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PACE NIGHT

THE MICHIGAN

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULL ETIN
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)

P. m. Tuesday, May 27: Magic of the Mountains (a travelogue through DISPLAY OVER ONE HUNDRED BIRDS
coffee-producing regions of South America) ; Short Cuts to Quantity
(showing achievements in mass production of telephones): Building OBSERVED THIS YEAR BY DR. HANN
New York's Newest Subway; and, A Money Making Industry (showingr-
how Canada mints its coinage). All persons interested are invited to Zoology Deartment Finishes He hopes b the end of the
L at 1 n dI A i 9 U L Lsts Compiled Weekly to add about 25 more names. some
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VOL. XL.

SUNDAY, MAY 25, 1930

No. 170

NOTICES
Notice to Seniors: Only Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday remain
for payment of diploma fees. Absolutely no payments received after
4 p. m., May 28. Shirley W. Smith, Secretary
School of Education: Registration for Summer Session: Students
now in the School of Education who plan to register for work 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. 2-5.
Elizabeth B. Clark, Recorder
Students, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: All students in
these Colleges who are taking courses other than Chemistry and Physics
in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts are requested to call
at the Secretary's Offlee, 263 West Engineering Building, at once.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
Engineering Students: Students desiring to change from one de-
partment to another (i.e. mechanical to electrical, etc.) should procureI
application cards from the Office of the Associate De.tn, Room 259 West
Engineering Building.
Combined R. O. T. C. Exercises: All members of the R. O. T. C., in-
cluding the Varsity-R. O. T. C. Band, will attend exercises of the R. O.
T. C. from 3 to 5 p. m. on Tuesday, May 27. This period is substituted
for the regular drill period of the week including May 27. The Deans of
all Colleges and Schools involved have authorized absence from other
classes during the period indicated. Students in the Law School and
the School of Business "Administration are required to report in advance
to the offices of their respective Deans. Absence from this period of the:
R. 0. T. C. 'exercises will be excused only upon application to the P. M.
S. & T. in advance. Basil D. Edwards
Margaret Anglin in the "Antigone": Patrons for the "Antigone"
tomorrow night in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre are urgently
requested to be in their seats at 8:15 o'clock, as Miss Anglin opens the
play. Because the play is continuous late-comers cannot be admitted
until after Miss Anglin's first scene.
Robert Ilenderson, Director

asszi nSchoou Health: Dr. Pratt will not meet her class in School During Trips, from this summer's observation and
Health Monday morning, May 26. Memorial Issue to Patterson' others from the fall migrants and
TetoFeature ArticlesBirds observed in and around winter residents. Out of 30 war
Rhetoric 190 (Drama II) : The class will meet on Thursday (May tFetue rtctsilers listed as common to Mih-
29) at 7:30 this week instead of Wednesday as usual. All plays are due on His Life. Ann Arbor up until May 19 number gan, Dr. Hann has seen 21o aood
by noon Tuesday unless arranged otherwise. 1139, including 19 warblers, accord- percentage. There are 15 ducks on
Students i Autoti SLUSSER CONTRIBUTES ing to a list displayed with other the year's roster besides a Canada'
Sttomotive Engineering Courses: Arrangements have objects of more or less interest to goose and a Whistling swan. All the
been made for the semi-annual trip to the General Motors Proving Marking its final appearance dur- students of zoology in north cor- Michigan thrushes have come into
1 Ground at Milford, Michigan, on Monday, May 26. Leave Auto Labora- ! akingitsannalapperancrdurHstuentsofbzolog inaorthcor
tory at 1 p. m. Will see moving picture film of Proving Ground activi- ing the school year, the June num- ridor on the second floor of Natu- es and all of tre blackbirdfamil
ties, drive over the various roads and tracks, visit laboratories and ber of the Michigan Technic. pub- ral Science building. Below the except the Orchard oriole which,
garages. Arrive at Ann Arbor about 6 p. m. Get your name on the lished in memory of Dean George heading: "Bird List, week ending it is expected, will soon be seen.
iWashington Patterson, associate May 19, 1930, Washtenaw county,
Student and Senior Members of the A. S. M. E.: There will be dean of the College of Engineermig may be read the names of 61 spec-
joint meeting of the Student Branch and the Detroit Section on Monday, nd Architecture who died Thurs- les of birds seen that week. i
May 26. Transportation will be by automobile, leaving the East Engi- day, after more than 40 years of This list is made out weekly by BROWN-CR ESS
neering Building steps at 1 o'clock. We will visit the plant of the Kel-- ervice at Michigan, will go on sale Dr. Harry W. Hann of the zoology
vinator Corporation on Plymouth Road. The Detroit group will join on the campus tomorrow morning. department. Dr. Hann is one of & Company, Inc.
us at 2 o'clock at the plant. Aftei' this visitation, dinner will be served Though originally planned for an several persons around Ann Arbor
at the Engineering Society's building at 4?$ W. Alexandrine Ave. De electrical issue, the sudden death I who make a hobby of observing the
troil Judge Sherman D. Callndar of t 4 Traffic Court will be the of Dean Patterson caused it to be birds in the vicinity, making four I N V E S TM E N T
after-dinner speaker. Later Dr. Harry Myers, Director of Personnel ; anged to a memoiial issue. It will or five trips into the field every
of the Frigidaire Corporation will addres; the group ou rthe subject of. ature several articles concerning' week during the spring migration S E c U R I T I E S
"You and Your Work." l he life and achievements of Dean season in April and early May, and -
Patterson. 'going out about twice a week now
The annual All-Pharmic banquet sponsored by the Prescott Club on addition, there is a report that migration has almost stopped. Orders executed on all ex-
will be held in the Michigan League Building Tuesday, May 27, atth Many of the trips are made in the
6:30 p. m. The annual awards to hono students of the College of oscrpe by Jess J. Carmichael, 31E. very early morning, which is then
Pharmacy will be presented at this banquet. Prof. John Muyskens of the This article describes some of the I best time of day for observing the I on conservative margin.
experiments and the results ob- o osraie agn
Speech Dept. of the University will give the address of the evening. All !ediet the ceuan in- songsters, and sometimes Dr. Hann
Pharmacy students are urged to be prset.naed with the stroboscope, an in~ esota-t43 nteatr eehn 37
prset sets out about 4:30 in the after- Telephone 23271
Phray.tGntvrrgdtobereey strument for producing intermit- noon and works until sundown.
C. C. _lover, Secretary tent light flashes at regulated in- Dr. Hann has added more birds ANN ARBOR TRUST BLDG
Freshman girls' glee club meeting and rehearsal in the committee tervals by which moving parts of to the list now seen in the display
room of the League today at 2:30 o'clock before the University club tea. machinery are made to appear at case bringing his total for this
All members must be there. rof. J. Paul Slusser, of the arch- year to the sizable number of 144.
itcPre.school luhasrcontited an I
The Astronomy Colloquium will be held Monday, May 26, at 4:30 itecture school has contributed an
p. in., in the Observatory classroom. Mr. W. J. Williams will present a rticle on 'The Artist and his Sub-S w
paper on "The Spectrum of P Cygni." A cordial invitation is extended ject, and J. Kenneth Salisbury,' Crsp Salads Sdw c es
to all those who are interested.Grad., has written a description of
the Detroit Edison plant in Del- Special for Today!
I ndrv, the largest plant of its kind inle
Economics Club: Mr. Konrad Prothman will speak on "Inflation an ra, hergetpln o tsknd
the Stabilization of the German Mark" at a meeting of the Club on th__w___d.
Monday, May 26, at 7:45 in Room 302 of the Michigan Union. C i

Orchestra for Freshman Pageant: Please see notice concerning pag-
eant rehearsal in case of rain.
Freshmen Advisers for September, 1930: There will be a meetingI
Monday, May 26, 5 o'clock p. m., 103 Romance Language Building. Stu-I
dent assistants, as well as faculty advisers, .are expected to be present.
P. E. Bursley
EVENTS TODAY
- -- The Black Oratorical Contest: The New Testament Oratorical Con-
test established by Mr. Thomas E. H. Black, of Detroit, will be held
in the First Methodist Church, at 7:30 p. m. The following studentsf
will speak: Gertrude B. Cook, Carl H. Urist, Leonard L. Kimball, Rich-!
ard A. Deno, and Joseph C. Callaghan.
Wesley Guild: Mr. Robert Waterman, former president, will be the
speaker at the Alumni Meeting of the Wesley Guild. Everyone welcome.
6 p. m. Wesley Hall, State at Huron.
Liberal Students Union of the Unitarian Church will meet at thej
church at 4 o'clock for the annual picnic. Officers will be elected.
Aero G, 3, 6, and 14: During my absence this week my classes in
above subjects will be taken care of by other members of the depart-
nient. F. W. Pawlowski

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heldrsha Pageant: In case of rain the pagenat rehearsal will be After Discarding Mai
hedin Barbour Gymnasium on Monday, May 26, at 4 o'clock. ____
(B},. 1A '0 laltaeiPivsa)j
The Annual Adelphi Banquet will' be held at the Michigan Union CLEVELAND, May 24-Pilot Sam-
Tuesday evening, May 27. Professor Reeves will be the speaker. Mem- LE Samson of the night am-
bers who have not made reservations should call D. R. Tobey, 6746,ilaydtS
before Monday. !mail barely escaped with his life in
ja parachute jump early today, after
Tau Beta Pi dinner meeting on Tuesday, May 27, at 6:15 in the s;taying abroad to the last possible
Union. All Tau Beta Pi members are cordially invited to enjoy the mhmail over the
festivities of our last dinner meeting of the year. Sar.
Samson, flying from Cleveland to
Students and Faculty: The few tickets yet remnaining for the Hillel ,w , encountere motor rou-
Players presentation of "Adam" by Ludwig Lewissohn may be obtained ;oble while over Bedford, 12 miles
by telephoning 3779 from 2-5 Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday after- southeast of here. He saved most
noon. The show will be given Tuesday and Wednesday evening. of the mail by throwing it over-
board, but left himself scant time
Summer-Employment: Mr. R. A. LaBombard, of the Butterick Pub- to leap to safety.
lishing Company of New York, will -be in Room 304 Michigan Union, °1!1111{1111!111!!{{1111111!!11111111111{11111111{
on Monday, May 26, from 12:30 to 5 p. in., to interview underclassmens.Pe
concerning summer employment.P22
STADIUM RIDING ACADEMY
Varsity Glee Club: All members must attend the rehearsal on Mon- South Main and Keech
day evening at 7:15 for the Detroit concert on Wednesday. Mr. Mat- A. n COWeAppontment
tern will direct the Glee Club. -
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COMING EVENTS
University Lecture:: Monday, May 26, 4:15
istry Building. Professor K. Fajans, of the
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University Lecture: Professor Lother Nordhelm of the University of
Gottingen, now lecturing at the Ohio State University, will give a lecture
in Room 1041, East Physics Building, at 4:15 on Tuesday, May 27, on
"The Mechanism of Electrical Resistance." All interested are cordially
invited to attend.
Industrial Motion Pictures:. The School of Business Administration
Will present the following films in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:05

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