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THE MICHI AN DAILY

SATT'FLD.\)', APRIL ', 7ci2'

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY. APRIL 2. l~27

BULLETIN

T'ublicaion 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. in. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.
VOLUME VII SATrURDATY, APRIL 2, 1927 NUiMBER 134"
To Students Having Library Books:
1. Students having in their possession books drawn from the Univer-
sity Library are notified that such books are due Monday, April 4th, before
the impending Spring vacation, in pursuance of the Regents' regulation:
"Students who leave Ann Arbor for an absence of more
than a week must first return all borrowed books."
2. Failure to return books before the vacation wil render the student
liable to an extra fine.
3. Students who have special need for certain books between April
4th and the beginning of the vacation may retain such books by applying
to the Superintendent of Circulation on or before April 4th.
4. Students who have special need for certain books during the vaca-
tion, will be given permission to draw these books, provided they are not
in general demand, on application to the Superintendent of Circulation
after April 4th.
F. L. D. Goodrich, Associate Librarian.
University Women:
Physical Education classes for the Outdoor Season begin work Wednes-
day, April 6th. Students report, in street clothes, to instructors at regular
class hours on Monday and Tuesday to sign up.
Ethel lcCormick.
Sociology I:
Due to the fact that a public lecture is to be given in Natural Science
Auditorium at 11 to day ,the examination scheduled for this room at 10 will
close promptly at 10:55. Writing will begin at 10 o'clock sharp.
R. H. Holmes.
Modern Social Problems Make-up:
A make-up examination in Modern Social Problems (Sociology 154) for
all students who missed the final last semester will be held Saturday, April
2, in Room 3, Ec., at 9 A. M.
L. J. .Carr.
Education A-1:
I shall be unable to meet my class in Education A-i today.
G. L. Jackson.
Senior Chemical and Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. E. W. Kempton of the American Steel and Wire Company will be
in Room 2028 in the East Engineering Building, Monday, April 4, to inter-
view students about employment.
Alfred H. White.
An educational exhibit showing the application of Bakelite in Industry
will be shown in the lobby of the East Engineering Building, Monday, April
4th, 9:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M., under the auspices ofthe Student Branch of
the A. S. M. E. Free to all.
Andrew Lundteigen, Sec'y.
Senior Mechanical Engineers:
Representatives of the Detroit Edison Company will be in Room 221
West Engineering Building Monday, April 4, to interview those interested
in Power Plant operation.
H. C. Anderson.
All Fencers:
All-campus foil tournament, and also the all-campus sabre tournament,
will be held Saturday, April 2, at 2:00 P. M. at Waterman gymnasium. All
fencers are eligible to enter. .N. R. Benham.
Men's Education Club: \
The Men's Education Club will meet Monday evening, April 4th, in
Room 304 of the Michigan Union at 7:00 sharp. Dr. Kyte of the School of
Education will speak on the subject-"A Method of Building Text Books."
All men in the School of Education are invited and urged to attend.
Wm. F. Wilcox, Vice-President.
Phi Delta Kappa:
Luncheon today 1 P. M. Michigan Union. % Dr. Trow and Prof. Byrn will
speak, followed by an important business meeting.
C. L. Anspach, Presidet.
League for Industrial Democracy:
The first regular meeting of the club will be held Monday, April 4, at
8:00, in the Union. Mr. George Bigge of the Economics Department will

LITTLE BELIEVES COLLEGE LIFE IS
AGE OF INTENSIFIED OPPORTUNITY
"College is only a period of inten- restating and are preparing to em-
sified opportunity in the life-chain of phasize the value of character in
any individual," said President Clar- 'youth," President Little stated. Thej
ence Cook Little in his address last greater the potentiality for service
night to the faculties of Detroit City or leadership possessed by any in-i
college, Detroit Teacher's college, and dividual, the more intense and deli-
high school principals of Detroit. cate becomes his conception of the!
"We have thought of admission to word 'emergency'. Thus, to those with I
college as a unit separable from what the opportunity to direct public ac-
goes before or what follows after. tivities and ideals, and the personality
This is incorrect," continued Pres- to advance standards, the materialis-
ident Little. tic philosophy, worship of wealth, and
"In recognizing that personal qual- selfishness of the present day civili-I
ities have a great effect upon the fate zation is almost real and vital emer-
of any college student we are merely gency."
lead a discussion dealing with various aspects of the present coal situation.
t' C. B. South-.
Public Lecture:
"Reincarnation, a Phase of Evolution," is the subject of a lecture to be
given by L. W. Rogers, national president of the American Theosophical
Society in Lane Hall Saturday, April 2, at 8:15 P. M. The lecture is under
the auspices of the local lodge. All are cordially invited.'
H. Douglas Wild.
CHICAGO.-All final examinations
were held under the honor system. FO RA

Embarks For ChinalREED WILL SPEAK
TO WOMEN'S CLUB

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Prof. Thomas H. Reed of the po-
litical science department will be the
principal speaker at the opening ses-
sion of the School of Citizenship con-
ducted by the League of Women Vot-
ers, which will be held April 6 to 8 at
the Peoples' church in East Lansing.
Professor Reed's talk will be on
"The Evolutionof the Nominating and
Electing Systems." On the same pro-
gram, Pres. Kenyon L. Butterfield of
Michigan State college and Lieut.- F R
Gov. Luren D. Dickinson will deliver
talks.
Dr. James K. Pollock of the political
science department will give an ad-
dress on Thursday, speaking on "For-
Sward Steps in the Elective System."
Following his talk Dr. Pollock will
lead a discussion on the subject. A rrange ment
This. year's meeting of the school
is to be devoted to a consideration of w ith the
a shorter ballot, changing registra-
tion systems, the direct primary, the
convention, civil service and all ques- Author
tions involved in the nomination and
election of public officers.
ATIONON

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Col. Harold C. SnyderI
Commander of the newly organized
sixth regiment of marines, who recent-
ly sailed for Chinese waters.

REAL VAC.

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Dine and Dance
'Tonight at
JOE PARKER'S
to the
Entrancing Rhythm
of
THE BUCCANEERS
Delicious Steak Dinners, $1.00
E. Huron and N. Fourth
6-8 P. M.

TRY A BIT OF

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TENNIS OR

GOLF

A New Supply of Rackets, and Golf Clubs Just Arrived.
WAHRL9-1 UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

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N. Wilder
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Theatre
A Few Seats
Still Avail-
able At Box
Office
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Tonight is the last chance before Vacation to dance at

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