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SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1927
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VOLUME VY1 SUNI)AY, MAY 22, 1927 , NUMBER 10i
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 Novem-
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 3. Donaldson.
Research Fellowships in Real Estate:
The School of Business Administration offers for the academic year
1927-28, six $500 research fellowships in Real Estate. These awards will
be open to graduate students in any department of the University. Students
to whom the fellowships are given will be expected to devote a considerable
part of their time to research under the direction of Professor E. M. Fisher.
Those interested should write at once to this office, giving academic stand-
ing and specific qualifications for the work.
Edmund E. Day.
W. Mansfield Clark, Director of the U. S. Hygienic Laboratory, Wash-
ington, D. C., will speak on Oxidation-Reduction Potential Indicators,
Thursday, May 26, at 8:00 P. M., in the Chemistry Amphitheatre. This
lecture is under the auspices of the American Chemical Society. All in-
terested are cordially invited.
B. A. Soule, Secretary.
Maieinatics, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the Mathematics staff of the Colleges of
Engineering and Architecture on Monday, May 22, at 5 P. M:, in Room 315,
West Engineering Building.
Subscriptions Of College Students Will STUDENT BANQUET
Help To RestoreShakespeare Memorial SPEAKERS CHOSEN
Speakers for the Lutheran student
When fire destroyed the Shake- interested in the idea that a perman- banquet for Seniors which is to be
fpeare Memorial Theatre last year ent monument to Shakespeare would given in Zion Lutheran Parish Hall,
he world lost the only permanent be a fitting tribute to the bard. They Sunday evening, have been announced
E tribute to the famous Elizabethan realized that if his works were to as follows: Drl C. P. Harry of Phil-
poet. People from all over the world live an adequate place would be need- adelphia, Lutheran general secretary
felt the loss so keenly that a world- ed where he could be studied and ap-lof religious work among university
wide campaign was formed in an at- preciated. students; the Rev. A. E. Bell, of To-
tempt to restore it America was ask- The workers felt that Shakespeare ledo; and Harold Neilson, recently
<td fa X1,000.000 of the $3,500,000 need- deserved more than a mere stone tri- elected president of the Lutheran Club
ed. Colleges throughout the country !ute so provisions were made for a here. Norman C. Bowersox, retiring
have contributed over $50,000 of this school of acting, a library, a museum president, will preside as toastmaster.
su~n. All Lutheran students in the Uni-
sum. and a picture gallery. After years ofA
Michigan was appealed to for a sub- a-angements the Shakespeare Me- versity of Michigan are Invited.
scription and during the last few morial Theater was finally complet- 1,000 people, the stage will be larger,
days has collected a substantial sum. ed. th'e library more complete, and every-
However, next week the scrolls, which Famous men from the world over thing will be reproduced on a more
the subscribers endorse and which made the theater their favorite haunt. adequate scale. Fortunately the man-
will be bound and placed in the new Eminent writers and poets from Amer- uscripts and collections were saved
theater, will be circulated on thea ica visited the home of this great from the fire and the works in the new
c,'m pus and in the class rooms. Con- poet. His dramas lived again during memorial will be as original as the
tibutions of $1.00 are asked, and the Festival which was held in the ones in the old.
those in charge feel confident that the summer of every year.
students will respond The national# The theater h'ad become one of thep +NO
committee has allowed the University literary centers of the world when it FRATERNITY BADGES
of Michigan an extra week in which was destroyed by fire. Already it had
to subscribe. proved insufficient to the demands ofnY
The theater was constructed in 1879 its visitors. The new plans were for- PUR PATTERSON & CO.
by a group of men, headed by the mulated accordingly. The site will be South University at Forest
mayor of Stratford-on-Avon, who were the same, but the theater will seat
G. L. Jackson.
When you think of your typewriter needs Think of Rider's Pen Shop
where you have always had service.
Corona, Royal, and Remington Portables.
Underwood, Royal, Remington, Smith and other excellent machines for rent.
Carbons and Ribbons (The Aulta Brand).
A luncheon for men students interested in the 1927-8 Round-the-World
Cruise will be 'held Monday, May 23, at 12:10 at the Michigan Union. No
reservations necessary. Details regarding faculty, courses, etc., can be
secured at this time.
Carlton F. Wells.
Mathlmatics Staff, Literary College:'
There will be a meeting of those who teach first-year courses in Room
3010 A. H., on Monday, May 23, at 4:15 P. M.
James W. Glover.
Business Administration Students:
Mr. A. Heath Onthank, formerly Chief of the Domestic Commerce Divis-
ion, United States Department of Commerce, and now Director of Market
Research with George Harrison Phelps, Inc., will speak to Business Ad-
ministration students on "Some Phases of Market Analysis" on Monday
afternoon, May 23rd, at 4:1.5 in Room 206, Tappan Hall.
C. E. Griffin.
Meets Monday, May 23, at 7:45 in Room 304, Michigan Union. Professor
H. C. Carver speaks on "Growth and Population Curves." All members of
staff and graduate students in Economics and Business Administration are
Z. C. Dickinson.
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P. M., Tuesday, May 24, in
Room 1041, New Physics Building. Professor W. W. Sleator will speak on
"The Light Vector." Anyone interested is invited to attend.
W. F.. Colby.
A. S. C. E-Student Chapter:
The last meeting of this year will be held Monday night, May 23, at 8
o'clock in the Union. It is especially important that all members be pres-
Ralph B. Ehlers.
Employment For Students:
Mr. W. E. Sharp of Jackson, Michigan, will be in Room 325, Michigan
Union, Monday, May 23d, from 2 to 5 o'clock to interview students inter-
bsted in a business proposition from now until next fall-part and full time
in this and adjoining territory.
J. A. Bursley.
News of a British raid on the head- the right is a photo of M. Khinchuk,
quarters of Arcos Limited, in London, who heads the agency at London, but
a buying and selling agency for the who was absent at the Geneva econom-
All-Russian co-operative society, has ic conference at the time of the raid.
spread a wave of indignation through- Khinchuk succeeded Leonid Krassin
at the post when Krassin died last
out Russia, finding expression in 1 November. Winston Chnrchill, Lord
demonstrations against Great Britain Birkenhead, and Sir William Joynson-
at Moscow. The agency is staffed by Hicks are the members of the British
the Russian trade delegation whose cabinet favoring forceful action
headquarters were supp'osed to have against the Soviet, of which the raid
the status of an embassy. Above to was an example.
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TO HONOR HEROES will be sealed in the cornerstone.
RTefinal honor roll of military
WISCNST-Imp'esive ereon-service will be embossed in a huge
WISCONSIN--Impres-sive ceremon-sr eia oorrleo mlts
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nerstone of the University of Wis-
consin Memorial Union building on
Memorial Day, May 30, when Wiscon- An Extra Discount on
sin students who lost their lives in DANCE FAVORS
war service will be specially honored.D N F R
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the university who died in war ser' South University at Forest
vice, and of 9,523 alumni who have
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Hindustan Club will be held on Sunday, May 22, at 3
Mr. D. S. Sodhi will give a brief but interesting and
"Indian Electoral System.",
P. S. Singh, Secretary.
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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.
Philip E. Bursley.
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