Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue


Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 02, 1929 - Image 8

Resource type:
The Michigan Daily, 1929-05-02

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.




MAY 2, 1J24



... .,


. # I

Liszt: Hark, Hark the Lark; Chopin: Etude Op. 25 No. 2, Nocturne F Senior Education Students: OTTAWAY PLANS
sharp major; (Miss Criswell) Schumann Zwei Venetian Liedier; Schu- Special Assessments and unpaid class dues are now being col- W S E N T U
bert: Ihr Bilt, Rast Lose Liebe, (Mr. Culkin) Debussy: Arabesque E lected by the various Group Leaders. Please cooperate, at once, with
major, Palmgran: May Night, Iart: Le Petit, ane blanc; MacDowell: your Class Group Leader.
Witches' Dance. (Miss Criswell). RInGanJohnson.tClassoTreasurer
hrlEAS._G._hweenau, Class iTsreasurer

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.)
Vol. XXXIX THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1929 No .155
University Lectures:+
Professor D. P. Riabouchinsky, now of the French Service Tech-
nique Aeronautique, will deliver three University lectures on the sub-l
ject, "The Law of Resistance of Fluids and Its Application to Practicali
Problems." The lectures, which will be illustrated by stereopticon, will
be given in room 1042 East Engineering Building, on Friday, May 3,
at 4:15 p. m., Saturday, May 4, at 11:00 a. m., and Monday, May 6,
at 4:15 p. m., respectively. They will be of interest not only to aero-
nautical engineers, but also to mathematicians, physicists, and others.1
F. E. Robbins
University Lecture:
Mr. George A. Plimpton, head of the firm of Ginn and Company,
and a distinguished book collector, will speak at 4:15 p. m., Monday,1
May 6, in Natural Science Auditorium, on the subject, "The Education
of Shakespeare," illustrated by the schoolbooks which were in use in
Shakespeare's time. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins E

Charles A. Sick ;the wste aumni cusi h6
Senior Electricals: University Ten Year Program, E-
Fri"11 l Play:Those Senior Electricals who did not report to room 429 West J. Ottaway, president of the Alum-
The 22nd Annual French Play: "Micuette et sa Mere" by Robert Engineering Bldg. on Tucsday are requested to report there without ni association 'and Dean Carl Hu
de Flers and G. A. de Caillavet will be presented by members of the fail tonight from 7 to 8 p. m. Pictures are to be taken for the depart- ber of the Graduate school, will
Cercle Francais at the Mimes Theater, Thursday, May 2.I mental personnel records. Those who do not report at this time can 4leave here this morning.
Tickets on sale Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, at Graham's scarcely expect to receive departmental assistance in securing satis- Up to the present time very few
bookstore for 75 cents. Cercle membership tickets will bo accepted factory permanent employment. . s. B oalumni groups have announced
as 50 cents towards the purchase price of a seat.Ip.Sjults inrphTveannognce
Ree Talamon---projects in the Ten Year progranf
Faculty Women's Club: and none of the western graduates
,Engineering Students Note: The last board meeting of the year of Faculty Women's Club will have been heard from. President
The Michigan Bell Telephone Company will employ a few engi- be a luncheon given by the President,Mrs. U. B. Phillips, at 1:00 o'clock IClarence Cook Little was originally'


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. I. Holmes, telephone 9932, this week, and arrangI
for interview.
A. D. Moore, H. C. Anderson
Mathematics Staff, Literary College:
A meeting is called of those members of the mathematics staff
teaching courses 1, 2, 3, 4, 7 in the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts, Thursday, May 2, 4 p. m., 3010 A. II.
C. J. Coe

Henry Russel Lecture:
Aldred Scott Warthin, Ph.D., M.D., LL.D., Professor of Pathology --- --
and Director of the Pathological Laboratories, will deliver the Henry University Girls' Glee Club:
Russel Lecture for 1929 at 4:15 p. in., Tuesday, May 14, in the Natural The club will rehearse at seven o'clock tonight in the League
Science Auditorium. Professor Warthin's subject is "Researches on theater, and at 4:30 tomorrow at the School of Music. Members whose
Spirochaeta Pallida," and the lecture will be illustrated by stereopticon. last names begin with the letters N to Z are also reminded that they'
At the time of the Henry Russel Lecture public announcement will should have a pound of candy at the School of Music before 8:30 this
be made of the Henry Russel Award for the year 1928-1929. The public morning for the candy sale. -
is cordially invited. Esther Anderson, President
C. C. L-t-le- -
House Presidents:
JPhysics Lecture: Signing-out slips for April are due in the League office by the end
Professor L. 6. Ornstein of the Physical Laboratory, University of of this week. Please do not neglect to write the name of house and
Utrecht, will speak on "Intensity Measurement of Spectral Lines" at bate on the slips.
5:00 o'clock today in room 1041 East Physics Building. All interested Elizabeth Wellman, {Chairman Board f
n this subject are invited. of Representatives
It. M. Randall
- Summer and Permanent Employment:
p Whom It May Concern: :' The Club Aluminum Company, represented by Mr. Gorey, wishes to
As the University of Michigan Official Publication (formerly ;he employ students to sell utensils during the coming summer or perma-
University Bulletin) is now issued on a weekly basis, it is no longer nently. Students interested should meet in room 201 Mason Hall, at
,.... ..c n ii~i i r lY'V f1

Thursday afternoon at her home at 1954 Cambridge -Road. supposed to make the trip with'
Mrs. W. L. Badger President Ottaway but because of
recent developments on the campus
hidtustrial Engineering Society:
Professor E. W. Sink will addre ss the Society, on Thursday, May 2, it was thought more advisable that
at 7:30 p. m. in the Engineering Society room over the Arch, oui the Dean Huber be substituted.
subject, "Industrial Hygiene." The election of officers and other im- According to latest arrange
portant business will take place at this meeting. ments, the itinerary for the tour
W. . Wright includes stops at 'meetings of the.
University of Michigan clubs of
,Mimes: Minneapolis-St. Paul, Seattle, Sai
There will be in important meeting of Mimes on Thursday, May
2, at 4:30 at the Mimes theater. As the initiation banquet is only Francisco, Los Angeles, Pasadena
a week away, all regular members are requested to be present. Fort Worth, Tulsa and Kansas City.
Hugh Claney, President Verification of dates and plans
,have already been received from all.
Michiganensian Copies: ithese clubs accordingi to T. Hawley
Michiganensian distribution will continue today and tomorrow from Tapping of the Alumni association.-
the 'Ensian Business Office in the Press Building on Maynard Street. Sophomore Lits: -
The office wll be open from 2 to 5 p. m. each day. Dues will be collected Thursda
Fred. G. Bauschard, Distribution Mgr. aDuFriay o ieek in san
and Friday of this week in Angell
Sigma, Gamma BHall. This fee must be paid in ormaEsion-
Sigma Gamma Epsilon:d ome x ssepi no
The initiation of new 'members will be held at the Michigan -er to meet expenses.
Union, Thursday, May 2, at 5:30 p. m. Following this the Banquet' Joseph A. Witter, Treasurer
ill begi at 6:30 p. gs Secretary Christian Science Society:
Christian Science Society of the
Sigma Delta Phi: University of Michigan meets to-
There will be a meeting at 5 o'clock on Thursday, May 2, at the night at 7:30 in the upper room of
Pi Beta Phi house, 836 Tappan. It is urgent that all of last year's Lane Hall.
members be present. !Eloise Rue, Secretary
members be present. . -ii t

:necessary to place postage stamps on enveopes containing copy '" ~400 o'clock, Friday, May 3. Lorinda McAndrew, res en
copies of the Publication mailed for delivery within the City of Ann W.. Parker
Arbor. In such cases, the pound rate for second class matter is- C.aerina__FamineRelief:
operative. I Seninr Employment: The urgency of relief will be presented by Y. E. Chang and Dr.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary and Bus. Mgr, Men interested in selling bonds and securities should arrange their ' S Onderdonk Thursday, May 2, at 4:15 in Natural Science Audii
__________ ~~~interviews with variours companies in mro 201 , Mason Hal vrNtulSceeAdi
ineries it vriuscopaie i rom20, asn l. Mr ;rirm A motion picture showing famine renditions will be screened.
Faculty,.School of Education: l hArends of the Guaranty Company of New York will be in this office Charles laypool
A Faculty Luncheon of the School of Education willle held atriday, May _~
the Union Monday, May 6, at 12:19 o'clock. W. 1'. PaJ C 0.1A2:ROdN, J

Gargoyle Editorial Staff and
There will be an important meet-
ing of the Gargoyle editorial staff.
aid tryouts today at 4:30
Philip M. Crane, Editor

C. 0. Davis, Secretary
Applicants for Admission to the Medical School:
Applicants for admission to the Medical School should make
appointments to see the members of the Committee on Admissions
immediately by arranging with Miss Noble, Recorder of the Medical
School, any afternoon this week between}- 2 and 5. Interviews will
'hegin the first of next week.
Hugh Cabot, Dean
Pre-Legal Students:_

-m- ----e :On account of trip of inspection
Chemical Engineer~s: there will be no meeting of C. E. 32
The Student Chapter of the A. I. Ch. E. will meet in room 3201 thrsday.
East Engineering Building, at 7:15, Thursday. May 2. Following theo A. J. Decker
business meeting, which will include the election, Mr. G. L. Jensen,__
formerly with the personnel department of the Consumers Power University Club:
Company of Chicago, will speak on "The Adjustment and Advance- The annual election meeting will
ment of the New Man in His Job." All members must present their be held on Club Night, Friday, May
membership cards in order to take part in the election. 3. Program, W. C. Trow and Hanns
R. C. Adams, Jr. Pick. Program Committee.
~~~~J a~ a /7 7 ai ./ .aiw ~i . .'i s~.'a .7~sS

irlCA XX ltIA.4LJ Lr

New York Stock Exchange
Chicago Stock Exchange
Cleveland Stock Exchange
Detroit Stock Exchange
New York Curb Market {
Accounts Carried on Conservative Margin
201 First Nat'l Bank Phone 4294

* Dean H. M. Bates of the Law School will speak to prospective Law
students in room 1025 Angell Hall at 4:05 p. m., Monday, May 6. All i
Literary students who are contemplating the study of Law are invited T oday' s;Progra m
to hear this address. I
John R. Effinger of the
Prospective Librarians:
Students of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts who are
expecting to become candidates for the degree of Bachlor of Arts in I ~ il 1 C Ii Cn ge s
Library Science, and all others interested in Library training, will be
addressed by Dr. W. W. Bishop, University Librarian, at a meeting toc
be held Wednesday, May 8, at 4:05 p. m., in the Lecture room of 9:30 A. M.-The Michigan Union
the General Library, (room 110, Library). ROUND TABLE CONFERENCE
John R. EffingerO
-- ~.E--g "What Do We Mean by the Spiritual World as Distinguished from
Graduation Recital: the Natural World?"
Miss Elndra Rousseau Criswell, pupil of Albert Lockwood, assistedT RdFJFJr s
by hilp Clki, wll ivea radatin rcitl Tursayevenin l! 1. T1he Reverend Frederic J. F Oakes Jackso, n, Professor of
by Philip Culkin, will give a graduation recital Thursday evng, -Christian Institutions, Union Theological Seminary, New
May 2, at 8 -o'clock, in the School of Music Auditorium on Maynard York.
Street. The general public is invited to attend. No admission charge.
The program is as follows: 2. The Reverend Leonard Hodson, Professor of Christian
Beethoven: Soata Op. 13 (Pathetique) Elnora Criswell; Beethoven: Apologetics, General Theological Seminary, New York.
Bitten, Vpm Tode, Gottes Macht and Vorsehung, (Philip Culkin); Bach: 8:00 P. M.-The Michigan Union
Preluab a id Fugue in C minor; Schumann: Bird as Prophet; Schubert-
Are there Any Unchanging Standards for Moral Behavior?"
1. The Reverend C. Leslie Glenn, Secretary for College Work
New York Listed F R A T E R N I TN S Department of Religious Education of the National
Stocks AT DISCOUNTS OF Council.
ck 25% t0 40 % 1 2. The Very Reverend Robert S. Chalmers, Dean of St. Matt-
hew's Cathedral, Dallas, Texas.
pivle Witres to ali 49tlh Anniversary. Sate
3. The Reverend Phillip Osgood, Rector of St. Mark's
Markets Burr, Patterson and Auld Co. Church, Minneapolis, Minn. 5
Conservative margin accourits 603 Church Street
solicited I _______________________ I l.-- - -- . ------ - - -c--- -
Telephone 22541
Brown.Cress & Co., JUST PUBLISHED-
Investnwnot Securities
sLife and Labor ir the Old South"
7th Floor First NatI By Prof. U. B. Phillips, of the University of Michigan
Bank- Bldg.e,1w
Awarded the prize ol $2,500.00 offered in 1928 by Little, Brown and Company, for -

m i kv

Strings . Supplies
. .Repairs
for all Musical Instruments
Schaeberle & Son
110 S. Main St.


I a r4 i~~ f +l/f / Tii/ ~+~.i/ 5/ Y i/ II/.YJiI ~ p

,F ; ,



THE BOX OFFICE will be open for,

the first

time today,

Thursday, May


For the Members

of the

Church Congress!

2nd, from three to six in the afternoon,
for the purchase of tickets for COMEDY
CLUB'S production of "GRANITE."
There are still a few good seats avail-
able for the Formal Opening perform-
ance on Monday Night, May sixth. These
will be sold as, ordered without further
preference to holders of invitations be.


ginning today at


Seats for all


performances for the week of May sixth
to eleventh may be secured by dialing
6300, or by calling at the BOX OFFICE


at the Washington


Entrance to

25% to 40 %
49th Anniversary Sale
Burr, Patterson and Auld Co.
603 Church Street

521 E. Jefferson Street
Half a block from
Michigan Union

Tickets are priced at one dollar for the

main floor, and seventy-five

cents for

the balcony.












t i



U' V A'-T Tl f N "Y -4 IL im0 T C'IN1 loo mr A U



Back to Top

© 2024 Regents of the University of Michigan