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., Saturday.)I
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Mr. J. F. Glass, representing the McCall Company, will be in Room 302,
Michigan Union, Thursday, April 26, from 4 to 6 p.m., to interview students
who may be interested in 'summer work for his company.
J. A. Bursley.
Employment for Seniors:
All seniors who wish assistance in obtaining permanent full time work
after graduation should register in the office of the Committee on Vocational
Counsel and Placement, 201 Mason Hall. Call for registration forms and re-
turn them with a photograph or snapshot before May 3.
W. E. Parker. ,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25.
'o the Members of the Faculty:
The invitation extended to the high school principals and teachers a
ear ago to visit the University of Michigan classes, especially in freshman
objects, during the sessions of the Schoolmasters' Club .has been renewed.
hese visits will take place on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of this
eek, 'and it is felt that such contact should prove of mutual benefit to both
'e high schools and the University. The intention is to allow the high school
achers to see for themselves the type of work required o-f their students
uring the first year at the University, and to provide the university in-
ructors with the opportunity of acquainting themselves with the problems
the high school student in making the transition from high school to col-
ge. The cooperation of the instructors will be greatly 3appreciated.
Committee on Arrangement's,
James B. Edmonson.
William A. Frayer.
Louis A. Hopkins.
Wilber . Humphreys.
Ira M. Smith, Chairman.
atice to All Seniors:
The diploma fee of $10 and the certificate fee of $2 from all those receiv-
g certificates in Teaching, Dental Hygiene, Anaesthesia, Journalism, Busi-
ss Administration, Geology, Geodesy, and Surveying, and Public Health
arsing are payable now and early settlement thereof by all prospective
'aduates at the coming commencement will be helpful. Over 2,000 diplomas
ust be lettered, signed, and sealed.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
aff and Faeulty Working in Department of Engineering Research:
There will be a meeting on Wednesday, April 25, at 4:30 p.m., in Room 248
est Engineering Building, of the staff and faculty who are supervising work
the Department of Engineering Research. Professor H. H. Higbie will
esent some phases of his work on natural illumination.
A. E. White, Director.
Aflce to All Possessors of Keys for the University High School Building:
In pursuance of the Regents' legislation with regard to keys, I will be in
)om 1001 of the University I-igh School on Wednesday, April 25, from 9 to
a.m., for the purpose of stamping and recording keys.
All persons 'having keys for this building which do not bear the Uni-
rsity mark, kindly call at the desk.
H. Glenn Bixby.
Brigadier General Paul B. Malone will give a lecture on "America's Par-
ipation in the' World War" at 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 25, in Natural
ience Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
To All Students:
Any students desirous, of attending the meetings of the Schoolmasters'
Club will be given complimentary tickets and programs by calling at the
office of the Registrar, Old Universty Hall, on and after Thursday morning.
l . P. Jocelyn, Secretary.
There will be a game of baseball between the Sophomore and Freshman
' Engineers this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, on South Ferry field. All Sopho-
mores wishing to play, please be there at that time.
Thomas Stock, Manager.
Senior Mechanical and 'Electrical Engineers:
Mr. Frank B. Doyle, representing the Ingersoll-Rand Company, of Phil-
lipsburg, New Jersey, will be in Room 221, West Engineering Building,
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, April 25, 26, and 27, to interview all those
interested in positions with this company.
H. C. Anderson.
There will be a class meeting at 11 o'clock, Thursday morning, in Room
348, West Engineering Building, for the purpose of considering the proposed
William R% Hough, President.
Collection of class dues Thursday and Friday in lobby of Angell Hall.
Alan J. Bovard, Class Treasurer.
Students absent from the midsemester examination in History 6 may
take a makeup on Saturday, April 28, 10-11 a.m., in Room 4001, Angell Hall.
Students of Aero 7 and Other Aeronautical Students:
Mr. Ralph H. Upson will give an illustrated lecture on air navigation and
navigational instruments in Room 1042 East Engineering Building at 4:15
p.m., Wednesday, April 25.
E. A. Stalker.
The examination scheduled for Friday will be given on Monday, April 30.
H. T. Folger.,
Political Science 102, European Governments:!
I shall be unable to meet this class Wednesday morning, April 25.
J. R. Hayden.
Mlodern Language Conference:
Students in th-e University are cordially invited to attend the meeting of
the Modern Language Conference 'at 2:30 p.m., Friday, April 27, Room 1025,
Angell Hall. The principle paper of the afternoon will be given by Prof.
Algernon Coleman of the University of Chicago, Special Investigator for the
Modern Language Study. His 'subject is "Testing for Achievement in Modern
Languages." This paper should be of interest to those who intend to teach.
Lafayette F. Dow.
Play Production and Stagecraft Open House:
Visitors are invited to see the exhibit of stage models and scene designs
offered by the class in Stagecraft in University Hall Auditorium. An Open
House will be held dlaily throughout the week, 3-5:30 p.m. Plays will be given
Earl E. Fleischmnan.
Theater Arts Stagecraft Exhibit:
This unusual collection of scenes .and costume designs by distinguished
stage designers is on display in the main corridor of the new School of
Architecture Building. This exhibit is provided under the joint auspices of
the Speech Department and the School of Architecture.;
Earl E. Fleischmnui.
All-State High School Orchestra:
The All-State High School Orchestra under the baton of Joseph E.
Maddy, assisted by the Ann Arbor High School chorus, will give a program in,
Hill Auditorium, Thursday evening at 8 o'clock complimentary to the Michi-
gan Schoolmasters' Club, the members of which will be admitted to the body
of the hall. The general public is invited to attend complimentary, and will
be seated in such portions of the main floor as remain and in the balconies.
The program, which will be given by the orchestra of about 200 High School I
boys and girls, is as follows:
Sibelius: Finlandia; Dvorak: New World Symphony, Largo, Allegro;
Grieg: Concerto in A Minor for piano and orchestra, (first movement); Man-
ning: Song of the Viking and Italia. Beloved, choruses; Wieniawski: Con-
certo Nao. 2 for violin and orchestra (second movement); Bizet: L'Arlesienne
Suite No. 2; Tannhauser: Pilgrims Chorus.
Charles A. Sink. ;
and 'any students who speak French and are interested in doing this work are
urged to be present at the meeting.
Milo S. Ryan, President.
Luncheon for the club will be served, Wednesday, April 25, at 12:15 p.m.,
in the Michigan Union.
W. W. Denton.
Geological and Geographical Journal Club:
There will be a meeting in Room 4054 N.S., at 8 o'clock Thursday evening,
April 26. Professor Gould will give an illustrated lecture on "Some Geo-
graphical Aspects of the Putnam Bafin Island Expedition 1927." All in-
terested are invited to attend.
X. W. Senstius, Secretary.
Landscape Design Club:
There will be a special meeting of the Landscape Club at 7 o'clock,
Wednesday evening in Room 400 S.W. The meeting will adjourn to Mr.
Harvey Burchell's lecture in the Alumni Memorial Hall at 7:45 o'clock. All i
members and officers must answer roll call at this meeting either by letter
or in person.
Fred A. Cuthbert.
Point System Committee:
There will be a meeting at 4 o'clock in Barbour Gym today. All members
must be present.
Helen, J. Hawkins.
Prof. Preston C. Slosson of the History Department will speak on a topic
of particular interest at an open meeting of the Republican Club at 7:30
o'clock, Wednesday evening, Room 306, 'Michigan Union. Members and
guests are 'asked to be on time.
George It. Greene Jr., Secretary.
Regular business meeting of the student branch at the Union Wednesday,
April 25 at 7:45 o'clock. I. . Salmond.
Phi Eta Sigma:
Several important matters will be discussed at a meeting of all members
on Wednesday, April 25, at 5 p.m., in Room 302 of the Unionr. At this time
shingles will be given out.
H. B. Pahner, President.
Scabbard and Blade:
There will be a meeting of all Scabbard and Blade pledges, in uniform
Thursday night at -7:30 o'clock in the R.O.T.C. Building.
'X. Scudder Griffing.
Quadrangle Members: Phi Sigma Biological Society:
The meeting postponed from last The annual Spring Initiation ban-
Thursday will be held Wednesday eve- quet of the Phi Sigma Biological
ning of this week. R P. Scott. Society is to be held Wednesday eve-
ning, April 25, at 6 o'clock at the
Cosmopolitan Club: Michigan Union. Election of officers
Members of the Cosmopolitan Club will be held.
are invited to attend Mr. Paul C. E. P. Creaser, Rec. Secretary.
Meng's lecture on "Cina 'Wither
Bound," under the joint auspices of Forestry Club Meeting:
the Christian Students' Association, 'Mr. Roy B. Walborn, Secretary of
the Chinese Students' Christian As- the Michigan Retail Lumber Dealers'
sociation, and the Co'smopolitan Club. Association, will speak to the club to-
Those who heard Mr. Meng speak last night. Meet in Room 2039 N.S. -at
year will recall what a capable speak- 7:30 p.m.
F. E. Robbins.
ture on Rome:
Mr. Henry Burchell, Secretary of the Italy-America Society, will deliver
ecture on the subject, "The Rebirth of Imperial Rome," ( a city planning
ure) in the West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall, Wednesday, April 25, at
.m. The lecture will be illustrated with stereopticon slides.
The public is cordially invited.
Under the joint au'spices of the University, the Gardening Section of
Faculty Women's Club, and the Botanical Garden of the University,
Liberty Hyde Bailey, formerly Dean of the New York State 'College of
'iculture and former President of the American Association for the
rancement of Science, will give an address on the subject, "Botanical
dens and Arboretums," at 4:15 p.m., Monday, April 30, in the Natural
ence Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
F. "E. Robbins.
tors' Night Angell Hall Laboratory:
The public is invited to visit the Astronomical Laboratory in Angell
1 to observe the moon from 8 to 11 p.m., on Friday' and Saturday. nights,
il 27 and 28. Admission only by ticket. Reservations must be made by
ing the Observatory office between 9 a.m., and 12:30 p.m., Wednesday and
R. H. Curtiss.
'lng Pictures of Industry:
The School of Business Administration will present three films, as its
ith program of Industrial Moving Pictures in Natural Science Auditorium
:15 p.m., on Wednesday, April 25. The titles will be "Fine Arts in Metals,
Manufacture of Silverware," "The Man at the Throttle," (taken from the
of the 20th Century Limited), and "Speeding up Our' Ocean Sea Cables,
Laying of a Cable to the Azores." The public is invited.
Carl N. Schmalz.
lic Lecture on the China, Situation:
Mr. Paul C. Meng, recently returned from an investigation of the situa-
in his own country, China, where he interviewed leading Nationalist
ers, will speak on the' topic, "China, Whither Bound?" Mr. Meng i's
etary oef the Chinese Christian Association in North America. The lecture
be given in Natural Science Auditorium, Thursday, April 26, at 4:15 p.m.
Homer H. Grafton.
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P. K. Lee.
Brief staff meeting in Library
Wednesday evening, at 7:15 o'clock.
Very important that all members be
Prof. Wenley will speak at a wom-
ens' luncheon-discussion group, spon-
sored by the Hillel Foundation, on
Thursday, April 26, at 12:15 o'clock,
in the women's dining room at the
Helen E. Adler.
Gargoyle Staff and Tryouits:
Important meeting of all members
'and tryouts for the art and editorial
staffs at 4:30 o'clock, Wednesday
Frederlc W. Ziv.
Fred P. Struhsaker.
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Le Cercle Francals:
There will be a very important meeting of Le Cercle Francais at 4
o'clock, Friday afternoon, April 27, in 202 South Wing, at which time Pro-
fessor Talamon wishes to organize a group of "extras" for the annual
French play to be given May 3 at Mimes Theater. A large number of per-
son's will be needed; This is not restricted exclusively to Cercle members,
group will meet this evening at my home.
IL C. Angell.
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