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S1ATURD~AY, APRIL 2'?T, 1024 '

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.)



NO. 151

Students' Recital:
Philip Culkin, baritone, pupil of Theodore Harrison, will give the,
following program, Monday evening, April 29, at 8 p. m., in the School
of Music Auditorium. The general public is invited. No admission
Caldara: Come raggio di sol; Paisiello: Nel cor pio non mi sento;
Durante: Vergin tutto amor; Barnett: The Bells of Oseny; Shaw:
Palanquin Bearers; Boyd: I have a Rendezvous with Death; Schumann:,
Charles A. Sink

Notice: Norwood D
The diploma fee of $10 is paya-.;
ble nowv Early settlement is nec- Ancie
essary for the preparation of di- Usgs ~
plomas. In no case will the Uni- Using as hithsu
versity confer a degree at Com- leratureeof the
prof. Gilbert Nora
mencement upon any student who classical studies
fails to pay this fee before 4 o'clock; of Toronto, dliv
p. m., May 23. In case the Faculty two lectures in r
does not recommend any payor, the Hall at 9:45 and
fee will be refunded on surrender terday. The lectu
of receipt for payment. The above der the auspicesc
applies also to feas for all special although the sul
certificates. Professor Norwoo
Candidates for degrees or certifi- terial for use to t
cates should at once fill out card igan teachers and
at office of the Secretary of their In, the morning
college or school (College of Liter- Norwood spoke or
ature, Science, and the Arts, Re "Apulius andthe
corder's Office), pay the Treas- ahsm" formed the
urer of the University and have ernoon address.

it Literature
bjects figures and

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erycivi iza ions BypolmtnofM orE-
s~ ry pruciamiauon U mayor .- Shortening the college curriculum pus.
wood, director Of ward W. Staebler, Tuesday has to two years was advocated by Dr.
erth Unierity been named as fire inspection day, Carl Franzen of the School of Edu- UNIVERSITY OF OREGON.
eired a series of ' cto ta etn fth mr - ne e
oom 2003 Angell when T. Alfred Fleming, supervisor cation at a meeting of the Amer- Under a new plan, instituted by a
4:15 o'clock ye of the conservation department of can Association of University Pro- statistician, entering students m :y
res were held iin- the national board of fire under- fessors. According to Dr. Franzen, now register completely in the "hI.
of the University, writers will be here for an inspec- these two years should be devoted space of one hour.
bjects treated by tion of public places in the city to general courses and these be fol-
d concerned ma- with regard to fire prevention. lowed by work in the graduate, UNIVERSITY OF OREGON.--
he visiting Mich_ Although schools, churches and school or of professional character. Campus life " as is" will be portray-
I superintendents. other types of public buildings are ed in a movie to be made on this-
lecture, Prof esfor n; lamed as those which will be in- MINNESOTA.-Playing for the campus. Executives of this Univer-
n "Pindar," while spected especially, officials of the encouragement of the Byrd expedi- sity heartily endorse the plan as
Dawn of Mediev- Buildings and Grounds department tion is the latest accomplishment one which will give prospective stu-
basis for his aft- of the University do not expect of the University band. Recently dents an unadulterated picture of
-,othUnvriybn.RcnlUniversity buildings to fall with-'
.Uintheterritorydof te inspecion for the second time the band ren- college life.
mthe territory of the inspection de+ eetosbodatfo
__dered selections broadcast from'
its: to any great extent. IsKSTP to the polar explorers. The UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY.-
the opportunity The mayor's proclamation points school songs of all the Big Ten col- All students having unpaid bills at
8, of meeting in Out that fire losses in the United leges were played. the business office are being drcp-
rlgossrie.'States amount to some 500 million j___ped from classes here.
relgious services. dollars annually, and in Michigan dro__he
of the Seminary ito r'*ut 20 million. In Ann Arbor UNIVERSITY OF OREGON.-
.s, Michigan, will alone during the last year, losses That the students of the University, ILLINOIS-According to Thomas
P. rose to $144,340. Of all fires, it is of the University of Oregon are go- Arkle Clark, 80 per cent oi the stu-
vill begin at 10:30, said that 80 per cent are avoidable ing to higher levels in search of dents are doing as much work as
sual. Kindly note by exertion of care against allow- amusement is evidenced by the fact ought to be expected, 15 per cent
ing blazes to start through careless- that an airplane company with are getting by, and the remaining
The Committee ness. facilities for taking students "sky- i five per cent are pretty hopeless.


Other Colleges
TA.- riding" has located near the cam-

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card receipted, and file indicated
Summer Field Courses in Geology and Geography: section of this receipted card with
Students planning to enroll in the courses given during the coming the Secretary of their College or!
summer at the Geological and Ceographical Field Station at Mill School.
Springs, Kentucky should consult the instructors in these courses within Please do not delay till the last
the next week Iimoment, but attend to this mat-
The consultation hours o£ the instructors in these courses are as ter at once. We must letter, sign,I
follows: and seal approximately 2500 di-
Geography 125 and 20;- Professor James---M., T., Th., F., 10 to 11, plomas and certificates, and we
113 Angell Hall. shall be greatly helped in this vork
Geology 125 and 203-Assistant Professor Ehlers---T. and Th., 3 to 5, by early payment of the fee and!
1535 Univ. Museum. consequent longer period for pre-
Geology 126-Mr. Belknap-M.., 3 to 5 and W., 9 to 12, 3024 Nat. paration.
Science. Shirley W. Smith,
Registration in these courses is limited to a definite number of Secretary of the University
students. No student will be permitted to register until he has first The treasurer's office will be closed
consulted the instructor of the course he desires to elect.

Rte formed Studen
We shall have
Sunday, April 2
Lane Hall for
Prof. H. Schultze
at Grand Rapid
address the grol
The meetings v
and at 4:0;. as <
the date.

Oratorical Association

G. M. Ehlers

Seniors in Journalism:
Seniors in journalism who are candidates for the certificate in
Journalism are requested to file at the journalism office, before May 3,
a transcript of their four years of credits and grades, with an indication
of the special curriculum they have followed.
J. L. Brumm
The quiz on "Anna Karenina" will be held Monday, April 29, at 9
o'clock, in two sections. The regular Monday 9 o'clock sections will meet
in room 25 A. H. All the others meet in room 2023.I
Lila Pargment

Mvasome Studencs:
There will be no meeting of the
Craftsmen club this week. Watch
The Daily for further notice.
R. W. Webster, President;
Cosmopolitan Club:
On Saturday afternoon, April 27,
weather permitting, the Club will
hold its spring hike and steak roast.
Members and friends of the Club
will please meet at Lane hall at
2:30, and bring along 35c and a
good appetite.
Helen L. Clarke, Sec.



Girls Working for Room and Board:
Will any girls employed in private homes who are - thinking
making a change next year, please come in and see me.
Beatrice W. Johnson


University Women Desiring Immediate Employment:
There are many opportunities for dining room, cloak room and ele-
vator operators at the new Women's League Building. If you have had,
experience and are free during meal hours, please come and see me at{
Beatrice W. Johnson


Girls in Extra-curricular Activities:
Miss Marie Iartwig, who is secretary of the Women's League, will
be in her office in Barbour Gymnasium on Monday, April 29, from 2
to . and will' be glad to interview girls who wish to bring their own
point-system cards up to date. The student committee has endeavored;
to keep the cards accurately, but it wishes to re-check for accuracy.
'The honor societies use these cards in choosing candidates.
Beatrice W. Johnson
Summer Positions in Boys Camp:
Three positions in the University Fresh Air Camp still remain open
for qualified men. Season June 20-Aug. 17. Compensation lies in
gireat experience and some financial return. Enquire at Lane Hall.
II. I1. Grafton
Faculty Wives:
Will any women desiring girls to work for room and board next
September, please telephone me, making a formal application before
May 4.
Beatrice W. Johnson
Girls Desiring Summer Employment as Stenographers:
Miss Faye Kennedy, Employment Secretary of the Detroit Edison
Coimpany, will be in Barbour Gymnasium from 10 to 12:30 Saturday
morning, April 27, to interview experienced girls for stenographic work
next summer.
Beatrice W. Johnson
Phi Beta Kappa:
The Annual Initiation Banquet of the Alpha Chapter of Michigan
will be held at the Women's Athletic Building, corner of Forest and N.
University Aves., on Thursday, May 2, at 6:30 p. m. Professor Dixon
Ryan Fox of Columbia University will deliver the address.
Cards have been sent to all whose names are in the files of this
Chapter. All members of Phi Beta Kappa are cordially invited. Ban-
quet tickets are $1.50 each. Reservations will be'made for those who noti-
fy the Secretary by April 29. This date is made necessary because, in
view of the change of place, we have to guarantee a definite number
of persons present by that time.
Orma F. Butler, Secretary
Freshman Girls' Glee Club:
There will be a rehearsal today at 2 o'clock. Please bring the
Pauline Lowe, Secretary
Upper RooM :
Regular meeting of "Upper Room" men in the "Upper Rnom" at
Lane Hall this evening, at 7:00 p. m.
George G. Alder
Memnbers of Scalp and Blade:
The last meeting of the year will be held at the Union Sunday,
April 28, 1929, at 2:30. Every member should be there.
Clifford Keene, Secretary

Men's Education Club:
The Men's Education Club will
meet Monday, April 29, at 7:00:
p. in. in room 302 of the Union.
Dr. J. B. Edmonson, Dean of the
School of Education, will spea kon
the "Status of Men in Education ."
Everyone is welcome.
James R. Pollock, President
Matinee and Night

1928, said-
"There itre lots of them from Raquel Meller to Ruth
Draper and way back to Mary Norman and even
greater entertainers of this variety, but Cornelia Otis
Skinner outbids them all in fascination as well as
youth. She made an enormous hit yesterday."
"The beautiful Miss Skinner knows how to be poig-
nant, understanding and very funny in the brief con-
fines of a single monologue. If you take my advice
you will not: fail to hear her."
In Her Own Character Sketches
Tuec*>s., Apr. 30-8 'SP. MO

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Stamp Collectors:
There will be a meeting of the Ann'Arbor Stamp Club this evening
in. room 408 of the Romance Languages Building at 8:00 o'clock. Call Box Office 4151
Visitors and collectors cordially invited. There will be an auction
after the meeting.
S. B. Conger, Secretary

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