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THE MICHICIAN T)ATI.V

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rESD.AY, MARCH 4 1931:

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the
President until 3:30, excepting undays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

be a sympoiuIm on p-rpetual motion, will be formulated. All interested) Hillel Foundation: Rabbi Bernard Heller will meet class tonight at
are invited to attend. 7:30, at Hillel Foundation-subject "Juddaism in the light of modern
thought. All welcome.
A. I. E. E. Members: There will be a meeting at the Michigan Union,
at 7:30 p. m. University Girls' Glee Club meets at 7:30 p. n., in the League. Try-
There will b several talks by students, and refreshments will be outsmforvnew members will be held at 8:30.
served.

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 4, 1931

NO. 107

Additional Notices on Page 3
NOT'ICEh
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to the students of the
University on the firlst two Wedne;day afternoons of each month from
4 to 6 o'clock.
Students, School of Education: All students enrolled in this school
who did not fill in on their election cards the names of all instructors
are asked to do so immediately. This may be done in the Recorder's
Office, room 1437, Elementary School.
Students-Collegc of Literat;re, Science, and the Arts: No course
may be elected for credit after thD end of the third week. Saturday,
March 7, 1931, is therefore tho last dat's on which new elections may
be approved. The wiliingrzss of an individual instructor to admit a
student later would not affe;t the operation of this rule.
School of Education, Chantis of Elections: No courses may be
added after Saturday, March 7. Any change of elections of students
enrolled in this school must be reported at the Recorder's Office, 1437,
Elementary School. This includes any change of sections or instructors.
Lost and Found Articles: A small coin purse containing a large
sum of money and other articles was recently ,turned in at the Lost
and Found Department in the Business Office, room 3, University hall.
It may be claimed upon proper identification at the above office.
S. W. Smith, vice-president and secretary.
Students of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts: Threz;
scholarships, $300 each, are available for this semester and open t;
students who are not now holders of scholarships or fellowships. Thesc
scholarships will be awarded on the basis of scholarship standing anc6
need. Applicants should call at Dean Effinger's office for blanks, fil.
them out and return them not later than March 20.
Theosophy: No regular meeting Wednesday, Mar. 4. Instead Mrs.
Consuelo de Aldag of Mexico will give three lectures at 8 p. in., in the
Women's League. Thursday, Mar. 5, The Ancient Wisdom-A key to life.
Friday, Mar. 6, Special Creation, or Evolution by Rebirth. Saturday, Mar.
8, Towards Fulfilment.
Education Cl; last semester: Students who were in Mrs. Greene's
Education Cl class last semester will please call at her office for their
term papers.
Senior Engineers: All those wishing to pay their dues please see E.
E. Waltery, C. M. Clark, J. W. Antonides, or C. C. Torell at any time.
Orders for announcements and invitations will be taken about the
middle of March. A definite date will be announced later.
EVENTS TODAY
Organ Recital by Kenneth Osborne, student of Palmer Christian I
of the organ department of the School of Music, in Hill auditorium
at 4:15 o'clock.
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. Rhoads of the Scott Paper Com-
pany of Chester, Pennsylvania, will be in room 221 West Engineering'
building for the purpose of interviewing any men who may be inter-
ested in positions with this company.1
English 260 (Professor Jones) will meet from 4 to 6 o'clock, in 4081
Library.1
Juniors in Education: There will be a meeting of the executive,
committee in room 4017 University High, at 4:30.
Mathematical Club: Tea colloquium at 4:05 p. in., in room 3201
A. H. The room is in use until four o'clock.

Aeronautical Society: All members of the Society, including Glider
Section, Balloon Section, and Motorship Section are requested to be
present at a meeting to be held this evening in room 348 West Engineer-
ing building. Be prepared to turn 4n a complete report of your Aero-
nautical Activities for the year in order that a report may be filed
with N. A. A., for the Loening Intercollegiate contest. There will also
be a movie review of last years activities shown.
Chemicai Engineering Seminar: Mr. D. W. Murphy will address the
Seminar at 4 o'clock today in room 3201 East Engineering building on
the subject, "A New Method for the Determination of Equilibria in the
Systems Fe-C-O and Fe-H-O."
Alpha Nu--Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma will hold a parliamentary
drill under the direction of Mr. Moser, of the Speech department, at{
the regular' meting tonight, promptly at 7:30. All members are urged
to attend and members of Athena and Zeta Phi Eta are cordially
invited to preserst.
(%rc'is will me t at 7:30 tonight at the Women's Athletic build-
ing meau of lBar'bour gymnasium because of the Penny Carnival.

Freshmen Glee Club Tryouts: All those interested in Glee Club work
meet for tryouts at 4:15 p. mn., at the Union, room 307.
Experience in the Freshman Club will be necessary for membership
in the Varsity Glee Club.
Frosh Frolic: Meeting of the Frosh Frolic committee this evening,
at 7:30, in, room 304 of the Union.
Junior Girls' Play rehearsals for today: Choruses A, C, and D, at
4 o'clock; Choruses E and F, at 5 o'clock, and Chorus B, at 7:30 o'clock.
The double trio will meet at the schduled time in the Garden room at
the League building.
Michigan Daily Business Tryouts: The first meeting of training
course will be held at 4:00 p. m. Roll will be taken promptly at 4:00 p. m.
Your presence is requested.

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COMING EVENTS
Gargoyle Editoriul Tryouts: A meeting at 4:15 tomorrow afternoont
outline work for the coming issues and for assigning staff schedule

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Press building office.

Phi Sirma regul-r meeting in room 1139 Natural Science building
at 7:30 p. m. D:. Carl D. La Rue of the Botany Dept., will be the
speaker.
'Vrsity l . (, . T. C. F.and: The concert band will rehearse tonight
at 7:.5.
utuii~ Arn Club: The weekly class in life sketching will be held in
the ArcIt, lcurc building at 3 p. m., with Mr. Valerio as critic. Please
, change in dato.
Pa 4t : "-Mrs. Partridge Presents," a three-act comedy, will
OCuVej V 8udents in the Play Production classes, Wednesday, and
Thar5 ni'h tof this week, at 8:30 at the Laboratory theatre. Tickets
may be secured by calling in person at the Laboratory theatre box-
office between 2 and 4 o'clock on the days of performance; there is no
charge for these tickets but they are necessary for admission.
Mum mers Dramatic Society will hold their regular second semester
tryouts this week on Wednesday and^ Thursday afternoons from four
to five-thirty in the League. Please prepare one-minute parts. All
members must attend.
Socialists: There will be a meeting of the Michigan Socialists Club
at 7:30, i room 302, Michigan Union. All who are interested in Social-
ism are invited to attend.
World Court: The World Court Student Committee, the S. C. A., the
Round Table Club, and the Tolstoy League will hold a meeting on the
entrance of the United States into the World Court at 4:15, in Natural
science auditorium. Dean H. M. Bates will preside and Prof. J. H.
Muyskens, Prof. H. A. Steiner, Dr. F. S. Onderdonk, Catherine Robinson,
'32, and Leonard Kimball, '33, will speak on the significance of the
World Court. The public is invited and will be given opportunity to
sign the petition to the Senators of Michigan.

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Zoology Lectures: Dr. Ralph W. Gerard of the University of Chicago
will give the following lectures:
Thursday, March 5, 4:15 p. in. "The activity of nerve and brain."
Natural Science auditorium (University Lecture).
Thursday, March 5, 7:30 p. in. "Energy relations in nerve metabol-
ism." Room 2116 Natural Science building.
,Friday, March 6, 4:15 p. in. "Chemical processes in nerve metabol-
ism." Room 2116 Natural Science building.
Fourth freshman lecture in Hygiene for men, ,will be given in Water-
man gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, March 5 and 6, at 3-4 and 5
p. m. This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular physical
training classes, athletic squads and others that have been excused
from these groups. Geo. A. May.

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Geography 1, 33, and 113: The make-up examinations for these
courses will be held on March 7, in room 18 A. H. at 9 a. m.
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. W. H. Magruder of the Central
Public Service Corporation of Chicago, will be in room 221 West Engi-
neering building on Thursday, March 5, for the purpose of interviewing
those men who may be interested in employment with this company
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meeting of the French Circle at
7:45 Thursday, in the Circle mee-
ing room. Professor John. W. Eaton
is to talk on the Englishman in
Eighteenth Century French Liter-
ature.
All Campus Forum: Fred J. Ire-
land, prominent producer, play-
wright, and actor, will speak on
"What's Wrong with the Stage,"
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MARCH 10th
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Detroit chapter: Mr. Ernest R.
Johnson of the Republic Steel cor-
poration will give a talk at 8 p. m.,
in room 3201 East Engineering
building on the subject "Stainless
Irons and Steels." All who are in-
terested are invited to be present.

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plant growth."
Undergraduate Physics Club wi
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the West Physics-building, W dnes"-
day, March 4, at 7:45 o'clock. Fred
Flynn, '32E, will talk and present
experiments on the subject Sph er-
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