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Publication In the Bulletin is constructive nouice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-


College of Northwestern University, will bet he speaker. Dean and
Mrs. Eldmonson will be guests of hono '. All faculty members or
students interested in attending this banquet arc requested to make
reservations by calling 22332.
flleginald D. Mae Nitt,
President Omega Chapter Phi Delta Kappa
Political Science 32:
Political Science 32, 2 o'clock Section, will not meet Friday, March 15.
11. B. Calderwood, Jr.
Psychology 42:
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dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
Vol. XXXTX FRTDAV, MARCH 15, 1929 No. 119
Exhibition of Paintings:
There will be' an exhibition of paintings by Mr. Beneker, under the
auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Association, from March 5 to March 17,
in Alumni Memorial Hall.'
J. G. Winter
Visitors'.Night--Angell hall Laboratory:
The public is invited to visit the Astronomical Laboratory in Angell,
Hall to observe the moon from 7 to 10 p. m. on Saturday night, March
16. Admission only-by ticket. Reservations may be made by calling
the Observatory office on Ann street between 9 a. m. and 12:30 p. m.
on Friday. .r
It. H. Curtiss
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
It is planned to hold a meeting of the faculty of these Colleges
on. Friday, March 22, at 4:15 p. m., in room 348, West Engineering
Louis A. Hopkins !
Applicants For Admission To T e Medical School:
Attention is called to the fact that ALL applicants for admission
to the Medical School must obtain blanks from the office of the Recorder
of the Medical School and see that such blanks are properly filled out.
Such blanks should be received at this office not later than April 1. }
Hugh Cabot, Dean
A$ guest artist in the Faculty Concert Scries, Frank Bishop, of
Detroit, pianilst, will present a program in Hill Auditorium Sunday
afternoon, March 17, at 4:15 p. m.
For his concert in Ann Arbor, Mr. Bishop has prepared the following
program, to which the general public is cordially invited without admis-
sion charge:
Bach, Prelude and Fugue in D m ajor, Cesar Frank: Prelude, Cho-
rals and Fuge; Chopin: Nocturne; Chopin: Mazurka; Chopin: Im-
promptu; Chopin; Ballade Opus 23; Debussy: Clair de Lune; Scriabine:
Polonaise; Sauer: Music Box; Liszt: Rhapsody No. 6.
Charles A. Sink

1 LIC ma.xe-up examinaczons irk aunormai

wilt tae ricit4k' [1Uiy,

March 15, at 4 p. ni., room 3126 Natural Science Bldg.
W. B. Pillsbury

Economics 142:
This class will not meet today.
Mr. Patterson's Saturday French Sections:
I shall not be able to meet my classes
Economics 54:
The 9 o'clock section will not mcet today.
English 160:
There will be no lecture this morning.

Sophomore l.ngineers Clss Meetning:
There will be a meeting of the Sophomore Engineers on Friday,
March 15, at 10 a. mi., in room 348 West Engineering Building. Jackets
will be discussed and class dues will be collected."
Erwin J. Benz, President
Electrical Seniors:
The Bell System representatives will be here for three or four days,
beginning Monday, Match 18, for employment interviews.
Men graduating next February should note that some of their
best chances for employment then are coming along now.
The interview rooms assigned to the Bell people will be posted.
A. D. Moore
Invitations For One-Act Plays
Special invitations for Friday's performance of original plays by
Play Production, must be acknowledged, if tickets are desired.
V. B. Windt
Masonic Students:
There will be an important meeting of the Craftsmen Club Satur-
day evening, March 16, at 7:30 in the large lodge room of the Masonic
Temple. Each officer and member of the club is urged to be present.
R. W. Webster, President
ComedyCd Club
There will be an important meeting of Comedy Club Friday,
March 15, in 203 U. H. at 4:15. It is imperative that all members be
present, as plans for the production that will open the Theater in the
New Women's League Building will be discussed at this time.
Thurston Thieme, President
Michiganensian Subscriptions:
After Friday, March 15th, no more subscriptions will be sold for
the 1929 Michiganensian. This will also be the last date that 'Ensian
Subscription Coupons will be redeemable.

C. F. Remer

I"hi pelta I ap p-:
Members of Phi Dclta Kapp:a will
meet tonight at the Michigan Un-
ion at 7.00 p. in. to elect new mem-
bers to the organization. A full
attendance is desired.
Reginald D. MacNitt, Pres.
Polonia Literary Circle:
There will be a meeting this Fri-
day evening, March 15, at 7:30 p.
in. at Lane Hall. All members are
requested to be present.
C. Dziurewicz, Secy.
Men's Education Club:
The Men's Education Club will
meet Monday, March 18, 4t 7:00 p.
m. in room 304 of the Union. Prof.
Howard Y. McClusky of the School
of Education will speak on the sub-
ject, "Suggestions for the Increase
of the Significance of Educational
Research." The subject involves
much new, and, as yet, unpublish-
ed research. All meetings are open
to those persons interested in edu-
J. R. Pollock, President
for hats made on the
227 So. State

on Saturday, March
W. F. Patterson


II. L. Caverly
E. A. Taylor

Chemists and Chemical Engineers:
Mr. Gampert of the National Aniline Company of Buffalo will inter-
view graduating students interested in research and plant operations
in the field of chemistry on Friday, March 15 in Room 201, Mason

Hall. Those wishing to see Mr.. ampert should make appointments F. G. Bauschard, Sales Mgr.
at 201 Mason Hall at once. a-------no
a ~W. E. Parker Michigani Union:
There will be an Executive Cou ncil Meeting, Friday, March 15, 1929,
Notice: at 4:15 in the Student Offices of the Michigan Union.
Representatives from The S. S. Kresge Company will interview men 'Kenneth C. Schafer, Recording Secy.
interested in chain store merchandising in room 304, Michigan Union,#
from 10:30 to 5:00 o'clock Thursday, March 14 and Friday, March 15. Cosmopolitan Club:
W. E. Parker There will be a meeting of the Cosmopolitan Club Saturday, March
16, at 8:15 p. in. in Lane Hall.



benior Enginern is
Orders for invitations and announcements will be taken Thursday
and Friday from 8:30 to 4:00, West Engineering Building. Class Dues
must be paid before orders can be accepted.

Professor Charles B. Vibbert of the Philosophy Department will +
speak on "A New Trend in International Student Life."
There will also be an initiation of new members. Refreshments
will be served.
All members and friends of the Cosmopolitan Club are cordially
invited to attend this meeting.
Helen L. Clarke, Secretary

Dawn Donuts
The Partner for
your Coffee
at Breakfast
Our Bismarcks and Raised
Donuts at all the Stores
and Restaurants.

William B. Fortune, Chairman Invitation Committee
Mentor Rteorts:f
A notice was mailed to faculty members who report to the Engineer- Employment for Seniors:
ing Mentor System. The two weeks in which the two reports will be Assistance in finding permanent employment in any .ield, other than
dOe were incorrectly dated. - .teaching, is offered to all graduating students at the office of the Com-
Thc 0th week, in which the First Report is due, is March 1823. nittee on Vocational Counsel and Placement, 201 Mason Hall. Regis-
The 12th week, in which the Second Report is due, is May 6-11. tiation for positions in June should be made at once. Vacancies in
A. D. Aloore, Head Mentor maXh y fields including the following are available:
emcn Students;;I Mathematics: gy, banking, chain stores, chemistry, credit, department stores, engineer-
-Will any University woman who has had Math. 3 and 4 and who ing. glass, hotels, insurance, investment baniing, journalism, icather.
wishes extra work. in tutoring, call .at my office in Barbour Gymnasium roanufacturing and industry, meat packing, merchandising, motion pie-
at once. I hires, personnel, pharmacy, public utilities, publishing, railroads, real
Beatrice W. Johnson estate, rubber, sales, secretarial, statistics, steel, store management,



Rhetpri 31 (Rowe's section)
No 'class Fiday, March 15.

1V. E. Parker

Kewnetl Rowe Senor Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. Huff, representing the Frigidaire Corporation, will be in rc
Faculty and Students in Education: 221 West Engineering Building on Friday and Saturday, March 15
The,' annual"ALL SCHOOL OF EDUCATION" banquet, sponsored 16, for, the purpose of interviewing Seniors interested in positions u
by Pi pelta Kappa, will be held at the Michigan Union Friday eve- this company.
nij, March 22, at 6:30. Dr. R. A. Kent, Dean of the Liberal Arts H. C. Anderson


Tonight and TOmro
Night 8:15 p.m.
March 14 and 15

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THREE great-arts linked together in the theatre
THE GENIUS of Thomas Wilfred - a brilliant company
IBSEN'S great masterpiece --- and the revolutionary Color Organ
SEE the North Atlantic waves beating on the shore
SEE the sullen drifting clouds
SEE the lambent flickering firelight
SEE the final ride of the deathless horsemen
HURTLING through the sky
ALL in living breathless motion
ALL in vivid radiant color

WITH new and added lighting effects.
AGAIN with Katherine Wick Kelly
WITH Reynolds Evans added as Old Ornulf.



WITH all new costumes especially designed by Thomas Wilfred
WITH augmented musical score by Earl V. Moore

WITHF- a COMPLETE stage production
MAKING history in the theatre



Is an unforgetable dramatic triumph. Ask any of the thousands
who saw it last night.
NOT a SINGLE undesirable seat placed on sale
ALL seats reserved at $1.50, $1.00, 75 and 50 cents

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