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SATTMriAV MAY 11, 1-523
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DA ILY OFFrICIAL BULLETIN'
Publication in the Bulletin is conbructive 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.)
SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1929
Aeronautical Engineers, Seniors and Graduates:
Because of the excursion to the Stinson Airplane Company's plant
on Friday, May 10, the arrival of Mr. Hicks, Chief Engineers of the
Aircraft Division of the Fol d Motor Company, to interview applicants for
work with him, has been postponed until Monday, May 13, at 2:00
p. m., at which time applicants will be interviewed in room 304 East
Engineering Building. Juniors seeking occupation for the summer vaca-
tion period may also apply.
F. W. Pawlowski
Girls Wishing Work Today:
Six girls are urgently needed to serve at the Women's League Build-
ing today from 12 o'clock on through the afternoon. Salary in cash.
Beatrice W. Johnson
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. m., Tuesday, May 14, in the Natural
Science Auditorium. Professor Warthin's subject is "Researches on
Spirochaeta 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 1928-1929. The public
is cordially, invited.
C. C. Little
Professor C. Delisle Burns, of the University of Glasgow, will lecture
on the subject "The British Labor Party," Monday, May 13, at 4:15
p. m., in Newberry i ill. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins
Professor W. Meyer-Lucbke, of the University of Vienna, the fore-
most living authority in'the world on Romance Philology, will lecture
in French on the subject: "L'Histoire de la langue et l'histoire de la
civilisation" in the Natural Science Auditorium on Monday, May 13,
at 4:15 p. m. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins
Professor Avard T. Fai banks will lecture on "The Technique of
Sculpture," and give a demonstration of modeling, Wednesday, May 15,
at 4:15 p. m., in the West Lecture room, Alumni Memorial Hall. The
public is cordially invited.
J. G. Winter
The diploma fee of $10 is payable now! Early settlement 4is neces-
sary for the 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. in., 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 certificates should at once fill out card
at office of the Secretary of their college or school (College of Litera-
ture, Science, and the Arts, Recorder's Office), pay the 'T'reasurer of
the University and have card ree9eipted, 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
ind certificates, and we shall be greatly helped in this work by early
payment of the fee and conseqcuent longer period for preparation.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University.
The treasurer's office will be closed each Saturday afternoon.
Architectural Building Exhibitions:
Etchings and dry points by John A. Marshall and Herbert P. Watts
are now on exhibition in the g.ound floor corridor cases of the Archi-
tectural Building. The exhibition is open daily from 9:00 to 5:00, except
on Sunday. The public is cordially invited.
All University Service:
Dr. Edward A. Steiner, internationally prominent author, lectu
and educator, will speak in Hill Auditorium Sunday evening, May
at 7:45 o'clock on "The Making of a Creative Personality." You
cordially invited to natt dn
c uciy 11enCU G i1LCi.
Leo T. Norville, Chairman of S. C. A. Speakers Committee
Junior Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. R. K. Mangan, representing the Budy Company of Harvey, Illi-
nois, will be in room 221 West Engineering Building on Monday, May 13,!
for the purpose of interviewing Juniors interested in employment for the
I. E. Keeler, H. C. Anderson
Senior Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. R. K. Mangan, representing the Buda Company of Harvey.
Illinois, will be in room 221 West 1 ngineering Building on Monday,
May 13, for the purpose of interviewing Seniors interested in positions
with this company.
II. E. Keeler, 11. C. Anderson
Milchlgan Union Opera Orchestra and Singing Chorus:
Men interested in the 1920-30 Michigan Union Opera Orchestra or
Singing Chorus should report at the Mimes Theater any afternoon this
week between two and five o'clock for registration.
The orchestra will be composed of flutes, piccolos, oboes, clarinets,
bassoons, horns, trumpets, trombones, tuba, tympani, drums and traps,
violins, cellos, and string basses.
The singing chorus will have twenty-four men in it, six first tenors,
six 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
Cosmopolitan Club: Senior Education Students:
There will be a very important All Senior Education students who have not made reservations for
business meeting on Saturday, May the Class-Day banquet to be held May 15 please do so by calling HIel- n
11, at 8:15 p. m. in Lane Hall. The Lightfoot at 8913.
officers for next year will be elect- Chairman of Reservation Committee
ed, and the question of the rela-~
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tion of American Cosmopolitans S
Clubs must be settled. Details ofCW
the Annual Senior Banquet will be W
Will every member make a special -
effort to be present at this meet- OF THE SEASON
ing, as the success of the Club for a AND THE
next year will largely depend on ADT
hetg Funniest, Cleverest Comedy in Years
Helen L. Clarke, Secretary
Bird Club: JIf
At the next meeting of the Bird
Club, Dr. Frank N. Wilson will show
his motion pictures of the Marsh
Hawk, Loon and other Michigan c
The meeting will held in theH o s bak
Seminar Room of the University
Museums Building, Monday, May 13,_
at 8:00 p. m. WOMEN'S LEAGUE AUDITORIUM
The public is invited.
C. G. Manuel. s Next Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and
F -e-. = aturday
Soph Band:St d
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Every member of the class of '31 15 91 91
who plays any band instrument is
requested to bring it with him to =
Waterman Gym. Saturday morn-
ing at 9:15mBox Office open from 10:00 a. m. to 9:00 p. m. Phone 6300
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There will be an important eet-
ing of the Aeronautical Society on
Tuesday, May 14, at 7:30 p. mn. in
Room 348 W. Engineering Building,
at which time officers for next year
will be elected. All members are
urged to be present.
S. B. Chadman, Treasurer.
University Girls Gle Club:
Meet at Presbyterian ChuIrch
Sunday morning at 10:30 promptly.
Wear Senior gowns.
Esther Anderson, President
All eligible freshman girls who
are not ithe Pa' eaIn r-for n rn -
mittees who would be interested in
being candy vendors Lantern Night,
highway Engineering Lecture: please report at Barbour Gymnasi-
Mr. W. A. Hogue of the Warren Bros. Company will give a lecture um, Saturday morning at ten
on bituminous pavements in room 1213, East Engineering Building, at o'clock.
4:15 p. m., Monday, May 13. All who are interested in this subject are Betty Healy,IGeneral Chairman
invited to attend.
R. L. Morrison I
- Dress rehearsal for the Fresh-
Sigma Xi Lecture: man Pageant will be at 4 o'clock
Professor H. S. Jennings, Henry Walters Professor of Zoology and Monda afternoon at Palmer Field.
Director of the Biological Laboratory at Johns Hopkins University will MEnday anermost Palpernt ed.in
Every one must be present and in
:speak, under the auspices of the Michigan Chapter of the Society of |costume. Those who have no cos-
the Sigma Xi, on "What can we hope from Eugenics," at 4:15 p. in., tIumes yet will receive them in the
Monday, May 13, in the West Physics Lecture Hall. The public is main locker room of the Woman's
invited. Athletic building, where they are to
Carl E. Guthe, Secretary I dress.
lone Johnson, Director of Dances
Hdour Bluebook Economics 51 and 52:
The examination will be held on Tuesday, May 14, at 3 p. m., in Freshman Pageant Costumes:
the following rooms in Angell Hall: All girls whose costumes have not
Economics 51: been cut for the Pageant must re-
Mr. Ellis' sections-room 1025. port for a fitting in Sara Caswell
Mr. Engle's sections-room 1025. Angell Hall forom 8 to 11 Saturday
Economics 52: morning at the time of the general
Mr. Adams' sections-room 35. rehearsal. A heavy fine will be
Mrs. Engle's sections-room 1035. placed on those girls whose cos-
Mr. Lindahl's sections-room 25. tumes are not ready for Monday's
Mr. Whitlow's sections--room 231. dress rehearsal.
Howard S. llis
To Graduate Students in Education:
The last meeting of the Graduate Students in Education will be
held at a luncheon at the Michigan Union, Saturday, May 11, at 1:00
Dean Bolton, School of Education, University of Washington, will
be the speaker.
All graduate students in the School of Education are urged to be
Clifford Woody, Chairman Committee on Graduate Study
The Inlander poetry contest will close Wednesday, May 15. A first
prize of $10 will be awarded for the best piece of poetry, and a second
prize of a book will be given. In addition, a special prize for the,
best sonnet contributed is being given by Mrs. C. C. Little. All con-
testants should have their poetry in at the University press building"
or at the rhetoric office in Angell Hall by Wednesday. The name of
the contestant and the title of the verses should appear on a separate
sheet of paper. Only the title of the poei should be attached to the
poem itself. Contestants may submit as much verse as they choose, and
are restricted to no definite form save for the sonnet prize. About twelve
of the best poems will be published in the final issue of the Inlander.
Mr. F. E. Richardson, Vdice President of H. 0. Stone and Company
of Chicago, will interview seniors interested in investment banking, real
estate, brokerage, and sales work in room 201 Mason Hall, Tuesday and
Wednesday, May 14 and 15. Seniors wishing an interview should make
appointments on Tuesday, May 14, in this office. I
W. E. Parker
Chairman of Costumes.
There will be a formation this
afternoon at Morris Hall at 2:30 in
full uniform to play for the base-
ball game. Attendance will be
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