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


TVE S 1)AY, MAY 1ti.

Number 169.

University Senate:
The fourth regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1927-
1928 will be held in Room C, Law Building on Monday, May 21, at 4:15 p.m.
Order of business:
1. Annual report of the Board in Control of Student Publications.
2. Memorial to Professor F. C. Newcombe.
3. Memorial to Professor H. S. Mallory.
4. Election of Secretary.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate.
To All Deans and Registration Officials:
Please do not overlook the fact that with the close of the present
academic year a report should be submitted to the Secretary's Office contain-
ing the following information:
1. Naimes of all non-quota immigrant students graduating from the
University in June.
2. Names of any non-quota immigrant students leaving the University,1
but not receiving a degree.
3. In each case above, give definite intentions of all non-quota students
leaving; i.e., the date they intend to leave this country, the port from which
they expect to sail, and the name of the steamship.
4. Should any non-quota students wihdraw from this University with
the intention of transferring to some other institution, give the name of
such institution.
It is very important that the above information be secured concerning
the non-quota students of all schools and colleges of the University, and sub-
mitted to the Secretary's Office promptly.
Shirley W. Smith.
To Members of the Senior Class:
The Business Office staff members desire to express sincere thanks to
those members of the senior class who have already, in response to our ap-
peal, 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-
dent who fails to pay the diploma fee before 4 o'clock p.m., Thursday, May
24. In case the Faculty does not recommend any payer, the fee will be re-
funded on surrender of receipt for payment. The above applies to fees for all
special certificates. Candidates for degrees or certificates should at once
fill, out card at office of the Secretary of their College or School, pay the
Treasurer of the University, and have card receipted, and file indicated see.
tion of this receipted card with the Secretary of their College or School. It
is urged that you do not delay until the last moment, but that you attend to
this matter at once.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary, University.
Senior Employment:
Representatives from several investment banking houses will be in Ann
Arbor to interview seniors interested in the work. Register at the office of
the Committee on Vocational Counsel and Placement, 201 Mason Hall for
appointments. Many positions in various fields are available to graduates
through this office.
W. E. Parker.
Interviews and Examination for Admission to the Med al School:
Students of the University of Michigan in residence who are- applicants
for admissiot to the Medical School will be interviewed by the members ofl
the Committee on Admissions during May and June. These interviews will
begin shortly and applicants will be notified of time and place of inter-
The written examination, for which no preparation is necessary, will be
held in the West Amphitheater of the West Medical Building, at 9 a.m., on
June 13. The time required will probably be about two hours.
Hugh CAbok" Dean .
Lecture On The Profession Of MedicIne:
Dean Hugh Cabot will lecture on the profession of Vedicine on Thurs-
day, May 24 at 4:10 o'clock in Natural Science Auditorium. This lecture is
designed for the benefit of students who may contemplate entering the pro-
W.' R. Humphreys, Assistant Dean.
Lecture on the Profession of Forestry:
Dean S. T. Dana will lecture on the profession of Forestry on Thurs-
day, May 17 at 4:10 o'clock in 1025 Angell Hall. Th4s lecture is designed'
for the benefit of students particularly those enrolled in the College of Lit-
erature, Science, and the Arts, and' in the College of Engineering, who may
desire information concerning Forestry as a profession,
W. I, Humphreys, Assistant Deadl.
June Seniors-School of Education:
All Diploma and Teacher's Certificate fees must have been paid before 41
p.m., May 24, and the receipts returned immediately to the Recorder, School
of Education, if candidates expect to be recommended for degrees in June..
Blanks for this purpose may be secured at the 'office of the School of Edu-

I Teachers' Certificates:'
Blanks for the payment of the Teachers' Certificate fee may be secured
at the offiee of .the School of Education. All students who expect to be
recommended for the Teachers' Certificate in June must pay their fee before
4 p.m., May 24, and return the receipt immediately to the Recorder, School
of Education, 105 Tappan Hall.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
Senior Mechanical and Chemical Engineers:
Mr. C. R. Dooley, representing the Standard Oil Company of New Jersey,
will be in Room 221, West Engineering Building, Tueday, May 15, to interview
those interested in positions with this company.
H. C. Anderson.
Senior Engineers:
There will be an important class meeting in Room 348 at 9 o'clock,
Wednesday morning, May 16. You are requested to wear caps and gowns.
H. L. Matheson, President.
Junior Engineers:
There will be a very important class meeting Tuesday morning at 11
o'clock in Room 348 West Engineering Building. Four men will be elected to
serve on the Engineering Council.
W9illiam IL Houghi, President.
Trip to General Motors Proving Grounds:
This trip wil be takei Wednesday afternoon, May 16, buses leaving the
Engineering Arch at 1 p.m. The party will return before 6 p.m. Cost will
not exceed $1.50. The Student Branch of A.S.M.E. is putting on the trip es-
pecially for engineers though interested students from other portions of the
campus will be welcome. Reservations may be made by calling University 123
or signing one of the trip posters on the engineering bulletin boards before
Tuesday evening.
2'. )M. Shoemaker.
English Honors Course, 1928-1929:
Students who wish to.apply for membership must register this week with
me or another member of the committee. Hours for consultation: 11-12
o'clock and 3 to 4 o'clock, daily.
Louis A. Strauss.

ents, following which Mr. Skinner, designer and manufacturer of the organ,
will be called upon for a brief address.
The general public, with the exception of small children, is invited.
Specially invited guests will be admitted by tickets to a specially reserved
section of the main floor, the general public being admitted without tickets to
the balance of the main floor and the balconies.
Charles A. Sink.
Foatball Candidates:
There will be an important meeting of all football candidate's at the
Union at 7:30 o'clock tonight, May 15.
E. E. Wieman.
Physics Colloquium:
Mr. W. S. Huxford will speak on ''Determination of the Charge of Posi-
tive Thermions from Measurements of Shot-Effect," Tuesday, May 15, at 4:15
o'clock in Room 1041. All interested are invited.
D. M. Dennison.

United States Owns
Best School System
Undisputed leadership in education
is given the United States by an es-
timate issued by the Federal Bureau
of Education. The report places the,
number of college students in this
country at about 1,000,000, greater
than the combined total of all other
countries by about 50,000.
The number of pupils of high school
rank is slightly less than the combin-
ed total of the other countries, while
America has 29,000,000 in schools of
all kinds, furnishing more than one-
fifth of the world's total.

Alpha u:
Alpha Nu debating society will meet
Tuesday, May 15, at 7:30 o'clock in the
Alpha Nu room. The fina intra-so-
ciety debate between the seniors and
the freshmen will conclude the series.
The cup award will be made. Elec-
tion of officers will follow the pro-
John Webster, President.
Scabbard and Blade
There will be a meeting Wednes-
day, May 16 at 8 o'clock in the Union.
C. E. Stalf.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
Two Special Exhibitions of Paint-
ings and Etchings open on Tuesday,
May 15 in the West and North Gal-
leries of Alumni Memorial Hall. In
the West Gallery the Louis W. Hill
collection of American Indian Por-
traits; in the North Gallery a group
of recent European Etchings by Rob-
ert Fulton Logan are shown.
Bruce M. Donaldson, President.



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be bored*

Sociology 166--Pablkc Opinhln:
I shall be unable to meet this class this week.

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L. J. Carr.

New Frieze Memorial Organ:
The opening recital on the New Frieze Memorial Organ takes placeI
Tuesday evening, May 15, at 8:15 o'clock. Palmer Christian, organist of the
University of Michigan and head of the organ department of the University
School of Music, with the collaboration ,of Eric Delamarter, organist Fourth
Presbyterian Church, Chicago, and associate conductor of the Chicago Sym-
phony Orchestra, will play the following program:
Bach: Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C; Karg-Elert: Landscape in Mist,
Gigout: Scherzo, Franck: Choral in A minor; Widor: Cantabile (Symphony
VI), Cantilene (Symphony "Romane"), Final (Symphony 't'Gothique") Mr.
Delamarter; Saint-Saens: Prelude, Russell: Up the Saguenay, Delamarter:
The Fountain (A Chinese Garden), Held: Cradle Song, Vierne: Finale
(Symphony I).
A brief address will be made by a representative of the Board of Reg-

Romance Club:
There will be a meeting of the
Romance Club today at 4:15 o'clock,
Room 319, Michigan Union., Grad
uate students are cordially invited to
this pMeeting.
Julio 'del Toro.
'. J_ u "'~c~hange in plans, there will
no neeting on Tuesday, May 15.
Watch " ft further notice in The
I r,,r B. analmer, President.
' a bard .aid Blade:
; i'e8 '.1l be a Pledge meeting at
m ,r thii 'afternoon at .O T.C.
tL S. Griffang.:
V ia t i 1y
The Apring initiation of Tau Beta
Pi will be held at the Union, Tuesday,
May 15, at 5 p.m.,tand wll be followed
y 'a lbanquet "at 6:15 o'clock., All
Members ofTrau Beta Pi are cordially
ine~ tesof attnd
L D.l Weston, Secretary.
Adlplph1louse of x*esentahtives:
esdayevening the initiation of
,the liewmembers will take place. All
for offcers and Associate mem-
burs sildattend.
,The d essondof the debate topic'
will continue. Plans for the annual
elecopnand banquet will be made.
Robert If. Ltoyd, Treasurer.

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'Gretchen Krug, Recorder.

A great deal of activity is taking
place in the Forestry school ,this
week. In addition to the Junior class-
trip to Higgins State forest under the
supervision of Prof. Robert J. Craig,
Mir. J. C. Allen will go to Lansing!
Wednesday to address a group of
retail luwnberinen on bringing back
forests to Michigan.
It was also announced that Dr.
Raphael Zon, director of the Lake
States experiment station at St.
Paul was here to confer with Dean
S. T. Dana regarding collaborating
their efforts oni research this summer.

Co Dow



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