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English Honors Course, 1929-30: 1Michigan Union Opera Orchestra and Singing Chorus: Seminar in Strength o' MaterialE
I. IMembers of the Class of 1930 who are interested in theEnls! Men interested in the 1929-30 Michigan Union Opera Orchestra or !professor . W. ]Boston will tall
I T j Honors course for 1929-30 may consult with me on M.W.F. at 1 English. Swteki b eno Ch ohould rfeot at teMimes Theater, okfregsatn any afternoon this on Impact res s on Thursday, Mota3
or 3:00 p. m. in room 2211 A.H. Applications for admission to th eekbtwe toan iv 'cok o9rgstaio.n. Room 340 West Engineering
.to the Presi-EAStas basoshontupttobnstuatypndmsndrp,
vilncellos, adsrn ass eetdare crilyinvited.


Publication in the Bulletin is consitructive notice tc
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant

Aerrtadicl nl~neesSeniors, and Graduates: Tesnigcou ilhv wnyfu e nisxfrttnr
IVol. XXXI THURSD~AY, MAY 9 1929 Na. 161 ;h l/ l~1~Ci4l1gie.o h ip~ six second tenors, six first basses, and six second basses.
Mr I1._AHics,_ChefEngineerofthe Airplane dvision of the Tryouts will be announced in the near future.
HoosConvocation: in n ot o rsda!lpty, Mill be9inasyhas be0. ~gnein ul-Roy S. Laugham, Chairman of the Music Comnmittee .i~a
HoosWg, nto hray, My9 shsbe previously announced, but There
The Sixth Annual H-onors; Convocation will be held at 11:00 a. m., on Friday, May 10, at 2:00 p. in-., to interview those who would like+ Notice: with Chi
Thursday, May 9, 1929, in Hill Auditorium. Mr. John Castlereagh I to obtain positions with his organization. All those interested who : The Round Table Club is holding a meeting Thursday, May 9, at" at 12:15.
Parker, vice-president of the Brooklyn Edison Company, formerly pro- =lave not filled out application blanks shall do so before his arrival. 8:00 p. mn. In the Michigan Union, (room to be designated on the; ness me
lessor- of electrical engineering of the University of Michigan, will F. W. Pawlowski Bulletin Board). The expulsions and discharges at the University of! 7:00 p.r
give the address. t IPittsburgh, due to the activities of the Liberal Club there, will be
Classes at 11 o'clock in all divisions of the University, with the ! Sohomore Engineers: ? discussed. All persons interested are urgently requested .to attend
cxception of clinics, will be dismissed in order that the membrs of' There will be an important class i-meeting of all Sophomore Engi- Sal R..IHalpern
the faculty and students m-ay attend the Convocation. neers on Friday, May 10, at 9:00 in room 348 West Engineering Bldg.'_______ Masonic
The officials and the faculty of the University will meet in the Mich- Erwin . Benz, President Beta Kappa Rho: Owing
igan League Building at 10:45 and at 11:00 proceed to Hill Auditori- There will be a meeting. Friday evening, May 0, at 8 o'clock at election
um where they will bW seated on the stage. Academic dress will be Summ~er and Part Time Emiploymnt:1030 Martin Place. It is important that all members come as electon' men Cl
worn. The American Blower Corporation will have a representative in; of officers will be held. Thursda

Rt. T. Liddlenat
arma tEpsilon:
will be a joint luncheon-.
SEpsilon, Thursday, May 9i,
There will also be a busi-
eting 'Thursday evening al,
mn. in the Russel Seminar.
C. H. Riggs, Secretary
to conflicts the date of the
of officers of the Crafts-
ib has been changed from..
y, May 9, to Monday, May


A section of seats on the matin floor of the Auditorium will be
reserved for honor students who wI be admitted to this section on
presentation of the cards which tave binen sent them.
The doors of the A Lt. (h101ilErM Will 1J OPen at 1,0:45 a. in. TIhe public
!s invited.
1 ~C. C. Little
There will be a mass me: ing; of the entire class in room 316 of the
Union at 8:30 tonight. Coach 'Yost will speak and it is anticipated
that some of the Glee Club will also be there. Final plans for the
spring games will be formulated at that time.
A. Donohue, Captain
Freshman Girls Wece Club:
TWhere will be no meeting today.
Pauline Bowe, President
Freshmen ,and Sophomt ores, Sprng Gamzes:
In accordance with custom and with the consent of the Deans
of the Schools and Colleges concerned, undergraduates, freshmen and
sophomores, are excused from classes from 4 p. m. Friday, May 10, to
noon on Saturdary, May 11, to peilmit theme to take part in the annual
spring gaines.
C. C. Little
University Lecture:
Professor C. Delisle Burns, of the University of Glasgow, will lectureI
on the subject "The British Labor Party," Monday, May 13, at 4:15
p. m,., in Newberry Hall. The public is cordially invited.
F. T. Robbins

room 306 Michigan Union on Thursday, May 9, from 11:00 to 12:00
a. m. and 1:00 to 4:00 p. m. to interview men for local or state work)
Mary L. Stewart, Manager Employment Bureau
Chemical Engineers:!
Chemical Engineers desiring summer work in plants should see me
in room 4040 East Engineering Building any day between 1:00 and
2:00 o'clock.
WV. P. Wood
Varsity Band :
Formation this afternoon at 3:16 o'clock sharp to participate inI
Swing Out. Exercises. Full uniform with black shoes and socks.
4 Gilbert B. Saltonstall
{ Manager

I~aase J. Lingel 13. All members are urged to be
i r'esent.

Clhi Upsilon and Sigma Gamma Epsilon:
These two groups will have luncheon together Thursday, at the
Women's League Building, at 12:15.

Fresh ma
j Thei
on the t
S The

anl Cap Night. Committee:
re will be an important meeting
third floor of the Men's Union.
Women's Club :
annual luncheon, which is i
meeting of the year of the
Women's Club, will be held
Union" on Thursday, May'
12:45. The members are;

3atherine Dawson, Secretary
Thursday, May 9, at 7:30 p. m.
Thomas Roach, Chairman

Rt. W. Webster, President
IChristian Science Society:
Christian Science Society of the
}University of Michigan meets to-
night at 7:30 in the upper room
of Lane Hall.
Eloise Rite, Secretary,

te last
'Varsity Glee Club: Faculty
Cars will leave the North Entrance of the Union for Ypsilanti at the

The Smile
On Mother's,


J)Vomu at, 5:4o o-i.'±cU toignt~~A51. £11111LmuLJis wnLU nave oi JUUineaII~
me to the contrary are expected to be there in full dress with ribbons, urged to be prompt.
L. M. Goodspeed, Manager Mrs. W. L. Badger
Al apsTni:Bud Rose, Beverly Hills high'
All CmpusTenns: ;school twirler, accomplished the
We find it difficult to get in touch with independents to announce rarest feat in baseball last Satur-
their matches. The All Campus Singles and Doubles Charts are posted, day by hurling a no hit, no run, no
on the bulletin board, and we would appreciate it if every man entered! walk game. Only one opposing
would play his match off immediately. You can also find out who player reached first, and that was;
you. are to play by calling up 22101.- due to an error. Rose topped off
Intramural Dept. his feat by hitting a home run.
Examination Schedule: College of Donate to the Fresh Air CaMP

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'
Russel Lecture for 1929 at 4:15 p. in., Tuesday, May 14, in the NaturalI
C :cience Auditorium. Professor Warthin's subject is "Researches on
pirochaeta Pallida," and the lecture will be illustrated by stereopticon.
At the time of the Henry Russel Lecture public announcement will
be made of the Henry Russel Award for the year 1923-1929. The public
is 'cordially invited.
C. C. Little
The diploma fee of $10 is'payable noxv! Early settlcinent is neces-
sary for the preparation of diplomas. In no case vwill the University
confer a degree at Commencement upon any student who fails to
pay this fee before 4 o'clock p. i., May 23. In case the Faculty doesI
not recommend any payer, the fen will be refunded on surrender of!
receipt for payment. The above applies also to fees for all special
c ,tificates.
Candidates for degrees or certificates should at once fill out card
at office of the Secretary of their c ollege 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 diploma::
and certificates, and we shall be greatly helped in this work by early
Payment of the fee and consequent longer period for preparation.
Shirley WV. Smnith, Secretary of the University.
The treasurer's office will be closed each Saturday afternoon.
Geological Journal Club:
There will be a meeting Thursday evening", May 9, at 7:30 in room!
2054 N. S. Prof. Hobbs will lec tur', on "Climates of the Past."

Literature, Science, and the. Arts:I
By action of the Literary Faculty,'
ino classes will be held in tb)i s Col-
lege on Friday. May 31.
The following list of special ex-
aminations is both an extension
and revision of the examination
schedule 'printed on page three ofl
the Second Semester Time Schcd-?
ule of the Literary College.
Drench 1, 2, 31, 32
Friday, May 31, 9-12 a. ni.
Spanish 1, 2, 31, 32
Political Science 32
Friday, May 31, 2-5 p. m
Speech 31, 32


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Friday, May 31, 7-10 p. m.;
Rhetoric 2
Psycholofgy 31
Saturday, June 1, 2-5 p. Mn.
German 1,. 2, 31, 32
Saturday, June 1, 7-10 p. w.
Economics 51, 52
Monday, June 3, 2-5 p. m.
Zoology 1
Monday, June 3, 7-10 p. in.
Mathematics 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 51, 52
Wednesday, June 5, 2-5 p. i
Sociology 51
Thursday, June 6, 9-12 a. mn.
seo raphy 2, 32
I Thursday, June 6, 7-10 p. mn.
' Harry C. Carver

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