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THE MICH-IGCAN

DAILY

TUESDAY. MAY 24. 1

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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 TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1927 NUBiEiR 170

Per Spelman (Folk Song), God Morgen (Greig), Synnove's Sang (Kjerulf),
Odina Olson; Song of the Open (LaForge), When Your Dear Hands (La-
Forge), Tears of God (Mowrey), Me Company Along (Haageman), Odina 01-
son. Accompanists: Ruth Moore and Donna Esselstyn.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.

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Automobile Rulings:
The following action was taken by the automobile committee yester-
day:
Mr. Saul Harris, '30, has been placed on probation for the remainder
of the semester for driving without a permit.
Mr. Irving Milson, '30, has been denied special permission to drive.
Mr. Horace C. Brimacombe, 28, B.A., has been denied permission to
drive.
The Automobile Committee.
Staff, Department of Rhetoric and Journalism:
The staff of the Department of Rhetoric and Journalism is invited to lunch
and to meet Mr. Lane Cooper at myhome (1817 Washtenaw Avenue) today
(Tuesday) at 12:15.
Waldo Abbott.
To the Deans:
There will be no Conference of the Deans on Wedesday, May 25, 1927.
F. E. Robbins.
Notice to Seniors:
Your Diploma Fee must be paid to the Treasurer of the University bc-
fore 4 P. M., Thursday, May 26.
Procure your diploma ticket from the Secretary or Recorder of your
school.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Spanish Lecture:
Professor Navarro Tomas, of Madrid, famous scholar and authority on
the Spanish language, will give two lectures in Spanish under the auspices
of the Department of Romance Languages on Wednesday, May 25, at 4:15
o'clock, Room "C," Law Building and Thursday, May 26, at 4:15 o'clock,
Room "C," Law Building. The public is cordially invited.
I. '. Thieme
Exhibition of Pencil Drawings by Earl Horter:
During the week of May 23 a collection of original pencil drawings by
Earl Horter will be on exhibition in the Architectural Reading Room, 205 W.
Engineering Building. These are unusually skillful drawings which bring
out the entire range of pencil technique.
Emil Lorch.
"The Michigan Book:"
Will the person who borrowed the copy of "The Michigan Book" belong-
ing to the Alumni Association please return it at once?
Wilfred B. Shaw, General Secretary.
Research Club:.
The May meeting of the Research Club will be held in Room 2528, East
Medical Building on Wednesday, May 25, at 8 P. M. The following papers
will be read: "The Biology of Cancer," by President C. C. Little; and "Cre-
ative Personality: The Case of John Milton," by Professor J. H. Hanford..
The Council will meet in Room 101, Pharmacology Building at 4:30.
Louis I. Bredvold, Secretary.
Mr. Abbott's Freshmen Group:
The complimentary diner for the group winning the Advisory Group
championship will be held at the Michigan Union Wednesday evening, May
25, 6:30 P. M. All members of Mr. Abbott's group are invited.
Waldo Abbot.
Organ Recital Omitted:
The regular Wednesday Organ Recital will be omitted this week.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
To the Members of the Student Christian Association, Men and Women:
There will be a meeting of the members of the Student Christian As-
sociation in the Auditorium of Lane Hall at 4:15 W dnesday afternoon,
June 1st. The purpose of the meeting is to consider and adopt amendments
to tlie Articles of Incorporation of Association. All men and women who
signified some church preference at their last enrollment in the University
are members of the Association.
George H. Likert, Jr., President.
Choral Union Book Refunds:
Members of the University Choral Union desiring to receive back book
refunds are requested to return their books to the office of the University
School of Music between the hours of 10:00-12:00 A., M., and 1:00-4:00 P.
M., not later than Friday, May 27th. After that date no refunds will be made.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Graduation Recital:
The following program will be given in the School of Music Auditor-
ium, in the Students' Recital .Series, Wednesday evening at8:15 o'clock, by
Odina Olson, pupil of Theodore Harrison, assisted by Pauline Kaiser andl
Mary Alice Case, violinists. The general public is cordially invited to attend.
Pace, Pace, Mio Dio (Verdi) Odina Olson; Le Miroir (Ferrari, Chanson Re-
vee (Pesse), Chore Nuit (Bachelet), Odina Olson; Concerto for two Violins
(Bach), Pauline Kaiser and Mary Alice Case; Paal Paa Haugen (Folk Song),

Physics Colloquium:
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.
t niversity of Michigan Band:
Meet in uniform at Morris Hall, at 6:50, Wednesday night, to go to Lan-
tern Night ceremonies.
P. F. Selhlanderer.
Mathematical Club:
The regular monthly luncheon is, postponed till Wednesday, June 1.
r. W. Denton.
Engineering College Faculty:
The social-program for the year will end with a social dinner on Thurs-
day, May 26, 6:20 P. M., at the Michigan Union.
To this final dinner, the entire Engineering College Faculty is invited.
Kindly make reservations by telephoning Mrs. Mellott, University 12-M,
by 4:00 P. M., Thursday.
Committee on Faculty Social Meetings.
Scabbard and Blade:
Informal initiation of new candidates has ben postponed to Satur-
day, May 28. Assembly will be at the flagpole at 2 P. M. All active, honor-
ary, and inactive members are cordially invited to assist. Candidates are
to report to R. O. T. C. headquarters today or tomorrow for detailed instruc-
tions.
Marshall H. Levy, Chairman.
Athena Literary Society:
On account of the Freshman Pag eant, the regular meeting of Athena
will be postponed until Thursday night, when it will take place at the reg-
ular time.
Florence A. Pollock, President.
Quarterdeck:
A meeting of Quarterdeck will b held in Room 302 of the Union, Tues-
day, May 24, at 7:30 P. M.
L. D. Weston, Steward.
Negro-Caucasian Club:
Important meeting for presentation of reports and discussion, Friday,
May 27, at 8 P. M., in Lane Hall.
Wm. M. Howard.
Landscape Club:
There will be a meeting of Landscape Club, for election of officers,
Wednesday night, May 25, at 8:00 o'clock.
Wayne H. Laverty.
Geology 2:
There will be ito examination in Geology 2 Wednesday afternoon at
4:00 P. M.
I. D. Scott.
Religion 14:
Meeting of thehTuesdaydsection today at 3 o'clock, Newberry Hall. On
Wednesday Dr. John B. Andrews will give the last of the general public
lectures.
A. E. Wood.

Mail:
Mail for the following persons is being held, undeliverable, at the Post-
office. It may be claimed by the owners if called for at the General De-
livery Window, Main Office, on or before May 27, 1927:
William Banfield, Pedro M. Blanco, Mrs. Wim. B. Buck, Carrol Byerly,
W. M. Coates, Ernest E. Dale, S. T. Dana, Edward Dingwell, Patrick Doyle,
Binghamn Davis Eblen, Virginia Follette, John Goss, M. E. Hepsch, James I.
Johnson. Chalmer Kirkbride, Fred Kuhn, Lloyd Kurtz, Dr. Harriets M. Mc-
Kenzie, Robt. H. MacRae, Raymond W. R. Maier, Martin Mol, Kenneth O.
Myrick, John S. P. Patlock, Edward j. Pettit, B. Rockham, John E. Rober-
son, Horacio Rodriguez, William Seifritz, Harry Sherril, Donald G. Whalen,
Chan San Young.

CLARK, CHEMIST,
TO SPEAK HERE
THURSDAY NIGH T
W. Mansfield Clark, professor of
chemistry, Hygenic laboratory, Unit-
ed States Public Health service, will
give a lecture on ",The Determination
of Hydrogen Ions" at 8 o'clock Thurs-
day night in the Chemistry amphithe-
atre. Dr. Clark is the co-originator of
the sulfonphthalein series of indica-
tors now universally used in med-'
ical, bacteriological, chemical, and
biological work in laboratories.
Robert Ramsay Will
Leave Post Here To
Instruct At Cornell
Acceptance of a position as instruc-
tor in history at Cornell university for
next year has been announced by
Robert G. Ramsay, Grad., assistant to
Prof. Arthur L. Cross of the history
department. Mr. Ramsay was news ed-
itor of The Daily in 1924-25, night ed-
itor 1923-24, and managing editor of
the Summer Daily in 1924. He has for
some years been a musical critic for
The Daily. He will leave for Ithaca
after attending the summer session,
during which time he will continue
work on his Ph.D. requirements.
CINCINNATI- The university is
adding two weeks to its summer term.

Six Awards Offered'
Students Enrolled In
Courses In Business
Six fellowships to be awarded to
students of the School of Business Ad-i
ministration who specialize in real
estate have been announced. They are
to be used by such students designat-
ed as recipients of the scholarships to
do research work in real estate.
The scholarships are as follows:
I The John Buys research fellowship
awarded by the GrandtRapids real
estate board, $500 for, three Fears;
the Fred Paterson and brother re-
search fund, $500 for three years; The
brokers division of the Detroit real
estate board fellowship, $500 for one
year; the Irving Cy Huston fellow-
ship, $500 for five years; The Michigan
real estate assocition fellowship, $500
for three years; The Detroit real es-I
tate board fellowship, $500 for three{
years. They will be awarded in Sep-
tember cr October of this year for
the coming school year only.

I GAR Y OPTIMISTIC
FOR U. S. FUTURE
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, May 21.-The outlook
for continued prosperity in the Unit-
ed States is bright, Elbert H. Gary.
chairman of the United States Ste6J
Corporation, yesterday told members
of the American Iron & Steel Insti-
tute at their annual meeting. He
added, however, a note of caution in
discussing competition, which he
termed a "burning subject."
"I think competition is carried too
far sometimes," he said, and added
that, while keen competition is desir-
able as an incentive to greater effi-
ciency and lower costs.
Citing large national resources and
low money rates as indications of the
country's prosperity, Mr. Gary gave it
as his opinion that opportunities for
progress are better than ever before
and continued: "Never before in my
affiliation with the steel industry has
there been a time when governmental
administration was honestly, sincerely
and actually so much interested in
tho prosperity of the people of the
country."
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Haynes And Wife To
Take Trip To Europe
After two years as director of the
University hospital, Dr. Harley A.
Haynes, accompanied by his wife, will
leave Ann Arbor this noon for an ex-
tended vacation tour of Europe this
summer.
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Sketches By Pencil
Artist To Be Shown
During Present Week
Drawings By Earl Horter On Display
In Architectural Reading Room
At Engineering Buildimig
According lto an announcement from
the office of the head of the College of
Architecture, a collection of original
pencil drawings by Earl Horter will
be on exhibition in the Architectural
Reading Room, 205 W. Engineering
building during the remainder of thel
week. These are unusually skilful
drawings which bring out the entire
range of pencil technique, according
to Brof.Emil Lorch of the College of
Architecture.
Prof. Lorch says of Mr. Horter, "He
is one of the ablest of the artists us-
ing pencil as a medium of expression.
Refinement, breadth, and strength are
all found in his work, which illus-
trates the entiresrange of what can be
done with a pencil in the hands of
an artist.
Reproductions of the drawings now
on exhibition have been published in
art and architectural journals of prac-
tically the entire world as an adver-
tising media for the Dixon Crucible
company.

YOUR DIPLOMA

Is an important item in
graduation, Likewise the cap
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friends who shower you so
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