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FRh PY, MAY 24, 1929

History 6 (106):T Famous Performers
Final examination Wednesday, June 5, 9-12. Mr. Kemuper's sections
.! FF CIBU I I I N in West Gallery of Alumni Memorial; Mr. Manyon's sections in New- S j{UIILIL T004
berry Auditorium;Mr. Scott's sections in Natural Science Auditorium.r
0 ILY rFiA JL Loutine maps of the world with your bluebooks. Slso TO VISI ]NV ISJ
Publication in the Bulletin is congructive notice to all members !rn uliemp of the woldwthyurIleoos
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Prui-- Preston Slosson
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a m. Saturday.)--- '
e t :(3j)Applicants for Admission to the Medical School: Reg-ars From Camp Boabird Arc
Vol. XXXIX FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1929 No. 174 The entrance examination for admission to the Medical School for Making Extended Motor Trip
!!___________ tudents registered in the University will be held at 9 a. m., June 12, Through Middle Westn
Today's May Festival Program: nApins12,avMedicalBuilding.
The third May Festival Concert will be given this afternoon at 2:30 Applicants who have not obtained appointments for interviews with
Y g ~the members of the Committee on Admissions should sec Miss Noble, TO B3 LUNCHEON GUESTS( >
o'clock. Soloists, Barre Hill, baritone, Efrem Zimbalist, violinist, Or- 3h W es hc Cuiling ea one,
rhestral accompaniments and the Children's Chorus. Juva Higbee, Chil- One3hundreicacguiadigndttwen.
dren's Conductor, Frede ick Stock, Orchestral Conductor. hugh Cabot, Dean One hundred regulars and tweate
Mozart: Overture to "The Marriage of Figaro" ~~~~~~~~~- ty-five officers of the United States
Moza: Over ng'T M arrage o g're-enta! Students: army from Camp Bolabird, located
Schumann: "Spring's Messenger .ah'Students who desire to be conside-:cd for admission to the School near Baltimore, Maryland, who are
of Dentistry in the autumn of 1929 should call at the Dean's office making a tour of the middle west
Children's Festival Chorus in the School of Dentistry within the next week for an application will be the guests of the Univer-
Verdi: Arias, (a) "Fords Song" from "Falstaft" blank. i sity of Michigan today and tomor-
(b) "Eri tu" from "Masked Ball" Marcus L. Ward Iw-
Bar e Hill MdThe soldiers are making the trip '
Boyd: Cantata, "The Hunting of the Snark" anglish Honors Course, I929-30: as part of their training in trans-
Barre Hill, Children's Chorus, Orchestra Members of the class of 1930 who arc interested in the English portation, and will stop in Ann
Brahms: Concerto for Violin D Major, Opus 77 -onors Course for 1929-30 may consult with me on M.W.F. at 11:00 a. m. Arbor to inspect the highway
Allegro non troppo or 3:00 p. M. in room 2211 A.H. Applications for admission to the transportation facilities of the
Adagio course should be made not later than May 28 University. They will arrive at -
Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace noon i large army trucks from DC-
L. A Strauss troit where they have been in-. Circus day is scheduled for
E- em Zimbalist --- specting automobile and motor Arbor next Monday. The pi

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Just in the event that anyone
reads this column, (which is ex
ceedingly doubtful) we are going
to advise precisely how one may
become more opulent-to the ex-
1cnt of a dollar and fifty cents-
than he otherwisc would be. Sim
ple? yes, but it is the ability
see these things and the artlessnc:
to say them that contributes larg(
ly toward making other peop
editors. Anyway our advice is I
stay home this week; refrain frori
buttering the Butterfield entcr
prises. Seldom has so much bald
erdash and slipslop been concen
trated in so small a town as Ann
Arbor. The three theaters gliv
two reasons why talking picturse
should succeed and one to demon-
Ann state that they probably will noC
cture We may dispose of Glen Tyrort
John ' "The Kid's Clever" by sayfrig
give that it is that particular thing that
helps rye bread make a good sand-
n the wich (viz. G. J. N.). Any picture
iight. in which the heroine remarks coy-
atest ly to the hero that "Poor little
ircus, pigeon is all tired out!" we cannot
Crld's laud without reservations.
1 be With regard to the acts, of
form- which there are two, we may say
that Cameron and Co. take signifi-
cant steps toward establishing the
23.-A fact that one does not have to.lguy
r the the Gargoyle to find old jdkes. An
Turk- individual by the extraordinary
scent name of Murphy is by far the
tal C, best thing in town. He projects
ill be his corpulent personality from the
g the praeseenium arch to the foyer and
ublic. 1 does it with a newness and a fresh-
ness that the three a day general-
23.- ly kills. - His encores, however,
some could be handled to better ad-
trong i vantage.
n. I D. B. II. JR.

The fourth May Festival concert will be given this evening at 8:15
o'clock. Soloists, Edith Mason, soprano, The Chicago Symphony Orches-
tra, Frederick Stock, conductor. Program:
d'Indy: Overture, "Fervaal"
Mozart: Arias (a) "Deh vieni non tardar," from "The Marriage of
Figaro"
(b) "Batti. Batti," from "Don Juan"
Edith Mason
Bloch: "America" an Epic Rhapsody in Three Parts
Charpentier: Aria, "Depuis le Jour" from "Louise"
Edith Mason

Lockwood: Suite, "Odysseus"
Introduction: Calypso
Poseidon
Sirens
Puccini: Arias: (a) "Un Bel Di Vedremo" from "Madam Butterfly"
(b) "Entrance Song," from "Madam Butterfly"
Dvorak: Slavonic Dance, A Flat
The public is respectfully requested to be seated on time as the
doors will be closed during numbers.
Charles A. Sink
Changes in Exanination Schedule, College of Literature, Science and
the Arts:
A new examination schedule has been arranged diffcing in a num-
ber of particulars from that issued in the time schedule published at
the beginning of the second semester. The Literary Faculty decided
that classes for this semester would close on Wednesday evening, May
"9. The new examination schedule was printed some time ago in this
College and is now ready for distribution and may be obtained in the
Recorde:'s office. Faculty and students are urged to procure the new
revised schedule and not to follow-the one printed inthe time schedule.
John R. Effinger
Political Science 32, Final Examination:
The final examination in Political Science 32 will be held Friday,
May 31, at 2 o'clock in the following rooms:
Mr. Phillips' sections and Mr. Pollock's 10 o'clock section in room 25.
Mr. Preuss's sections and Mr. Pollock's 11 o'clock setion in room
Mr. Calderwood's sections in room 1035.
,Mr. Maddox's sections in room 2225.
Mr. dCuncnnon's sections in room 2003.
Paul M. Cunceannon
Examinations in.Romance Languages:
All sections of courses in Romance Languages listed herewith will
be given general examinations May 31 a. in., in the following rooms:
French 1-Chem. Amphitheater (165 Chem.)
French 2-Morning sections, Che . Amphitheater (165 Chem.)
French 2-Afternoon sections. West Physics Lecture Room, (in build-
ing back of main Library)
French 12-1025 Angell Hall
French 31-103 Rom. Languages.
French 32--Nat. Science Aud.
French 111-231 Angell Hall
French 112-231 Angell Hall
French 153-1035 Angell Hall
French 154-1035 Angell Hall
Italian 101-205 Mason Hall
Italian 151-205 Mason Hall
Spanish 1-103 Room, Languages
Spanish 2-West Gallery, Alum. Mem. Hall, upstairs
Spanish 31-1035 Angell Hall
Spanish 32-1025 Angell Hall
Students having conflicts between French and Spanish exams should
take the French at the regular time and arrange special exams in Span-
ish with their Spanish teachers.
P, E. JBursley

IForestry: I factories.
Students expecting to attend the Filibert Roth Camp of the School The detachment is full equip-
of Forestry and Conservation please meet in room 2039 of the Natural ped and camp will be pitched onI
Science Building, Friday, May 24, at 5 p. in. the grounds at the side of East
Robert Craig, Jr., Camp Director Hall, with every detail of regular
army life being carried out.
Journalism: This afternoon the soldiers will
Seniors who have applied for the certificate in ,journalism are re- be conducted over the campus, and
quired by the University to pay at the treasurer's office a fee of $1.50 in the evening will attend the May
before Saturday )f this week. If the certificate is not awarded, the fee Festival concert as guests of the
will be refunded by the treasurer. University School of Music. Sat-
J, L. Brumin urday morning they will visit the
fvarious university buildings. At
Senior Laws: noon the University will entertain
Invitations and announcements for senior laws will be distributed ihemn with a luncheon at the
Friday and Saturday, May 24 and 25, from 4:00 p. m. to 6:00 p. m., i Union which will be followed by a
the law building. Please present your receipts. pbaedallrgmeteeUn riy e-
Ralp M.Bess, Ciairari picked from the University re-
. serve's and the crack nine of the
I visitors.
ThDetanKap:n r y, y ,Saturday evening the soldiers
Thenn planned forpost-will break camp and leave for To-
Wesn C.D'definitelynt ledo where they will continue their
Wiinspection of various plants. From
Toledo they will go to Columbus.

shows two of the personnel oft
Robinson's circus which will
two performances only-one in
afternoon and one Monday n
What is said to be the gre
menagerie carried with any c
including Tinymite, the we
smallest hippopotamus, will
open an hour before each peri
ane.
ANGORA, Turkey, May 2
movement has been started fo
adoption of a new flag by the Z
ish Republic. The historic cre
will still appear, but as a capi
no longer a crescent. It wi
crossed by a capital T, formin
monogram of the Turkish rep
MENDOZA, Argentina, May
Eight persons were inju'ed,;
seriously, in a series of s
rntammike early this mornin

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Adelphi Banquet:
All active and associate members of Adelphi House of Representa-
tives who desire to attend the banquet should call Urist, dial 3418, at
once.
G. Harrison, C. H. Urist, Committee on Arrangements
Polouia Literary Circle:
There will be a special meeting held Friday evening, May 24, at

They will return to Camp Bolabird '
after visiting the Ohio cities.
YOKOHAMA, Japan, May 23.-
* The Duke of Gloucester, second son
of King George of England, com-
pleted his visit to Japan today, andI
sailed aboard the Empress of Asia
for Vancouver. He came here sev-
! eral weeks ago to confer the Order
of the Ga, ter on EnmIperor'Hirohito.

7:30 o'clock sharp, in Lane Hall.
be present as this will le the last
Stamp Collectors:
The last meeting of the year will
be held Saturday at 8:00 p. M., in.
room 403- of the Romance Lan-
guages Building. All membersI
please attend. An auction will be
Iheld as usual. Visitors and col-
lectors are cordially invited.
S. B. Conger, Secretary
SEATTLE - Ronald Wailes, 33-
year-old oarsman on the Univer-
sity of Washington crew, has been,
awarded the Pigott trophy for the
year 1929, as the man who has been
the greatest help and inspiration to
the crew.
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It is requested that all members
meeting of this school year.
K. Karpinski, President

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History 92:
Final examination Tuesday, June 4, 9-12. Men students in 103 R. L.;
women students with Mr. Sawyer in room 2003 Angell Hall.
Preston Slosson '

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