THE MICHIGAN DAILYWEDNESD~
LY OFFICIAL. BULLETIN:
ion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
rniversity. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
ilent until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
University and American Chemical Society Lccturc: Professor Hugh FIRST
S. Taylor, Chairman of the Department of Chemistry at Princeton Uni-
versity, will give a lecture this afternoon, at 4:15 o'clock, in room
303 Chemistry building. His subject will be "Recent Res arches on
Methanol-Type Catalysts." The lecture, which will be held under the $2500 of 4
joint auspices of the University and the local section of the American Money,
Chemical Society, will be open to the public. Off e
ANNUAL HOPWOOD CONTEST
TTRACTS 191 WORKS OF FICTION
red as Award.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1931
resident and Mrs. Rtliven will be at home to students on May 13
Vlay 20 from 4 to 6 o'clock.
MAY F'ESTiVAL CONCERTS
'he program tonight at 8:15 will be as follows: Lily Pons, Soprano;
go Symphony Orchestra: Frederick Stock, Conductor
verture, "Husitzka," Opus 67 ..... . Dvorak
ria, "Oui tu vois en moi une rivale" from "The Magic
Flute"............... ........ ................Mozart
ymphony B flat Major, Opus 20 . ...... .Chausson
ria, "Caro Nome" from "Rigoletto"................Verdi
lierzo, "A Sketch of the Stppes of Central Asia"....Borodin
nria, "Bell Song" from "T ah .-e"P.. .............Delibes
emaining concerts will take place as follows:
ngineering Inspection Trip: Professor Walter C. Sadler is planning,
:e a.group of students on an inspection of the tunnels of the water
y system of Detroit on Friday afternoon, May 15. Members of the
ty or students who wish to accompany this party, are advised to
ge with Profossor Sadler, room 1215 East Engineering building,
hone 456. L. M. Gram.
dvance Classification, College ,of Literature, Science and the Arts,
1 of Education, and School of Music: The printed material neces-
for this work will be available within a very few days. A notice
ppear in this bulletin tomorrow'morning, giving the date on which
ce classification in these three divisions of the University will
ilitary Ball Favors: Due to numerous requests the Military Ball
University Bureau of Appointments: Mr. A. W. Sherwood, Vice-Pre-
sident of Cherry, Van Leer & Co., Investments, will be in the office today
for interviews. Students interested will kindly call the Bureau, 201
Mason hall, Extension 371, for appointments.
Actuarial iudents: Mr. G. Powell Hamilton, Director of Group
Annuities, The Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States,
will address interested actuarial students ov Gurup Aunnuities, at one
o'clock in 3201 A. 11.
English Honors Course: There will be a meeting of applicants for
admission to the English Honors Course, at 3 p. in., in 2225 Angell hall.
Tau Beta Pi: Special initiation, 5 p. in., at the Union. An initiation
banquet will follow at 6:15.
Choral Union Ushers: Report at Hill auditorim by 7:15 p. i., for ther
first May Festival Concert tonight.
Catholic students and friends: 'there will be a mixer in the auditor-
ium of the Student Chapel, William and Thompsoni Sts., from 8-10 p. m.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
A representative of the Sun Life Insurance Co., of Baltimore, Maryland,
will be in the office Thursday, May 14, for interviews. Kindly make ap-
pointments at the office, 201 Mason hall, or call Extension 371.
Foresters: All students in Forestry who expect to attend Cam!) Fili-
bert Roth this summer please meet in room 2039, Natural Science build-
ing, Thursday evening at 7:30. Robert Craig, Jr., Camp Director.
Engineering Students: Trip to Great Lakes Steel Plant at Ecorse,
Michigan and Banquet at the Hotel Statler in connection with welcom-
ing the Steel Industry to Detroit Area will be made Thursday, May 14.
j A. S. M. E. members and men who worked on 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 iii order to receive
permission to drive from Mr. Rea.
Will meet at Arch at 12:30 Thursday.
Geology 31: The second bluebook of the course will be given Friday,
at 11 o'clock in N. S. auditorium.
The first of the Hopwood prizes,
to be offered annually by the Uni-
versity, attracted 191 works of fic-
tion, poetry, essay, and drama from
moi e than 100 students, according
to Prof. Roy W. Cowden, chairmanI
of the committee.
A large sum of money was be-
queathed to the University by the
International Good - Will Day:
Friends of peace are arranging a
Vegetarian Supper Monday, May 18,
at 6 p. m., in Russian Tea room of
the Michigan League bldg. Rabbi
Heller, C. Orr, '32, and F. Layton,
'33, will give brief talks on "When
is Killing Murder." Tickets @i 75
cents can be obtained at Wahr's
bookstore (State street).
University Vomen:;There will be
a meeting for all those interested
in writingdthe 1932. Junior Girls'
Play Thursday, May 14, at 4 o'clock,'
in the Women's League building.
American playwright, Avery Hop-
wood, for the encouragement of
writing. This money has been used
to provide five major awards of
$2,500 and eight minor prizes of
$250 to be given each year, this be-
ing the first distribution.
Forty short stories and 11 novels
have been submitted to the fiction
section. There were 32 poetry man-
uscripts, several being complete
books, and 58 essays, several of
these also of book length, sub-
mitted. There were also more than
50 plays, 14 full length, offered.
The four best plays have been'
chosen and will be judged later in
May when they are produced by
the Play Production classes. These
plays are "The Well" and "The Blue
Anchor" by Richard N. Humphreys,
'31, president of Comedy culb; "Gin
Joint" by H. D. Skidmore; and
"Swamp Mud" by Harold A. Court-
lander, '31. The judges are Daniel
Quirk, Ypsilanti; Paul Osborn, au-
thor of "The Vinegar Tree"; and
Thomas H. Dickinson, playwright
Radio Com any Loses
WASHINGTON, May 12.-(iP)-
The suit brought against C. Fran-
cis Jenkins, a Washington televi-
sion inventor, by the Radio Service
Corp. of Jamaica, N. Y., was dis-
missed today by Justice Proctor in
the District of Columbia Supreme
The Radio Service Corp. claimed
that a contract they made with
Jenkins in April 1927 was still alive
and asked an injunction restrain-
ing the inventor from disposing of
the proceeds of the sale of televi--
sion developments to Wiley R.
Reynolds & Co., of Jackson, Mich.,
and an accounting of approximate-
Singer's Son Undergoes
LOS ANGELES, May 12.-(A")-.-
Enrico Caruso, son of the late sing-
er, has undergone an appendicitis
operation. Attending physicians
said today young Caruso, operated
on Sunday, was expected to leave
the hospital in three weeks.
fingerle operated resta nr ts
se will take orders at R. 0.
dquarters for extra favors.
rd and Blade: Important
it 7:15, in Michigan Union.I
y Club Meeting, 7:30 p. m.,
039, Natural Science build-
ion of club officers. Prof.
the Geology Department
an illustrated talk on
of the Southwest."
Section: Meeting at 7:30,
Engineering bldg. Plans
)anquet will be discussed,
ets checked. All members.
sted to be present.
an Pageant Women: The
Group will meet at 4:15,
ressionistic at 4:45, the
11, and the Priestess at
Waltz Group will meet at
e big gym and the Gavotte
ity Girls' Glee Club: There
be a rehearsal tonight.
aily for announcement of
R. O. T. C. Band and Re-
: Drill tonight at 5 with
nts, at Ferry Field. Bring
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The Alin Arbor Dramatic Season
MAY 25 to June 27
BLANCH YURKA TOM POWERS MARTHA GRAHAM
With a Distinguished New York Cast.
Robert Henderson, Directing
SEASON. TICKET NOWI
All Six Plays $4.00 and $5.50
IT WILL BE TO THE ADVANTAGE OF OUR PATRONS TO PURCHASE SEASON
TICKETS EARLY IN ORDER TO GET THE BEST SEATS. SINGLE ADMISSION-
NIGHTS 75c, $1.00 and $1.50. MATINEE 50c, 75c and $1.00.
Telephone 2-3251, Ex. 7, or Address Dramatic Season
S' HALF SOLES.......60c
113 So. University Ave.
AND HIS ORCHESTRA AT THE
FRIDAY, MAY 15
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