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THE MICHIGAN DAILYST

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

I Mr. Johnson's classes in Freshmen Engineering Englis
Sections 5 and 7 will not meet today.
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Graduate Club in Education:
tive notice to all members of There will be a meeting of the Graduate Club in Educa
ssistant to the President until evening, April 3, at 7:30 o'clock in the education laboratoryc
High School. All graduate students in Education are cordially,
present. Please note the change in date.
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JohjIson.
tion Tutsday
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invited to be

Iota Alpha-u nor iResearch Clu):
There will be a joint meeting of Iota Alpha and the Junior Research
Club at 7:30 o'clock on the evening of Tuesday, April 3. Convene first at
the naval tank in the old Engineering Building to hear Professor Lindblad
and adjourn at o'clock to Room 1042 in the East Engineering Building
where Mr. A. M. White speaks.I
. I. Sherlock, President.
Inlandler:

o'clock today at the home of Helen
Peck, Washtenaw Apartments.
Dorothy )Iorehouse.
Tan Bela Pi:
There will be a regular meeting of
Tan Beta Phi at 6 o'clock, April 3,
at the Union.
L. 1). Weston, Secretary.

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TUESDAY, APRIL

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on Tuesday, April 3, at 4 p.m. Ruth A. Rouse.
Brosseau Foundation:
There will be a meeting cf the committee on the administration of the
Brosseau Foundation on Wednesday, April 4, at 2 p.m., in Room 2, Uni-
versity Hall.
Students applying for loans from this Foundation should present them-
selves before the ccmmittee at this time.
J. A. Bursely, Dean.
University Lecture:
Dr. Julius Bauer, of Vienna, will deliver a lecture on "The Inheritance of
Disease" at 8 p.m., Wednesday, April 4, in the Natural Science Auditorium.
The Public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
University Lectures:
Professur J. Franck of the University of Gottingen, will give three lec-
tures on April 3, 4, and 5 at 4:15 p.m., in the West Physics Lecture Robm.
The subj.ect discussed in the first two, is "Band Spectra and Chemical
Bonds;" in the third, "The Recombination cf Ions and Electrons." All
interested are invited.
R. A. Sawyer.
Dr. Adler's Lecture:
Dr. Alfred Adler of the Pedagogical Institute, Vienna, will deliver his
second lecture today, Tuesday, April 3, at 4:15 p.m., in the Natural Science
Auditorium. The subject of Dr. Adler's second lecture will' be "Courage
and Self Reliance." The general public is invited.
C. 0. DavIs, Secretary.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Midsemester report cards are now being distributed through the Dean's
messenger service. Instructors are requested to report before spring vaca-
tion if possible, in any case not later than April 18, the names of all students
whose standing is at this time D or E. These grades should not indicate
merely the mark received on the midsemester examination, if such an examin-
ation is given. More cards, if needed, can be had at my office.
These cards should be used only for reports of the work of students en-
rolled in this College. W. R. Humphreys, Assistant Dean.$
French Lecture:
Mr. G. L. Michaud will give the 'sixth lecture on the Cercle Francais
program, Tuesday, April 3, at 4:15 o'clock, Room 25, Angell Hall.
Subject: "Le Roman de Rabelais" illustrated.
Rene Talamon.
lIoving Pictures of Industry:
The School of Business Administration will present its sixth program of
industrial moving pictures in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:15 o'clock on
Wednesday, April 4. Three pictures will be shiown as follows:
1. "Carpeting a Century, the Manufacture of Carpets."
2. "The Miracle of Your Table, the Alaska Salmon Industry."
3. "American Bottles Old and New, the Manufacture of Owens Glass

L. W. Keeler. Poetry Editors will be in the Inlander Office, Press Building, for con-~~
sultation, from 3 to 5 o'clock Tuesday and Thursday. Junior Research Club:
The New York Times Current Events Contest: V. Valerie Gates. Joint meeting with Iota Alpha,
The local contest will be held Friday afternoon, April 20. In order to _graduate engineering society, Tues-
know the number of examination papers to be sent to the institutions in- inhinder: day, April 3, 1928. No change in time
eluded in the contest, the Executive Committee must have information in All subscribers and cntributors will receive their copies of the currenti and place at 7:30 p.m. Demonstra-
advance on the probable number of contestants at each college. Michigan issue through the mail. tion at Naval Tank, West Engineering
students who intend to enter the contest are requested to leave their names James W. McCaandless. Building, at 8 o'clock. Regular pro-
wih me in Room 2032 Angell Hall, or with Miss Burchfield in Room 2033, gram in Room 1042 East Engineering
before Thursday, April 6. 1'1T1m nidaF psil1nl: Building. Prof. A. I. Blanbbard, "The
_ _Everett S. Bron.TheAprfil meeting will be held on the night of Ttesday, April 3, at Naval Tank Research," Mr. A. M.
8:15 o'clock in Room 303Ch. The presence of all active members is in- White, "Synthetic Rubber."
Ann Arbor Division, Detroit Chapter, A.S.ST.: patiative as the spring election of members takes place at that time. Pul F. Barker, Secretary.
The next meeting will be held Tuesday, April 3, at 7:30 p.m., in Room 3201 Rodney V. Shankland, President.
East Engineering Building. The subject under Consideration will be _.Adelpiii House of Representatives:
"Foundry Control." It will be discussed by Mr. Fred Walls of the Wilson E:There will be an important meeting
Foundry and Machine Company, and Professor H. L. Campbell and Mr. An important meeting will be held Wednesday at 4 p.m., in 302 Mason of Adelphi House of Representatives
John Grennan of the University Shops. p l3 in the society room in Angell hall
W. P. (ood. a N. Bowersx, President. at 7:30 tonight.
X. loavrs~, Prsidnt.R. 3M. Sanderson, Speaker.

League of Nations Model Assembly:
All students who are interested in joining the Michigan Delegation to'
attend the model assembly of the League of Nations to be held in the State
Capitol in Lansing, May 12, will kindly meet in Room 302 Michigan Union
at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
W. C. Dixon.
Disarmament Lecture:.
Mrs. Lucia Aires Mead, Boston,. will give a lecture on "Disarmamen
and the League of Nations" Tuesday, April 3, at 4:15 o'clock in Room 231
Ang-ell Hall. The public is cordially invited and will have an opportunityt
to put questions at the end of the meeting.Ty
Tolstoy 'Cent enaury Colnjniiitee. ,
League for Industril iDemocracy:
There will be a meeting of the L. I. D. Thursday, April 5, at 8 o'clock
in the evening, at the Labor Temple, 207 East Washington. Professor
Lowell J. Carr of. the department of sociology will deliver an address en-
titled, "What is Industrial Democracy?" Members are urged to attend, andt
all others *ho may be interested are cordially invited. There will be no
admission charged.
Judith Mayer.
H.illel foundation:;
John Kalif , a native-born Palestinian, will lead the discussion group,
Tuesday evening ,April 3, at the Foundation at 7:30. His subject will be:
"Problems of Present-day Palestinine."
Philip S. Stern.

Scabbard and Blade:
There will be a meeting Wedne'sday, April 4, in the Michigan Union
at 8 o'clock.
C.E. Skaff.

UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA-
Tau Omega fraternity has recently
been organized, consisting only of
aviation pifots.

Alpha Nu:
The Annual Initiation Banquet of
Alpha Nu will be 'held this evening,
April 3,'atcthe Michigan Union at
6 :15 o'clock. Dean Edward H.
Kraus, dean of the summer school,
will speak.
John Webster ,President.
Theta Sigma Phi:
There will be a meeting at 4:15
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House Presidents:
All Signing-out Slips for ]March must be in the office of the Advisers
by April 6. Alice C. Lloyd.
Du Pont Fellowship For 1928-29:
The Department of Chemistry announces the .renewal of the du Pont
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 addressed to the Department of Chemistry and sent to
Room 212 Chemistry Building. They must be in by April 5.
M. Gomberg.
Students-College of Engineering:
Mid-semester report, for all students in the College of Engineering
whose grades in any courses have been reported below C, are now on file
and open to inspection by those concerned, in the office of the assistant
dean, Room 255 West Engineering Building. Kindly see Miss Earl for the
reports.
G. IV. Patterson, Acting Dean.
Seniors in, Journalism:
All second-semester seniors who are completing one of the curricula
in journalism and are candidates f:r the certificate in journalism must file
at the 'journalism office, West Medical building, betore April 7, a complete
transcript of credits covering the four years of University study.
J. L. Bruvum.
Senior echanical Engineers:
Mr. H. J. Robinson, representing the Westinghouse Air Brake Company
of Wilmerding, Pennsylvania, will be in Room 221, West Engineering Build-
ing, Monday and Tuesday, April 2 and April 3, for the purpose of inter-
viewing all those interested in positions with this company.
It is hoped a large number of the seniors will see Mr. Robinson during
his stay in Ann Arb. r.
I1. C. Anderson.
Second Semester Sophomores and Upperclass Women:
Students intending to, take riding for credit for the spring season must
sign up at offAe, Roam 2, Barbour Gymnasium, April 3.
Ethel McCormick.
Education Seniors:
Invitations and Announcements will. be placed on sale Tuesday in Tappan
Hall. This is ositively the last time they will be on sale.
Earl A. Kelly, President..
Education Seniors:/
Canes may~ be ordered at Wagner and Company.
Earl A. Belly, President.
Seniors Lits:
Because of the fact that the final definite order must be in the hands of
the company by April 4, Senior Programs, Announcements, and Invitations
will be on sale for the last time today in the lobby of Angell Hall. If you
have not placed your order, do so today or you will have to do without.
J. Albert Roesch.
Senior Lits:t
Seniors canes will be on sale today from 1 to 5 p.m.
William Brujnbaugh.

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Geology2:,
Section assignments for Saturday
p'sted on the Geology bulletin board
before the time for the trip to start in

and Wednesday Excursions will be
by noon today. Please consult thisI
order to avoid delay.
L D. Scott

Landscape Design 102-112:
Makeup examination will be held on Wednesday, April 4, at 5 o'clock
p.m., in Room 401 of the South Wing. Those participating must present an
acceptable excuse for their absence from the regular examination.
I. 0. Whittmore.
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