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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
:. the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)
VOL. XL. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1930 No. 110
KOSLOWSKI TO SHOW COI
OF LATVIAN STAMPS
LLECTION 1 MAN IN NIGHTGOWN AND NEOPHYTE
AT MEETiNG 'PROVE NUISANCES TO POICEMEN r~
The third series of exhibitions, ski, who is the best authority on- .
accompanied by lectures, by fore- Latvia in Detroit, has arranged hiSi Initiate, Night Shirt, and Taxi Detroit, but toward the police sta-
most collectors of Michigan will be singularly complete collection with Driver Disturb Ann Arbor tion. Noticing his plans changedI
given at the meeting of the Ann reference to historical and geog-
Arbor stamp club at 8 o'clock Sat- raphical data. It has won many re- Police Force. cab dor jupseg ou nd h
gional prizes, as well as taking aa or, jumped out and dashcc
urday night in room 408 of the Ro- medal at the recent national exhi- A man in a night shirt, a taxi up Arbor street, his night shirt
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University Lecture: J. B. Condliffe, Director of Research for the
Institute of Pacific Relations, formerly Professor of Economics at Can-
terbury College, Christchurch, New Zealand, will lecture on "The In--
dustrial Revolution in the Pacific Area" at 4:15 p. in., Friday, March 7,
in Natural Science Auditorium. The public is cordially invited. .
Frank E. Robbins
To the Recorders of the Various Schools and Colleges: Will you
please send me your reports on non-quota immigrant students who have
enrolled for work this semester, or who completed work for a degree at
the close of the first semester, at the earliest possible date? The Com-
missioner General of Immigration is calling for this information.
Shirley W. Smith
To All Fraternities: Fraternities are reminded of the fact that the
rules of the Interfraternity Council provide that "No student shall be
initiated into a fraternity without a certificate of scholastic eligibility
to be issued by the Dean of Students." Before holding an initiation a fra-
ternity should call at the office of the Dean of Students for this cer-
.. A. Bursley, Dean of Students
Unvaccinated Students: Students now in the University who have
never had a successful vaccination against smallpox are notified that
there is danger from that disease at the present time. They are ac
cordingly advised to report to the Health Service for vaccination in the
mVarren E. Forsythe, M. D. ;
School of Music Concert: The School of Music Orchestra, Samuel
P. Lockwood, conductor, assisted by Dalies Frantz, will give the following'
program in Hill Auditorium, Sunday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. The
general public is invited to attend.
Keler-Bela: Overture Comique, Op. 74; Svendsen: Symphony D
major, Op. 4 (omitting third movement? Moto allegro, Andante, Finale
(Msaestoso-Allegro Assai); Grieg: Sigurd Jorsalfar, Op. 56, Prelude, In-
termezzo, March; Grieg: The Last Spring, Op. 34, No. 2; Mozart: Ave
Verum (a motet); Tchaikovsky: Elegy, D major, from the Serenade Op.
48. (String Orchestr) Liszt: Concerto, E flat, Allegro maestosoQuasi
adagio, Allegretto vivace--Allegro animato, Allegro marziale animato.
Charles A. Sink
Choral Union Concert: The tenth concert in the Choral Union
Series will take place in Hill Auditorium. Monday night, March 10, at
8:15 o'clock when the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, with Ossip Gabrilo-
witsch, conductor, will provide the following program: Wagner: Prelude
to "Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg"; Schumann: Fourth Symphony,
in D minor, Op. 120, Introduction-Allegro. Romanza, Scherzo, Finale;
Smetana: Overture "The Bartered Bride"; Grieg: Two Elegies for String
Orchestra; Berlioz: Three Fragments from "The Damnation of Faust,"
Dance of the Sprites; Minuet of the Sylphs; Hungarian March.
Charles A. Sink
The Black Oratorical Contest All contestants who have preparedj
for the Black Oratorical Contest will meet on Tuesday, March 11, at
5 p. im. in Room 302 Mason Hall for the assignment of places in the
preliminaries of this contest. Each contestant should hand in at this
time the copy of his speech and the statement from the office of the
Dean of Students showing that he is eligible to take part inAhis contest.
Preliminaries will be on' Wednesday, March 12, in the afternoon and
evening, and on Thursday, March 13, if necessary.
R. D. T. Hollister
College of Pharmacy: Because of a Chemistry Staff meeting schedul-
ed fo- 4:30 the Pharmacy Faculty meeting will be at 3:30 today in room
212 Chemistry and Pharmacy Building.
C. C. Glover
Visitors' Night, Angell Hall Laboratory: The public is invited to
visit the Astronomical Laboratory in Angell Hall to observe the moon
from 7 to 10 p. in. on Friday and Saturday nights, March 7 and 8.
Reservations must be made by calling the Observatory Office, University
657,, between 9 a. in. and 12 noon on Friday and Saturday.
W. C. Rufus
All Eligible Freshmen and Sophomores who are interested in work
at the Student Christian Association as a campus activity are urged to
call at Lane Hall any afternoon this week.
Senior Men in the Literary College: Order your Caps and. Gowns
now from either of Geo. Moe's Sport Shops.
Chemistry Staff will meet in Rco 21 2 Chemistry Building at 4:30
Mr. A. A. Hill will not meet his classes (English 107 and English 162)
Scabbard and Blade: The initiation banquet for the last initiates
will be held at the Michigan Union at 6:30 p. m. All initiates be present
in uniform and all actives notify the Vice-Pres. of their intention to be
present. Short business meeting afterward and all actives are urged to
Make-up Final Examination in Political Science 31 will be given
Saturday morning, March 8, in room 2023 Angell Hall. Students who
intend to take this examination should so report to their instructors.
James K. Pollock, Jr.
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Kar Kolowkiof etritwildriver and a pledge ;ekmng ad- McCain communicated withp-
K.arl Koslowski., Gf Detroit, evil:: mission to a campus fraternity'p i
show his collection of Latvian COLUMBUS, Ohio - Beans are mplice headquarters and officers
Itunmps and give a short talk. found to be the most popular food provided city police with a little were detailed to search for the
Latvia is one of the post war with the 600 students served daily work, a little fun, and a little ex- m
:ountries, and has issued a great: at the Ohio Union cafeteria. Cab- citement. man. Cruising about in the polce
number of stamps since the begin- bage salad is the one most favored At one o'clock Thursday morning car, they espied what seemed to be
ning of her existence. Mr. Koslow- by co-eds. Harry McCain, the taxi driver, was the object of their search. It
---------------- hailed at the corner of State street l wasn't. It was another nocturnal
Mineralogy 18 (Mineralogy for Dental Students): The examination and Packard by the man in the ' apparition, one who refused to
for the removal of conditions in this course will be held on Saturday, nightie. He commanded the cab- answer questions, who gesticulated
March 8, at 9 o'clock, in room 4082, Natural Science Building. man to drive him to Detroit. Me- wildly, and exhibited a slip of paper
Albert B. Peck Cain, astonished at the sight of the upon which was inscribed. amid!
bare-legged apparition in flapping skulls and cross-bones, directions
All Freshmen in order to be eligible for All Campus, Fraternity, white, conveyed his passenger, who for 'procuring certain traditional
Independent, and Inter-Class Track Meets must enter the All Freshmen had already entered the cab, not to hell-week objects.
Track Meet Tuesday, Mar. 11. Entries must be in Monday, March 10, -~~~- ~
at 9:00 o'clock.
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James Waterman Wise will speak on "Youth Movements Abroad"
in Natural Science Auditorium, Monday, March 10, at 4:15 under the
joint auspices of The Michigan Chapter of Avukah and the Hillel Foun-
Craftsmen: Short business meeting Saturday night at 7:30.
Round Table Club: Mr. David Diamond, a student of economics, will
discuss before the club his book on a new conception of property,
"Equilibrism." All interested are cordially invited. The meeting will be
held Sunday, March 9, in a room of the Michigan League to be noted
on the bulletin board.
Avukah will meet at 2:15, March 10, at the Hillel Foundation. James
Waterman Wise, national executive secretary, will discuss the Avukah
iovement. All those interested are urged to attend.
Varsity Band: Formation Saturday night at 7:15 at Yost Field house
in full uniform for Michigan-Wisconsin wrestling meet.
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By DR. ALFRED SCOTT WARTHIN
of the University of Michigan
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