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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
lication hi the Bulletin is con;tructivc notice to all members
ie University. Copy received at the ollice of the Assistant to
President until 3:30, exceptng Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

in Cambridge University and Visiting ProfesIsor at arvard Univer- ci ts.
sity will speak on the subject .,odern Poetry." Tuesday, May 12, ihe p
p. m., in room 1025 Angell hall. Thi. public is cordially invih 1.

Cercic Membership tickets will be
urchase price of a seat.

as 50 cents

.XLI.

SATUItDAY, MAY 9, 1931

NO. 156

Additional Notices on Page 2
NOTICES
President and hr. v ev Vwi be at home from 4 to 6 o'clock on
e first two Sinday afternos of each month to members of the
:ulties, their friends, and other residents of Ann Arbor.
Members of the Imvcrs Lenate: There will be a meeting of the
nate on Monday, Maiy 11, at 4:13 p. n., in room C, Law building. The
lect of the meeting wi bt consieration of the communication
m the Senate Counci xis ha been distributed by the Secretary
the menibers of the .a. LouE5 A. Hopkins, secretary.
Annuity poices on e emntal plan for the following mem-
s of the Faculty 1-v nen r : nted nd may be obtained by calling
the offiec of the ecr t 'T of th Univ rsity:
F. Adams . Lorin
C. A'derson George R. McConkey
I. Bonne t Gor ge A. May
Brodie W. A. McLaughlin
M~. Bragg I'. G. Novy
M. Barrett P. 0. Okkelberg
W. Bunting CT. Olmsted
F. BaileyV W. Pawlowski
Bonner D. H1. Parker
F. Colby L. J. Rouse
N. Cole A. F. Shull
R. Crittenden L. A. Strauss
D. Camp H. C. Sadler
T. Crane .i., Sharfman
J. Carney J. F. Shepard
ivin n. Davis J. W. Scholl
WA. Dow RTalamon
MV. Eieh T Ivi, P'. Tilley
R. Finch I. 0. Whittemore
Gomlberg J. 1B. Waite
C. Goddard. L. Waterman
H. Higbee A. H. White
D. T. Hollister F. N. Wilson
L. Jackson N. I.l Williams
W. King L. Ward
R. LaRue A. E. White
Engineering Students: All men planning to work on Mechanical
gineering exhibits for Open IIouse ar a.ked to meet in the laborator-
in which they intend to work, this morning at 8:30. Guide Corps
d all other engineers interested and not already signed up are asked
rneet in room 229, West Engr. bld ., at 8:30. More men are desired in
.er to distribute the ta k5 more evenly. Arrangements will be made-
excuse participating udents o ciasses.

EVENTS TODAY
Architectural Building Exhibilion : A eollecton of wa cicolor pat-
ings by members of the Royal Society of British Ar sts is being show
in the third floor gallery of the Architectural building under the auspices
of the Ann Arbor Art Association. Open daily from 9 Lo 5 and on Sun-
day, May 10, from 1 to 5, after which it will continue until further notice.
Business Administration Alumni Conferenct: The third- annual
alumni conference of the School of Business Administration will bw held
at the Michigan Union today. The progra ii is as follows:
9:30 a. m.-General Session, room 222.
10:00 a. m.-Meetings in Banking, Marketin; and Accountng.
12:15 p. m.-Lunchcon: Address by Ra ah L.rr 13 u I.r, Viec-Presi-
dent of General Foods Corporation.
6:15 p. m.-Banquet.
These meetings are open to students and members of the faculties
of other divisions of the University who are interested.
Pegasus Drill Squad will meet in the Leeuc at 1:30 n. n, It is im-
perative that every member b:e present.
The Upper Room" Bible Class meets at 7 o'clokl: this evening hi the
"Upper Room" at Lane haill. All Miehigan men are cordily inVite.(1
COMING EVENTS
Economics Club: The Club will meet Monday, May 11, at 7:45 in
room 302 of the Union. Dr. Timoshenko will talk on "Present Economic
Problems of Russia."
Economics 172: Examination rooms for Monday, May 11, 1 p. i.:
A to H inclusive, 1025 A. H.; I to Z inclusive, N. S. auditorium.
Liberal Students Union: "The Philosophies of 'Bill' Simpson and

(akt Gee Clh will meet at 12:15 on Sunday, in Hill auditoriumn
fo a rehearsal, The concert will be at 4:15. Come in street dress. It
is imperative that all members be at the rehearsal next Monday evening
as clcction of oflicers for next year will take place at that time.
Adeiphi Banquet: The annual banquet of the Adelphi House of
1-epresentatives will be held at 6:15 Tuesday night, May 12, at the
Women's League building. Prof. Carter H. Goodrich, of the Economics
department, will be the speaker. All reservations must be in by Monday
night. Telephone Gilbert Smith, 8565, or Victor Rabinowitz, 7153.
Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma: The annual Spring Initiation Ban-
quet will be held next Tuesday evening, May 12, at 6:15 p. m., at the
Michigan Union. Eighteen students and two members of the faculty,
President Alexander G. Ruthven and Professor Preston W. Slosson, will
be received into membership at this time. All members on campus, both
student, faculty, and alumni, are cordially invited to attend. Reserva-
tions at $1.25 may be secured by calling James Shelton, telephone 6674.
Reservations will be closed promptly at six o'clock on Monday evening,
May 11; after that time none will be available. Members are advised to
make their reservations as soon as possible.

on Monday, May 11, at 4:15 in tl-
parlors of the Women's Athlet:
building. Students in the Correlate
Course will speak on their expcu
iences in the field. Members ar
urged to be present.
Acolytes: Meeting Monday, May
at 7:30 p. n., in 202 S. W. Professc
W. H. Jellema will discuss "On
Approach to Philosophy."
Harris Hall: Supper and meetin
as usual at six o'clock Sunday evc
ning. Dr. Cyrus C. Sturgis, directc
of the Simpson Memorial Institut
will be the speaker. The 8 o'cloc
service of Holy Communion in S
Andrew's Church Sunday mornir
will be followed by breakfast o
Harris hall at 8:45.
Baptist Guild, Sunday, 6:30 p. r
Miss Henrietta Howser, '27, now c
the faculty of the Dearborn Hig
School,, will speak on "Glimpses c
(Continued on Page 2)

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Book-Ends-$2.00, $2.50, $3.50, $6.00, $7.50
Memory Books-$1.75, $3:50, $4.50, $6.50
Bronze Seals on Wooden Shields, $5.00
Banners and Peinants, Jewelry
Souvenirs, Calendars, etc.
Souvenirs of all kinds

Sherwood Eddy" will be discussed by
evening. e
Annual French Play: Two plays
will be presented this year by Mem-
hers of the Cercle Francais in the
Laboratory Theatre, Tuesday, May
12, at 8:15: "Il faut qu'une porte
soit ouverte ou fermee" by Alfred
de Musset and "La Souriante Ma-
dame Beudet" by Denys Amiel and
Andre Obey. The public is cordially
invited. Tickets on sale Monday and
Tuesday at Wahr's bookstore for 75
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gineering Students: Cjasses in the Engineering College wi
s usual on Saturday. Thoe - ------_
g with the exhibits will be
-l and should notifythi
ors. H. C. Sadler, dcan.
Bronson-Thomas Prize in
ni, value about $50, open tlo91
"ear students in Gern.
for this competition wllbe
under the supervis'on of
or Hildner on Tuesday, May
oom 201 University hail, from
p. m. These essays will be
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Senior Engineers: Tickets for the
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Eonday noon. It will be impossile
l sell tickets after this time. Tc
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om 221 West Engineering buIlding
r in room 2028 (Prof. Wlite's
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