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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY )

TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1930.-I

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DAILY OFFIC'IAL BULLETIN

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)

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VOL. XL.

TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1930

No. 137

NOTICES.y
Faculty College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Midsemester!
report cards are now being..distributed through the Campus messenger
service. Instructors are requested to report before Spring Vacation if
possible, in any case not later than April 23, the names of all students
whose standing is at this time D or E. These grades should not indi-
cate merely the mark received on the midsemester examination, if such
an examination is given. More cards, if needed, can be had at my office.'
These cards should be used only for reports of the work of students en-
rolled in this College.-

W. R. Humphreys, Asst. Dean.

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Fraternity and Sorority Presidents: You are reminded that a list of
members and pledges of your fraternity for the second semester must
be filed in the office of the Dean of Students, Room 2, University Hall.
Blank forms for such a list should be secured from that office.
J. A. Bursley, Dean of Students.
University Staff: Surplus stock of trees will be available at the
School of Forestry and Conservation Nursery from April 11 to 19.
Organ Recital: Paler Christian, head of the organ department of
the School of Music, presents Wilhelmina Bixel in a graduation recital
Wednesday in Hill Auditorium at 4:15. The general pubic is invited
to attend. The program is as follows:
Bach: Fantasia and Fugue in G Minor; Bach: Choral Prelude, "O
Sacred Head"; Btarg-Elert: Pastel No. III; Karg-Elert: Improvisation
(basso astinato e fughetto) ; Franck: Choral in A Minor; Gigout: Scherzo;
Grieg: Nocturne; Bonnet: Etude de Concert.
Charles A. Sink
Piano Recital: Elizabeth Davies Gould, a Juilliard Musical Foun-
dation Scholarship student at the School of Music, will give a
program of piano numbers in the School of Music Hall on Maynard
Street, Thursday evening, April 10, at 8:15 o'clock. Mrs. Gould, whose
home is in Toledo, Ohio, has been a student in the School of Music for
several years, and on account of her talent and ability was provided
with a scholarship by the Juilliard Musical Foundation. She has won
great distinction as a solo performer and also as an exponent of two
piano playing. The general public with the exception of small children
is invited to attend the concert. Charles A. Sink
Students' Recital: The following pupils of Lucile Graham Schoen-'
feld, of the School of Msic, will give a recital. in the School of Music
Auditorium, at 8 p. m. Wednesday night. The general public is cordially
invited to attend.
Margaret Emery, Frances Bonisteel Mary Jayne Bradley, Virginia
Osgood, Barbara Nan Berry, Roberta Washington, Betty Dice, Edna;
Gustin, Helen Smith, Marjorie Curdy, Mary Jean Walton, Richard Mann
and Phyllis Brumm, pupils of Thelma Newell, violinist, will also partici-1
pate as will Janet Tuttle, pupil of Nora Crane Hunt. Miss Tuttle will
be accompanied by Emily Phillips.1
Charles A. Sink
Student's Recital: Philip Stern, pupil of Professor Albert Lockwood
of the School of Music, will give the following program, Tuesday night
at 8:15 o'clock in the School of Music Auditorium. The general public
with the exception of small children is cordially invited to attend:
Brahms: Ballade op. 118 No. 4; Bach: Toccata, Introduction-Allegro-'
Andante-Allegro; Beethoven: 32 Variations; Chopin: Etude Op. 25 No.
9; Nocturne Op. 15; Scherzo B flat minor; Liszt: Canzonette of Salvator
Rosa; Valse A flat; Etude of Paganini (La Chess).Charles A Sink
Students College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Except under
extraordinary circumstances, courses dropped after April 11 will be re-
corded with the grade of E.
W. R. Humphreys, Asst. Dean.
Students, School of Education: Permission to drop courses without
"E" grades will not be given after Friday, April 11, except under extra-
ordinary circumstances.
No course is considered officially dropped unless it has been reported
in the office of the Recorder of the School of Education, 105 Tappan"
Hall. Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder
University Women: Any woman who keeps residence in her house
during the spring vacation is responsible for House Rules.
Late returns should be arranged with the house head in advance,
and registered on the Signing-Out Slips.
Grace Richards
Senior Aeronautical Engineers: Due to the present industrial situa-
tion there will be a scarcity of openings with the aeronautical indus-
tries by June. Since our course follows rather closely that in Mechani-
cal Engineering, our graduates can qualify satisfactorily for positions
in other branches of engineering employing among others mechanical
engineers also. Professors L. M. Gram, H. C. Anderson, B. F. Bailey, and I
A. H. White have very kindly consented to have our Aeronauticals avail
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 d'epartments. 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-
gineering Department).
F. W. Pawlowski I
Tau Beta Pi members from other chapters are requested to become
active in the Michigan Gamma Chapter. They may do so by communi-
cating with .George Holbrook, 'phone number 8770.I
Hillel Athletics: All those interested in entering a team or playing
in the Hillel Foundation Indoor Baseball Tournament leave names at'
the Hillel Foundation.
Phi Eta Sigma: Initiation will be postponed until after vacation.
EVENTS TODAY.?
University Lecture: Mr. Robert Frost will read from his poems at!
4:15 p. in., Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Geology 3: There will be a supplementary examination given for
those who missed the regular one of March 28 at 3 o'clock in Room 4054
N. S.
Geology 31: There will be a supplementary examination given for
those who missed the regular one of March 31 at 3 o'clock in Room 4054
N. S.

be at my office, 1224 East Engineering Building at 10 a. m. to interview
students regarding employment with the department.
Mathematical Club meets at 8 p. m. in room 3201 Angell Hall. Pro-
fessor T. R. Running will present a paper on "A Graphical Method for
Smoothing and Extrapolating Data."
Physics Colloquium: Mr. L. B. Headrick will talk on "Collisions of
the second kind and their effect on the field of positive column of a glow
discharge in mixtures of the rare gases and mercury vapor," at 4:15
in room 1041, East Physics Building.
Round Table Club: Dr. Martin A. Larson will discuss "The Socialist-
Labor Party-Its Program" this evening in a room of the Women's
League at 7:45 p. in.
Michigan Union Executive Council will meet in the Student Offices
at 4 o'clock. Kennc2. Al. Lloyd
Tryouts for the Michigan Union will meet in the Student Offices
at 3:45 o'clock. Everyone must be present. Harold O. Warren
Gargoyle Editorial Staff: There will be an important meeting of the
entire Gargoyle editorial staff and all tryouts this afternoon at 4:15 p. in.
Michiganensian Business Staff and Tryouts: There will be a meet-
ing of the entire staff at 4:00 today.
Adelphi House of Representatives: Initiation or new members at
7:30 p.in. The freshmen will essay the negative of the Ontario Liquor
Plan.
Alpha Nu: Present day conditions in India will be considered at
the open meeting in room 4002 Angell Hall. at 7:30 p. i.
Men wishing to become members of the Alpha Nu chapter of Kappa
Phi Sigma will be given their last opportunity by giving a tryout speech
between 7:00 and 7:30.
Girls' Glee Club meets this. evening at 7:15 in the Alumnae Room
of the League. All must be present.
Varsity Glee Club: Girls' Glee Club: Will all members of these
organizations kindly appear at the rear door of Hill Auditorium at 8:15
p. m. for the purpose of rehearsing the Hallelujah chorus with the
Band? This rehearsal will not take more than a half hour. If you have
a Messiah score, please bring it.
Varsity Band: Rehearsal at Hill Auditorium at 7:15 p. in.
Tau Beta Pi dinner meeting at 6:15 p. m. at the Union.
Michigan Technic: Meeting of staff and tryouts at 8:00 p. M.
Chamber Music Society holds its annual meeting and tea today at
3:30 p. m., Alumnae Room, Michigan League.
Book Sho'f and Stage Section, Faculty Women's .Club meets at 2:45
p. m. at the home of Mrs. L. W. Keeler, 1135 Gi'anger Avenue. Mrs. A. D.
Moore will be assistant hostess.
Michigan Dames: Regular meeting at 8 o'clock in the lounge
room of the Women's Athletic building. A style show will be given under
the direction of Mrs. Collins.
Christian Science Organization meets in the Chapel of the Michigan
League building at 8:00 p. m.
COMING EVENTS.
University-Senate: A special meeting of the University Senate, at
which memorials will be presented appreciative of the late Professors
Wenley, Cooley, Curtiss, and Lane, will be held in Room C Law Build-
ing on Thursday, April 10, at 4:15 p. m.

News From Other Colleges -w MEE
Debate Team Flies West. instruct men who wish to earn
money by doing the various odd

Princeton University- An air-1
plane trip to Omaha, Nebraska, is
but one of the rewards for being on!
the Princeton debating team. The
team just recently. returned from
their aerial trip which was takenI
in order that they might lose as
little school time as possible.
Wedding Custom Explained.
University of Ohio-Our practice
of throwing old shoes at a bride
or groom is a hangover from primi-
tive' superstitions, according to Prof.
J. B. Berry. Early man felt that
the happy pair had to be abused in
some way to appease the jealous
spirits. Professor Berry, however,
did not explain why a similarly
pugnacious custom develops be-
tween the said pair later in their
married lives.
Another Strike at Harvard.
Harvard University-Labor strik-
es have been the latest worries of
the officials of Harvard University.,
A month ago it was a strike of the!
cleaning women who demanded
back pay that they claimed they
i were owed. Now it is a strike of
the university workmen who are
constructing two new dormitories
for the institution.j
Twin Teeth in Twins.
University of Iowa-Twins have
"twin" teeth, according to Henry
Stoffel, Mechanicsville, a student in
the college of dentistry. The teeth
are alike not only in size but alsoI
in uesition down to the most min-!
ute detail. The few differences dis-
covered have been attributed to en-!
vironment.
Housecleaning School for Men.
Ohio State University - Some-
thing new in the field of courses of-
fered university students here is the
Housecleaning school, sponsored by
the Y. M. C. A. Twelve inen stu-I
dents were graduated last quarter,I
with degrees in wallpaper cleaning,I
window washing, floor waxing, and1
general cleaning.
The purpose of the school is to
Lane Hall, Thursday, April 10, at 8
p. in. for the purpose of organiza-
tion. Old members and all others
interested are cordially invited. !
Black Quill will meet Wednesday,
April 9, at 4:15 in the Kalamazoo
room of the League.

jobs _prevalentU at housecleaning Couzens to Ask Senate Group to
time. Air- His Proposal to Halt
Soph President Kidnapped. Consolidations.
Baylor University--Two carloads 1CONTROVERSY ARISES
,f Baylor students bearing one of
their number heavily trussed spent! 1I Asso ited Pr css)
a great part of the night recently WASHINGTON, April 7/- Public
in a hotel in Waco, Texas. Although hearings on a proposal to halt rail-
police suspicions were aroused by way consolidation until Congress
the bound student, the party was makes further legislative provision
not molested when it was explained for it-probably with added govern-
that it was the occasion of the an- mental supervision-will be sug-
nual kidnapping- of the Baylor gested to the Senate Interstate
sophomore president. Much amuse- Commerce Committee Tuesday by
ment was afforded spectators when its chairman, Senator Couzens, of
the president was allowed to take a Michigan.
walk, heavily guarded by his kid- Senator Couzens, who introduced
nappers. a resolution seeking to stop rail-
________________ jroad mergers, said today that he
Writes Novel in Day. would submit the advisability of an
jIjinvestigation to the committee in
Marquette School of Journalism- view of vigorous responses to the
'Writing a novel in 24 hours won a resolution.
bet for a sophomore in the Mar- Considerable controversy has
quette School. A local moving pie- 3been stirred by the Couzens resolu-
ure theatre was showing "Seven i tn--for it would prevent the In-
Keys to Baldpate," in which a novel terstatr Commerce Commission
is ritten in 24 hours. The thea- from authorizing any of the many
tre offered to bet with anyone that consolidations envisaged by the
he could not equal the the task. The mammoth plan it announced two
sophomore took up the bet. Work- months ago after 10. years' prepa-
ing from 4 p. m. one day until 2 p. ration.
in. the next, he completed his story "The movement for public hear-
and won the bet. s yings is based on a desired to hear
more from the public and from the
Play Properties Sought. Ibusinesses involved," Couzens said,
adding that he desired to prevent
University of Minnesota - In acting "too quickly."
answer to an urgent call made by I "Everybody admits the need of
the Minnesota Masquers for red- new legislation simplifying previous
plush furniture, mustache cups, statutes permitting consolidation,"
nrih .iuzens said.
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aimanuque wnanois o De usea in
the settings of "The Show Off," the
attics of fraternity and sorority
houses were rummaged thorough-
ly, but it was not until the Salva-
lion Army had been appealed toi
that help was found.t
Debaters to Go Abroad.
An All-California debating team
consisting of members from Stan-
ford University, the University of
California, and the University of
Southern California will leave theE
United States on April 11 for a de-
bate tour of several weeks in Eng-
land. A series of fourteen debates
for the team is scheduled with Eng-
lish universities including Oxford
and Cambridge. Before going
abroad this California team will de-
bate with several American colleges
including Columbia University in
New York city on April 10.

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Phi Beta Kappa: The Annual Z
April 9, at 7:30 p. m., in Room 2003 P
and other important matters are to
present.
Military Science 2: Midsemester
examination will be held in room
348 W. Eng. Building Thursday,
April 10, 7:30 p. m. Bring blue
books.
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr.
Price and Mr. Lambert of the Nor-
ton Company of Worcester, Massa-
chusetts, will be in Room 221 on
Wednesday and Thursday to inter-
view any men interested in em-
ployment with this company.
II. C. Anderson
Senior Lits: Election of the class
orator; poet, historian, and prophet,
will take place Wednesday, April I
9,. from 1 to 5 p. m. Cast your!
ballot at Angell Hall, The Women's
League Building, or at the center
of the diagonal.
Literary College Sophomores:
Dues for the Sophomore Literary
class of 1932 will be collected Wed-
nesday and Thursday, April 9 and
10, at tables in Angell hall and Un-
iversity Hall.
Business Administration Club:
Professor Gault of the School of,
Business Administration will ad-
dress the Business Administration,
Club on "Advertising and Retailing
as Vocations" in Room 319, Michi-
gan Union, Wednesday. evening, 1
April 9 at 7:10. All students who
are interested in the subject, as
well as members of the Club are
urged to attend.
A. S. C. E. Meeting Wednesday,
April 9, at 7:15 at the Union. Elec-
tions.
Athena meeting will be postponed
until Tuesday evening, April 22.
Watch for further notices.

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Meeting will be held on Wednesday,
Angell Hall. Usual annual business,
be taken up. You are urged to be

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Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
Entire Week, Opening Mon., April 21
Every Night except Fri., April 25-Sat. Mat. at 2:30
(Immediately after Easter Vacation)
"Her Cardboard Lover" is debonair, snappy, swift, surefire and smart
stuff"-Walter Winchell in The Graphic.

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