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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 WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1927 NU3LBER 171

Gradate(luj)i!n ii Educatjon:
Theinext meeting i the Graduate Club in Education will be l1pid at
my home, 1G07 (ranger Avenue, Wednesday evening, May 25, at half past
seven o'clock. All graduate students in Education are cordially invited to
1 attend.
Clifford Woody, Faculty Sponsor.
jAlpha, -n :
The Spring Initiation will be held this afternoon at four o'clock on the
fourth floor of Angell Hall. Following the Initiatin the Banquet will be
held in the Union for the new members. Tickets may be secured by mem-
hers from the ofliers or at the Union just prior to the Banquet at 6:30.
Lyle F. Elsernian, President.

Notice to All Expecting to Receive Diplomas or Certificates
at Commencement:
Tomorrow, Thursday, May 26, before 4 o'clock P. M., is the last oppor-
tunity for the payment of the fee by anyone expecting to receive a diploma,
teacher's certificate, dental hygienist's certificate, or any other certificate
at Commencement, 1927. There can be no exceptions to this rule. The tic-
ket must be secured from your Secretary or Recorder, must be filled out,
and deposited with your fee in the Treasurer's office before the closing
huour, 4 P. M.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretar.y
Committee on Accredited Schools:
The Committee on Accredited Schools will meet in the office of Regis-
trar Smith on Thursday, May 26, at 4 P. M.
J. B. Edmonson, Secretary.
Student Council:
All members of last year's Student Council and newly elected mem-
bers will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the Union.
Thomas Cavanaugh, President.
Spanish Lecture:
The subject of the lecture which will be given in Spanish today (Wed-
nesday), under the auspices of the Department of Romance Languages, by
Prof.' Navarro Tomas, famous scholar and authority on the Spanish Ian-.
guage, of the Centro de EstudiosiHistoricos, of Madrid, will be Rasgos esen-
elales de la Fonetica espanola. He will speak in Room C, Law Building at
4:15 o'clock. The public is invited.
Julio Del Toro.
Zoology I:
My quiz section meeting Friday, May 27, at 9 will increase its assign-
ment for that hour to cover pages 291-323.
A. Franklin Shull.
Public Lecture:
Dr. John B. Andrews, Secretary of the American Association for Labor
Legislation, will lecture on "The Function of Labor Legislation in Social
Welfare" on Wednesday, May 25 at 4:15 P. M., in Natural Science Auditor-
ium. The lecture is in connection with the Seminar of the Michigan School
of Religion on "The Moral Issues of Modern Life."
The public is cordially invited.
Angelyn Stevens.
Geology :
Make-up excursions will be conducted today, Wednesday, May 25, at
one o'clock.
I. D. Scott.
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.
Women's Research Club:
Women's Research Club will meet tonight in Room B 173, Natural Sci-
ence Building, at 7:30. Mrs. Erlanson will speak on the subject "Cromo-
somes in Relation to Species in Rosa" and Mrs. Shohat's subject is "On
Refraction in Moving Media."
Frances J. Thorpe, Secretary.
Seniors of All Schools and Colleges:
A Senior Sing will be held on the Library steps in conjunction with
the 'Varsity Band ;concert, Wednesday, May 25, beginniik, at 7:15 P. M. All
Seniors are requested to wear their caps and gowns.
In case of inclement weather, the concert and sing will be held in Hill
Auditorium, beginning at 7:30 P. M.
Senior Sings Committee.
Senior Literary Women:
Commencement Invitations and Announcements will be distributed in
University Hall from 9 A. M. to 12. Bring your receipts.
P. M. Pfaffmann, Jr., Chm. Invitations.
Senior Engineers:
Friday, May 28, will be the last day on which the committee will take
orders for the class picture. Each order must be accompanied by a remit-
tance of $2.50.
Louis R. Kirsheman, Chm. Picture Com.
Freshman Engineers:
There will be a meeting of the class Wednesday, May 25, at 11 o'clock
In Room 348 of the West Engineering Building.
George G. Brown.
American Institute of Electrical Engineers-Student Branch:
Thursday, at 4:15 P. M., in Room 348, West Engineering Building, an
election of officers will be held. All members are urged to attend.
Maurice H. Nelson, Chairman, A. I. E. E.
Forestry Club:
Final meeting and the election of officers for the coming year, Wednes-
day evening, 7:30 o'clock, May 25, 1927, Room 213, Natural Science Build-
Ing.
Randal McCain.
Gargoyle Staff and Tryouts:
There will be a very important meeting for all interested in Gargoyle
at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
Frederick W. Ziv.

tinip et <ily of l 4 tii. at and
There will he in election of officers in Morris Hall following the campus
concert this ev<ni1,n . All members are requested to be present.
Roy F.Wells, President.
Summer Enipi ymnent:
Mr. Reese of the Fuller Brush Co., will be in Room 304 of the Michi-
I gan Union to interview all those who are desirious of obtaining summer
employment, esp;ecially those who were unrede to obtain an appointment
last week.
Frank Kuenzel.
Employment For Craduates and Undergraduates:
Mr. W. B. Dodge, of the McKercher Specialty Co., Inc., will be in Room
306, Michigan Union, Thursday, May 26 from 2:00 to 5:00 P. M., to interview
students about selling advertising.
J. A. Bursley.
Chli Delta1 Phi:
There will be a meeting at 414 South Fourth Avenue on Wednesday
evening. Will each member please bring a MS she has written during the
year?
Mary Elizabeth Kibbey, President.
Portia Literary Society:
The Annual Formal Banquet will be held Wednesday, May 25th at 6:00
P. M., at the Lantern Shop. Election of officers will take place at tthis time.
All members will be assessed the banquet fee so everyone will be ex-
pected to be there. If it is impossible please notify Mary Kent-Miller at
once.
All back dues must be paid.
Miriam M. Olden, President.
Lantern Night:
The annual Lantern Night ceremonies which include the Fresh-
man Pageant and the picnic supper have been postponed until Thurs-
day night at 7 o'clock at Palmer Field. Picnickers are to arrive in time
to eat before the performance and all girls taking part are to be at the
field house by 5:15.
Dr. Margaret E. Bell.

BALLOONISTS PREPARE FOR FLIGHT
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Ward T. Van Orman and W . W. Morton, winners of last year's Gordon
Bennett International balloon race at Antwerp, Belgium, who hope for
victory in the national elimination contest at Akron, Ohio, on Decoration
day to "ualify for the international event in Denver next September.

UNION ANNOUNCES
SUMMER CHANGES
Olyl two departments of the Uion
will be closed during the summer
session; the billiard room and the
bowling alleys, A few minor changes
may be made' in other\ departments,
according to Paul Buckley, house
manager. The hours of the Tap room
y have not as yet been decided upon.
The regular Union Friday and Sat-
urda.y night dances have been dis-
continued for the remainder of the
school year. These will not be con-
tinued during the summer.
WENLEY TO TAKE
UP DUTIES AGAIN
Professor Robert M. Wenley of the
philosophy department will resume
teaching next fall after a two year
leave of absence. During his leave
he was affiliated with the American
University union, a foreign organiza-
tion with offices in London.
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CREW WHICH WILL
FLY "AMERICA" IN
FLIGHT TO PARIS,

MAKE ARRHIANGEMENTS
FrOR AIRH MEET HERE

Field Between Here and Ypsilanti'
Be Scene Of Races Sponsored
By Huron Valley Club

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EXPECT FIFTY ENTRANTS
Plans for a giant air-meet which
will be held at the Ypsilanti Airport,
June 10, 11, and 12, have been ar-
ranged, and although only in a tenta-
tive state, the meet promises to at-
tract much interest in this section. The,
field 'which i located on M-65 high-
way connecting Ann Arbor and Ypsi-
lanti, will be formally dedicated at
this meet.
The flying meet is being backed by.
the Huron Valley Flying Club, organ-
ized last February, and is under the
personal direction of Mr. Edward A.
Goff, who last year supervised a meet
at Flint and the year before at Battle
Creek. It is . planned to have the
program consist chiefly of races in
which the value and importance of
the airplane in our life today will be
demonstrated.
The meet has been officially auth-
orized by the National Aeronautical As-
sociation and already twelve planes
have been entered.

NEW SCHEDULE IS
ISSUED BY RADIO
REGULATION B OD Y
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, May 24-Recasting
of the radio broadcasting web which
the federal radio commission will put
into effect June 1, was announced to-
day, with, the reassignments of wave
length and power affecting 600 odd
transmitting stations all over the
country. Along with the announce-
ment, the commission made public its
general order, requiring stations to go
on the new wave lengths at 3 a. im
a week from Wednesday and stay
there.
For the first time since broadcast-
ing became a general fact, the com-
mission said, there has been provided
"a sound basis for radio service to
the listener." The reassignmetn of sta-
tions and wave lengths, it added, was
not ideal, but all stations will be re-
quired to comply with it and will he
given an opportunity later to present
their petitions for changes and relo-
cations.
"Special attention is called to the
fact that the commission has no unus-
ed frequencies to allocate," the state-
ment continued. "Every broadcasting
channel is filled to its apparent ca-
pacity. Accordingly, any persons who
requests a change must be prepared to
show specifically what out . station
should be required to give up its as-
signed frequency."

Rhythm, Harmony, Pep
Dancing
to
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