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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

FrnDAY,

i 20,

TH..CIA D d RDY.~ 0

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). CoDy must be typewritten.

VOLUME VIi

F"JjDAY, MAY --!O, 1927

NUMBER 167

Automobile Rulings:
The following action has been taken by the Automobile Committee:
Request for special permission to drive an automobile for the re-
mainder of the semester has been denied to Don M. Dixon, '27L, and Mar-
vin L. Mann, '28.a
The Autonobile Committee.
Faculty Meeting, School of Education:
There will be a Faculty Meeting of the School of Education, May 20,
at 4:05 P. M., Room 19, Tappan Hall.
A. S. Whitney.
Ann Arbor Art Association-:
An important group of paintings selected from the Thirty-Ninth Annual
American Exhibition held in the Art Institute of Chicago during Novemn-
ber is being' shown in West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall every after-
noon during May. This exhibition presents the works of some of the lead-
ing artists of contemporary America.
Bruce X. Donaldson.
Geology 134:
I shall be unable to meet my class at 8 o'clock this morning.
L. M. Gould'.
Geology 31:
There will be no lecture in Geology 31 today. The assignment for next
week will be Chapters 22 and 24. (Omit Chapter 23),.
L. 1. Gould.
Hygiene 101:
Hygiene assignment will be changed to Chapters 10 and 11 instead of
Chapters 9 and 10.
N. Sinai.
Physics, "Theory of Spectra:"
I shall not meet my class in "Theory o~f Spectra" this afternoon at
4 P. M.
0. Laporte.
May Festial Concert:
The program for the third concert in the May Festival Series will be
given in Hill Auditorium, Friday afternoon, May 20th, at 2:30 o'clock. The
program in full is as follows; Overture, "The Secret of Susanne" (Wolf
Ferrari), Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Adagio and Finale from Con-
certo in G Minor for Violin and Orchestra (Bruch), Lea Luboshutz; Can-
tata, "The Voyage of Arion" (Moore), Barre Hill and Children's Festival
Chorus; Suite, "Children's Games" (Bizet), Chicago Symphony Orchestra;
Praeludium et Allegro (Pugnani-Kreisler), Melody (Gluck), Rondo (Mo-
zart), Waltz in A major (Brahms), Lea Luboshutz; Sicilano and Finale
from Concerto in D Minor for Three Pianos and Orchestra (Bach), Eliza-
beth Davies, Ethel Hauser, Dalies Frantz.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
May Festival Concert:
'The program for the fourth concert in the May Festival Series will be
given in Hill Auditorium, Friday evening, May 20th, at 8:00 o'clock. The
program in full is as follows: Fantasie-Overture, "Youth" (Borowski),
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, (Conducted by the Composer); Aria, "Ernani
involami," from "Ernani" (Verdi), Rosa Ponselle; "Ode on a Grecian Urn,"
from First Choral Symphony (Holst), Scherzo-"Fancy" and "Folly's Song,"
from First Choral Symphony (Holst), jniversity Choral Union; Aria, "Pace,
. pace, Mo Dio," from "La Forza del Destino" (Verdi), Rosa Ponselle; Suite,
"Through the Looking Glass" (Taylor), Chicago Symphony Orchestra;
Wings of Night (Watts), Eros (Grieg), Lullaby (Scott), Piper of Love
(Carew) Rosa Ponselle; "Scenes De Ballet" (Glazounoff), Chicago Sym-
phony Orchestra.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Romance Club Meeting:
The postponed meeting of the Romance Club will be held at 7:30 the
evening of May 23 in Room 200, South Wing.
1Philip E. Bursley. 1
1tf. F. 323:I
All sections of M. E. 32 will meet Saturday morning, May 21, at 7:30
for the road tests.
W. E. Lay.
Senior.' Interested in Social Work:
There will be an examination for the position of Junior Social Inves-
tigator in the 'Department of Public Welfare of Detroit on Saturday, June

S3. Applications must be filed with the Civil Service Commission, 610 Mar-
quette Building, Detroit before May 27. This position (loes not require
previous social service experience- andl is open to residents of Detroit only.
The salary is $1560. I should be glad to talk with any seniors interested
in this opportunity.
# R. T. Lansdale.
Choral Un'io Ishers:
All ushers are requested to report at Hill Auditorium this afternoon be-
tween 1:30 add 2:00 P. M., and this evening between 7:00 and 7:30 P. M.
Also the same hours tomorrow for the May Festival concerts.
All members are to bring their cards to the Ingalls Street entrance.
W. A. Davenport, Assistant Superintendent,
Buildings & Grounds Dept.
Sophomore lngimers:
There will be a meeting of the Sophomore Engineering Class at 11:00
o'clock Friday, May 20, in Room 348.
John Gilmartin, President.
Phi Eta Sigma:
Several members have not as yet called for their certificates of mem-
bership; these may be obtained in Room No. 2, University Hall. The fel-
lowing should call for them:
R. M. Dickey E. F. Fischer
Samuel Kellman Allan Forbes
J. A. Land R. L. Smith
S. M. Litscher E. F. Yendall
Aaron Lowenstein J. C. Webster
II. 0. Olson D. S. Breisch
F. E. Wolf J. J. Knight
Leonard Scheele, President.
Summer Employment:
Mr. Lewis, branch manager of the North Ridge Brush Co., Inc., will
be in Room 306, Michigan Union, Friday, to explain their plan to all those
who desire information concerning summer employment.
IL. Wenidell Smith, Student Manager.
Sunier Employment:
e pMr. 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 summer
proposition with his company.
J. A. Bursley.
TWO EXPEDITIONS IN GOBI DESERT
WILL BE LED BY ANTHROPOLOGISTS

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Official Causes Raid ELEVEN INITIA TED
r l TO TAU BETA PI

Students initiated to Tau Beta Pa,
national honorary engineering society,
at the ceremony Tuesday night are
as follows : E. H. Lane, IiT. T. Ross ,
J. 0. Mathes I. N. Salmond L. D.
Weston, R. S. Potts, K. W. Mahyuss,
W. G. Cowell, F. N. Carey,V. 1 K. Ipe,
and W. . R. McConochie, all of the n-!
gineering class of 1928.
Mr. J. W. Parker, chief engineer ofI
the Detroit Edison comipanu,. wa-s!
toastmaster at the banquet which fol.
lowed the initiation ceremony. The
speakers included Prof. Henry C.
Riggs, of the civil engineering dlpart-
ment, Prof. A. 13. Moore, of the elec.
trical engineering department, and
Lawrence R. Buell, '27.
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News of two similtaneous expedi-
tions into the Gobi Desert is contain-
ed in a recent letter received in this
country from Dr. James H. Inghran
of China. The expeditions are being
led respectively by Roy Chapman An-
drews, head of the American Museum
of Natural History, and by Dr. Sven
Hedin, noted foreign anthropologist.
Mr. Andrews, who has addressed
several Ann Arbor audiences, startled
the world last year by his discovery
of dinosaur eggs belonging to a spe-
cies known to have inhabited Color-
ado. This brilliant discovery was the
climax of a long series made by Mr.
Andrews in tracing the origin of ani-
mals back to Asia. The object of his
present expedition is to locate the
site of the Garden of Eden, the cradle
of the race. Dr. Hedin is further at-
' mpting to establish some important

connections he has found between an-
cient Asiatic races and the American
Indian. It has been suggested that the
two expeditions may have identical
aims in that the direct antecedents of
the American Indian may also have
been the parents of the entire race of
man.
Chinese bandits, under Russian in-
fluence, have been holding up the ex-
peditions, not allowing them to enter
Mongolia. Recent severance of diplo-
matic relations between Russia and
China, however, indicates that it may
be possible to begin work soon.

Sir William Joyuson-Flicks
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