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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ersity. Copy received at the office .of
it until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:3

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e to all members
the Assistant to
0 a. m. Saturday.
NO. 158

TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1931

NOTICES

t and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to students on May 13
from 4 to 6 o'clock.
ty Lecture: Professor Glenn T. Trewartha, of the Depart-
>graphy of the University of Wisconsin, will lecture on the
Nippon, or Great Japan" (illustrated by steropticon), on
:ay 21, at 8 p. in., in the Natural Science auditorium. The
dially invited to attend.
tival Concerts: The six May Festival conccrts will take place
SiLAY EVENING 8:15-Lily Pons, Soprano, Chicago Sym-
stra, Frederick Stock, Conductor.
)AY EVENING 8:1523". Francis of Assisi" by Pierne. Hilda
ano; Eleanor Reynolds, Contralto; Frederick Jagel and
iton, Tenors; Nelson Eddy, Baritone; Fred Patton, Bass;
stian, Organist; The Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the
horal Union, Earl V. Moore, Conductor.
AFTERNOON 2:30-"Old Johnny Appleseed" (children) by
Burke, Soprano; Eleanor Reynolds, Contralto; Palmer Chris-
st; Orchestral accompaniment, Eric DeLamater and Juva
ductors.
EVENING 8:15-Ignace Jan Paderewski, pianist, Chicago
rchestra, Frederick Stock, Conductor.
)AY AFTERNOON 2:30-Ruth Breton, Violinist, Chicago
)rchestra, Frederick Stock, Conductor.
AY EVENING 8:15-"Boris Godunof" in English, by Mu--
ena Van Gordon, Contralto; Walter Widdop and James
enors; Chase Baromeo and Nelson Eddy, Baritones; Fred
, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, University Choral Union;
re, Conductor.
are respectfully requested to detach individual coupons
concert, and to come sufficiently early so as to be seated on
doors will be closed during numbers.
s containing programs, cuts of artists and other information
ale at local music and book stores in advance, and in the
-e each concert.
iccasion of concerts, parking restrictions will be in effect.
on May 13, tickets will be on sale at the School of Music
e on Maynard Street, after that time the box office in Hill'
will be open.
for Junior Girl's Play are now in Miss Loomis' office. Please
aet amount for pictures. Pictures for Good Hope are posted
Its office. Those desiring to order, please be prepared to
deposits.
.nscn-Thomas Prize in German, value about $50, open to
tudents in German. Essays for this competition will be
r the supervision of Professor Hildner on Tuesday, May 12,
University hall, from 3 to 6 p. m. These essays will be
erman and will treat of the following subject:
s "William Tell" as a work of dramatic art, with special
its genesis, historic background, plot, and delineation of
g candidates are requested to hand in their names to the
artment, room 204 University hall.
EVENTS TODAY
ty Lecture: 8:00 p. in., room 1025 Angell hall. Mr. I. A.
Magdalene College, Visiting Professor at Harvard UJni -
dern Poetry."
tural Building Exhibition: A collection of water color paint-
bers of the Royal Society of British Artists is being shown
floor gallery of the Architectural building under the auspices
krbor Art Association. Open daily from 9 to 5, until further
ibition of Japanese Prints now showing in Alumni Memorial
he auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Association will be ex-
igh May 16.

Mathematical Club: Th^ older club meets at 8 p. m., in room 3201
A. H. Professor Grove, of Michigan State College, will discuss "Recent
developments in the theory of nets of curves." All who wish to come
will be made welcome. Members of the mathematics staff are reminded
that there will be a dinner ($1.25), in honor of Professor Grove at the
Michigan Union, at 6 p. im.
The Men's Physical Education Club will meet tonight at 7:30 at the
Michigan Union. This will be the last meeting of this semester. Dean
Edmonson will be the speaker.
Adelphi House of Representatives annual banquet will be held at
6:15 at the Michigan League building. Prof. Carter Goodrich, of the
Economics department, will deliver the principal address, on "The
Uniqueness of American Individualism."
Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Important business meeting at 5 p. in., in room
301, Engineering Annex. Bring dues.
Alpha Epsilon Mu: Meeting tonight at 7:30 sharp, room 304, Mich-
igan Union.
Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma: All pledges must report at 4 o'clock
this afternoon in the Alpha Nu room for initiation. The Banquet will
be held in room 222 of the Michigan Union at 6:15 p. m.; it will start
promptly on time. Any member desiring to attend who failed to make
a reservation should call the President, telephone 8733, between 2 and
3 o'clock this afternoon. At the banquet copies of the "Torchlight" and
the "Sibyl," literary publications of the national and the local organiza-
tions respectively, will be available.
Annual French Play: Two plays will be presented this year by mem-
bers of the Cercle Francais in the Laboratory Theatre, at 8:15: "Il faut
qu-une porte soit ouverte ou fermee" by Alfred de Musset and "La
Souriante Madame Beudet" by Denys Amiel and Andre Obey. The
public is cordially invited. Tickets on sale at Wahr's bookstore for 75
cents. Cercle Membership tickets will be accepted at 50 cents towards
the purchase price of a seat.
The Tatterman Marionettes will appear at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre today, matinee and evening. . They will present "The Glowing
Bird," and, in the evening, "Stringing Broadway" the first musical revue
to be produced with puppets in this country. Seats at the box office.
'Varsity R. 0. T. C. Band: The band will meet today at 3:30 at Morris
hall. Please be there promptly, in full uniform.
Reserve Band: Rehearsal tonight at 7:15, in Morris hall.
Freshman Pageant Women: The Modernistic Group will meet at
4:15, the Athletes at 1:00, the Singing Group at 4:45, and the Ballet at 5.
Christian Science Organization meets at 8 p. m., in the chapel of
the Michigan League building.

Tau Beta Pi: Special initiation Wednesday, May 13, 5 p. m., at the
Union. An initiation banquet will follow at 6:15.
Social Dancing Class (Please note change of time): The social danc-
ing class will meet Wednesday evening instead of Tuesday evening; the
beginners at eight and the advanced class at nine o'clock, in Women's
Athletic Field House.,k u _
Chemistry 3: Make-up examination for those who missed the second
written test, will be given at 5 p. m., in room 464, Chemistry building,
Wednesday, May 13. D. M. Lichty.
Engineering Students: Trip to Great Lakes Steel Plant at Ecorse,
Michigan and Banquet at the Hotel Statler in connection with welco-,-
ing the Steel Industry to Detroit Area will be made Thursday, May 14..
A. S. M. E. members and men who worked qn Mechanical Exhibits at
Open House are asked to attend.
Sign list near room 221 West Engineering building by Wednesday.
See G. L. Johnson or Donald Macklem if car available in order to receive
permission to drive from Mr. Rea,
Will meet at Arch at 12:30 Thursday.

the Bureau, 201 Mason hall, Extension 371, for appointments.
Forestry Club Meeting, May 13, 7:30 p. m.,,in room 2030, Natural
S&ience building. Election of club officers. Prof. Hussey of the Geology
Department will give an illustrated talk on "Wonders of the Southwest."

Day), at 6 p. m., in the Russian.T
room of the Michigan League. Br:
talks on War, Capital Punishmez
and on "Be kind to animals by n
eating them" will be given. Ticke
(75c) are obtainable at Wahr
Bookstore.
-May
Festiva
Hill Auditorium, May 13, 14, 15,
16.
Tickets (6 concerts) $6.00, $7.0,
$8.00.
FIRST CONCERT, Lily Pons, So.
prano; Chicago Symphony Or-
chestra, Frederick Stock, Conduc-
tor, Wednesday Evening,.
SECOND CONCERT, "St. Francis
of Assissi" by Pierne. Hilda Burke,
Soprano;Eleanor Reynolds, Contral.
to; Frederick Jagel, Tenor; Nel.
son Eddy, Baritone; Fred Patton,
Bass; The Chicago Symphony Or.
chestra; The University Choral
Union, Earl V. Moore, Conductor,
Thursday Evening.
THIRD CONCERT, "Old Johnny
Appleseed" by Gaul. Hilda Burke,
Soprano; Eleanor Reynolds, Con-
tralto; Palmer Christian, Organ-
ist, Orche-tral accompaniment;
Children'n Festival Chorus; Eric
Delamarter and Juva Highee,
Conductors, Friday afternoon.

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Acro Glider Section: There will

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be a meeting Wednesday, May
at 7:30 o'clock, in room 348 of
West Engineering building for

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purpose of discussing plans which
are being materialized for the ban-
:uet. All of the Aero members are
especially requested to be present.'
Vegetarian Society: A Vegetarian
BIG SALE ON SPRING
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FOURTH CONCERT, Ignace
Jan Padermwski, Pianist; Chicago
Symphony Orchestra, Frederick
Stock, Conductor, Friday Evening.

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Baptist Students, 6 p. m., annual banquet, Church Parlors. Reverend
Theodore F. Adams, of Toledo, will give the address on "The Wings of
Momentum." Please dial 7332 for reservations.
Harris Hall: The Student Tea will be at five instead of four o'clock.
COMING EVENTS
University and American Chemical Society Lecture: Professor Hugh
S. Taylor, Chairman of the Department of Chemistry at Princeton Uni-
versity, will give a lecture on Wednesday, May 13, at 4:15 p. m., in room
303 Chemistry building. His subject will be "Recent Researches on
Methanol-Type Catalysts." The lecture, which will be held under the
joint auspices of the University' and the local section of the American
Chemical Society, will be open to the public.
English Honors Course: There will be a meeting of applicants for
admission to the English Honors Course on Wednesday, May 13, at 3
p. m., in 2225 Angell hall.
Actuarial Students: Mr. G. Powell Hamilton, Director of Group
Annuities, The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States,
will address interested actuarial students on Group Annuities, Wednes-
day, May 13, at one o'clock in 3201 A. H.
History 12, Lecture Section 3: In order to reduce the number of con-
flicts, the time of the final examination of Professor Dunham's lecture
section has been changed to Thursday morning, June 11.
University Bureau of Appointments: Mr. A. W. Sherwood, Vice-Pre-
sident of Cherry, Van Leer & Co., Investments, will be in the office on
Wednesday, May 13, for interviews. Students interested will kindly call

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FIFTH CONCERT,
Violinist; Chicago S
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Our delicious toasted
Sweet Rolls

GOOD COFFEE

Breton,

The Betsy Ross Shop
We Deliver
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SIXTH CONCERT, "Bo
dunof" in English by Mu:
Cyrena Van Gordon, Cc
Walter Widdop, Tenor;
Eddy, Baritone; Chase I
Baritone; Fred Patton, Ba
cago Symphony Orchesti
University Choral Union,
Moore, Conductor, Saturd
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FINEST NESSER GOLF BAGS
PAR PLAYER BALLS
KANT KUT BALLS
WALTER HAGEN CLUBS
TOMMY ARMOUR CLUBS
GOOD VALUE IN EVERY ARTICLE
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: Senior classes will assemble in their respec-
iry at 3:30 for the Swing-out parade to Hill
e signs designating the place each class is to

SLA"TERS, Inc.
BOOKS

oyle Editorial Staff and Try-j
N meeting in the Press build-
4 p. m. today.
ology 257: Dr. Hirsch's class
ld Guidance will not meet
fternoon. The assignment is
and Bronner "Delinquents
iminals," pp. 164-241.
ish 298: In place of the usual
g this evening, this class will
the lecture by Mr. I. A.
ds. Howard M. Jones'.
or Literary Honor Group: If
ve not already turned in the
and money for the Senior
et, please do so at the table
Bell- hall between 9 and 12
Lo .niin

aionery 3i0DD L o T
OF 200 BOXES-REGULARLY $1.00 AND UP-
SALE PRICE

Two Large Stores

50c

TOA

xWWAOWiI 'S

Universlty
Bookstore
MAIN STREET

at the

STATE STREET

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Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre

PAUL SPECHT

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The

Tatterman

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Playing for the
Architects' Ball

PORTRAITS
made by Dey arc
n o t e d for quality
a n d workmanship.

MARIONET TES

EVENING 8: 15-"Stringing

Broadway"

Seats 5®c

FRAMING

MATINEE 3:30-"The Glowing Bird" Seats 35c

Waterman Gym

May 15th

You select from a
large showing of
French easels, metal,
leather and leather-
ette frames.

"Best May Party in Years"

"Bright,.

intelligent, and alertly contemporaneous.
the puppets extraordinary."

Skill in maneuvering

Tickets on Sale

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