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TUESDAY. MAY 6, 1930


Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- ,


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ench Air College rI5IJ'DASSU~IMcES
to Open in October LIIILIfLLUIL
With Fifty Stdents BLAME FOR REPORT

Ident until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) (R, r .ociiedPassr,)
VOL XI.TEDY A ,13 o 5 . N. Durfee and Former Stut-I r. . **1 PARIS-France's "University of! Genera
I X..T..AMY 190N. dent Collaborate in May the Air," said to b the first in the forl
NOTICES Number of Law Review. l IA* world, will start functioning next:a
Action of the Admiistrative Board: The Administrative Board of ( g ! October.
the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts has taken the following SHARTEL ENDS SERIES Fifty students will bn, chosen
action: +",{e c +!.WASII
VMr. Sam Hartman has been placed on Probation andl recorded with( Prof. E. N. Durfee, of the Law j * from a mass of applicants that al-
a grade of }' in Mathematics 1 because of dishonesty in the written school, and Austin Fleming, De- redIubr20 of Army
work of that course. 'troit attorney and at one time a I All aspects of aviation are to bei
W. R. Humnphreys student editor of the Michigan Law considered i the m1~ay courses the Stat
"PFo the Administative Board I Review, have collaborated in con- 1 utied foahiygvrnen;tere
Itributing to the May issue of the souled fortranhirgenntorhBord c
Univem!ity Lecture--Chanc- of Title: Mrs. Dorothea Waley Singer, l Review, the leading article, "Res scolt riIi nier o or
of Oxford, England, will lecture on the subject "Alchemy" (illustrated)' Judicata and Recording Acts: Does i the future.ers
instead of ""Giordano Bruno, the Martyr of Science," as previously an- a(ugen ocud o-prisj e rrdo heArMnityCnln
nounced. The lecture will be on May 20, 4:15 p. in., Natural Science of Whose Interests the Plaintiff! is to be head of the school. A'Canalg.-
Auditorium._ Frank E. Robbins Has no Notice?" ig-
II_______% ministerial decree shortly will make chira
University Lecture: Dr. S. C. Lind, Director of the School of Chem- "The Real Significance of thej official the unofficial arrangements chara
istry, University of Minnesota, will speak under the auspices of the Baltimore Railway Case," also ap-jfo the creation of the sni vereity
American Chemical Society on the subject "The Chemical Behavior of 'pears this month. The author, MrfrIcotn
Hydrocarbons under the Influences of Acaivation" (illustrated),'on Tues- Arthur H. Rya2ll, 02L, of Escanaba,! For the first year the classes Gen. D
daMy1,a :5 r_ ar 65Ceia aoaoy h ulcis a non-resident lecturer on the k<f will be held in a private aviationj stand, 1h
a4:5pm. omiSCerilLarary ThpuicLaw school faculty and delivered' I trainin <YBawn
I codially invited. (~. w 1~~im school founded 20 yeas wuru
Frank 'E. Bobbin1s tolectures hrelast week on lg.Ift teuc
__________mricebeoeiuliotiiiesom. Eventually there will be school { port fro
University Lecture: Mr. Ernest H. Wson, M.A., V.M.H., Keeper ofI isinbuildings and laboratories, a bigthArodAbrtmo liacUnvriywiletuentesbjt Tetidadlstfasresfarlbayadanirueme- Gn
"Plant Hunting" on Thursday, May 8, at 8:00 p. in., in the West Gallery, three articles by Prof. Burke Shar- I already
Alumni Memorial Hall. Thie 1cure, which is under the auspices of (tel, of the Law school, in which he Y"'>Ihoused inomitarynbarruc slear lacenDer
the Department of Lands ape Dsignr, will be ilustrated. The public is points out the faults in the org an- Medcne'uDeH
cordially invited. Frank E. Robbins ization of the federal bench, and * jTene nvest i xece m Huv
propseschagesto crret temto be housed in the first of its own bal." II
Fraternities andi Sororities: At the rcqueSt of the Student Council, is also carried in the current issue Ariving in New Yok fromn England, the seventeenth Earl of Derby
no permits will be granted for fraternity or sorority dances arn the night of the Review, will see for the first time the annual Kenucky race which was named buildings for" the second school boad
of the Senior Ball, May 23. This month's paper deals with after his famous family. He is shown above witshLadyDciby landing Quit, egiaside frombter tehnial3,
J. A. Blurnley, Dean of Students the judicial 'removal of unfit district in New York.Q courses and laboratory research,1 conduct
' and circuit judges, the judicial ap- the university is intended to be a here 512
The History Department announces the following addition to its pointnent .and supervision of such PoadN toaltl98F O HG V ene fwrdifrain o eet
litof courses offered for the coming academic year. PI judges havingt already beencete con-rd nfomaton'nlegest
History 47 and 48. A general introductory course in American His- sicered. in the two preceding Clash ihLoyalists' O ST TROOPS Gera. adplnthtvry"
tory', designed particularly for students in the sophomore year. Lec- t it papers. Professor Shartel shows' !__ O S OG e'l rr ln ta vr three n
tures, Tu. Th. at 10, Room 231 Angell Hall. Section meetings to be ar- that the cngprosdi I -(By' Asocwed la"s) phase~le of avithugeomte tuying
ranged. Three hours credit. Throughout the year.i sirable and is possible without con-I WARSAW, May 5.-U-dyni, , Po- in Seep Iy Hollow are consuming ,psychology of fliers and the weath-
A. L. R. Boak stitutional amendment, land's new seaport, had its first ;Itiie last remnants of the freshnian; er shall be taught.
__________IIn the department of Recent Im-i political disturbance Sunday, when I 'cla v; igni Friday nigt, alumniP1T 0
Graduation Recital: Ilulda Kahan, pianist, a student of Professor! portant Decisions, the series on the 800 youthful members of the Na- whio 're ateaing will recal a Cap I'ritish-Canadt tianT
Albert Lockwood of the School of Music will give the following programI jurisdiction of admiralty is notable. tiiils raiain hc 4-N ~ ~ .- rp 1
at the School of Music Auditorium, tonight at 8 o'clock. The general' Prof. Homner F. Carey, of the Law1'1spatfetued Deaxedfog
public with the exception of small children is cordially invited to school, has con-tributedi to Notes 4 oe Marsha Pilsudski's gover-y:i usldeatrfomr- orng t (
attend. "and Comment a paper on Taxation mnt clashed witi citizens loyal to' In 1918 the Mitedl States was at (izy 4soeiated Pas~)
Chopin: Etude Op. 10 No. 12; Brahms: Intermezzo Op. 116, No. 6; Ibert: Inheritance. t yPlsdk.Iw .rwith Germ~ any. B egim had LODNMa6- ficaan
The Little White Mule; Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 10; Liszt: C n- o tt' Pc'1 nt ne ntl "i n re d y eHnatrmuiers, jn0te mpoetedasfmigh t o ythaBritish
certo A m-aj or.PotaLmdChpeofZtPhEtwilntictuninntadTa flcrnwsbigex
Charles A. Sink Tuesday ay 13 l emesar ret teLcradin t b;'p i iced by the refugees. When dirigible R-11 to Canada will be
}________Igiven byPrMaysor.eAllue Jinson tought tdt. iahn )0tin' date for the annua Cap Night Jdelayed for a fortnight or three
Archery: Preliminaries in Archery will start today and run-ithrough Mmbrsofterehmndebating team will meet with the coach drew nearu lgesztions aseoare'aires.wssi htrpist h
Thursday of th2is week. The finals will be next Tuesday. afternoon at Wnona Gerhardt, at 7:30 o'clock in the clubroom, tonightbyewapoicy orgaithocionea useo Ip'ws taildeleatorepfin, damaged
Yost Field House instead of this afternoon as previously planned. Anyjnepoiyfrtecasnbaueish'sal evo dmgd
student is eligible to compete.. COMING EVENTS. of the wool shortage. As the Bel- as it was being remodved from thei
Intramural Department Motion Pictur: Four reels illustrating native Indian Life in British gim-s were in need of clothing of jtehangrspi 4 ol o ecni
________Columbia have been loaned by the National Museum of Canada. They all kinds, these organizations be- 'petda quickly as was at first F EL
Mathematical Club:F A picnic for mathematicians and members of will be shown in Natural Science Auditorium on Wednesday, May 7, t' lr~vd that the caps and toques fortesi olaeCrigo
their families will be held Wednesday, May 7, beginning at 4 o'clock, atI 4:15 p. mn. p. in-. The public is invited. the fteshrnen might be of sevice aou tesMay oleve 1.ng
the Delhi Woods Park on the Huron River Drive. .Transportation can ( ccdngly. on Cap Night, h-eld on 1._
be obtained by calling Churchill, 5114. Bring along a lunch.an Lennox Robinson will deliver a second lecture, "Irish Plays, layers. Mayiv24 that year, the sole fuel of
adPlaywrights," on Thul'sday afternoon at 4:15 in the Lydia MVendels -the:jbonir aernifniturxe.sThed
Seniors: Caps and Gowns are ready for distribution at George Moe's Sohn Theatre. No admission charge. orftfaeniyfriue h
Sport Shop on North U. Get in early and avoid the rush before I'________pts and toques were dropped in
Swig ut Rectal of Poetry: A public recital of poems from Kipling. Dunbar., boxes, packed and isipped to Bel-
Swing Li. Riley and others wil be given in Room 332 Mason Hll on Wednesday : um. ~NI

I Lytle BrounRm on'~
HTasty Action on River
and Harbor Board.
(R7. Ass,+~,Ii''
IINGTON, May 5-Maj-Gen.
own, newly appointed chief
ienginee rs, testifying before
.Commerce Committee to-
ok entire responsibility for
:ent hasty report of the
of River and Harbor Engi-
)roposing that the Federal
rnent take over the Erie
rom the State of New York.
Gen. Herbert Deakyne, the
n of the River and Harbor
,hom the committee grilled
last week, was scheduled to
e his testimony today. When
ieakyne was called to the
owever, he stated that Gen.
Desired to make a statement,
pon the latter proceded to
onus of ,the Erie Canal re-
in his subordinate.
Brown admitted that Gcn.
e had been subjected to
pressure from Reps. S. Wal-.
,npsey of New York and Wil-
all, of Illinois, "to do some-
hith regard to the Erie Ca-
le denied, however, that the
lad yielded to this pressure.
)R UNIVE~RSITY--Research
fed by sociology students
ows that the average col-
ident loses about 900 hours
because of the scientific
minute loss" suffered in kiss-
day and every..
ou OU pices are
nsistent with
better quality.
West Liberty


Sigma Xi Lecture: Dr. Edward C. Kendall, of the Mayo Foundation,
will speak on "The Trhyr~oid Gland and Thyroxin" at 4:15 p, nm., in the
Natural Science Auditorium. All interested are cordially invited to1
German Department: The ordinary monthly meeting will take place
at 4:15 p. in., in Room 201, University Hall.
Geology 2: Make-up examnination at 4 o'clock, in Room 4054 N. S.
Business Administration Students: At 11:00 a. mn., Room 206 Tappanl
Hall, Mr. A. C. Farrell, of the Dennison Manufacturing Company will
speak upon "The Analysis of Sales, Order Getting Costs and Order'
Handling Costs." This lecture is intended primarily for members of
personnel management and accounting classes but others interested
are cordially invited to attend.
Physics Colloquium: Mr. J. S. Donal, Jr., will talk on "Studies in
Abnormal Shot Effect," aL 4:15 in Boom 1041, East Physics Building.
Graduate Luncheon for Chemical Engineers will be held at 121
o'clock in room 3201 East Engineering Building'.'
Alpha Nu Members and visitors are invited to attend an open -
forum discussion of current questions. The meeting will be called
promptly at 7:30 p. mn., in room 4002 Angell Hall.'
Adelphi House of Representatives: The Adelphi-Alpha Nut' debate
has been postponed for one week. Prof. Sellars will address tonight's
meeting, speaking on American Democracy. The annual Honors Award
election will also be held. Visitors welcome.
Junior Engineers Baseball Team: Game today at 4:00 p. mn., on
Diamond No. 6. Be prompt.
Phi Epsilon Kappa .meets in Room 306 of the Union at 7:30 p. n-.
Tat: Beta Pi dinner meeting at 6:15 p. in. in the Union.

afternoon, May 7, at 4:00 o'clock by students,-fromn the classes in orail
interpretation. Those interested are cordially invited to attend.
Summer Employment: A representative of the H. J. Heinz Co. willt
be at the Michigan Union all day Wednesday, May 7, t~o interview men
who desire summer employment. Farm experience required. Freshmen1
and sophomores preferred. Sign time schedule for interview at the1
Students Employment Bureau, Room 2, University Hail.
Summer Employment: A representative of the Mandeville & Kin,
Seed Co. will be in Room 306 of the Michigan Union, Wednesday, May
7, between 10:00 a. mn. and 5:30 p. in. to' interview men who desire~
summer employment. These positions pay a straight salary and all
expenses. Selling experience helpful but not required.
j Chemistry Colloquium will meet Wednesday, May 7, at 4:00 pa. mu.,
in Room 300 Chemistry Building. Mr. G. 11. Scheffler will talk onr
"Adsorption from binary solutions."
Junior Research: The regular May meeting has been p~ostponed
until May 13 in order that our members may attend the annual rteeyting
of Sigma Xi.

ELi uno does not deprive one of
thnree minutes of life as has been
alie 'er by scientists, according to
dean L y'mar of the Pharmacy Col-
leg here. He stated that there is
no hrarm in osculating, providing
no) germ is transferred.

On the Hurons River at the Foot of Cedar Street

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Bring in your

order for


Class Meeting: Senior Engineers, Wednesday, Ma-y
tin room 348 West Engineering Bldg.
Cercie Francais: Special meeting' on Wednesday, May'
the Women's League building. A program of French
presented. All members are cordially invited to attend.

7, at 9 a. mn.,
7, at 8p. in., in1
music will beI

Let us show you the new and exclusive styles of
Special price to" University girls on Wedding Invitations
and Announcements.


Clhi Gamma Phi meets at 3:15 p. in. in the Geography seminar room.
Christian Science Organization meets in th-e Chapel of the MichiganI
,gue Building at 8:00 p. mn.

Pi Lambda Theta: Important meeting on Wednesday, May 7. in
the Women's League Bldg. Election of oflicers will take place at 4:15
I Michiganensian Business Staff meets Wednesday at 4 p. n-.
Faculty Rifle Shooting Contest: Any faculty member desiring to
take part in the faculty rifle shooting contest should report at the R. 0.
I T. C. headquarters between 7:30 and 8:30 Wednesday night, at which
time the contest will be held. All equipn-ent is furnished.M_
Play Production Offers
'Whiteheaded Boy"

a nd naturalness
without f u s s or
frills. A- Portrait

Lennox Robinson

by Dey for


itti £"

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