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THE MICHIGAN DAIAILY

TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1931

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

The English Honors Course will meet at Professor Strauss's residence, Bill Simpson, who was a minister, a laborer in many fields of indus-
1601 Cambridge Road, at 8 p. m. try, and who has given up all property, will speak at Harris hall at 4:30
today. All welcome.
Sociology 257, Child's Guidance (Nathaniel Hirsch): The regular
meeting of the class this afternoon at 3 o'clock will be held in room 2013 Christian Science Organization meets at 8 p. in., in the chapel of
Angell hall instead of in the Library. the Michigan League building.

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.

TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1931

NO. 146

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 Wednesday afternoon, April 29.
The Printing and Binding Department in the Library building is in
position at the present time to do book binding for members of the
faculties. Please consult Mr. W. C. Hollands.
University Lecture: Dr. Ferandus Payne, of Indiana University, will
lecture on the subject "Twentieth Century Advances in Biology," Thurs-
day, May 7, at 8 p. m., in Natural Science auditorium. The public is
cordially invited.
University Loan Committee: The University Loan Committee will
meet on Wednesday, April 29, 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.

Class in Naval Aviation: There will be no meeting of this class this
evening. W. E. Lay.
Junior Mathematical Society meets at 8 p. m., in room 3011 AngellJ
hall. Professor L. A. Hopkins will speak on "Stellar Structure."
Sigma Delta Chi: Election of officers at noon today at the Union.
All members are urgently requested to be present.
The Men's Physical Education Club meets in the Michigan Union at
7:30 this evening. Mr. Guy Morrison, director of physical and health
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Gargoyle Business Staff and Tryouts will meet at 4:15 p. m. Tryouts
will report at 3 p. m., for mailing-out.
Society of Industrial Engineers: There will be a meeting this eve-
ning at 7:15 in room 306 of the Union. Mr. A. N. Gustine, factory man-,
ager of the King-Seeley Corporation will be the speaker. Inasmuch as
the King-Seeley Corporation has just recently instituted the Bedeaux
Point system of wage payment, Mr. Gustine will probably talk somewhat
upon this subject, making the meeting quite interesting in view of
present labor conditions. All interested are cordially invited.

Wednesday afternoon, April 29, on'
the subject "Economics of Land
Planning with Particular Reference
to Radburn. N. J., 'The Town for the
Motor Age.'" Mr. Wright will also
address the class in Real Estate
Fundamentals in room 110 Tappan
hall at 8 Thursday morning, April
30. All who are interested are in-
vited to attend either or both lec-
tures.
Phi Beta Kappa Initiation Ban-
quet: The Initiation Banquet of the
Alpha Chapter in Michigan will be
held at the Michigan League on
Tuesday, May 5, at 6:30 p. m. Elmee
E. Brown, Class of 1889, former
Commissioner of Education, Chan-
cellor of New York university, will
deliver the principal -address. All,
members of Phi Beta Kappa in the
city are welcome. This year the
banquet will be open to the hus-
bands and wives of members. Please
make reservations for places at the
Secretary's office or by mail before
noon on May 2.
Orma F. Butler, secretary.
3233 Angell hall.
Senior Engineers: The caps and
gowns will be distributed in the
,Garden room on the first floor of
the Womens' League building on
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education for the Gjrand Rtapdas punn c soois, W11 De e spea el .
COMING EVENTSj
Athena: Meeting at 7:30 p. m. The pledges have charge of the pro- Phi Beta Kappa Initiation: The Initiation Ceremony for new mem-
gram and have planned a very interesting skit. 1 bers will be held on Monday, May 4, at 4:15 p. m., in the Chapel of the
Michigan League. All newly elected members are expected to be present.
Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma meets in the Adelphi room on the Orma F. Butler, secretary.
fourth floor of Angell hall tonight at 7:30 for a debate on the subject,
"Resolved, that a judge or a board of judges be substituted for the jury Political Science 2 and 108-Trip to Lansing: The busses will leave
in all trials in the United States." Pledges must attend unless excused in front of Angell hall promptly at 12:30 Wednesday. J. K. Pollock.
by special permission of the president. Pledges will meet afterwards for
a quiz on Robert's "Rules of Order" and our constitution. A short busi- Members of the French, German, and Spanish Departments: Please

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ness meeting will follow the debate.
attend the debate.

T'he public is very welcome to

make your reservations for the annual lunchedn of the Modern Lan-
guage Section of the Schoolmasters' Club at your departmental office by

May Festival Tickets: season kets for the May Festival are still Theta Sigma Phi meets at 8:15 tonight in the League building. Elec-
available at $6, $7 and $8 each. (If Festival coupon from Choral Union tion of officers for the coming year.
Series is returned, the prices -are reduced to $3, $4 and $5 each).
The over-the-counter sale of tickets for individual concerts will Alpha Epsilon Mu: Meeting tonight, room 303, Michigan Union, 7:30.
begin Saturday morning, May 2, at 8:30 o'clock at which time all unsoldT Cdd i
season tickets will be broken up and offered for sale for individual con- Round Table Club: Dr. Howard McCiusky will lead a discussion on
certs at the following prices: Main floor, $2.50; First balcony, $2; Second Experiment of Colleges and the Future University at 7:30 this evening,
balcony, $1.50. and $1. Michigan League. There will also be a discussion about the Used Book,
Mail orders received prior to that time with remittance to cover will Exchange. Students and faculty are invited.
be filled in advance in sequence.
Tait Bela Pi: Dinner1 meeting at the Union, at 6:15 p, m.

Thursday noon, April 30.
Zoology Lectures: Dr. Joseph H.
Bodine, of the University of Iowa,
will present the following lectures:
Thursday, April 30, 4:15 p. m.
"Some Fundamental Problems in
the Physiology of Development.
(University Lecture), in Natural
Science auditorium.
Thursday, April 30, 7:30 p. m.
"Respiratory Metabolism of a De-
veloping Egg," room 2116, N. S. bldg.
Friday, May 1, 4:15 p. m., "Cycles
or Rhythm in Development," room
2116, Natural Science building.
Business Administration Lecture:
Mr. Henry Wright, city planner and
consulting architect of New York
City, will lecture in the auditorium t
of the Architecture building at 4:10

W. O. Reichart.

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The o n e gift that
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Photograph.

THE LAWYERS' CLUB
DEPARTMENT OF LANDSCAPE DESIGN, 1931-1932.
DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH, SUMMER SESSION, 1931.
SYMPOSIUM ON THEORETICAL PHYSICS AND COURSES IN
PHYSICS, SUMMER SESSION, 1931: The Editorial Division announces
the issue of the bulletins listed above as Numbers 50, 51, 52, and 54 of
Volume XXXII of the University of Michigan Official Publication.

Camedy Club: Important meeting of the clib today in room 203,1
j University hall. Work on committees for the coming production of
"Pierre Patelin" will be assigned to 'every member of the club. Those
members present at the meeting will be given their preference.
Varsity Band: Drill at 5 p. m. Meet at east end of concrete stands
at Ferry Field.

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Preliminary Examinations for Graduate Students in Education:
Graduate students prepared to take the preliminary examinations re- Reserve Band: Rehearsal tonight at 7:15, Morris hall. Drill with the
quired in the program for the doctor's degree in education must register Varsity Band at 5 p. m., this afternoon, Ferry Field.
in room. 4002 University .High School on or before Tuesday, April 28. Ut
Dates of the May examinations will be posted soon. George C. Kyte. University Symphony Orchestra: Important rehearsal at 3 p. i., in
Morris hall. Dr. Moore will conduct.

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Scabbard andBlade initiation banquet tickets may be secured atf
the R. 0. T. C. office.
EVENTS TODAY
Exhibitign of Monuments and Studies in Sculpture by Hermon A.
MacNeil, Sculptor, of New, York City--South Gallery. Alumni Memorial
hall. 'April 26 to May 2.
Political Science 108: The examination will be held at 4 p,. in., in

Freshman Pageant Women: The Modernistic Group will meet in
Barbour gymnasium at 4:15, the Athletes at 1, the Singing Group at,
4:45, and the Ballet at 5 o'clock.-

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Negro-Caucasian Club: The regu-
lar meeting will be held at Lane
hall at 8:15 p. m. Mr. Louis G. tire-
gory, of Portsmouth, N. H., will
speak on "Three Racial Elements in
American Life.",

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NEW YORK requires in the event
of an accident, regardless of who
is at fau", that you prove your
financial responsibility to the ex-
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age or $5,000 to $10,000 public
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certificate.
NEW JERSEY, CALIFORNIA,
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HAMPSHIRE, CONNECTICUT,
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NORTH DAKOTA requires your
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for two years, and provides a pen-
alty of a fine of $100 to $1,000 or
imprisonment for thirty days to
six months.
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penalty of removal of right to
operate for two years, while WIS-
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faction of judgment with a pen-
alty of revoking operating license
*and registration certificate.

INDIANA PUT THROUGH
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RHODE ISLAND goes to the ex-
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