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THE MICHIGAN DAILYA

FRTnAY, MAY 16,

DAILY 0 F F ICIAL B ULLETI N
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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K lRIrMEARS WILL T RY TO BREAK RECORD Parker Describes
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VOL. XL. FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1930 No. 162 fEntire Unit and Band Pass in
Review Before War Leader;!
NOTICES Students Honored.
Medical' School: The Senior Medical Class will be excused from thel
usual work today for the purpose of visiting the plant of Parke, Davis & General Frank Parker of the
Company. Sixth Corps area, reviewed the Uni-
Executive Commiftee of the. Medical School vriyui fteRsreOfcr
-versity unit of the. Reserve Officers {
To all Those Expecting to Receive Degrees in June: Diploma Fees Training Corps yesterday afternoon
Are Payable Now! Early settlement is necessary for the preparation of on Ferry" Field. The entire unit
diplomas. In no case will the University confer a degree at Commence- nm
ment upon any student who fails to pay this fee before 4 o'clock, p. m., consisting of approximately 500 men
May 2. In case the Faculty does not recommend any payor; the fee including the R.O.T.C. band, after'
will -be refunded on surrender of receipt for payment. The above parading before General Parker
dlies also to fees for all special certificates. drew up in a line of columns fac-
Candidates for degrees or certificates should at once fill out card ing the reviewing stand, and men
at office of the Secretary of their College or School; pay the Treasurer"who had made outstanding grades
of the University and have card receipted, and file indicated section n hd R.O.T.C. classes last sene-
of this ieceipted card with the Secretary of their College or School.i ster were called forward.
Please do not delay until the last moment, but attend to this
matter at once. We must letter, sign, and seal approximately 2,500 The General then presented med-
diplomas and certificates, and we shall be greatly helped in this work als to all who had stood first or
by early payment of the fee and consequent longer period for prepara-- second in their respective classes,I
and ribbons in University colors to
tion.
The Treasurer's Oiffce will be closed each Saturday afternoon. all those who made a grade of A
Shirley WV. Smith, Secretary of the University last semester. After the review the
unit was inspected by a board of

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 ofStudents, Room 2, University Hall, as soon as
possible. Dial 6115.
F. B. Wahr, Alsistant Dean of Students

May Festival: The Third May FPival Concert will take place this
afternoon at 2:30 shark,, in Hill Auditorium. The following program
will be given:
Soloists: Ruggiero Rici, Violin; John White, Baritone; Children's
Festival Chorus; Orchestral accompaniment; Palmer Christian, organ-
ist; Juva Higbee and Frederick Stock, conductors.
Bach: Concerto No. 4, for Solo Violin, Two Flutes and Orchestra;
Schumann: Lotus Flower, Schubert: Hark, Hark the Lark; Mozart:
Cradle Song, (Children's Festival Chorus) Mendelssohn: Scherzo from
"Midsummer Night's Dream"; Strong: "A Symphony of Song" (dhildren's
Festival Chorus) Beethoven: Concerto in D major for Violin and Orches-
tra (Ruggiero Ricci).
The Fourth May Festival Concert will be given this evening at 8:151
sharp, in Hill Auditorium. The following program will be given: .
Soloists: Dusolina Giannini, Soprano; Richard Bonelli, baritone;
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Frederick Stock and Eric Delamarter,
Conductors.
Mendelssohn: Overture, "Fingal's. Cave"; Massanet: Aria, "Vision
Fugitive" from "Herodiade", (Richard.Bonelli); Beethoven: "Scene byi
the Brook" from "Pastorale Symphony"; Gounod: Aria, "Plus Grand#
Dans Son Obscurite" from "Reine de Saba", (Dusolina Giannini) Dela-
marter: Suite from "The Betrothal"; Verdi: Aria, "Credo" from "Otello"
(Mr. Bonelli),; Ravel: Balero; Thomas: Aria, "Connais tu le pays" from
"Mignon" (Miss. Giannini) Wagner: Bacchanale (Paris Version) and
Finale from Overture, "Tannhauser".
The public is respectfully urged to come sufficiently early to bet
seated on time as the doors will be closed during numbers. Also holders
of, season tickets are requested to detach coupons No. 13 and 14 respec-j
tively, and present them for admission rather than presenting the entire
season ticket. Program books will be on sale in the lobby..
By order of the Police Department of Ann Arbor and the Buildings
and Grounds Department of the University, parking will be restricted
as usual on the occasion of all May Festival concerts.
The remaining concerts will be given as follows:'
Fifth May Festival concert, Saturday afternoon, 2:30.
Sixth May Festival concert, Saturday evening, 8:15.
Charles A. Sink

inspectors including Colonel W. R.
Pope and Major Max Murray. On,
the basis of this inspection and re-
view awards will be made by Gov-
ernor Fred W. Green next Tuesday
for drill proficiency this semester.
Minnesota Union Holds Dance I
In Complete Tenement Setting
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA-
The Minnesota Union Friday night
gave a Paupers' Ball, with a com-
plete tenement atmosphere, even
to the strings of washing hung out;
over the fences and signs advising'
guests that they'd have to bring
their own food.
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITYI
-The Student Council has abolish-
ed the Athletic association: It was
decided that the work the associa-
tion had been doing could be more
effectively and satisfactorily hand-
led by a Men's union committee.
o'clock Saturday afternoon in theI
Alumnae Room of the League for
the teception-tea.
The Wesley Guild wishes to an-
nounce that Rabbi Fink, of the Hil-
lel Foundation, will be the guest
speaker at the evening meeting,
Sunday, May 18. His topic will be,
"What the Christian and the Jew'
Share in Common." Everyone is
invited. 6 p. m., Wesley Hall, State
and Huron. z

ixqjutw-iv -VVU3f(LI FLAN 1I KFamous Personages UIULUU I 11LtL lU I
Met in World WarICA IS PEPRE
Giving intimate glimpses of the
characters of the men who made Over 100 Applications Reeive
history during the em:rse of the by Leader of University
! World war, General Frank Parker. Biological Station
Iof the Sixth Corps area, spoke Wed-
nesday night at a banquet given in SESSION TO OPEN SOON
bhishonor by the Army and Navy
club of Ann Arbor at the Union...
4 "'. During the war, General Parker II Prof. George R. LaRue of the.
wascloseyassocatenwithsu Zoology department announced
world famous personages as Cle- yesterday that he will leave Ann
----ymenceau, Marshal Foch Marshal Arbor the middle of next week for:
Haig, General Pershing and others, theUniversity Biological station
consequently the General was able Douglas lake, where as director of
to give some first hand information the station he will conduct build-
N about these personages. ing operations and other work con-
I fGeneral Parker said that the rea- nected with getting the camp in
son friction developed between Foch order for the twenty-second annu-
and Clemenceau was because "Cle- al session of instruction and re-
menceau as the civil power in search in biology, to be held during
France could not realize that Foch the eight weeks from June 30 to'
Ihad been raised one echelon higher Aug. 22.
N than he, when Foch became Com- Professor LaRue stated that over
mander-in-Chief of the Allied ar- 100 applications for admission to
mies in 1918." Clemenceau, the the camp have been received, of
statesman, wanted the treaty of i which 97 have been accepted. Any
Versailles to be a real peace treaty one who has completed two or
but Foch, looking at the Treaty of more college courses in zoology,
.________- Versailles as a soldier, desired that botany, or biology involving labor-
"*g'""a ""d^ Ithe Rhine river be made the boun- atory work is eligible for admission,
John Henry Mears (left) at Roosevelt field, N. Y., after a flight dry as he felt that the country that and those who still desire to go,
from Los Angeles in his plane, the City of New York, in which he controlled the Rhine would be the 'Professor LaRue added, should
hopes to better the Graf Zeppelin's world flight record of 21 days. He powerful nation; failing in this plan send applications immediately. Va-
is shown with his pilot Fred Melchior, Swedish flier. Their world Foch desired that there should be cancies, which frequently occur
flight will start from New York early in June. some buffer state between France among those enrolled, will be filled
------ - -and Germany. Both men were from the names on the waiting
great patriots, ad according to the list.
Celebrated Clergyman !5000,000 Wesley General, Foch will be ranked in Among investigators registered
to Preach Here Sunda world history as the greatest mii- fo g thestaton regDr.eEd
M emoral Hospital tary commander the world has yet da Waldy an e a aer of
Rev. F. J. Foakes-Jackson of the produced. the University of Nebraska Botany
Union Theological Seminary, New Plannied at Chicago The General also said that moreh
York, will preach here Sunday credit was due to the United States department, who will do advanced
morning'in the St. Andrews church (Pa' ~ i''ss) Ifor her part in the World War than okthe oaySDho.loRoe
on "Christianit and the Super- C has been conceded thus far. At of the local School of Forestry
atu ." FoaksJack i CHICAGO, May 15-A $5,000,000 the same time that we were rush- plans to conduct investigation of
professor of Church History at the hospital, 30 stories tall, with kitch- ing our divisi to France, Ger- blood parasites wild ducks in
Union Theological Seminary. He enette apartments for wealthy con- many was sending three divisions northern Michigan. Prof. Leigh
has written several books. valescents, will hp built on North- from the Eastern to the Western Young, also of the forestry depart
Rev. Foakes-Jackson, befoi'e comn- western university's down-town battle front which had been releas- I ment, will prepare a map of the
ing to America was Dean of Jesus Chicago campus. ed from the Eastern front by the Bogardus tract, on which the camp
College, Cambridge, and also Canon Culminating eight years of effort, crushing of the Rumanian Army is located, for use in development
of Peterboro Cathedral. While at trustees of Wesley Memorial hos- I and the Russian revolution. Mar- of the tract in accordance with
Cambridge he was greatly interest- pita I have decided to reaffiliate shal Joffre said, the General re- tIerms of the Peck foundation.
ed in athletics, particularly rowing,. their institution with the university j ported, "Hurry or even now you will Of the 97 persons .accepted, 66
and was secretary of the University and to (rect "the finest 600-bed be too late. are graduates, 31 undergraduates;
Boat, club. cnneral hospital that can be built." 19 of the graduates hold master
- - The hospital will adjoin and be PRINCETON UNIVERSITY-Ac- degrees. More women than men
UNIVERSITY OF MINESOTA- oporated in connection with the cording to custom almost 100 sen- have registered thus far, while a -
"Ten Nights in a Barroom" was university's medical school. Both I iors assembled on the steps of Nas- plications from 10 married couples
hilariously received by student au- are Methodist institutions. [ sau Hall for their traditional eve- have been accepted.
diences here last week. The crowds Two million dollar additional has ning "sing." -
were so deeply effected by the ray- already been spent by the trustees Song-hits from the latest Tri- Greenville, S. C-Senator Brook-
ages of the demon rum that speak- for the hospital site. The Wesley angle Club presentation, "The hatt thinks it outrageous--a cort-
easies are beginning to feel the re- hospital will be sold, the trustees Golden Dog," were included in their bination corkscrew and bottle op-
sults of*the late stockmarket crash. said, and the money. placed in a repertoire of college and popular ener on the door of his hotel room.
fund [or charity cases. airs. Sernbody identified it for him.
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Congregational Student Fellow-
ship: Mr. Leroy Waterman, Profes-
sor of Semetics, will speak on "Re-
cent Discoveries in Bible Lands" at
the Sunday evening meeting;. So-1
cial period 5:30 to 6, luncheon 6 to
6:30 and talk 6:30 to 7:15 in the
church parlors.

Sigma Delta Psi Tests will not be given after May 26. The remain-c
ing test days are May 19, 20, 22, 26 from 3 to 5:30 p. in., and MayC
17 and 24 from 10 to 12 a. m. Trhose desiring to complete their testsc
this year should do so immediately

EVENTS TODAY
Psychology '34: Examination at
11 o'cl.ock lecture period. Students
who' took mid-semester in Room
206 U. H. go to this room.,
W. B. Pillsbury
Chemical Engineers: Any stu-
dents desiring surpmer employment,
in plants m~ay confer with me in'
room 4040 E. Engineering Building
today from 4 to 5:30 p. m. and Sat-!
urday from 8 to 12 a. m. The op-
portunties for such work are some-
what limited this year.
W. P. Wood
Fresm;an Women in the Bow and
Arrow Dance meet at Palmer Field1
House at 4:30 for rehearsal.
COMING EVENTS
Seniors: The Senior Sing will take
place Wednesday, May 21, at 7:30
p. m. near the center of the cam-
pus.
Portia Lambda Chapter of Zeta
Phi Eta: Members will meet at 3
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