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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.)

Volunie S.


Number 160.

'reshmnen and Sophomores, Spring Games:
In accordance with custcm and with the consent of their respective
)eans, Freshmen and Sophomores in the Colleges of Literature, Science, and
he Arts, Engineering and Architecture, and Pharmacy are excused from
lasses from 3 p.m., Friday, May 4, until 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, May 5,
o allow them to participate in the spring games.
C. C. Little.
['o Members of the Senior Class:
The Business Office staff members desire to express sincere thanks to
hese members of the senior class who have already, In response to our ap-
'eal, paid the diploma fee. This action has been very helpful.
Attention of all others interested is called to the following. In no case
will the University confer a degree at Commencement 1928 upon any stu-
ent who fails to pay the diploma fee before 4 o'clock p.m., Thursday, May 24.
n case the Faculty does not recommend any payer, the fee will be refunded
in surrender of receipt for payment. The above applies to fees for all
pecial certificates. Candidates for degrees or certificates should at once
i out card at ofilce of the Secretary of their College or School, pay the
reasurer of the University, and have card receipted, and file indicated sec-
ion of this receipted card with the Secretary of their College or School. It
s ur.ged that you do not delay until the last moment, but that you attend to
hiis matter at once.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary, University.
'ublic Lecture:
The School of Education is pleased to announce that Dr. Petersen, DI-
ector of Teacher Training in Jena University, Germany, will. give a public
ecture Friday, May 4, at 4:05 o'clock in the Natural Science Auditorium. Dr.
'etersen's topic is ;Educational Tendencies in Modern. Europe." The public
s coidially invited.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary.
xhibitions in Architectural Building:
The following exhibitions are now open to the public: A collection of
uropean and Amercan water colors by Mrs. Jane C. Stanley of Detroit;
thograph's, wood cuts and dry-points showing bits of the Grand Canyon,
Cocky Moutains, and other Western views, by Professor Birger Sandzen of
ethany College, Lindsborg, Kansas.
Emil Lorch.
raduate Students (Fellowship in European Economic History):
The Graduate School has received a gift of a fellowship of one thou'sand
ollars ($1,000) a year for three years from an anonymous donor. The fellow-
hip is open to graduate students working for the Ph.D. degree in the Uni-
ersity who wish to do research in European Economic History. The holder
rill be expected to spend most of the tenure of the-fellowship in ,Europe.
.pplications will be received by the Dean of the Graduate School until May

Open Road European Tour:
The Michigan group which goes to Europe this summer under the aus-
pices of the Open Road has room for four more members. The trip is planned
as an Art-Theater-Literary tour, and men students who have these interests
are invited to telephone the leader at 21103, or write him at 711 South First
Oakley C. Johnson, Leader.
University of Michigan 'Varsity Band:
Impartant rehearsal this afternoon at Hill Auditorium from 5 to 6 p.m.
The M.S.C. Bandmen will be present at this rehearsal in preparation for to-
night's concert. Bring your racks.
Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Assistant Manager.
U. of M. 'Varsity Band and M.S.C. 'Varsity Band in Concert:
Tonight at 7:30 o'clock the University of Michigan Band and the Michigan
State College will present a concert in Hill Auditorium. The concert is free
and both students and general public are invited.
Bellini: Overture, "Norma;" Falcone: "'M' Men March;" Ketelbey: "In
a Persian Market;" Sousa: 'Stars and Stripes Forever March;" Dvorak:
"Largo" from "The New World" Symphony, (arrangement by Lenard Fal-
cone; Herbert: "American Fantasia" "Alma Mater" of M.S.C.; "The Yellow
and Blue."
Robert A. Caimipbell, Faculty Manager.
Alpha Kappa Delta:
The spring initiation banquet will be held at the Michigan Union, Room
316, Friday, May 4, at 6:30 o'clock. Dr. William F. Ogburn, Professor of
Sociology at the University of Chicago will give the principal address. Pro-
fessor Charles H. Cooley will also speak at this time. Those who have not
already made reservations should communicate immediately with R. H. Mac-
Richard C. Fuller, President.
Phi Eta Sigma:
All members who have not yet received their membership certificat3s
should call for them Friday, May 4, in the Dean's office in University Hall.
This includes all members initiated this year. Friday will be the last oppor-
Douglas U Edwards, Secretary and Treasurer.

A group of water colors by Mrs.
Jane C. Stanley are now on exhibi-
tion in the lower corridors of the
Architectural building. Mrs. Stanley
is one of the best known water color
painters in the middle west and has
painted in almost every locality of-
fering picturesque material. She
works with great freedom', gets good
color effects, and successfully pre-
sents a wide range of subject matter.
:'f."*...* ::::: In the present group are found moue-
tan and harbor views and interiors,
N X all painted with that rollicking free-
.dom which makes water colors good

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fun to those who have mastered its
great technical difficulties.
Prof. Birger Sandzen, of Bethany
college, Lindsborg, Kansas, is pre-
senting the exhibition of lithographs,
woodcuts, and dry points, also in the
lower corridors of the Architectural
building. Sandzen is one of the most
powerful original artists of the west
and his drawings are marked with
great vigor and directness. Examples
of his art are hung in a number of
American and foreign art galleries.
The public is invited to inspect these

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Claude G. Bowers
Who has been chosen to deliver the
keynote address' at the democratic
national convention. Mr. Bowers is
the editorial writer of The New York
Evening World.
Sixty members of the Naval R.O.T.C.
will take a ten day's cruise on board-
the U.S.S. Wyoming following the
close of the present semester.


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G. Carl Huber.

e Seniors-School of Education:
All Diploma and Teacher's Certificate fees must have been paid before 4
., May 24, and the receipts returned immediately to the Recorder, School
Education, if candidates expect to be recommended for degrees in dine.
aks for this purpose may be secured at the office of the School of Edu-
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
chers' Certificates:
Blanks for the payment of the Teachers' Certificate fee may be secured
:be offilce of the School of Education. All students who expect to be
>mmended for the Teacher''s Certificate in June must pay their fee before
im., May 24, and return the receipt immediately to the Recorder, School
Education, 105 Tappan Hall.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
shmnen Engineers, Sophomore Electrical Engineers:
The Cooperative Course in Electrical Engineering and Industry will be
:ribed at a meeting to be held in Room 348, West Engineering Building,
lay, May 4, at 7:30 p.m. Those students interested in electing this course
er next summer or next fall should attend thi's meeing.
Stephen S. Attwood.
ority and Fraternity Presidents:
Will the organizations interested in arranging for the services- of the
d Director for next year please see me as soon as possible at my office in
bour Gymnasium. Office hours 3 to 5 o'clock every afternoon but Wednes-

Series Of Lectures Will Commemor-
ate The Hundredth Anniversary
Of Noted Author
Prof. Robert Morse Lovett, member
of the editorial board of the "New
Republic," playwright, author,tand
professor of the English Department
of the University of Chicago, will de-
liver a public address here Friday,
May 11, on "Tolstoy, Artist in Hu-
man Life."
Professor Lovett's tall will be the
first of a series, of three, which has
been organized by the Tolstoy Cen-
tenary committee made up of mem -
hers of the University faculty. The
next speaker on this program is
Prof. William Lyon Phelps, of Yale
university; who will not speak until
the coming fall.
Hundredth Anniversary
This year marks the 100th anni-
versary of the birth of Count Leo Tol-
stoy, author and socialist, and will
be celebrated in many countries. As
Tolstoy was by no means a Bolshe-
vik, he and his followers in Russia
were persecuted under the rule of
the "Reds," and Tolstoyians even to-
day are being opposed for their rad-
ical pacifist beliefs. For this reason,
Tolstoy followers, instead of cele-
brating the birthday of their leader,
must remain quiet for fear of being
Since Tolstoy, to secure the wid-
est possible circulation for his books.
granted no country or concern a
copyright and did not give the trans-
lating right to any company, no com-
plete edition of his works has ever
been published for no concern wished
to take so great a risk. This year,
however, the Tolstoy society of Lon-
don is undertaking to print a full
set of all of Tolstoy's works which
will be published in three series,
1928-29-30 in commemoration of the
Tolstoy centenary.
Large Faculty Committee
..Faculty members on the commit-
tee sponsoring the series of lectures
on which Professor Lovett is the
first speaker, are: Prof. Peter M.
Jack, Prof. William A. Frayer, Prof.
Charles H. "Cooley, Prof. Preston W.
Slosson, Prof. Carl D. Camp, Prof.
Clarence L. Meader, Prof. DeWitt H.
Parker, Prof. William W. Denton,
Prof. Arthur E. Wood, Prof. How-
ard Y. McCluskey, Prof. John H.
Muyskens Prof. Roy W. Sellars, Mrs.
Lila Pargment, Mr. Oakley C. John-
son, Dr. Francis S'. Onderdonk, and
Mr. E. H. Thompson.
The following officers were elect-
ed for next year at the regular meet-
ing of La Sociedad Hispanica Wed-
nesday night: Miss Gertrude Holton,
'29, president; Miss Katherine Bird,
'29, vice nresident; John Weir, '30,
secretary; and Miss Catherine Price,
'30, treasurer. An instructive talk was
given by Miss Katherine Scudder on
"Lope de Vega."


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dversity Women:
I will not be at my office in the Health Service this afternoon.
Dr. Marg riet Ball.
'use Presidents:
All Signing-out Slips for April must be in the office of Ahvisers of Women
Barbour Gymnasium by Wednesday night, May 9.
Alice C. Lloyd.
acial Geology Trip Postponed:
The trip planned for students in Geology 128, Glacial Geology, on May 5,
i be postponed to May 12.
Frank Leverett.
ejistr-Y 5E--Sectlon 135:
I shall be unable to meet this class at 11 o'clock today.
C. P. Tieeple*.
urnalism 5i2:
I shall be unable to meet my class in advanced news-writing on the after-
on of Friday, May 4.
Donal Hamilton Halnes.
-Pharmacy Banquet:
The annual all-Pharmacy banquet will be held Tuesday evening, May 8,
the Michigan Union. The speaker of the evening will be Prof. J. L. Brumin
the Journalism department, his topic to be "Efficiency and Culture." Harry
Donald of Detroit, will also be on the program. Tickets, which will be
50 each, may be obtained from members of the committee or from the
eretary's office Room 250 Chemistry Building.
R. C. Byce, Chairman.
fiversity Club:
The annual meeting will occur on the last Club Night of the year, Fri-
y, May 4. Officers are elected at this meeting. Professor A. L. Dunham
d Doctor Robert Mark Wenley are on the program.
Program Committee.
gebic Range Club:
The last meeting of the club for this year will be held on Friday, May 4,
8 p.m., in Room 302, Michigan Union. Officer's for the coming year will be
cted, also plans for a banquet will be discussed. All members and men
the Gogebic Range are requested to attend.
Peter Bugni, President.

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