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PAGE EIGHT Tt~E5rJA~7 AP1~TT4 30, I~29



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.)

Senior Electricals:
All Senior Electricals are requested to report to Professor Cole,
room 429 West Engineering Building tonight, April 30, from 7 to 8
p. m. Pictures for the departmental personnel records are to be
1.. S. Bull
Physics Colloquium:
Dr. D. B. McLaughlin and Dr. 0. E. Uhlenbeck will speak on
"Milne's Theory of Stellar Absorption Spectra," at 4:15, Tuesday, April
30, in room 1041, East Physics Building, All interested are cordially

A hena, Portia, Adelphi, Alpha Nu:
The annual spring party of the four debating societies, Athena,
Portia, Alpha Nu, and Adelphi, will be held Wednesday evening, May 1,
at 7:30 at the Women's Athletic Building instead of Tuesday evening
in the Alpha Nu room as previously announced.
Lois Webb, President of Athena

[ LO E O L(y A gcniat ti Pres )
-INGTON, April 29.---The
gton Post says today that
rnationally known aviators



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Graduate Students and) Staff Members:


This is to notify you that Dean Huber will be out of town from invited. The all important question among replace King Tut, another of Pres-~ pp
May 1 to May 25. Anyone who wishes to see him before he leaves W. F Colby local dog fanciers of late has been ident Hoovers' favorites is a ques-
should call the office of the. Graduate School for an appointment. -"What will be the fad for dogs in tion that e gstill remains to be an- flight ar
Ruth A. Roe Nominations for Oratorical Board Offices: th oig peieta er"swered. The dog was received by York on
thA.Rousetfthecoming residentialyear?'Mrs. Hoover as a gift from an old tember.
Architectural Society Lecture:All petitions for nomnations for president, vice-president, secre This burning question has at last classmate of hers. This dog, along The n
y ActeD tary, and treasurer must be sent to the Nominating Committee 1100 been answered, at least to a er- with King Tut, German police aviators
Dr. Carl E. Guthe, Associate Director of the Museum of Anthropo- Hiil Street, before Wednesday noon. twneen t rby theasrivalof a cedog, anda collie, h ave beninrst-i trs
wogy,will give an illustrated lecture on "Mayan Architecture" in Robert J. GessHerilWStrnethebfdrehh
logrish Wolfhou'~ tm xt na by hthelf n dogithandeabcollie, abensinrs-,usf
the auditorium of the Architectural Building at 4:15 on Tuesday, April ____-house Wnificant task of guarding the chief pilot; C
30. The lecture is given under the auspices of the Architectural Oratorical Board: hse r the newest arrival ict ts of the chiefnpit
Society. The public is cordially invited. Whether th ees1rialwl executive of the land. navigatc
A short important meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon at Cragwood Pedriac, for this i thefI
Frederick J. lB. Sevald ~1T,1 lt-n~h h name of the wolfhound comes of of~h
Fr d rc .H e ad 4:00 in 3 269 Angell Hall. This will be the last m eeting of the %Y0,11U'C M P N .me of -- lh-nd c me f lih t .
Moving Picttures of Industry:.Robert J. Gessnerla long line of illustrious ancestors.
CHANGES HANDS The breed has been famous in his- at Lake
The eighteenth moving picture program by the School of Business Cod Club- tory as the gift of kings and the newspap
Administration will be held in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:05 All members wishing to take advantage of the preference d! m (H Associubted Prs) heroes of a thousand tales of valor war avi
p.ROT Wednesda,9MayT1enoteibei It will be recalled that theai-
p. i., Wednesday, May 1. Please note that the program will begin them for tickets for the opening night or any other performance of DETRIT, April 29.-The United dal wva boostled to th flying h
10 minuteseaer than many afternoon meetings. The following "Granite" must communicate with me before Thursday, May 2. . Aircraft & Transport corporation, adas bootedatoeprominenceb The m
films will be shown: Thurston Thieme, Pres. holding company comprising na- reason; of his acceptance in they n
Terra Cotta (its manufacture and use)-1 reel. tionally known manufacturers of: family of the late President Hard- they in
The Background (manufacture and application of wall covering) A. AS M.E:- airplaines and engines, and airline inWhether such a belate eco asnt
--I reel. Election of next year's officers will take place Wednesday, 7:30, operators, has acuireqd the Stout is awatsnthaIswlfhonwer- d aot
-Hollow Building Tile (its uses, qualities, and methods of manu- room 229 West Engineering Bldg., May . Air Services, Inc., operating Detroit,! is a question that will be answer- e a
rooacture)-Eninerin Breel.y 1 1ed during the next year or two. ;metal a
facture)- reel.J ray Cleveland and Chicago airlines, it Pedriac will at least create a powered
A Concrete Example (featuring American leadership in the con- was announced here Sunday. furor in the sporting clubs of the Pratt &
struction of large buildings)- 2 reels.. Scabbard and Blade: a pioneer in the air transport field, land and will probably start a fad to take
All persons Interested are invited to attend these program which There will be a regular meeting of reabbard and Blade, WVedn i ps an importantfeature of the plans that will once again establish his able of
r designed particularly to give business students background mater-day, May 1, in the Union, at 7 p. i. of the United corporation to devel-- breed as the aristocrats of dog- miles a
ofScreed)C. Penton op a trans-continental passengers i.f 120
----. service with Detroit as one of the
French Play: iChi Upsilon: innortant points on the route.
The 22nd Annual French Play: "Miquette et sa Mere" by Robert The regular meeting will be held Tuesday, April 30, at 7:30. All The United corporation plan~s to DON'T READ
de Flers and G. A. de Caillavet will be presented by members of the members are urgently requested to attend. utilize the lines of the Boeing Air Unless you are a really air-minded
Cercle Francais at the Mimes Theater, Thursday, May 2. Catherine Dawso, Gooretary Transport, Inc., which extend now! interesting speakers of greatest promi
Tickets on sale Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, at Graham's fcording to F. B. Rentschler, presi- aviation.
bookstore for 75 cents. Cercle membership tickets will be accepted Pi Lambda Theta:cdntoF. . U nts,' MR. WM B. STOUT of Ford-St
as 50 cents towards the purchase price of a seat.. There will be a very important meetg the Library at Mar The Stout airlines have main- MR. EDW. S. EVANS of Detroit
T heTStotoairl n esdh aegm ainmMh.tE Dt S7 :E A N S of D etroi
Rene alamon Cook Building tonight at 7:30 o'clock. ernicecle,President tained passenger service on regular Aeronautical SociAet
Twilight Organ Recital: schedules betweenaDetroit and Michigan Union, TOrnOrro
Twilght rga Rectal:- "Cleveland for the past two ,years
Palmer Christian, University organist, will give the following pro- Alpha Nu: .nand between Detroit and Chicago EVERYONE WELCOME. Tic
gram in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. The siThe Inter-society Dance, including the societies of Athena. Potia' snce last November. The company
general public, with the exception of small children is invited to Adelphi, and Alpha Nu, will be held tonight in the Alpha Nu room was the first m carry passengers--
attend. No admission charge. at 7:30 p. m. As this is the final get-together of the year all members wathe fi, o car ssenge
Wagner: Overture to "Tannhauser"; Wagner: "To the Evening should be present. The success or failure of the party depends upon in the country and has a record of MERRILL LYNC
Star" (Tanhauser); Borowski: Sonata 1, Allegro ma non troppo, the number of members attending, therefore make every effort tha tnever having injured a passenger. Memnber s
Andante, Allegro con fuoco; Schumann: Sketch in D flat; Debussy- you can to be thee. r .Me-sbNw k s
Christian: Prelude to "The Blessed Damozel"; Vierne: Finale (Sym- Richard S. Weber, VPreepagsieMtn New York Stock Ex
phony 1).Men Chicago Stock Excha
Charles A. Sink Michiganensian Copies: Teachers IncreasesC a Stock Exch
You can receive your Michiganensian today and tomorrow in Cleveland Stock Exch
Hygiene 101-Make-up Examination: the basement of Angell Hall by presenting your subscription coupon. Contrary to the general impres- Detroit Stock Exchan
There will bp a make-up examination in Hygiene 101, Thursday, Copies will be distributed from 8 a. m. until 5 p. ms each day sion, the percentage of men teach- New York Curb Marl
May 2, at 4 p. in., room 20, Waterman Gymnasium. Frederick G. Bauschard, Distribution Mgr. ers is not decreasing, according to Accounts Carried on Conser
M'~. P. Isaminger Dr. J. B. Edmonson, dean of the1
Gargoyle Business and Tryouts: School of Education in an address' 201 First Nat1 Bank
Course in Shades and Shadows. There will be an important meeting of the entire Cargoyle Business to the Men's Education club Mon-
The coure inShades and Shadows will begin on Wednesday, May 1. Staf toether with the tryouts today, Tuesday, April 30, at 4:30 p. m. day night at the Union. Since
Raymond Mathews All Tryouts should report at 3 o'clock or mailing out. 1920, when the percentage was at
yhCarl U. Fauster, Business Manager the lowest level, the ranks of men,
in education have been gradually
Phi Beta Kappa Initiation: swelling.
The Annual Initiation of the Alpha Chapter of Michigan will be held Chi Delta Phi:d,
in room 2003 Angell HTall, on Wednesday, May 1st, at 4:15 p. in. AllI Chi Delta Phi will hold a special meeting on Wednesday May 1 According to data recently cor-!
initiates are expected to be present and they will be given their tickets at7:30, in Professor Jack's office. This is a very ~importantof inadequate salary, no chance for
to the Initiation Banquet at this time. and all members are urged to be present. advancement, uncertain tenure,
Ormna F. Butler, Secretary Louisa Rutler President and political reasons. Many who
--______have attained some degree of suc-
Sophiomore Women: Varsity Glee Club: cess stated that they remained in
There will be a meeting of all sophomore women for the purpose Every member must be at the north entrance to the Union at the teaching field because they
of electing the central committee of next year's Junior Girls' Play !:45 o'clock to leave for Royal Oak. Full dress to be worn, with like the work which is serviceable
on Wednesday, May 1, at 4 o'clck in the Women's Athletic Building. ribbons. and provides a good beginning sal--
Doris Densmore, Vice-President L. M. Goodspeed ary.

aring to begin a non-stop
ound the world from New
the first clear day in Sep-
ames of only three of the
are given--Lieut. Albert D
ormer army and airmail
apt. Harry W. Lyon, jr.,
r on the trans-Pacific
f the Southern Cross, and
. T. O'Connell, radio officer
hurst. The comander, the
er said, will be a World
ator with more than 5,000.
ours to his credit.
nake of the plane in which
tend to attempt the most
us flight ever undertaken
learned,,but it was describ-
eing constructed partly of
nd partly of linen fabric;
with five 420-horsepower
Whitney engines, equipped
on fuel in flight and cap-
a maximum speed of 150
n hour and a cruising speed
and want to hear some
nence in the field of
out Air Services
y Banquet
w Evening 6:30
kets at Aero Dept., $1.50
ative Margin
Phone 4294


University Girls' Glee Club:
Rehearsal will be held at 4:30 today in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall1
instead of at the School of Music. It is imperative that all members4
be present.
Esther Anderson, President

Music. It

Girls' Glee Club:
will be a rehearsal at 4 o'clock today in the School of
is important that everyone be there.
Pauline BOwe, President

The diploma fee of $10 is paya-
ble now! Early settlement is nec-
essary for the preparation of di-
plomas. In no case will the Uni-
versity confer a degree at Com-
mencement upon any student who
fails to pay this fee before 4 o'clock I
p. m., May 23. In case the Facultyj
does not recommend any payer, the
fee will be refunded on surrender'
of receipt for payment. The above
applies also to fees for all special

Opening Session of the Church Congress
Michigan Union, Tonight, 8:00 P. M.
"What Can We Believe About God?"

give her YOUR photograph
On this dayset aside as her own, give Mother something she
will always treasure -- your photograph. Make it
her second Xmas this year.
334 So. Stat St Phone 5031

Rev. Angus Dunn, prof.
Divinity at the Episcopal
School, Cambridge, Mass.

of Systematic


Senior Employment:
Men interested in selling bonds and securities should arrange their
interviews with various companies in room 201, Mason Hall. Mr.
Arends of the Guaranty Company of New York will be in this office
Friday, May 3.

Rev. George
St. Lukes Church,

Craig Stewart, rector of
Evanston, Ill.

WT F. Parkrer Candidates for degrees or certifi-
Sum.merEmployment:!cates should at once fill out card
Mr. E. A. Blowers, District Manager of the Fuller Brush Company, at office of the Secretary of their
will be in room 302 Michigan Union on Tuesday, April 30, from 12:00 C college or school (College of Liter-
to 7 p. m. to interview students interested in. working for his company ature, Science, and the Arts, Re
this summer.,
Mary L. Stewart, Employmnmnt Bureauecorder's Office), pay the Treas-
ary_ . S w r mpo me t Burer of the University and have
Senior Chemical and Mechanical Engineers: card receipted, and file indicated
Mr. A. C. Vobach of the Sinclair Refining Company, East Chicago, section of this receipted card with
Indiana, will be in room 2028 East Engineering Building on Tuesday 1 the Secretary of their College or
afternoon, April 30, to interview men interested in positions with that' School.
company. Please make appointments with Miss McKim. Please do not delay till the last
Alfred H. White moment but attend to this mat-

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Soph. Engineers:
All men interested in class baseball report to South Ferry Field
at 5 o'clock Wednesday, May 1, for first game.
Robert L. Campbell, Chairman Athletic Committee
There will be no meeting tonight due to the annual spring party
of the four debating societies Wednesday evening, at the Women's
Athletic Building. All members are expected to attend the party.
Lois Webb, President

ter at once. We must letter, sign,
and seal approximately 2500 di-
plomas and certificates, and we
shall be greatly helped in this work
by early payment of the fee and
consequent longer period for pre-
Shirley W. Smith,
Secretary of the University
The treasurer's office will be closed,
I each Saturday afternoon.

Oratorical Association
1928, said-
"There gre 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

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