DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
tional convention will be made at important business meeting in Adelphi
room, cnvellbe". at 4:15eporta uiesmetnnAepp Alumni N enaL ers
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Publication iz% 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.
U. of M. Radio Club regular meeting at 7:30 p. in., in the MichiganI T'[[r r
Union. Prof. Bdmin F. Bailey of the Electrical Engineering Dept.,F IIr
will be the speakerL
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1931
At 6:15 p. m., preceeding the regular meeting, all members who find
it convenient will have dinner together in the Tap room of the Union. To Cover Topics of Meteorology
and Aerology With Results
Michigan Socialists Club meeting at the Michigan Union, room 308, Found in Experiments.
at 7:30. Prof. Slosson will speak on the English Labor Movement. All -
are invited to attend.a
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to the students of the
University from 4 to 6 o'cock on the last two Wednesday afternoons in Theosophy: Regular meeting at 8 p. in., in the Michigan League.
April, that is, April 22 and April 29, instead of the first two Wednes- Dr. Kola will speak on Religions of China. Everybody welcome.
days of the month as usual. Please note this change of plan. ______
Notice to Seniors!-DWploma Fees Payable Now! Early settlement
is necessary for the preparation of diplomas. In no case will the Uni-
versity confer a degree at Commencement upon any student who fails
to pay this fee before 4 p. m., May 27. In case the Faculty does not
recommend any payor, the fee will be refunded on surrender of receipt
for payment. The above applies also to fees for all special certificates.
Candidates for degrees 'or certificates should AT ONCE fill out card
at office of the Secretary of THEIR COLLEGE or SCHOOL, pay the
Treasurer* of the University and have card receipted, and file indicated
section- of this receipted card with the Secretary of their College or
Please do not delay till the last moment, but attend to this matter
at once. We must letter, sign, and seal approximately 2,500 diplomas
and certificates, and we shall be greatly helped in this work by early
payment of the fee and consequent longer period for preparation.
Shirley W. Smith, vice-president and secretary of the University.
*The Treasurer's Office is closed on Saturday afternoons.
University Bureau of Appointments ani Occupational Information:
The Civil Service Commission of the City of Detroit announces the fol-
lowing pending examinations:
Lifeguard (Seasonal Employment Only)-4-18-31.
Jr. Building Operating Engineer-4-21-31.
Sr. Building Operating Engineer (Seasonal) -4-21-31.
Jr. Power Plant Operating Engineer-4-23-31.
Sr. Power Plant Oper. Engineer (Seasonal)-4-23-31.
Playleader (Male and Female). (Maximum Age Limit-
36 yrs. inc.)-4-25-31.
Playleader-summer playground (male and female).
(Maximum Age limit-36 yrs. inc.)-4-25-31.
Applications must be filed at the offices of the Commission one week
prior to date of examination. Applicants must have been residents of
the City of Detroit for at least one year immediately prior to date of
For further information call at the office of the Bureau, 201 M: H.
Spring Vacation: Information concerning reduced student rates
and special schedules may be had at the Side Desk in the Union lobby,
12 to 7 p. m., today and tomorrow.
Women who wish to apply for the graduate fellowship of the Alum-
nae Council, amounting to $750 for next year, are reminded that April
20 is the time limit for applications.eBlanks are available in the office
' of Dean Alice Lloyd, and should be secured immediately by those desir-
Students, School of Education: Permission to drop courses without
"E" grades will not be given after Friday, April 10, except under extraor-
No course is considered officially dropped unless it has been reported
in the office of the Recorder of the School of Education, 1437 University
Students, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Except under
extraordinary circumstances, courses dropped after April 10 will be re-
corded with a grade of E. W. R. Humphreys.
Mid-Semester Reports Concerning Freshman Architectural Stu-
dents: Will instructors kindly send reports on these students who are
falling below a C grade to the office of Professor Lorch, 207 Architecture
building. Cards for the purpose have already been sent through the
Graduate School: Students enrolled in the Graduate School will not
be permitted to drop courses after Spring Vacation. A course is not
officially dropped until it is reported in the office of the Graduate
School, 1014 Angell hall. G. Carl Huber, dean.
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, University organist, will give a
program of Easter music in Hill auditorium at 4:15. The general public
with the exception of small children is invited.
Zoology Lecture: Dr. Robert Chambers of Washington Square Col-
lege, New Yrk City, will lecture at 2:15 p. m., "Physical and Chemical
Properties of Protoplasm illustrated with Cinematographs." Natural
Lecture in Mathematics: Prof. J. A. Schouten of Delft, Holland, will
speak on "The generalized idea of parallelism and its applications in
modern geometry and physics," at 4:15 p. in., in room 1035 Angell hall.
Sophomore Engineers: Today in frort of the main bulletin board
of the West Engineering building, you will be given a last opportunity
to pay your class dues before placing orders for your Junior Jackets.
Orders for the jackets will be taken the first week after vacation.
Recital of "The Servant in The House": Mr. Ralph R. Johnson, of
the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture, will give a recital of
Charles Rann Kennedy's play "The Servant in the House," at 7:30 p. m.,
in room 302 Mason hall. The public is cordially invited.
Mathematical Club: Tea will be served in the office of Prof. Rainich,
3001 A. g., from 3:30 to 4:10. Members are reminded that the Schouten
lecture begins at 4:15.
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Mr. John T. Eash will be the speaker
at the Seminar at 4 o'clock.in room 3201 East Engineering building, on
the subject, "The Alpha Phase Boundary of the Copper-Tin-Nickel
A. S. C. E.: There will be a short business meeting at 7:15 p. m., in
room 1213 East Engineering building.
Delta Sigma Rho: Election of new members and delegates to na-
Alpha Kappa :lta meets this evening, at 8, at the residence of
Prof. Holmes. Newly elected members are also invited.
'Varsity R. 0. T. C. Band: Members of the concert band are to report
at Hill auditorium at 7 o'clock in uniform.
Women in Freshman Pageant: The Waltz group will meet in the
big gymnasium at 4:00. The Priestesses will meet in Barbour gymna-
sium, upstairs, at 4 o'clock. The Impressionistic group will meet at the
same place at 4:30.
Michigarnensian Business Staff: The following are requested to turn
their sales books in today by 4 p. m.: Rayen, Andre, Barnett, Taylor,
McPhail, McOmber, Neberle, Jones, Stacey, Driscoll, Thorner, Carstens.1
a lnir the ausices of the depart-
ment of geology and the depart-
ment of aeronautics of the engi-#
ncering college, Prof. S. P. Fergus-
son of the United States weather
bureau will (lelivec a series of six
lectures on the data and problems
of aecology, o th1e study of the
upper atmos9chere, during the two-
week period beginning April 23.
The first of these lectures willj
take up the advance of meteorology
since earliest times and the con-
tributions of Anerican individuals
and institutions. The data of aerol-
ogy, including the extent of the
atmosphere and its elements, will
be considered in the second discus-
sion, and Professor Fergusson will
speak on meteorological exploration
of the atmosphere in the third talk.
The importance of clouds in the
study of the atmosphere is the topic
for the fourth talk, with the sub-
ject of aerological soundings by
means of balloons being discussed
by the speaker at the fifth address.
The subject of the final discussion
will be aerological soundings by
means of kites and aeroplanes.
'Professor Fergusson served asy
chief aerologist on the first Green-
land expedition sponsored by the
University in 1926. He is a pioneer
in the study of the upper air by
means of kites and balloons, hving
carried on extensive experimenta-
tion at the Bluehili observatory in
President Alexander G. Ruthven ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., April 7.
and Mrs. Ruthven will be enter- _-(A)-The police theory that ex-
tained by the University of Michi- pert whipping for a fee was being
gan club of Grand Rapids at din- carried on in this area by a band of
ner today. T. Hawley Tapping, gen- professional floggers was strength-
eral secretary of the Alumni asso- ened today by the beating of Owen
:iation, will also attend. Jackson, a barber.
Last week six were arrested for a
Mrs. Lunette Hadley, director of flogging in this (Pinllas) and Holls-
the alumni catalogue ofilce, Wil- brough Counties. Jackson's flog-
fred B. Shaw, director of alumni re- ging, it was revealed last night,
ations, and T. Hawley Tapping will took place Friday night by a gang
go to Atlanta Tuesday to attend the that abducted him to a place in
annual convention of the American Hernando County, beat him, and
gave him "10 days to leave town."
Bennie Oosterbaan, assistant foot- Jackson declined to give some of
ball coach, will speak before alumni the details of the whipping and of-
members of the University of Mich- ficers said they had not learned
ig n club of Youngstown, :., next why he had been beaten.
Garden Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet at
Entrance of the Michigan League building, at 2 p. m., to visit
Gardens. As many as can please bring autos.
All Campus Forum: James Schermerhorn, founder and editor of
the Detroit Times for 21 years, will speak -on "The Relation of the
Metropolitan Press to the University," Thursday at 4:15 in room D,
Alumni Memorial hall.
Political Science 2: The mid-semester examination in this course
will be given Thursday during the lecture hour in Natural Science
auditorium. James K. Pollock.
Electrical Engineering Seniors: Representatives of The Detroit Edi-
son Company will interview for recruiting purposes on Thursday, April 9.
Those interested should sign on the posted schedule.
Mechanical Engineering Seniors: Representatives of the Detroit
Edison Company will be in room 221 West Engineering bldg., on Thurs-
day, April 9, for the purpose of interviewing any men who are interested
in employment with this company.
Business Ad School: There will be a general get-together of all
Business Ad students, faculty, and those interested, at the Union, Thurs-
day, April 9, 8 p. in. Good entertainment, eats, music, and smokes. PleaseI
get your tickets early.I
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Representatives from the Firestone Tire & Rubber Company will be
in the office on April 14 and 15. Students wishing interviews may make
appointments and secure application blanks at the office, 201 Mason hall.
Geological and Geographical Journal Club: Will meet on Thursday,
April 9, at 8 o'clock in room 3054 N. S. Dr. K. C. McMurry will give an
illustrated lecture on "Geographical Exploration of Isle -Royale.
Glider Section: Meeting on Thursday, April 9, 7:30 p. in., 343 West
Engineering building. Meet at St. Joseph will be discussed. All mem-
bers are requested to be present,
Play Product hn: Three cne-act
plays will be given a laboratory
presentation at 8:30 o'clock Thurs-
day night at the Laboratory thea-
tre, under the direction of students.
There will be no tickets given out
for this program. Therefore, due to
this, the doors will be open until
8:30, and then closed until the end
of the first play.
Pi Lambda Theta: Alumnae News
Letter will be ready on Thursday
afternoon at 4 o'clock in Esther
'Varsity Glee Club: There will be
a,very important business meeting
after rehearsal Thursday night. All
members must be present.
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Vigilantes Will Cope
With Worm Poachers intercollegiate standards.
NEW YORK, April 7.--(A)-Vigi-
lantes - no les --- have been called
out to defend the College Point,t
L. I., angleworms.
Certain persons from Nassau
County - where there's an ordi--P ---
nance regulating angleworm
ging-are sneaking over to College
Point and absconding with worms TWO STORES
which College Point'people intend-
ed to use to fatten their own fish- 711 North University 902 South State
Although there is no law to pro-
tect these Colle ge Point worms, Col- ...
lege Point patriots have formed a
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If the Nassauer persist in warm -
poaching, it was stated at College
Point today, steps will be taken. CFE
CR DTPraeor for much when you choose your bank-
Lilerty at State. ..
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most convenient for University people.
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The Newman Traveltalk - on the
Passion Play of 1930 should not be
confused with any other Passion Play.
The Oberammergau Passion Play
is given only every ten years. Given
in 1930, it will not again be produced
The Oberammergau Passion Play
is produced only in the village of
Oberammergau by the Bavarian peas-
You can see the Oberammergau
Passion Play of 1930 now only as pre-
sented through the camera, as Mr.
Newman will describe it at Hill Audi-
TuesdaV. Anril 21, at 8 o'clock,
$2575 round trip
$1050 round trip
Low fares and fast
student specials to
New reclining chair
$6 75round trip
Direct expreses from
the Union Friday.a
Low round trip rates.
21 hrs., 45 minute 1
$13.50 round trip
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