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PAaTEIh

THE MIC T IN DATA V

SILUTU )AT, tvl AT 19, lo-121

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IStudents' Recital:
Mr. Benjamin Z. N. Ing, pupil of Theodore Harrison, will give a
graduation recital, Monday evening, May 2'7. at 8 o'cloek, in the Schoolt
l of Music Auditorium on Mayna d Street. Miss Louise Nelson will be the
Publication in theBulletin is constructive notice to all members accmras. The gneralbi is invte follows:oadisio
of he nivrsiy. op reeivd b th Asisantto he rei Prologue, from "Pagliacci"............................... Leoneavallo
Jdent until 3:30 p. m" (11:30 a.,im. Satuzrcta i _______ Der Neugierige .................................. ........ Schubert
I o.XXI UNAMA ~ 12 '.1 Auifenthalt............................... ....... Schubert
____________________ ____________ ~Stanchen................................................ Brahms
Action of the Administrative Board: I P elude, Op 23, No. 4 ......................... ............ Chopin
The Administrative Board of the College of Literature, Sciece, and Cradle Song........................... ............., . Hlauser
the Arts has taken the following action:f Prelude in C ........................... ......... ..... .....BHach
Albert Louis Schradzki has been placed on Probation until the end ( Piano numbers)
of the first semester 1929-1930, becm5;e of dishonestly in! the written wo k n Vision Fuigitive, from '1Ilerodilade"...... ............ ......lviasscn t,
in Rhetoric 2. Vxi e ...................................Chao'
W, . Hu. ltihreys Yee Shiha Wei Yun........................... ...Chao

GEORGE OLSEN, FORMER MICHIGAN FOIAOAGSAT
DRUM MAJOR, TO PLAY IN DETROIT GRAPEFRUIT

Business Administration Lecture:
Professor H. C. Greer, Direct-cr of the institute of American Meat
Packers, will talk on "MVakic' Accounting Information Useful to the
Executive," on Monday, May 27, at 4:15, in lRoomn 101, Economics building.'
This lectu.e is intended primatrily fiyr st idcrnts in Accounting', but others
interested are cordially inrvite d to atetnd.
Automobile Regula64ion:
With the approval of the Dean of the School or College in which
thre student is cnrolled, the ? .elowv:i.. dscipli 'aa'y ae,-ions have beenI
taken for violations of the Auwmu!bih e ti tion:
Charles P. Craig, '30--probaLtion uitd l Mjvemnbor 2'7, 1929.t
Dudley J. Scholten, '3--_probLtior i il1 the crud of the second se-
mester of the academic year 1 J ' zs :.
Austin J. Paddock, '29 Eg-- fi - the b lancee of the current
semester, and diploma withhfeld.

Lord God of Abraham, from "Elijah"..................... lencielssohn
ipilgrim's Song.............. ...................... . Tschaikowsl y
The Crystal Gazer........... ... ... ...... .. ....... ..... Kramer
The Night; Rider.....................Berg~h
F Charles A. Sink
(C oloquini in.Applied M~echaics,
The final meeting of the sernester will ba held on T~cy May 28, '
at 7:30 p. m. in Room 2483, West Engineering Building. The program
is: "Impact Effect on Bridges," by Prof. Tim-oshenko; a discussion of the
Spring Meeting of the Division of Applied Mechanics of the A. S. M. E. at,
iRocbester, by Prof. L. II. Donnell; the election of off tiers for thie coaing
All inter:ested are cordially invited to attend.

dio, record, and musical comedy'
fame, opens with his orchestra for
a week's run in Detroit.
} { " Olsen attended the University.
~during 1913 t and 1914 and presaged;
>:r Ihis present profession by playing
:.:;.Y .in the band here. During the foot-
ball season of the latter year he
was the Michigan drum major and
:..; , ;" .;was the instigator of the custom of'
,r. z> tossing the baton over the *goal post
beween the halves of the games.
After leaving school he organized
his own orchestra and in a few.
years was introduced to Broadway,
Swhere he scored an immediate suc-
cess. Since then he has become.
{;>>< '<s> one of the leading radio and record-
}{A {k ing artists and has won distinction
in several musical comedies, includ-s
ing "Kid Boots," in which he played;
with Eddie Cantor. "The Follies,"
of Michigan's "Sunny" and "Good News.'
herlen ext r- Between activities on the stage,
~~~'Olsen 0 has made Victor records with!
hos orchestra, and also has broad-
rnity cast over the net work of the Na-
~ Soliststional Broadcasting company.

Carload on First Between West
Jefferson and Williams. Streets
'75c Peck
Tangerines 50c Full Half Peck
All Tree Ripe Fruity Washed,
Polished, and Graded
Open all day Sunday
Highest Cash Prices.
Paid for Your
Discarded Clothing,
CLAUDE BROWN
Phone 6616
11 5 F. Ann St.,

The return of one
successful sons will bel
Friday when George

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Russell 0. Seestedt, '29 Eng.---probatioLnfor the balance of the cur-'Summer Enploynient: _______ '
rent semester, and diploma withheld. Mr. Clarence E. Smith, founder of the National Students' Co-.
W. 1-. lien, Assistant to the I),1D, of Students ope~ative Association, will be at the Union, Room 302, May 27. at 7:30: Four soloists on t12
p. in., to interview all students who want work in music or dramatics, tival Program were i]
Feconoiuies 172 (Accounting):1 or business administration, under the direction of the Association. 'This Alpha Epsilon Mu, na
TWhere will be no lecture at 10 o'clocik on Monday but attendance isE ineluides both men and women.
required at the lecture by Professor 11. C. (Greer~, at 4:15 on Monday, Sidney H. Woolier ary musical fraternity
May 27, in Room 101, Economics buildior . -- of the chapter in A

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MERRILL, LYNCH& CO.
Members
New York Stock Exchange
Chicago Stock Exchange
Cleveland Stock Exchange
Detroit Stock Exchange
New York Curbi Market
Accounts Carried on Conservative Margin
201 First Nat'l Bank Phone 4294

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_ rAlphaon Kappa Delta:
The annual picnic will be held at the home of Professor Carr on!i
Changes in Examination Stcdule, College of Literature,I Wednesday, May 29. Members wil meet at the Economics Building at
;scienice and the Arts: 41.
Th ieayFlyon Wednesday evening, May 2d9. A ne examination schedule was ('risN.0op, .eeretary
therefore arranged differing in a number of particulars from the one
pripted in the Time Schedule at the beginning of the second semestera.:: Faculty Women's Club:
This new schedule may be procured in the Recorder's Office and the There will be a luncheon at the Women's League Building on
one first published should be disregarded. Wednesday, May 29, at 1:00 p. mn., for the memebrs of the board of the
John R. Effinger ; Faculty Women's Club. The new members of the board will be guests. 1

different times during the series
of concerts.
Lawrence Tibbett, baritone, of
the Metropolitan Opera company;
Richard Bonelli, baritone, of the
Chicago Civic Opera company;
Wiliiam Gustafson, bass, of the
Metropolitan Opera company; and
B~arre Hill, baritone, of the Chica-
go Civic Opera Company, were af-
forded honorary membership in

Miember of the Summer Session Faculties:
lBlanks for the Faculty Directory and request cards fo: the Summer
Michigan Daily are being sent by campus mail to all members of the
Summner Session Staff. Their prompt return will be greatly appreciated.
The Summer Daily will be delivered g atis only to those members
of the Summer Session faculty who will fill oat the request cards.
Edwvard 11, Krauis

Mrs. W. L. Badger

the organization.

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Varsity Glee Club:
The last rehearsal of the year!
Iwill be held Monday night at the
usual time and place. Full attend-
ance is imperative due to the fact
that it is the final rehearsal be~-
fore our Request Concert which is

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Sumner Session hlours of Registration: 'to be held next Wednesday. All
For the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, in the Recorder's members who are unable to attend
office, Unive sity Hall, June 21 and 22, 9 to 12 a. mn., and 2 to 4 P. im.;! either rehearsal or concert are
June 24 and. 25, 9 to 12 a. in., and 2 to 5 p. mn. Thereafter 10 to 12 a. mn. ; asked to notify the manager.
daily. L. M. Goodspeed, Manager
For the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture, in West Engineer -___
ing Building, Jupe 21 and 22, 24 and 25, 8 to 12 a. mn., and 2 to 4 p. mi. EaSgm.Pi
For the Medical School, in the West Medical Building, June 21, 22, La im.Pi
24 and 25, 9 to 12 a. mn., and 2 to 4 p. m. Thriilb meigfrte
For the College of Pharmacy, in the Chemistry and Pharmacy;isalto fofiesit lh
Building, June 21, 22, 24, and 25, 9 to 12 a. mn., and 2 to 5 p. m.r Eta chapter on Monday, May 29, inj
For the School of Education, including Hygiene and Public Health,i Roomn 2013, Angell Hall, at 8 o'clock
Physical Education, Public Health Nursing, and Athletic Coaching and p. . m.
Administration, in Tappan I-all, June 21, 22, 24, and 25, 9 to 12 a. mn.,' Una E. Van Riper, Secretary
and 2 to 4 p. mn.
For the Law School, in the Law Building, June 14. 15 arid 17, 0 to , Field Geology-Kentucky Field
12,a. M. and 2 to 4 p. in. Station:
For the ESchool of Business Administration, in Tappan Hall, Jane 21, There will be a meeting; of all
22, 24 and 25,9 to 12 a. in., and 2 to 4 p. an. students planning to take Field
For the Graduate School, in Angell Hall, June 18-22, 9 to 12 a. in., Geology (Geology 125) at the Ken-
2 to 4 p. in.. and June 24 and 25, 9 to 12 a. in., and 2 to 4 p. im. uyFilStioinR m15,
For the School of Forestry and Conservation, in the Natural Science ; uk'FedSato nRo 55
BuidigJun 2, 2, 4,an 25 9to12 . . nd2 to 4 p. m. University Museum, at 1:30 p. ,m.,{
Buldn, ue 1 2,24 nd25 t 2 .i11ndI. Kraus tueda, May 2U.

NOJ STAIRS TO0 CLIMB
at the
HARMONY CAFETERIA
508 lAST WILLIAM STREET
Memortial Day Service
St - nd e wsThis Morning at 11100 o'clock
PREACHER: REV. HENRY .LEWIS

STUDET
WE INVITE YOU TO ENJOY A.
Special Hlome Cooked Dinner, 50c
Today from 1:30 to 10 p. mn. at
CLARK'is
Specialty of
Delicious Salads and Sandwiches

I1110% S. University

Delicious Strawberry Shortcake

Art Exhibition: _________________________________ _________
There will be an International Exhibition of Etchings, under the -
auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Association, from May 19 to May 30, in
Alumni Memorial Hall.
WitrCASHF
Sebool of Education: Registra tioni for Surnmier Session:
Students now in the School of Education who plan to register forj
work during this summer session may do so 0o] Monday, Tuesday, and,
Registration will take place in the onfce of the School of Education,S eodIij d
room 105 Tappan Hall. Hours: 9.12, 2-4.
G retchen K1i1ug, Recorder A SQUARE DEAL ALWAYS AT
Camp Counsellors Trip to Saginaw Forest:
Professor E. V. Jotter of the School of Fo estry has consented to leadU N VK
a party of students interested in forestry and conservation as part of
their preparation for nature study instruction in summer camps.Af r
The party will leave Lane Hall Tuesday at 3:15 p. m. Free trans- ' 8T4M
portation will be provided for those planning to go. Please call 4261. _______________
H. H. Graf ton ______________
I,'._____________________________________-----__---

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The fascinating COMEDY of
frivolou~s life. A chance to laugh and
like it.
THE KING OF THRILLERS
Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatere
PRICES-MATINE ES 50c, EVENINGS 75c
On sale at Box Office fromn 10 o'clock on every day.
Phone 6300. :
Cming:r "The Spider"

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was a good excuse to keep
your girl out late. It's funny
about these couples

Sore Seniors

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Leaving Us

will soon wish that thepi
started studying earlier!
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be fore they will graduate and
then they will be

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that remain will be

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