THE MICHICAN DAILY
TTTPST3 AY, ter. TI 22, 1930
"' TUESDAY. APRIL 22. 1930
DAILY OfFICIAL BULLETIN
Iota Sigma Pi will meet at 7:30 p. m. at the Michigan League
building. Look at the bulletin board for the room number.
Varsity Band practice at 7:15 in Morris Hall.4
Christian Science Organization meets in the Chapel of the Michigan
League Building at 8:00 p. m.
MUSIC AL ROMANCE
OP~rIi ICI OFTADIT
Actions of the Administrative Board: The Administrative Board!
of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts has taken the follow-
Miss Elizabeth Reinhart has been suspended for the rest of the
semester and recorded with a grade of E in English 32 because of
dishonesty in that course.
Mr. Dale I. Miller has been suspended for the rest of the semester!
and recorded as Dropped in all cour.;es because of dishonesty in
E. .lHumphreys, For the Administrative Board.
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, University organist, will give- the
following program, Wednesday, April 23, in Hill Auditorium at 4:1 5. The
general public with the exception of small children is invited:
Dethier: Festal Prelude; Itagg: Aftonfrid (Evening Peace); Wagner:
Feuerzauber (Die Walkuere); Dubois: Fiat Lux; Karg-Elert: Landscape
in Mist; Guilmant: Choral and Fugue (Sonata V); Holbrooke: SouvenirI
de printempts; Borodin: Nocturne; Sinding: Rhapsody.
Charles A. Sink
Nursery Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet at 8:00 p.
M., at the Michigan League Building. Mrs. Herbert Mallory °will be the
Michigan Union Tryouts will meet in the Student offices at 4
o'clock Wednesday. Harold 0. Warren '
French Lecture: Professor H. A. Kenyon will give an illustrated
lecture on: "Un voyage en Espagne" Wednesday, April 23, at 4:15, in,
room 231, :Angell Hall.
The next and last number on the Cerele Francais program will beI
the Annual French Play on May 1st, at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Industrial and Business Administration Students: Mr. F. A. Com-i
ton, Chief Assistant Purchasing Agent of the Detroit Edison Company
will give a talk on "Scientific Purchasing" on Wednesday, April 23, at
8: 00 p. mn., in Room 316 of the Union.s
Everyone interested is invited to attend this lecture which is under'
the auspices of the Society of Industrial Engineers.
The New Moon,' with Songs Locally Currently
by Romberg, Begins Four Looking over- the current cine- e
Weeks' Performance. matic prospects, Screen Reflector -
finds Richard Dix's "Seven Keys to
Following a season's run in Chi- Baldpate" at the Michigan' through
cago and a record of 541 perform-
ances in New York City, "The New tomorrow, the Duncan Sisters' "It's
Moon," musical romance, opened a Great Life" at the Majestic
Sunday night April 20, at the Cass through tonight, and Janet Gay-
theatre, Detroit for a four weeks' nors "Four Devils" opening at the
engagement. Wuerth today.
The music was written by SigY - ,Wue rst "ee est ad
mund Romberg, American composer The first-"Seven Keys to Bald-
of the scores for "Blossom Time,'' ,pate--is a talking version of the
"The Desert Song," "The Student stage comedy which Doug MacLean
Prince," and others. One of the made silently a few years ago. It's
best known songs of "The New Dix's first production under the
Moon" is "Lover Come Back to Me." Radio banner.
Co-working on the book, FrankRu
Mandel, Oscar Hammerstein II, and The Duncan Sisters, heard for
Lawrence Schwab have built a story the first time and not seen since
around an aristocrat, disguised as a "Topsy and Eva," sing, croon, etc.,
bond-servant, who makes love to in "It's A Great Life," and that's
the daughter of the house. From 1 about all we know of it.
this background in old New Or- "Four Devils' has acrobatic locale,
leans, the setting changes to a new' if we remember rightly, and is well-
found island colony of Frenchmen worth seeing, one of the principal
where the young aristocrat mar- reasons being Miss Gaynor, also if
ties the heroine to protect her, but we remember rightly.
lives apart from the ungrateful And in Detroit.George Bancroft
spitfire, thus suffering in the best features in "Ladies Love Brutes" at
romantic style. the United Artists wherin e1,n
Every Night this week
,xcept Friday, April 25
Freshmen WLomien: There will be no rehearsal of dances for thet
Freshman Pageant 6uring the week after vacation. Student Recital of Poetry: On Thursday afternoon, April 24, ath
F4:00 o'clogk in Room 302 Mason Hall, students from the classes in the!
Studcnts-CoIe-e of Ei hmeering: Mid-seme'Aer reports for all oralinterpretation of literature will give a public recital of recent andj
students in the College of Engineering whose grades in any course have standard poems. The program is planned to last one hour. Those
been reported below C, are now on file and open to inspection by those interested are cordially invited to attend this recital.
concerned, in the office of the a&sociate dean, Room 259 West Engineer. R. 1). T. Hollister ?
ing Building. Kindly see Miss Earl for the reports.-
G. W. Patterson, Associate Dean The. Research Club will hold the annual memorial meeting on Wed. i
nesday, April 23, at 8 p. m., in room 1528 East Medical Building. To
this meeting the members of the Junior Research Club and the Woman's
Research Club are cordially invited. The following papers will be
Professor A. F. Shull, "Audubon"; and Professor W. C. Rufus,
A meeting of the council will be held in room 3012 Angell Hall, at
4:30 p. m:
A. S. C. E.: Special business meeting for the election of new mem-
bers Wednesday, April 23, at 7:30 in the Society Rooms.
Portia Literary Society will meet Wednesday, April 23, at 7:30
o'clock instead of the regular date of meeting. All members are urged
to be present, due to important business which must be taken up atj
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA-
By a law recently passed at the
University of Minnesota any co-ed
George conquers gangland abetted
by Mary Astor and Frederick March.
Coming Friday to the 'State is the
long-awaited "Kin~ of JazA' with
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found wearing a student's frater- Whiteman, music, color, John Boles,J
nity pin is liable to a fine of sixty Laura LaPlante, and direction by
days imprisonment John Murray Anderson.
International Tea: All students are cordially invited to the Inter-
national Tea on Friday, April 25, from 2 to 5 o'clock in the Presbyterian
Church parlors, sponsored by the King's Daughters.
Betsy Barbour Alumnae Reunion: The Alumnae Banquet will be
held at Betsy Barbour House on Saturday, April 26, at 6 p. m. All .
former residents of the House are cordially invited. Reservations may
be made before Friday noon by calling Carol Swartout, telephone 21616
The beautiful Simone
Hillel Players: Cast tryouts for
the next Hillel Players presentation,
a laboratory production, will be;
held Thursday night, April 24, at 7
o'clock at the Michigan League
building. All interested are urged
to try out. ,
Negro-Caucasian Club will meetl
in the Upper Room of Lane Hall.
Rev. H. P. Marley will address the
club. All interested cordially in- I
Poster contest for the Freshman
Pageant closes Wednesday, April
23. Bring the posters to the Ad-
visors Office in Barbour Gymnas-
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THE AWAKENING COLLEGE
DR. CLARENCE COOK LITTLE
Formerly President of the University of Michigan
Members of French, German, and Spanish Departments: Please
make reservations now at your departmental office for the luncheon '
of the Modern Language section of the Schoolmasters' Club on Friday,
the 25th. Walter A. Reichart
Notice: The Board of Governors, the Directors and the Residents
of the Martha Cook Building cordially invite the members of the Uni-
versity of Michigan faculty and their wives, the members of the Ann
Arbor Branch of the American Association of University Women, and
the Michigan State Association of Deans of Women, to tea from four to!
five-thirty, in honor of Miss Thyrsa Amos, Dean of Women, University
of Pittsburgh, on Friday, April 25, at the Martha Cook Building.
Men of the Faculty interested in the Intramural tournaments should
call 22101 for information. Tournaments are now being arranged in
tennis, golf, rifle shooting, and. baseball.
Alpha 'Nu officers and committee chairmen will meet at 7:30 o'clock
for a brief business session.
Executive Council of Michigan Finion will hold a dinner meeting
at 6:15 o'clock in room 133 of the Union.
Kenneth M. Lloyd
Dean's Advisory Committee; College of Literature, Science, and the
Arts: There will be a meeting at 4 p. m., in my office.
John R% Effinger
Eng ish 172: Make-up examination at 4 o'clock ii 2225 Angell Hall.
W. G. Rice
Daned Recital: There will be a complete rehearsal of the dance
program today in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre from 4 to 7 o'clock.
Over 500 Pair of Golf Hose
WILL BE PUT ON SALE TUESDAY MORNING
AT NINE O'CLOCK AT
One Third the Original Price
Here is a chance to pay yourself a dividend of
THIRTY-THREE AND ONE-THIRD PERCENT.
Your PROFIT is from 41c to $2.66 the pair
Original prices $1.25 to $8.00 the pair
THIS SALE WILL ALSO APPLY TO SWEATERS
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And an all professional
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gay, snappy, swift, surefire
and smart stuff."-Walter
Winchell in The Graphic.
Nights: 75c and $1
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