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THE MICHIGAN DAILY sAl

AlLY O FFICIAL BULLETIN LOCAL MICHIGAN C LUB
blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of KO ATTEND TRIENNIAL
e^University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until Ii

SECRETARY WILL BATTLE WATSON
IN INDIANA REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES

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3:30 p.m. (11:30 a.m., Saturday.)

Volume 8.

SA Ti"RDAY, APRIL 28.

Nujnjer 1i35.

otice 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-
ess Administration, Geology, Geodesy, and Surveying, and Public Health
ursing are payable now and early settlement thereof by all prospective
'aduates at the co:ming commencement will be helpful. Over 2,000 diplomas
ust be lettered, signed, and sealed.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
lchigan Schoolms lers' Club:
You are cordially invited to inspect the New Women'-s Athletic Building.
Margaret Bell, M.D.

Illustriated Lechire on Preparation of Stone for hiliding:
The College of Architecture announces an illustrated lecture
quarrying, milling, and carving of stone and its use in buildings,
H. S. Brightly, Technical Director of the Indiana Limestone Company;
floor leicture room, Architectural Building, Monday, April 30, at 2
The lecture is open to the public.

on the
by Mr.
ground
o'clock.

Emil Lorch.

lectrieal Eng'Inleers:
Mr. W. D. Bearse of the Railway Department of the General Electric
Company will give a lecture on "The Application of Electricity to Railway
Operation." The lecture will be illustrated with slides and will be given
under the auspices of the Student Branch of the American Institute of
Electrical Engineers at 7:30 o'clock, Monday, April 30, in Room 348, West
Engineering Building.
L. J. Van Tyl, Chairman.
Gradating Students in Clemistry and ChemeIal Engineering:
Dr. 11. H. Cone of the National Aniline and Chemical Company will be
glad to interview graduating students for prospective positions with that
company. lie will be found In Room 266 Chemistry Building, Saturday,
April 28, from 9 to .12 o'clock.
M. Gomberg.
Sophomore Llt's:
We will continue to collect class dues Monday and Tuesday in University
Hall. These must be paid up.
Alan J. Bovard
History 6-Section 1:
My section meeting on Tuesdays at 9 o'clock will have Chapters 54 and
55, Cross, included in scope of written quiz to be given at next meeting.
H. Ximber.
Glacial Geology Field Mapping:
The class in Geology 128, Glacial Geology, will meet at the Natural
Science Building at 8:30 o'clock, Saturday morning, April 28, for mapping in
west part of Ann Arbor. Members of the class who have missed 1 revious
field mapping will need to arrange to complete the work. Otherwise they will
be credited with an "Incomplete" for Course 128.
Frank Leverett.
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-
r turn them with a photograph or snapshot before May 3.
W. E. Parker.
Frenchi Play:
The 21st Annual French Play: "Le Docteur Miracle" by Francis de
Croisset and Robert de Flers will be presented by members of the Cercle
Francai's at the Mimes Theater, Thursday, May 3.
Tickets on sale Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at Wahr's bookstore
for 75 cents. Cercle m'embership tickets will be accepted as 50 cents towards
the purchase price of a seat.
Itee Taamon.
'Varsity Band:
Formation today at 1:30 p.m., at the Band Hall. Full uniform with cape.
Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Assistant Manager.
Women's Research Club:
Will meet Monday, April 30, at 7:30 p.m., in Room 2116 Natural Science
Building. Miss Florence E. McClinchey will speak on "The Ojibway Indians"
and Miss Yi Fang Wu on "Ginling College" (illustrated).
Falth P. Jladley, Secretary.
Chinese Students' Club:
A joint social meeting with the C.S.C.A. in honor of Mr. Paul C. Meng
will be held in the Lane Hall on Saturday evening, April 28, at 7:30. Every
memibnr is invited to come.
T. T. Zee, President.
Senior Bali:
Senior Ball tickets will go on sale Monday in the lobby of University Hall
between the hours of 9 and 12 o'c!ock and 2 until 4 o'clock. They are also on
sale at the Michigan Union.
James Hughey Jr., Chairman.
The Upper Room Bible Class:.
The Upper Room Bible Clas meets in the "Upper Room" at Lane Hall,
this evening at 7 p.m. All University'men are cordially invited.
George G. Alder.
Drama Sectiom-Faculty Women's Club:
The Monday evening drama section of the Faculty Women's Club will
meet Monday, April 30, at the club house, 226 South Ingalls Street. A Pot-
Luck Supper will be served at 6:30 o'clock.
Mrs. H. C. Eckstein, Secretary.
ONDERDONK PRAISES TOLSTOY IN
SECOND OF CENTENARY LECTURES

More Than 20 Delegates Expect To
Attend Convention Which Is
To Occur May 10, 11, 12
TO F HELD IN CHICAGO
The University of Michigan club of
Ann Arbor is expecting to send a
delegation of over 20 men to the
Second Triennial of University of
Michigan clubs to be held May 10, 11,
and 12, in Chicago. The delegation
consists of Daniel F. Zimmerman and
Dr. Dean W. Myers, heads of the Cele-
gation, Deans G. Carl Huber, Henry
M. Bates, George.W. Patterson, Hugh
Cabot, Allan S. Whitney, and Marcus
L. Ward, and Prof. Ralph W. Agler,
of the University faculty, Wilfred B.
Shaw, editor of the Michigan Alumn-
us, Charles Rash and . T. Hawley
Tapping, secretaries of the Alumni
association. In addition members of
the club delegation are Fielding H.
Yost, William A. Brown Jr., E rl
Cress, Nathan Konold, and Allan
Schoenfield, all of the above being
members of the club. The non-mem-
hers on the delegation are Dr. Clar-
ence Cook Little and Merle Oliver.
Officers of the Alumni association
have stated that between 200 and 300
registered delegates are expected at
the Triennial, exclusive of Chicago,
and, that 750 men are expected to at-
tend the great Triennial banquet
which will be held Friday night, May
11, in the ball room of the Hotel
Stevens, Chicago. A new feature of
this banquet will be the donation of
an attendance trophy to the clubI
bringing the largest number of dele-
gates over the longest distance to the
Triennial. The trophy was donated
by Mason P. Rumney, of Detroit, a
past president of the Alumni asocia-
tion.
SOCIOLOGICAL FRATERNITY
ELECTS ELEVEN MEMBERS
Alpha Kappa Delta, national hon-
orary sociological fraternity, held
its annual spring elections last night
at the Union, with 11 students elected
to membership.
Dr. William F. Ogburn, professor ofl
sociology at the University of Chicago
delivered .the principal address at;
the initiation banquet. Prof. Charlesl
H. Cooley of the sociology department
also spoke.
Those elected to membership in the
organization are Victor Rose, '29,
Vahan D. Sewny, '29, Helen Mihalyi,
'29, Bernice McHale, '29, Pearl Wald-
man, '29 Maurice Klass, '30, Jean Gil~-
man, '30, Margaret Gentz, '30, Dor-
othy Haas, '30, Roy Ullman, grad.,
Edward Jandy grad.
MILITARY SOCIETY
PLEDGES 22 MEN
At the last meeting of Scabbard and
Blade, national military honorary so-
ciety, the following men were pledged
to F company.
T. M. Cooke, '31; B. P. Sherwood
Jr., '29; C. P. Moyer, '30; J. N. Hald-
ane, '29E; G. W. Kreye, Grad.; L. G.
Heston, '28E; S. N. Rhines, '29E; P.
Meister, '30E; S. B. Chadman, '29E;
R H. Houghton, '29E; T. M. Rogers,
'31; F. J. De Witt, '29E; J. S. Pinair,
'29E; J. Q. Langen, '29; R. C. Blay-
lock, '28E; R. F. Smith, '29; J. F.
Drehas, '29; D. J. Bullock, '28E; W. L.
Wetmore, '29E; H. L. Scofield, '29E;
E. K. Griffing, '30; F. C. Fenton.
DEAN WARD RETURNS
Dean Marcus L. Ward of the Dental
school returned yesterday from the
East where hb had been inspecting
dental school's in New York state.
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON.-
In order to' send the varsity crew
East to the Poughkeepsie national re-
gatta this year students are conduct-
ing campus tag sales and utilizing
radio station broadcasts for pep talks.

Secretary of commerce and prominent en udida te for the Republican presi-
dential nomination who, it is aloll(n'eCd. will be reLpresented by Gov. Fred
W. Green of Michigan in the pre-prima ry campaigning in lndiana next week.
Governor Green will deliver his pening add rss at South end, Tuesday
night. He is also expected to npeak at ort Wayne although the remainder of
his itinerary has not been definitely decid "d. A1r., llouver who has been
successful in Michigan, Ohio, .alsavhusetts, and Pennsylvania primaries
during the past few weeks will he opposed in Indiana by Sen. James Watson.
News From Other Colleges
COLUMBIA;-In an attempt to open prevention, coptrol, and extinguish-
new and larger intellectual vistas to ! meat will have a five story tower on
incoming students, a revised plan net work.
of undergraduate study will go into
effect next September at Columbia.
The first two years will be devoted to DARTMOUTH. - To promote the
"orientation and discovery." The candidacy cf Norman Thomas, social-
junior and senior years will be de- ist candidate for president, a local
voted to work in preparatio~i for socialistic group has been formed at
graduation or professional study. The Dartmouth. In a circular letter sent
new plan includes such innovations out by the organization a vote for
as lecture courses demanding neither , Thoma4 is explained as a protest
prerequisites nor examinations, and against the corruption and lack of
reading courses. social responsibility of. the two major
parties.
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY.- The student daily treats the matter
Under a new five year plan, freshmen lightly' saying that as soon as the
of 1929 will attend cla'sses in two novelty wears off the embroyonic
15 week periods, division A entering Marxians will return to their former
in September and division B after the allegiapces. However "The Prince-
first 15 week period. tonian" 'scoares Mr. Thomas' press
____-|agents for failing to announce the
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS.-After Socialist candidate as a graduate of
June 1, men taking the course in fire Princeton.

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"Tolstoy is significant not only as
the writer of the tgreatest Russian
novel, but also as a religious reform-
er and prophet," said Dr. F. S. Ond-
erdonk, of the architectural school in
the second lecture of the Tolstoy cen-
tenary series yesterday afternoon in
Angell hall.
"At the age of 50, when he wrote his
book, 'My Confession,' he decided, like'
Buddah, that the ordinary selfish life
was not worth living; that the stimul-
us of selfish pleasure must be con-
stantly increased to get the same sen-
sation, that even if tall desire is satis-
fied one is not happy, that sickness

and old age and finally death are in-
escapable."
According to Tolstoy there are four
things to do 'about it, said Dr. Onder-
donk. You may fail to realize there
is a problem.; or, realizing it, you may
give up and commit suicide; or final-
ly you may keep hoping for 'some solu-
tion, as Tolstoy did.
"Tolstoy was not a Bolshevist," said
the 'speaker. In fact, he is directly
opposed to Bolshevism. He believed
in abolishing war by encouraging in-
ternational feeling and by non-resis-
tance."

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American Forest Week
Now Being Observed-April 22-28, 1928
Michiganl has soil, elimate, consumers' need and plenty; of room for more forests.

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