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DA I LY 0 F F I C IA L B UL LETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is conmtructive 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.)
Vol. XXXiX WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1929 No. 154
COVER CONTEST TO END TODAY
The Student Chapter of the A. I. Ch. E. wll met in room 3201,
East Engineering Building, at 7:15, Thursday, May 2. Following the
business meeting, which will include the election, Mr. G. L. Jensen,
formerly with the personnel department of the Consumers Power
Company of Chicago, will speak on "The Adjustment and Advance-.
ment of the New Man in His Job." All members must present their!
mermLb,rship eards in order to take part in the election.
ft. C. Adams, Jr.
Today is the last day on which
designs may be submitted for the'
football program cover competition.'
Conestants are to deliver their de-
signs to Assistant Prof. Herbert A.
Fowler in room 345 Architectural
building by 5 o'clock this afternoon.
Due to numerous requests, the final
date for submission was extended
The result of the competition
will be announced in The Daily
and the winning designs will be
displayed in a State street store
next fall. All rejected designs must
be called for in Mr. Fowler's office
by May 6 if contestants wish to
The contest is being sponsored
by the Board in Control of Ath-
letics, and according to an an-
nouncement from that body, it may
become an annual one should the
present competition result success-
Ofo Whomi It May Concern: Phi Beta Kappa Initiai:
As the University of Michigan Official Publication (formerly the . The Annual Initiation of the Alpha Chapter of Michigan will be held
University Bulletin) is now issued on a weekly basis, it is no longer!in room 2003 Angell Hall, on Wednesday, May 1st at 4:15
necessary to place postage stamps on envelopes containing copy or nitiates are expected to be present and they will be given their tickets
copies of the Publication mailed for delivery within the City of Ann to the Initiation Banquet at this time.
Arbor. In such cases, the pound rate for second class matter is Orma F. Butler, Secretary
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary and Bus. Mgr. UiestCl:
The annupl election meeting will be held on Club Night, Friday, I
University Lectures: May 3. Program, W. C. Trow and Hanns Pick.
Professor D. P. Riabouiinsky, now of the French Service Tech-'Pgt
nique Aeronautique, will deliver three University lectures on the sub- Industrial Engineering Society:
ject, "The Law of Resistance of Fluids and Its Application to Practical Professor E. V. Sink will address the Society, on Thursday, May
Problems." The lectures, which will be illustrated by stereopticon, will s 2, at 7:30 p. i., in the Engineering Societyroom over the Arch, on
be given in room 1042. East Engineering Building, on Friday, May 3, the subject: "Industrial Hygiene." The election of officers and other
at 4:15 p. m., Saturday, May 4. at 11:00 a. m., and Monday, May 6, important business will take place at this meeting.
at 4:15 p. i., respectively. They will be of interest not only to aero- ! W. P. Wright
nautical engineers, but also to mathematicians, physicists, and others..
F. F. Robbins Comedy Club:
All members wishing to take advantage of the preference due
Graduate Students and StaffMembers : them for tickets for the opening night or any other performance of
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Chi Delta Phi:
Chi Delta Phi will hold a special meeting tonight at 7:30. in
Professor Jack's office. This is a very important meeting, and all
members are urged to be present.
Louisa Butler, President
Sigma Gamma Epsilon:
The initiation of new members will be held at the Michigan
Union, Thursday, May 2, at 5:30 p. m. Following this the Banquet
will begin at 6:30 p. m.
C. H. Riggs, Secretary
Seminar in Strength of Materials:
Mr. Donnell w111 speak on "Impact Tests" at 4:00 p. m. in room
240, on Thursday, May 2.
Anyone interested is cordially invited to
R. T. Liddicoat
This is to notify you that Dean Huber will be out of town from
May 1 to May 25. Anyone who wishes to see him before he leaves
should call the office of the Graduate School for an appointment.
Ruth A. Rouse
Moving Pictures of Industry:
The eighteenth moving picture program by the School of Business;
4diinistration will be held in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:051
p. m., Wednesday, May 1. Please note that the program will begin
10 minutes earlier than many afternoon meetings. The following'
films will be shown:
Terra Cotta (its manufacture and use)-1 reel.,
The Background (manufacture and application of wall covering)
Hollow Building Tile (its uses, qualities, and methods of manu-
f#cture)--1 reel. .
A Concrete Example (featuring American leadership in the con-
struction of large buildings)-2 reels.
All persons interested are invited to attend these program which
are designed particularly to give business students background mater-t
Carl N. Schmalz
New Testament, Oratorical Contest:
Manuscripts for the Thomas E. H. Black Oratorical Contest on
New Testament themes should be handed in at the office of the Depart-c
ment of Speech, room 3211 Angell Hall, today. Preliminaries will
be held beginning May 6.
R. D. T. Hollister
Hygiene 101-Make-up Examination:t
There will be a make-up examination in Hygiene 101, Thursday,t
MA~y 2, at 4 p. m., room 20, Waterman Gymnasium.
M. P. isaminger
Contrary to my announcement Monday, I shall meet my class in
"Introduction to Secondary Education" today. , k
Francis D. Curtis
There will be no meeting of the 11 o'clock quiz section today,
Wednesday, May 1, 1929.
if. D. McClure
"Granite" must communicate with me before ThursdayMa 2
Thurston Thieme, Pres.
Engineering Students Note:
The Michigan Bell Telephone Company will employ a few engi-
neering students during the summer vacation for work in Detroit and
in various cities elsewhere in the state. Either freshmen, sophomores,!
or juniors, with good scholarship records, will be considered. If inter-
ested, call Mr. C. H. Holmes, telephone 9932, this week, and arrange
A. D. Moore, H. C. Anderson
There will be an important meeting of Mimes on Thursday, May
2, at 4:30 at the Mimes theater. As the initiation banquet is only
a week away, all regular members are requested to be present.
Hugh Claney, President
Nominations for Oratorical Board Offices:
All petitions for nominations for president, vice-president, secre-
tary, and treasurer must be sent to the Nominating Committee 1100
Hill Street, before Wednesday noon.
Robert J. Gessner
A short important meeting will be held Wednesday afternoon aLt
4:00 in 3209 Angell hall. This will be the last meeting of the year.
Robert J. Gessner E
Today will be your last chance to redeem your 'Ensian subscrip-
tion coupon in the basement of Angell Hall. Distribution will continue'
throughout the day from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Frederick G. Bausehard, Distribution Manager j
Varsity Glce Club:
Every man in the club must report in street dress at Hill Audi-
torium promptly at 7:30 and without fail. It is imperative that you'
be there since we are asking you to stay only a short time!
L. M. Goodspeed, Manager
Formation tonight at 7:15 at Morris hall in full uniform to take4
part in the Pep Bounce at Hill Auditorium. There will be an important
rehearsal at Morris Hall directly afterwards in preparation for the
Battle Creek concert. Bandmembers are requested to have their urn-
Senior Ball Committee: FRATENITY JEWELRY
Will meet in room 302, Michi- At Bargain Prices
gan Union, at 5:00 o'clock, Wed- A REAL SALE-NO FOOLIN'
nesday, May 1. Very important. Burr, Patterson and Auld Co.
All committee men be there. 49th Anniversary Sale
Loy Sutherland, Chairman 603 Church Street
Interested in Aeronautics?
HOP OFF TONIGHT!
WM. B. STOUT-of the Ford Stout Air Services, a pioneer in
manufacturing of Modern Aircraft.
VDW. S. EVANS-One of America's most prominent aviation
sponsors, and who helped bring the sport of Gliding to
this country as founder of the Evans Gliding Clubs.
Also many others of great interest at the
AERONAUTICAL SOCIETY BANQUET
it Is the Gre d
that its next
a vital play by
of the Grand Rapidsw
The play will
open the new
theater in the
6:30 P. M.
Note: This program includes the largest and finest group of
speakers in the aviation world ever presented to the cam-
pus on one single occasion.
Talks will be non-technical and of interest to all
Tickets at the Union or Aero Dept. $1.50 per plate
French Play: forms pressed and in good condition before the trip this Friday.
The 22nd Annual French Play: "Miquette et sa Mere" by Robert Gilbert B. Saltonstall, Student Manager
de Flers and G. A. de Caillavet will be presented by members of the
Cercle Francais at the Mimes Theater, Thursday, May 2. A S, M. E.:
Tickets on sale Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, at Graham's Election of next year's officers will take place Wednesday, 7:30, "
bookstore for 75 cents. Cercle membership tickets will be accepted room '229, West Engineering Bldg., May I.
as 50 cents towards the purchase price of a seat. J. Grayg
ooScabbard and Blade:
Sophomore Women: There will be a regular meeting of Scabbard and Blade, Wednes-
There will be a meeting of all sophomore women for the purpose day, May 1, in the Union, at 7 p. in.
of electing the central committee of next year's Junior Girls' Play Fred C. FentonA
on Wednesday, May 1, at 4:00 o'clock in the Women's Athletic Build-
Doris Densmore, Vice-PresidentT onightFN
To Those Interested in Aeronautics: oicT odayfsiProgram
The Aeronautical Society of the University of Michigan invites s to 10 9 to 1
everyone interested in Aeronautics to attend their annual banquet to of the7$
he held at the Michigan Union on Wednesday, May 1, at 6:30 p. m.1 I 75c per couple $1.00 per couple
Speakers will include William B. Stout, Edward S. Evans and others.
Tickets for this banquet are obtainable at the Michigan Union desk i _Iu r Co nr e ss Music by
or the Aeronautical Department, 304 E. Engineering Building, at the
cost' of $1.50.,
S. B. Chadman, Treasurer 11:00 A. M.-St. Andrew's Church T he M ichigan M en
(Corner of Division and Catherine Streets)
Special Assessments and unpaid class dues are now being col- Corporate Communion of the Congress - Direction of "BEV" WATTS
lected by the various Group Leaders. Please cooperate, at once, with- Preacher, The Right Reverend Warren L. Rogers, Bishop
Coadjutor of Ohio.
your Class Group Leader,.t1
R. G. Johnson, Class Treasurer C3:00 P. M.-The Michigan Union
Senior Employment: "To What Extent Are The Articles of the Christian Faith as
Men interested in selling bonds and securities should arrange their Contained in the Apostles' Creed Subject to Change orAk
inter-views with various companies in room 201, Mason Hall. Mr: Revision?"1! A t W iu to re J ake
Arends of the Guaranty Company of New York will be in this ofice 1. The Reverend Harold A. Pritchard, Rector of St. Mark's
Friday, May 3. - Church, Mt. Kisco, New York, and Canon of the Cathedral
2. The Very Reverend Frederick C. Grant, Dean of thePi
Western Theological Seminary, Evanston, Ill.
Soph. Engineers: btSATURDAY NIGHT
All men interested in class baseball report to South Ferry Field 8:00 P. M.-Te Michigan Union
t5Roboc Wdertay, ampbl, fCairsgmanheti:omte
at 5 oclock Wedesday, Mam bell, air n Athletic Committee "What Should Be the Relation Between Church and State in the
- United States?" Jack Burt 'and his
Juniors-SchoOl of Education: C1.The Very Reverend Percy C. Kammerer, Dean of Trinity
There will be a meeting of all group representatives today at 4:00 2 The Reverend Robert Johnson, Rector of St. John's o
o'clock in room 4017 U. H. S.2 T R Church, Washington, D. C. Dancing 9 to 12 $1.50 per coup
Gladys R. Merlin, President
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will run the en-
tire week of
May 6th to 11th.
The new theater
has seven hundred
seats, all of them
very good, but the
Club advises that
you make your
once by mail, or
by phoning 6300
on Thursday. The
seats on the main
floor are $1.00, and
those in the