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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1930

Itheir intention to appear for the examination. I shall be glad to School of Education will be held at the Michigan League Building, in City, an
0 Il 1F CI L UL ET N consult with any students who have such intention, .E.Wo connection with a staff luncheon, on Monday, at 12 o'clock. Colege,
A.lsh21:TeShkspae Woodwllmeta ococ nCanon o
Membes ofthe Aericn Soiety f Mehanial i onda andnot, as usual, at 4 p. in.letru
Publication 'in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all membersMebrofteA riaSceyof ehaia Engineers: A. - 0 . apbl Michigan
dentheuni i y. Copymreceived. by Stedassitat ohewith the Detroit Section in Detroit at the regular monthly meeting on Oe etn of the Romance Club, Tuesday, May 20, at 415 in Natural
detutl33 .m 113 .m audy May 26. At 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the Ann Arbor group will meet R lg 0.PrfOeripaar il aka Llitor itear Monday,
VOL. XL. SUNDAY MAY 18, 1930 No. 11 the Detroit group at the plant of the Kelvinator Corporation for an! .eBldg. 103. Poflu. Thenrit(hamardwillytakiniteor itteuai e c't v
_jinspection trip. After this 'trip we will adjourn to the Engineering j 'srtsiniiu.Tepbi scrilyivtd and a Cr
NOTICES Club House. Will those Senior members who wish to attend this visita-' Geological and Georaphic l Journal Club: The final meeting of the
tion and meeting, kindly leave word at my office (phone 453)~ andscolyawilbhdinRm204NS.t8o'okTudaev- Bkl
Special Faculty Mcig, College o . . . hrewl easeiladvise if you can furnish a car for transportation. Student membersi- Ma2yPo..H.HbswltakoMtigofL,.,&A:TeeilbeapcalchlyarilbeedinR m204NS.t8o'okhudyev
meeting of the Faculty of the College of Literature, Science, and the are signing up on the Bulletin Board ini the West Engineering Building.:nng, Ma 2 rf .H ob iltl n Aeronautical Results the Fact
Arts on Monday, May 19, at 4:10 p. in., in Room 2225, Angell HallO. W. Boston of the Greenland Expeditions." All interested are cordially invited to meet Tuw
There are two Special Orders now before the Faculty. The first j______ attend. MVrs. W.
of these was discussed somewhat at the last regular meeting, and this ! Mrs. G.
speialmeein wa orerd b th Fculy fr he urpseof ontn- University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: leearch Club will meet Wednesday, May 21, at 8 p. n., in Room ess.
specig ethecngsidrationof th e pecltordrpupseos.nin We have two positions available at the present time for students grad u- 2523 East Medical Building. The following papers will be presented:
John R. Effinger, Dean . t iha . n pcaiin nceity r ofessor D. H. Parker. "Elementary Analysis of Aesthetic Experience" ilel
i P. I.:2'_- PuIrdom and Professor J. R. HaydenL, "Co-operation uinder the Jones Law; A Jaffe wi
Rooms for Final Examinations: Faculty members wishing a final X11-1'hase in the Development of Philippine Political Institutions." Jewish r
examination room for any class, other than the room regularly used ! Senior Aeronautical Engineers: Group pictures are nowrey There will be a meeting of the Council :it 4:30 p. m. in Room 3012
by that class during the semester, should file their request with me. i may be secured in Room B-304 East Engineering Building. y 1 Awel all, anr sn
About 40 such requests have so far been received. No rooms have been Students who desire to become affiliated with a movement to create' May 20,
assigned as yet, but in a fev days now these requests will be sorted,lan electorate powerful enough ootot orpt political forces are j;0 i. e ~r theincenteof SnghwllcakplaeWdnuaMas1.t lc
and, in general, requests front instructors of large classes will be given invited to mneet me in .the offices of the alumni association, Alumni 71O -nnertecne o h aps
preference.,eoilHlfo it 2mrinsad3t fenosti ek Rsident members of Phi Kappa Phi are invied to attend the initia- INIA
This notice applies only to the ten buhine':s in which I have charge D~oniad, fller,'9ChiranAdisr Gout. . in banquet to be held at the Michigan~ Union on May 21. ThoseI pecting3
of the assignment of clan rooms I;itrested are requested to inform the secretary, Professor R. S. S~in- iotlk
D. L. Rich ~VENTS TODAY Einc'ig irxetnso1ploi the exp
To My Students: Mrs. Davis and I wil be at home to my stidents a students
Student Mecmbers A. S. M. E.: Will any who wish to assist at the past and present (and their friends), from 3 to 5 o'clock at 1030 Matina Intramural Archry for Women: A Columbia ound will be shot on I of Econo
spring meeting in Detroit please commnicate with me before 9 o'clock~ Place. C. . avis Palmer Field on Wednesday, May 21. The targets will be up and may 1 out in t
Monday morning?) . W. Boston ! b used for practice all dlay Saturday and Tuesday and Sunday after- Ito gain
__ Dr. F. J. Foakes-Jackson, Professor of Church History at Union The- mo between 2 and 6 p. im gold mi

,d formerly Dean of Jesus
Cambridge, England, and
,f Peterboro Cathedral, will-
uander the auspices of .the
.i School of Religion in the
Science Auditorium on
May 19, at 4:15 p. mn. His
will be "A Modern Romance
'itical Problem".
pelf and Stage Section of
uly rWomen's Club will
esday, May 20, at 2:45, with.
W. Sleator, 2503 Geddes.
W. Fox is assistant host-
Foundation: Rabbi Philip
11 give a lecture recital of
nusic including folk-son~gs
agogue music at the Hillel
tion, 615 East University,,
7:30 p. m. Open to the
NA UNIVERSITY -- Pros-
for gold and "panning" it,
the prospectors of '49 Was,
erience of several geology'
recently when a professor-
mic Geology took his class,
the hills of Brown county
first-hand knowledge of
ing.

Upperclass Courwcelors for Sepitemiber 1930: There will be a meeting
of the members of the faculty who are :to have charge of the special
groups of students transferring fromn other institutions to the University
next September. This meetiig will be held Tuesday, May 20, 5 o'clockF
p. mn., 103 Romance Language Bilding. - Stodent assistants, as well as+
faculty counselors, are expected to attend this meeting.
P. E. Burnley I
School of Education: Registration for Summer Session: Students
now in the School of Education who plan to register for work durin~g
this summer session may do so on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday,
May 26, 27, and 28.
Registration will take place in, the office of the School of Education,
Room 105 Tappan Hall. Hours: 9-12, 2-4.
Eli~abeth B. Clark, Recorder
Classification of Students who will be second-year Business Admin-~
istration students next year, will begin Monday afternoon, May 19, from
2 to 4, and will continue at thesame hours during that week.
Choral Union Book Refunds: Members of the Choral Union mayi
secure their music book refunds of $2.50 by returning their music books
(in good condition) to the General Offices of the School. of Music, be-
tween the hours of 9-12 and 1-5 daily not later than Friday, May 23,
after which date no refunds will be made.
w Charles A. Sink
Civil Service Examination in Detroit: There will be a civil service
examination for. positions in family case work in connection with the
Detroit Department of Public Welfare. May 28. Students in the Social
Service Curriculum who desire to take this examination should send
their names at..once to the Detroit Civil Service Commission indicatingf

ological Seminary, New York, will preach in St. Andrewschurh at 11
o'clock orl "Christianity and the Supernatural."
All Campus Convocation: Dr'. John H-.W Lathrop, of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
will address the students and townspeople at a Sunday evening Convo-
cation at 8 o'clock, in Hill Auditorium. The subject will be "Religion
and the Social Change."
Congregational Student Fellowship: Mr. Leroy Waterman, Professor
of Semetics, will speak on "Recent Discoveries in Bible Lands," this eve-I
nkng. Social period 5:30 to 6, luncheon 6 to 6:30, and talk 6:30 to 7:15
in~ the chuirch parlors.

Bows and arrows may be secured'
from the matron at the Women's
Athletic Building.
The Women's Eduction Club will
meet Monday, May 19, at 4:15 near I
the auditorium of the University
High School. This well include a
tour of the new Elementary School.

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Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
Brilliant Gala Opening Monday, May 26. Every night except Tuesday-
4 Matinees Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday. and Saturday
BOX OFFICE OPENS TOMORROW AT 10

PO gt-PT EN DE- SO7N-
H-AS TH-E DI9TI N T'ION TO

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___________Varsity Glee Club: All members
Reformed Students: An invitation is hereby extended to attend and former members of the Glee
the service to be conducted by the Rev. W. P. Van Wyk, at Lane Hall, Club are requested to come to an
10:30 a. mn., sharp. important meeting Monday eveningI
____________ at 7:15. Bring all Glee Club music. f
Lutheran Student Club: The time of the Senior-Alumnae banquet If you are unable to come, please
has been changed from 6:30 to 7:30 p. m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. notify Gayle Chaffin.j
Libety ad Thrd.Freshmen who wish to tryout for
COMING EVENTS f the Daily Business Staff are re-
University Lectures: May 19, 4:15 p. mn., Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. I quested to be at the regular staff
Dr. L. F. Rushbrook Williams, Secretary to the Chancellor, Council off meeting Monday, May 19, at 4:30.1
Princes of the Indian States: "India Today." There are still several openings for
May 20, 4:15 p. in., Natural Science Auditorium. Mrs. Dorothea l 1'reshmen on the Business staff :
Waley Singer, of Oxford, England: "Alchemy," (illustrated). previous experience is not neces-
May 21, 4:15 p. mn., Natural Science Auditorium. Dr. Charles Singer, sarily required.
of Oxford, England: "The Scientific Change from Medieval to Modern."'
The public is cordially invited.s Dr. F. J. Foakes-Jackson, Profes-
_______________sor' of Church History at Union;
Faculty, School of Education: The May Faculty Meeting' of the Theological Seminary in New York.

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Matthew Johnson........ ....... Zola and His Time
Joan Lowell.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cradle of the Deep
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