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ication in th-e Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
JUniversity. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
p.m. (11:30 a.m., Saturday.)

Room 3056 N.S. Bring bluebooks. Students with conflicts may tak- the
examination at 5 o'cock in Room 2054.
Adelbert Ford.
English W', 45, ISO: ,
I shall be unable to meet my classes this week.
J. B. Moore.
Freshman Group:'
I regret that the meeting of my group scheduled for this evening will
have to be postponed until Wednesday, April 25.
Robert C. Angell,.
Choral Union Uslhers:
Those wishing to assist at Hill Auditorium, Thursday evening, April 19,
will please report at the usual time.
W. A. Davenport, Assistant Superintendent, B. and G. Dept.

Phi Eta ISgnmI:
Several important matters will be discussed at a meeting of all menbers
on Wednesday, April 25, at 5 p., in Room . 302 of the Uion. At this time AMOUS
shingles will be given out.
H.i.liiaer, Prgsidet.
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Number 146.

) the Presidents of Sororities and Fraternities:,
All fraternities which have not already filed a list of members and
edges for the 'second semester with the office of the Dean of Students, Room
University Hall, are requested to do so before April 21, on a printed form
be secured from that office.
J. A. Bursley, Dean.
iculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Midsemester report cards are now being distributed through the Dean's
essenger service. Instructors are requested to report before spring vaca-
)f if possible, in any case not later than April 18, the names of all students
hose standing is at this time D or E. These grades should not indicate
erely the mark received on the miidsemester examination, if such an examin-
ion 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-
lied in this College.
W. R. Humphreys, Assistant Dean.
tiversity Lecture:
Count Carlo Sforza, former Minister of Foreign Relations of Italy, will
liver a lecture April 19 at 4:15 p.m., in Natural Science Auditorium upon
e subject, "Whither Goes Europe? Towards Union or War?" The public
cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
isiness Administration Lecture:
Mr. Paul W. Pinkerton, President of the American Society of Certified
bl~ic Accountants, and member of the firm of Ellis, Pinkerton and Co.,
ilcago, will speak on "Why Is a Public Accountant?" Wednesday, April 18,
3 o'clock, In Room 101, Economics Building. The public is invited.
C. E. Griffin.
lulty, Colleges of 'Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these Coleges on Thursday,
ril 19, at 4:15 p.m., in Room 348, West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
ddbition of Stage and Costume Design:
An exhibition of stage and costume designs will be shown und'er the
jnt aus-pices of the Department of Speech and the College of Architecture
the galleries of the Architectural Building for one week beginning April
- ' Emil Lorh.
aiversits Lecture:
Dr. Bruno Bloch, Professor of Dermatology and Syphilology in the Uni-
rsity of Zurich, will lecture (in English) on "The Genesis of Pigment" at
p.m., Wednesday, April 18, in the Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture
11 be illustrated by stereopticon. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
slness Administration Lecture:
Mr. William h. Pavis, President of the William L. Davis & Company, In-.
stment Ban'kers, Detroit, wil deliver a lecture Thursday, April 19, at 4:15
lock, in Room 206 Tappan Hall, on the subject-"Problems of the In-
etment Banker." The public is invited.
Clare E. Griffin.I
.ech Lecture:
Prof. A. J. Jobi will give the last lecture on 'the Cercle Francais pro-
am, "Quelques phases du theatre de Brieux," Wednesday, April 18, at
16 o'clock, Room 1025 Angell Bal.
The Annual French Play will be given May 3 at the Mimes Theater.
Rene Talamon. [
>wing Pictures of Industry:
The School of Business Administration will present, "The Story of
eel," as its seventh program of industrial moving pictures in Natural
ience Auditorium at 4:15 o'clock on Wednesday, April 18. The public is
Carl N. Schmalz.
aduate Students:
Graduate students, men and women, who expect to receive a degree in
ne should order caps, gowns, and hoods through George Moe, 711 North
iversity Avenue. The wearing of hoods is optional.
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
igineering Students:
Mr. Frank W. Steere, Vice-President of Semet Solvay Engineering Com-
ny, will talk on "The Business of Gas and Its Future Development," under
e auspices of American Institute of Chemica.l Engineers, in Room 316,
chigan Union, Thursday, April 19, at 7:30 p.m.
F. E. Thornwalte.
,Mr. R. G. Forshee, of the S. S. Kresge Company, will be in Room 304,
chigan Union for the entire day, Wednesday and Thursday, April 18 and
to 5 o'clock in the afternoon, to interview students desiring permanent

I Nursey et ion; j 1aClUitY1 WoellS ns,).
The Nursery section meeting which was to have been tonight has been
postpcned until next Wednesday evening, April 25. On that date Miss Mary
Sweeney will talk on "The Food Habits of the Pre-School Child."
M. L. Wolaver.
The Mlchigani Irechinic Staff:
There will be an important meeting of the staff of The Michigan Technic
tcnight at 8 o'clock.
Bernard 111. Cain, Managing Editor.
Sigiaj Delta Cli:
There will be an important meeting of Sigma Delta Chi at 3:15 o'clock
this afternoon in the front office of the Press Building. Plans will be an-
nounced for the Michigan Interscholastic Press association convention.
K. G. Patrick.
Undeliverable Mail Held At Postoffice

University of Michigan 'Varsity Band:
R'ehearsal tonight at 7:15 o'clock at the Band Hall. It is important that
every man be present.
Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Assistant Manager.
Senlir Ball Committee:j
There will be a short meeting of the Senior Ball Committee today at
the Michigan Union, Room 302 at 4 p.m.
JamesH . he11FI Jr- Ch1,iro !

Mail for the following

OM'u> r~uKLJ tJId., '.a1zIimn. Postoffice. It -may be secu
Research Club: Delivery window, Main Offic
Researh Club Dr. Herbert F. Allen.
The Annual Memorial meeting of the Research Club will be held in the . Herbet F.
new Museum Building, Wednesday, April 18, at 8 p.m. The members of the
Junior Research Club and of the Women's Research Club are invited to this C Dr. Russell B. Bailey.
meeting. TR.C. B arier.
meetng. rofAlbert Becker.
The following program will be given: "Justinian's appointment of the Isabeller Bennett.
Commission to codify the Roman Law," by Professor Joseph Drake; "Harvey's Frank Blight.
Exercitatio de motu cordis -ct sanguinis," by Professor W. E. LombardFakBih.
"John Hunter, the Anatomist," by Dean G. Carl Huber. Samuel LaRue Brooks.
Louis I. Bredvold, Secretary. Tranch Buck.
Allyn Burton.
I'ransportation: Prof. F. Stuart Chapin.
The Transportation Club and the Student Branch A.I.E.E. cordially Delmar C. Chapple.
invite all who are interested to attend the movie and lecture on "Steam Rail- Zelma E. Clark.
road Electrification" which is being presented under their auspices, Wednes- H. K. Cornell.
day evening, April 18, at 7:30 o'clock in Room 348, West Engineering. Mrs. Mary Dalmage.
P. M. Shoemaker. I Prof. Chas. M. Davis.
Prescott Club: Jesse C. Davis.
PJay Dean.
The April meeting of the Prescott Club will be held April 18, at 7:30 p.m., Levi Dell.
in Room 303 Chemistry Building. The address of the evening will be given Howard DeVilbiss.
by Mr. O. F. Louis, a prominent retail pharmacist of Bay City, who will talk Mable Eddy.
on the topic, "Pharmacy, Yesterday and Today." A large attendance is Stephen B. Ewing.
desired and a cordial invitation is ^xtended to all who may wish to attend. E. N. Fales.
It. C. Byce, President. Carroll L. Fenton.
Men's Physical Education Club: James Finlay.
There will be a meeting of the club tonight in Room 316, Michigan UnionR.J. Franklin.
at 8 o'clock. Mr. Howard Y. McClusky will speak on "The Psychology of Roy French.
Athletics." M. Fritter.
H. S. Jones, Secretary. Robert M. Fuoss.
Ferdinand Gainsboro.
Cosmopolitan Club: Dr. W. Frederick Gerhardt.
Members who would like to participate or attend the Modern Assembly of Andrew Goodman.
the League of Nations to be held on May 12, in the State Capitol at Lansing Mrs. Katherine B. Graves.
Michigan, will kindly give their names to Mr. T. P. Ryan, at the Lawyers WWalterlA. Greg.
Club. Walter W. Gruthaus.
I. F. Ihowraui, President. , Francis Hall.
Mrs. Marion K. Heilbrun.
Colloquium in Applied Mechmailns: Dr. Alrick B. Hertzman.
At the next meeting on Thursday, April 19, at 7:30 p.m., in Room 248, Eleanor Hodge.
West Engineering Building, Professor F. W. Pawlowski will speak on "The Jonathan Hodgin.
Torsional Strength and Rigidity of Multi-Spar Cantilever Wings cf Airplanes." Annalie Hoffoss.
All interested are cordialy invited to attend. STUDENTS SE
I____. X. Coates. ST L1]FE ATR

persons is on hand and undeliverable, at the
red by the owners if called for at the General
e, on or before Saturday, April 21, 1928.
Paul Holmes.
Daniel T. Y. Hu.
B. S. Hudson.
F. A. Kayser.
Rachel Keith.
Dorothy Kenchin.
Floyd H. Lashmel.
Jack Lidiker.
George Likert.
Cha.rles Longworth.
Prof. H. Lyons.
R. E. Madison.
Gertrude Maguire.
Leonard Manyon.
Theodora Nelson.
David O'wen.
Frank S. Perkin.
Clarence Edwin Ragsdale.
S. Redstone.
Norman Ross.
D. E. Sacheroff.
Ed Schuster.
Allen Seager.
Burdette Seaman.
Vere Sedgewick.
Dorothy Seeber.
Joe Shipman.
Prof. Maurice L. Smith.
Frank Stebbins. .
Raymond Sullivan.
Tony Verger.
Madge Vest.
Herbert E. Waltz.
Richard Weiner.
Geneva M. Wheeler.
Alice Wheelock.
Dr. L. M. Wider.
Prof. C. D. Wilner.
Joseph Wilson.
Charles H.dWoolbert.
Floyd Woo dman.
Walter Woodworth.

Count Herman Keyserling Is Well-
Known Thinker and
Speaker Will Be Introduced By Prof.
Robert Wenley Of Philosophy
'A new epoch, a new generation,
and a new soul have been born in Am-
erica since the war and this signifies
a greater break with the past than
any previous event in history," a4ert-
ed Count Hermann Keyserling, lead-
ing German philosopher, regarded by
many as the leading thinker of the
world today, in a recent interview in
the west.
Count Keyserling will deliver a lec-
ture at 8 o'clock tomorrow night in
Hill auditorium on "The World in the
Making"-the same subject which he
took for the title of his last book. He
will be introduced by Prof. Robert M.
Wenley, of the department of philos-
ophy, one of the leading philosophers
or the United States. The arrange-
ments for his appearance have been
in the hands ofl a special faculty-stu-
'dent committee, and tickets for the
occasion are on sale at the State
street bookstores, and the Print and
Book shop, and the box office in Hill
auditorium will be open all day to,
morrow. The tickets are priced at
$1.00 and fifty cents for the main floor
and the balcony respectively.
Is Founder of -School
As the founder of the "Darmstadt
School of Wisdom" in Germany, Count
Keyserling's words and] observations
have come to command great respect
and attention. The subject of his
lecture here, "The World in the Mak-
ing," suggests that he will exert his
great vision and foresight on the l)ro-
blems of the world. A special ino-
vation announced by the committee
in charge is the installation of am-
plifiers in the auditorium in. order:
that those in all parts of the hall may
hear easily.
During his stay here Count Keyser-
ling will be a guest at the homeof
George W. Patterson, deanofthe en-
gineering college.
Again Ready to Serve You!
Claude Brown
Is in business again at 115 E.
Ann St. in The Store with the
Re Front.
1Phone Calls Given Prompt



Negro-Caucasia n Club:
Prof. Robert B. Hall will present a paper, "The Societe Congo, with Sug-
gestions as to its Origin," and show some pictur"s of Haiti, relative to a dis-
cussion of conditions there, Friday, April 20, at 8 p.m., in Room 302, Michigan
Union. All interested are cordially invited.
Donald F. White.
Radio Club:
There will be a meeting of the Radio Club in Room 306 at the Michigan
Union at 7:30 p.m. today.
Walter Nelson.
Scabbard and Blade:
There will be a meeting Wednesday, April 18 at 8 o'clock in the Union.
C. E. Staff.
Sigma Gam]IA EIpsiloni:
Sigma Gamma Epsilon will hold their monthly luncheon Thursday noon,
April 19, at 12:15 p.m., at the Union. All members should be present.
Ralph E. Taylor, Secretary.
Web and.Flange: .
There will be a dinner meeting of Web and Flange this evening, Wednes-
day, April 18, at the Fawcett House, corner Huron and Division streets.
Faculty members are cordially invited to attend.

i.ra s ,w.r s a s : ,..

In the words of Eric Thomsen,
student councilor of the Student
Christian Association, -the meeting
held at Lansing, called a "Search For
the Truths of Life," on April 13, 14
and 15, was "one of the most success-
ful student meetings of its kind ever
held." There were about 150 dele-
gates, 13 of whom were representing
the University, under the leadership
of Bruce Curry, a member of the fac-
ulty of Oberlin College.
The conference was intercollegiate
and co-educational, open to under-
graduates as well as graduates, pro-
fessors and pastors. Thomas L. Har-
ris, student director of Harris hall,
was in charge of the worship periods.
The meetings were held as an an-
swer to the continuous pleas of stu-
dents to be aided in finding the basic
firndlmer tl truths of lift? ThPenn-n


itions. 3. .l Thompson, President. 'efanLa v .C
J. A. Bursley. ferencewas a philosophical attack
Mih0iganensian: upon the very fundamentals by which
Dir Lits: There will be a meeting of the entire Business Staff of the Michiganen- we live. It resulted in the transla-
Senior Programs, Invitations, and Announcements will be on sale sian, Wednesday, April 18, at 4 p.m. tion o. abstractions into the common
dnesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week in the lobby of Angell Hall. C. Wayne Brownell, Business Manager. realities of today, Thompson asserted.
s wi'] be the last opportunity to purchase them. Entertainment was furnished the
J. Albert Roeseh.
kiors :-
Mr. Coleman of the Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company will interview
iors interested in work leading to chain store management positions, on
irsday, April 19. See Mr. Parker, Room 201 Mason Hall for appointment.
'W. E. Parker.
The lollaterial reference examination wil be given at 4 o'clock on
dnesday afternoon, April j8. Names with initials A to H, inclusive, will THE SEASON IS HERE-IMPROVE YOUR TIME-
et in Room 2054 N.S. Names with initials I to N, inclusive, will meet in
SELLING Our Stock Is Complete
Itent a Typewriter
By the Month or for the Semester-Your Choice
We Keep Them in Order WHBO KS T O lT E

delegates and beside the worship, per-
iods and the meetings, there were
sight seeing trips and dinners for the
International Relations club has been
o"iganized by 32 Stanford students to
provide a forum for the discussion of
international affairs.
For the return of a diamond pin
taken from my room at the Michi-
gan Union on the .night of Wednes-
day, April fourth, I will pay the
above amount.
Bay City", Michigan
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