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Publication in the Bulletin is conit uctive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.)
Voli. XXXIX SUNDAY. APRIL 21, 1929 No. 146

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Executive Board, Graduate School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the GraduateI
School on Monday,,April 22, at 2:00 p. ma.I
Ituth A. . Rouse
!University Lectures:
Prof. Howard Mumford Jones of the University of ort~h Carolina
will deliver a series of three lectures on "American and French Litera-
ture" in the Natural Science Auditorium, as follows:
1 The. Comparative Problem, M.)nday, April 22, at 4:15 p. m.
2 The Cosmopolitan"'V:ogue, Tuesday, April 23, at 4:15 p. m.
3 French Fiction and the Middle Class, Tuesday, April 23, at 7:30
p. M.
The public is .cordially invited.I
l{..IE.. Robbins
Faculty', College of Literature, Seeic ce anthe Arts:
The April meeting of th~c Literary Faculty will be held on Monday,
April 22, at 4:10 p. m. in room 222:3, Angell Hal?.l.
John R. Effinger
Students of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:i
Literary students wishing ;to become candidates for a University
Scholarship' (value $200 or $100) may obtain blank application form
at the office of Dean Effinger. These blanks must be filled out and1
ieturned not later than April 26. No application will receive considera-
tion after that date, and awards will be made by June 1.
H. P. Thiemne, Chairman Scholarship Committee j
Required Physical Education for Women:I
Classes will not meet on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday--April 22, 23,1
24.
Block classes-required.
'Track pnd Field-Interclass-Intramural-Orchesis and Frcshman
Pageant will meet as usual.
Margaret Bell
Cap Night Committcce
There will. be an important, meetig of the Cap Night Committee
in'room 306 of the Union Monday night at 8 o'clock. All members please
attend.
Ken. Houck
EngKiners:,
- Wednesday, April 24; representatives of the Carborundlum Company,
manufacturers of 'Abrasive and Refractory materials will present a mo-
t ion picture in room 1042 East Engineering Bldg. The picture will start
at 4:15 p. mi, and is of particular interest to students. in shop courses.
The film is brought to you under the auspices of the Student, A. S. M. E.
J. Gray

T1o lemlberi of Ilic Clioratl Union: ' liii K41111l ..110s '. A v r.il flit ,." :.o.
TJ.iCUC will be (double rehearsal of tu i ujivrsity (iwual Uiiioi, ilIIIINI Ii1.1N111!~M ERRILL, LYNCH &
April 21, Sunday afternoon, at 3 p. in. Members
E._-___ V. Moore SVNENA O fRNew York Mtock xhw
Chiemical Enginecring Seminar:i Cleveland Stock Exchange
Mr. E. A. Ravenscroft will be the speaker at the Seminar on Monday, jYellowstonc, Canadian Rockics, Detroit Stock Exchange
April 22, at 4 o'clock in room 3201 East Engineering Building. 1 To Be Visited By New York Curb Market
fAlfred II. White Party Accounts Carried on Conservative
Scnir MchaicalEngnccs: RIP TO START JUNE 29 201 First Natal Bank
ForSheneneot oMthirhradesal__Engineers:_______
Mr. J. H-. Dillon, representing the Ingersoll-Rand Company of New Frtebnfto hi edr,
York, will be in room 221 West Engineering Building from April 22 to familiclandvriends the Miciga L. 1.a
Alumnus is conducting a 17 day l R e ad the C l a ss5i f1+.
26 icluiveforthepurpose of interviewing students interested intorfth Welavn Dtoi
positons ithdhissompay. !n June 29 and including stops atI ---*-- __
lI .Adro Yellowstone National Park, Seattle, "~/«,"'. "../."I "-." '- - """
Acolyes. Vancouver, Mount Baker National;
Acoyte: Forest, and.Jasper National Park.I
There will be a meeting of the Society on Monday, April 22, at! The entire trip, including all ex- I
7:30, in 202 S. MT. Mcmbers will give a "Symposium on Values." esserutwl;ot 385.I
Otis I. Lee 'will be a personally conducted tour!
! mM ,and. after leaving Detroit at mid- #
Edulicationi Seniors:I night, June 29, the party will jour - b
ney to Chicago and then St., Paul, ! 1 £ene
Tuesday, April 23, is fihe laist day that orders will be taken for, Minn. From Minnesota, the spe- will present for your ene
Invitations and Announcements. Pay cash with your order at the table +cial train will travel through the f
in University H-all any time Tuesday. This is your last chance. Badl Lands of North Dakota stop- Robert Emnmet Sher~lwood'
Odeyne Gillett, Chairman of Comn. ping at Cody, Wyoming, and then 1
________ spending five days. at Yellowstone. tore.y
Oratorical Associaltion: The next stop will be in Seattle,
Wil rtoiclAsocaio uhrsplae epr a Hl Adioi Washington. From there the par-!qle
Wil OrtorcalAssciaionushrs leae rpor atHil Auitoi ty moves to Mount Baker NationalI
at 7:30 Monday, April 22. ( Forest and Vancouver and thenfh e a"
L. Walkley, Vice President I Jasper National Park. The last leg
_______of the journey will include motor-
Botanical Seminar: " ing through the Canadian Rockies
and rides through the Provinces of z s vn
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, April 24, at 4:30. room 1139( Alberta and Saskatchewan. The ,
N. S. Bldg. Paper by K. L. Danielson-"The flora of Costa Rico" illus- 17 day tour will end in Chicago f or seven perf orman3
to ated. about noon, Tuesday, July 16.
B. M. Davis Any who are interested in thisk
tour are asked to write to th'I u gn igT R
MihgnDne:llmu fie nAun eo ! B gn igThe next meeting of the Michiga n Dames will be held Tuesday, April rial Hall.
23, at 8 o'clock, at the Faculty Women's Clubhouse. UnvriyofNsak.- ot-with aspcia matineS
UiestofNbak.Abo-Mrs. C. W. F erris, Pres. logger who was lately arrested in Tickets are pie at 75ca nc
---Lincoln, Neb., declared that he wasprcd ec
Alpha Epsilon Mu: Sigma Delta Chi: supported by a group of students nights and 50C and 75co
Meeting will be held Tuesday, There will be a meeting Monday! known as the "University Club" the matinee.
April 23, at 7:30 in room 308 Mich.-, afternoon at 4 o'clock. The object of the club was to fur- b
igan Union. J. Stewart Hooker, President nish the students with beer. Reservations may bobtaine
D. H. Lewis, Librarian ____________________________b
- ~ -ofiace or b phoning
Hindustan Club: BEST FOOD ON EARTH Mimes hope to avoid the necessity -of refus,
There will be an important ;A~~~J 'AVT~T the Last few days as was the case with "In'
meeting of 'the .Hindustan Club HA M NY C F TE I and it is respectfully requested that reser
on Sunday, April 21, at Lane Hall 508 EAST WILIAM STREET Queen's Husband" be made early
at 2:30 p. m. All Indian students'HO S ME, DELICIOUS F O
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