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M I C HI G A N D)A 1I. Y

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Senicr Lit Class Day Commirtec:
The committee, composed of June Marshall, Adelaide Wing, Kings-
ley Moore, and George Cheadle, will me"t in Dean Eflinger's office on
Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock.
Robert J. Gessner, Chairman



Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)


THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1929 No. 133

IresD iu 1 al aId Sophom1' Civil Engineers:
The cooperative course in highway engineering coImbine suwnmer
employment with University credit. Those interested please meet In
room 1213 East Engineering Building at 4:15 p. m., Thursday, March 28.
R. L. Morrison

Movitig Picdtres of rIndustry:
The fourteenth moving picture progra il by the School of Business
Administration will be held in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:05 p. m.,
TIUrsday, Ma-ch 20. Please note that the program will begin 10
minutes earlier thua many afternoon meetings. The following film will
he si own:
Te S ory of Fire-Clay Utefractries 4 reels.
All personis intcrested are invited to attend thse programs which rT
designed particularly to give basiness students background material.
Cari N. Schmalz
Make-up Examination in Military Law:
Make-up examination in Military Law will be held at R. 0. T. C.
Hleadquarters Saturdav mornine:- March 30


Executive Board, Graduate School:



There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate
School on Thursday, March 28, at 1:30 p. m.
Ruth A. Rouse

Senior Men-School of Education:
All orders for caps and gowns should be in before spring vacation.
Orders are being taken at Moe's (next to Wahr's bookstore).
Lillian B. Smith, Chairman



University Loan Committee:
I7,'a"ity Glee Club:
The University Loan Committee will meet on Friday, March 29, at ' here will be no rehearsal tonight due to conflicts. Next Monday
2:.00 p. m., in room 2, University Hall. however, an important rehearsal of the club will be held, since it is
All students applying for loans should call at the office of the the last before our Highland Park concert, Wednesday. Full attendance
Dean of Students.to arrange for an appointment with the committee. is imperative, Monday.
W. B. Rea, Acting Chairman L. M. Goodspeed, Manager
Twilight' Organ Recital: All Cam us Forum:
Palmer Christian, University d ganist, will give the following special
Good Friday program in Hill Auditorium, Friday afternoon at 4:15 Professor George E. Carrothers of the School of Education, will
o'clock. The general public, with the exception of small children, is discuss "Wholesome Recreation and Life" in the reading room of
invited. Guests, however, for obvious reasons, are urgently requested Lane Hall at 4:05 o'clock this afternoon. All men and women students,
to come sufficiently early so as to be seated at the hour of beginning, and members of the faculty are invited.
as the doors will be closed during numbers. The Forum Committee
Noble: Solemn Prelude; Bossi: The Hystic Hour; Dubois: In Para- John Webster, Julius Zink
disum; Guilmant: Marche Religieuse, (on a theme by Handel); Coup-1
crin: Lament; Bach: Sinfonia (from the Cantata "I stand with one Christian Science Society:,
foot in the grave"); Negro Spiritual: Were you there when they Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan meets
crucified My Lord; Dupre: C ucifixion ("Passion" Symphony); Wagner: tonight at 7:30 in the ppper room of Lane Hall.
Good Friday Music, (Parsifal). Eloise Rue, Secretary
Charles A. Sink


Reinoli Melberg
jid-Semester Examination in Speech 32:
All students electing Specth 32 will meet in room 25 Angell Hall, at
4:00 p. m., on Monday, April 1, for the mid-semester examination.
G. E. Densmore
Crcle Francais:
There will be a meeting of the Cerele Francais Thursday evening,
March 28, at 7:30 o'clock, in room 408, Romance Language Building.
Professor Talamon will speak, and refreshments will be served.
Max Fruhauf. Jr., President
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University Lecture:
Mr. Tassilo Adam, recently official ethnographer of the Dutch East
Indies, will lecture at 8:00 p. m. tonight in the Natural Science Auditor-
ium on "Four Years at the Cou-ts of the Sultans of Java." This lectureI
will be illustrated by moving pictures and slides.
F. E. Robbins
Political Science 32:
The make-up for those who missed the mid-semester examination
in this course will be given Saturday morning, March 30, at 10 o'clock,
in room 2023 Angell Hall,
Paul M. Cuncan non

Sigma Xi:
The members of the Society of the Sigma Xi are invited to inspect
the research laboratories of the several departments of the Engineering
College housed in the East Engineering Building, on the evening of
March -28th. Prof. A. H. White will give a short, talk in room 1042 at'
7:45 P. M. After the inspection refreshments will be served.
Carl E. Guthe, Secretary
Iota Alpha:
We shall hold -a joint meeting with Sigma Xi on Thursday, Marche
28, at 7:45 p. m. in room 1042 East Engineering Building. Beginning!
at 8:00 p. m. the various departments in the East Engineering Building
will exhibit and explain their methods of research.
Geo. G. Brown, Secretary

1T, COVER 5,000 MIL ES
Two Days Of Flying To CompI "c.
Before It Reachcs Its
Home Base
( Ass i ia [ted.'res
ATHENS, March 28.--The Graf
Zeppelin appeared over Athens at
7 o'clock this morning on the return
trip to Germany in its eastern Med-
iterranean cruise. Crowds watched
as it flew low over the Parthenon.
JERUSALEM, March 28. - The
Graf Zeppelin, giant dirigible, had
its nose turned toward home today
after cruising over Palestine and
the holy land. Two days of flying
over eastern , and central Europe
faced it before completion of its
5,000-mile air voyage.
Weather Varies Schedule
The scheduled route was over
the eastern Balkans and over the
capitals of central Europe with
landing at Friedrichshafen proba-
bly sometime Thursday night.
The dirigible appeared over the
lPalestine coast at Haifa at 3:15
'Tuesday afternoon, and bucked
headwinds down the coast to Jaffa,
which was reached at 6:18. At Tel
Aviv the passengers dropped con-
fetti over crowds of Jews who had
gathered to celebrate Purim and at
Ramleh mails brought from Ger-
many were dropped.
Flies Over France, Italy
Over Jerusalem the dirigible man-
euvered while messages of good will
were signaled to her from the home
of the deputy governor. It left the
city headed southwest but it was
assumed would turn toward Greece
or Constantinople. Flight to the
holy land since departure from
Friedrichshafen Sunday night was
by way of France, Italy and across
the eastern Mediterranean.
Filipino Students
To Sponsor Dance
With the purpose of bringing the
Filipino students of the University
together, the Filipino students will
hold their annual spring dance
from 8 until 12 o'clock on Saturday
March 30, in the Women's Athletic
building. Prof. J. A. C. Hildner and
Mrs. Hildner will be the chaperones.
Universtiy of Washington.-A stu-
dent of this Universtiy makes a 90
mile trip each morning to an 8
o'clock class, for which he is always

Mid-Semester Examination in Speech 31: A. S. M. E.
All students electing Speech 31 will meet in room 1025 Angell Hall An interesting meeting has been planned for you for Thursday eve-_
Aning,.March 28, at 7:45 o'clock in room 229 West Engineering Bldg. Mr. N.
at 4:00. p. m. on Monday, April 1, for mid-semester examination. H. Preble Vice-President and Chief Engineer of Mechanical HandlingI
G. E. Densmore ! Systems Inc. will discuss, "Mate'ial Handling in the Automotive Indus-
try." The lecture will be illustrated with slides.'
Hygiene 101-Make-up Examination: J. Gray
Make-up examination in Hygiene 101, Thursday, March 28, 4:00 p.
n., room 20 Waterman Gymnasium. Absolutely only opportunity. Colloquium in Applied Mechanics:
M. P. Isaminger The next-meeting will be held on Thursday, March 28, at 7:30 p. in.,
in room 248, West Engineering Building. Mr. Floyd Firestone will
Greek 165 (Mythology): speak on the noise problem in automobiles, and will demonstrate the
No lecture on Thursday, March 28. First reports on outside reading methods of measurement (at the laboratory in the Physics Building).
due on April 2. All interested are invited to attend.
Campbell Bonner W. M. Cates
Seniors in Mechanical and Chemical Engineering: Sigma Gamma Epsilon:
Mr. E. W. Kempton of the American Steel and Wire Company of There will be a meeting tonight at 7:30 in the Russell Seiniar.
Cleveland will be in room 221 West Engineering Building today to C. H. Riggs
interview Seniors who would be interested in positions with that com-
pany. This company does not place graduates in a training course, Michiganensian Waiting List:
but starts them in operating positions at, one of the twenty-seven An 'Ensian waiting list' has been placed in the 'Ensian Business, G
plants of the company. Office in the Press Building on Maynard Street for those persons who -
11. C. Anderson desire to receive a copy of the 1929 book. Only a limited number ofD
extra copies have been ordered and these will be distributed to persons
Sophomore Engineers: in the order that thei: names appear on the waiting list.
All Sophomore Engineers may order their Junior jackets at Green- Frederick G. Bauschard, Distribution Mgr.
wood & Kilgore from today on. There is a choice of light or heavyt
material with no change in price. A deposit of four dollars is required Junior Girls' Play Broadcast: A
plus your treasurer's receipt for class dues. If you have not paid your Principals, singing chorus, and orchestra fpr the broadcasting of the b
class dues the deposit will be five dollars which includes dues. Junior Girls' Play musical selections are requested to, be at the Morris if
E. A. Skae, Chairman Hill Studio (State and Jefferson Streets) not later than 6:40 this eve-I

When Sullins college, located at Bristol, Virginia, decided to stage
real Mardi Gras celebration, the students insured the affair of suc-
ess by electing Miss Mary Yanochowski as queen. She is from La
Grange, Ill.

on imeHe makes useoftosre
(By Associated Prces) ' Fred Barr, vice-president of the cars and a train in this daily jour-
DALLAS, Texas, March 27. -cBrotherhood of Locomotive Firemen ney. He is able to do much study-
lthough a spoteian for railroad'and Enginemen, as spokesman for ing en route, as, he says, "Nobody
rthoodsof thepk emas and ac- all the brotherhoods affected. ,disturbs you."
rotherhoads of the Texas and Pac-
fie Railway declared today that the1 R IL LY H & CO
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Senior Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. R. B. Hosken of the Sullivan Machinery Company of Chicago will
be in room 221 West Engineering Building on Friday, March 29, for the
purpose of interviewing students interested in positions with that
II. C. Anderson
Senior Chemical and Mechanical Engineers, Physicists, and Chemists:
Mr. C. R. Dougherty of the A. C. Spark Plug Conpany of Flint will
be in room 239 West Engineering Building on Friday, March 29, for the
purpose of interviewing students interested in positions with that com-
A. I. White, U. M. Randall, IL C. Anderson
Juniors L. S. & A:
Dues will be payable in the main corridor of University Hall today
and tomorrow,
C. Jose, Treasurer

ning. Principals include Gwen, Julie, Larry, Oswald, Wally, Swiss Cook, members had voted almost a un-NMembers
had otedalmot a un-Members
Secretary of War. dred per cent in favor of a strike, New York Stock Exchange
Waldo Abbot officials of the line here declared hi Sok Exh
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The .Thomas E. It. Black Oratorical Contest: ,they had not been notified of the Cleveland Stock Exchange
All students who wish to enter the Thomas E. Ii. Black Oratorical move. Four thousand trains, en- Detroit Stock Exchange
Contest based on New Testament themes are asked to meet in room gine and yard employees were de-
302 Mason Hall on Thursday, March 28, at 5:00 p. m. when details of Glared to have voted in favor'of the New York Curb- Market
this contest will be explained. Any student who is eligible to take strike because of differences with Accounts Carried on Conservative Margin
part.in student activities may enter this contest. First prize is $100.00, the road other than wage matters. L201 First Nat'l Bank Phone 4294
second $50.00, and third a fine edition of the Bible. The final contest The strike vote was announced by
will be in May.

R. D. T. fllollister

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Michigaiuensian Editorial Tryouts:
All tryouts are urged to report during the next few days in order
to assist in the alphabetizing. There will be plenty of work to keep
everyone busy.
Thomas Thomas, Managing Editor ;


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New'York Listed

Private wires to all

Conservative margin accounts
Telephone 22541
Brown-Cress & Co.,
Investment Securities

Our Semi-Annual Sale
Priced at 49c Per Box
WAHR'S University Book Store
State Street


jIf you like a good mystery; if you enjoy clever comedy; if you are looking for
genuine entertainment, don't miss
latest presentation,-
I h e N ex3it R I-rn
-the popular mystery play by Harriet Ford and Eleanor Robson Belmont It is
now playing at
With a cast including many campus favorites. There will be a special Saturday
Seats for the matinee are 75c-50c, and for the nights are $1.00-75c. The box
office will be open during each day throughout the week. Don't miss it'

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