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DAIL OFFCIRLBULLETIN
DA ,Y O FI LPublication in the Bulletin is costrutve notice to .Ummbrs
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Pre i-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.)

GeologicalI Journal Clb:

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There will be a meeting 'Ph urv;d8', even iri , MIV'y 9, at, 7:,)*0ill rooml
*054 N. S. Prof. Hobbs1) will lecture on -Climates of the Past."
T. N. Goddard, Sceretary

Owing to the
('irt of Prof essor
today at, his hoc
into, at 2:30 o'cl

oo ;y:Sem1in~ari lStreimgthiof Materials: have
factthatthe un- Professor 0. W. Boston will talk ; blanki
Coolcy will be held (on Impact Tests on Thursday, Mayl val.
9, in Room 340 West Engineering
use on Forest ,Ave- Building, at 4:00 p. m. Those in-'
och, it, has seemed't wrestced are cordially invited. .Solllc
1rvonl l s- i'It. T. Liddicoat 'Cia.

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1.W. Pawlowski
;Cmo re U1119in ccis:
tss baseball game Wcdiiesda:
o'clock, all men wishing t )
report with equipment at SMul1,

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Vol. XXXIX

WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1929

No. 160J

- here will be an important Annu-Il Business Meetitig Wcdttcsdt.y,' Sociology for today.
SMay 3, at 3:45 p. n., at 226 S. Infgall Street. iS
Margaret L. Wolavcr 1

Aeronauctical Engineers, Seniors and

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Dciotogy Staff

Mnn'c Phvcira FA iratinn C4n irn#.c" i

Honors Convocation :
The Sixth Annual Honors Convocation will be held at 11:00 a. Mn.,
"Thursday, May 9, 1929, in lill Auditorium. Mr. John Castlereagh
Parker, vice-president of the Brooklyn Edison Company, formerly pro-
fessor of electrical engineering of the University of Michigan, will
give the address.
Classes at 11 o'clock in all divisions of the University, with the
oxception of clinics, will be dismissed in order that the members of
the faculty and students may attend the Convocation.
The officials and the faculty of the University will meet in the Mich-
igan League Building at 10:45 and at 11:00 proceed to Hill Auditori-
um where they will be seated on the stage. Academic dress- will be
worn.
A section of seats oni the main . floor of the Auditorium will be
reserved for honor students who will be admitted to this section oni
presentation of the cards which hiavc been sent them. {
The doors of the Aiiditorium will be open at 10:45 a. ni. The public
iS invited.
C. C. Little
Mtoving Picture s of Indutitry:
The nineteenth moving picture program by the School, of Business
Administration will be held in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:05 p. in.,
Wednesday, May 8. Please note that the program will begin 10 minutes
earlier than many afternoon meetings. The following films will be
shown :
Oxygen-the Wonder Worker (how 6,000 degree F. heat-the oxy-
acetylene flamge-is being' used in production welding and cutting)-
2reels.
The Story of Compressed Air (how air eases labor and reduces
costs for the miner, manufacturer, engineer, and contractor)- 2 reels.
Niagara, the Glorious (splendid panoramic and close-up views of the
Horseshoe and American Falls, the Whirlpool Rapids and the Gorge)
All persons interested are invited to attend these programs which
are designed particularly to give business students background mater-
ial.
Carl N. Schmalz

A. S. Al. 1E.: Iiie' ryaIVt aJuUavon muunts
There wiil be a special meeting on Wednesday, May 8, at 4:30'Teewl b niprtn4et
o'clock p. ., in room 229 West nierng Building. The election .Thrwilbanmptnme-
p. En~neeri ng of the Men's Physical Education
;:f officers, postponed on May 1, will take place at this meeting. Club on Wednesday, May 8, at 7:45i
J. Gray p. mn. in room 20 Waterman Gym-

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Graduates: F erry Field.
Mr. H. A. Hicks, Chief Engineer Robert L. Campbell, Mgr.
of the Airplane Division of- the
Ford Motor Company, wvill be inj Alpha Kappa Delta Banquel
my office, 306 E. Engineering Bldg.,! Owing to the death of Profess( r
on Thursday, May 9, at 2:00 p. mn., Cooley it has been decided to pos..
to interview those who would like to; pone the banquet of the Sociology:
obtain positions with his organi- Club until further notice.--
nation. All those interested who E. S. Guckert, President

Inivrsly~ccxxr: nasiurn. Election of
- ~ciit~ytalk by Coach Tad
Professor W. Meyer-Luebke, of the University of Vienna, the fore- Coaching Problems w
most living authority in the world on Romance Philology, will lecture portant feature.

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officers and a
Wieman oil
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in Frcnch on the subject: "L'Histoire de la langue- et P'histoire de la 1
civilisation" in the Natural Science Auditorium on Monday, May 13,E
pct 4:15 p. mn. The public is cordially invited.
E. F E. Robbins

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Pharmacy Students:'
The Greyhound bus, which is to

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Tiigt Organ Riecital: take the party on the Chicago in-'V Qr
Palmer Christian, University1 organist, will give the following pro- petioii trip, leaves thie Michigan
gram in hill Auditorium, Wednesday afternoon, at 4:15 o'clock . The IonTusaymrigfrmt
general public, with the exception of small children, is invited to l3y at 6:30. C.II Socin
attend. No admission charge. rC f tcig
Miles: Paraphrase on the Hymn-tune "St. Kevin"; Novak: In the -_________
Church; Gluck: Lento (Orpheus); Bach: Fugue in C minor; Karg- Summxer Position:
Elert: Clair de Lune; Bingham: Toccata (Suite, Op. 25) Saint-Saens: Any girl who has had experience 1
The Swan; Binnet: Caprice Heroi que. WOnMokigEnNwowihe'Ssm
CnharlesngA.d who wihesWOMEN'S
ChalesA._in mer position in a faculty family Seats No
forestry Club: which goes North for the summer e
8,7:0 . -i lu ofier il b eece a tistie ad ve Mycome in and see me.' 75 cents
There will be a meeting of the Forestry Club Wednesday, Maaryc
7:oud0bepresent.ubMr.fCcrs0.iErlansoleceilltgives aimalknone"TheonWestatrce W. Jonson ,mould be resent. Mr. C. . Erlanson wil give a talk on"The West ...
Greenland Eskimo." There will be a .sing and feed at. the close of the
meeting.I
W.ctng.I C. Branch, President I JUST PUBLISHED --
Varsity 1hand: I I
C There will be a short rehearsal at Morris H-all from 7 to 8 p. Il t
tonight. Please be prompt. ; "O d Ag - he M "
1Gilbert 11. SaltonstallByDr Aded S
'Michigan Union Opera Orchestra and Singing Chorus:I
Men interested in the 1920-30 Michigan Union Opera Orchestra or $30
Singing Chorus should report at. the Mimes Theater any afternoon this$30
week between two and five o'clock for registration.-
The orchestra will be composed of flutes, piccolos, oboes, clarinets,
bassoons, horns, trumpets. trombones, tuba, t~ympani, drums and traps,
violins, cellos, and string basses.
The singing chorus will have twenty-four men in it, six lirst tenor,
slx second tenors, six first basses, and six second basses.
Tryouts will be announced in the near future.
Roy S. Langham, Chairman of the Music Committee

NEXT WEE
PLAY PRODUCTION
prescids
"Beggar on v
Horseback"'
We:, Thurs, Fr'i. and Sat.
May .15, 16, 17 and, 18
LEAGUE AUDITORIUM
ow At The Play Production Office
Phone 4121

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Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
It is planned to hold a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges
Thursday, May 23. Announcements will be sent out later.
Loris A. Hopkins, Secretary

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Ott Warthin
BOO0 STORE

Plrospective Librarians :
Students of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts who are1
expecting to become candidates for the degree of Bachlor of Arts in
Library Science, and, all others interested in Library training, will be
addressed by Dr. W. W. Bishop, University Librarian, at a meeting to
be held Wednesday, May 8. at 4:05 p. m iin the Lecture room ofj
the General Library, (room 1 10. Library? .
John R. Effinger
Geolog~y 2:
Make-up excursions will be offered this 'Thursday at 3 o'clock.
Please sign up by Wednesday noon.
It. C. Hlussey
Notice:
The Round Table Club is holding a meeting Thursday, May 9, at
8:00 p. mn. in the Michigan Union, (room to be designated on the
Bulletin Board). The expulsions and discharges at the University of;
Pittsburgh, due to the 'activities of the Liberal Club there, will be
discussed. All persons interested are urgently requested to at tend.
Sal R. Halpern ,-

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Sophomores:
There will be a meeting of the
entire Sophomore Class in room 3161
of the Union at 8:30 o'clock on
Thursday night to perfect plans for
the Spring games of Friday and
Saturday. This is our last chance
to win an inter-class contest. Every-
one out.
A brief meeting of the board ofj
st]'ategvu will be held in room 304
of the Union tonight at 8:30. Let's;
go.
A. Donohue, Captain E

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Ixamination Schedule: College of
Literaturc, Science, and the Arta:
By action of the Literary Faculty,
no classes will be held in this Col-
lege on Friday, May 31.
The following list of special ex-
o minat ons is both an extension
and revision of the examination
schedule printed on page three of
the Second Semester Time Sched-
ule of the Literary College.?
French 1, 2, 31, 32
Friday, May 31,..9-12 a. mn.
Ppanish 1. 2, 31, 32
Political Science 32
Friday, May "1, 2--5 p. -a.
Speech 31, 32
-Friday, May 31, 7-10 p. .

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Rhetoric 2
Psychology 31
Saturday, June 1, 2-5 p. mn
Geran 1, 2, 31, 32
Saturday, June 1, 7-10 p. mn.
Economics 51, 52
Monday, June 3, 2-5 p. gyn.

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Zoology 1
Monday, June 3, 7-10 p. m.I
Mathematics 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 51, 52
Wednesday, June 5, 2-5 p. m {
Sociology 51
Thursday, June 6, 9-12 a. mn.
Geography 2, 32
Thursday, June 6, 7-10 p. im.L
Marry C. Carver'
Quadrangle:
Meeting Wednesday, May 8, 1929,
8:15 p. mn., at 1954 Cambridge Road.
E. C. Prophet, Clerk
1Alpia, Omega Alpha Lecture:
Dr. Joseph Collins, eminent neu-
rologist and author will speak upon
the subject, "Success and Satisfac-
tion in the Practice of Medicine"
at 8:15 p. in., Wednesday, May 8,
in Natural Science Auditorium.
This is the last lecture of the 1928-
29 series.
Edwin J. Doty, President
INew York Listed
Stocks
Private wires to all
IMarken i
Conser vative margin accounuts

"Granite
by
CLEMENCE DANE
P~resenteddIcy
under the direction of
PAUL STEPHENSON
in the
Leagjue Tl~heatre
GOOD SEATS AVAILABLE FOR ALL
PER FORMANCES
The play continues through the entire week

291 pairs of this season's Styles f or street
and dress wear.

427 pairs

of af ternoon and semi-dress

straps and ties, street oxfords and formal

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612 pairs of men's oxfords for sport, street
and dress. A complete range of styles and
sizes.

957 pairs of pumps, ties, and st rapa effects
in the most. popular -materials of the sea-
son for all occasions. All sizes and both
high and low heels.

Balcony-75c

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