THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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.)
FRIDAY, MAY 18.
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.
Notice to All Seniors:
There are five more business days after today for payment of diploma
and certificate fees of any candidates for graduation at the coming com-
mencement. If you have not yet paid, please delay no longer. There can and
will be no 'extension beyond 4 p.m., May 24.1
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Dedication of !ablet in Memory of The Late Professor Joseph Baker Davis:
On Saturday afternoon, May 19, at 3 o'clock, in the Engineering Quad-
rangle, will occur the exercises for the dedication of the tablet in memory of
the late Professor J. B. Davis.
Addresses: Mr. George IT, Fenkell, '95, "Professor Davis, the Engineer;"
Mr. Gardner S. Williams, '89, "Profes'sor Davis' Service to the College of
Engineering -and to the University;" Mr. George M. Ames, '85, ''Professor
Davis and Michigan Engineers;" Mr. Louis E. Ayres, '08, "The Influence of
Professor Davis on the Younger Men."
Unveiling of tablet by Mr. Carleton W. Angell, the artist and designer.
Presentation of the memorial to the Univer'sity by Professor Clarence T.
Its acceptance for the University by Secretary Shirley W. Smith.
Louis A. Hopkins.
Mr. J. A. Pickens, representing the Butterwick Company of New York,
wil be in Room 304 Michigan Union, on Friday, May 18, from 2 to 5 p.m.,
to interview students interested in employment for the summer.
J. A. Bursley.
There will be no meeting of this class today.
E. M. Gale.
Glacial Geology Field Trip:
The class in Geology 128, Glacial Geology, will make a field trip by
motor bu S into Jackson County, Saturday morning, May 19, leaving the Natural
Science Building at 8:30 o'clock, and returning .at noon. The bus fare will be
one dollar for each member. Take map of Ann Arbor Quadrangle and
a note book.
Geography Summer Field Course:
There will be a meeting, Friday evening at 7:15 p.m., in Room 11, Angell
Hall, for all students who contemplate attending the Geography Summer
Camp in Kentucky.
R. B. Hall.
Choral Union, Frederick Stock, Percy Grainger (guest conductors.)
The program is as follows: Sinigaglia: Overture, "Le Baruffe Chi-
oziotte," Opus 32; Bellini: ''Ca'sta Diva" from "Norma;" Ponchielli: "Sui-
cidio" from "La Gioconda" Leonora Corona; Glazounow: Symphony No. 4 E.
Flat Major, Opus 48; Grainger: "Marching Song of Democracy" University
Choral Union (Conducted by the Composer); Puccini: "In Quelle Trine Mor-
bide" from "Manon;" Puccini: "Vissi d'arte" from "Tosca," Leonora Corona;
Strawinsky: Suite from ''L'Oiseau de Feu;" Tchaikowsky: "Adieu, forets,"
from Jeanne D'Arc," Leonora. Corona.
The public is respectfully requested to detach from their season tickets,
and to present for admission only the individual coupons. The public is
further requested to be seated on time as the doors will be closed during
Charles A. Sink.
Lecture CAmrse For 1928-29:
The lecture course committee of the Oratorical association will meet next
week to begin consideration of next year's lecture course. Any member of the
University faculty who wishes to make suggestions in regard to next year's
lecture program should send the suggestions at once to Professor J. M.
O'Neill, 3211 Angell Hall, Chairman of the Committee.
Robert J. Gessner, President of the Oratorical Association, 1928-29.
French Play Pictures:
Members of the cast or others wishing to secure a photo of the French
play, "Le Docteur Miracle," may see the proofs and leave their orders in
Room 104, South Wing, office of the Romance. Language Department. All
orders must be in before May 24.
Max Fruhauf, Jr., Treasurer Cercle Francais.
Adelphi House of Representatives:
New members should order their pins immediately at Burr Patterson &
Auld, Forest and South University Avenue.
All bills should be presented and all initiation fees should be paid at
the meeting Tuesday next. This is necessary in order to close the books for
All active and associate members are asked to be present at the Debate,'
Business meeting and Banquet next week.
Robert H. Lloyd, Treasurer.
Phi Delta Kappa:
Annual field day activitie's will occur Friday, June 1, at the Huron Hills
Country Club, beginning at 4 p.m. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m., followed
by a social evening of dancing and card playing. As the tickets ($1.50 per
person) for this occasion are'limited, reservations must be made before May
Reginald D. XacNitt, President Omega Chapter.
Cosmopolhtaint Club, Re-Election M$eeting:
Owing to the fact that last Saturday's election was unconstitutional on
the ground of not having a quorum present, there will be a re-election of of-
fificers next Monday evening after the final banquet which is to be held in
the Union Ball room, May 21, 6 p.m. Nominations could be made from the
floor for the various offices. All active members are urgently asked to be
Raja F. Howrani, President.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
Two Special Exhibitions of Paintings and Etchings opened on Tuesday,
May 15 in the West and North Galleries of Alumni Memorial Hall. In the
West Gallery the Louis W. Hill collection of American Indian Portraits; in
the North Gallery a group of recent European Etchings by Robert Fulton
Logan are shown.
Bruce X. Donaldson, President.
Beta Kappa lllio Girls:
The bus to North Lake will leave
Barbour Gymnasium at 3:15 o'clock
Sunday afternoon. Please be prompt
and bring a cup, fork and spoon with
Beatriie Av. Johnson.
)Iichigan Union Opera Music:
Anyone planning to submit music
for the 1928 Michigan Union Opera
should make an ,ppointment with
Roy S. Langham to be sure that it
will be properly prepared for a hear-
ing by the committee next week.
Roy S. Langham, Conductor.
Members of the Club and friends
are invited to the home of Mrs. E. M.
Fales, 1245 Fair Oak Parkway, at the
head of Granger Avenue, Saturday,
May 19, at 8 p.m., to meet Mr. Louis
G. Gregory, of Washington, D. C., who
will speak on "New lope for Inter-
W. W. Denton.
DE FILIPPIS WILL
RETURN FOR VISIT
Returning after an absence of eight
months, Michael De Filippis, former
instructor in the Romance languages,
department, is expected to reach Ann
Arbor in a few days for a brief visit
before leaving for a vacation in It-
aly, it was announced yesterday.
Mr. De Filippis has accepted an ap-
pointment as an instructor of Span-
ish in San Bernardino Junior college,
California. He was an instructor at
the University for some years until
forced to leave, in the fall of 1926,
because of his health.
CHORUS WILL REHEARSE
Rehearsal for the chorus of -the
choral union will be held at 9:30
o'clock this morning in Hill auditori-
um, according to an announcement of
Earl V. Moore, director.
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'sohn: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra E Minor, Opus 64, Benno Rabinof;
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Chabrier; Waltz Scherzo; Kreisler: Gypsy Caprice; Paganini: Witches' 4
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