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PAGE EIGHT

THE, MT I-JiGAN

DAI LY

TUPI'SDAY, MARCH 24, 1931

PAGEEI~h THEMICHGANTUT~DAYMAR~ 24,193

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 Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

VOL. XLL

TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1931 NO. 124

NOTICES
THE HOPWOOD CONTESTS
FOR THE MAJOR AWARDS
Five major awards of $2,500 each are to be given to the five senior
or graduate students registered in some course in composition offered in
the Department of English who, having been in residence at least one!
year, have performed the best creative work in the fields of dramatic
writing, fiction, poetry, and the essay. These awards are not necessarily
- to be distributed in all the fields of writing each year. In case five stu-
dents do not, aualify for the five major awards in any year, the funds
from any major awards not made, will be distributed as minor awards.
IULES GOVERNING THE CONTEST
Eligibility.
The contests are open to all senior and graduate students regularly
enrolled in the University who have taken one course in either Com-
position or Rhetoric and Criticism this year or who, in the opinion of
the Committee on Awards, have taken sufficient work in these courses
in the Department of English Language and Literature.
Manuscripts.
A contestant may enter one or all of the contests and submit any
number of manuscripts in -each contest. Since the judges should have
the fullest opportunity to pass upon the qualities of student's work and
the student's potentialities as a writer, each contestant should submit
a quantity of his writing sufficient to make clear his capacities.
Form.
Manuscripts must be typed, double-spaced, on one side of the paper
only. There must be three copies of each composition. Manuscripts
are to be signed with a nom de plume, and accompanied with a scaled
envelope containing the nom de plume and the contestant's name. A
contestant must indicate clearly on each of his manuscripts that it is sub-
mitted for one of the major awards.
Date.
All manuscripts must be in the English Office, 3221 Angell Hall by
4:30. o'clock, Wednesday, April twenty-second.
DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY, SUMMER SESSION, 1931
SCHOOL OF MUSIC, SUMMER SESSION, 1931
COLLEGES OF ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURE ANNOUNCE-
MENT, 1931-193N.
The Editorial Division announces the issue of the bulletins listed
above as Numbers 40, 41, and 42 of Volume XXXII of the University Of-
ficial Publication.
Engineering Freshmen: The.next assembly will be held in the usual
room instead of in Natural Science auditorium as announced.
Frosh Frolic Favors: Additional favors for the Frosh Frolic have ar-
rived and may be secured at the Union desk any day this week in ex-
change for the little grey receipt given out at the dance.
EVENTS TODAY
Play Reading Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet at 2:30
in the Michigan League.
DEUTSCHER ZIRKEL. Meeting tonight at 8 o'clock in the Women's
league. Dr. Walter A. Reichart will speak about "Besuch bei Haupt-
mann."
'Varsity R.O.T.C. Band: The concert band will rehearse this after-
noon from 5:00 to 6:00.
Reserve Band: Rehearsal tonight at 7:30. Morris Hall.
Capital Punishment: Prof John F. Shepard, and Rev. E. J. Forsythe,
secretary of the Michigan Association Opposed to Capital Punishment,
will speak on Capital Punishment at 4:15, in room 231, Angell hall.
Sophomore omen: Election for Junior Girls' Play Committee on
Tuesday, Marcha 24, at 4:00 p.m., in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. All
sophomore women are asked to be present. __

Senior Engineering Class Meeting in room 345, West Engineering
bldg., at 9 o'clock.
All Campus Fencing: The final bouts of the all campus fencing meet
that have as yet not been completed will be run off this afternoon from
4 to 6 in the auxiliary gymnasium.
Members of the Glee Club who are making the Hudson trip will
meet at the Michigan Union at 4:30 this afternoon.
The Social Dancing Classes will meet at the Women's Athletic Build-
ing this evening-the beginner's class at 7:30 and advanced class at
8:30.
Alpha Nu will meet in its room on the fourth floor of Angell Hall to
discuss the proposition, "Resolved, that a respectably strong third party I
would be advantageous to government in the United States." a pledges
are expect:..l to attend and take part in the discussion. Outsid' rs will.
be welcomed at any of our meetings.
Adelphi House of Representatives: The meeting at 7:30 tonight in
room 4203 Angell hall will be devoted to parliamentary drill. All who are
interested are invited to attend. Applicants for membership will be given
a final opportunity to make try-out speeches. Speeches are to be three
minutes long, on any topic. All men students on the campus are eligible
for membership in the House.
Athena: Business meeting at 7:30 p.m. The Zeta Phi Eta-Athena
debate on the grading system will take place at 8:00 p.m.

ssoln Theatre, Wednesday evening,
March 25, at 8:15.
Faculty Rifle Shoot: There will
be a Faculty Rifle Shoot Thursday,
March 26, at 7:30 p.m.
National Association of Cost Ac-
,countants, Detroit Chapter. Spec-
ial meeting on Thursday, March 26
at the Michigan Bell Telephone
Company, 1365 Cass Avenue. Plant'
visitation, 4:30 to 6:30. Dinner,
6:30, price $1.50. Technical session,
8:30. The speaker will be Russel
E. Driver, Chief Accountant of the
Michigan Bell Telephone Company
on the subject of telephone ac-
counting. Faculty and students of
the University are especially in-
vited.
Faculty Women's Club: Tea at
the home of Mrs. Alexander G.
Ruthven, 815 South University Ave-
nue, Thursday, March 26, 3:30 to
5:30 p. m.
Mrs. Cadwell's Group Meeting for'
Girls: Wednesday at 4:15 p.m. at
the Presbyterian Church House

and discussion in the series "Tl 1
Girl of Today and Her Problem.
All girls who are interested are
cordially invited.
Phi Delta Kappa will hold a
business meeting in room 4009,
University High School, Wednes-
day, March 25 at 4:00 p.m.
The regular meeting of the U.
of M. Radio Club will be held Wed-
nesday, March 25, at 7:30 p.m., in
Room 304 of the Michigan Union.
Prof. William H. Hobbs will speak
on "The Explorer and the Radio
Amateur."
The Romance Languages Journal
Club will meet Wednesday, March
25, at 4:10 p.m. in room 408 Ro-
mance Languages Building. The
following papers will be presented:
"What is Standard Italian", by'
Prof.Camillo P. Merlino; "Julien
Green" by Mr. Francis W. Gravit.
Sigma Delta Chi luncheon at
Union today. Members should
bring all Grid Banquet manu-

DEBATE SOCIETIES
TO MEET TONIGHT
Parliamentary drill and an open
forum on the advisability of a
strong third party will occupy the
programs of Adelphi and Alpha Nu,
literary forensic societies, at their
meetings tonight.
"Resolved, that a respectably
strong third party would be advan-
tageous to government in the Unit-
ed States," is the Alpha Nu topic
for its open forum. The names of
those who have pledged to the so-
ciety will be announced.
Adelphi has announced that to-
night will be the last on which ap-
plication' may be made for admit-
tance. Those who wish to join may
deliver three-minute tryout speech-
es on any subject they choose.
SPECIAL!
Spring Suits $30
Extra Trousers $7
CHAS. DOUKAS
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Zeta Phi Eta: The meeting will be held at 7:15 o'clock this
Remaining second semester tryouts will take place at this time.
ing the tryouts the Athena-Zeta Phi Eta debate will take place.

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Christian Science Organization meets at 8:00 p.m., in the chapel of,
the Michigan League building.
All Campus Forum: Dr. Gustave A. Blumenthal will speak on "Char-
acter Analysis and How to do it" at 8:00 p.m. in Lane Hall Auditorium.
"Mother India": Dr. C. G. Kulkarni will lecture at 8:15 p.m., in Nat-
ural Science Auditorium.
COMING EVENTS
Sociology 168-The Newspaper as a Social Institution. The mid-sem-
ester Wednesday will include, among other things, basic dates in the
history of the newspaper and statistical facts on number, distribution
and circulation, from Odegard, Bent and the lecturers.
The fifth freshman lecture in Hygiene for men, will be given in
Waterman Gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, March 26 and 27, at 3-4
and 5 p.m. This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular phys-
ical training classes and athletic - - -____
squads and others that have been
excused from these groups.L

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Forestry Club Meeting, Wednes-
day, 7:30 p.m., room 2039 Natural
Science building. Gilbert Stewart
of the State Conservation Depart-
ment and formerly of the Maine
School of Forestry will speak on
"Forestry in Northern New Eng-
land."

tea uaning
every
afternoon
three thirty
until five

ALE.E. Meeting: Wednesday
ning, 7:15 in room 248 West
gineering. W. H. Bixby will
on "Oscillographs."

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