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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CIAL BULLETIN

to do their directed
able inconvenience.

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

the hour
periods.
desirable
ter.

suggested
Every effor
to elect the
G. L.

teaching under conditions that represent consider-|Laumonier, visiting professor at
Any student who has a definite appointment at Princeton and professor of French
should report for a conference at one of the other Literature at the University of Bor-
t will be made to meet his needs. In general it is deaux, will lecture Tuesday, May 19,
course in directed teaching during the first semes- at 4:15, room 103 Romance Lan-
Jackson, acting secretary, School of Education. guage, on: Romantisme et l'esprit
Y, classique. The public is invited.

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FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1931

NO, 161

NOTICES
MAY FESTIVAL CONCERTS
ams for today are as follows:
2:30-"Old Johnny Appleseed" by Gaul; iHilda Burke,
mor Reynolds, Contralto; Palmer Christian, Organist;
s Chorus; Or::hestra Accompaniment; Eric Delamarter and
.onductors.

8:15-Ignace Jan Paderewski, Pianist;
;tra, Frederick Stock, Conductor.

The Chicago Syn-

S- - - - - Liszt

o. 2, D Major, Opus 30
lto-Allegro con bri,

- Beethoven

for Piano and Orchestra, A minor,
ma: Andante
molto vivace
Ignacc Paderewski

- Paderewski

Exhibitions
Water color paintings by members of the Royal Society of British
Artists, third floor gallery of the Architectural building under the aus-
pices of the Ann Arbor Art Association. Open daily from 9 to 5, until
further notice.
COMING EVENTS
The Exhibition of Japanese Prints now showing in Alumni Memorial
under the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Association, will be extended
through May 16.
Lectures Today
Business Administration Lecture: Mr. A. C. Farrell of the Dennison
Manufacturing Company speaks at 4 p. in., in room 101 Economics build-
ing, on wage incentives for office workers and on Saturday, May 16, at
11 a. in., in room 206, Tappan hall, on the analysis of distribution costs. ,
All students of Personnel and others interested are invited to the Friday
lecture, and all accountants to the Saturday morning lecture.
Youth's Place in the New World Order: Lecture by Martha Root.
world traveller and international journalist, at 8:15 p. i., in Lane hall.
Auspices of the Negro-Caucasian Club. All welcome.
Meetings Today
Geolgy 31: The second bluebook of the course will -be given at
11 o'clock in N. S. auditorium.
Shop 7 Students: Professor Gwiazdowski will meet his Shop 7 stu-
dents at the entrance to the East Engineering building, at 8 a. m., to
take a trip through the Hoover Steel Ball Plant.
Cooperative Course in Gas Engineering: Freshmen students inter-
ested in this course may interview Professor Pettyjohn in his offiee at
4211 East Engineering building, from 2-5 p. m., and Saturday, 9-12.
Engineering Freshmen "low to Study" groups: Section I will meet
at 8 a. in., in room 244 West Engineering.
Section II will meet Tuesday, May 19, at 9 a. in., in room 239 West
Engineering.
Section III will meet on Tuesday, May 19, at 2 p. in., in room 239
West Engineering.
Students in this group who have not already joined one of these
sections should attend the most convenient of these meetings.
Hellenic Society: Regular meeting; room 302 Michigan Union. There
will be a declamation contest of Greek Poetry and a prize awarded to

lat Major
harp Minor, Opus 5J
or Opus 25
Iat Minor

- - - - Chopin

Mr. Paderewski

Concerts will be given as follows:
afternoon, 2:30.
evening, 8:15.
Junior Girl's Play are nqw in Miss Loomis' offxce. Please
amount for pictures. Pictures for Good Hope are posted
office. Those desiring to order, please be prepared to
'posits.
Advisers, 1930-31: Members of the faculty and others
advisers to groups of freshmen during the Orientation
are requested to arrahge consultation hours when they
n their respective offices during the period of advanced
ch began May 14.
F;xamination for Directed Teaching: All students expect-
of the special methods or course D100 (Directed Obser.
ching) in Education are required to pass a qualifying
a major or minor teaching field before being admitted

a.

the winner. Refreshments.

Freshman Pageant Women: Ath-
letes meet at 4:15, the Modernistic1
Group at 4:45, and Golliwog, 5:15.{

GOING TO EUROPE?
AMERICANS, living in captivating
home, 15 miles from Brussels, similar
distance from "Ardennes," invite one
or two to share their home, on con-
ideration of just what they can af-
fors G Hview of business crisis.
M.Go~. H. Coryell, Limal, Belgium

COMING EVENTS
French Lecture: Professor

Paul

as. These examina-
eld from 9 to 12 on
23, in the Auditor-
ersity High School.
kson, acting sec'y..

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THE ANN ARBOR
DRAMATIC SEASON

to Students Planning to
A Teaching: Students ex-
do directed teaching next
urged to interview Dr.
on Monday, May 18, in
i, University Elementary
cording to the following
social studies, 1 to 2;
hetoric, and speech, 2-3;
athematics, and fine arts,
ence and Latin, 5 to 6. It
utmost importance that
ne to this conference, for
else being equal, the
ies for directed teaching
igned in order of applica-
e coming late may need
DWN-CRESS
Comspany, !m .
IVESTWENT

MAY 25 to JUNE 27

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Matinees: 50c, 75c, and $1.00

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