During the week end of Mother's Day (6 p.m., May 11 to 8 a.m., May 141
d during the week; of the' May Festival (8 a.m., May 14 to 8 a.m., May 21),
e automobile regulations wi1 be waived in the case of students driving cars
which either one or both parents are riding. Exceps in these particular
ses, there will be no change in the present regulations.
J. A. Bursley.
All approved householders having rooms to rent to men students for the,
mmer Session are requested to list them at the Office of the Dean of Stu-
nts, Room 2, University Hall. by June 1. Dial 6115.
All persons having light housekeeping rooms, apartments, or houses to
for the Summer Session are asked to list them at the same office as soon
F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean.
Members of the Senior Class:
The Business Office staff members desire to express sincere thanks to
s2 members og; the senior class who have already, in reponse to our ap-
Al, paid the diploma fee. This action has been very helpful.
kttenion of all others interested is called to the following. In no ca'se
1 the University confer a degree at Commencement 1928 upon any stu-
it who fails tc) pay the diploma fee before 4 o'clock p.m., Thursday, May
In case the Faculty does not recommend any payer, the fee will be re-
ided on surrender of receipt for payment. The above applies to fees for all
cial certificates. Candidates for degrees or certificates should at once
out card at office of the Secretary of their College or School, pay the
easurer of the University, and have card receipted, and file indicated see-
a of this receipted card with the Secretary of their College or School. It
urged that you: do not delay until the last moment, but that you attend to
s matter at once.
Naval Aviation: who is the Director of the National Physical Education Service will be the
Those who can present satisfactory excuses for not having taken the speakers of the evening.
examination on Aviation Engines may take a makeup examination in this Anyone interested in hearing these speakers is cordially invited.
subject at 7:15 p.m., Tuesday, May 8, in Rooni 348, West Engineering'Build- harmon S. Jones, Secretary.
C. M. Ellicock. Adelphi House of Representatives:
---All members should inspect the bulletin board today. A special attraction
English 6, Engineering Report-Writing: is scheduled for tonight. Robert H. Lloyd, Treasurer.
Last semester students who have not taken their reports may get' them
Iby calling during office hours at Room 1047 East Engineering Building. Scabbard and BladW:
J. Raleigh Nelson. There will be a meeting at the Union at 8 o'clock onWednesday, May 9.
--- 2C. E. Staff.
Makeup excursions will be conducted Wednesday at 1 o'cldck for those ; Alpha Nu:
who have missed two or more trips., Cards bearing the name of the student Alpha Nu debating society will meet Tuesday, May 8 at 7:30 o'clock in the
and the name of the trip missed should be left in Room 4061 N.S., before 11 Alpha NV room. All members are requested to attend this meeting if pos-
o'clock on Wednesday and the bulletin board should be consulted before the sible. An important busines meeting will be held.
trips are started. The program will be given over to a debate between Portia and Alpha
L. D. Scott. Nu upon the question "Resolved that the constituion be -amended so as to
give Congress power over marriage and divorce."
Sociology 51: I All present are allowed a three minute argument.
My section meeting at 9 o'clock Mondays and Fridays will have a writ- John E. Webster, President.
ten at the next meeting Friday, May 11, covering chapters 11-22 of the text. I
L. J. Carr. Alpha Lambda Delta:
E H C8a There will be a meeting of Alpha Lambda Delta on Thursday, May 10,
English Honors Course, 1928-1929: at 4 p.m., in Barbour Gymnasium. All freshmen members are urged to
Students interested in the English Honors Course for 1928-1929 are re- come. Alice Sunderland, President.
quested to report to me between 3 and 4 o'clock -any day this week. Hours
for next week will be announced later. Hillel Foundation:
Louis A.Strauss. Mr. Waldo Abbot of the Rhetoric Department will be the guest speaker
Su.erHighwaysohmoreop:oat the Men's Luncheon to be held today a 12:15 o'lock in he Ladles Dining
Freshman and sophomore civl engineering students who are interested Room of the Michigan Union. Harry Selgson.
in highway engineering positions for the summer, and who have not made
out applicationq. please see me at 1224 East Engineering Building, before Fri- Tryouts For Comedy Club:
day, May 11.
y y L, orrison. Spring tryouts for Comedy club will be held Friday, May 11, at 3 o'clock
in Newberry Hall Auditorium. Candidates will please be prepared to give a
Bowling For Women: two minute selection from some play. Roy G. Curtis, Pe'sident.
The bowling alleys in the new Athletic Field House are open every after-
noon (Saturday excepted) from 4 to 6 o'clock. All women associated with the
University are invited to use them.
Laurie E. Campbell. P
Dr. G. Cario, of Gottingen University, who is an International Fellow at
Princeton, will speak on "Laboratory Excitation of the Spectrum of the -
Aurora," Tuesday, May 8, at 4:15 p.m., in Room 1041. All interested are in-
D. 31. Dennison.
La Sociedad Hispanica will present three one act plays:
"El Enamorado" by Gregorio Martinez Sierra.
"El Milagro" by Linares Rivas.
"La Plancha de la Marquesa" by Pedro Munoz Seca.
On Wednesday, May 9, at 8 o'clock, Sarah Casewll Angell Hall. Tickets
50 cents at the door. Members may secure their tickets from thc\ Treasurer
Julio del Toro.
The annual all-Pharmacy banquet will be held Tuesday evening, May 8,
at the Michigan Union. The speaker of the evening will be Prof. J. L. Brumm
of the Journalism department, his topic to be "Efficiency and Culture." Harry
McDonald of Detroit, will also be on the program. Tickets, which will be
$1.50 each, may be obained from members of the committee or from the
Secretary's office Room 250 Chemistry Building.
R. C. Bye, Chairman.
HlatlenalaClub: GOO L TE
Regular meeting will be held Tuesday, May 8, at 8 p.m., in Room 3201 GOOD CLOTH ES
Angell Hall. Prof. Carver will present "Business Forecasting by Mathe-
matical Statistical Methods." Mr. Cohen will present "On Sets Which Can Be
Mapped on Subsets of the Linear Continuum." All interested are cordiallyIFR E V ELA
W. W. Denton.
Hoover Club Meeting: We have Clothes for young men,
Mr. Roscere Bonisteel, delegate to the Republican National Convention to
be -held in Kansas City, will be the speaker at the Hoover-for-President
Club meeting tonight, Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m., in Room 304 of the \Michigan mature men, Unversity me-
Union. All club members and others interested are invited to attend. In short, ;ere now showing
Martin Mol, President.
Business Administration Club: GOOD CLOTHES for EVERY
President Little will speak at a student-faculty mixer of the Business
Administration Club Tuesday, May 8 at 7:30 p.m., in Room 319-325 Michigan MAN. You really owe it to
Union. Students and faculty of the School of Business Administration and
'associate members of the Club are invited to attend. Smokes and refresh- yourself to come in and see them
mets will be served.
Clyne Crawford, President. i now, while our range of styles
Men's Physical Education Club: is Complete.
The last meeting of the club will be held Wednesday evening, May 9, Sti
at 8 o'clock, Room 20, Waterman Gym. The selection of officers for the en
suing year will take place at that time and every man is asked to be present b
at the meeting.
Coach Holloway of he Ann Arbor High School and Mr. James E. Rogers, KPPEN HEIM ER
isiness Administration Lecture:
Mr. Guy W. Ellis, President Guy W. Ellis Company and past President
etroit Real Estate Board, will lecture on Tuesday, May 8, 'at 2:30 o'clock,
Room 206 Tappan Hall on the subject "The Real Estate Broker and Prob-
ms of Urban Land Utilization." This is the second lecture in a series and
11 deal particularly with the technique of studying properties, listing them
r 'sale and analyzing their potentialities. All who are interested are in-
ted. (Note change in lecture hotir from 4:15 to 2:30 o'clock.).
C. E. Griffin, Acting Dean
Sunday, May 13
MOTHER'S DAY CARDS, STATIONERY,
FRAMED MOTTOES-BOOKS OF VERSE
AND OTHERS ESPECIALLY SUITED
TO THIS BEAUTIFUL OCCASION
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