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VOL. XL. SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1930 No. 135
Actions of the Administrative Board: The Administrative Board of
the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts has taken the following
Mr. Harold C. Rubin has been suspended for the rest of the presentl
semester and recorded with an E .grade in Botany 1 because of dis-
honesty in the laboratory reports in that course.
W. R. Humphreys,
For the Administrative Board.
To Students Having Library Balks: 1. Students having in their pos-
session books drawn from the University Library are notified that such
books are due Monday, April 7, before the impending Spring vacation,
in pursuance of the Regents' regulation:
"Students who leave Ann Arbor for an absence of more?
than a week must first return all borrowed books."
2. Failure to return books before the vacation will render the stu-
dent liable to an extra fine.
3. Students who have special need for certain books between April?
7 and the beginning of the vacation may retain such books by applying
to the Superintendent of Circulation on or before April 7.
4. Students who have urgent need for certain books during the va-
cation, will be given permission to draw these books, provided they are ?
r.ot in general demand, on application to the Superintendent of Circu-
lation after April 7..,
Wi. W. Bishop, Librarian.
Senior Aeronautical Engineers: Due to the present industrial situa-
tion there will be a scarcity of openings with the aeronautical indus-I
tries by June. Since our course follows rather closely that in Mechani-i
cal Engineering, our graduates can qualify satisfactorily for positionsl
in other branches of engineering employing among others' mechanical 1
engineers also. Professors L. M. Gram, H. C. Anderson, B. F. Bailey, andi
A. H. White have very kindly consented to have our Aeronauticals avail1
themselves of the opportunity to be interviewed by representatives of
the various industries who come- here to select for employment senior
students of their respective departments. Permission is also given to
senior aeronauticals to consult the employment files of Prof. A. D. Moore
(Electrical Engineering Department) and Prof. R. L. Morrison (Civil En-t
F. W. Pawlowski...1
. Students, Colleges of iin"meering and Architecture; Removal of In-t
completes: In order that credit for a course may be given, the work !
in the course must be completed before -he end of the eighth week of
the semester of residence next succeeding that in which it was elected.
Incompletes must be removed before Saturday, April 12.
Louis A. Hopkins ,
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Any science students interested in becoming a Federal Food and Drug1
Inspector, please call at the office at 201 Mason Hall for further infor-
p,. ungu y y t e men:U UUU
"There is some hope for modern
MemIbers of the Women's Research Club are to be the guests of! Julius Puente, of Northwestern art, although some of the things Architectural Students to Hear
Mrs. A. G. Ruthven at the President's home on Monday, April 7, 1930, University, Writes Lead artists do nowadays sorely try me," Trout Speak on Engineer.
at 7:30 p.m. Miss Hide Shohara will talk:oi , "Physiologcainipes!ange." Article for NUmn er. was the comment of Lorado Taft,' Architect Relations.
internationally famous sculptor,
Chamber Music Society will hold its annual meeting and tea on "Principles of International Ex who spoke Thursday night on the Alex L. Trout, '05. Detroit archi-
Tuesday, April 8, at 3:30 p.ni., Alumnae Room, Michigan League. 'tradition in Latin America," by oratorical series, when asked his tect and engineer, will address the
Prof. Julius I. Puente, of the Law opinion of present day art " studentbody the College of
.Michigan Dames will hold their regular meeting Tuesday eveing , sho fNrhetr nvriy. a r. "I Achitecture on the subject of, "En-
ian D s il l the i re Wmen' Ted ning, school of Northwestern university shall always remain an optimist in gineering and the Architect," at 4
April 8, at 8 o'clock in the founge room of the Women's Athletic building, will be the lead article in the April this h o'clock next Monday afternooii in
A styletshow will be given underthe direction of Mrs. Collins. 1 v issue of the Michigan Law Review . pe vnh Ithe auditorium of the architectural
of students are cordially invited to attend.ia amism seems to be the most preva- building, under the auspices of the
jwhich will appear today. lent among the critics," he addedi Architectuaral society.
Round Table Club: Dr. Martin A. Larson will be in Ann Arbor to Professor Puente presents a eMr. aft said that this county In his lecture, Trout will discuss
speak on "The Socialist-Labor Party-Its Program," on Tuesday evening, thorough discussion of Latin Amer- i .ill always have great painters andithe ngineering problems that
April 8, at 7:45, in the Michigan League (room to be noted on bulletin ica treaties anent the surrendering sculptors only if we develop a real!architectural students will have to
board). All interested are invited to this discussion. of fugitives from justice, going love of art in this country. "The Ideal with after graduation,
j thoroughly into the subject of best way to do this," he declared Trout is a mrember of the firm of
Liberal Students' Union at the Unitarian Church will discuss "The treaties tween most of e Cen is to educateour ung chdr Malcomson. igibotham an
Background and Meanng of Liberal Religion" Sunday evening at 7 tral American countries and the to appreciate the works of Trout. Detroit architects and engi-
o'clock. Mr. Harold P. Marley will lead the discussion. methods by which offenders are masters." i neers, who are building the new
---- -delivered up to justice to the The 'sculptor continued thatMosher-Jordan women's dormitory.
Catholic Students: Beginning with Sunday, April 6, the hours of claimant state. "Most of us are living in a world of' In addition to being a graduate -of
Mass on Sundays at St. Mary's Students' Chapel will be 8:00 and 10:30 In the second of a series of three! beauty which has come down to usf the literary college, Trout has re-
a.m. articles on possible ways in which rug the aes but dwr ceived degrees from the University
- ----- - ----- - -+improvement of the organization h sing it." h'in chemical engineering and in
PLANS ANNOUNCED FOR SUMMER oftIhe f al bench my nbe e- Itis the belief and the hope of This is the first of a series of
fected within constitutional lines Mr. Taft that the universities canevnsbigplndbyterc-
SESSION OF EDUCATION SCHOOL !already fixed, Prof. Burke Shartel T t and will do much toward the fur- events being planned theAfh
~di__ssttectual society for the rest of the
Ci - idiscusses the supervision of district! thering of art appreciation. The semester. These will include other
Summer session plans for the'B. Buckley, Supervisor of Commer- and circuit judges. He shows that noted artist is not enthusiastic speakers, exhibitions, and theran-
School of Education have been an- - the proposed change is desirable
nounced recently in the University public schools. the propossdbchangehiutdesirable over the sculptures he himself has nual Architects' May Party.
and is possible without constitu-! done, preferring the great master- ----_____
bulletin of Education. The bulletin states that the pur- tional amendement. pie, ofeall t e gr whsei-
Several instructors from outside pose of the summer session of the Professor Shartel maintains that fluence he has been during his
the state are to be brought here for ! School of Education is to meet the the present faults in the organgza-
the summer, the article states, professional needs of teachers, tion of - the federal bench are of ntire career.
among whom are Prof. Arthur D. principals, supervisors, and admin- such a nature that "no amount of ?Y* Q TC
Wright of Dartmouth college, Prof. istrators who desire to increase tinkering with rules of practice or TUNIT SCOMPLETE VACATION
E.D rzelo h.Uiest ftheir efficiency through in-service itikein wthruesofprctceorSCEDLE
ennsyl ani, e Pofthea Univeresoi training More than 100 graduate f procedure will ever correct them. -THIRD C $LASSHUEIN
of the University of Minnesota and undergraduate courses are to Prof. E. Blythe Stason contrib- ANY LINE, ANY
President F. B. Haas of the State be offered in the philosophy and utes "Judicial Review of Tax Errors ACOUNTRY WHAT TO DO
Teachers College of Pennsylvania, history of education, administra- TEffect of Failure to resort to Ad- o a pCAMPUS TRAVEL.
Assistant Director W. G. Carr of the tion and supervision, psychology ministratice Remedies." .KOOK NOW. BUREAU
research division- of the National and mental measurement, voca- There are also the book review ATmIZEDSTrUSf At. Union Side Desk 12-2, 4.7 P. M.
Education association, Dean Lydia tional education and guidance, and and recent important decision sec- E. G. EBLER, A Lines fPhone 9142
Jones of Michigan State Normal in physical education. tions. 601 E HURON. ANN AR_0._
college, W. W. Theisen, Superinten-1I
dent of Schools of Milwaukee, Wis-
consin, Prof. Kenneth A. Agee of
Mount Holyoke college, President L.
R. Marston of Greenville college,
Prof. W. J. Grinstead of the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania, and -Harold
cial Education in the Philadelphia
Mathematics 7, Engineering see-
tion at 10 o'clock. A special exam-
ination for those interested will be
given today- at'1:30 in Room 3011;
Visitors' Night-Angell Hall La-
boratory: The public is invited to
visit the Angell Hall Laboratory on
the fifth floor, Angell Hall; to ob-
serve the moon from 7 to 10 p.m.
tonight. Reservations must be
made by calling the Observatory
office, University 657, between 9 a.
mn. and 12 noon today.
Beta Kappa Rho will hold a
party at 8:15 in the Cave- of the
Zoology 1, Quiz Section 12: The
assignment for Tuesday, April 8,
will be Chapter VIII.f
A. E. Woodward.
Prof. R. G. Walker of the Har-
yard Graduate School of. Business
Administration will speak on 'The
Reserve Principle in Fdderal Tax-,
ation" in Room 206 Tappan Hall, at
4:00 o'clock Monday, April 7. This!
lecture is intended primarily for!
students in accounting but others
interested are cordially invited to
Senior Mechanical Engineers and
Foresters: Mr. Rhodes of the Scott
Paper Company of Chester, Pa.,
will -be in Room 221 West Engin-
eering Building on Monday, April
7, for the purpose of interviewing
any men interested in employment
with this company.
H. C. Anderson. R. Craig.
SPRING and Joe
Parker's Cafe . .
the languor of the
waltzes ... the pep of
the foxtrots . . . all
foot tingling rhythms.
A strain of this music
and -then you'11
There is music each
evening for d i n n e r
and every night ex-
cept Monday for sup-
per dancing. No cover
charge. And so we'll
see you soon!
'C. W. Kelsey Management
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