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13.x'. .. CHIGAN DAILY, _.. . .V27.

Bridge Completes Mexican Railroad



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). Copy must be typewritten.

.iemis1 ry: odney 'eeder Shank- scholarship: Paul Curkeet Samson. Lester George Barth.
land, Rho Chi prize in pharmacy: Donald f Medals in rhetoric: Florence Eth li
Phillips classical scholarships: Eve- Steward Breisch. McClinchey, Stephen MacNeil Litsch-
lyn Harriet White, Marjorie Rowellan Lehn and Fink prize in pharmacy: er.
Ietter. George Lewis Webster.
Michigan Law R,_view board: Ed- Charles Ralph Eckler prize for pro- A swift airplane, equipped with life-
gay Molt Aules, James Barrett Boyle, ficiency in pharmacognosy: Helen s'ing apparatus, has been designed
Daniel Leon Brenner, Robert Wendell Ruth Yong.
Condo., Jamns Eugene Duffy, Frances Solis prize: Frieda Cobb Blanchard. to rescue victime of airplane accidents
May Florcr, William Bliss Giles, Fred Woods Hole scholarship in biology: in the English chanel.

Honors Convocation:
The fourth annual Honors Convocation will be held at 11:00 a.. m. Wed-
nesday, May 11, in Hill Auditorium. Dr. Stanley Coulter, formerly Acting
President of Purdue University, will give the address.
Classes at eleven o'clock in all divisions of the University, with the
exception of clinics, are according to custom dismissed in order that mem-
bers of the faculty and students may attend the convocation.
The Deans are requested to meet with the President and the speaker of
the day in the dressing rooms on the west side of the first floor of the
Seats will be provided for members of the faculty on the stage. They
are requested to enter the doors at the rear of Hill Auditorium and pass
directly to these seats.
There will be no academic procession. Academic costume will not be
worn except by seniors in the section reserved for honor students. A sec-
tion of seats on the main floor of the Auditorium will be reserved for honor
students who will be admitted to this section on presentation of the cards
which have been sent them.
The doors of the Auditorium will be open at 10:45 a. m.
C. C. Little.
University Lecture:
Dr. Caroline Ransom Williams, formerly of the Metropolitan Museum
of Art, will lecture under the auspices of the Department of Semitics at
4:15 p. m., Wednesday, May 11, in Natural Science Auditorium, on the
subject, "Egyptian Thought and Art, 1360 B. C." The lecture will be illus-
trated by the stereopticon. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Business Administration Club:
Dean Edmund E. Day of the School of Business Administration is call-
ing a meeting of the Business Ad. Club at the Michigan Union on Thursday,
May 12th, at 7:30 p. m. All members of the club and those interested in
the School of Business Administration are asked to be present. A busi-
ness meeting and election of officers will follow Dean Day's talk.
Donald B. Doubleday.
Contedy Club: Tryouts for Membership:
Tryouts for membership in Comedy Club will be held Wednesday after-
noon from three until five in 'the auditorium of Newberry Hall. All stu-
dents who are -eligible for campus activities are invited to, tryout. Candi-
dates are expected to have prepared a short reading to present before the
club. All members of Comedy Club are expected to be present.
Valentine L. Davies, Pres.
Religion 14:
Public lecture by Mr. Mumford on Thursday at 4:15 in Natural Science
Auditorium. Quiz sections will not meet this week. Returned blue-books
may be had at the School of Religion office mornings.
A. E. Wood.
Geology 2:
The second supplementary examination will be held Thursday at 4
o'clock in Room 437 N. S.
1. D. Scott.
Notice to Engineering Students:
The Michigan Bell Telephone Company will employ a few engineering
students during the summer vacation foi work in Detroit and in various
cities elsewhere in the state. Either freshmen, sophomores or juniors,
with good scholarship records, will be considered. If interested se Mr.
R. C. Gregory, Bell Telephone Building, Ann Arbor.

Lent ir IlIarlocker, Arthur Leonidas
larding. Edgar C. Howbert, Sidney
Joseph Karbel, Richard William
Lenshe, Leslie Charles Putnam, James
Rudolph Ramsey, Robert Treat Rinear,
Sidney Leon Robin, Benjamin Jay
Safir, BIurton Babcock Sibley, John
ISklar, Edward Schaad Stimson, Lau-
rent Kinibail V'arnuin, Howard Egger
Waihrenbroek, Leroy Louis Whit-
church, Arthur Richard Wood.

When ou Need
a Car
For a Special Occasion

Completion of the Salsipuedes via:iuct, Mexico, over Salsipuedes (Pass-
if-You- Can) Canyon, is the last link in a new 103-mile stretch of railroad
linking central Mexico with the ri ,h west coast of Mexico.

Honors Convocation
Will Be Held Todav
(Continued from Page Three)
Du Pont fellowship in chemistry:
Robert Freborn Ruthruff.
Detroit Edison fellowship in chem-
ical engineering:: Everett Percy
versity Hall at 4:00 o'clock. New
members are expected.
Ruth Kahn, Pres.
Scabbard and Blade:
There will be a regular meeting at
the Union tonight at 8:15 P. M.
P. E. Slayton.
Landscape Club Meeting:
There will be a meeting of the
Landscape Club on Wednesday, May
11, 1927 at 8:00 P. M. Mr. Sidney B.
Mitchell, Professor of Library Science
will talk on "The use of Iris in the
Landscape." Everybody out.
W. H. Gray.
Faculty Women's Club:
There will be a meeting of the New-
comers' Section of the Faculty Wom-
en's Club on Thursday afternoon, May
12, at 2:30 o'clock, at the home of
Mrs. Archibald D. Schultz, 723 South
Division. All newcomers are cordially
invited to attend.
Margaret Van Duren, Secretary.
Chi Delta Pi:
There will be a meeting Wednesday
evening at 7:30 in 204 S. W.
Mary E. Kibbey.
Automobile Rulings:
The following action was taken by
the committee on automobiles yester-
Mr. Felix A. Jaworski, '28, has been
suspended from the University for the
remainder of the semester for failure
to obey the ruling of the committee.
in prohibiting him from using his
The Auto)lnbiIe Committee.
University of Iichigan Band:
Be at Morris Hall in uniform at
7:00 tonight to play for the Senior
Sing. Important.
Paul F. Sehlanderer,
Student Manager.

Detroit Edison fellowship in metal-
lurgy: Claude Lester Clark.
Roy D: Chapin fellowship in high-
way engineering: Yasuhei Emori.
American Petroleum Institute fel-I
lowship in chemical engineering:
George Homer Fancher.
Natural Gasoline Manufacturers'
Association fellowships: Edwin Alfred
Clarke, Robert Wilson Leslie, Albert
Broadus Newman, Emory Monroe
Parke, Davis and Company fellow-
ship in pharmacy: Leonard Dana
A. B. Prescott fellowship in organic

McNaught medals in journalism:
Smith Henry Cady, Margaret Louise
Sherman, Morris Zwerdlin'.
Paul Gray testimonial in oratory:
Elizabeth L. Rabinoff.
Mrs. Eleanor Clay Ford testimonials
in debate: Norma Alzina Green, M.
Patricia Hodgson, Henrietta H. How-
ser, Miriam M. Olden, Laura M. Os-
good, Elizabeth L. Rabinoff.
James Couzens testimonials in de-
bate: ,Norman Chester Bowersox,
Karl Crawford, Stanley Ellwood Di-
mond, William Gall, Stephen Evering-
ton Jones, Richard T. Savage.
John S. Gray testimonials in debate:
Gerald O. Dykstra, Ephraim R. Gom-
berg, Stephen Everington Jones,
Thomas Victor Koykka, Robert S.
Miller, John O. Yeasting.
Lloyd's Register scholarship in ma-
rine engineering: William E. Ren-
ner, Leslie D. Weston, William C.
Conference medal in athletics and

E VERY now and then there's a
social event that almost demands
you have a car for a day or an evening.
In which case you'll find it mighty
convenient to step into our station-
select your car and be on the way-
yourself at the wheel.
You rent a car in about two min-
utes. No red tape. No annoying
questions. And our service has this
decided advantage-the cost is so low
you can afford to use a car frequently
if you wish.
The only requirement is that you
be qualified and competent to drive a
car. That's all.
Next time you want to go some-
where-days, evenings or week-ends
-we invite you to go in one of our
cars. You'll like the service.

Opening TONIGHT at 8:15
The Rockford
in George Arliss' Famous Success
Reynolds Evans as the Raja
Tomorrow at 8:15
Friday at 8:15
'The Green Goddess"
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall
All Seats, 75 cents-At Bookstores and door
Don't be disappoined. Reserve your seats
in advance.


Ride in Groups and Split the Cost
It costs no more for five to ride in one of our cars.
Plan a trip with three or four others-divide the bill-
and the cost to each is so simai you'll never miws it.

H. C. Anderson.
Joseph H. Cannon.


The Playleaders Examination in Detroit:
Civil service examinations will be given this spring for those interested
in positions as playleaders for the Recreation Department of the City of
Detroit. Only those who have been living in Detroit for at least a year
and who are twenty years and six months old are eligible. Those inter-
ested may obtain information concerning the examination at the Bureau
of Appointments.
Margaret Cameron.
Ann Arbor Householders:
The Rooming Committee will be at the Union between three and five
o'clock every afternoon this wek to register rooms vacant during the week
end of May 13, 14, 15.
W. Roger Greene.
Research Club:
The Research Club will meet in Room 2528 East Medical Building,
Wednesday, May 11, at 8 P. M. The following papers willtbe presented:"The
Biology of Cancer," by President C. C. Little; and "Creative Personality:
The Case of Milton," by Professor James H. Hanford.
The Council will meet in Room 101, Pharmacology Building, at 4:30
P. M.
Louis I. Bredvold, Secretary.


504 East Washington

Phone 3714





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Seniors of all Schools and Colleges:
A Senior Sing will be held in con-
junction with the Varsity Band con-
cert on the Library steps, Wednesday
evening, May 11, at 7:15 P. M. All
seniors are urged to attend, and are
requested to wear their caps and
gowns. I
Senior Sings Committee.
Sociology Club:
The Sociology Club will meet in
Room 302, Michigan Union, on Thurs-
day, May 12, at 7:30 P. M. At this
time members will be initiated into

Alpha Kappa Delta. Mr. Lewis Mum-
ford will meet with the Club directly
following the initiation ceremony.
Please be prompt.
B. C. Fuller.
Michigan Glee Club:
All members will meet at Hill
Auditorium at 11 o'clock today to take
part in the Honors Convocation.
L. Stuart Bulman, Manager.


215 S. Main St. (off Liberty)
Phone 3231
For Service and Quality, None Better

Members of Masques:
There will be a very
meeting of Masques today

in 203 Uni-



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