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slack uil meets at 4:15 in the League. Room of the meeting will be OLDEST MICHIGAN ALUMNUS, SOLE LIVI
0 I Y IU UL (m IScabbard and Blade: Meeting at Michigan Union at 7:30 p. m. OF CLASS, ARRANGES REUNION IN JUl
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members Music Section-Faculty Women's Club: Mr. Carl Gehring will enter- S. B. C., Jr.
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- tain different groups of the Music Section of the Faculty Viomen's Club --ichigan's oldest living alumnus, "Some o
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) at his studio, 1920 Scottwood Ave., this evening. Dr.John L. Stoddard, '59, is still o
VOL. XL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1930 No. 118 ~~ hale and hearty after celebratingwing yfv
i____COMING EVENTS. his 95th birthday, and hopes to at- versity
French Plays: Thursday, May , at 8:15, in the Lydia Mendelsuhnv e nd the 71st reunion of his class had one
NOTICES. Theatre, the Cerele Francais will present two plays: this June, he stated to~ a Daily re- bedrom
"Le Mstre d'Adami" a religious play o the 12th century. lut r rhshoeomMukeo
To the Members of the Faculty: The Alumni Association, in co- "e y r!'Aporrlgou lyofIe12hc r.-t e, n is hoe inaMuskeo ;bicer.o
operation with the University, is bringing to Ann Arbor on Saturday, Les Precieuses Ridicules," by Moliere. last vacation. "I really do not have
oeatio p with theUnieryis br eri s to AnnArorn oncatuday, Professor Henri Chamard of the Sorbonne will give a short address, to come to Ann Arbor to stage a
May 3, a group of alumni leaders for a series of conferences, concluding Tickets are on sale Wednesday and Thursday, at Wahr's book- reunion," he said with a smile, the su
Club of stAnnewere rev
Arbor. It is the earnest desire of the officers of the Alumni Association store for 75 cents. Cercle Membership tickets will be accepted as 50 "since for the past ten years, as the the stude
that as many faculty members as possible attend these conferences, edonly lving member of the class,peueohe4nh.o
particularly the one scheduled for the Blue Room of the' Michigan: have held all reunions here in Mus- toet
Union at J0:15 in the morning. Lennox Robinson, noted Irish Playwright and Di of Abby kegon. However, I have not been That wa
E. J. Ottaway, President, Alumni Asoiiation of the Unversity of Theatre, Dublin, will lecture on "The Stcryof the Irish Theatre," on back since I attended a smoker in dance in
E. J. Ottaway, President Friday, at 4:15 p. in., in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. 1904, and I want to see the new no wom
Alum ni Association of the Univ. of Mich. buildings, and the changes that ; Went to
The Geo ogical and Geographical Journal Club will meet on Thurs- have taken place on the campus were thi
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day, May 1, 1930, in Room 2054 Natural Science Bldg., at 8:00 p. m. since I left." in the m
Tickets for Individual May Festival Concerts: Tickets for individual Professor K. C. McMurry will talk on "Field Mapping in Michigan." Dr. Stoddard has kept in active to my kn
May Festival concerts will be placed on sae at the general office of touch with University affairs ever eds at A
the School of Music on Maynard Street, Saturday morning, May 3, at 8:30 Business Administration Club: Professor Paton of the School of since his graduation.. For five years The st
o'clock. At that time al unsol: season ticket; will be broken up for Business Administration, will speak on the various phases of accounting he had a farm near Jackson, and were no
individual concerts as follows: as a profession, on Thursday evening, May 1. at 7:10, in Room 318, then in 1865-66 he came back to rlems son
Main Floor, $2.50; Michigan Union. Those interested are invited to attend. the university to take a course in today.
First Balcony, $2.00. "medical lectures," which at thatated dr
Second Balcony, $1.50, $1.00. The Political Science Journal Club will meet on Thursday, May 1, at time was the name for the med- * wine eac
Season tickets are still available at $.00, $7.00 and $.00 each. 3:00 p. m., in 2035 Angell Hall. ical school. After two years, he "Our fra
Charles A. Sink transferred to Bellevue Hospital . ;above a
________ I All-Campus Open Forum: E. R. Sunderland, L.L.D., Professor of college, and received his M. D. ed to t
Law, will talk on the subject"ThesEthics of Law'' in Room D of Alumni there. He practiced medicine in he retired AumndD o fcollege.aH ecied inM.rDdfrom the active practice, has bit
a y Wsk n neom umer tu s B rk f r adr M i a p. in. Thursday, May . The pblic is cordially Michigan, Florida, and Montana and moved to Muskegon. J chew in
board are asked to commiunicate with Mrs. Bacher at the Advisers invited. _ until about twelve years ago, when Dr. Stoddard remembered many hard to
Office. -__
Sunday Evening Convocation: Dr.
EVENTS TODAY Rufus M. Jones, of Haverford Col-
Psychology 122 and 167: Make-up miclsemestcr examinations will be lge, Haverford, Pa., will speak at
given at 4 o'clock in room 2125, Natural Science Building. ill auditorium, Sunday evening,
May 4, at 8 o'clock.AN
Honors Group in Political Science will meet in the Michigan League
Building at 7:15 p. m. University Cb: Annual meet-
ing and election of officers Friday
Sociology 201 and 230: Next meeting of the seminar will be held evening, 8:15.
at 7:30 p. M. in room 104 Economics Bldg. Program: Prof. A. G. Canfield,
and President Ruthven on "Re-.
Rhetoric 190 (Drama II) The winning play will be 'read in class search."dn h n
tonight; Mr. Lennox Robinson will discuss the play. The class will {
start promptly at 7:15. HOLY CROSS COLLEGE - In
Forestry: All students expecting to attend Camp Filibert Roth response to a request sent out by I
this summer, please meet in room 2039 Natural Science Building, at 5, the college newspaper as to the I A } r..rfa I
A a £AAZLd numbZ..~.. rJ @~

G MEMBER
NE WITH SELF
f his undergraduate life.
f us lived in the south
what is now known as Uni-
hall. My roommate and I
room which served us as
study, and sometimes
lay the astonishing figures
ealed which showed that
nts in attendance number-
which however, included
king the medical lecture;.
s quite a goodsized atten-
those days. There were
en students when I first
school, but later there
ee permitted to take part
nedical lectures, and they,
owledge, were the first co-
.nn Arbor."
udents of the late fifties
t worried with two prob-
ne people still worry about
"President Tappan advo-
inking a glass of beer or
h day," said Dr. Stoddard.
ternity meeting room was
beer garden. I am inclin-
hink that the government
ten off more than it can
prohibition; it is extremely
enforce a sumptuary law.

P. m.-
Mimes: There will be a meeting today in the theatre at 5 o'clock.
All members are requested to be present.
Junior Engineers who are members of the Class Championship
Teams are requested to be at Spedding's Photo Studio at 5:15 p. it.
Those who have won the championship sweaters are to wear them;
the rest should come in Engineering Jackets. For a complete list of
names see the main bulletin board on the second floor of the oWest
Engineering Building.
The Astronomy Colloquium will be held at 4:30 p. m. in the Observ-
atory classroom. Dr. W. C. Rufus will present a paper on "Zeta Gemi-
norum." All those interested are cordially invited.
Physics Colloquium: Mr. H. N. Kozanowski, will talk on the "Shot
Effect of the Emission from Oxide Cathodes," at 4:15 in room 1041, East
Physics Building.
A. S. M. E. meets at 7:30 p. in. in room 229, E. Eng. Prof. W. E. Lay
will give an interesting and illustrated talk on "The New Packard
Diesel Engine." The society will then elect new officers and discuss the}
proposed visit to the Detroit A. S. M. E. meeting

courses most appreciated the fol-
lowing was received. "The out-
standing course at Holy Cross is
the Greek course. It has trained
my will, fortified my patience
against the stormy attacks of fel-
low arbiters, and satisfied my man-
ia for puzzles. Oh, what a course!"I

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Beginning May 3 Tickets

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Aeronautical Society and Glider Section: Important meeting at
7:30 p. m., in room 348 W. Eng. Bldg. Election of officers for both
Aero Society and Glider Section. Showing of Inter-Collegiate Contest
Film and announcement of plans for Intercollegiate free tour through
eastern U. S.

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Orchesis: Qrchesis and the class in tap
tonight.

dancing will not meet

Michigan Union Tryouts will meet
in the Student offices at 4 o'clock!
to arrange for the supervision of'
tournaments sponsored by the-'-
house committee.
Harold 0. Warren
Professor Conrad H. Moehlman,
of the Colgate-Rochester Divinity
School, will deliver a lecture this
afternoon at 4:15 in the Natural!
Science Auditorium under the aus-
pices of the Michigan School of Re-)
ligion. The subject of this lecture
will be "Puritanism and Education."i

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