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THE.'- M T H I N

DAILY

FRTDAY. MARCH 27- 193f

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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. XLI.

FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1931

NO. 127

NOTICES
An exhibition of Japanese prints is to be held soon by the Ann
Arbor Art Association. Anyone having prints which they would like to
submit are urged to communicate as soon as possible with either Mrs.
John Waite, 1909 Day St., or Otto :Laporte, 322 N. State St.
The Senate Council will meet at 4:15 p. m., Monday, March 30, room
D Law School, for consideration of the report of the Senate Committee
on University Affairs.
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, University organist, will omit the
regular organ recital on Wednesday afternoon, April 1, but instead will
give a special program of Good Friday music, Friday afternoon, April
3, at 4:15 o'clock. The general public with the exception of small child-
ren is invited but is respectfully urged to be seated on time. The pro-
gram is as follows: Frescobaldi:" Toccata per L'Elevazione; Bach: Two
Choial Preludes, "We thank Thee, Lord, that Thou hath died" "O Man,
bemoan thy grievous sins"; Borowski: Meditation (Suite in E minor);
Strauss-Christian: Reverie; Malling: Gethsemane; Dupre: Crucifixion
(Passion Symphony); Karg-Elert: Fugue Canzone and Epilogue; Wag-
ner: Good Friday Music from "Parsifal."
Faculty Concert: Mabel Ross Rhead, pianist and Wassily Besekir-
sky, violinist, will give the following program in a sonata recital Sunday
afternoon, March 29, at 4:15 o'clock in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
The general public with the exception of small children is invited but
is respectfully urged to be seated on time: Bach: Sonata F minor, Largo,
Allegro, Adagio, Vivace; Brahms: Sonata G major, Op. 78, Vivace ma
non troppo, Adagio, Allegro molto moderato; Grieg: Sonata C minor
Op. 45, Allegro molto appassionata, Allegretto impressivo alla Romanza
Allegro aminato.
Summer Session: Beginning with Saturday morning, March 28,
copies of the Complete Announcement of the Summer Session of 1931
may be obtained in the registration offices of the various schools and
colleges. Edward H. Kraus.
Students in Engineering: Students enrolled in any of the foilowing
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.

Harold Bohr, of the Department of Mathematics of the University of
Copenhagen: "Almost Periodic Functions."
Mr. I. K. Pond will speak under the auspices of the College of Archi-
tecture on "Architecture in Education," at 4:15 p. in., in room 102 Archi-
tecture building. The public is invited.
The telescope in the Department of Astronomy, on the fifth floor
of Angell hall, will be open to visitors on Friday and Saturday evenings
(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.
Senior Engineering Class Meeting: Important class meeting in room
348 West Engineering building at 11 o'clock.
COMING EVENTS
Oratory Trials: All preliminary trials will be held in the society
rooms on the fourth floor of Angell hall at 3:00 p. in., on Tuesday, March
31. Sophomore trials will be held in Adelphi room; Junior and Senior
trials in Sigma Nu room.
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 andj
will start from the Women's Athletic building at 2 o'clock. Come and
orng your friends.
Alpha Lambda Delta: All active members of Alpha Lambda Delta,
Freshman Honorary Society, will meet Saturday at 4 p. in., 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.
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, April
1, at 7:30 p. m. Admission free.
History 12 (Lecture Section I): Mid-semester examination Wednes-
day, April 1, at the lecture hour. Mr. Scott's and Mr. Slosson's sections
in room 1025 Angell hall; all others in Natural Science auditorium.
Economics 52: Rooms for the examination on Monday are assigned
as follows: Mr. Niehuss' and Mr. Hoad's sections in N. S. aud.; Mr. Robin-
son's and Mr. Horner's sections in- -
103 R. L.; Mr. Palmer's and Mr. CMU RVLBRA
Caverly's sections in 101 Ec. CAMPUS TRAVEL BUREAU
Union Side Desk 12-6 P. M.

"Steel Firm Will Make
$10,000,000Bond Issue
YOUNGSTOWN, 0., " Mar. 26.-
Stockholders of Newton Steel Co.
have approved a bond issue of $10,-
000,000 proceeds to be used to re-
tire maturing obligations and to
reimburse the treasury for expendi-
tures in building a plant at Monroe,
Mich.
The maturing obligations to be
paid off are $3,000,000 worth of six
per cent convertible gold notes
dated Jan. 1, 1930, and due Dec. 31,
1931.
The vote authorized directors to
fix the terms of the Dond sale, It
is unlikely that the company will
sell the entire authorized issue, at
least not at present.
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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 inust 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 semester, or March 28. Louis A. Hopkins, secretary
Alpha Nu: A copy of the proposed revision of the Constitution may
be secured today and tomorrow at the desk in the Library on the sec-
ond floor of the Union. All active members must read this report before
the meeting next Tuesday.
EVENTS TODAY
University Lecture at 4:15 p. in., room 1035 Angell hall. Professor
Freshman Night

Two large stocks of Bibles, Hymnal and Prayer Books-also a
splendid selection of
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Hindustan Club regular meeting
in Lane hall on Saturday, 7:30 p. m.
Liberal Student Union: Sunday
evening at 7:30-Liberal Student's
Union will discuss "Pros and Cons
of Capital Punishment" led by Pro-
fessor Burke Shartel of the Law
School.
CAMPUS TRAVEL BUREAU
Union Side Desk 12-6 P. M.
Announcing
The
deluxe student express
$25.*75'
round
for spring vacation
Union Side Desk 12-6 P. M.
CAMPUS TRAVEL BUREAU

NOTICE!
$6.75 round trip
tickets good for springI
vacation may be bought
up to April 1, after
which the fare will be
increased.
GRE OUND
Union Side Desk, 12-6 p. m.
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