in good glass design.
..r. D'Ascenzo has made many trips
abroal to study the best medieval
and itRenaissance glass. His prefer-
enc is for the former type of de-
sign, and here he has used with tell-
ing effect the experience of the past.
A large window in three sections
which gives a very good idea of the
medallion glass at Chartres Cathed-
ral is among the exhibits here.
Polonia Literary Circle:
A meeting of the Polonia Literary
Nearing To Address
Detroit Open Forum!
Scott Nearing, prominent sociol-
ogist and economist, who will speak
at 4 :15 o'clock Monday, March 7 in'
Natural Science auditorium on "DOl-!
lar Diplomacy in the Carribean," will
open a series of ,lectures in Detroit
on Sunday, March 6. He will speak
before the Detroit Open Forum.
The subject of his lecture in Detroit
on Sunday, will be "Dollar Diplo-
macy in Mexico and Nicaragua." It
will be given in the auditorium of
Cass Technical high school. The re-
maining four of his lectures are to be
given at 8:15 o'clock on Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, antd Friday
holl, Detroit. The subject of these lec-
tures will be "The Rise of the Amer-
ican People," "Dollar Diplomacy,"
"The American Empire," and "The
Role of American Labor."
The Worker's Educational associa-
tion is sponsoring this last series of
Mr. Neoring was formerly a mem-
ber of the faculty at Columbia uni-
versity and later at the University of
Toledo. He is now on the faculty
of the New School for Social Research
of New York.
Nathan Cayton, 28, above,
Circle will be held Friday at 7:30 youngest man ever to sit on a
J. Kliimek, Pres.
bench in Washington, D. C.
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Geography 2-Mr. James' Section:
Assignment for next Tuesday: The Sahara Group of Landscapes in the
Americas and Africa.
P. E. James.
Prof. Strauss' Classes:
Professor Strauss will be unable to meet his classes on Friday, March 4.
Journalism 52 and 56:
I shall be unable to meet classes today, Friday, March 4.
Howard P. Jones.
Make-up Examination in Aero I:
Will be given Friday, March 4, at 5 P. M., Room 2049 East Engineering
F. W. Pawlowski.
Caps and gowns will be given out at Barbour Gymnasium March to 10
inclusive from, 2 to 5 every day, except Saturday, which will be from 9 to
12. Seniors will please call for them on the following days:
E to Ho Friday
Ho through K Saturday 9 to 12.
L throigh N Monday, March 7.
0 through R Tuesday.
S to T Wednesday.
T through Z Thursday.
Those men who have taken work in the Mechanical Engineering Labora-
tory and are still holding instrument checks wvill please turn them in at
their earliest convenience.
This does not apply to those taking work in the laboratory at the
present time. H. J. Watson.
Class dues are payable in Tappan Hall on Thursday and Friday, March
UNTIL MARCH 8TH
PRESS BLDG., ON MAYNARD ST.
Gets Approval Vote
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, March 3.-President
Coolidge's Nicaraguan policy was com-
mended today in a report by the House
foreign affairs committee on the Fair-
child resolution proposing thatthe
House endorse the administration's
action. The resolution recently was
approved by the committee over the
protest of Democratic members.
WASHINGTON. - Ben Egan has
been selected as coach for the George-
town university ba3eball team.
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-New York Globe Editorial.