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Publication 1n the Bulletin is conb tructive notice to all members
of the Utniversity. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent untjI 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)


SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 1929

No. 152

Dean's Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
An adjourned meeting of the Committee will be held on Monday,
April 29, at 4 p. Mi., in the Dean's Office. -
John R. Effinger
Greek 165 (Mythology):
A test will be held on Tuesday, April 30, in room 103, Romance
Languages Building. The questions will cover the material of Chap-
ters Four to Seven inclusive in the text-book with the accompanying
lectures and illustrations.
Campbell Bonner
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 crcdits and grades, with an indication
of the special curriculum they have foilowed.
J. L. Brumm
To Graduate Students in Lducation:
The preliminary examinations for.the Ph.D. degree in Education
will be held onMay 16, 17, and 18, from 2:00 to 5:00. All individuals
planning to take these examinations should notify me at once.
Clifford Woody, Chairman. of Committee on Graduate Study....

Prof. John Wallace Eaton To Succeed Episcopalian Clergy Will Conveno Here
Winkler As Head Of German Department S C R E E N For Annual Meeting Of Church Congrcs
Prof. John Wallace Eaton will of his authorship have appeared in REFLECTIONS Some of the most conspicuous clergymen and educators alike.
coni here next September from ,the Fortnightly Review (London), figures in the American Episcopa- The Rev. George Stewart Cra,
the University of Saskatchewan, Queen's Quarterly (Kingston, On- lian clergy will be in Ann Arbor rector. of St. Luke's church at Ev -
tario), Modern Language Review, AT THE MAJESTIC from April 30 until May 3, attend- anston, Ill., will be one of the prin.
Saskatoon, Canada, to head the and Germanic Review. His maius Greta Garbo and all others of ing the fifty-fifth annual meeting cipal speakers on the official pro-,
German department, it was an- opus, a volume of "The German In- her ilk are good stuff once in a of the Church Congress. gram, and will lecture on "What
nounced by the Regents last night. fluence in Danish Literature, 1750- while, but a team like Colleen Moore Probably the longest journey un- Can We Believe About God?"
Prof. Max Winkler, who has ten- 1770" is now in press. At present and Neil Hamilton is unquestion- dertaken to the Congress, will be Throughout his long stay of more
ered his resignation of the depart- Professor Eaton is working on an ably refreshing for a change. Their that of the Right Rev. Hiram R. than a quarter of a century in
ment headship due to ill health, article, "The French Influence in latest wholesome bit of entertain- Hulse, D.D., Bishop of Cuba. He Evanston, he has built up one of
will, however, continue his teaching Denmark in the Eighteenth Cen- ment is called "Why Be Good?' will travel from Havana to Ann the h'rgest churches in the country
duties, tury." and there's no getting around the Arbor for the sessions of the Con- from the humblest of beginnings;
Professor Eaton, a graduate of fact that it's wholesome and enter-. gress, although he is not on the He is perhaps better known to col-"
Trinity College, Dublin, has also G taining. Wholesomeness in a movie program for a formal address. Dur-1lege audiences than any other man
studied at the Sorbonne, Paris, and; Gu -On-Lip Huston nowadays is about as abundant as ing his residence in Cuba, Bishop on the program, having preached
in Marburg and Munich, Germany. To H '04 Reni milk in a blind pig, so you'd bet- Hulse has identified himself with in most of the great educational
His teaching experience dates back .iea 04t iOn ter look over this rare treat while I the educational problems of the centers of the country.
to 1908 when he accepted a posi- you have a chance. 'island which, because of peculiar The Very Rev. Robert S. Chal-
ssis i a None other than the famous Vivacious, peppy Colleen Moore, conditions in Cuba, presents fea- mers, dean of St. Matthews Cathc-
Siesin duteaseule, fufiig a Gmo-h-i"Hso itk asan thedancing shop-girl and Neil tures of great interest to American dra in Dallas dTexas, althoughi
the same duties the following year "Gum-on-the-lip"eHpstoonwill take born in Scotland, has spent most
in a French Lycee at Beauvais. charge of the '04 Law class repre- ager of his millionaire father's Lutheran Students of his years in active service to tha
During the next two years he lec- sentatives from Detroit when they store, make this picture a good Church in the Middle West. He was
red i French and German at the arrive in Ann Arbor en masse on one. It could be very sloppy and TO Hear Dr. Gruber rector of St. Mark's church in Toa
University of Bristol, England, go- Friday, June 14, for this year's wishy-washy but it isn't; and the ledo from 1918 to 1924. He will
ing indy ue1.,frti ea' u tis';adtthe fail of 1912 to Queen's sih a nt~ ~dl salfrspeak on Thursday, May 2, on "Ard
University, Kingston, Ontarionas Alumni Reunion. sghtnsag in the middle is al for- Thuhrltetcu fte ~a nT1nhlgn t
Unvriy astnb tetm oufn u The Lutheran Student club of the There Any Unchanging Standards
lecturer in French. Since 1913 he This historic name which has why it pays to be good.University will be addressed to- for Moral Behavior?"
has been professor and head of the been added to the original baptis- Tlnight by the Rev. Dr. L. Franklin
German department at Saskatche- mal cognomen of Rosco B. Huston, that lok lessemveielab rateusual Gruber at 6:45 o'clock in the Zion NEW YORK.-Jake Schaeffer
wan. m'04Lcgm be explained inHane-ha-rbably the mosieestngube-ILutheran Parish hall at 309 E. world's 18.2 balkline champion, and
During his residence in Silesia c f, may e exp ained in an ex- -proun i th emost interesting be- Washington street. Reverend Gru- Edouard Horemans of Belgium, deg
Professor Eaton visited Russia. cerpt from the Alumnus of June nb that takenaTh n aovel ght beir, who is widely known as a throned champion, have sailed o
Later he served in France with the 1904. "May 14, 1904-The Editorial watrcand othee Boiler , where preacher, lecturer, and author, has an exhibition tour of Europe.
twenty-eighth battalion and with Staff of the Michigan Daily organ- from oil cans and where two huge chosen as his subject the question,
the intelligence corps. The post- cn w e to e "Is ThreConflict Between Science
war occupation of Germany found zed the Michigan Press club and fire doors in the wall open to dis- and Religion?"
him attached to the staff of the elected the following officers: Pur- close two fair damsels turning Other sudnt organizations have New York Listed
ilitary governor of Cologne, ak veyor of the Heated Ozone, . aro o its as barbecues. And been invited to attend the lecture.
quenty published under the head Emory Thomason, '04; Gum-on- No matter what your movie Men's Education Club:
"In Occupied Germany" in the Ca-- the-lip, Roscoe B. Huston, '04L. An1tastes are, you'll likely enjoy "Why e s Education ClubPrivate wires to all
nadian Magazine intensive search of The Daily files ! Be Good?" Better not miss it. T oMens Education Club will
Since the war Professor Eaton by an ambitious reporter failed to { G. W. meet oyAr 29, :


Summer Positions in Boys Camp:
Three t oitioo in the University Fresh.
for qualifel men. Season June 20-Aug.
great experience and some financial return.

Air Camp still remain open
17. Compensation lies in
Enquire at Lane Hall.
H. H. Grafton

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 I artsvig, who is secretary of the Women's League, will
be in her office in Barbour Gymnasium on Monday, April 29, from 2
to 5 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 societics use these cards in choosingcandidates.
Beatrice W. Johnson
Phi Beta Kappa Initiation:
The Annual Initiation of the Alpha Chapter of Michigan will be held,
in room 2003, Angell Hall, on Wednesday, May 1st, at 4:15 p. m. Alf
iltiates ar eexpected to be present and they will be given their tickets
to the Inltiation Banquet at this time.
Orma F. Butler, Secretary

has visited Italy, Switzerland, Nor- reveal any of the secrets of this
way, Denmark, Sweden, the Azores, organization which once flourished'
Oran, Tunis, Turkey, Greece, Hun- in the Press Building and several
gary, and Austria, besides spending of the prominent seniors on the
considerable time working in the staff insisted that although they
British Museum and the Royal Li- have been around the campus for
brary of Copenhagen. a good many years they do not re-
His special field of research is member this club of the days of
the influence of the German on Willie Heston and other Michigan
Danish literature. Shorter articles football players.


Faculty Women's Club:
The next regular meeting of the Faculty Women's Club will be
held Sunday, April 28, from 2 to 5 o'clock, in Alumni Memorial
Hall. There will be an exhibit of the work done by members of the
Art Section during the year.
Members are invited to bring husbands and friends.
Mrs. W. L. Badger

ble un
0. M.
fee v
f re,
at of

Bookshelf & Stage
The Bookshelf;
will meet with Mrs.
April 30, at 2:45 p.

Section-Faculty Woman's CIb:
and Stage Section of the Faculty Woman's Club
Tobias Dickhoff, 2101 Devonshire Road on Tuesday,
Mrs. R. D. T. Hollister, Secy.


e diploma fee of $10 is paya-I
ow! Early settlement is nec-i
y for the preparation of di-
as. In no case will the Uni-
ty confer a degree at Coi-
cement upon any student who i
to pay this fee before 4 o'clock
May 23. In case the Faculty
not recommend any payer, the
vil berefunded on surrender
.ceipt for payment. The above
es also to fees for all special;
ndidates for degrees or certifi-
should at once fill out card
ice of the Secretary of their'
ge or school (College of Liter-
e, Science, and the Arts, Re
er's Office), pay the Treas-
of the University and have j
receipted, and file indicated
on of this receipted card with
Secretary of their College or
ase do not delay till the last
ent, but attend to this mat-
at once. We must letter, sign,
seal approximately 2500 di-
as and certificates, and we
be greatly helped in this work
arly payment of the fee and l
equent longer period for pre-
Shirley W. Smith,
Secretary of the University
treasurer's office will be closed
Saturday afternoon.


p. in. in room 302 of the Union.
Dr. J. B. Ednjonson, Dean of the,
School of Education, will speak on,
the "Status of Men in Education."
Everyone is welcome.
James R. Pollock, President
Delta Sigma Rho:
All members of Delta Sigma Rho.
whether affiliated with the local
chapter or not, are cordially in-
vited to attend the formal initia-
tion and banquet at the Michi-
gan Union, Thursday evening, May
2, at 5:30. Banquet fee will be
$1.50. Make reservations with Lau-
ra Osgood, 8587, by Tuesday.?
Laura Osgood, Sec.

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Telephone 22541
Brown-Cress & Co.,
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,rjrs ity Glee Club:
An extremely important rehearsal will be held at the usual time
Monday evening. 'At this time every member is needed without fail. Members of Scalp
We'are depending on you to be there promptly! The last meeti
L. M. Goodspeed, Manager April 28, 1929, at2
Chemical Engineering Seminar:
Professor T.~'R. Running will address the Seminar on Monday, Ifreslh man Girls' G
April 29, at 4 o'clock, in room 3201 East Engineering building, on the There will be
subject, "Graphical Smoothing of Data." H White Music at 4 o'clock
Senior Chemical and Mechanical Engineers: enior Ball:
Mr. A. i. Vobach of the Sinclair Refining Company, East Chicago, The Senior B3a
Indiana, will be in room 2028 East Engineering Building on Tuesday in room 302, of t
afternoon, April 30, to interview men interested in positions with that tickets at this time
company. Please make appointments with Miss McKim.
Alfred U. White
Lutheran Students:
The Rtev., Dr. L. F. Gruber, president of the Chicago Lutheran ..
Seminary, and, an outstandinlg preacher and scientist, will addressIU
the Lutheran Student Club this-evening on "Is there a Conflict between 1502
Science and Religon?"° Social program at 5:30. Supper at 6:00.
The address 'ft 6:45. Zion Parish Hall, 309 E. Washington St., The ie
public is cordially invited to hear the address.
Philip D. Martens, President Seven Rooms_-
corner lot in o
inlander Staff School.
There will be a meeting of the Inlander staff at 7:30 o'clock on M~aiyevnnC afhlan irr. l iO0srpsfo h ex er
Monday evening at the main lbay l nhanusritifomth.nxt- om~
issue of the magazine should be in at. that time. i
PauzwL . Ada ns
lVacuity woman'$ Club --11aday Evening Drama Section':
The Monday Evening Drama Section will meet Monday evening, Ann
April 29, at the Clubhouse, 226 South Ingalls. Pot Luck supper will F. P. Corry. Pr
be served at 6:30. This will be the last meeting of the year. I1250.D
Mrs. H. C. Eckstelnf ;;! 11 01N. 1! 1111111 11

and Blade: Scho
.ng of the year will be held at the Union Sunday, Ple
2:30. Every member should be there. mom
Clifford Keene, Secretary ter a
Glee Club: plom
an important rehearsal today in the School of shall
. by e
Pauline Bowe, President cons.
ll committee will meet this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
he Union. All committee members kindly turn in J The1
. each
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