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P'AGE EIGHTr

THE M I CHIGCAN

DAILY

T1UlSDAY, MAY 16, 1929

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rGeology 2: Expert Says Judging I DOCTOR MAY FOR]
SA L A second supplementary exa ation for the second examiatia Of Style Is Easy DOZEN EXERC
14054 N. S.
Publication in the Bulletin is contructive notice to all members I R. C. Hussey "Forecasting popular men's styles I1aat students need a systematic
1 of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-aappears to be," method of keeping physically fit is
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m, Saturday.) Meeting of the Detroit Branch of the American Pharmaceutical is not as hard as itatemeiod of DreiGAhyic tis
Association:declares Carol Alton, Chairman of thc belief of Dr. G. A. May, director
Vol. XXXIX THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1929 No. 167 The annual joint session of the Detroit Branch of the American Wilson Brothers Style Committee. f aterman gymnasium and phys-
Pharmaceutical Association with the College of Pharmacy will be held "Color popularity depends primar- ical. education. Having received
(Unglish 160: at 7:45 Thursday evening, in room 165, Chemistry Building. Dr. Cyrus ily upon the seasons themselves;' many requests for a program fora
C. Sturgis will give an illustrated lecture on the work of the Simpson ng apparel will naturally be arranged some time ago a Michigan
The make-up examinations in English 160 (Shakespeare) will be S Memorial Institute for Medical Research. All who are interested are spri
given Friday, May 17, at 4:00 p. m., in room 2212 Angell Hall. cordially invited to attend lighter and gayer than autumn. daily dozen and a gym workout of
A. E. Taylor C, C. Glover, Secretary, College of Pharmacy There are only three clothing col- which many have availed them-
C. eSfors, grey, brown and blue. It is for selves.
To Members of the Senior Class: Inter-collegiate and intramural
The Business Office staff members desire to express thanks to those Chinese Students' Christian Association: the off-shades and new tones of athletics p ovide exercise for many,
members of the senior class who have already, in response to our appeal, The last meeting of the current academic year, being an election of these we must scour the world. but there is a large number of stu-
paid the diploma fee. This action has been very helpful. officers for next administration, will be held in Wesley Hall on Friday, "When clothing colors are vivid,,, dents who do not have time for
Attention of all others interested is called to the following. In May 17, at 7:30 p. m. Every member is requested to be present. he continued, "furnishings are sub- calisthenics chart is invaluable in
no case will the University confer a degree at Commencement, 1929, H. C. Chang, Chairman dued; should clothing styles tend order to insure a balanced exercis-
upon any student who fails to pay the diploma fee before 4:00 o'clock i .- --- to monotones and the darker ing of .the various parts of the body,
p. m., Thursday, May 24. In case the Faculty does not recommend any Junior Engineers: shades, haberdashery must furnish he believes.
payor, the fee will be refunded upon surrender of receipt for pay-, A meeting of the Junior Engineering Class will be held on Friday, the color necessary to becoming The program provided by Dr. May
ment. The above applies also to fees for all special certificates. Candi- May 17, room 348, at 10 o'clock. dress. Climate and national char- is similar to that used by teams in
dates for degrees or certificates should at once fill out cards at office The .ldrbil.tCmamntullndinboarnai ther" training, and by the army and
of the Secretary of their College or School. pay the Treasurer of the e eligibility list will be found on the main bulletn board i the acter figures in determine these navy. This method of exercising is
University, and have card receipted, and file indicated section of this We.t Engineering Building. colo'rs as shown by the sombre col- often undervalued by the student
receipted card with the Secretary of their College or School. It is t . G P d5ors in England with its damp who prefers competitive exercise,
u'ged that you do not delay till the last moment, but that you attend echanica Engineers-Juniors and Seniors: 1l tIbut if its use is made habitual, it
to this matter at once. Mr.!L EHginereprs enis: imate and the gayer hues of the will be of special value in later life
Secretary .L osbe, representing the M. H. Detrick Company of southern countries when time and facilities are limited.
Shireyley W. Smith, Secretary Chicago, will be in room 221 West Engineering Building on Thursday,
Action of the Discipline Committee: May 16, for the purpose of interviewing and employing Senior and independent Studcnts:
Mr. Cyril Adams Gendermann, '29 Lit., has been expelled from the' Junior Mechanical Engineers. T UR MANY P
Mr.Cyil das endrmnn 29Li., asben epele frm heH. E Keeler, II. C Anderson Tickets for the student banquet
University for forging signatures on checks which were later cashed honoringDr. Little are available at All profits frr
ut the local banks. Varsity Band: booths in the Michigan Union, The plays go to help r
The annual Bad-Glee Club Banquet will be held tonight at the Women's League Build and at taken by the Ann
University Lecture: - E. Trail ties and sororities and other or- to cover the heav
Prof. Ernest Barker of Cambridge University, England, (Lowell ganized houses are asked to po-
ganied ouss ae akedto ro-bilding
Institute Lecturer, 1929), will lecture on "American ideas during the Summer Employment cure tickets from member in the
.evolution" on Saturday morning, 11 o'clock, May 18, in room 1025 Mr. Bruno, representing the American Chemical Company, of Tole- house. Tickets will only be soldAle dy thro
A do, Ohio, will be in room 304 Michigan Union, Thursday, May 16, from this week.
Jesse S. Reeves, C. H. Van Tyne 9:00 a. m. to 2:00 p. m. to interview students interested in summer Chester C. Bennett Co mpany, which
Faculty, School of Education: work for his company. Chairman, Ticket Committee seasons under the
A regular meeting of the Faculty of the School of Education will Mary. L. Stewart, Manager Employment Bureau Comedy Club: Try-outs: Sity of Michigan, t
be held in room 109, Tappan Hall, on Monday, May 20, at 4:15 o'clock. Engineers The spring try-outs for Comedy thousands of doll
C. 0. Davis, Secretary The handbooks of the American Institute of Steel Construction have Club will be held Thursday, May is NOT for PERSO
Advisers for ]Freshman Week and Assistants: been received and may be purchased at the offices of the Michigan 1 16, from 4 to 6 o'clock in Sarah
Advisers for Freshman Week and AsTechnic between 3:00 p. . and 4:00 p. . today. Caswell Angell Hall in the Barbour The League pl
Theodore N. Will, Business Manager Gymnasium. Try-outs must be pre-
their student Assistants on Thursday, May 16, at 5:00 o'clock p. in., room I__ pared to give a three minute se- the finest outside
103 Romance Languages Building. Landscape Chub: lection from some play. t to Ann Arbor, w
This will be the only meeting of th ruIeoenx al
Adise rbe rhequeste mtoingfo their gowntuefrnt Assans o The picnic which was scheduled for Saturday, May 18, has been Second tryouts, by invitation onlyyn
theihor andeprace of this meeting. changed to Friday, May 17. Everyone in the landscape. department will be Friday, from 4 to 6.
.he hour and place .Bhln is invited to come. Transportation will be provided, and we will Thurston Thieme, Pres.
P. E. Bursily, Chairman eave from the front of the Union at 3:30. 3 WEEK
We expect to be back about 8 o'clock.
Final Examinations: Wayne Laverty
All cases of conflicts between assigned examination periods in the New__ok Listed
Colleges of Engineering and Architecture, should be reported at once Fl i of Cmp etiton Dr s for George G. Booth Traveling ye
EibFellowshiCpetAcitectuDrawnsfre:reG othTaeigStocks L da M n
by the students affected. elwhpi rcietr:
theThe architectural designs submitted by the twelve competitors for Private hires to all n the L
theCBooth prize are now hung in room 301 of the Architectural Build-
Mathematics Staff, Literary College: ing. They will be on exhibition until the evening of May 21, and with ar1kets 815 everyz
There will be a meeting of those members of the mathematics the exception of Sunday, may be seen daily from 9:00 a. in. until 5:00 1Ct 3.15 matin
staff teaching courses 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, in the Literary College, at 4:00 p. m., .m. The public is cordially invitedr soliite n1
Thursday, May 16, in 3010 A. H. Emil Lorch
C. J. Coe ___ _____t'elephone 22541
-i.Se.fais Varsity Glee Club: M OND
SemAar mStrength of Materials: MaThe annual combined Glee Club and Band Banquet will be held Brown-Cress & Co.,
At the meeting on Thursday, May 16, 4:00 p. i ., room 340 West on the third floor of the Union at 6:00 o'clock tonight. Following the Inc.
Engines." BBilding, Professor W. E. Wood will talk on "Hardness of banquet, which is complimentary to all active members, the annual:
R.Tai.'' election of officers will be held. Also if weather permits, the Club's Investment SecuritIesT
Sserenade will be given. Every member should b9 presnt. Wm. Ar
┬░er--L. M. Goodspeed, Manager 7th Floor First Nat'l YOU NI
Speech Defective Group: Bank Bldg. the
The Wednesday interviews will be held as usual this week, the Christian Science Society:
Thursday interviews will be held Friday at the usual time. Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan meets the
P. D. Swann Critan Since Soety of LnerH of Micg Ads Pay ed
tonight at 7:30 in the upper room of Lane Hall. Wa Ads thed
-- -Eloise Rue, Secretary 1 11 ,a,,the

MULATES DAILY
ISE FOR STUDENTS
In addition, a 45 minute gym
workout has been devised to insur "
the effective use of the period spent.
Emphasis is laid on the develop-
ment of the entire body instead of
the one-sided exercise obtained in
games which leads only to immedi-
ate development. Handball, boxing,
gymnastics; running, and calis-
thenics provide an individualistic
type of exe cise which can be fol-
lowed profitably in later life.
Students Require
Career Guidance
High school students choose their
professions without regard as to fu-
ture opportunities, it is stated in an
announcement by the University of
California following a survey of the
state. To solve this ploblem the
university is advocating the imme-
diate recognition of vocational
guidance as one of the major rc-
qr rements of the school and the
establishment of an adequate pro-
gram for its administration.
ATRONS:
m the coming season of
edeem the large pledges
Arbor Michigan Women
y ex~penses of the League
rgh this professional
has played for three
auspices of the Univer-
:he League has benefited
yrs. The coming season
NAL PROFIT.
lns always to present *
professional attractions
hen it is NOT IN USE
ati ns.

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S OF PLAYS

in the

Ielssohn Theatre
vague Building
night except Sunday
ees Wed., Thur., Sat.
beginning
First Week
KONDAY, MAY 20
cher's melodrama
EVER CAN TELL
green goddess
Tuesday
green goddess
n'sday (mat.)
green goddess
nesday ,(night)
green goddess
RSDAY (mat)
Shaw's gay farce
EVER CAN TELL
SDAY (NIGHT)
EVER CAN TELL
FRIDAY
REEN GODDESS
RDAY (MAT.)
EVER CAN TELL
RDAY (NIGHT)
EVER CAN TELL

Boulder Dam Lecture:E
Professor D. W. Mead, Member Colorado Board, will give an illus-
'.rated lecture on the Boulder Dam Development. The lecture will be
non-technical and economics, state riparian rights, conflicting interests
and engineering features of this big project will be discussed. All
interested are invited to attend. Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock, in
Natural Science Auditorium.

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Coming: Night Stick; The Spider
including: Reynolds Evans, Robert Henderson, Suzanne
Freeman, Arthur Kohl, Ralph Menzing, Edward Everett
Hale I1, Elberta Trowbridge, Lillian Bronson.
Prices: Evenings 75c, Matinees 50c
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