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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members

Comedy Club meeting of the club in room 203 University hall at
4:15 p. m.I A EN ER
Phi Epsilon Kappa meets in room 302, Union, 7:30 p. m. F P.1 P I ITIOM

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of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
the President until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

NO. 1261

VOL. XLI.

THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1931

NOTICES'
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to the students of the
University from 4 to 6 o'clock on the last two Wednesday afternoons in
April, that is, April 22 and April 29, instead of the first two Wednes-
days of the month as usual. Please note this change of plan.
The Senate Council wll meet at 4:15 p. in., Monday, March 30, rOom
D Law School, for consideration of the report of the Senate Committee
on University Affairs.
Students' Recital: Burnette Bradley, soprano and Robert Crandell
pianist, with Grace Snyder accompanist will give the following recital
at the School of Music on Maynard Street, Friday night, March 27, at
8:15 o'clock, to which the general public with the exception of small
children is invited. There will be no admission charge:
Each: Preludes C major, E flat minor; Chopin: Preludes G sharp
minor, C sharp minor; Scriabin: Preludes Op. 67, No. 2, Op. 37, No. 2
(Robert Crandell); Faure: Notre Amour: Faure: Clair de Lune; Re-
spighi: Nevicata; Respighi: Nebbie (Burnette Bradley); Niemann: Sing-
ing Fountain; Tcherepnine: Berceuse; Mozkowski: Caprice Espagnal
(Mr. Crandell); Beethoven: Ich liebe dich; Strauss: Zueignung; Schu-
bert: Erlkonig (Miss Bradley) Liszt: Sposalizio; Liszt: Au Lac de Wal-
lenstadt; Chopin: Scherzo B fiat minor.
The duPont Fellowship in Chemistry has been renewed for the year
1931-32. Applications for this fellowship should be in the hands of
Professor Gomberg, room 266 Chemistry building, not later than April 6.
Students in Engineering: Students enrolled in any of the following
courses should report at the Secretary's Office, 263 West Engineering
building-Five-year courses combined with Industry; Combinations of
any two 'courses; Mathematics, or combinations of mathematical and
technical courses; 'Physics, or combinations with other courses; Engi-
neering Mechanics, or combinations; Engineering-Law course.
Louis A. Hopkins, secretary.
Students, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: The final day
for the removal of incompletes will be Saturday, April 11. This is in,
accordance with the ruling that if credit for a course is to be given, the
course must be completed by the end'of the eighth week of the semester
of residence next succeeding that in which the course was elected.
Louis A. Hopkins.
Students, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: The limit of
time for dropping a subject without record is six weeks from the open-
ing of the semeste, or March 28. Louis A. Hopkins, secretary
Alpha Nu: In order to conserve meeting time the revision of the
Constitution recommended by the committee will not be read in meet-
ing. A copy of the, present Constitution and of the proposed changes
will be on call at the desk in the Library on the second floor of the
Michigan Union today, Friday, and Saturday. All active members will
be expected to read this report and note any additions or corrections.!
Objections to the report will be heard at the next meeting, Tuesday, l
March 31st, and the proposed revision will then be voted upon. This
will be the sole opportunity for members to investigate the changes,
recommended; the vote next Tuesday will be final.
Frosh Frolic Favors: Additional favors for the Frosh Froli' have ar-
rived and may be secured at the TJnion desk any day this week in ex-l
ehange for the little grey receipt given out at the dwice.
EVENTS TODAY1
English '93 (Bibliography) will meet today in The William L. Cle-
ments Library at 2:00 p. in.
All-Campus Forum: Ira M. Smith, Registrar of the University, will
speak on "Our Present System of Marking," at 4:15 in room D, Alumni
Memorial hall.
Mr. I. K. Pond will speak on the folowing subjects under the auspices
of the College of Architecture:
Thursday, March 26-"Psychology of Form."
Friday, March 27-"Architecture in Education."
Both lectures will be given at 4:15 p. in., in room 102 Architecture
building. The public is invited.
Chemical Engineers: Professor George G. Brown will talk on "Re-
lation of good gasoline to motor performance," at 7:30 p. m. There will
also be the first reading of the report on a curriculum change. The
meeting will be held in the A. I. Ch. E. chapter room, 3201 East Engi-
neering building.
Seniors-Engineering College: Mr. Albert J. Parker will talk to the
seniors in the Engineering College at 4:00 p. m., in room 311 West Engi-
neering building, regarding practical plans of investment for graduates.
Members of the faculty are also invited to attend.

Faculty Women's Club: Tea this afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Alexander G. Ruthven, 815 South University Avenue, 3:30 to 5:30 p. m. Shows Confidence in Economic
Union Between Germany
Interclass Basketball Awards: Women who were not present at the and Austria. ":x
Basketball Banquet to receive their awards may get them in the W. A. P
A. office in the League from 3:30 to 4:30. Ii , today-procee t
;im and Vienna today proceeded to
work out the details of the pro-
Wesleyan Guild: Dr. Frederick B. Fisher will hold his second in- jected Austro - German ecenomic
forml stden r r_ union, drawing' the fire of France
formal student discussion group at Wesley hall at 4 o'clock. All stu- andot, dernrawi theyappearFdnce
dents are cordially invited to attend, and other countries, they appeared
d to have gained an unofficial ally in L r
Italy.
Faculty Rifle Shoot tonight at 7:30, Hors. R. O. T. C. Italian observers outside the gov- .:_.'...*..
ernment intimated that their coun-
try might be the first, with some of
R. O. T. C. Sabre team drills tonight in the drill hall, the Balkan countries, to join with
Germany and Austria in the cus-
toms union, which involves virtual
Pegasus meeting in th, League building at 7:15 p. n. Important free trade between the participat-
plans for the remainder of the semester to be discussed. ing nations.
The professed confidence that
'Varsity R. O. T. C. Band: Members of the concer t band are to meet Italy is strongly interested in the
at I-Till auditorium not later than 7:45. NicIas Falcone. idea and quite ' conceivably may-
a il u t u n l t t n : .F l njoin what is described as a "practi-
cal United States of Europe made Aristide Briand,
COMING EVENTS while Briand is dealing in words." Former French premier, who
University Lecture: Friday, March 27, at 4:15 p. i., room 1035 An- Official French quarters said that j conferred yesterday with Arthur
gell hall. Professor Harold Bohr, of the Department of Mathematics their government might decide to Henderson, British foreign minis-
of the University of Copenhagen: "Almost Periodic Functions." denounce the French commercial ter, probably in an attempt to se-
treaty with Germany and abstain cure England's aid in blocking the
The telescope in the Department of Astronomy, on the fifth floor in the future from all financial aid proposed European economic union.
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ENGINEERS WORK
ON DANCE PLANS
Near Completion of. Decorations
for Slide Rule Event.
Centering about the huge slide
rule which has been exhibited in
the window of an East University
street store, the plans for the deco-
rations of the annual Slide Rule
dance to be held from 9 until 2
o'clock tomorrow night in the ball-
room of the Union, are nearly com-
pleted.
Lyle F. Zisler, '32A, and John A.
White, '32A, are the committeemen
in charge of the decorative scheme
for the dance. Zisler was the de-
signer of the decorations for the
J-Hop this year ana White is
known for his drawings which have
appeared in the Michigan Technic,
student publication of the engi-
neering and architectural colleges.
Special late permission has been
awarded to women students who
" will attend the dance.

,ap w i lv piLvi LL 1s on vriaay anct'daturday evenings j
of this week (March 27 and 28). Parties will be shown the moon at
7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:30, 9:00 and 9:30 p. m.
Oratory Trials: All preliminary trials will be held in the society
rooms on the fourth floor of Angell hall at 3:00 p. m., on Tuesday, March
31. Sophomore trials will be held in Adelphi room; Junior and Senior
trials in Sigma Nu room. y
Final Oratorical Contest (the winner of which will receive the
Chicago Alumni Medal and will represent Michigan in the Northern
Oratorical Contest in Madison, Wisconsin, on May 8) will be held in
the Adelphi room on the fourth floor of Angell hall, Wednesday, May
1, at 7:30 p. m. Admission free.
Senior Engineering Class Meeting: Important class meeting Friday
in room 348 West Engineering building at 11 o'clock.
A. S. C. E.: Joint dinner meeting with Detroit Section to be held
at Michigan Union, Saturday, March 28, at 6:15. Faculty and members
are invited to attend.
EconomicsClub: Professor Plaut of the University of Hamburg will
speak to the Club at 7:30 p. in., on Monday, March 30, in room 302 of
the Union.
University Women: There will be another in the series of outdoor
parties sponsored by the Women's Athletic building on Saturday after-
noon, March 28. This party will be in the form of a treasure hunt and
will start from the Women's Athletic building at 2 o'clock. Come and
urng your friends.
Alpha Lambda Delta: All active members of Alpha Lambda Delta,
Freshman Honorary Society, will meet Saturday at 4 p. m., in the Mich-
igan League. Active members comprise all sophomore women who were
initiated last spring. Meeting room will be posted on the League bulle-
tin board.
Grand Rapids Union Alumni: A get-together will be held Saturday
evening, April 4, with Mr. and Mrs. Everest as guests. Further details
will be announced later.
Oriental Women's Club: The tea party planned on Sunday, March
29, has been postponed to April 26.

customs union project were carried
out.
M. Briand and Arthur Hender-
son, British foreign minister, will
confer today regarding the project-
ed union, M. Briand probably mak-
ing an effort to draw Great Britain
into any further demarche France
may attempt to prevent its con-
summation.
Pending developments, four na-
tions have suspended negotiations{
aiming at favorable commercial
treaties with Austria. These are
Czechoslovakia, Rumania, Jugo-
slavia and Hungary, who have been
seeking favorable revision of ex-
pired trade treaties.

STUDENTS TO BE EDITORS
UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA-
Students in the journalism classes
of the University of Minnesota will
take over the editing of four Min-
nesota newspapers during t h e
spring vacation.

Travel

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Spring Suits $30
Extra Trousers $7
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Michigan Union
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Engineering Council will meet in the Union at 7:15 p. m., room 306,
discuss plans for Spring activities in the College of Engineering and
is very important that all should make an effort to be present.

March 27, 1931
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