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tion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
sident until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.


TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1931

No. 152

Additional Notices on Page 3
Lent and Mrs. Ruthven will not be at home to students on
y, May 6. The regular student teas for the month of May
Id May 13 and May 20 from 4 to 6 o'clock.
rsity Lecture: Dr. RobertG. Aitken, director of the Lick Oberv-
. Hamilton, Cal'ornia), will lecture on the subject "Our Chang-
lverse" (illustrated), Thursday, May 7, at 8 p. m., in West
cture room. The public is cordially invited.
ty Colleges of Engneering and Architecture: There will be a
if the faculty of these Colleges on Wednesday, May 6, at 4:15
oom 348, West Engineering building. The purpose of this meet-
consideration of a case of discipline. Louis A. Hopkins, sec.
ganensian Editoral: Meeting of men junior editors-elect on
y afternoon at three. George A. Dusenbury.
cations for new admissions 'into the University Elementary
11 be acted upon shortly. Parents are advised that it will be
to fill out an application blank for each child to be considered.
* this purpose may be secured from Miss Lawlor in room 2509
ementary building.
present plan is to enroll children who will be not less than
s of age on September 1, 1931, and who are not over 78 months
of the same date. Applications, however, outside of these age
be filed for future use. Willard C. Olson, director.
3ronson-Thomas Prize in German, value about $50, open to
r students in German. Essays for this competition will be
nder supervision on Tuesday, May 12, in room 201 University
t 3 to 6 p. m. These essays will be written in German and will
he following subject:
er's "William Tell" as a work of dramatic art, with special
to its genesis, historic background, plot, and delineation of
ding candidates are requested to hand in their names to the
Department, room 204 University hall.
rsity Symphony Orchestra: No afternoon rehearsals this week.
b rehearsals with the Festival Chorus are as follows:
ay, May 5, 7 p. m. School of Music auditorium.
esday, May 6, 7 p. m. Hill auditorium.
3y, May 10, 2:30 p. in. Hill auditorium.
ay, May 11, 7 p. m. Hill auditorium.,
.ay, May 12, 7 p. m. Hill auditorium.
inical Engineering Students: We are hoping to maintain a
nen to assist in directing visitors and explaining M. E. exhibits
thcomtng Engineering Open House.
tudent interested in cooperating with the department in mak-
, success is asked to get in touch with Robert Klise, Marshall
Daniel Levine, or to present the name and address to Pro-
dersons' Secretary.
!'sity Women: All who care tq usher in the Dramatic Festival,
May 25, please call Susan Manchester, 23454, this week.
tectural Building Lecture: Mr. D. R, Brewster, of the National
Manufacturers' Association, will speak on "Wood: Its Uses as
ral and Finishing Material," at 4:15 p. m., ground floor lecture
he Architectural building. All interested are invited.

Freshman Pageant Women: The
Modernistic Group will meet at 4:15
in Barbour gym, the Athletes at 1,
the Singing at 4:45 and the Ballet
at 5 o'clock.
New Course in Social Dancing will
be started this evening at Women's
Athletic building. Beginners' class
at 7:30, advanced class at 8:30.
Mimes: Meeting at 5:15 o'clock'
this afternoon in room 306 of the
Union. Election of officers for next
year will take place. All members
will please arrange to be present.
Play Production Presents "The
Good Hope": Invitations and Tick-
ets to Play Production's offering of
The Good Hope being given in the
Lboratory Theatre on Tuesday,
and Wednesday evenings, May 5,
and 6, may be obtained at the thea-
tre office by patrons desiring to at-
tend any day between the hours,
3 to 6 p. in. V. B. Windt.
Deutscher Zirkel: Regular meet-
ing at 8 p. m., in the Michigan
League. Dr. Francis Onderdonk will
give an illustrated talk on Austria.
Theta Sigma Phi: Installation of
officers at 7:30 tonight in the Lea-
gue building.

tive Arts Club. Those interested are Department of Astronomy, will talk All University women or groups
cordially invited to this recital. on "Physics of the Stars," Wednes- desiring to attend the Wyvern
day evening, May 66, at 7:30, room Bridge Party in the League, Satur-
Zoology 252-Insect Physiology to 1041 of the East Physics bldg. The day, May 9, from 2:30 to 5, should
meet Wednesday, May 6, instead of talk will be illustrated by lantern call Agnes Graham.
Tuesday, May 5. A. E. Woodward. slides. Members are asked to note'sn
L ~the change of place and time. All I Phi Lambda Upsilon : Final busi-
interested are cordially invited to ness meeting of the year will be
Senior Engineers: There will be 'attend. held Wednesday, May 6, at 7:30 p.
a very IMPORTANT class meeting, . iom_93Chmstybilig
Wednesday, May 13, in room 348, Phi Sigma regular meeting at ., room 303 Chemistry building.
West Engineering bldg. at 9 o'clock. PiSgarglrmeiga
-_ ' a 7:30, Wednesday, in room 1139, Newcomers' Section of the Fac-
Natural Science bldg. ulty Women's Club: Final regular
A. S. C. E.: Dinner meeting and Mr. George Plagens of the Zoo- meeting will be held Thursday, May
election of officers to be held Wed- logy Dept., will talk on, "The Em- 7, at 3 o'clock at the Palmer Field
nesday, May 6, at 6:15, Michigan bryonic History of a Special Strain House.
Union. All members are expected to of Club-footed Mice with Special
be present. Reference to the Causeand Devel- U. of M. Radio Club: Regular
opment of the Deformity and It's meeting will be held Wednesday,
UxMergraduate Physics Club Lee- Correlation with the Malady as it May 6, at 7:30 p. m., in room 201 of
ture: Mr. Robert M. Petrie, of the appears in Man." (Continued on Page 3)






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Zeta Phi Eta regular meeting at
7:30. Pledges also meet at 7:30.
Phi Epsilon Kappa meets in room
308, Union at 7:30. Dr. Geo. A. May
will speak.
Christian Science Organization
meets at 8 p. m., in the chapel of
the Michigan League building.
Michigan Dames regular meeting
at 8 o'clock at the Michigan League
building. All members are requested
to be present as this is election of
University Bureau of Appoint-
ments: W. D. Byrum, of the Central
Life Insurance company of Illinois,
will be in the office today for inter-
views. Students interested call Uni-
versity extension 371 for appoint-
Freshman Cap Night Committee:
Important meeting at 5 o'clock, in
room 308, Union. Everyone please
be present.
University Lecture: Dr. J. Fren-
kel, Professor of Theoretical Physics
at the Polytechnical Institute, Len-
ingrad, Russia, will talk on "Abuses
of Analogies in Physics. (Light and
Matter)," at 4:15, Wedneday, May
6, in- room 1041, East Physics bldg.
All interested4are cordially invited
to attend.
Recital of Poetry: A recital of re-
cent and older poetry will be given
in room 302 Mason hall, Wednesday
evening, May 6, at 7:30 sharp, by
members of the Michigan Interpre-









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partment: The ordinary monthly meeting will take place
room 201 University hall.


M. E. 20: There will be.no class at 10 o'clock. Students taking trip
1 meet at 1 o'clock sharp at the Engineering Archway.
R. S. Hawley.
English 182 and English 22--Professor Gingerich: The classes in
ese courses will not meet on Tuesday.
University Bureau of Appointments: A representative from Mandel
os. department store of Chicago will be in the office today, for inter-
ws. Students interested who have not made appointments should
1 the Bureau, Extension 371, before 9 a. in.
Senior Literary Honor Group will meet at 7:30 p. m., in room 316
the Michigan Union. Attendance will be checked for it is important
at all men be at this meeting.
Mr. Clarence Elliott, noted English plant hunter and specialist in
Aines, will deliver an illustrated lecture on "Plant Hunting in English
ttage Gardens, the Alps, and the Andes," at 4:15 p. m., Natural
ence auditorium. 'The public is cordially welcome.
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Mr. George E. Holbrook will be the
Baker at the Seminar today at 4 o'clock in' room 3201 E. Engineering
lg., on the subject, "Metal Polishing with Flexible Polishing Wheels."

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Transportation Club: 7:15 p. M., in Natural Science aud.
ure "Railroading in Persia." Open meeting.
Junior Reseirch Club: 7:30 p.-m., room 1121,,N. S.
1. Dr. W. C. Rufus: "Difficulties in the Cepheid problem."
2 Annual election *of officers.


Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma meets tonight at 7:30 in the Alpha
Nu room, on the fourth floor of Angell hall. The program is to be given
by the pledges, in accordance with our semi-annual custom. The regular
business meeting will follow. -This program is not an open meeting.
Adelphi House of Representatives will meet at 7:30 tonight in the
Adelphi room on the fourth floor of Angell hall. All who are interested
are cordially invited to attend the open session. At the business meeting,
the annual Adelphi honor award will be voted upon. All members are
requested to be present.
Athena: Important meeting at 7:30 p. m. Plans for initiation will
be discussed. The pledges have charge of the program and each one
has arranged to give 'something very interesting.
Architects Ball"
M4AY 15th




Saturday, May 9th
This rollicking
farce retains all au-
thentic details of
plays in the 15th
century; yet it is re-
freshingly different
and amazingly

May 9-Hill Auditorium-8:30 P.M.
With Byrd t Bottomof The World
Illustrated with Motion Pictures and Stereopticon Slides
"The best lecture on any Polar expedition I have ever heard"-Wm. H. Hobbs



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