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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IAI LY FICIALBULLETIN
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.n., Saturday.)
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Web and Flange:
Spring initiation at the Arch at 3 p.m., Wednesday, May 16. Banquet
the Union, 6:15 p.m. Attendance at both is urgently requested.
Wm. R. MeConochle, Secretary.

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WE DNEISDAY, MAY 16.

Number 170.

o All Deans and Registration Offieials:-
Please do not overlook the fact that with the close of the present
.ademic year a report should be submitted to the Secretary's Office contain-
.g the following information:
1. Names of all non-quota immigrant students graduating from the
niversity in June.
2. Names of any non-quota immigrant students leaving the University,
it not receiving a degree.
3. In each case above, give definite intentions of all non-quota students
aving; i.e., the date they intend to leave this country, the port from which.
ey expect to sail, and the name of the steamship.
4. Should any non-quota students wihdraw from this University with
e intention of transferring to some* other institution, give the name of
ich institution.
It is very important that the above information be secured concerning
e non-quota students of' all schools and colleges of the University, and sub-
itted to the Secretary's Office promptly.
Shirley W. Smith.
neihers' Certificates:
Blanks for the payment of the Teadhers' Certificate fee may be securedl
the offisce of the School of Education. All students who expect to be
commended for the Teachers' Certificate in June must pay their fee before
p.m., May 24, and return the receipt immediately to the Recorder, School
Education, 105 Tappan Hiall.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder.
ine Seniors-School of Education:
All Diploma and Teacher's Certificate fees must have been paid before 4
mn., May 24, and the receipts returned immediately to the Recorder, School
Education, if candidates expect to be recommended for degrees in June.
anks for this purpose may be secured at the aflice of the School of Edu-

Ann Arbor Art Association:
Two Special Exhibitions of Paintings and Etchings open on Tuesday,
May 15 in the West and North Galleries of Alumni Memorial Hall. In the
Vest Gallery the Louis W. Hill collection of American Indian Portraits; in
the North Gallery a group of recent European Etchings by Robert Fulton
Lb.gan are shown.
Bruce M. Donaldson, President.
Ann Arbor Division, Detroit Chapter, A.S.S.T.:
The last heeting of the year will be held Thursday, May 17, at 8 p.m.,
in Room 3201 East Engineering Building. Mr. Harold F. Wood, chief metal-
lurgist of the Wyman-Gordon Co., will give an illustrated talk on drop forg-
ings.
WV. P. Wood.
Sigma Delta Chi:
There will be a meeting of Sigma Delta Chi in the Press building, prompt-
ly at 3:15 o'clock this afternoon. Plans will be announced for the dinner
dance soon to be held.
Stewart hooker, President.

MUSEUM OPENING
SET FOR JUNE 15
Although the exhibits will not be
completed at the new University mu-
seum until the early part of next fall,
the date for the formal opening of the
recently completed structure has been
'set as June 15. The dedicatory pro-
gram will take place at 10 o'clock of
that morning with Dr. Thomas Bar-
bour of the Museum of Comparative
Zoology of Harvard as the principal
speaker.
The building is now open although
the moving of exhibits is still in pro-
gress. It is expected that it will also
be open to the public after the ex-
hibits have been wholly moved and
placed in the cases.
Work on the interior decoration of
the museum is all finished now, and
the planting of shrubs and seeding of
the grounds around the outside of the
building is almost completed.
Dr. Parker Honored
By Medical Society
Dr. Walter R. Parker, professor of
l ophthalmology in the Medical school,
was elected national president of the
American Ophthalmological society at
its meeting recently held in Washing-
ton, it was announced yesterday. This
society is the outstanding one in its
field, and election to its presidency
is a signal honor both for Dr. Parker
and for the University.

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CLASS

It is time

You will find it easier to
have the cap and gown
picture made now -be-
fore the last rush of grad-
uation It must be done,
the folks at. home demand
it, and deserve it.

Gretchen Krug, Recorder.

tudent; Councl
All recently .elected members of next year's Student Council are expected
attend the last meeting of the present Council at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
tident Activities room of he Union.
Courtland C. Smith.
radunte Students:
Graduate students who expect to receive a degree in June must pay the
ploma fee of $10 by May 24. Blanks for this purpose should be secured a't
ie office of the Graduate School.:
Ruth A. Ranse, Recorder.
enior Engineers:
There will be an important class meeting in Room 348 at 9 o'clock,
ednesday morning, May 16. You are requested to wear caps and gowns.
H. L. Matheson, President.
olitical Science 102-European Governments:
There will be a make-up examination today at 2 o'clock, .Room 2032
ngell Hall.
J. P, Hayden.
inst May Festival:
The first May Festival concert will take place Wednesday, May 16, at
15 o'clock.
Soloists: Margaret Matzenauer, contralto, Palmer Christian, organist,
abel Ross Rhead, accompanist, the Chicago Symphony Orchestras Frederick
:ock and Eric Delamarter (guest) conductors.
At this concert the new Frieze Memorial organ will be formally inaugur-
ed.
Program: Wagner: Overture, "The Flying Dutchman;" Pinchielli: "Voice
donna" from "Le Gioconda;" Meyerbeer: "Ah mon fils" from "Le Prophete"
argaret Matzenauer; DeLamarter: Concerto No. 1 for Organ and Orchestra,
almer Christian, (conducted by the" composer); Brahlms: Sapphische Ode,'
>n Ewiger Liebe; Schumann: Widmung; Schubert: Erlkonig, Mme. Mat-
nauer; Moore: Scherzo, "Hymn of Pan;" Karg Elert: Impression, Mulet:
>ccata, "Thou Art the Rock," Palmer .Christian; Dohnanyi: Suite for Or-
.estra, Opus 19; Wagner: "Gerechter Gott" from "Rienzi," Mme. Matzen-
ier.
The public is respectfully requested to detach from their season tickets,
td to prcsent for admission only the individual coupons. The p5ublic is
rther requested to be seated on time, as the doors will be closed during
nnbers.
Charles A. Sik.
a.y Festival Ushers:
All ticket takers and members of the ushering force must be in their
aces for the May Festival concerts promptly at 7:30 o'clock for the eve-
ng programs, and at 2 o'clock for the afternoon programs, in order that
e doors may be open promptly at these hours.A
'. A. Davenport.'
indscape Club:
There will be a meeting of the Landscape Club Wednesday evening, May
at 7:30 p.m., in Room 401 South Wing. Full attendance is requested.-
W. It. Gray, President.
hii Eta Sigma:
There will be an important meeting of all members of the classes of '29,
0, and '31 of this society on Thursday, May 17, at 5 p.m., in Room 316 of the
piion. At this time the committee on the Honor System will give a detailed
:port of its investigation. The committee has a proposal to make to the
ciety as a whole. Everyone is urgently requested to be present at this
st meeting of the year.
H. B. Palmer, President.'

NOVEL USE MADE
OP STARS NAMES
"We Buy You What The Stars Buy"
is the appeal of a new type of shop-
ping service located in that mecca of
the motion picture world, Hollywood,
California. In order to induce the
purchases of college students, to
whom the advertising of this mail
order service is being for the most
part made, such items as Will Rogers'
lasso, Neal Burns' golf driver, and
Patsy Ruth Miller's tennis racket are
being offered, "without any charge for
the service," according to the adver-
Canfield Delivers
Address On Balzac
To Language Group
"Balzac revealed to no one his,true
self," said Prof. Arthur C. Canfield,
of the Romance Languages depart-
ment, in an address delivered before
members of the Romance club yester-
day afternoon. "He was a master of
deception," Professor Canfield con-
tinued, "and lied whenever he thought
it would suit his purpose."
The difficulty of obtaining accurate
information on which to base a bio-
graphy of Balzac was explained by
Professor Cantleld. Even in some of
his mot intimate letters, he wrote
sentences intended to deceive the re-
cipients; besides this, many of his
franker letters are jealously guarded
by the' people in possession of them,
and have never been published.
Professor Canfield also evaluated
Balzac as a novelist. "He inserts
himself into his novels not by follow-
ing the law of the modernists but by
writing unconsciously in accordance
with it," he said. "His own autobio-
graphy is injected 'into many of his
stories, and he frequently inserts
much exposition."
During the business session of the
Romance club, a committee was elect-
ed 'to control the organization for the
ensuing year from the executive po-
sitions. Those elected were: Warner
F. Patterson, of the French depart-
ment, chairman; Ermelindo A. Merca-
do, of the Spanish department; Herb-
ert M. Sewell, of the Romance lang-
uages department; and Thomas A. Mc-
Guire, of the Modern languages de-
.partment.
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WE GUARANTEE TILE
HIGHEST CASH PRICES
FOR USED CLOTHES
.hone Calls Given Prompt
Attention
NEW AND USED CLOTHING
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tisement.
Other items include such most de-
sirable and luxurious articles as John
Barrymore's fitted dressing bag in mo-
rocco and gold for the slight sum of
$730. For the ladies there are many
delightful purchases least of which
is not Joan Crawford's poochipet pup-
py!
NORTHWESTERN-Sixteen geology
students who h&fe been chosen by,
their instructors to be the best in
their classes will each receive Geo-
logical hammers for their efforts.

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