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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MAY

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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.)

Volume 8.

FIDAY, MAY, 25.

Number 178.

plicants are requested to leave their names with Prufessor Bragg or Profes-
sor Sadler, Room 326 West Engineering Building, before the end of the col-
lege year.
Herbert C. Sadler.
'Varsity Band. and Glee Club:
The annual banquet for the Band and Glee Club will be held tonight at
6:30 o'clock at the Union. All men who belong to those organizations are
cordlially invited to attend.
Gilbert B. Saltanstall, Assistant Band Manager.
Herbert J. 'Palmer, Manager of the Glee Club.
Music Gradpation Recital:
Beth Hamilton, violinist, of Battle Creek, and William Dorr Legg, pianist,
of Ann Arbor, members of the senior class of the University School of Music,
will give a joint graduation recital at the School of Muse, Thursday, May 31,
at 8 p.m., to which the general public, with the exception of small children, is
invited. The program will be as follows:
Mozart: Sonata for violin sand piano, in G, Beth Hamilton and W. Dorr
Legg; Bach: Prelude and Fugue, C minor, Beetlioven: Sonata, Op., 28 (first
movement) W. Dorr Legg; Bach: Gavotte en rondeau, and Bourree, from the
Sixth Solo-Sonata, E major, Beth Hamilton; Brahms: Capriccio, Op. 76, No.

Students Of Library
Science Hold Dinner
Instituting, a precedent Wednesday
night, the school of library science
held its first annual dinner :at the

CONTINUE MOVING
MUSEUM EXHIBITS
Work of moving the exhibitions to
the new University museum is pro-
gressing in as routine a manner as
can be expected. Installation of the

A nu ohile Ilegiilations :
Tho Regents' regulation in regard to the student use of motor vehicles,
will terminate cn Saturday, June 9 at 5 p.m. It will go into effect for Sum-
mer School :t 8 a.m., on June 25.
J. A. Bursley.
University Lecture:
Professor Joie Vas:yncFlos, former Minister of Education of Mexico,
wil lecture Monday, May 28, at 4:15 p.m., in Natural Science Auditorium on
the subject "iMexico and the United States." Thiis lecture will be in English

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Wed.-sat. Mats......50c to $2.50
The Musical Sensation You
have Been Waiting For
Schwab and Mandel's Thrilling
Operetta
THE DESERT SONG

HanedTvern. After the dinner
r, new dust-proof cases is almost com-
Dr. Bishop. head librarian of the urni- pleted, and the exhibits will be plac-
versity, gave an address which was ed in them as soon as they are whol-
followed by a number of shorterI ly moved.
toasts. The geology department is mount-
The other speakers were: Pr of.ing all of its specimens anew before
Margaret Mann, of the catalogue and butting them into the cases. It is a
classification department of the libra- slow process, and it is expected that
ry; Prof. C. B. Joeckle, of the library none of the exhibits will be completed
administration and book selection de- by the time of the opening of the mu-
partments; Mr. Cooper, a graduate of seum, June 15.

Woodward, at Eliot
PLAYHOUSE
NIGHTS, 75c, $1.50. Mats. Tues.,
Tlaurs. and Sat., 50c, 75c
2nd Big Week, Beg. Mon. May 21
"WHAT ANNE BROUGHT
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By Larry E. Johnson

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the pulic is cordially invit ed. 5, Liszt: Sposalizio, W. Darr. Legg: Jazzata (second and third movements)
Please note that thiis lecture has been changed from Friday, May 25 to W. Dorr Legg; Schiubert-Willhemj: Ave Maria, Sarasate: Spanish Dance No. 8,
day, iy 28 Op. 26, Beth Hamilton. Louise Nelson, Accompanist.
Frank F. Robbins. Charles A. Sink.
1?1rnity Inspectin Reports: Portia Literary Socilety:
Reports on fraternity inspections are now ready in the Office of the Dean Election of officers will be held at a meeting on Tuesday, May 29, ,at 5:30
tudents, and may be called for by an officer of each house. p.m., in the Portia roam. The banquet will be held afterwards at the Lan-
F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean. tern Shop, at 6:15 p.m.

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Facu1l y, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
It is planned to hold a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Tues-
day, May 29. All members of the Faculty who hiave matters they would like
to present should arrange to do so at this meeting, as it will probably be the
last one for this year.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Summer Eniploynent:
Mr. E. S. Bramble, Manager of the E. S. Bramble Agency of Michigan,
will be in Room 403 Michigan Union, on Friday and Saturday, May 25 and 26,
to interview students who are residents of Michigan in regard to summer em-
ployment. Call Room 403 for tappointment.
J. A. Bursley.
Summier Emuploynient:
Mr. A. J. Taussig, Michigan Distributor for the Carter Window Cleaner,
will be in Room 306 Michigan Union on Friday, May 25, from 2 to 5 p.m., to
interview students interested in summer employment. .
J. A. Bursley.
Appriicari For Admission, To The Medical School:
Students a plying for admission to the Medical School who have not tar-
ranged for interviews with thie three members of the Committee on Admis-
sions are requested to call at the Medical School Office, Room 127, West Medi-
cal Ruilding, between^9 and 12 o'clock and 1:30 and 4 o'clock, Friday, May 25,
and arrange for uppoin tments.
Jeannette Nobler Recorder.
Registration-lield Courses in Geology and Geography:
Students, who have received permission to enroll in the courses given at
the Geflogical and Geographioal Field Station in southern Kentucky, should
register at the Recorder's Office or Graduate School, in the case of graduate
students, and pay their fees at once.
Other 'studenits planning to attend the Station should consult with the
instrucors in chiarge of he courses before regisering and paying fees.
V. M. Ehlers, Director.
StIdncitus in A u 111omo ive Engineering:
Fr those who wish to visit some automobile plants, a. trip has been
arranged through the Dodge Brothers, Graham Brothers, and Packard plants
for Friday, May 25.=
We will leave from the corner of Packard and State on, the 7 o'cllock inter-
urban car for Detroit, arriving at the Dodge plant about 9:30 o'clock. We
will arrive at the Packard plant about 2 o'clock.
W. E. Lay.
Edueiiou Seieor :
Announcements and Invitations will be distributed Friday and Saturday,
Iue 1 and 2. Distribution will be made in Tappan Hall. After these dat(s the
committee will not ,e responsible for their ddlivery.a
Earl A. Kelly, President.
Soplrvniore Engineers:
There will be an important meeting of the Sophomore Engineers in
Room 348 Priday morning, May 25, at 10 o'clock.
Stan Cochran.
Latin and Greek SIidents:
Installation for Eta Sigma Phi Friday night, May 25, at 8 o'clock at
Betsy Barbour House. All dues must be paid by that time.
Cletus Fagan.
Lloyds Register Scholarship:
A scholarship of $500 per annum for three years is awarded each year to
students who have completed the Freshman year's work in the College of En-
gineering, and who expect to follow the Marine Engineering course. Ap-
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Mary Kent-Miller, Chairman.

Polonia Literary CircLe:
There will be a meeting tonight (Friday) at 7:30 o'clock at Lane Hall.
Since this is ithe last meeting of the year all members are urgently re-
quested to be present.
J. E. Arsulowicz, Secretary.
Women's Research Club:
Will meet Monday, May 28, at 7:30 p.m., in Room 2116 Natural Science
Builditg. Dr. Margaret Armstrong wifll ,speak on "Recent Development in
Laboratory Diagnosis." Refresbmnents and a social hour will follow.
' Faith P. Hadley, Secretary.
1928 MiBhlganenslan Receipts:
Unless called for by 5 p.m., this afternoon;, Friday, persons holding 1928
Michiganensian receipts will forfeit their privilege to receive a book. No re-
fund on books so forfeited.
C. Wayne Brownell, Business Manager.
SCHOOL OF EDUCATION HONORED
AS BEST IN COUNTRY BY BOARDi

the school of library science; Miss
Marcella Nonemian, representinfg the
undergraduates of the school;and Mr.
Hugh Gourlay, president of the class.
The program was concluded by Ea few
songs rendered by Mr. Theodore Trost.
HAROLD LLOYD
FLOODLIGHTS
FOR PARTIES
Just the thing for brightening
up the decorations and making
the scenery more attractive.
Rented at the Small
Charge of 75c
a Night
25c Additional for Colors

OPEN ROAD TOUR
WHY NOT VISIT EUROPE THIS
SUMMER?
The Michigan- Art-Theatre-Literary tour
under the auspices of the Open Road
invites youri attention; A week in each
of the follongt cities: Ber'lin, Vienna,
M ni ich, Geneva, Paris, London; and
contact with Enopean students. Tele-
phone Oaksley C. Johnson, leader, at
21103, or wr ite to 711 South First
Street.

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Sarting Sunday, May 20
Nights 7 c to $2.50-Wed. Mat.
50C to $l.50-Sat. Mat. 5Oc to $2.
L. C. Wlswelh, Inc., Presents
iP'AULINE FR E DERICK
(Herself) in a Glorious Tan-
talizing Comedy
"THE SCARLET WOMAN"

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Dean Allan S. Whitney, of the very great honor to the School of Ed-
School of Education, received a let- ucation, particularly as the school has
ter from the General Education Board been organized only seven years and
is thus comparatively young. I re-
of New York, in which it was stated gard it a great honor to the faculty.
that the Board believed the University This is one of the greatest single
School of Education to give the best honors we have had conferred upon
preparation in that field to be had. us and is indeed gratifying."
The General Education Board, The General Education Board is one
founded and endowed by John D. of three major Rockefeller foundations
Rockefeller, yearly spends hundreds which have for their purpose the bet-
of thousands of dollars in improving terment of humanity. The chief work
teaching conditions throughout the is the inspection of schools with the
country. This year a director of the objective of improving the condition.
Board, who visited the School of Ed- found there, and the payment of in-
ucation here, made such a favorable spectors in the Southern states until
report of his findings that the Board the states themselves see the advant-
advised the three persons who each ages accrued from supporting such an
received a $2,000 fellowship, that they official individually.
could receive their best training in Aside from this, the Board offers
Education at the Univeisity of Michi- several fellowships and scholarships
gan. to those interested in advancing edti-
The letter names the recipients of cation and instruction.
the fellowships and the institutions
from which each comes. Then it reads,
"Each is the director of practice tea- FR
ching for high school teachers in his FRENCH SOCIET Y
respective institution. We have ad- ~-~~
vised these persons," the letter adds, Max Fruhauf, Jr., '20, was elected
"that they can make the best prepar- president of Le Cercle Francais for
ation for this work at the University next semester at the last meeting of
of Michigan." the year, held yesterday at 4 o'clock in
Dean Whitney, remarking on the South Wing of University ;hall. Fran-
distinction the school has received ces Sackett, '30, was chosen vice-presi-
said "We deem this ' dent; Frances Novy, '31, secretary;
preferment a iand James O'Neill, '30, treasurer.

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Cards-Process Engraving . . . . . . . $2.25
Cards with Plate . . . $3.00 and up
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