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DAILY 0 F1FI C IAL 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)
THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1930
Seat Like Hearts, Says American Th V ORTO ATT r
Association for Advancement of Science il lyUI U II
'y' Associated Press)
rGTON, June 4.- A the-of miles. They beat like vast fiery
ertain stars do not rotate hearts.____
ed to the American As- One class of pulsating stars, the Other Members of Botany Staff
for the Advancement of Cepheld variables, are the "light- L
Dr. Ross Gunn of the houses" of the sky, that is, enablet Summer Session.
earch laboratory.- astronomers to calculate the vast Sme eso. .
:President of Bolivia
Resigns from Office
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
Commencement Tickets:' Tickets for Commencement and the
Alumni-Senior Dance and Reception may be obtained at the office of
the Secretary beginning Wednesday, June 11. The Commencement
Week Programs will also be available at that time.
Shirley W. Smith, Vice-President and Secretary
These non-spinning stars are distances of space. TUPPER TO GO TO YALE
those which pulsate, that is which' Dr. Gunn's theory comes from
expand and contract. Some of the study of magnetic fields about:
pulsating stars have the habit of stars especially those about the Announcements of the summer
enlarging their diameters millions p elsating suns plans of various members of the
-h dbotany staff show that a busy sum-
mer will be spent in the puruit of
Mr. Jandy's sections, 1025 A. H. subjects of botanical interest. _
Mr. Angel's sections, 101 Eac. Prof. Harley H. Bartlett, head of
Miss Cameron's sections, 231 A. H. 1;r ( Annrf.mjanf nrill C?
SlMiss Groff's sections, 101 Ec.
Summer Session Daily Official .uietin: The last regular issue of . Department of Mathematics: Final examinations for the second
the Daily Official Bulletin for thy acadenic year will appear in the final semester in Courses 1, 2, 3, 4, and 7 in the College of Literature, Science.
issue of the Daily on June 7. In the interval before Commencement and the Arts, will be held Wednesday, June 11, 2 to 5 P. M. accordin
special bulletins may be printed if occasion warrants, to be posted upon to the following schedule:,g
bulletin boards. . .Instructor Room Instructor Roo
During the Summer Session the Daily Official Bulletin will appear Abernethy ............... 231 A. H. Fulton..35 A.H.
regularly in the Summer Daily. It will be edited in the office of the Baten...............1025 A. H. Iileebrandt........1025 A. H.
Dean of the Summer Session, to which office notices intended for publi- Beale................231 A. H. Hughes.. .2023 A H.
cation should be sent. F. E. Robbins Bolks ................. 1035 A. H. Munro.......... 2225 A. H.
Bushey .................. 35 A. H. Poor..............2003 A. H.
Lost Articles: A large number of rain coats, umbrellas, gloves, and Coe.................2023 A. H. Wagner, C. C.......... 2003 A. H.
miscellaneous articles have been turned in to the Lost and Found CopelandC.............2225. H.......1025 A. ..
Department in the Business Office; Room 3, University Hall. Anyone Field ........... ...:..:1035 A. H. S. E. Field
who has lost such articles may obtain them by proper identification .-S._E._Field
at the above office. Varsity Glee Club: All men desiring refunds on deposits are request-
Shirley W. Smith, Vice-President and Secretary ed to either mail or take cards to the Union desk addressed to Gayle
A. Chaffin, Room 308, bearing your name "and the address where you
Organ Recital: Naomi Payne and Velma Wachlin, pupils of Palmer wish the check to be mailed to you.
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Christian of the School of Music, will give the iowing program, r i iu
afternoon at 4:15 in Hill Auditorium. The general public with the
exception of small children is invited to attend:
Bach: Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C major; Corelli: Preludio;
Widor: Scherzo (Symphony IV); Vierne: Finale (Symphony 1) (Miss
Payne); Vivaldi-Bach: Largo, Allegro, Concerto in D; Karg-Elert: In
Dulci Jubilo; Bingham: Twilight at Fiesole (Harmonies of Florence);
Bonnet: Caprice Heroique (Miss Wachlin).
'Charles A. Sink
Student's Recital: Ruth Pardee, piano, pupil of Nell Stockwell of the
School of Music will give the following program Friday at 8 o'clock in
the School of Music Auditorium. Miss Pardee will be assisted by Miriam
Pardee, violin and Janet Tuttle, soprano. Miss Tuttle will be accom-I
panied by Emily Philips: DeBeriot: Air de Ballet, Op. 100 For Violin and
Piano (Miriam Pardee & Ruth Pardee) Grieg: Solvejs' Lied; Del Acqua:
Vilanelle (Janet Tuttle); Bach: Intrata; Chopin: Preludes, Op. 28. Nos
;'7 .4 20;kGrieg: Papillon (Ruth Pardee) Faye Foster: Secret Languages;
LaForge:'I Came With a Song; Woodman: An Open Secret, (Janet
Tuttle); Quigley: Barcarolle; MacDowell: To a Water-lily; MacDowell:f
Hungarian (Ruth Pardee).I
Charles A. Sink
Students Recital: The following pupils of Edith B. Koon of the
School of Music will give the following program Friday afternoon at 4
o'clock in Room 305 at the School of Music. The general public isI
invited to attend:
Pal mgren: May Night, (Gladys Schultz) Ashford: Dance of the
Kewpies (Blythe Miller) Torjessen: To the Rising Sun, (Vivian Zimit)
Schytte: Etude (Lelia Kidd) Chopin: Preludes Op. 28, Nos. 6, 7, 15, 20.
(Virginia Ward) Squire: Tarantella; (Beth Searles) Blake: Brother
Woodpeckers (Joan Freisinger) Koelling: Rhapsodie Mignonne(Mildred
Haines) Adams: King's Jester; Benna Moe: Gondolier's Serenade (Esther
Phillips) Debussy: 2nd Arabesque (Flora S. Wager) Debussy: Golywogs
Cakewalk (Mary Spalding) Chopin: Nocturne Op. 9, No. 2; Burleigh: I
Winged Winds; (Eunice Kramer) Grieg: Butterfly (Mareline Fingerle)
Miss Edna Weifenbach will be the accompanist for Miss Searles.
Charles A. Sink
Summer Session-University High School: Classes in the summer
session of the University High School will begin Wednesday morning,
July 2, and will close Wednesday noon, August 20.
Preliminary conferences with pupils will be held in the auditorium
of the University High School Monday, June 30, at 3 o'clock. Courses
will be offered in English, French, Latin, Fine Arts, Industrial Arts,
Mathematics, Science, Social Studies and Typewriting. Classes will be
held in the morning only. There is no tuition charge.
For further information call the Principal of the University High
School-Extension number 675.
Edgar G. Johnston
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 9 a. m. to 12 Noon, and 2 p. m. to 4
p m. Sabina Conrad, Recorder
Hygiene 101-Mid-Semester Make-up examination will
Room 135, West Medical Building, 4 p. m. today.
be held in
Melvin P. Isaminger
Psychology 31: For those of my students who have missed class
bluebooks a make-up will be given at 4 o'clock in Room 1121 N. S.
B. D. Thuma
Semitics 153 will not meet today.
we epar ment, wiln spec
A~j0~Lt'IL~j~j W~l pend~U bhe
summer in Mexico studying plant
life of that section of North Ameri-
ca; Dr. Walter W. Tupper is to work
at the Yale School of Forestry in
the laboratory of Professor Record;
Dr. Ellers and Prof. C. D. LaRue
will spend the summer at the Bi-
ological station; and Dr. Waldo
Steidtman and Mr. Kenneth L.j
Jones will pursue the study of'
plants at the Botanical gardens.
W. R. Taylor will attend the In-
ternational Botanical congress at
Cambridge, England, as voting del-
egate of the Michigan group. He
will be accompanied by the follow-
ing: Dr. D. V. Baxter, Dr. Bessie B.
Kanouse, Dr. Eileen Erlinson, Dr. C.
A. Arnold. Although the Congress
will meet at Cambridge, most of the I
time will be spent at the Royal Bo-
tanical gardens at Kew. Professor,
Taylor, being interested in the sub-
ject of plant nomenclature, will do
the voting at the session of the
meet devoted to this division of
botany. Before leaving for his trip
abroad, he will teach Algae at the
Woods-Hole Biological station.
The summer session will find
Prof. B. M. Davis, Dr. F. G. Gus-
tafson, and Dr. J. E. Sass instruct-
i'ng in the University.
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At the same time, three special
committees were announced by
Donohue. Baldwin was appointed
chairman of the. committee in
charge of the Union rooming ser-
vice next fall. Joseph Winter, Rob-
ert Culver, and Leonard Kaminsj
were appointed assistant chairmen
and thecommitteemen are: How-
ard Gould, Jack A. Croxton, Har-
old Crim, Richard Norris, George
B. Spinta, Emil H. Steva, George
Patterson, and Joseph Purner.'
Palmer was appointed chairman!
of a committee for the investiga-
tion and formulation of plans for
a Union bookstore. He will be as-
Associated Press Photoj
Dr. Hernando Siles,
Former president of Bolivia, who
resigned recently from his position,
placing the government in the
hands of a cabinet.
Noted Army Officer
Ends Life Following
(By Associated Press)
REDWOOD CITY, Calif., June 4-
Maj-Gen. Carroll A. Devol, 71, U.
S. A. retired, shot and killed himself
at this Menlo Park home, near'
here; Tuesday. He shot himself
through the heart with a .45 cali-
bre army revolver. Gen. Devol had
been ill for several months.
'REMER TO CONDUCT
Economist to Direct Research
Council Investigation of
TO VISIT TREATY PORT
Prof. C. F. Remer of the economN
ics department, will sail for Shang.
hai in August to spend the year
studying foreign investments ill
China, according to recent plans.
Professor Remer who for ' two
years has been directing a studk,
financed by the Social Science Re
search council of New Xork, of th-
international economic'and finance
cial relations of China, is workin
at present, with an advisory conm-
mittee of the Brookings Instituti'04
of Washington, During the year h
will visit the chief treaty ports RS
well as check his results at sever
European capitals on his return. ,
A comparison of the various esti-
mates of foreign investment 'f
Chi'na shows certain discrepancies;
and the aim of the investigation ;
to attain a reliable estimate of tai
total foreign capital invested in-
eluding the foreign debt of the goV
Another aspect of the investiga-
tion involves the consequence of
these investments in China's inter-
national relations and in the life
the Chinese. Professor Remer hope4
to deal with the economic cbnse-
quences of the system of treats
ports and with the economic fac,
tors in its disi'ntegration.
Since the Nationalist governm4
came into power, there has bet-'i
practically no borrowing abrc$
and it is probable that investment
of foreign firms have also fallen of.
Hence, Professor Remer's investiga-
tion will provide a survey of con-
ditions at the beginning of the new
Cercle Francais: The final meeting of the year will be held at 8
p. m. in Room 408 R. L. This is a very short business meeting for the
election of officers.
All members desiriig to buy pictures of the play may see them in,
Room 112 R. L. and leave their orders with Miss Davis, any time this!
Summer Employment: Mr. A. E. Blowers, District Supervisor of the
Fuller Brush Co., will interview men at the Union, between 3 and 5 p. m.
in room 304.u
Gen. Devol was born in Ohio,
April 17, 1859, and was graduated
from the Pennsylvania Military
College in 1878. During the Spanish
American War he was placed in
charge of transport service at
Manila and later took part in the
Philippine insurrection. In 1908 he
was in charge of employment and
supplies in the Panama Canal Zonej
and was stationed there five years.
Junior Girls Play Music will be ready for distribution from 9 until
12 and from 1 until 4 at University Hall near the candy booth. At that
time all music must be called for and all accounts taken care of.
Jonica Starrs: Play Production invites all those interested to this
evening's performance of the winning three-act play in this Spring's
contest. Tickets obtainable in the Play Production office.
PURDUE-To determine j
what they are, the Scribes, the w
men's journalistic society, gave
razz banquet for women at wh
it was determined that women
not know when to stop when ti
Varsity Band: All uniforms must be turned in at Morris Hall thisj
afternoon. Refunds will be made at that time.
Commencement uniforms will be issued Weidnesday, June 18.
Sima Gamma Epsilon: Luncheon at 12:15 at the Michigan Union.
Gargoyle Business Staff and Tryouts: Important meeting at 4:15
Motor Coach Exhibition: One of the new General Motors parlor
coaches with 175 h.p. Yellow motor will be on exhibition today from 12
to 5 p. m. on State Street near the Union through the courtesy of the
Greyhound Lines. Automotive students and others interested are
invited to inspect the coach.
Lydia E D IS ',
m-T HEA T RE-
. tnn'Arbor's Coolest, Ice-Refrigerated Theatre".
Matinee Today at 3:15
Tonight at 8:15
"Pestivat players score triumph. Miss Anglin's limitless stage abilities
evident in Wilde's brilliant modern comedy. The result is charming."
-The Daily News.
"Outstanding performances from Miss Anglin and Mr. Arnold. The
result is very good comedy. Miss Anglin is a great conedienne."-
The Michigan Daily.
Geography I final examination will be held in
Monday, June 9, at 2 p. m.
room 2225 Angell Hall,
E. C. Prophet
Chemistry 3: The make-up examination for those who missed
third bluebook will be held on Friday, June 6, at 2 p. im., in Room
Chemistry Building. D. M. Lichty
Examination Rooms for Rhetoric
Instructor Examination Room
Abbot ., . ............ . 205 M. H.
Bader............... . 1035 A. H.
Baker ................ 2013 A. H.
-Bebout........... ..25 A. H.
Binkley .............1209 A. H.
Bliss .................. 225 A. H.
Boothe................229 A. H.
Butchart ...............103 R. L.
Everett ................ 1009 A. H.
Helm .................. 2003 A. H.
Hoag ............ . .... 165 Chem.
II: June 7. 2-5 p. m.
Hornberger ..........1025 A. H.
Nelson ..............3213 A. H.
Ott ...............35 A. H.
Proctor .............23017 A. H.
Rowe ...............2219 A. H.
Schenk............ 2235 A. H.
Walter.............3209 A. H.
Watson ............ 2225 A. H.
Wells..............209 A. H.
Wetzel ............... 2231 A. H.
E. A. Walter
Visitors' Night: Angell Hall Laboratory: The public is invited to visit
the Astronomical Laboratory, 5th floor of Angell Hall, to observe the
moon from 7:30 to 10:30 p. in., on Friday, and Saturday. Reservations
must be made by calling the Observatory "ffice between 9 a. m. and 12
noon on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
A representative of the Fisk Tire Companywill be in this office Friday
and Saturday of this week to interview candidates for their sales training
course. Please come to the office for appointments.
To My Last Year's Students: All those who desire to have their last
year's papers returned may obtain them if they will call at my office
(102 Tappan Hall) on Friday between the hours of 8:30 to 12 and
2:30 to 5. B. A. DeGraff
The Junior Group of the A. A. U. W. will hold a Benefit Bridge
on Saturday, June 7, from 2 to 5 p. in., at the home of Mrs. L. W.4
Oliphant at Barton Hills. For further information call 6804.
sisted by Conklin, Lederle, and
I Plum, while Crumpacker, McCor-
m mick, and Boone were named for
a committee for the promotion of
f an annual spring day for the Uni-
versity. George Nichols and Hobart
Skidmore will have charge of the
tryouts for the coming year.
Working in the department of
the recording-secretary, under the
direction of Harold O. Warren, '31,
will be Arnold Seidman, Herschel
Austin, Frank Gilbreth, Albert Ha-
bif, and Johnson Dill.
Donohue also announced a meet-
ing of all the newly appointed
I committees and assistants to' the
recording-secretary at 4 o'clock to-
day in the Student offices of the
Union and stated that any men
still wishing to try out for Union
offices should report at the Stu-
dent offices between 4 and 5 o'-
clock today or get in touch with
the committee chairmen at the be-
ginning of the fall semester.
Students of business administration seek-
ing experience with financial organization
can earn an excellent income during the
Ssummer with an established Detroit cor-
Address C. F. CLARKE, 6x6 Hammond
ROBtPR.T ttEN DERS'ON-
HAS THE Dl9TTINCTIQN TO
P FE-S T
AMEPJ.CAT ". EATE!9T "STA ..
in Oscar Wilde's Scintillating Modern Comedy
DON'T MISS THIS GREAT STAR IN HER FINAL
PLAY WITH THE COMPANY!
Nights--$1 and $1.50; Mats.- 1 for Adults, and 75 cents for Children.
Sociology 51: The final
examination will be given in the following
Mr. Fuller's sections, 25 A. H.
"EXCESS BAGGAGE" with Togo
Deal Alivays at