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THE MICHIGAN DAILYYsUDADA, MARH 29,193

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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. XLL

SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1931

NO. 129

Additional Notices on Page 2
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 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.
Notice to Seniors: The followng statement is issued in response
to a number of inouiries:+
Payment of class dues is not a matter with which the Faculty or
the-Regents concern themselves when considering candidates for gradu-
ation; it is solely a matter between the individual and his class as an
organization. Hence, payment of class dues is not a prerequisite to
graduation. Dealers in caps and gowns inform me that they do not
propose to inquire into the antecedents of prospective customers,
whether renters or purchasers.
Shirley W. Smith, vice-president and secretary.
Biological Station: Applications for admission for the coming sum-
mer session should be in my hands before April 15, when all applications
will be considered. Announcements of the courses offered can be ob-
tained at the office of the Summer Session or from the Director. Appli-
cations should be made on the application blanks which can be secured
at my office, room 1119 Natural Science building, from 4 to 6 p. in., daily.
George R. La Rue, director.
University Loan Committee: The University Loan Committee will
meet on Tuesday, March 31, at 1:30 p. m., in room 2, University hall.
Students who have filed applications with the Office of the Dean of
Students should call at that office for an appointment with the Com-
mittee. J. A. Bursley, chairman.
Senior Recital: Kate Keith Field, soprano, will give the followingj
senior program in which she will be assisted by Thelma Newell, violinist
and Louise Nelson, pianist, Wednesday afternoon, April 1, at 4:15 o'clock
in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. The general public is invited.
Weingartner: Liebesfeier; Brahms: Feldeinsamkeit; Strauss: Ruhe,
Meine Seele; Die Nacht; Cecily; Mozart: L'amero from "Il Re Pastore";
Loret: Chanson de Barberine; Faure: Les Roses d' Ispahan; Rauel: La
Flute Enchantee; Fourdrain: Carnaval; Griffes:- Thy Dark Eyes To
Mine; In Myrtle Shade; Skinner: Nature's Music; Taylor: A Song For
Lovers; Hageman: Me Company Along.
Students' Recital: The following pupils of Lucile Graham Schoen-
Dine and Dance

feld, pianist and Thelma Newell, violinist, of the staff of the School of'
Music will give a recital at the School of Music Auditorium, Wednesday
evening, April 1, at 7:45. The general public is invited:
Roberta Washington, Margaret Emery, Richard Mann, Frances
Bonisteel, Mary Jayne Bradley, Barbara Nan Berry, Phyllis Brumm,
Betty Dice, Magdalene Collins, Jean Maddy, Virginia Osgood, Edna
Gustin, Bessie Field, Helen Smith. Miss Dorothy Knoelk, Josephine Ball
and Gwendolyn Pike will be the accompanists while Eleanor Phillips, a
pupil of Miss Hunt will also assist.
Civil Service Examinations for Social Workers in Connection with
the U. S. Veteran's Bureau: Applications will be received by the U. S.
Civil Service Commission until June 30, 1931. I shall be glad to inter-
view students in the Curriculum of Social Work who may be interested
in these positions. A. E. Wood.
University Scholarships: Students College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts. The following students are requested to meet the Scholarship
Committee on Tuesday, March 31, in room 112 Romance Languages
building, at the time indicated below:
Baker, F. H., 4:00; Cooper, F. E., 4:05; Daniels, Dorothy, 4:10; Low-
eke, G. P., 4:15; La Rue, Nellie, 4:20; Pasquale, V., 4:25; Pierce, Robert,
4:30; Rollinson, Carl L., 4:35; Schwartz, C. H., 4:40; Schriver, Cecelia,
4:45; Sherry, A. F., 4:50; S-anger, R. J., 4:55.
Literary Students: Students expecting to enter any professional
school in this University next fall, on any combined curiculum, shout
file their applications in room 4, U. I., on or before April 2". Inasmuch
as this final date falls on the very first day after spring vacation, most
students intending to file such applications will do well to attend to the
matter before vacation begins. The penalty for late application is $5.
- -

Dr. fMargare; Bell will not be in her office at the Health Service,
diring the week of March 30 except by appointment.
EVENTS TODAY
Scalp and Blade: All members are requested to meet at the Michi-
gan Union at 2:30 p. in., in room 306.
Baptist Students are supporting the sessions of the Human Rela-
tions Parley, and the Fellowship Tea at the Union, today at six. The
usual Sunday evening gathering at Guild House will be omitted.
Senior Engineering Class Officers: Meeting in room 302, Michigan
Union, at 9:30 a. m.
Honor Guard of the Senior Lit Class: A short meeting will be held
this afternoon in room 316 of the Union at 3:30. Your attendance will
be checked at this half-hour meeting.
Prof. O. J. Campbell will give a reading this afternoon in the Grand
Rapids Room of the League building at 3:30 o'clock. This is the fourth
in a series of readings sponsored by the League Library Committee.
The Round Table Club meets at 3 o'clock at the Michigan League.
Sher Quarishi will lead a discussion on the movement for independence
in India. Students and faculty invited.

A Social Service Meeting to dis-
cuss the problems of poverty and
relief in the outlying districts of
Ann Arbor will be held in the Union
at 8:15 p. m. All students nterested
are cordially invited.
Episcopal Students: There will be
no supper at Harris hall this eve-
ning. The group will join the meet-
ing of all the church groups for
supper at the Union.
Cantata at 4:40 p. m., in St. An-
drew's Church. The men and boys
choir will give the cantata, "Olivet
to Calvary" by Maunder under the
direction of Mr. N. S. Ferris, organ-
ist. Mr. Arthur Hackett will sing
the tenor solos and Mr. Phillip Cul-
kin will sing the bass solos. The
public is cordially invited to attend.
The League of Evangelical Stu-
dents: Dr. H. Meeter, Professor of
Bible at Calvin College, will speak
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