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THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1927 NbUMBER 166
rtant group of paintings selected from the Thirty-Ninth Annual
:hibition held in the Art Institute of Chicago during Novem-
shown in West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall every after-
May. This exhibition presents the works of some of the lead-
Bruce X. Donaldson.
it has been made by Professor Parker of Yale to the students'
of all American universities to assist in raising a fund for
on of the Shakespeare Memorial Theater at Stratford-upon-
theater was destroyed by fire March, 1926. Already more
the colleges have responded. Michigan will certainly wish
t. Members of the faculty, and students are invited to inscribe
on the pcrolls, which will be bound as a permanent record
: placed in the new Memorial Theater when it is completed.
dollar are requested. The scrolls may be signed and dona-
i the lobby of the Gen il Library Thursday and Friday from
and from 1:00 to 5:0T, and on Saturday from 8:00 to 12:00.
J. Raleign Nelson, Chairman.
day, May 19th, at 4:15 P. M., in the Natural Science Auditor-
Sandorf '23E, formerly associated with the Development and
artment of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company,
lk on "The Use of the Electric Harmonic Analyser in Engi-
eryone interested is invited to attend.
Maurice R. Nelson, Chairman A. I. E. E....
lie Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
of conflict between scheduled periods for Final Examinations
ven in the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture should'
o the undersigned at once by the students affected.,
C. H. Fessenden.
o would be able to make a trip to Detroit on Saturday, May
e meet at thiee o'clock Thursday in Room. 103, Ec. Bldg., to
I am calling this meeting because of a misunderstanding
R. T. Lansdale. r
ers ivho assisted during the winter concerts and who have
used, are requested to report at Hill Auditorium between
tonight. Also, Friday and Saturday evenings.
iday and Saturday afternoons between 1:30 and 2:00 for the
W. A. Davenport, Asst. Supt.
Buildings & Grounds Dept.
ram for the second concert in the May Festival Series will
ill Auditorium, Thursday evening, May 19th, at 8:00 o'clock.
in full is as follows: Overture "Leonore," Op. 72, No. 3
Funeral March from °'Eroica" (Beethoven), Chicago Symphony
issa Solemnis in D, Op. 123 '(Beethoven), Betsy Lane Shepard,
krthur Hackett-Granville, William Simmons, University Choral
r Christian; and Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary. '
unts Christian Aslociation:
>ers of the Chinese Students Christian Association are cor-
ed to attend an election and social meeting to be held on Fri-
May 20, at 7:30 in Wesley Hall.
Alfred S. T. 'Pu.
BOB CRUZET'S LAKE HOUSE
Th'e "Santa Maria II", new plane in which Commander Francisco de
Pinedo, Italian flyer, has planned to complete his four-continent flight, has
arrived in New York.
H., at 7:00 instead of the usual time in order that those desiring to at-
tend the May Festival may do so.
The program for tonight will be as follows:
1.. "Non-Euclidean Geometry" . ..... . ............Ellen Groff
2. "Curvature" ..... .... ...G. H. Amerman
Madeline Bowers, Secretary.
Mr. Lewis, branch manager of the North Ridge Brush Co., Inc., will
be in Room 306, Michigan Union, Thursday and Friday, to explain their
plan to. all those who desire information concerning summer employment.
L. Wendell Smith, Student Manager.
Mr. L. H. Hart, of THE FRONTIER PRESS COMPANY of Buffalo, N.
Y., will be in Room 302, Michigan Union, .on Friday afternoon, May 20,
from three to five o'clock, to interview students interested in a summerj
proposition with his company.l
J. A. Bursley.
Duplicates for lost Michiganensian receipts cannot be given out this
week during distribution. All persons who have lost theirs should call at
the 'Ensian office next week in order to obtain duplicates, and books.
J. A. Cunningham, Sales Manager."
Economics 131, Combinations and Trusts:
The hour examination to be given Friday, May 20, will be held in Na-
tural Science Auditorium.
HI. L. Caverly.
FACULTY IS ANNOUNCED
Prof. James L. Parks of University
of Missourn will teach in the Law
I School this summer, according to an-
nouncement of the dean of the sum-
i mer session. Prof. Parks will offer a
course in corporations.
I Ten resident members of the law
school faculty will give courses in
the summer session, including courses
in pleading, contracts, administrative,
tribunals, agency, bills and notes, con-
flict of laws, equity, evidence, public
utilities, rights of land, taxation and
The law school summer session will
begin June 21 and continue until Sept.
1. The regular class work will be
I divided into two periods of five weks
I each. The schedule of the summer
sessions is so planned as to offer in
successive summer most of the
prescribed courses of the first two
years of the work leading to a de-
Members of the facultyrwho will
teach this summer are Prof. Victor
H. Lane, Edson R. Sunderland, Ralph.
H. Aigler, Edgar N. Durfee, Grover C.
Grismore, Edwin D. Dickinson, Burke
Shartel, Herbert F. Goodrich, Edwin
B. Stason and Paul A. Leidy.
Dates for the next state examination
for engineers and surveyors to be held
at the University and at Michigan State
college have been announced as June
16, 17,,and 18, 1927, by the Mfchigan
State Board of Examiners for the reg-
istration of architects, engineers and
Tlhse interested, it is announced.
can receive application blanks and full
information by writing to the offices of
the Board, 1043 Book building, Detroit.
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gy Journal Club:
'he Zoology Journal Club will meet Thursday, May 19, at 7:00 P. M.,
om 242, N.. S. Building. Professor Reighard will discuss "Studies in
,h Reading" and Professor Okelberg will review literature relating to
rigin of germ cells n mamnials.
.11 interested are cordially invited to -attend.
F. N. Blanchard.
here will be an important business meeting this evening, Thursday,.
19, at 7:30 in Room 204, south wing. Every member is requested to
MAKE PLANS FOR
Planstfor the class reunions to be.
h eld this June are rapidly going for-
Ward to completion. One of the un-
usual features of the reunions this
year will be that of the class of 1867.
Of the forty-three that graduated in
that class, six were alive in 1921. It
is expected that /three of four mem-
bers of the class will come back after
60 years to renew old friendships. H.
B. Churchill A. B. '67, M. A. '70, will
be incharge of the reunion.
An attempt will be made to bring(
Dr. John Parker Stoddard of Muske-
gon to Ann Arbor during the reunion.
Dr. Stoddard is the oldest living alum-
nus in point of graduation, having ob-
tained- his A. B. degree in 1859. Dr.
Stoddard was born February, 1935.
Alpha Omega Alpha, national hon-
orary medical fraternity, held its
semi-annual initiation ceremonies and
banquet last night in the Union. Dr.
Hugh Cabot, Dean of the Medical
School, acted as toastmaster for the
Dr. William J. Mayo, '83, founder
of the Mayo, Clinic 'at Rochesteri
Minn., was the chief speaker of the
evening, and addressed the group on
"The Psychology of Medicine." Newf
members initiated were Wiley S.
Sams, '28M, Carl P. Huber, '27M, John
F. Huber, 28M,dWoodard A. Nietham
mer '28 , and ichard U. Light,
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