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THE MTCHMAN" DATEY

TUESMAY, APM 18, 1920

THE MTCHT~N T3~TEY T~DAY, APRTL 1~, 1929
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DAILYOFICIA L BULLT
Publication in the Bulletin is conttructive 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.)

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Vol. XXXIX

TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1929

No. 141

Exhibition of Paintings:
The exhibition of paintings by Mr. Hugh H. Breckinridge, under the!
auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Association, will be open every afternoon1
from April 1 to April: 7 (inclusive). and fiom April 14 to April 23.
3. G. Winter
Lecture:
Thursday, April 18 at 4:15 p. in. in Natural Science Auditorium
Professor Edward Wilbur Berry of Johns Hopkins University will lecture
on "Geological History' of South America."
Professor Berry is the leading authority in the United States on
fossil plants. The lecture will be of popular interest and will be illus-
t ated with lantern slides of the scenic beauty of South America.
At 8:00 p. m. in room 2054 Natural Science Building, Professor Berry,
will speak to the departments of Geography, Geology, and Botany on the
subject "Evolution of Floras."
W. H. Hobbs
French Lecture:
Professor Rene Talamon will give the last lecture on the Cercle
Francals Prog am: "Une heure de Prononciation Francaise" Wednesday,
April 17, at 4:15 o'clock, room 1025 Angell Hall.
The annual French Play will be given Thursday, May 2, at the{
Mimes Theater..
H. P. Thieme
Moving Pictures of Industry:
The sixteenth moving picture program by the School of Business
Administration will be held in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:05 Wed-
nesday, April 17. Please note that the prog am will begin 10 minutes
earlier than many afternoon meetings. The following film will be
shown:
In the Service of Transportation (the manufacture of cruisers, loco-
notives, automobile buses, trolley cars, railroad cars; the assembling of
complete rail -oad trains; the preparation of hot metals in the furnaces
is shown in color). 7-reels.
This film promises to be. of extensive interest. All persons are in-
vited to attend these programs which are designed particularly to give
business students background material.
Faculty members are urged to bring these programs to the atten-
tion of students who will be interested.
Carl N. Schmalz
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Mid-semester report cards are now being distributed through the
Dean's messenger se :vice. Instructors are requested to report before
spring vacation if possible, in any case not later than April 16, the
names of all students whose standing is at this time D or E. These(
grades should not indicate merely the mark received on the mid-
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R. O. T. C.:r
Begining at once drill for all R. O. T. C.. ("udents will be held
daily at Yost Field House from 3 to 5 p. m. Classes have been advised
as to the personnel of each Company. Those students who do not
know which day they should drill must obtain bhat information at once
from the Military Department Headquarters.
Reinold Melberg
Natural Dancing Classes
All classes in Natural Dancing a e being trans:erred from the'
Women's Athletic Building to Sarah Caswell Angell Hall in, Barbour
Gymnasium; for the balance of this term.
lone M. Johnson
Research Club:
The annual memorial meeting of the Research Club will be held
in the new Museum Building on Wednesday, April 17, at 8:00 p. m.
Owing to particular circumstances it will be necessary to begin the
program promptly on time.
Membe s of the Women's Research Club and the Junior Researchl
Club are cordially invited to attend the meeting.
The following program will be given:
"Christian Huygens," by Professor George E. Uhlenbeck.
"Gotthold Ephraim Lessing," by Professor John W. Scholl.
A meeting of the Council will be held at 4:30 p. m. in room 1053
East Physics Building.
Everett S. Brown, Secretary
Alpha Nu: ,
Meeting tonight will consist of a banquet speaking prog:am. Meet-
ing will be at 7:45 in Alpha Nu room on Fourth Floor of Angell Hall.
Announcement will be made of the freshman debaters against Adelphi.
John Langen, President
{Pysics Cllquium:
Mr. W. J. Williams of the Astronomy Department will speak on
"Milne's Theory of the Solar Chromosphere." Introduction by Dr. G.
E. Uhlenbeck. Tuesday at 4:15, room 1041, East Physics Building.
W. F. Colby
Botanical Seminar:
Botanical Seminar meets Tuesday, April 16, at 4:30, room 1139 N. S.
Bldg. Paper by F. E. Denny-"Oxidation systems in organisms."
B. M. Davis '
Botanical Seminar:
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, April 17, at 4:30, room 1139 1
N. S. Bldg. Paper by F. F. Denny-- "Effects of stimulative chemicals on
plants."(
B. M. Davis
American Chemical Society: ,
Dr. Edgar C.*Britton of the research laboratory of the'Dow Chemi-!
cal Company will lectu e before the local section on Friday, April 19,
at 4:15 p. m. in room 165 Chemistry Building. His topic will be: "The
Dow Chemical Company." The lecture is open to the public.
Members of the local section are advised that the identification cer-
tificates for use in securing reduced rates on the round trip railroad
fare to the Columbus meeting-April 29 to May 3-can be obtained from
the unde signed.A s

Attention, Chemists and Chemical Engineers: Student Offices on he third fioor
Mr. J. W. Livingston of the Monsanto Chemical Works, St. Louis, of the Union at 4:13 TuesdayApril
Missouri, will be in room 266 Chemistry building today to interview 16, 1929.
men interested in obtaining positions with the above-named company. Kenneth Schafer, Reco ding Sey.
M. Gomberg
Graduate Luncheon for Ch enical
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Engineers:
Mr. F. A. Pope of the Worthington Pump and Machinery Company The graduate luncheon for
of Harrison, New Jersey, will be in room 221 West Engineering Build- chemical engineers will be held on
ing, on Tuesday, March 16 and Wednesday, March 17, for the purpos! Tuesday, April 16, at 12 o'clock in
of interviewing students interested in positions with this organization. room 3201 East Engineering Build-
U. C. Anderson ing. Alfred It. White.
Faculty Women's Club. Faculty Alumni Dance:
The Music Section of the Faculty Women's Club will hold the last The last dance of the series for
meetingof theyear Wednesday evening, April 17, at 8:00 o'clock, at faculty and alumni, sponsored by
the ome. o Mrs A.W. mith 108 Oklan Av. ;the Faculty Women's Club, will be
thlhmaoKrsT.ylSmtS08raladAv.held Tuesday evening, April 16, at
Elana K. Taylor, Secretary the Union. Mrs. W. L. Badger.

Women's Faculty Club:
The Garden Section will meet at the home of Miss May Goodrich,
14 Geddes Heights, Wednesday, April 17, at 3:00 p. m. Professor Thieme
will talk on the subject "Tulips."
Mrs. G. A. Lindsay, Secy.

Scabbard and Blade:
There will be a regular meeting
of Scabbard and Blade on Wed-
nesday, April 17, at 7 P. M. in the
Union. All pledges must be pres-
ent in uniform. Fred C. Fernton.

Eta Sigma Phi:
There will be a meeting of Eta
Sigma "Phi on Tuesday evening.
April 16, at 8 o'clock in room 2013
Angell Hall. Mr. George R. Swain.
University photographer, will lec-
ture on "The Monasteries of Mount
Athos."
Una E. Van Riper, Secretary
Speech Defective Group:
The interviews for this week are
postponed until the first Wednes-
day and Thursday of May.
P. D. Swann
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Adelphi House of Representatives:
Important business will be trans-
acted at a meeting of Adelphi
House of Representatives in the
Adelphi room, beginning at 7:30
o'clock tonight.
Lawrence Hartwig, Speaker

the following program will be pre-
Iented. Il Barbiere di Siviglia, La Gargoyle Editorial Staff:
Traviata and a Medley of Neapo- Meeting of Gargoyle Editorial
litan songs; Orchestra:-Non so Staff and tryouts at 4:30 Tuesday
piu cosa son from the Nozze di Fi- afternoon.
garo; Un beI di vedrem from Ma- Phillip M. Crane, Literary Editor
dame Butterfly; Thelma Lewis:-
Vecchia Zin arra senti from La Quarterdeck:
Boheme, Prologo f om Pagliacci; There will be a meeting of Quar-
Benjamin Z. N. Ing:-Pace, pace terdeck on Tuesday, April 16, at
mio Dio from La Forza del Destino; ,7:30 p. m., in Room 304 Michigan
Thelma ' Lewis:-Bellissima Sem- Union.
bianza and Sotto il Ciel; Ottis 0. Joseph Fellows, Jr., Commodore
Patton:-O Solo Mio: Leonard V.
Falcone: - Mattinata; and the ! Phi Sigma:
orchestra. As usual the public is There will be a special meeting
welcome, and we hope the audi- of Phi Sigma in room 2116 N. S.
ence will be large. Bldg., Tuesday evening, April 16,
Helen M. Latting, President.. at 7:30. M. T. G. Bernthal will
talk on "Some Variations in Re-
Senior Ball: gional Blood-flow coincident with
The Senior Ball Committee will changes in Pulrhonary Alveolar
meet tonight at 7:30 in Room 302 Gases." E. P. Creaser, Secretary
of the Union.

11 Circolo Italiano: - Loy M. Sutherland Varsity Band:
The annual "Serata Musicale" The regular rehearsal this week
will be given in Morris Hall, corner Michigan Union: will be held tonight (Tuesday) at
of Jefferson and State, at 7:301 There will be an important meet- Morris Hall at 7:15 o'clock.
Wednesday, Ap. il 17. At that time ing of the Executive Council in the, Gilbert B. Saltonstall

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needed, can be had at my office.
These cards should be used only for reports of the work of students Mathematicanl Club:
en. oiled in this college. .~ upryAssatsa The April meeting wvill be held tonight ("Tuesday) at 8 o'clock in
W. R. Humphreys, Assistant Dean room 3201 Angell Hall. Professor T. H. Hildebrandt will present a paper
on "Approximations to continuous functions." Everyone interested is
Notice: invited to attend.
Mid-semester reports for all students, in the College of Engineering N. C. Fisk, Secretary
whose grades in any courses have been reported below C, are now on
file and open to inspection by those concerned,: in the office of Associate Prescott Club:
Dean Patterson, room 255 West Engineering Building.. Kindly see Miss Dr. Robert J. Ruth of E. R. Squibb and Sons will give a lecture on the
Earl for the reports. Manufacture of Cod Liver Oil, accompanied by a motion picture, "Sun-
C. W. Patterson, Associate Dean shine from the Sea," in the Natural Science Auditorium, Thursday,
April 18, at 7:30 p. m. A cordial invitation is extended to all who are
Prospective Students in Business Administration: interested.
Students contemplating work in Business ,Administration or expect- Fred II. IWeinmann, Pres.
ting to apply for admission to the combined course in Letters and
Business Administration, are asked to meet on-Wednesday, April 17, at Phi Beta Kappa:
4:10 p. m. in room 25, Angell Hall. At that time Dean Griffin of the I The-annual meeting of Phi Beta Kappa will be held on Wednesday,
School of Business Administration will speak to them and will be glad Ap il 17, at 4:15 p. m. in room 2003 Angell Hall. At this time the pro-
to arrange confer ences with students who are interested in talking posed revision of the Constitution, notice of which was sent out one
over their plans.with him. month prior to the meeting in accordance with the Constitution of
John R. Efingg the Chapter, will be taken up in addition to the regular routine
R business of the year, i. e., election of officers, of new members, and
Stu4ents Interestedin Business Administration and Economics: reports of officers. These changes in the Constitution have been made
Under the auspices of the alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity, Mr. Ray I necessary by the action of the National Council last fall. A full atten-y
Cbmberli,_General Sales Manager of the Packard Motor Car Company, I dance is desired.
will ;talk on "Opportunities and Problems Facing the Graduate," on Oma F. Butler, Secretary
Wednesday, April17, at 7:30, in room 316, Michigan Union. All interest-
ed are cordially invited to attend. Freshman Women and House Heads:
" ITK Q nlrialaPhnimnn Th ne~rrlof Rnracn .t~i~co fthaWmn TPinhav.iA.

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To Members of Choral Union:!
There, will, be -.adouble.rehea sal, Tuesday, April 16, and a single
rehearsal for women on Thursday, April 18, this week.
Earl V. Moore
May: Festival Coftcert Tickets:
Holders of Festival Coupons which were attached to season Choral
Union Tickets are reminded that the expiration date for the exchange
of such Coufpons (value $3.00) is April 30 To receive credit on May
Festival Tickets, all such Coupons must be presented at. the office of
the School of Music before that date. After that date, they have no
redemption value.
Charles A. Sink
,G raduation Recital:
Miss.Margaret Davis, pupil of Theodore Harrison, assisted by Miss
Virginia Tice, will give a graduation recital, Tuesday, April 16, at 8
o'clock, in 'the. School of Music Auditorium, on Maynard Street. Miss
Louise Nelson will be the accompanist. The general public is invited to
attend. No admission charge. The program is as follows:
A. Scaklattf:; 0 'cessate di piagarmi; A. Scarlatti: Se Florindo e
fedele;, Gluck: 0, del mio dolce ardor; Caldara: Sebben crudele. Schu-
bert: Wanderer Nachtlied; Schubert: Fruhlingsglaube; Schubert: Du
bist dei Ruh; Schubert: Rastlose Liebe; Chopin: Etude Op. 10 no. 3;
Chopin: Etude Op. 25 No. 2; Chopin: Nocturne Op. 48 No. 1; MacDowell:
Polonaise Op, 46 No. 12; (Miss Virginia Tice) Duparc: Chanson Triste;
Lalo: L'Esclave; Faure: Les 'Roses d'Ispahan. Rachmaninoff: The Lord
is Risen; Raclimaninoff: The Isle; Rachmaninoff: God Took from me
Mine All; Rachmaninoff:. In the Silence of Night.
- Charles A. Sink
Actuarial Examinations.
The Actuarial xami -ations to be given on Tuesday, April 16, will
be held in bom 3201 Angell Hall.
T. E. Raiford
Journalism 106:'
Topics In this course for the balance of the semester were assigned
nIclass on .:Monday, April 15. All students who were absent must
secure their topics by communicating with me, before the end of the
week,. as reports will, be due on Monday, April 22.as
Donal Hamilton Haines
English 132:
There will be a written examination on Friday, April 19, in English

ih Bioard of1 Represen Lives or e W.L orrens L ea iI~e ju
passed the following regulation: Freshman women will not be required
to be in their houses until 9:00 p. in. oh Monday evenings. This becomes
effective immediately.
Elizabeth 'Wellman, Chairman, Board -of Representatives
Chi Upsilon:
The regular meeting will be held Tuesday, April 16, at 7:30.
Catherine Dawson, Secy

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