Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

March 25, 1928 - Image 10

Resource type:
The Michigan Daily, 1928-03-25

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.



- _----- - - !



Notice to All Possessors of Keys for the East tedIcal Building:
In pursuance of the Regents' legislation with regard to keys, I will be
inside the West, entrance of the East Medical Building on Tuesday, March
27th, from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m., fot the purpose of stamping and recording keys.
All persons having keys for this building which do not bear the Univer-

Publication in the Bulletin is construc
the University. Copy received by the A
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

4ir>.s ..nfin n1t s..nmhera r.t

tive notice to aLL members or sity mark, kindly call at the desk. 11. (nenn Bixby.
£sistant to the President until
UN Pont Fellowship For 1928-29:
The Department of Chemistry announces the renewal of. the du Pont
It 2> Number 136 Fellowship (compensation $750) for the year 1928-29. Preference will be
given to students who have had at least one year of graduate work. Appli-
cations should be addres'sed to th. D nrt~ t tf f Chmirr i tr ttt

Volume S.


University Senate:
The third regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1927-1928j
will be held in Room C, Law building on Monday, March 26, at 4:15 p.m.
Order of Business: Election of a member of the Board of Directors of
the Michigan Union.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate.
To the iPresidents of Sororities and Fraternities:
You are requested to file a list of the members and pledges of your
fraternity for the second semester in the office of the Dean of Students, Room
2, University Hall, before April 1st, on a printed form to be supplied by
that office.
J. A. Bursley, Dean.
To All Concerned:
In order to end the misunderstandings which have attended efforts*to
check long 'distance telephone bills each month the following rule will be
effective on and after March 31:
All long distance telephone calls going out through the University Ex-
change will be placed with the University operator and not with the long
di'stance operators of the Telephone Company. The users of University tele-
phones for long distance purposes will merely give to the University operator
the same information that has been required in the past by the long distance
operators at the central or main exchange. The University operator will
keep a record of each call and will thus be in position to check the bills for
long distance service rendered by the Telephone Company.
It is niot thought that this new plan will in any appreciable way interfere
with the effectiveness of the service. The same plan has been in operation
through the University Hospital branch exchange for some time and has
given satisfaction there. There is not in any sense any curtailment of service
or convenience; there is simply a centralization of the necessary records.
Long distance calls will be placed over "direct lines" the same as in the past
and no change whatever is contemplated by this new rule in the service at
the University Hospital. The plan has been discussed and approved by the
Shirley W. Smith, Busines's Manager.
Vniversity Lecture:
Dr. Walter M. Simpson of the Miami Valley Hospital, Dayton, Ohio, will
lecture on the subject, "Tularemia," in Room 1528, East Medical Building,
Friday, March 30, at 8:00 p.m. The lecture will be illustrated. All interested
are cordially invited to attend.
F. F. Robbins.,
University, Lecture:
Dr. George Sarton, of Harvard University, and Editor of "Isis," will lec-
ture on "The History of Science and the New Humanism" at 4:15 p.m., Fri-
day, March 30, in the Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture is under the
joint auspice's of the University and the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts,
and Letters. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
The mid-semester reports on engineering and architectural students in
your classes whose work is below passing should be made on cards which
may be obtained in the office of the secretary, 263 West Engineering Building,
or from the messenger boxes. These reports are to be filed in the secretary's
office not later than Friday, March 30.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
Because of a meeting of the University Senate which has been called for
Monday, March 26, the meeting of the faculty of these Collges, which was
announced for that date, will be postponed to Tuesday, March 27, at 4:15
p.m., in Room 348 West Engineering Building. The purpose of this meeting is
to consider the report of the special committee appointed to present to the
Regents the action of this faculty on the University College.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Department of Engineering- Research Staff:t
Full time investigators and faculty men conducting research, through
the Department of Engineering Research are requested to meet at 4:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, March 28, in Room 2010, East Engineering Building.
A. F. White.
School of Education Luncheon:
Dean Kraus will speak at the Monday noon luncheon, March 26. His
topic will be, "The Influence of German Universities upon American Highert
C. 0. Davis, Secretary.

.I..3** UI.-".nC v4 Lu &J jiucc1.i 1.L'We epar 0men o1. emstry 111.1iana sent to
Room 212 Chemistry Building. They must be in by April 5.
M. Go01berg.
Visitors' Night, Angell Hall Laboratory:
The public is invited to visit the Astronomical Laboratory in Angell
hall to observe the moon on Friday and Saturday nights, March 30 and 31.
Admission only by ticket. Reservations must be made by calling the Obser-
vatory office between 9:00 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., Monday or Tuesday.
It. It. Curtiss.
Moving Pictures of Industry:
"The Romance of Rayon," a two reel moving picture, and "Cadillac,"
a four reel moving picture will be projected in Natural Science Auditorium
at 4:15 p.m. on Wednesday, March 28. This is the fifth program in the series
being presented by the School of Business Administration. The public is
invited. Carl N. Schmalz.
Thomas E. 1I. Black Oratorical Contest:
This contest, established by Mr. Black, carries prizes of $100 and a gold
medal for the winner and $50 for the second honor. The Preliminaries will
be held late in April and the Final Contest in May. Any student :who is
eligible to take part in student activities may enter this contest. Speeches
will be limited to fifteen minutes in delivery and must deal with themes
suggested by the New Testament. Thi's contest is not intended as a religious
contest, but as a contest for the expression of personal reflections and
convictions inspired by the New Testament. All students interested are
expected to meet me at 4 p.m., Tuesday, March 27, in Room 302 Mason Hall.
I. 1). T. Hollister.
Pre-Administration Students:
.The Business Administration Club is giving a free smoker Tuesday,
March 27th, at 7:30 p.m., in Room 319-325, Michigan Union, for the purpose
of informing students intending to enter the School of Business Administra-
tion of the possibilities in the fields of retailing, real estate, and banking.
The professors in charge of these departments will explain the respective
fiields. Clyne Crawford, President.
Spanish Plays:
There will be a meeting of all the students taking part in the Spanish
Plays, Monday, March 26, at 7:15 o'clock, Room 302 S.W.
Mabel Humphrey, Vice-President.
Business Administration 102:
There will be no lecture in this course Monday morning, March 26.
Watch Business Administration bulletin board for number of room in which
the class will meet at the usual hour on Wednesday, March 28.
J. P. Ichehl, Jr.
Advertising, Business Administration 2 8:
Assignment for Monday: Borden, 190-202. Answer the questions given
and indicate what action should have been taken in each case.
C. N.Schmalz. f
Comedy Club:
There wil be an important meeting of Comedy Club and try-outs for
the next play Monday, March 26th, at 3:00, in Newberry Hall.
Roy G. Curtis, President.
Boak Section of the Faculty Women's Club:S
The Book Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet with Mrs. C.
H. Fortune, 1604 Dexter Avenue, on Tuesday, March 24, at 2:45 p.m. Mrs.
Fox will assist as hostess. Mrs. R. 1). T. Hollister.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
The Print Makers' Society of California exhibition of Etchings, Dry
Points, Lithographs, and Wood Blocks opened Sunday afternoon, March 18,
and close's Sunday afternoon, April 1. Bruce M. Donaldson, President.
Fen's Educational Club:

I Uniersity (mirls' {glee Club: i
We will meet today at two-thirty,.
promptly, at the new University Ho(s- .
Ipito1. "
-__-.Delma Loyer. '"P
Physics 'colloquini:
Dr. G. E. Uhlenbeck will speak on
"Some Introductory Problems in
Wave-mechanics," at 4:15, Tuesday
March 27, in Room 1041, East Phy-
sics Building. All interested are in-
vited. '
1) M. Dennison.
Studeni Branch of the .S.ll.E.: I
A regular meeting will be held Mon-
day evening, March 26th, at 8 p.m., in
the Engineering Society Room. Pro-
fessor Earl V. Moore, Director of the r
School of Music, will talk on "Music.
F. A. Norquist, Sec.-Treas.
International House Plans:
There will be a meeting open to all
men interested in the project of hav-
ing a dormitory club for men of in-
ternational interests, foreign students
and American. The discussion will be
based on findings of a study recently
made. Lane Hall, Monday, March 26,
at 7:10 p.m. 4)
Homer H. Grafton.
.Members of Masques:
An important business meeting will
be held at 514 Forest Avenue on Tues-
day at 4:15. Members are urgently U)
requested to be present.
Mary J. White, President.
Sealp and Blade Men: I
Meeting Sunday, March 25, at the O
Union, Room 302, 2:30 p.m.
Roy B. Blass. w
DETROIT, March 24-Prof. William
D. Henderson, of the University of 0
Michigan, director of University ex-

l bet you musta had a lot o' sweep-


10th Big Week

Opening Tonight at 8!
Entire Week of March 25

Kenyon Nicholson's Sensational Melo-
drama of the Tank-Town Carnival

tension work and a protege of the
late Senator Ferris, is one of the
three men included in the selections
of the Democratic party as candidates
for the party nomination for United
States senator. Dr. Angus McClean
of Detroit, and George W. McWead-
ock of Saginaw are the others.
The democratic proposals for gover-
nor are: William A. Comstock of De-
troit; James B. Balch of Kalamazoo,
and Judge Frank Murphy of .Detroit.
For lieutenant governor: Dale Son-
ter of Grand Rapids, John D. Cudahy
of Calumet, and Frank J. Sawyer of
Grand Blanc.
These men will be recommended to
the party's pre-primary convention at
Port Huron May 9. The names of
those who are approved by the pre-
primary convention, and who will
agree to enter the primaries, will then
be placed on the ballot at the pri-
maries, Sept: 4, bearing the stamp of
party approval.



Charles' Warburton as "Nifty" Miller o
The Play Everyone Has Waited For
Coming AprI 1-Shaw's "CANDIDA

1 .r C~L? lF [l:[lf~llill C. UA/i!I

The Men's Educational Club will
meet Tuesday, March 27, at 7 o'clock,
in Room 306 Michigan Union. Prof.
E. W. Gale of the History Department
will 'speak on the topic, "An Ameri-
can Administrator in China."
Visitors are welcome. Please note
the change in day of meeting.
W. IV. Arnold, President.

! x .

Rent a Typewriter
By the Month or for the Semester-Your Choice
We Keep Them in Order



!pmib4 i



--------- ---- -- ----------



"For the Love of
Our handsomest men may be
women, as was indicated at the
Whitney last week, but most of
us would rather have you



o * 100. . 11 .I a I


pu~ a nq al p~sn

Subscribe For the Weekly

As You Were
All these plays and new ideas
may be all right, but as far as
he can see it won't do much
good to bring back the good

noA P!P Isaxus

And what was usually
ated with them. But

~,, ---
w / ; n


if you


one of our



want something that will make
you- forget all about pretzels,
let us

strawberry shortcakes or sun-
daes., A crisp, flaky biscuit or
a scoop of ice cream

With fresh, sweet, red straw-
berries.. Boy, that is really a
dish that hits the spot. Try
one and you will find yourself

In for

one after every

R & S Lunch
605 Church St.

1~~~~~~0 Church St. -- -- --

j P1 i nr I C fahlalf 1 7ryi ryi tt tr' r laiala i d7i 1' rr7Ta1 7

All Seats
Reserved J




March 26; 27, 28, 29, 30, and 31
Mimes of the Michigan Union presents
George Bernard Shaw's Famous Drama




L' S






.I T"1 __ I _1 " Th _ - _-- _ _ T1 1 ~ _TI


. 11

11 n__i -r C!--1-- 11

Back to Top

© 2024 Regents of the University of Michigan