THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDNESDAY, 12
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
'ublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
f the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
he President until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
cial Publication) is called to the new type of labels to be used on all out- A. S. C. E.: Dinner meeting and
going mail sacks. A supply of these labels may be obtained at the Busi- election of officers to be held at
ness Office, room 3, University hall. 6:15, Michigan Union. All. members
nre exenected to he nresent.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1931
.Additional Notices on Page 2
President and Mrs. Ruthven will not be at home to students on
Inesday, May 6. The regular student teas for the month of May
be held May 13 and May 23 from 4 to 6 o'clock.
NOTICE TO SENIWRS-AND GRADUATE STUDENTS
Diploma Fees Payabhe Now! Early settlement is necessary for the
paration of diplomas. In ui case will the University confer a degree
commencement upon any student who fails to pay this fee before
clock, p. in., May 27. In case the Faculty does not recommend any
or, the fee will be refunded on surrender of receipt for payment.
above applies to fees for all pecial certificates.
Candidates f3r degrees or cerLif ztes should at once fill out card
ffce of the Secretary of the.:r Celieg or School, pay the Treasurer*
he University and have card recipted, and file indicated section
his receipted card with the Secretary of their College or School.
Literary College students l ase note that blank forms should be
ained and receipted cards filed in the Recorder's Office, room 4,
Please do not delay till the last moment but attend to this matter
>nce. We must letter sign and seal approximately 2,500 diplomas and
ificates, and we shall be greatly tfelped in this work by early pay-,
it of the fee and consequent longer period for preparation.
Shirley W. Smith, vice-president and secretary.
*The Treasurer's Office is closed on Saturday afternoons.
Mechanical Engineering Students: We are hoping to maintain a
ps of men to assist in directing visitors and explaining M. E. exhibits
he forthcoming Engineering Open House.
Any student interested in cooperating with the department in mak-
this a success is asked to get in touch with Robert Klise, Marshall
lerson, Daniel Levine, or to present the name and address to Pro-
or Andersons' Secretary.
University Women: All who care to usher in the Dramatic Festival,
inning May 25, please call Susan Manchester, 23454, this week.
-The Henry Russel Lecture: Professor William Herbert Hobbs, Head
the Department of Geology, who has been selected to deliver the
ry Russel Lecture for 1930-1931, will speak on the subject "Glaciers
he Present and the Past" (illustrated by stereopticon), in the Natural
Qualifying Examination for Directed Teaching: All students expect-
ing to elect one of the special methods or course D100 (Directed Observa-
tion and Teaching) in Education are required to pass a qualifying exam-
ination in a major or minor teaching field before being admitted to these
courses. These examinations will be held from 9 to 12 on Saturday,
May 23, in the Auditorium of the University High School.
G. L. Jackson, acting secretary.
Ushers May Festival: A limited number of extra ushers are needed
for the May Festival. If interested, apply at box office of Hill auditorium
today from 12 to 1 p. m., or 4:30 to 6 p. m.
Faculty Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: There will be a
meeting of the faculty of these colleges at 4:15 p. m., in room 348 West
Engineering building. The purpose of this meeting is the consideration
of a case of discipline. Louis A. Hopkins, secretary.
University Lecture: Dr. J. Frenkel, Professor of Theoretical Physics
at the Polytechnical Institute, Leningrad, Russia, will talk on "Abuses
of Analogies in Physics. (Light and Matter)," at 4:15, in room 1041, East
Physics building. All interesting are cordially invited to attend.
Recital of Poetry: A recital of recent and older poetry will be given
at 7:30 sharp tonight in room 302 Mason hall by members of the Michi-
gan Interpretive Arts Society. The program will last one hour and those
interested are cordially invited to attend.
Senior Engineers: There will be a very IMPORTANT class meeting
in room 348, West Engineering building at 9 o'clock.
Sophomore Engineers: The last class baseball game will be played
at 4:15 p. m., on diamond No. 2. All interested please be there.
Chemistry Colloquium meets today in room 303 at 3 p. m. Mr. G. L.
Mack will speak on "The Molecular Area of Nitrobenzine and Dimethyl
Aniline." Note the change in hour and that the meeting will begin
promptly at the time stated.
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U. of M. Aeronautical Society: Mr. C. O. Ahrendt from the North
German Lloyd Lines will illustrate, "Art of Gliding and Soaring Flight."
as practiced in Germany, room 348 W. Eng. bldg., 7:30, today. Also 15
men will be chosen to take charge of the Aeronautical Exhibit at the
Homecoming, Friday and Saturday. Election of next year's officers will
also be held, and final plans for the annual banquet announced.
Glider Section meets separately following the Aero meeting for the
election of officers.
:itorium at 4:15 p. m.,
ement of Henry Russel
1930-1931 will be made
omedy Club Extras: Be in cos-
Le room at 7, Wednesday and
tudent's Recital: Romine Ham-
ni, violinist, assisted 'by' Jack
iklin, accompanistwill give the
:wing program, Thursday eve-:
g, May 7, at 8:15 o'clock in the
ool of Music auditorium:
ach - Schumann*: Sarabande,
rree; Wieniawski: Concerto in
Minor; Allegro Moderato, Rom-
e, A La Zingara; Sandby: Dan-
Song; Mendelssohn-Achron: On
igs of Song; Moszkowski-Sara- 1
: Guitarre; Debussy: Sonata in
Minor, Allegro Vivo, Intermede:
tasque et leger, Finale: Tres
me. *The Piano Accompaniment
he Solo Sonata No. 2 from which
se dances are taken was written
pecial Faculty Meeting, College
Literature, Science and the Arts:
the regular meeting Monday, it
>moved to hold a special meet-
of this Faculty, for the purpose
discussing the proposed creation
tUniversity Council, Wednesday
ernoon, May 6 (today), at 4:05
ock, in room 2225 Angell hall.
John R. Effinger, dean.
egulations for the Second Class
l: Attention of all departments
ch dispatch second class mail
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