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AILY BULLTIN

Iota Sigma Pi:
The regular meeting of Iota Sigma Pi will be held Wednesday,
April 17, at 7:15 p. m. in room 410 Chemistry Building.
Elizabeth Conrad, President E

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Literary Class Dues: Botanical Seminar:
Botanical Semiinar meets W d-
1929 Literary Class dues are payable today, tomorrow, and Friday, nesday, April 17, at 4:30, room 1'9
n University Hall. They must be paid before invitations and announce- N. S. Bldg. Paper by F. E. Denny -
ments can be ordered. "Effects of stimulative chemicah on
Herbert S. Ripley, Chairman of Senior Finance Com. plants."

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.)

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Vol. XXXIX WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1929

No. 142

Sigma Delta Chi:
There will be no meeting today or any celebration, due to competi- I-esearch Club:
tion of ball game -and whatnot. Next meeting is Monday, April 22. The annual
J. Stewart Hooker, President theanewM
! n the new MuE
Journalism 106: - Owing to parti
program prompt
Topics in this course for the balance of the semester were assigned prgrm of
7A~. ..Membe s of

Lecture.
Thursday, April 18 at 4:15 p. m. in Natural Science Auditorium
Professor Edward Wilber 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-
trated 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.fH. Hobbs
French Lecture:
Professor Rene Talamon'will give the last lecture on the Cercle
Francais 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

Davis

memorial meeting of the Research Club will be held
seum Building on Wednesday, April 17, at 8:00 p. m.
icular circumstances it will be necessary to. begin the
tly on time.
the Women's Research Club and the Junior Reserhch

Speech Defective Group:
The interviews for this waek 'ro
postponed until the fi st Wedl, -
day and Thursday of May.
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class on Monday, April 15. All students who were absent must'u ".Lau ULIV aL D
ure their topics by communicating with me before the end of the Club are cordially invited to attend the meeting. Scabbard and Blade:
k, as reports will be due on Monday, April 22. The following program will be given: There will be a regular meeting
"Christian Huygens," by Professor George E. Uhlenbeck. of Scabbard and Blade on Wed-
Dona~l Hamilton Haines "Gotthold Ephraim Lessing," by Professor John W. Scholl. nesday, April 17, .at 7 P. M. in the
A meeting of the Council will be held at 4:30 p. m. in room 1053 Union. All pledges must be pres-
lish 132: g East Physics Building. ent in uniform. Fred C. Fenton.
There will be a written examination on Friday, April 19, in English I Everett S. Brown, Secretary
II Circolo Italiano:
J. R. Reinhard Engineers: . The annual "Serata Musicale"
You are invited to attend the American Society of Mechanical Engi- 4will be given in Morris Hall, corner
glish 186:ne~Dne nhnro enMotmrE olyt ehl of Jefferson and State at 7:30
There will be a written examination on Friday, April 19, in English neera Dinner in honor of Dean Mortimer E. Cooley, to be held 7:00 ed Aii 17t that t
o'clock Friday, April 19, at the Michigan Union. Student tickets at the following program will be pre-
J. R. Reinhard $1.50 may be obtained from Harold Gibson, Engineering Annex or R. V. sented. Barbiere di Siviglia, La
Johnson and J. Gray in the Engineering Bldg. Traviata and a Medley of Neapo-
nicipal Finance Lecture, Political Science 246: R. S. Hawley litan songs; Orchestra:-Non so
Joseph E. Mills, Commissioner of Purchases and Supplies of the piu cosa son from the Nozze di Fi-
y of Detroit, will lecture Thursday, April 18, at 3 p. m. in room Colloquium in Applied Mechanics: garo; Un bel di vedrem from Ma-
3 Angell Hall on "How a City Buys." This lecture should be of in- The next meeting will be held on Thursday, April 18, at 7:30 p. m. dame Butterfly; Thelma -Lewis:-
est to all students of commerce and public finance. in room 248, West Engineering Building. Professor R. H. Sherlock will Vecchia Zin arra senti from La
C. E. Righter speak on "The Loading of Electrical Power Lines." The work at the Boheme, Prologo from Pagliacci;
field experimental station will be described, apparatus for measurement Benjamin Z. N. Ing:-Pace, pace
,ek 165 (Mythology): demonstrated, and some problems which await solution outlined. All Thelma Lewis:-Bellissima Sem-
The make-up examination for those who missed the last test will interested are invited to attend. bianza and Sotto il Ciel; Ottis 0.
held on Wednesday, April 17, at 4 o'clock. Apply at room 2020 Angell W. M. Coates Patton:-O Solo Mio: Leonard V.
1. . Campbell Bonner I-Falcone: - Mattinata; and the
All Campus Forum: orchestra. As usual the public is
tory 6 (106): 1C Professor John H. Muyskens of the Speech Department will discuss i welcome, and we hope the audi-
Make-up midsemester examination for absentees, Monday, April 22, "Communication and Life," in the reading room of Lane Hall at 4:05 ence will be large.

Moving Picture:
Dr. Robert J. Ruth, Chief of the Pharmaceutical Division of the
E. R. Squibb & Sons Company, will show a motion picture entitled "How
Science Aids in Controlling Infectious Disease" at the Natural Science
Auditorium on Friday, April 19, at 4:15 p. m. This film portrays the
manufacture and standardization of biological products and should be
of interest to the members of The departments of Medicine, Dentistry,
and Pharmacy, as well as a certain proportion of the Faculty at large.
All who are interested are cordially invited to attend.
Hugh Cabot
Visitors' Night-Angell hall Laboratory:
The public is invited to visit the Astronomical Laboratory in Angell
Hall to observe the moon- from ,8 to 10 p. m. on Friday and Saturday
nights, April 19 and 20. Admission only by ticket. Reservation must
be made by ealling the Observatory Office on Ann Street between 9 a. m.
and 12 noon on Wednesday and Thursday.
R. H. Curtiss

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3 p. m., room 35 Angell Hall. p. m., Thursday. All men and women students and members of the
Preston Slosson . faculty are invited.
The Forum Committee
Natural Dancing Classes ' John Webster, Julius Zink
All classes in Natural Dancing a e being .transrerred from the

Women's Athletic Building to Sarah Caswell Angell Hall in Barbour]
Gymnasium, for the balance of this term.
lone M. Johnson

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-j
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-
motives, automobile buses, trolley cars, railroad cars; the assembling of
complete -rail oad trains; the preparation of hot metals in the furnacesf
is shoQwn 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
Exhibition of Paintings:
The exhibition of paintings by Mr. Hugh H. Breckinridge, under the
auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Association, will be open evey afternoon
from April 1 to April 7 (inclusive) and from April 14 to April 23.
J. G. Winter

Chemical Engineers:
A moving picture entitled "The Story of Rail Steel," will be shown
to a meeting of the student chapter of the A. I. Ch. E. on Thursday,
jvening, April 18. At the business meeting at 7:15, nominations for
next year's officers will be made.
R. C. Adams, Jr.
Senior Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. F. A. Pope of the Worthington Pump and Machinery Company
of Harrison, New Jersey, will be in room 221 West Engineering Build-
ing, on Tuesday, April 16 and Wednesday, April 17; for the purpose
of interviewing students-interested in positions with this organization.
It. C. Anderson
Senior Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. R. N. Friel, representing the White Star Refining Company of
Detroit, will be in room 239 West Engineering Building on Wednesday,
April 17. He wishes to interview men interested in positions with this
company, particularly those who h ave a good knowledge of thermo-
dynamics, pumps, and power plants.
it. C. Anderson

Phi Beta Kappa:
The annual meeting of Phi Beta Kappa will be held on Wednesday,
ApIl 17, at 4:15 p. m. in room 2003 Angell Hall. At this time the pro-
posed revision of the Constitution, notice of which was sent out one.
month prior to the meeting in accordance with the -Constitution of
the Chapter, will be taken up in addition to the regulai routine
business of the year, i. e., election of officers, of new members, and
reports of officers. These changes in the Constitution have been made
necessary by the action of the National Council last fall. A full atten-
dance is desired.
Oiima F. Butler, Secretary
Prescott Club:
Dr. Robert J. Ruth of E. R. Squibb and Sons will give a lecture on the
Manufacture of Cod Liver Oil, accompanied by a motion picture, "Sun-
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
interested.
Fred H. Weinmann, Pres.

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Point System Committee: f
Students Interested in Business Administration and Economics: There will be a meeting of the Point System Committee of the
- Under the auspices of the Alpha Kappa Psi Fraternity, Mr. -'Ray Woman's League on Wednesday, April 16, in Barbour Gymnasium, at
Chamberlain, General Sales Manager of the Packard Motor Car Company, 4:15 o'clock.
will talk on "Opportunities and Problems Facing the Graduate," on Mary Alice Moore, Chairman
Wednesday, April 17, at 7:30, in room 316, Michigan Union. All interest- -
ed are cordially invited to attend. Juniors-School of Education:

Hillel Foundation:
Dr. Raphael Isaacs of the Simpson Memorial Institute will deliver
an Open Forum address on Thursday evening, April 18, at :30 p. m., at
the Hillel Foundation. The topic is "The Religion of Science." The pub-
lic is cordially invited.
William Schloss, Chairman .
Engineers: -
An inspection tour to Selfridge Field, Mt. Clemens, will be made
Saturday, April 27, under the auspices of the A. S. M. E. Buses will
leave the Engineering Arch at 6:30 a. m., round trip fare two dollars.
Special flights will be made by officers of the Ist Pursuit Group. Signf
the lists in West and East Engineering Bldgs. as soon as possible so we
may arrange the transportation.
J. Gray

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H. K. Stockdale, Chairman
Prospective Students in Business Administration:
Students contemplating work in Business Administration or expect-
ting to apply for admission to the combined course in Letters and
Business Administration, are asked to meet on Wednesday, April 17, at
:10 p. m. in room 25, Angell Hall. At that time Dean Griffin of the
School of Business Administration will speak to them and will be glac
to arrange conferences with students who are interested in talking
over their plans with him.
John R. Effinger
Notice:
Mid-semester reports for all students in the College of Engineering
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
Dean Patterson, room 255 West Engineering Building. Kindly see Miss
F.4rl for the reports.
G. W. Patterson, Associate Dean
Mimes:
There will -be an important meeting of all members of Mimes on
Friday, April 19, at the theater at 4:30 o'clock. All active members ar
urged to be present. This does not include the initiates.
Harlan P. Cristy, President

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The'e will be an important meeting of group representatives today
at 4 o'clock in room 4017 University High School
Gladys R. Merlin, Vice President
Faculty Women's Club:
The -Music Section of the Faculty Women's Club will hold the last
meeting of the year Wednesday evening, April 17, at 8:00 o'clock, at
the home of Mrs. A. W. Smith, 1008 Oakland Ave.
Elana K. Taylor, Secretary

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All active members and initiates
Field House at 5:45 o'clock tonight.

will meet at the LoungedPalmer
Bernice McI~ale, President

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