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THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

', THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1930

DAILY OFF11IiAL 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)
VOL. XL. THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1930 No. 161
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NOTICES
Medical School: The Senior Medical Class will be excused from the
usual work on Friday, May 16, for the purpose of visiting the plant of
Parke, Davis & Company.
Executive Committee of the Medical School
Householders: Householders having rooms to rent to men students
for the Summer Session, and also persons having light-housekeeping
rooms and apartments available, are requested to list them in the
Office of the Dean of Students, Room 2, University Hall, as soon as
possible. Dial 6115.
F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean of Students
Seniors: It is suggested thut members of the graduating class take

ing test days are May 15, 19, 20, 22, 26 from 3 to 5:30 p. m., and May tmerli, Chief Engineer of Barnes, Gibson, Raymond, Inc., will address I
17 and 24 from 10 to 12 a. m. Those desiring to complete their tests this group at 8 p. in., in room 3201 East Engineering Building. His talk oast G uard Seks
this year should do so immediately. will be concerned with the materials used in the production of mechani-
cal springs. Elusive Run.-runner
Hillel Foundation: The tennis tournament schedule for singles and
doubles is now posted in the Foundation. All games must be played{. ; .,.aly,
off on or before the day indicated on the schedule or else forfeited. Freshman Advisory Group No.68: Members of this group may see ;aCICAGOI )
me with regard to elections for next semester, in Room 1011 Angell Ti. say C Gcagw
Hal frm 930to 0 ad fom1 t 1:0.Tribune saysMCoast Guard hcew
To all Those Expecting to Receive Degree in June: Early settle- L. G. Vander Velc alo a 200-il coast line hav
ment is necessary for the preparation of diplomas. In no case will the;begun the htt for a trmp steam-
University confer a degree at Commencement upon any student whor, loaded to the gunwales with Ca-
fails to pay this fee before 4 o'clock, p. in., May 28. In case the Faculty The Student Jouralist Club meets at 6 p. m. for supper at the naian liquors aid beer.
does not recommend any payor, the fee will be refunded on surrender League. Meeting at 7 p. m. at which L. W. Larouche, '22, of the Monroe Capt. John A. Anderson. of the
of receipt for payment. The above applies also to fees for all special News, will be the speaker. Room of meeting announced on the bulletin Central Coast Guard Station, re
certificates. board. ceived a tip on the rum ship late
Candidates for degrees or certificates should at once fill out card Tuesday froir a person telephoni
at office of the Secretary of their College or School; pay the TreasurerE Varsity d: Formation in full uniform with instruments and etoit h fbutlate
of the University and have card receipted, and file indicated sectiontoefi at Ferry Field at 3:10 p. m for ROTC review.1 investiti y Capt. Aer
of this receipted card with the Secretary of their Colo o School. -7vestigation by Capt. Andersth
Please do not delay until the last moment, but attend to this verified the man's statements, the
matter at once. We must letter, sign, and seal approximately 2,500 Michigan Technic Tryouts: The written quiz will be given to tryouts Tribune says.
diplomas and certificates, and we shall be greatly helped in this work at p. m. All tryouts must be pres-
by early payment of the fee and consequent longer period for prepara- ent. The last cut of the year will
tion. be made folowinIPthis

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*The Treasurer's Office will be closed each Saturday afternoon.

advantage of their opportunity to have a check-up medical examina- Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University
tion. Appointments at t"he Ileait S ivice may be received by calling __Round ' Table Club meets at 7:45:
23248. EVENTS TODAY 1t 8 p. m. All tryouts must be pres-
Warren E. Forsythe Exhibition: The designs made in the oonpetition for the Gieorgc G. V. P. Timoshenlro will discuss
Booth Traveling Fellowship are now being shown in the Third Floor "Aarian Problems in Sovic Rus-
May Festival: The Second May F1ivai Concert will take place this Exhibition room of the Architectural Duiding. They wil remain onia
evening at 8:15 sharp, in Hill Auditoriilm. The following program will I exhibition for the rest of the week.
be given: I-COMING EVENTS
Soloists: Ethyl Hauden, Soprano; Merle Alcock, Contralto; Dan Exhibition of paintings by Scandinavian-American Artists and by
Gridley, Tenor; Carl Lindegren, Bass; Paul Leyssac, Narrator; The Charles Hawthorne, afternoons, upstairs in Alumni Memorial Hall, daily Black Oratorical Contest: On
Chicago Symphony Orchestra; The University Choral Union; Mable R. to May 31. account of the Convocation on Sun-
Rhead, Continuo (Piano); Palmer Christian, Organ; Frederick Stock
and Earl V. Moore, Conductors. Highway Engineering Lecture: Mr. C. E. MClintock, of Warren. day evening, May 18, in Hill audi-
Honegger: "King David" a Symphonic Psalm, in Three Parts, after a Brothers Company, will give an illustrated lecture on "Bituminous Pave- torium, the Black Oratorical Con-
Drama by Rene Morax, For Soprano, Alto, Tenor Sol, Narrator; Bach: ments," in room 1213 East Engineering Building, at 4:15 p. m. today. test has been postponed until Sun-
Passacaglia and Fugue in C Minor; (Transcribed for Modern Orchestra ,This lecture is open to the public. day evening, May 25, in the Metho-
by Frederick Stock); Bach: 'Ma gnificat" D major; For Soli, Choru , - ist Church.
Orchestra and Organ. Seminar in Rhetoric will not meet this afternoot.
The public is respectfully urged to come sufiiciently early to be All Campus Convocation: Dr.
seated on time as the doors will b closed during numbers. Also holders The Bronson-Thomas Prize in German: Essays for competition for John . Lathrop. of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
of season tickets are requested to detach Coupon 12 and present it this prize will be written under the supervision of Professor Hildner will address the students and
for admission rather than presenting the entire season ticket. Program in Room 201, U. H., from 3 to 6 p. n. townspeople at a Sunday Evening
books will be on sale in the lobby. Summer Employment for Experienced Stenographers and Typists: Convocation on May 18, at 9 o'clock,
By order of the Police Department of Ann Arbor and the Buildings Miss Kennedy of the Detroit Edison Company will be in the office of the in Hill Auditorium. The subject will
and Grounds Department et the University, parking will be restricted Advisers of Women from 9:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. in., and from 2:00 to 4:00 be "Religion and the Social
as usual on the occasion of all May Festival concerts. p. in. to interview applicants for temporary positions. Appointments may Change."
The remaining concerts will be given as follows: be made with Mrs. Bacher at the Advisers' office.
Third May Festival concert, Friday afternoon, 2:30. A. 1. Ch. E., Student Branch,
Fourth May Festival concert, Friday evening, 8:15. Chemical Engineers: Any students desiring summer employment will hold their annual picnic on
Fifth May Festival concert, Saturday afternoon, 2:30. in plants may confer with me in room 4040 E. Engineering Building on Saturday, May 17. Those planning
Sixth May Festival concert, Saturday evening, 8:15. today and Friday from 4 to 5:30 p. m. and Saturday from 8 to 12 to attend will please sign up on
Charles A. Sink a. m. The opportunities for such work are somewhat limited this year. bulletin boards in East Enginering

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Conflicts in Final Examinations, Colleges of Engineering and Arch-
itecture: All students having conflicts in final examinations must report
to my office, room 3223 East Engineering Building, not later than Wed-
nesday, June 2. On the bulletin board adjacent thereto will be found
blank cards for reporting conflicts. These are to be filed as indicated
by the notice on mny bulletin board.
J. C. Brier
Sigma Delta Psi Tests will rot be given after May 1 G. The remain-

W. P. Wood Building.
Michigan Union Executive Council will meet at 4 o'clock in the Cosmopolitan Club Annual Senior
Student offices. Kenneth M. Lloyd ?'Parm1t will be held Friday, May 23,
at 6:15 p. m., in the Michigan Un-
Freshman Pageant: The first full rehearsal of the Freshman Pag- ion. All Foreign students and their
cant will be held at 4 o'clock oh Palmer Field. In case of rain this friends are invited. Tickets may be
rehearsal will be held on Friday at the same time and place. Peld at the desk in Lane Hall!
or through Mr. Carlos A. Guardia,
Ann Arbor Division, Detroit Chapter, A. S. S. T.: Mr. F. P. 7im- ielepflone 21293.

by
ROBERT E. SHERWOOD
with a distinguished cast of campus stars
Week Beginning Next Monday Night
May 19
'Mailorders now care Michigan Union
Reserved seats--fifty and seventy-five cents

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BILL SUTHERS, Directing
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TAKIN THE CITYBYSTO

CROWDS!

CROWDS!

CROWDS!

Our gigantic shoe sale commenced last Saturday-An imincnse
crowds filled our store to capacity every day-A response to our ad-
vertising heretofore unequalled-to the many who were not admitted
owing to the limited store space and for which we are sorry, we
bring this message, our stock is yet very large and the sale is still

under full motion-Come as soon as you can. The
Boot Shop, Nickel's Arcade.

J. Murphy

IT IS OUR SINCERE DESIRE TO PLEASE YOU
THEREFORE QUALITY AND PERFECT FIT IS
FULLY GUARANTEED BY US.
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NOT A SINGLE PAIR GF SHOES IN
OUR STORE HAS BEEN OVERLOOKED
IN MARKING DOWN PRiCES.

WE ARE GIVING YOU SHOE BARGAINS,
MTHE KIND YOU OFTEN READ ABOUT,
BUT SELDOM SEE DEMONSTRATED.

ONE LOT OF MEN'S FINEST DRESS OXFORDS.
BROKEN SIZES FROM OUR REGULAR $10
AND $11.50 QUALITY. THESE ARE ALL NEW
SPRING STYLES IN TAN OR BLACK. ALL FINEST
BENCH MADE MURPHY SHOES. TAKE YOUR
CHOICE UNTIL SOLD FOR .... . .

$6.85

YOUR UNRESTRICTED CHOICE OF OUR ENTIRE
COMPLETE STOCK OF MEN'S $10 OXFORDS FOR
DRESS, SPORT OR GOLF. SOLID OR COMBINA
TION COLORS. ALSO BLACK OR TAN IMPORT-
ED SCOTCH GRAIN. YOUR CHOICE DURING8
S A L E . . .... . . . . .. .. ......... . '

$10 WOMEN'S SHOES

$3.95

The last few days of enormous shoe business h
many lines broken an4 incomplete. These1
Women's shoes has now been assembled for qu
Posal. Marked down to $3.95. These groups
of oxfords, oxfords tie straps, and pumps in
kidskin, tan kidskin, brown calf, patent leather-

YOUR UNRESTRICTED CHOICE OF OUR EN-
TIRE STOCK OF OUR MEN'S COMBINATION
COLORS: BLACK AND WHITE OR BROWN AND
WHITE IMPORTED SCOTCH GRAIN. OUR
REGULAR $11.50 SPORT SHOES......... . ......

$9.15

has left
lots of
ick is-
consist
blonde
-snake
ar $10

YOUR UNRESTRICTED CHOICE OF OUR EN-
TIRE AND COMPLETE STOCK WITH ALL
SIZES, ALL WIDTHS, COLORS AND STYLES OF
HEELS. ITS OUR REGULAR $10 AND IM-
PORTED SHOES. YOUR CHOICE DURING THIS
GREAT SALE..............................
ENTIRE STOCK OF OUR WOMEN'S FINEST
AND NEWEST SPECTATOR SPORT SHOES
FOR.....................................

$8.15
$8.45

or doeskin in all style heels.
quality. Enuf said...........

Its our regul

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