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Ii3AY, MAY 9,-0~29
DAIY OFICALBULLETI N
Publication in the Bulletin is conhtruct'ive 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 FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1929 No. 155
Professor D. P. Riabouchinsky, now of the French Service Tech-'
.nique Aeronautique, will deliver three University lectures on the sub-
ject, "The Law of Resistance of Fluids and Its Application to Practical'
Problems." The lectures, which will be illustrated by stereoptican, 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.
F. E. Robbins
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,
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
Vo Whom It May Concern:
As the University of Michig4n Official Publication (formerly the
University Bulletin) is now issued on a weekly basis, it is no longer!
necessary to place postage stamps on envelopes containing copy orj
copies of the Publication mailed for delivery within the City of Ann!
Arbor. In such cases, the pound rate for second class matter is'
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary and Bus. Mgr.'
The diploma fee of $10 is payable now! Early settlement is neces-
sary fo rthe preparation of diplomas. In no case will the University
confer a degree at Commencement upon any student who fails to
pay this fee before 4 o'clock p. m., May 23. In case the Faculty 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
Candidates for degrees or cerlificatos should at once fill out cardI
at office of the Secretry o ftheir college or school (College of Litera-
ture, Science, and the Arts, Recorder's Office), pay the Treasurer of
the University and have card receipted, and file indicated section of
this receipted card with the Secretary of their College or School.
Please do not delay till the last moment, but attend to this matter
at once. We must letter, sign, and seal approximately 2500 diplomas
and certificates, and we shall be greatly helped in this work by early
payment of the fee and consequent longer period for preparation.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of'the University,>
The treasurer's office will be closed each Saturday afternoon.
All graduateswho have already paid their diploma fees may ob-
tain admittance tickets for Commencement Exercises in Yost Field
House by applying at the Treasurer's Office. Please bring your diploma
fee receipt. Owing to lack of space, two tickets only will be given to
each graduate. Yost Field house will be used only in case of raid.
Tickets for the Commencement Exercises on Ferry Field will be dis-
tributed early in June and it will be possible for each graduate to
obtain tickets for as many seats as are required.
Herbert G. Watkins, Assistant Secretary.
Students in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts who
are, interested in Medicine as a profession, will be addressed by Dean:
Cabot on Tuesday, May 7th, at 4 P. M. in Room 25, Angell Hall. All
interested are invited to attend.
Applicants for Admission to the Medical School: University Club:
Applicants for admission to the Medical School should make The annual election meeting will be held on Club Night, Friday,
appointments to see the members of the Committee on Admissions May 3. Program, W. C. Trow and Hanns Pick.
immediately by arranging with Miss Noble, Recorder of the Medical Program Committee.
School, any afternoon this week between 2 and 5. Interviews will
begin the first of next week.
Hugh Cabot, Dean
Mcmbers and Contributors to the Michigan League:
The formal opening of the Michigan League Building will be held
on Saturday, May the fourth, from 2:30 to 6:00 and 8:00 until 12:00.,
Those who are cordially invited to attend are:
1. Members of the Michigan League.
2. Contributors to the Michigan League.
3. The entire student body, both men and women.
Because of the fact that these groups include so many thousands
of people, it has been found impossible to extend this invitation to
the general public. The Committee regrets that this is necessary, and
it will announce a time in the near future when visitors will be wel-
come and when gudes will be on hand to conduct tours of the Build-
Meets Monday, May 6, at 8 o'clock in Room 302 of the Union.
Professor R. G. Rodkey will speak on "Some Aspects of Brokers' Loans".
Members of the staffs in Economics and Business Administration and
graduate students in these departments are invited to attend.
There will be no meeting of the Craftsmen Club this week. Elec-
tion of officers for the coming year will be held on Thursday evening,
May 9, at 7:30 in the small lodge room of the Masonic Temple. Each
member of the club is urged to be present.
R. W. Webster, President
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Mrs. Shirley W. Smith, Chairman of Arrangements. IR L niirifRAMS TERRIFYING T O L L
R. 0. T. C. Rifle Team:. (By Associated Press)
The men trying out for Rifle Team will come to the R. O. T. C. rtCiiiwin RIGn [RiIr Approximately two score persons
office to ascertain the dates assigned for practice. G ' were killed by storms which swept
It. B. Turner. through the south and middle west
------ _Vicissitudes Vanish Via Vigorous yesterday.
En gineering Students Note: Valorous Volunteers; Accompanied by tornadic blasts
The Michigan Bell Telephone Company will employ a few engi- Vessel Vapid which caused widespread damage 1
neering students during the summer vacation for work in Detroit and to buildings and crops, storms
in various cities elsewhere in the state. Either freshmen, sophomoresj S.O.S. SUMMONS SHIPS swept scattered points in eleven;
or juniors, with good scholarship records, will be considered. If inter- tstates-Missouri, Illinois, Indiana,
ested, call Mr. C. H. Holmes, telephone 9932, this week, and arrang..! (Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Ten-
(By Associated Press) nessee, Alabama, Georgia, Florida,
Aor ioterview.o H C Anderson YORK, May 2.-The Chris- and Arkansas.
tobal Colon of the Spanish RoyalAy
Mail, with 1,000 passengers forI A school house at Rye Cove, Va.,t
Aeronautical Engineers, Seniors and Graduates: Spain, rammed an anchored freigh was demolished, killing 19 chil-
Those interested in a position with the Aircraft Divison of the ter in the ship's channel at quaran- dren, injuring seven others seri-
Ford Motor Company please see me as soon as possble to fill out the tine today, plowing 15 feet into the ously and nearly 100 less serious-
application blanks before the arrival of Mr. H. A. Hicks, Chief Engi- ( smaller vessel's hold. 'ylyA
ite teaoeDvsin oieor iks rvlhr ilb A cell block in the city jail at
eer o f the above Division. Notice of Mr. Hicks' arrval here will be The freighter, the River Orentes Columbus, O., was demolished, two
publis.ed soon. . of the American-Levant line in- prisoners were killed and 20 in-
bound from Algeria with cargo, had jured.
-dropped anchor in a gray haze for
Sur mmer and Permanent Employment: . medical inspection when the pas- I
The Club Aluminum Company, represented by Mr. Corey, wishes to senger liner, more than twice the GFSfor ALL 00 ,AS10N
employ students to sell utensils during the coming summer or perma- size of the freighter, slid out of the
neatly. Students' interested should meet in room 201 Mason Hall, at mist and cut her open. At rock bottom prices
4:00 o'clock, Friday, May 3. The River Orontes took waterW -
W. E. Parker like a broken cup but the liner's'N V -
-a---hrow was fast in her side and 49th Anniversary Sale
Senior Employment: though she settled fast at the stern B Patterson and Auk Co
she stayedPattoatowhile wireless
Men interested in selling bonds ad securities should aran their she stayed afocat while wireless 6 Church Street
interviews with various companies in room 201, Mason Hall. Mr. mesages brought coast guard, fire03ChurchStr
Arends of the Guaranty Company of N4ew York will be iin this ome boats and harbor tugs to the rescue.-
'riday, May 3. No effort was made in the deep
W. E. Parker waters of the lower harbor's ships'
channel to pull the locked crafts; New York Listed
apart, lest, the freighter sink, but
Varsity Band: Stocks
Busses leave Morris Hall at 2:45 this afternoon. Full uniform after some hours maneuvering and
with black shoes and sox. Instruments must be brought to Morris c uRiverPoton the he rivate wires to all
Hall between 12:0 and 1:30 this afternoon as the truck leaves before obol Colon, to nose him over into Marke
the bui'es.tthe shallow where he could get a
mud bottom under him without Conservative margin accounts
being submerged. solicited
Sophomore Lits: Telephone 22541
Dues will be collected today in Angell Hall.. Please do your duty. OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY-
Joseph A. Witter, Treasurer. Commencement exercises this year Brown-Cress & Co.,
will be held June 8, at which time
House Presidents: ;twelve hundred students will be Inc. 3
Signing-out slips for April are due in the League office by the end graduated. Last year the com- Investment Securities
of this week. Please do not neglect to write the name of house and mencement exercises were held in
date on the slips. the football stadium as an experi- fth Floor First Nat'
lizaleth WVellnian, Chairman Board ment, but fear of rain will keep
of Representatives the ceremonies within doors this Bank lg.
of the Grand
the entire week
John R. Effinger.
9:30 A. M.-The Michigan Union
ROUND TABLE CONFERENCE
"The Relation of the Pulpit to Social and Economic Problems"
1. The Reverend Loyal Y. Graham, Rector of Christ Church,
2. The Reverend Samuel Tyler, Rector of St. Luke's Church,
Rochester, N. Y.
3. The Right Reverend John C. Ward, Bishop of Erie.
2:00 P. M.-The Michigan Union
"Why Should We Pray?"
1. The Reverend James O. S. Huntington, O. H. C., Father
Superior of the Order of the Holy Cross.
2. The Right Reverend Theodore L. Reese, Bishop of South-
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