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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)
VOL. XL. WEDNESDAY JUNE 4, 1930 No. 177
Members of the Graduating Classes: President and Mrs. Ruthven
will be at home on the afternoon of Baccalaureate Sunday. June 22,
from 4 to 6 o'clock to members of the graduating classes and their
Library Books: Attention is called to Rule III of the Regents' regu-
lations governing the loan of books from the Library: "All books bor-
rowed by members of the Faculty shall be returned . . . . on or before
the Thursday preceding the annual Commencement in June."
It will greatly facilitate the handling of outstanding charges if
members of the Faculty, having books in their possession, will return
them or make the necessary adjustments during the weeks preceding
the date set by the Regents' rules.
Win. W. Bishop, Librarian
Faculty, School of Education: The last Faculty meeting of the year
will be held in connection with a staff luncheon at the Michigan League
Building, on Monday, June 16, at 12 o'clock. Since no Daily will be
issued immediately preceding this date. Faculty members are urged to
take especial note of this announcement.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary
Graduate Students: Graduate students planning to enroll for the
summer session may register in the office of the Graduate School, 1014
Angell Hall, between the hours of J a. m. to 12 Noon, and 2 p. m. to 4
p. m. Sabina Conrad, Recorder
Sophomore Engineers: Your Class jackets will be ready for distri-
bution Thursday afternoon from 1-3 in room 243, West Engineering
Student's Recital: Odina Olson, soprano, a pupil in the School of
Music, will give the following program, Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in the School of Music Auditorium. The general public with the excep-
tion of small children is invited to attend. Donna Esselstyn will be the
Brahms: Wir Wandelten; In Waldeseinsamkeit; Botschaft; Bem-
berg: Du Christ avec ardeur, aria from "La Mort de Jeanne d'Arc";
Paal Paa Haugen (Norwegian Folk Song) Ole Bull: Saetergjenten's Son-
dag; Kjaerringa med Staven (Norwegian Folk Song); Campbell-Tipton:
A Spirit Flower; LaForge: Song of the Open; Scott: Lullaby; Hageman:
Me Company Along; Verdi: Ritorna Vincitor, aria from "Aida."1
Charles A. Sink
Choral Union Concert Series 1930-1931 (Partial): The following
announcement of artists and organizations to appear in next year's
Choral Union Concert Series is made at this time. In addition to the
seven numbers for which contracts have been executed, negotiations are
pending for three additional numbers which will be announced later:
October 13, FRITZ KREISLER, in violin recital.
October 31, CLARE CLAIRBERT, Belgian Coloratura, in song recital.
November 20, DON COSSACK RUSSIAN CHORUS, SERGE JAROFF,J
Conductor, consisting of 36 expatriated officers from the Imperial Rus-!
sian Army, in a program of Russian church music, folk songs and
November 24, THE DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, OSSIP!
December 12, JOSE ITURBI, Spanish pianist, in recital.
January 12, THE DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, under the
baton of BERNARDINO MOLINARI, Guest Conductor.
February 2, PAUL ROBESON, Negro baritone, in song recital.I
Charles A. Sink
History 6 (106) Final Examination, Wednesday, June 11, 9-12.
Mr. Scott's sections in Natural Science Auditorium.
Mr. Manyon's sections in Room 1025 Angell Hall.
Mr. Long's sections in West Physics Lecture Hall.
History 92 Final Examination, Tuesday,. June 17, 9-12. All sections
in Room 1025 Angell Hall. Preston Slosson I
Final Examination in Political Science 32: The following rooms will
be used for this examination:.
Mr. Pollock's section in Room 1025 A. H.j
Mr. Preuss' sections in Room 1025 A. H.
Mr. Cuncannon's sections in Room 25 A. H.
Mr. Calderwood's sections in Room 25 A. H.
Mr. Dorr's sections in Room 35 A. H.I
Mr. Maddox's sections in Room 1035 A. H.a
James K. Pollock, Jr. ,
Screend efections UIESTYCOE RENEW HOSTILIT Y
1Warfare Imminent as 400,000
Barrie's One Week 'has done in some time and entirelyA re Ready to Clash.
Another opus wherein the pro- in kilts. A strong B is well suited Robbis Sas Series Has Ended SHANGHAI, u3 fter an ap-
ducers avoided the conventionalIforRthisnone.yR.SRriSs Hghly de
and dared to be different appears one.___R.__R._S.___ in fashion Hgl parently brief cessation of hostili-
at the Wuerth under the title of FOio y tie bwe te ationalf hov-
1 "Seven Days Leave," with Gary Four R.O.T.C. Officers Satisfactory. ties between the Nationalist gov-
Cooper and Beryl Mercer. Conse- Receive At ernment and the northern alliance,
quently, the result is one of the fin-'ppointments NAME FUTURE SPEAKERS [which is seeking to create an inde-
S m r-lovependent government in North Chi-
est motherove pictures to date; Four officers of the local R. O. Having bd its na centering at Peiping, advices
Adapted from J. M. Barrie's "The I.C ntII Hvn ume' mogisfrom the Honan province zone of
Old Woman Showed Her Medals," T. C. unit have been assigned to speakers men prominent in wide- fpo today indice renewed
the story concerns the adoption of army posts for this summer. Major ly diverse walks of life and lines ofpfihtin y is imminent.
a blackguard in the Black Watch Basil D. Edwards, c= 2mander of endeavor, ranging all the way from
regiment of highland laddies by an the unit, will leave June 15 for celebrated diplomats to famousI Dispatches indiated that at least
Old woman who is jealous of her Camp Custer at Battle Creek; Cap- scientists, from bridge builders to 400,000 troops might oppose each
neighbors' praising of their sons. tain C. A. Powell, and Captain R. H. I explorers, and from business exe- other on the Honan front.
She then does hern bit for her coun- Lord will be stationed at Fort Sher- I cutives to United India enthusiasts, Despite the multifarious claims,
try by reforming this notorious idan near Chicago, and will also the University Lecture series has of each group claiming victories,
young man and changes his view- leave Ann Arbor June 15. Captain been brought to a close for the independent'advices intimated that
points towards warfare. From cow- A. B. Custis has been assigned to present school year in a fashion the opposing armies continue vir-
ard to hero and thence to death, I Aberdeen Proving Grounds at Ab- which Dr. Frank E. Robbinsits tually deadlocked along the Hai-
the young man finally leaves his erdeen, Maryland, and leaves Sat- sponsor terms "highly satisfactory." HonaTprovince.
foster mother. urday to take up his duties. Not a small portion of its worth T nortrne
Though the action of the picture Captain H. B. Turner, who has lies in the fact that any depart- The not ada seemingly were
is somewhat slow, the character just completed his last year with ment may at any time petition to lding a slight advantage, reports
portrayals by Gary Cooper and the R. O. T. C. unit, will remain in have a certain authority in which sclosed, having forced the Na-
Beryl Mercer are fine. Of interest Ann Arbor for the summer to take they are interested speak here, The tionalists to retreat as far east as
to the feminine populace, the per- a course in coaching at the Uni- request is usually granted. Thus it Kweiteh i the northeastern part
formance by Cooper is the best he tversity. of the province.
happens that many noted men vis- The Nationalists were reported
iting this country for short pe- to have increased their forces to
examination will be held on the afternoon of June 12 from 2-5 p. in., nis, often for only a week or two, at least 150,000, indicating that
I in Room 2103, N.° S. A. E. Woodhead and who could not have been se- Chiang Kai-Shek has ordered a
cured far in advance, are engaged general advance and lending
To My Last Year's Students: All those who desire to have their last to enlighten Ann Arbor audiences strength to the belief that renewed
year's papers returned may obtain them if they will call at my office on the particular subject on which hostilities are imminent.
(102 Tappan Hall) today or Friday between the hours of 8:30 to 12 and they are well informed.
2:30 to 5 . B. A. DeGraff Due to this method of conduct- Naval Planes Capture
ing the series, a detailed informa- .i
Notice: Wild roses are now flowering in the l tion on advance plans is never Thief Following Chase
University Botanical Garden on Packard Road. Dr. Eileen Erlanson available. A few men have, how- (By Associated Press)
will be in the garden each week day from 2-4 until Commencement' ever, already promised to speak ( MANILA, June 3Running down
and will be glad to explain the experiments to interested visitors. here. Among these are S. P. L. Sor- iLA, Jue a uamgodof
H.nH. Brtlett enson, of Carlsburg, Denmark, and thieves is the latest occupation of
________H. ,I Bartlett Fr' noo uign Ge-naval aircraft.
Franz Knoop, of Tulingen, Ger- A sloop stolen from a Manila
EVENTS TODAY many, both of whom are noted civilian was located 20 miles away
the field of physiological chemistry. ! yaplnyro hIJsn Asc
University Loan Committee meets at 1:30 p. in., in Room 2, University Canon E. H. Fellows, the organist by a plane from the Jason. A see-
Hall. All applicants for loans should call at the office of the Dean of at Windsor Castle, England, has al- ond plane was sent out and the
Students for an appointment with the Committee. so been engaged pilot placed on board.
I sobeenengaed.The thief jumped overboard to
Students, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: All students in FRASCATI Italy (AP)-For com- swim to the beach; but was over-
these ColleginesSCAIaItly (A)-For com yteexrinanIece
these Colleges, taking courses other than Chemistry and Physics in the pieting a clean shave in 45 seconds come by the exertion and rescued
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, who have not called at the Roberto Schimberni has been sro by the plane
Secretary's office, 263 West Engineering Building, to give the names of claimed the champion beero-
their instructors in such courses must do so before 4 o'clock in order Ibarber of The library Extension Service of
their uctor indsuch courses musmpt do o eoe 4 o'cloder Italy, and awarded a huge razor the Library of the University of
to receive their grades promptly at the close of the semester, as prize. The runner up in the race Michigan answered 5,000 requests
took 47 seconas for material last year. Over 9,000
Pi Lambda Theta: Important meeting of old and new officers at packages were sent, out and 102,000
4 p. i. in the lobby of the League Building. Junior Girls Play Music will be pamphlets were maled.,
I ready for distribution on Thursday,
Jonica Starrs: Play Production invites all those interested to the from 9 until 12 and from 1 until
Wednesday, and Thursday evening performances of the winning three- 4 at University Hall near the candy
act play in this Spring's contest. Tickets obtainable in the Play Pro- booth. At that time all music must} Lydia
duction office. I be called for and all accounts taken I a, IT
Actuarial Students will hold their annual banquet tonight at thei "Ann Arbor's Coolest, 1,
Michigan Union. Arrangements have been made to make this last meet- lHome-Geing Transportation: A
ing a merry one for those leaving. Dr. J. W. Glover will speak. !representative of the vari6ls air, atin ee To
boat, and motor coach lines will be
COMING EVENTS stationed at the Side Desk in the Ton ghi
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: 1 Union Lobby every after neoo'from
At 4:15 Friday a representative of the Adix Realty Corporation of e-2 and 4-6 o'clock for the next
Detroit will interview students desiring employment during summer
vacation representing this Corporation in their home towns. Come to? schedule and baggage arrange- 'MTh result is very good comedy.
201 Mason Hall for appointments T Luthe n P t. 0d.. A. Mips
S. C.A. TO ATTEMPT
"TO BETTER TLK
Will Send Speakers Who Hav
Real Message to Give
By spreading the best thoughk
and culture of the University to a
great number of high schoojs,
churches and the Y. M. C. A's,
throughout the state, the extensio4
committee of the Student Christian'
association hopes to accomplish the
task that it has started this yeaK
by bettering the type of speakeF
sent out, by sending speakers whty
have a real message to give, and
also by enlarging the number 'of
At the beginning of next ye ~
the committee will compile
pamphlet containing the name&
and pictures of the speakers ava$ ,
able along with a short sketch
the person telling about his flej
of interest and what he intends
In order to comply with the many
requests for religious talks, there
will be organized a "Gospel
group" composed of three or four:
members that are able to fit their
speeches into a religious progranm
besides a quartet from the glee club
that is well practiced in a few reli-
gious anthems. This group will fill
all the engagements where a reli=
gious gathering is to bef.addressed:-
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Cercle Francais: All members are urged to attend the final meeting
of the year, Thursday evening, June 5, at 8 p. in. in Room 408 R. L.
This is a very short business meeting for the election of officers.
All members desiring to buy pictures of the play may see them in
Room 112 R. L. and leave their orders with Miss Davis, any time this
which mrgks he rt . co i.enns
which marks the great commedienne.
L. G. BALFOUR CO.
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Corkey Stanard, Mgr.
Zoology 1 Final Examination: Seating arrangements for the regular
Final Examination, on June 12, 9-12 A. M. are posted in the Zoology
1 laboratories and in the case in, the hall near Room 2091, N. S.
For those who have conflicts with the regular examination, a special
Students of business administration seek-
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