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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

JOURNALIST WILL IFARCE ENDS RUN

PRESIDENCY CHAIR

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.

SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1930

No. 145

ON CAMPUS TODAY
Two presentations today, a mat-
inee at 2:30 o'clock, and an eve-!
ning performance at 3:25 o'clock,
will bring to a close the production
of "Her Cardboard Lover" which
has enjoyed a success at the Lydia!
Mendelssohn theatre this week. All
of the present company. which in-
eludes Amy Loomis, Lewis McMich-
gel, Robert Henderson, Minna Mil-

CONSTRUCTION WORK ACTIVE ON CAMPUS
Activities of the Buildings and;the University High school. AllI shrubbery and grass seed were
Grounds department were varied .three projects are approximately 85 planted, new floors were laid and
and more or less intense during;patd e lor eeli n
and mre orng intne dduiin per cent completed. rain spouts were repaired. In the
to the Lawyers' club received much General repair work was done on East Engineering and West Medical
work as did the new Mosher-Jor- the campus. More than 40 class buildings additional Moultile floors
dan dormitory and the addition to rooms and offices were repainted, were laid.

NOTICES.

Piano Recital: Raymond Morin, pianist, will give the following
recital in the auditorium of the School of Music, Tuesday evening,
April 29, at 8:15 o'clock. The general public with the exception of small
children is invited to attend:
Schumann: Sonata G Minor Op. 22; Debussy: La Cathedrale Eng-E
loutie; Debussy: Serenade for the Doll; Debussy: Doctor Gradus Ad
Parnassum; Respighi: Notturno; Prokofieff: Suggestions Diaboliques;
Chopin: Scherzo B Flat Minor; Etude E Major; Scherzo B Minor.
Charles A. 'Sink I

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Conrad II. lMoelinman, Professor of the Histor
Colgate-Rochester Divinity School. will deliver th
under the auspices of the Michigan School of Reli
Monday, April 28, "Puritanism and Capitalism.
Tuesday, April 29, "Puritanism and M'Irriage."
Wednesday, April 30, "Puritanism and Educati
These lectures will be given in the Natural Sci
Monday and Wednesday at 4:15 p. m. and on Tu
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University of Michigan Cficial Puli2ation:
announces the issue of the Bulletin on Conferences
in the Summer Session, which is No. 66 of Vol. XX
Official Publication.
Univevsity of Michigan Otikial Publication:
announces the issue of thie Bullet'n for the Scho
Summer Session which is No. 62 of Vol. XXXI of th
Publication.

y of Christianity at
ie following lectures
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agreed to return for the five week
dramatic festival which will b2 op-
ened on May 26 wi'. lie appear-
ance of Margaret Anglin in "Anti-j
gone."
The week following her appear-
ance in "Antigone," Miss Anglin
will be presented in "Lady Winde-
mere's Fan," the comedy of man-!
ners by Oscar Wilde. There will
then be three weeks of plays in re-
pertory including "Excess Baggage,",
"The Royal Family," and "Serena
Blandish." Mail orders are now be-
ing received for the series of plays
and should be sent to the Lydia
Mendelssohn theatre.

Regular Price $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
We are offering for one week

50C Boxes at 75c Bc

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jnce Auditorium, on WaiLer Willhams
iesday at,7:30 p. m.
oris A. Hopkins Who hasn't a'college diploma, butj
l is to head a university.-
The Editorial Office Dean Williams will become act-t
on Education given ing president of the University of
XI of the University Missouri June 5 succeeding Presi-
dent Stratton D. Brooks. The new
president, founder and for 22 years
The Editorial Office head of the University of Missouri
ol of Music for the
1e University Official school of journalism, is not without
degrees, for three institutions have
made him a Doctor of Laws.
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Senior Men, School o Education: Order your canes from Wagner s.
This should be done immediately, if you wish to have a cane..r

Boy Scout Work: Any man that has any evening free and is inter-
ested in Boy Scout work kindly communicate with Boy Scout head-
quarters, phone 7215.
EVENTS TODAY
Scalp and Blade: The banquet will be held in the Michigan Union
at 6:00 p. m.

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will meet on Monday evening, April
28, at 7:45, at the Michigan League
Building.

Hindustanee Student Club: There
will be a meeting of the Hindustan-
'ee Student Club in Lane Hall at
2:30 p. m., April 27. All members
and their friends are cordially in-
vited.
Stamp Club will meet at 8 o'clock
Sunday night in room 403 Romance
Language building.

Scabbard and
Military Office at

Blade Initiaifhn: All members please be at the
2:00 p. m.

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Soccer Football Team: All members are requested to be out for
practice game at 2:00 p. m.

Varsity Band: Formation at Mor-
ris Hall tonight at 7:15 for broad-.
casting.

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Hillel Players: There will be a se-
cond tryout for parts in the forth-
coming Hillel Players production at
the Michigan League Building at
2:30 o'clock. All interested who
were unable to attend the first try-
out on Thursday are urged to come
out. Many parts remain to be fill-
ed.
COMING EVENTS
Inter-Guild Meeting: The annual
Inter-Guild meeting sponsored by
the Wesleyan Guild will be held on
Sunday, April 27, at 5 p. m., in the
Auditorium of Wesley Hall, State
and Huron Sts. The meeting will
be addressed by Pres. Alexander G.
Ruthven speaking on "Essentials of
Morality." Members of all student
Guildsand religious organizations,I
and all other students interested
are cordially invited to attend.
Sunday Evening Convocations:
Henry Conrad Moehlman of theI
Colgate-Rochester Divinity School,
Rochester, New York, will speak at
Hill Auditorium, Sunday evening,;
April 27, at 8 o'clock. The subject!
will be, "Is Christianity Doomed?"
The public is cordially invited.
Flying Club: An important meet-:
ing of all National Intercollegiate'
Aeronautical Society members will
be held Monday, April 28, in the
Engineering Society Rooms at 7:301
o'clock.

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Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
Matinee at 2:30; Tonight at 8:15
CHIC-SMART-JBRILLIN T-GA Y

Over 500 Pair of Golf Hose

WILL BE PUT ON

SALE

TUESDAY MORNING

and CHARMING!

AT NINE O'CLOCK AT

The most polished comedy hit of the year
Don t Miss This Hiirious
Farce
Jacques Duval's Sophisticated Success

One Third the Original Price

GOLFERS:

£2

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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

TINKER & COMPANY
South State Street at William Street

Round Table Club: Rev. Thomas
Harris will discuss "University Pa-
ternalism" at a meeting to be held
Tuesday evening, April 29, at 7:45
p. in., in a room of the Women's
League. Public cordially invited.
The Monday Evening Drama See-
tion of the Faculty Women's Club

*AMY LGDMI +aEW' McMICiA L +
+ ROBERT 1tENDEPSON +MIHNA MlL L-t +
- AND A PPOFESTIONAL CAST -
"Delightful entertainment. Scintillating comedy. Really
superb. This reviewer applauds it!"-The Daily News.
MATINEE TODAY: 50 and 75 cents; TONIGHT: 75 cents and $1.00.
Box Office Phone 6300.-MAIL ORDERS NOW for Dramatic Festival.

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Day
Sunday
April 27

THE STUDENT COUNCIL
Presents
DR. DONAL ICH
of New York City
Speaking on
"What The Power of God Can Do To Man"
THIS IS THE FIRST SENIOR EVENT AND SENIOR ARE ESPECIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND

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