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TUTSDAY, MAY 27, 1930.

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DAIL'Y OFFICIAL 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. TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1930 No. 171
NOTICES
Notice to Seniors: Only today and tomorrow remain for paymentl
of diploma and certificate fees. There will be absolutely no extension
beyond 4 p. m., Wednesday, May 28, at which hour the Treasurer sf
Office closes for the day.
Shirley W. Smith, Secrtary
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Margaret Anglin in the "Antigone": There will be a matinee per- IOWA SENATOR FINDS 'PROPAGANDA' Great White a '
formance of the "Antigone" at 3:15 p. m. in the Lydia Mendelssohn
I theatre, but no performance this evening. The production will be IN UNIVERSIT Y ENGLISH EXAMINATION Will Be Establishe
presented all the remaining nights of this week, with other matineesWBb
on Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Patrons are urgently requested (Bv Associated Press) test used by 20,000 high school pa! M1N w Yrk Harbor
to be in their seats before the curtain rises. DES MOINES. Ia., May 26. - Ad- plsitesabye2iteligenceexap- iNe
pils in the state intelligence exam-
Senior Mechanical, Aeronautical and Electrical Engineers: Mr. N. D. dison M. Parker, manager of Rep. ination. According to Parker, it
Huff, now associated with the Kellogg Company of Battle Creek, Michi- L. J. Dickinson's Republican sena- read: "I believe that CongressmanI WASHINGTON, May 26.--A m
be in Room 221 West Eafter 1030 a m torial campaign, in a statement to- Dickinson's campaign with its
, wihl rr Engminerg iding eday took exception to the inclusion many meetings and speeches are rine great white way is to be
for the purpose of interviewing men interested in safety engineering Isetbihdi e okhro
with this company. H. C. Anderson in a high school English test sent not pleasing the people whom he established in New York harbor
out by the University of Iowa of a represents." this year by the lighthouse service
The annual All-Pharmic banquet sponsored by the Presscott Club sentence wheich he termed "anti- University officials said inclusion in an attempt to stop the collisions
will be held in the Michigan League Building at 6:30 p. n. The annual Dickinson propaganda." of the sentence was purely acci- and fog-tieups which have marked
awards to honor students of the College of Pharmacy will be presented The sentence was in a grammar dental. the port's activities duringrecent
at this banquet. Prof. John Muyskens of the Speech Dept. of thehsd n
University will give the address of the evening. examinations will be given anopportunity to make this work un fonl winters.

Library Books: Attention iscalled to Rule III of the Regents regu-
lations governing the loan of books from the Library: "All books bor- Glider Section: Last regular meeting of the year at 7:^0 p. nl. 3481
rowed by members of the Faculty shall be returned ... on ,or before West Engineering Bldg. Plans for the summer and f l next fall will be
the Thursday preceding the annual Commencement in Jure."# discussed.
It will greatly facilitate the handling of outstanding charges if _
members of the Faculty, having books in their possession, will return Comedy Club meets in room 203 University Iall at 4:15 p. m. In
them or make the necessary adjustments during the weeks preceding discuss plans for the spring party.
the date set by the Regents' rules. !dicsplnfothsrngaty
Vm. W. Bishop, Librarian Summer Employment: Mr. V. C. Seger, of the Times Sales Co., of
Chicago, will be in Room 306 Michigan Union, on Tuesday, Wednesday,
School of Education: Registration for Summer Session: Students and Thursday, May 27, 28, and 29, from 2 p. m. to 5:30 p. m. and from,
now in the School of Education who plan to register for work this 7 p. m. to 9:30 p. in., to interview men who are interested in summer
summer session may do so on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 27 and 28. eployment.
Registration will take place in the office of the School of Education, _ _____me.t
Room 105 Tappan Hall. Hours: 9-12, 2-5-. Tau Beta Pi dinner meeting at 6:15 int n i-' im
- - - -~-.. .g. at .:1. ... ..he Un Is.

Thursday, May 29, at 5 o'clock, in Room 3055 N. S. A line of 12-ton buoys, each dis-
E. N. Goddard pbAVing a flashing light and heavyv

Geology 2 and 31: Students in these courses who wish to take the
optional excursion to Put-in-Bay on Sunday, June 1, should sign up in
Room 2051 N. S., before Thursday at 5 o'clock. The trip will be con-
ducted by Prof. Wm. H. Hobbs. I. D. Scott
Shop 4 Students: Arrangements have been made to visit the plant
of the Cadillac Motor Car Company on Wednesday, May 28. Cars will
leave the steps of the East Engineering Building Wednesday morning
at 8 o'clock. Will all students intending to go please sign up in myI
office on Tuesday? We will start through the plant at 9:15 a. m. The
(;rip will last until 4 p. m. 0. W. Boston

deep-toned bells will be installed
to lead the shipping past the Statue
of Liberty and into Ambrose chan-
nel, the famous New York harbor.
entrance.
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Elizabeth I. Clark, Recorder

Commencement honor Guar[(: Seniors who have been appointed'
to act as Honor Guard and Color Bearers for Commencement are re-
quested to meet Dr. May at Waterman Gymnasium at 7 p. m. on Wed-
nesday, May 28. All appointees are urged to be present at this meeting.
L. M. Gram, Chief Marshal
Tutor in French: Wanted for two young men in a private home,
during the summer. Preference given to one who has had experience
with and can take charge of a schooner rigged sail boat. For further
information see Employment Bureau, Roon 2, University Hall.
J. A. Bursley
. Conflicts in Final Examinations, Colleges of Engineering and Arch-
itecture: All students having conflicts in fial 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 my bulletin board. J. C. Brier
Freshman Pageant: In case of rain, the Pageant will take place
Wednesday at the same time.
Campaign for Good Citizenship: Due to outside activities Mr. Don-
ald Fuller will be at Alumni Memorial Hall from 3-4 p. m. only.
EVENTS TODAY
University Lecture: Professor Lother Nordheim of the University of
Gottingen will give a lecture in Room 1041, East Physics Building, at
4:15 on "The Mechanism of Electrical Resistance."
Industrial Motion Pictures: The School of Business Administration
will present the Irallowing film in Natural Science Auditoriuru at 4:05 1
p. m.: Magic of the Mountains (a travelogue through coffee-producing
regions of South America); Short Cuts to' Quantity (showing achieve-
ments in mass production of telephones); Building New York's Newest
Subway; and, A Money Making Industry (showing how Canada mints
its coinage).
Combined R. 0. T. C. Exercises: All members of the R. O. T. C.,
including the Varsity-R. 0. T. C. Band, will attend exercises of the I
R. O. T. C. from 3 to 5 p. m. today. This period is substituted for the
regular drill period of this week. The Deans of all Colleges and Schoolsj
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 theirl
respective Deans. Absence from this period of the R. O. T. C. exer-
cises will be excused only upon application to the P. M. S. & T. in
advance. _ _
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The New Testament Oratorical Contest for 1930-1931: Mr. Hollister
Sigma Delta Psi banquet tonight at 6:30 Michigan Union. will be in room 302 Mason Hall on Wednesday at 5 p. m., to meet
students interested in the New Testament Oratorical Contest established
Gargoyle Business Staff tnd Tryouts: There will be a meeting of by Mr. Thomas E. H. Black. All students who wish to enter this con-
the entire staff and tryouts at the Press Building, at 4:30 p. m. Tryouts test next year are invited to attend this meeting.
should be up at 3 p. m. for the mailing out of the June issue which
goes on sale on the campus on Wednesday, May 28. Charms will be the Engineering Council will meet Thursday, May 29, 1930, in Room
distributed at the meeting for work done by the members of the entire 302, Michigan Union, for the purpose of electing officers for next year.
staff for the past year. Each man connected with the staff this year All newly elected men are urged to be present, as well as those who are
will receive one if he will be present at this meeting. meiembers this year.
Varsity Band: Formation at 2:40 p. m. at Ferry Field in full unl-
form for ROTC Review. Michigan Dames Annual Picnic
Formation tonight at 7 o'clock at Morris Hall in uniform for La1n- will be lield Wednesday, May 28.
tern Night. IAll members and their husbands
Ciiare invited. All those attending.
Christian Science Organization meets in the Chapel of the Mielhigaln Iplease meet in front of Hill Audi-
League Building at 8 p. m. ioritm between 5:15 and 5:45 p. m.

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Hillel Foundation: Stucdcuts interested in positions ao musicians,
waiters, and counsellors at small salaries, at a Jewish adult camp in Portia Lambda Chapter of Zeta
northern Michigan this summer, may be interviewed by a representative Phi Eta will not meet tonight due
of the camp at 8:30 p. m. at the Foundation. to Lantern Night activities. The
chapter will meet on Tuesday, June
COMING EVENTS ! 3, for a business meeting and in-
Geology 31: Any student who has missed any of the laboratory stallation of officers for next year.

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