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THE MICHIGAN

DAILYA

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DAILY'OFFICIAL 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)

The next and last number on the Cercle Francais program will be the
Annual French Play on May 1, at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Hygiene 102-Child Hygiene; Hy giene 109-Public Health Nursing:
Classes will meet as usual today.

R. 0. T. C. Drill:
Athletic o inonibooks.

All men attending drill today will bring their

VOL. XL.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1930

No. 14?

NOTICES.
Honors Convocation: The Seventh Annual Honors Convocation will
be held at 4:00 p. m., Friday, April 25, in Hill Auditorium. Mr. George
E. Vincent, formerly President of the Rockefeller Foundation and of
the University of Minnesota, will give the address.
Classes in all divisions of the University, with the exception of
clinics, will be dismissed at 3:45 in order thdt members of the faculty
and students may attend the Convocation.
Seats will be provided for members of the faculty on the stage.
They will meet in the dressing rooms at the rear of the stage in Hill
Auditorium at 3:45 p. m. Academic cotume will be worn.
A section of seats on the main floor of the Auditorium will be
reserved for honor students who will be admitted to this section on
presentation of the cards which have been sent them.
The doors of the Auditorium will be open at 3:45 p. m. The public
is invited.
Alexander G. Rutliven

Industrial and Business Administration Students: Mr. F. A. ComIp-
ton, Chief Assistant Purchasing Agent of the Detroit Edison Company,
will give a talk on "Scientific Purchasing" at 8:00 p. in., in Room 316 of
the Union.
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Professor E. S. Pettyjohn willI
address the Seminar at 4 o'clock in room 3201 East Engineering Building
on the subject, "Properties of Bituminous Coals as Influencing their
Behavior in Water Gas Generators."

The Research Club will hold the annual memorial meeting at 8
p. n., in room 1523 East Medical Building. To this meeting the members
of the Junior Research Club and the Woman's Research Club are cordi-
ally invited. The following papers will be presented:
Professor A. F. Shull, "Audubon"; and Professor W. C. Rufus,
"Kepler."
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 at 7:30 in the Society Rooms.
Aernautical Society meets in Room 348 W. Eng. Bd ds.The election

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University Lectures: Professor Marbury B.
University, will lecture on the following subjectsi
Museum of Archaeology, on Friday, April 25:
Friday, 11:00 a. m. "Virgil, The Pronhet of a
Friday, 3:00 p. m. "Cicero and Christianity."
The public is cordially invited.
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Oglo, of Ohio State
in the Lecture Room,

Saviour."

WOLVERINE TEAM I EDMONSON SPEAKS
TO OPEN SEASON BEFORE COLLEGES
.MOnto State Nine Faces Fisher ON TRIP IN SOUTH
Men in Baseball Opener. Dean J. B. Edmonson, of the
School of Education, returned yes-
(Continued From Page i) terday from a week's lecture tour
National Conference Expected the ball. Capt. Harvey Straub has which included the universities of
to Draw Graduates From been brought in from the outfield Florida, Kentucky. and Georgia.
the Entire Country. to second base in order to strength- "I found a great deal of interest
en the inner defense. Superko will among the school people of Flori-
Tstart at third, while Norm Daniels da and Georgia in the University of
OTTOWAY IS CHAIRMAN Iwill replace the injured Myron at Michigan." was the statement made
______ short. by Dean Edmonson upon his return.
Novice than one hundred and fifty Michigan's outer garden will be "Many expressed a desire to enter
prom ient alumni representing all composed entirely of sophomores. the University for Graduate work.
sections of the country are expect- Larry Butler has been shifted from Dean Edmonson spoke at the meet-
ed to respond to the invitation to the keystone sack to left field. He ing of the State Association of High
. will also lead off the batting or- School Principals held under the
be guests of the University at a der. Two hockey players will take auspices of the University of Flor-
general alumni conference to be care of the remaining outfield posts, ida and before the State Education
held here Saturday, May 3, in con- with Jack Tompkins in center and association of Georgia at its annual
junction with meetings of the Class IB ill Langen in right. mneeting at Macon, Georgia. He
'also spoke before the state meet-
Officers Council, the National Klink Will Hurl. ing oftheConference of Secondary
Alumni Advisory committee and the Coach Wright of Ohio will prob- Schools at that place.
board of directors of the Alumni ably start Ray Klink, veteran hurl- -___
er, against the Wolverines in an ef- MICHIGAN STATE - Extensive
organization. This gathering, ac- fort to annex another Big Ten plans have been made for the sec-
cording to E. J. Ottoway, '94, pres- game. Weishammer or Fry will get ond annual short course for hotel
ident of the Alumni association, is the catching assignment. Eugene keepers. Prominent men in the
in accord with President Ruthven's Fichter, sophomore star who is her- hotel, field will lecture here on such
plea to graduates to "know their aided as the greatest first baseman topics as relations with the public,
university" and the lat. ever to wear a Buckeye uniform, making salads and relishes, pastry
wnis yene principal activ- will hold down that position. Wes- baking, and hotel law.
ities will center around University ley Fesler, all-American end on
and Alumni problems, past, pres- Ohio grid teams, will be at second
ent and future. >ase tnis year. Mike Cline, another
A day replete with entertainment eteran, is playing third base, while
and opportunities for taking stock Tom Stull will occupy the shortstop 1
of all that has been and will be ac- position. Fontaine, a former pitch-
complished has been planned for er, Baumgartner, and Heft will
the guests. Tours, a general con- :omprise the Ohio outfield.
ference and a luncheon have been Lowell Wrigley and Jack Con-:
arranged for the forenoon and the Ion, sophomore flingers, will be
afternoon will be taken up by a geld ready for relief duty by the
Varsity baseball game, golf, or the Buckeyes. However, Klink may not
Mimes production of "Ten Night$ need help, as he shut out Kentucky! -
in a Barroom." with three hits early this season.
House Presidents of the League: The meeting of the Board of
Representatives will be held Thursday at 5 o'clock in rooms A-B-C oni \
lhe third floor instead of the committee room. Please bring all signing
aut slips up to April 24. AFTER
Elisabeth DeVol, Chairman of the Board of Representatives
UNIVERSIT Y
Eta Sigma Phi: Special meeting to consider plans for national
:onvention Thursday at 5 p. m., in Room 2013 Angell Hall. ! WHAT?
Facu ty Women's Club: The April meeting of the Club will be j{A practical secretarial or accounting
tomorrow afternoon as scheduled except that it will be at the home of course will prepare you for definite
vrs. Ruthven, 815 South University Avenue, instead of at the home emnployment.
f Mrs. Patterson. Hours 3:30 to 5:30. Beerin at once or with the summer

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University Lecture: Dr. J. H. Ashworth, D.Sc., F. R. S., Professor of
Natural History, University of Edinburgh (Scotland), will lecture on
"The Nervous System of Annelids in Relation to Movement," Monday,
May 12, at 4:15 p. m., Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture will be
illustrated. The public is cordially invited.
Frank E. Robbins
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Today, Wed-
nesday, April 23, is the last day on which mid-semester reports should
be sent to my offlice.
W. R. Humphreys, Assistant Dean
Faculty, School of Education: The April Faculty Meeting of the
School of Education (postponed from April 21) will be held at the
Michigan League building, in connection with a Staff luncheon, on

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of next year's officers will be held at that time.
Dance Recital: There will be a complete rehearsal of the dance:
program today in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre from 4 to 7 o'clock.
Scabbard and Blade: Important meeting at Union at 7:30 p. m.
Quadrangle meets at 718 Onondaga at 8:15 p. m.t
Portia Literary Society meets at 7:30 o'clock instead of the regularf
date of meeting.
Theta Sigma Phi meets at the Michigan League at 4:30 p. m. Election!
of officers.,
COMING EVENTS

Monday, April 28, at 12 o'clock. History 6 (106) Make-Exam: Students absent from the reguiar
' . 0. Davis,' Secretary mid-semester in this course may take an examination Friday, April 25.
at 3 p. in., in Room 4001 Angell.
Preliminary Examinations for Doctor's Degree in Education will be I
held May 8, 9, and 10, at 2 p. in., Room 4000 University High School. University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Will all individuals planning to take these examinations kindly notify Mr. Walker, representing one of the nationally known chain stores,
me at once, in case they have not already done so? will talk to those students who are interested, Thursday, at 4 p. m.,
Clifford Woody, Chairman Committee on Graduate Study in room 205 Mason Hall. Individual appointments may be made for
School of Education Thursday at the office in 201 Mason Hall.
i T. Luther Purdom, Director
University of Michigan Official Publication: The Editorial Office T.Lte udiDrco
announces the issue of the Bulletin in the Department of Speech for All-Campus Open Forum: A. E. Wood, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology
the Summer "Session, which is No. G of Vol. XXI of the University will lead the discussion on the subject, "The Breakdown of the Family,'
Official Publication. !Iin Room D of Alumni Memorial Hall at 4:00 p. in., Thursday, April 24.

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Economics 122 and 164: I shall be unable to meet my classes this
week. Students in Economics 122 should read Hoxie, Trade Unionism,
chapters 7, 10, 11, and appendix II. Students in Economics 164 shouldj
read Beard, Rise of American Civilization, chapter 15, and the firstI
four sections of chapter 17.
Carter Goodrich
Students-College of Engineering: Mid-semester reports for allI
students in the College of Engineering whose grades in any course have
been reported below C, are now on file and open to inspection by those
concerned, in the office of the associate dean, Room 259 West Engineer-
ing Building. Kindly see Miss Earl for the reports.
G. W. Patterson, Associate Dean

The public is invited.
Betsy Barbour Alumnae Reunion: The Alumnae Banquet will bc
held at Betsy Barbour House on Saturday, April 26, at 6 p. m. Al:
former residents of the House are cordially invited. Reservations may
be made before Friday noon by calling Carol Swartout, telephone 21616.

N-vn-Caucasian Club will meet i
Thursday, April 24, at 7:45 p. m.,
n upper Room, Lane Hall. Rev.
3. P. Marley will speak on "Race
Cooperation." All interested cor-
lially invited.
Colloquium in Applied Mechanics

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Ann Arbor Branch of the American Association of Universiti ill be held in Room 445 at 8 p. m.,
Women: Regular meeting on Tuesday, April 29, at 7:45 p. m., in the >n Thursday, April 24. Professor
Ballroom of the Michigan League building. Timoshenko will show a film on
Miss Alice Schalek of Vienna, writer, traveller, and war correspon- Iears. Mr. L. N. Holland will talk
dent, will speak on "The Epic Progress of Oriental Women." The lecture on television. Anyone interested
will be illustrated with choice colored slides made from her own pictures. will be welcome.

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Lockers in Engineering Shops: Those students whose names are listed Th
below have left material inrtheir locker during past semesters which asin
yet has not been called for. All such material on hand at the end of
this semester will be turned over to the Secretary's office for disposal,
in accordance with a ruling by the Regents. Until then this material
may be obtained from the Tool Crib Attendant in the Machine Tool reg
Laboratory. A
H. G. Bartling n
C. Shevinne nh
Galen R. Miller th(
William H. MohrhoffPa
Warren A. Prattdu
Allen H. Keally try
Harold J. LonI
William Duspenncey Fr
H. E. Harrington Tr
H. D. Davidson br
E. M. Spencer
B. E. Colwell

Senior Ball Committee: Meeting
ursday. April 24, at 7:30 p. m.,,
room 304 Michigan Union.
Beta Chapter-Iota Alpha: A
gular meeting of members will be
Id at 7:30 Thursday evening,
pril 24, in room 3201, East Engi-
ering Building. The speaker of
e evening will be Dr. Everett P.
artridge, Associate Editor of In-
strial and Engineering Chemis-
y'
Kappa Tau Alpha Journalism
aternity: Initiation meeting on
ursday, April 24, at 1916 Cam-
idge Road promptly at 7:30 p. m

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A National Organizer of a big New York Corpo-
ration--a pioneer in the successful employment of college
men-is stopping here to interview (Freshmen and Sopho-
more) mnen applicants for summer travelling positions in
interesting publicity work.

Stati
Colleg
1111 South L

Engineers and
onery, Fountain

Architects Materials
Pens, Loose Leaf Books

Typewriting and Pound
e Pennants and Jewelry.
University Ave.

Papers
Leather Goods
'/ Block from Campus

ohn D. Ferris, Michigan Union,, Room 401
IT IS UNDENIABLY PLEASANT THEY MAKE THE
FARCE GOOD LOW COMEDY BY EXPLOITING THE HUMOR
IN THEIR PERSONALITIES . . . ENJOYABLE AND WORTH

4. W. Boston
Men of the Faculty interested in;
the Intramural tournaments should
call 22101 for information. Tour-j
naments are now being arranged
in tennis, golf, rifle shooting, and
baseball.

BROWN GLADSTONE BAG, somewhere between M. C. Depot
and East Huron St. about 9:00 Sunday evening, April 20. Bag belongs
to a student who is greatly in need of contents, which are valuable to
n.n w lse. Name inside grip.

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Kentucky and West Virginia Coal
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French Lecture: Professor H. A. LIBERAL REWARD OFFERED
Kenyon will give an illustrated lec- Finder Please Call 4488
ture on: "Un vgyage en Espagne" at
4:15, in room 231, Angell hall.

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