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Publication in the Bulletin is con hructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Prsi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. rm. Saturday.)
Vol. XXXIX TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1929 No. 171
Mr. H. H. Nielsen will speak on "The Infra-red Band Spectrum
and the Molecular Structure of Hydrogen Sulphide" at 4:15, Tuesday,
in room 1041. All interested are cordially invited.
W. F. Colby
Web & Flange :
The last meeting of the semester will be held at the Michigan
Union, Tuesday, May 21, 1929, at 7:15 p. m. It is very important that
all members be present at the time for election of officers.
L. K. Wenzel
Alpha Epsilon u:
There will be a special meeting at 7:30 tonight at room 308 at the
Union. Subject: Honorary Initiation. Please be present.
Dwight H1. Lewis, Librarian
The last meeting will be lmd Tucsday, May 21, at 7:30 in the
Tea Room on the first floor of thc League Building. Entertainment
will be furnished. Officers will be elected at this time.
Catheripe Dawson, Secy
Philosophy 139, Aesthetics:
The class will meet in West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall.
The last regular meeting of the Interfraternity Council will be held
at 4:15 o'clock, Wednesday afternoon, in room 302 of the Union All
fraternities are urged to have representatives present.
Edward 11. Wachs, President
There will be a, very iipor tat ht
meeting tonight, May 21, at 7:30 1
in the Athena room All members!
of Epsilon chapter must be pres
Lois E. Webb, President.1
Choral Union Ushers:
The following men are requested
to repo: t at Hill Auditorium office
tonight between 5 and 5:45 for
their usher cards. These men will
be assigned to assist the regular.
Choral Union Ushers.
Tem Cate, Dan
Ansel, L. V.
Wheeler, F. E.
Moor, J. H.
Myers, E. A.
Kemme, J. G.I
Stewart, W. H.
Shikes, M. B.
Chaplin, N. H.
Hammond, J. S.
Redman. E. .
Yagain, A. S.
Wightman, C. R
Rlett, F. M.
Schumacher, V. P.
Ernst, I-. LR.
Wood, C. R.
Barton, W. W.
Powers, R. W.
Felder, F. D.j
De Jong, R. N.
Judd, A. R.
Brewer, L. A.
Mac Lean, J. it.
Hickin, G. K.
Latocha, J. L.
Rockwood, B. J.
Brown, N D.
Halpern, S. R.
Hulett, H. C.
Jennings, W. E.
Hoffman. R. L.
Daken, M. J.
If any of the above men are un-
able to usher please notfiy me tained by order from the national !Muimmers:
Tuesday evening After 6 o'clock organization. Those desiring in- There will be an important Ifur
call 5113. I signia should leave their orders iness meeting of Mummers Dr
W. A. Davenport. ; with either Prof R. K. McAlpine,j matic Society, Wednesday, May Z
---lRoom 406 Chemistry Building, or at the Cave, fourth floor of t11
Addylplia house ot Representatives: with Dr. Carl E. Guth, 011 Mu- Michigan League Building, at 4
The program of the open session :sums Building. l o'clock There will be election of
beginning at 7:30 o'clock tonight Carl . Guthe tofficers.
in the Adelphi room will consist in -- Florence Watchpocket, Pres.
in informal debate on the ques- Cercle Francais:
tion, "Resolved: That the state There will be a brief, important Alpha Nu:
-should assume control of all de- meeting of the Cercle Francais Regular .iecting will be at 7:43
nominational institutioni except Tuesday afternoon, at three-fifteen tonight in the society room on t
j Seminaries"' Election of officers o'clock in Room 408, Romance Lan-- fourth floor of Angell hall. This r3
will take place in the closed ses- guage Building Members are the last meeting of the year. Spy,
sion. -I urged to be present, as there will cial program has been arrangeL
Lawrence lartwig, Speaker. be the ele-ion of officers for next and will be followed by the electib
year. of officers. John Q. Lavgen
Sigma Xi: Max Fruhauf, Jr., President (Continued on Page Three) ~
For the information of those re- - __
cently elected to the Michigan
Chapter of the Society of the Sig-
ma Xi, notice is given that official
charms and pins can only be ob-
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There will be no quiz sections held today.
11. 0. Whittemore
Kentucky Sumner Field Courses:
Students who intend to register foi the Summer courses in Kentucky
may obtain the registration blanks for this purpose at the Recorder's
Office of the Literary College, room 4, University Hall, after securing
the approval of the Geology or the GeographyDepartments.
Florence Mohr, Recorder
Applicants for Admission to the Medical School:E
The entrance examination for admission to the Medical School for
students registered in the University will be held at 9 a. in., June 12,
in room 1528, East Medical Building.
Applicants who have not obtained appointments for interviews with
the members of the Committee on Admissions should see Miss Noble,t
227 West Medical Building, at once.
Hugh Cabot, Dean I
- Thursday, May 23, 4:00 p. in., is the last day for payment of the
diploma fee. Please secure blanks for the purpose at the office of the
Also, there ace several who have paid the fee and have neglected
to return the receipt to the office. This is important.
Ruth A. Rouse
Information Regarding May Festival Concerts:
In order to avoid confusion, the sympathetic cooperation of con-
cert goers and the public in general is respectfully requested in con-
nection with the programs to be given Festival week.
Evening concerts, (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday),
will begin at 8:15 o'clock sharp, while afternoon concerts (Friday and
Saturday), will begin at 2:30, o'clock sharp, Eastern Standard Time.
Members of the audience are urged to arrive at the ° Auditoriilm in
sufficient time that they may be seated when the concerts begin, thus
avoiding confusion and annoyance.
.Holders of season tickets are urged to detach before leaving home
the respective coupons and present them only for admission at each
of the several concerts.
On the occasion of concerts, traffic will be restricted on North
University Avenue between Thayer an( Ingalls Streets. Autos and taxis
doming fromp the West on North University Avenue may go north on
Thayer Strqet dlscharging their passengers and continuing to go north,
likewise ve04icles coming west on North University Avenue may go North
on Ingalls Street, discharging passengers at the East entrance of Hill
Auditorium then continuing to go North. After concerts vehicles
will approach over the same route, take on passengers and continue
northward. The cooperation of the public is requested for the con-
veience of ail concerned.
City buses will park on North University Avenue facing west, in
front and to the right of Ingalls Street side. Interurban buses will
park on the old street car tracks cn North University Avenue to dis-
charge and take on passengers.
Illustrated librettos may be purchased in advance at the local music
stores or in the lobby of the Auditorium before each concert.
Cooperative attention with respect to those matters is respectfully
urged. Charles A. Sink, President
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Thurs-
day, May 23, at 4:15 p. m., in room 348, West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
The twenty-first moving picture program by the School of Busi-
ness Administration will be held in Natural Science Auditorium at
4:05 p. in., Wednesday, May 22. Please note that the program will
begin 10 minutes earlier than many afternoon meetings. The following
films will be shown:
Pole Pushers of Puget Sound (land and water views of the north-
western cedar industry showing many thrilling and amusing incidents
in the daily lives of the husky pole pushers)-1 reel.
Th Voice of Business (the making of paper from the raw material
to the finished product)-3 reels.
Winter Sports in Old Quebec-1 reel.
All persons inte:ested are invited to attend these programs which
! arc designed particularly to give business students background material.
Carl N. Schmalz
Certificates of eligibility for fraternity pledges cannot be issued
by the Office of the Dean of Students until two weeks after the final
F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean of Students
All House Presidents:
There will be an important meeting of the Board of Representatives
of the Women's League in the Board of Representatives room in the
League Building, on the second floor across from the women's lounge,
Wednesday, May 22, at 5:00 p. m. Change of closing hours and revi-
sions of the League constitution will be discussed, and it is important
that every house president should be present. It is, of course, under-
stood that until a change in house rules has been passed and announced
in this Bulletin, the present rules, as printed and distributed this fall,
are to be observed.
Elizabeth Wellman, Chairman
Electrical and Civil Engineering, Engineering Mechanics:
Professors Sher lock and Stout of the Engineering College will
speak on "Research on Wind Loading of Electrical Power. Lines,' in the
Natural Science Auditorium at 8:00 p. m., Tuesday, May 21. The public
Alfred H. Lovell
Highway Engineering Positions:
Messrs, Burton and Fitzgerald o f Michigan State Highway Dept.,
will be here Tuesday, May 21, about 10:00 a. in., to interview students
who wish employment with the Department. They have permanent
positions open to graduating Civil Engineers, and also a limited num-
ber of summer positions for freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. Those
interested may interview these gentlemen at room 1224, East Engineer-
ing Building, either in the morning or about 1:00 p. 1m.
R. L. Morrison
- Mr. E. J. Ficken, State Sales Manager of the Atlas Radiator Shield
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May 21, from 11 to 12 o'clock, to interview students interested in secur-
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