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May 23, 1929 - Image 8

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TTTUrZr"DAY, MAY 23, 19-29


T1tUT~~~AY, MAY 23, 1929

DAIYOFIIAL B L i Omaha Girl Becomes Spell
DAI LY '0-F F1 I L DU L L [ IBy Victory In Final
Publication in the Bulletin is coricructive notice to all members 0, A watcd 're« jIcontest
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Prusi- WASHINGTON, May 22.-Thir- clark-t
dent until 3:30 p, m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)- teen-year-old Virginia Hogan, of Omaha
- her fec
Vol. XXXIX THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1929 No. 73 Omaha, Neb., is the spelling chan- under
pion of the United States. she wa
She gained the honor by spelling "Aggr
Notice to Seniors: "luxuriance" and all the other tion of
Today is the last day for payment of diploma and certificate fees tongue-twisting words that were I troit N
of any candidates for graduation at the coming commencement. There put to her in the finals of the fifth I Waterb
can and will be no eltension beyond 4 p. m. today, at which hour the annual National Spelling bee. tired o
Treasurer's office closes for the day. After such words as "diaphanous,", Thev
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary "onerous," "aggrandizement," and I first ca
"apotheosis" had sent the other 20 on it.
'Today's May Festival Concert:I
The second May Festival program will be given this evening in ill Donaldson Is Visitor MINI
Auditorium at 8:15 o'clock. The public is respectfully requested to be At Universityj MacKu
, AtSyran 1nivrsit, jthree
in their seats on time as the doors will be closed during numbers. The Tee
program follows: Among recent visitors at the Big Te
Jeannette Vreeland, Soprano, American University of Beirut, athlete
Lawrence Tibbett, baritone,. Syria, was Prof. Bruce M. Donald- The C
University Cho al Union, son, Professor of Fine Arts at the
Chicago Symphony Orchestra University. Professor Donaldson every ye
Brahms, "A German Requiem" (for soloists, chorus, orchestra and departed at the end of last semes- bined a
organ) ter on sabbatical leave to travel ive sch
Wolf-Ferrari: "The New Life" (for soloists, chorus, orchestra, and and study. gree du

ng Champion
Is Of National Bee

ants back to them seats, the
aired maid representing the
World-Herald still was on
et. For standing up so long
this barage of orthography,
s awarded the $1,000.
randizement" was the ruina-
Mary Elaine McCa ty, De-
ews, and Lois Chamberlain,
ury, Conn., Republican, re-
n -imminent."
word "planetary" caused the
sualty, Rose Nelson missing
NEAPOLIS, Minn.- George
nnon, seven letter man of
sports at U. of Minn. gets
n Medal for achievements as
in football, baseball, track,
asketball, and as a scholar.
onference Medal is giver,
ear to the man who has com-
,thletic prowess and distinct-
olarship to the highest de-
ing his college career.

f r With the announcement of the ure before corgress possesses otli
disapproval of the export debenture strong and weak points.
elan by President Hoover comes the .The first part of the bill pro
aninouncementucn nvides for a Federal Farm Board
nucigh nt of a redon m with $50,000,000 to finance farm co-'
et- operative associations," Professor
panies to enable wheat grown in Leffler comented. This section of
the western states to be snipped to the bill seems to have much in its
the Atlantic seaboard at a figure favor. The second part provides an
closely approximating the Canadian optional 'export debenture' plan
price. The wheat surplus this year which may be used in connection
IL so great that some action was with the disp6sal of American
S:: ..:.::::::::::>.... csary by either public or pri- C ops in foreign markets."
.vateinterests if the American The plan formulated by the Sen-
farmie was to escape the inevitable ate p ovides that the American ex


. $

effects of expansion and over-pro- porter would receive a bounty of
n duction.- one-half the import tariff upon the
In discussing the situation, Prof. commodity, not in cash but in de-
Ray V. Leffler of the Economics benture certificates which are re-
department gave as his opinion deemable only against U. S. im-
that the newest farm relief meas- port duties."


Charles A. Sink

Geology 31:
The last opportunity to, tuake up laboratory deficiencies will be at
5 o'clock today at which time examinations will be given over the vari-
ous sections of the laboratory work.
E. N. Goddard
English Honors Course, 1929-30:
Members of the class of 1930 who are interested in the English
Eonors Course for 1929-30 may consult with me on M.W.F. at 11:00 a. ,.
or 3:00 p. m. in room 2211 A.H. Applications for admission to the
course should be made not later than May 28.
L. A. Strauss
Applicants for Admission to the Medical School:
The entrance examination for admission to the Medical School for
students registered in the University will be held at 9 a. m., 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,
127 West Medical Building, at once.
Hugh Cabot, Dean
Prcdental Students:l
Students who desire to be conside:ed for admission to the School
of Dentistry in the autumn of 1929 should call at the Dean's office
in the School of Dentistry within the next week for an applicationj
Marcus L. Ward
Students of Engineering and Architecture:
All students in these Colleges who are taking courses in other.
Schools or Colleges on the campus, please report at once to the office
of the secretary, 263 West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
School of Education: Registration for Summer Session:t
Students now in the School of Education who plan to register for
work during this summer session may do so on Monday, Tuesday, anad
Wednesday, (May 27, 28, and 29).
Registration will take place in the office of the School of Education,
r om 105 Tappan Hall. Hours: 9-12, 2-4.
Gretchen Krug, Recorder
1029 Michiganensian:
There are a few uncalled for Michiganensians on hand which may
be purchased this week at the Press Building office. The price is $5.50
Clay Olmstead, Sales & Distribution Manager
Students expecting to attend the Filibert Roth Camp of the School
of Forestry and Conservation please meet in room 2039 of the Natural
Science Building, Friday, May 24, at 5 p. in.
Robert Craig, Jr., Camp Director
Senio-s who have applied for the certificate in journalism are re-
quired by the University to pay at the treasurer's office a fee of $1.501
before Saturday of this week. If the certificate is not awarded, the fee
will be refunded by the treasurer.
J. L. Uriumin
Sigma Gamma Epsilon:
The last meeting of the present term will be a Michigan Union;
luncheon on Thursday, May 23, 1929, at 12:15 p. in.
D. 4. Scott, Secretary c
Christian Science Society:
Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan meets C
tonight at 7:30 in the upper room of Lane Hall.

Exhibition of Sculpture:
There will be an exhibition of sculpture by Professor Fairbanks in
the Galleries of Alumni Memorial Hall, May 21 to May 26.j
J. G. Winter
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges on Thurs-
(lay, May 23, at 4:15 p. m., in room 348, West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
Householders having rooms to rent to men students for the Sum-
mer Session are requested to list them in the Office of the Dean of
Students, room 2, University Hall, as soon as possible. Dial 6115.
F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean
Varsity Glee Club:
There will be a full rehearsal tonight at the usual time and place.
This will be only a short rehearsal in order that we may be through4
in plenty of time for the May Festival Concert. Bring the money for
your tickets and get more at that time.j
L. M. Goodspeed, Manager
Senior Engineers:
The commencement invitations and announcements will be given
out in the West Engineering Building from 1-4 p. m., May 23 and 24. 1
Presentation of your receipts will be absolutely necessary to get your
Chairman Invitation Commnittee
Seminar in Strength of Materials:
Hardness Tests will be discussed at the Seminar on Thursday, May
23, at 4 p. m., in room 340, West Engineering Building.
R. T. Liddicoat j
Industrial Engineering Society:
The annual banquet of the Industrial Engineering Society will be
held Thursday, May 23, at 6:30 p. m. at the Women's League Building.
Members desiring reservations please call J. Wahl or W. R. Wright.
. R. Wright, President
Freshman Literary Class:
There are still some who have not yet paid class dues. Collection
will be made Friday, May 24, in University H I1. $1.00.
Frank Baker, Treasurer

Size and magnitude are the two j
outstanding features of the big dou-
ble menagerie with John Robinson's'
circus, which will make its annual
appearance in Ann Arbor next Mon-
day for an afternoon and evening
Among the features will be the
Neiss Troupe of high wire artists;
the Edward Ward Flyers; the Mc-
Cree Duo; the Hollis Troupe; Bald-
win and Hendryz, and many others.
Comedy Club:
There will be a meeting of Com-
edy Club Thursday, May 23, at 4:00
p. m., in 203 U. H. At this time there
will be election of officers for next
year. All members wishing to be
considered active for next year
must be present.
Thurston Thieme, Pres.
New York Listed
iPrivate wires to all
Con:nrvative margin accounts
Telephone 22541
Brown-Cress & Co.,
Investment Securities
7th Floor First Nat'l
Bank Bldg.

New York Stock Exchange
Chicago Stock Echauge
Cleveland Stock Exchange
Detroit Stock Exchange
New York Curb Maiket

Accounts Carried on
201 First Nat'1 Bank

Conservative Margin
Phone 4294

Mr. George Bernard Shaw's U


Monday .

Saturday (Mat. and Eve.) and
"The Green Goddess" Friday




Whose subtle and
should be . . .

is a clever man . . MR. SHAW
entertaining wit-is entirely what humor
In. his gayest of screamingly frivolous

On sale at Box Office from 10 o'clock on every day.
Phone '300;.
Coming: "Nightstick"-"The Spider"
Do you remember "CANDIDA"? "GREAT CATIIER-
INE", which was the first big dramatic success
on the Campus?

Michigan Dames:
All former, as well as present,
members of the Michigan Dames DIS TINCTIVE FOOTWEAR
Club are invited to attend the an-
nual installation banquet and
bridge party on Tuesday, May 28,
at the Women's League Building.
We will meet in the main floor.
lounge not later than 6:15. Reser-
vations for the banquet must be
made before Saturday, May 25. Mrs.
L. A. Delp, 710 East Ann Street, has
charge of all tickets, and reserva-
tions may be made by calling her
at 5627 any day after 5 o'clock.
Mrs. C. W. Ferris, President
Commencement Honor Guard:
Seniors who have been appoint-
ed to act as Honor Guard and Color
Bearers for Commencement are re-
quested to meet Dr. May at Water-
man Gymnasium at 7:00 p. m., on a OF
Thursday, May 23. All appointees
are urged to be present at this
I. M. Gram, Chief Marshal
- -- ality Footwear
I' - *I90 8and. _
on Thursday
VRmThe J Mumrphy Boot Shomp

Eloise Rue, Secretary




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