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DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

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.

VOLUME VII

THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1927

NUMBER 160

Action of the Discipline Committee:
The foljowing action has been taken by the Discipline Committee in
regard to students found guilty of hazing:
(1) Mr. Urban J. Farnsworth, '29, and Mr. Donald M. Lyon, '29 E. &
A., suipended for the remainder of this academic year.
(2) Mr. Harry M. Grinnell, '29 E. & A., and Mr. William W. Luitje,
'29, plaed on. probation for the remainder of this University year and the
first semester of thu. year 1927-1928.
Herbert F. Goodrich, Secretary.
University Senate:
The fourth regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1926-
1927 will be held in Room C, Law Building, on Monday, May 16 at 4:15 in the
afternoon.
Order of Business:
1. RESOLVED: That the Senate, at its next election of members of the
Board of Directors of the Michigan Union, shall elect three members for
terms of three years, two years, and one year respectively, the candidate
receiving the largest number of votes to be designated for the three-year
term,'the candidate ranking next highest in the number of votes received
to be designated for the two-year term, and the candidate ranking third in
the number of votes received to be designated for the one-year term, and
that thereafter the Senate shall elect each year one member of the Board
of Directors of the Michigan Union for a term of three years.
II. Election of Senate Members of the Board of Directors of the Mich-
igan Union.
III. Annual Report of the Board In Control of Student Publications.
IV. Report of the Committee Appointed to Make a Study of Adult Edu-
cation in the State.
V. Memorial to Professor W. J. Hussey.
V. .ilection of Secretary.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate.
Faculty of th(e Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the faculty of these Colleges on Thursday,
May 12, at 4:15 p. m., in Room 348, West Engineering Building. The mem-
bers of the Senate Committee on Undergraduate Studies are again invited
to be present. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
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.
Floating University:
All students interested in the Floating University will have an oppor-
tunity to meet faculty members .and students who went on the 1926-1927
cruise at luncheon Friday, May 13, at 12:15 p. m. at the Michigan Union.
Inquire at the main desk.No reservation necessary.
Carlton F. Wells.
Geography 112:
Make up examination Friday, May 13, at three, instead of Saturday
morning as previously announced.
S. D. Dodge.
Graduaie Students in Education:
Preliminary Examinations for the Doctor's Degree in Education will be
given at 2 o'clock Thursday, Friday and Saturday afternoons, May 13, 14,
and 15. These examinations will be held in Room 212, University High
School, Clifford Woody.
Philosophy Courses 102 and 110:
Work in these classes will be continued. The classes will meet at the
usual hour.
...... Roy Wood Sellars
Lecture by Mr. Lewis Mumford:
The College of Architecture announces a lecture by Mr. Lewis Mum-
ford on "The Skyscraper" in the Natural Science Auditorium, Friday, May
13, at 4:15.
Emil Lorch.
Geology 2:
The second supplementary examination will be held Thursday at 4
o'clock in. Room 437 N. S.
I. D. Scott.
Public Lecture:
"The F.ture of the City" is the subject of a lecture to be given by
Mr. Lewis Mumford, of New York City, on Thursday, May 12, at 4:15 P. M.
in Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture is in connection with the
Seminar of the Michigan School of Religion on "The Moral Issues of Modern
Life."

IN APPRECIATION
(Continued from Page Four)
Dean Lloyd was a splendid force on
our camfpus! His well poised mind,
coupled with his sympathetic attitude,
drew his colleague to him for advice
ion important matters. He was broad-
gaged and liberal, open to argument
and reason, and always willing, in-
deed anxious, to see the other's point
of view. Dean Lloyd was a splendid
influence on The campus. Ile stood for
the highest ideals of manhood and
scholarship. Ile had a wonderfully
tender heart for the delinquencies of
students. Ile passed on them with the
future of the student always in mind.
As a colleague and companion, Dean
Lloyd will remain a sweet memory.
Mortimer E. Cooley.
Those who knew Dean Lloyd's sane,
always kindly, courageous spirit-and
this includes all who knew him at all
-realize what his loss means to the
University of Michigan. His services
to the University meant for him ar-
duous labor through many years, but
it was always performed wisely and
in Dr. Lloyd's characteristically unos-
tentatious way. To his colleagues,
whether of his own age of younger,
it has been much to have him as a
friend. What he has been to us we
cannot express in words. But his
calm, kind, loveliness of character is
something that we shall not lose.
Frank E. Robbins.
Dean Lloyd was a penatrating
thinker, a stimulating teacher, and a
man of rare wisdom. His extraordi-
narily clear insight into the complex
problems of American univerity life
enabled him to guide the affairs of the
graduate school with steady hands and
promote to a remarkable degree its
highest interest. His kindly and calm
counsel were much prized by his stu-
dents and colleagues and heartily fol-
lowed. In him there was that un-
usual combination of the true scholar
and the 'wise administrator so that
it will be extremely difficult to find a
man worthy to be his successor.
Max Winkler.
I Circolo Ialiano:
Prof. W. A. McLaughlin will speak
on "In Umbria and Tuscany," Thurs-
day evening, May 12, in Room D,
Alumni Memorial, at 7:30. The lec-
ture will be illustrated. All members
are urged to attend, and the public is
cordially invited. No charge.
J. E. Megaro, Pres.
Sociedad iHispanica:
There wil be a meetiing of the Span-
ish Society at 7:30 Thursday even-
ing. This will be the last social meet-
ing of the year and will be in the
Upper Room in Lane Hall. , Nomina.-
tions will be made for officers for next
year. Royden T. Susumago, Special,
will sing a series of Spanish songs.
There will be refreshments. Faculty
and all persons interested are invited.
Athena Literary Society:
The Athena-Portia Debate will take
place on Thursday, of this week, in
the Portia room, at 7:30 o'clock. As
this takes the place of the regular
weekly meeting, all members are re-
quired to be present.
Florence A. Pollock, President...
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.

R. C. Fuller.
Pi Lambda Theta:
There wil be a brief but important
business meeting Thursday at seven-
thirty o'clock at Delta Delta Delta,
718 Tappan.
Virginia Earl, President.
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.
League For Industrial Democracy:
Mr. Morris T. Price, recently re-
turned from Shanghai, will discuss
the situation in China at the present
time at a special meeting to be held
Thursday evening at 8:00 in the
Union. C. B. Smith.
Negro-Caucasian Club:
All members are requested to at-
tend a banquet given by the club Fri-
day evening, May 13, 9:00 P. M.., at
the Collegian Restaurant, 113 S. Main
street. 1'. If. howard.
Negro-Cancasian Club:
By invitation of the L. I. D. mem-
bers of the Negro-Caucasian Club may
meet at the Michigan Union, Thurs-

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Mineralogy 18 (Mineralogy for Students in Dentistry):
Arrangements have been made to offer this course during the Summer
Session. The attention of dental students, especially those intending to
enter the School of Dentistry next semester, is therefore called to this fact.
Further information may be obtained through consultation at my office,
M-446, Natural Science Building.
Albert B. Peck.
Zoology Journal Club:
The Zoology Journal Club will meet Thursday, May 12, at 7:30 P. M.
in Room 242, N. S. Bldg. Paul A . Moody will review two articles on verte-
brate morphology; W. T. Dempster will review an article on The Physio-
logical Conception of the Gobgi Apparatus; and L. D. Dickey will review
some recent parasitological work in Japan.
All interested are cordially invited to attend.
F. N. Blanchard.
Summer Work:
Mr. Hart, representing The Frontier Press Company of Buffalo, N. Y.,
will be in Room 308, Michigan Union, Thursday afternoon, May 12th, from
3 to 6 o'clock, to interview students interested in summer employment.
J. A. Bursley.
Choral Union Ushers:
All ushers and ticket takers who assisted during the winter concerts
are requested to assist during the May Festival, starting Wednesday
evening, May 18th, and continuing through Saturday.
Anyone not being able to be on duty during these four days is re-
quested to notify their Floor Head or myself not later than Monday noon,
May 16th. Phone--Univ. 117; Main 9512, or 7987.
W. A. Davenport,
Ass't. Supt. Buildings and Grounds Dept.
Varsity Glee Club:
All members will turn in their tickets today at Room 3Q8, Michigan
Union, between 1 and 5:30. It is important that this money be collected
L. Stuart Bulinan, Manager.
Scalp and Blade Men:
Last meeting of the year at the Union this afternoon at 5:15, Room
306. It is exceedingly important that every member be present. The
meeting will be followed by the final dinner of the year.

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