Fr!DAY, MJAY 11, 1021
DAILY OF FICIAL B
Publication in the Bulletin is conbtructive n
of the University. Copy received by the As
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday
Collection Of Historic Musical LiteratureI
UJ L L [I N Placed On Exhibition In Main Library Corridor
ice to all members The first program of the Choral ; especially significant to this year's
tot Union, isued fifty years ago this presentations by the Choral Union
sistant to the Presi- month, is but one of the features is the score of the Fugal Concert
.l of the music exhibit now on display by Gustav 11olst who was in Ann
in the lobby of the General Library., Arhoii 1923 as English Guest Con-
No. 168 The exhibit was prepared by Miss dueLo of the Oh icago Symphony
---- -- ---;Ella M. Ilyinans, curator of the rare 'Or'Mfra. 'ihe Chicago ymiphony
book room at the Library, to con- is one of the teatures to be pre-
memorate the fiftieth anniversary sented in the 1929 series of the
THREE FRENCH AVIATORS WILL RETRACE ROUTE
OF COLONEL LINDBERGH IN ATTEMPT AT RECORD
FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1929
To Users of the Daily Official Bulletin:
The following policies adopted for the editing of the Daily Official of the Cho al Union. One of the|Choral Union. The score, except
Bulletin have been announced from time to time for several years programs displayed is that of the the first page which was written on
past: third May Festival when "Samson board [he Aquitania, was writen in
Notices must be typewritten. and Delilah" featured the season. e of the ca1rels of the Main Li-
Notices must be signed. The same performance is included bi-a::y and first perfo.ned at Presi-
Ordinarily notices are published but once. Rtepitition is at the ion U iyar's ttractions of the seontdtimrton'home
Editor's discretion, hin thirty-five years. Togeather with lR L4.pr oh t ioCaet fAnnepm fboCe-
The purpose of this notice ist tt httelte fteepolicies many early progratms of Michigans LiK~;,C. negbm
will be interpreted to mean that a notice will ordinarily be published pioneer musical o ganization is the ba.nent of an automobile in
but once in a given week. This will permit events to be announced announcement of its formation in wl -iCchseveral members of the Delta
well in advance and given notice again at the time of their occurrence. 1880 when Prof. Frie, e for whom Si 8 r Phi fraternity at the Uni-
lt is hoped also that it may make the Bulletin less cumbersome. the famous organ in Hill Audi- versaiy of California were riding led
Frank E. Robbins toriurn is niamed, was elected plegei- toa un g wa - between the mem-
-_dent. bers of that fraternity and Delta
University Lecture: Another part of the music exhibit Kappa Epsilon.
Prof. Ernest Barker of Camb ihidges University,
Institute Lecturer, 19291 , wil kecure L ni "American
Revolution," on Saturday winrll, Il o'clock, May
ideas during the
18, in room 1025
JOes' S. R'v s, C. If. VanI Tynie
Notice to All Seniors:
There are only five more business days after today for payment of
diploma and certificate fees of any candidates for graduation at the
coming commencement. If you have not yet paid, please delay no
longer. There can and will be no extension beyond 4 p. in., May 23.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary I
Thle Examination Schedule for the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts, the School of Education, the Graduate School, and the
School of Forestry and Conservation is now ready for distribution, and
may be obtained at the Recorder's Office, room 4, University Hall.
Attention is called to the time of certain examinations: French 1, 2,,
31, 32, and Spanish 1, 2, 31, 32 will be examined Friday, May 31, 9-12
a. m.; Political Science 32 will be examined Friday, May 31, 2-5 p. in.
Florence Mohr, Recorder
Kentucky Summer Field Courses:
Students who intend to register for the Summer courses in Kentucy
may obtain t e registration blanks for this purpose at the Recorder's
Office of the iterary College, room 4, University Hall, after securing
the approval of the Geology or the Geography Departments.
Florence Mohr, Recorder
Students College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.
The following students are requested to meet the Scholarship Com-
mittee on Monday, May 20, in room 112 Romance Languages Building,
at the time indicated below:
Brown, Maurice S,, 2:30; Brubaker, Hastings A., 2:35; Bullock, Vivien
N., 2:40; Dzenrowicz, Catherine, 2:45; Griffeth, Do oth t A., 2:50; Hake-
nen, Carl A., 2 55; Hartwig, Lawrence E., 3:00; Hochlerg, Frances A.,
3:05; Houck, Kenneth L., 3:10; Mathews, W. C., 3:15; Miller, Jessie V.
3:20; Nosenzo, Angela, 3:25; Orr, Mary K., 3:30; Rett, Floyd M., 3:35;
Rorabacher, Louise, 3:40; Schumacher, V. C., 3:45; Shurtleff, Caroline,
3;50; Tobey, Donald R., 3:55; Travis, Helen Irene, 4:00; Wright, Phin-
egs P., 4:05.
1. P. Thieme, Chairman
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
The last Faculty meeting of the year will be held on Monday, May
20, at 4:10 p. in., in room 2225, Angell Hall.
John I. Effinger
Seniors-Colle#e of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
All Diploma fees must have been paid before 4:00 p. m. May 23,
and the receipts returned immediately to the Recorder of the Literary
College, if the candidates expect to be recommended for degrees in June.
Blanks for this purpose may be secured at the office of the Recorder,
room 4, University Hall.
Florence Mohr, Recorder
A. S. C. E.:
Meeting for election of officers will be held Friday, May 17, 1929,
at 1:00 p. i., in room 311.
L. D. Kirshner
The list of approved houses for the Summer Session and for the
College Year 1929-30 is now available in the office of Advisers of Women.
The handbooks of the American Institute of Steel Construction have
been received and may be purchased at the offices of the Michigan
Technic between 3:00 p. m. and 4:00 p. m. today.
Theodore N. Will, Business Manager
A meeting of theJunior Engineering Class will be held on Friday,
May 17,' room 348; at 10 o'clock.
The eligibility list will be found on the main bulletin board in the
West Engineering Building.
I. N. Grumow, President
Those whose names are listed below may obtain their jackets now:
H. O. Shankland, D. M. Levine, R. E. Wills, F. A. Disbrow, Leo Legat-
ski, E. E. Jackman, A. M. Highley, D. F. Bliel, J. V. Davis, E. H. Davis,
C Clark, H. D. Lampman, K. G. Benton, F. C. Stevens, W. F. Ross,
R. D. Thompson, M. H. Fontana, H. S. Stafford, C. E. Lutz, W. A. Stock,
D. S. Katz, E. S. Straubel, G. R. Fritch, E. D. Palmer, D. Gordan, John
Jacobson, G. J. Weyl, D. Tann, G. S. Terpenning, Robert Powers, F. S.
Ronan, William Nicolai, F. E. Myers, W. H. Harris, L. J. Johnson, Don
MacRae, C. C. Dibvig Earl Burns, G. W. Malcolm, H. P. Wallenmeyer,
J R. Valentine, J. G. Dodds, H. Van Aken, L. Zanoff, W. H. Fauch,
W. W. Kieth, E. W. Bosserdet, G. C. Neureuther, R. M. Hubbard, H. T.
Mabley, P. . Bigby, E. W. Sutherland, C. D. Holton, R. W. Rockefeller,
H. S. Henderson, K. Kaufman, L. Logan, N. A. Cady, R. Gould, S. S.
Jemernoff, P. G. Fierke, R. L. Campbell, John Guild Staudt, C. E.
Larson, E. M. Anderson, C. C. Farrell, E. E. Walters, D. W. Schofield.
E. A. Ska, Chairman
Mr. Jones, a representative of the Pictorial Review# Company, will
be at the Michigan Union, Friday, May 17, to interview students inter-
ested in summer employment. Room 302, 2:00 to 5:00 p. m.
Mary L. Stewart, Manager tuiden t Employment
A group of Grand Rapids Junior College, Engineering students will
make an "Inspection tour" of the University on Saturday, May 18.
Grand Rapids Junior College students now attending the University are
invited to meet at the Michigan Union at 12:00 noon Saturday for a
C. E. Wilson, Chairman of Committee
500 freshmen in front of the Union as early as possible this after-!
noon to make Cap-night a success. You be there.;
Tom Roach, Chairman ;
An attempt to break Colonel Jean Assolant, and Rene Lefevre. Roosevelt Field, Long Island, and
Charles A. Lindbergh's record of 33 The French plane, a giant Bernard fly to Paris 'over the exact route
hours for a flight across the Atlan- monoplane, has shown well in tests taken by the famous American
tic Ocean will be made by three at Long Island, having attained flyer. It is the hope of the men to
French flyers sometime this sum- the mark of 150 miles an hour on cover the distance in 30 hours, or
mer. The Frenchman are, from several different occasions. The three less than Lindbergh was able
left to right: Armeno Lotti, Jr., three aviators will take off at to make it in.
Walter Hagen Loses Match With Duncan Reduction Is Made
Who Sinks Forty-Foot Putt On Last Hole -
Formation tonight at 7:10 at Morris Hall to march to
Night ceremonies. Please remember that your attendance
remaining formations may determine whether you receive an award Hy
at the end of the year. Walter Hagen, American Ryder was never more than one down andt
Gilbert I. Saltonstall, Manager Cup captain and four-times holder ially was beaten at the home hole A reduction of $2,840 was mad
of the British Open title, was nly because Duncan's great 40-fot in the street fund, one of $200 ili
putt went down for an eagle there.- the park department, and $2,000 in
Chinese Students' Christian Association: beaten in the first round of the 3agen's third shot lay at the lip the amount planed fo: remodeling
The last meeting of the current academic year, being an election Yorkshire Evening News thousand Af the cup. the City Hall at a meeting of the
of offleers for next administration, will be held in Wesley Hall on guineas golf tournament by George The closing holes of the Hagen- committee of the whole Wednesday
Friday, May 17, at 7:30 p. in. Every member is requested to be Duncan, of Great Britain, yester- Duncan match contained someda- evening, bringing,tthe year's total
Sp. esenrt. ,natic moments. One down at the budget of the city $16,614.21 below
H. C. Chang, Chairman 15th, Hagen squared the match at last year's figures. These cuts allow
Duncan, who headed the British -he sixteenth when Duncan, with $1,296 to be restored to the police
Cosmopolitan Club: Ryder Cup team that conquered the seeming carelessness, missed a 14- department which had been re-
The Annual Senior Banquet of the Club will be held on Saturday, Ame.ican squad here a fortnight 'nch putt. Hagen barely missed quested and tentatively denied and
May 18, at 6:30 o'clock in the New Women's League Building. A fine ago, downed Hagen one up. Duncan winning the seventeenth, but his $500 to the poor fund for rent ai
dinner and a program of special music and stunts presented by the sank a 40-foot putt at the home ;hort pitch from the side of the groceries which had been given the
different nationalities have been planned. Don't miss this last event stopped on the lp of the same treatment. This brings thi
of the year! We want every member and friend of the Club present hole to beat the American star or :up. total city funds to $377,064.87 which
at this Banquet. Please notify Miss Helen Ruth Dow at the Martha the second time. He defeated Hagen It looked like Hagen had an easy with the special funds total gives
Cook Building if you can attend. by an overwhelming score in the half at the home hole, his third a total budget of $586,080.43.
Helen I,. Clarke, Secretary Ryder Cup matches. again halting on the edge of th lat NEW HAVEN, Conn.-Mrs..Nich
-----t~yC~eDuncan always has been a jinx roller went down for a great British olas Tirozzi was 45 minutes late in
There will be a meeting Friday evening, for Hagen. The American star victory.
Lane Hall. Due to this being the last meeting in this school year h beaten him in match Two rounds were played today. against her husband in a breach of
sfter beating Hagen, Duncan con- peace case. She explained Tirozzi
ft is urgently requested that all members attend. play quered Jimmy Ockenden, F. ench induced her son to hide her shoes.
K. Karpinski, President Today the British Open champion champion, 5 and 4. irozzi went to jail for 30 days.
Independent Students: TO OUR MANY PATRONS:
Tickets for the student banquetTR
honoring Dr. Little are available at All profits from the coming seasonT A US GAtE
booths in the Michigan Union, The MOST AMUSING AND GEN-
Women's League Building, and at plays go to help redeem the large pledges
Lane Hall. Members of fraterni- taken by the Ann Arbor Michigan Women UINELY GOOD FUN SHOW THAT HAS
ties and sororities and other or-
ganized houses are asked to pro- to cover the heay expenses of the League APPEARED LOCALLY IN YEARS
cure tickets from member in the n di .
house. Tickets will only be soldil
this week. Already through this professional ONE NOT TO E MISSED AT
Chester C. Bennett company, which has played for three
Chairman, Ticket Committee
seasons under the auspices of the Univer- ANY PRICE
sity of Michigan, the League has benefited
FLORIDA ORANGES AND thousands of dollars. The coming season I1. Leslie Aslrren in Ihursap's Dail
GRAPEFRUIT is NOT for PERSONAL PROFIT.
A Carload on First Between West
Jefferson and Williams Streets The League plans always to present
75c Peck the finest outside professional attractions
Tangerines 50c Full Half Peck to Ann Arbor, when it is NOT IN USE
All TreesRipe Fuit Washed by student organizations.
Polished, and Gr aded
f.i8:15 every evening except Sunday
3:15 matinee Wed., Thur., Sat.
a dP--3 WEEKS OF PLAYS
New York Listed Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
at irstoin the League Building
TPrivate wres to fll
Conservative margin accoumts H- ' IRT FE
solicited ~L \ AT ~ I A T ~ L
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