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DAILY, OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members ofj
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays). Copy must be typewritten.

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VOLUME VII

WEDNESDAY, MA

Y 4, 1927 NUMBER 153

Freshmen and Sophomores, Spring Games:
In accordance with custom and with the consent of their respective
Deans, Freshmen and Sophomores in the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts, Engineering and Architecture, and Pharmacy are excused
from classes from 3:00 p. in. Friday, May 6, until 12:00 noon, Saturday,
May 7, to allow them to participate in the spring games.
C. C. Little.
Notice to All Seniors:
The diploma fee of $10 is payable now.
Early settlement is necessary for the preparation of diplomas. In no
case will the University confer a degree at Commencement upon any stu-
dent who fails to pay this fee before 4 o'clock P. M. May 26. In case the
Faculty doe not recommend any payor, the fee will be refunded on sur-
render of receipt for payment. The above applies also to fees for all spe-
cial certificates. Candidates for degrees or certificates should at once fill
out card at office of the Secretary of their College or School, pay the Treas-
urer of the University and have a card receipted, and file indicated section
of this receipted card with the Secretary of their College or School. Do not
delay till the last moment, but attenid to this matter at once. The Treas-
urer's Office will be closed each Saturday afternoon.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
Ther will be a meeting of the Faculty f these Colleges on Thursday,
I\May 5, at 4:15 p. m., in Room 411 of the West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Medical Faculty:
The Faculty Meeting will be held on Friday, May 6th, at 4:10 P. M., in
the Faculty Rooom, West Medical Building.
Hugh Cabot, Dean.
University Women:
Miss Howe of the Michigan's Educator's Association will be in Room
443 of the Michigan Union on Tuesday, May 3rd, and Wednesday, May 4th,
from 12 noon on through the day and evening excepting 6-7 P. M. She will
interview any students interested in summer out-of-door-work.
Beatrice W. Johnson, Adviser of Women.
Lloyd's Register Scholarship:
A Scholarship of $500.00 per ann. for three years is offered by Lloyd's
Register of Shipping to students who will have completed the first year's
work in the College of Engineering in June, and who intend to follow the
course of Marine Engineering. Applications should be filed with Professor
Bragg or Professor Sadler, Room 326 W. Engineering Bldg., before May 31st.
Herbert C. Sadler.
Atkinson Oratorical Contest:
Preliminaries for the Atkinson Oratrical Contest will be held Thurs-
day, May 5, at 7:30 P. M. in the auditorium at Wesley Hall. Subjects
should be based upon the general topic, "Christ's Ideals for the Modern
World." Contestants should be on hand not later than 7:15 P. M. For
further information call Lane Hall.
L. C. Remann, Director.
All House Presidents: ..
Signing-Out Slips for April are due May 8th.
The following houses have not handed in the March slips:
Alpha Omicron Pi, Collegiate Sorosis, Delta Gamma, Delta Zeta, Gamma
Phi Beta, Andrus, Asman, Augspurger, Bannisch, Blackaller, Cozad, Culver,
Eastian, Frink, Horen, Jocelyn, McEachran, O'Hara, Probst, Schwartzbeck,
Stapleton, Stowe, Westminster, Witham, Wood, Zoller.
Mrs. R. S. Mansfield, Assistant Adviser of Women.
Geology 2:
There will be a make-up bluebook in Geology 2-for those that missed
the scheduled bluebook of April 29 on Thursday, May 5, at 4 o'clock in
Room 437 N. S.
1. D. Scott.
University Club:
Annual Club Night will be held Friday, May 6, at 8 P. M. President
Clarence C. Little will speak.
The Entertaiument Committee.
Religion -14:
Make up examination Wednesday, May 4, 4 o'clock, Room B, Newberry
Hall. A. E. Wood.
Drama Study Group:
Those students interested in the e periments being conducted in the
audience-effectiveness of drama please meet Wednesday, May 4, in Room
249 Physics Bldg. at 3 P. M.
E. E. Fleischman.
Students of the College of Pharmacy:
All students of the College of Pharmacy are urged to accept the invi-
tation of Parke, Davis and Company for an inspection tour Thursday, May
5th. Those planning to take this trip should be at the Parke-Davis plant
at 9:30 A. M. The plant may best be reached by going out East Jefferson
Avenue as far as McDougall Avenue, thence down McDougall Avenue to
the Company's new administration building on the river front. Cars will
be admitte to the Company's private parking space. During the morning a
tour of the manufacturiing plant will be made. Luncheon will be served at
noon. The afternoon will be given over to the inspection of the analytical and
biological laboratories. At 6 P. M. a banquet will be given to the students
and faculty at the Book-Cadillac Hotel. All will be free for other engage-
ments by 8:30 P. M.
C. C. Glover, Secretary.
Michigan Women:
The itinerary of the European trip has been changed from central
Eprope to Western Europe including the British Isles, Holland, Switzer-
'lnd, and France. The price is unusually low for three months and is not
a commercial project. It is administered by European and American stu-
dents entirely. We have ten days to fill up the trip or it goes to another

college. If interested please call or see me at once.
Beatrice W. Johnson, Adviser of Women.
Attention Seniors Aero. Eng., also Mechanical and Electrical Eng:
There will be a number of vacancies next June with the Air Service
Engineering Division at McCook, Dayton, Ohio. Approximately a dozen of
vacancies for Aeronauticals and a couple of vacancies for Mechanicals and
Electricals. The positions carry Junior Engineer rating and $1860 initial
salary. Some of the positions could be filled right away. For particulars

!and application blanks apply to the undersigned or to Professor E. A.
Stalker.
F. W. Pawlowski
French Play:
La Sonnette d'Alarme, a comedy in three acts, will be given by mem-
bers of the Cercle Francais Wednesday, May 4th, at the' Mimes Theater.
4General- public cordially invited. Tickets for sale at Slater's bookstore.
Rene Talamon.
Fencers:
I, All-campus salre and epe tournaments to he fenced this afternoon,
beginninr at 3:00 o'clock, at Waterman Gymnasium.
N. It. Benham .
University of Michigan Band:
Meet in the Radio Room in University Hall, which is on the third
floor, at 6:45 P. M. with instruments, for the Concert begins promptly
at 7:00. After the program is completed the hand will assist the Reserve
Hand in pr oviding Music for the Skating Carnival.
Paul F. Schlanderer, Student Mgr.
Reserve Band:
Meet at Morris Hall at 7:00 to play for the Skating Carnival given
for the benefit of the Women's League.
N. D. Falcone.
Student Employment:
Students desiring salaried summer vacation positions, see Mr. Lawless
of the Butterick Co. of New York City at Room 306 Michigan Union, Wednes-
day evening after 7:30, or Thursday afternoon after 1:30.
J. A. Thrslcy.
Student Employment:
Mr. L. M. Tharp, representing the Dirigold Sales Service of Detroit,
will be in Room 304 Michigan Union, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons
and evenings, May 3 and 4, to interview students interested in part-time
and summer work.
J. A. Bursley.
Student Employment:
Mr. Rex Reese of the Fuller Brush Company will be in Room 304
Wednesday afternoon and evening to interview any men who are desirous
of obtaining employment for the summer months.
Frank Kucuizel.
Graduate Educational Club:
Regular meeting Wednesday evening, 7:00 o'clock P. M., Room 106
Tappan Hall. The program will be of unusual interest and all graduate
students are urged to attend.
Clifford Woody, Faculty Sponsor.
Student Mathematical Society:
There will be a regular meeting of the Student Mathematical Society,
Thursday, May 5, at 7:30 P. M., in Room 3017 A. 11. The program will be
as follows:
1. "Chinese Mathematics."-H. C. Chang.
2. "General Application of Mathematics to Physics."-G. A.. VanLear.
Madeline Bower, secretary.
Seabbard and Blade:
There will be a smoker tonight at the Union at 8:00 P. M. Uniforms
will be worn,
P. F. Slayton.
Junior Education Class Representatives Meeting of all representatives
of the Junior Education Class tonight at 7:15 in Room 109 Tappan Hall.
Paullne Zoller, Secretary.
Musle Section:
The Music Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet at 8 o'clock
on Wednesday, May 4, with Mrs. II. Bacher, 1113 Ferdon Rd.
Marion Fisk, Secretary.
Chi Delta Phi:
There will be a meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 in 204 S. W.
Nary-Elizabeth Kibbey.

Columbia University~
Awards Prizes Fort'
Journalistic M e e t
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, May 3.-Pulitzer prizes
awarded for outstanding work in the
field of journalism and the arts by
the advisory board of the school of
journalism of Columbia university
were announced by Pres. Nicholas
Murray Butler today. The awards
were: Journalism:
A $500 gold medal "for the most
distinguished and meritorious service
rendered by any American newspa-I
per during the year," to the Canton
(Ohio) Daily News "for its brave,
patriotic and effective fight for the
purification of local politics and for
the ending of a vicious state of af-
fairs brought about by collusion be-
tween city authorities and the crim-
inal element, a fight which had at-
tracted i'esults in the assassination
of the editor, Don R. Mellott."
To the Boston (Mass.) Herald, for
an editorial entitled, "We Submit,"
by S. AT. Bullard, publsihed Oct. 28,
1926, a prize of $500.
To John T. Rogers, of the St.
Louis (Mo.) Post-Dispatch, $1,000,
for "the enquiry leading to the im-
peachment of Judge George W. Eng-
li sh."#
HONOR GROUP
ELECTS OFFICERS
At a recent meeting of Scabbard
and Blade, the following officers were
elected: Captain, Lawrence F. Spitz-
er, '28; First Lieutenant Bradford
Carver, '29; Second Lieutenant, lar-
ry C. Walker, '27E; First Sergeant,
Philip E. Slayton, '29E.

The Rockford
Playeirs
Present
Lonsdales' smart comedy of a very
sophisticated person
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in the nev
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall
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A1 Seats 75C Course 'I ickets $3.00
Ol saleat the State Str et bookstores
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Four miles south of Monroe,
Mich., on M-1O, on
Sat. Evening
May 7
The May Party
Sponsored by the
Monroe Masonic Glee Club
Public Invited
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