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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
cn in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
Diversity. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
dent until 3:30, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

XLI.

TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1931

NO. 161

NOTICES
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home to students on May 20,
in 4 to 6 o'clock.
Notice to Scniors' Graduate Students! Only seven days remain for
ment of diploma fees. There can and will be aboslutely no extension
ond 4 p. m., Wednesday, May 27. The Treasurer's Office is closed
urday afternoons. Shirley W. Smith, vice-president and secy.
Dean's Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science and the
s: There will be a meeting of the Dean's Advisory Committee in
rn 1210 Angell hall at 4 p. m., Tuesday, May 19. John R. Effinger.
University Loan Committee: The University Loan Committee will
t on Wednesday, May 20; at 1:30(p. m., in room 2, University hall.
Students who have filed applications with the Office of the Dean of
dents should call at that office for an appointment with the Com-
cc. J. A. Bursley, chairman.
Student's Recital: Audrey Haver, soprano, assisted by Ruby Peinert,
oncellist, accompanied by Mary Helen Munson, will give the following
gram, Wednesday evening, May 20, at 8:15 o'clock in the School
Vusic auditorium. The general public with the exception of small
dren is invited to attend:
Mozart: Aria, "Deh Vieni" from "Le Nozze di Figaro"; Caldara:
ne raggio di sol; Legrenzi: Cho flero Costume; Schumann: Der Nuss-
i; Schumann: Die Lotosblume; Sch'. bert: Heiden Roslein; Popper:
igarian Rhapsody; John Alden Carpenter: The Odalisque; Cyril
tt: Lullaby; Rebecca Clarke: Shy One; Roger Quilter: Spring is at
Door.
StudenL's Recital: Pupils of Nora Crane Hunt assisted by Beth
ries, violoncellist, will give the following program, Thursday evening,
y 21, at 8 o'clock, at the School of Music auditorium: Retta McKnight,
. Gwendolyn Pike, Emily Phillips and Ada Allman will be the ac-
panists. Novello: The Dainty Damozel (Katherine Fletcher) German:
ling Down to Rio (William Bradley) Saint Saens: Aria, "My Heart
Thy Sweet Voice, from Samson and Delilah (Helen Stoddard) ; Kra-
The Crystal Gazer; Weaver: Moon Marketing (Geraldine Hosner);
;senet: Ouvre tes yeux bleus; Hahn: Invictus (Oliver Wilbur) Rabey:
Yeuc; Bassett: Take Joy Home (Margaret Hawley); Puccini: Aria,
i bel di" from "Madam Butterfly" (Lois Peoples); Bfuch: Kol Nidrei
th Searles); Lehmann: Ah Moon of My Delight (Jerome Howell)
etor: I Light the Blessed Candles; Ware: Waltz Song (Thelma Peck);
h: A Friend or Two; Flegier: The Horn (Charles Stallard); Pierce:
Libte House; Sibella: Satto it Ciel (Phyllis Ornstein) von F.ptow:
i "M'Appari tutt 'Aor" from "Martha'" (Maynard Andreae);
hhms: Sapphic Ode; Brahms: Standchen (Ruth Marshall); O'Hara:
ck of the Julie Plante (Gardner Smith); Pesse: Chanson; MacFay-
Birthday Song (Jean Du Bois); Tschaikowsky: Nur, wer die Sehn-
ht Kennt ('cello obligato); Curran: Life (Eleanor Phillips); Pinsuti:
dnight, Beloved; McCollin: A roundelay (Chorus).
Audrey jiaver, soprano, pupil of Professor Laura Littlefield of the
;e faculty of the School of Music will give the following program,
lnesday night, May 20, at 8:15 o'clock. Miss Haver will be assisted
Ruby Peinert, violoncellist and Mary Helen Munson, accompanist.
general public is invited to attend:
Aria, "Deh Vieni' 'from "Le Nozze di Figaro"... . . ...Mozart
Come raggio di sol........ .............. .Caldara
Che fiero Costume ........... .....................Legrenzi
Der Nussbaum ...............................Schumann
Die Lotosblume .................. ..................Schumann
Heiden Roslein.... ..............Schubert
Hungarian Rhapsody...........................Pper
The Odalisque........ .... ...John Alden Carpenter
Lullaby .......................-....Cyril Scott
Shy One.................... ..... Rebecca Clarke
Spring is at the Door.... ............. .....Roger Quilter

these event:;. Those desiring to do so should come out immediately.
The Ann Arbor Dramatic Season: In co-operation with Valentine B.
Windt, arrangements have been made to admit students and towns-
people especially interested in the technique of the theatre to the final
rehearsals of each production of the Dramatic Season to be held in the
Mendelssohn theatre from May 25 to June 27. Permission must be per-
sonally obtained from Mr. Windt at the Laboratory theatre. It will also
be necessary for persons obtaining such permission to present theirj
tickets at the door of the Mendelssohn theatre for the production of the
rehearsal of which they are attending. Robert Henderson, director.
Admission to the Production of the Avery Hopwood Prize Plays: The
tickets for people interested in attending the production of the Avery
I-Iopwood Contest prize plays to be given in the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre on May 22 and 23 may be obtained by coming to the Laboratory
Theatre Office. Tickets will not be reserved by phone.
English Honors Course: Professor Strauss will interview students
who wish to apply for admission into this course in 3228 A. H., between
the hours of eleven and twelve daily, or by special appointment at other
times.

Engineering
reported at once

students: Conflicts in Final Examinations should beI
to Professor C. H. Fessenden, 333 West Engineering bldg.

LECTURE TODAY
French Lecture: Professor Paul Laumonier, visiting professor at
Princeton and professor of French Literature at the University of Bor-
deaux, will lecture at 4:15 p. in., in room 103 Romance Language, on:
Romantisme et l'esprit classique. The public is invited.
MEETINGS TODAY
Junior Mathematical Society, at 7:30 p. in., in room 3011 A. H. Pro-
fessor L. 0. Case will talk on "Some Applications of Mathematics to
Physical Chemistry." There will be election of officers.
Physics Colloquium: Professor Otto Laporte will talk on the subject
"On the Propagation of Radio Waves," at 4:15, roomn 1041, East Physics
building.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Mr. Fred Decker, Senior Examiner of the Detroit Civil Service Commis-
sion, will talk on the requirements and opportunities for college grad-,
uates in Civil Service work, at 4:15, room 205 Mason hall. All interested
are invited to be present.
Athena: Short business meeting at 7:15 p. m. After this meeting
the debate with Adelphi will take place on the question: Resolved, that
men and women should share equal dating expenses at the University
of Michigan.,
Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma: The final meeting of the year will
be a closed business session promptly at 7:30 p. m., in the Alpha Nu
room. Several matters of business will be considered and election of
officers for next year will occur. Nominations for the Alumni Hall of
Fame must be communicated to the Secretary before the opening of the
meeting. Voting privileges will be restricted to active members in good,
standing only; dues may be paid to the Treasurer anytime before, but
not during, the meeting. Manuscripts submitted for inclusion in the
"Sibyl" will be returned by the Editor tonight; a copy of the publication
will be available for those who did not have an opportunity to read it
last week.
Deutscher Zirkel business meeting at the Michigan League at 8 p. m.
Zeta Phi Eta: Regular meeting at 7:30; pledges also meet. Everyone
is urged to be present.
Comedy Club meets at 4 o'clock in room 203'University hall. The
officers for next year will be elected, and plans will be made for the
annual picnic.
Freshman Pageant Women: The Modernistic Group will meet at

Adelphi house of Representatives: The House will meet in joint ses-
sion with Athena at 7:30 tonight in one of the speech society rooms on
the fourth floor of Angell hall for a debate on the subject "Resolved:
that all dating expenses at the University of Michigan should be shared
equally by men and women." Adelphi will uphold the affirmative. All
who are interested are cordially invited to attend the debate.
COMING EVENTS
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Mrs. Elsie Cooper, of the Kellogg Corset Company, Jackson, will be in
the office Thursday, May 21, to interview women for employment. Kindly
make appointments at the office, 201 Mason hall, or call Extension 371.
College of Pharmacy: Annual banquet will be given Wednesday eve-
ning at 6:30 o'clock in the Michigan League, at which time student hon-
orary awards will be presented and the students will be addressed by
members of the faculty. Those desiring tickets for the banquet should
apply at the office of the Secretary of the College.
Forestry 194: Mr. Samuel S. Wyer will address this class on Wed-I
nesday morning at eight o'clock instead of Friday morning.
Undergraduate Physics Club Lecture: Dr. S. A. Goudsmit will speak
on "The Atomic Model in Modern Physics" at the next meeting of the
club to be held in the Staff Room (Room .2038) of the East Physics
building. Wednesday evening, May 20, at 7:45 p. in. All interested are
invited to attend.
Chemistry Colloquium will meet Wednesday, May 20, at 4 p. in., in
room 300 of the Chemistry building. Mr. C. E. Whitney will speak on
"The Displacement-Pressure Method for the Measurement of Adhesion
Tensions."
Research. Club will meet Wednesday, May 20, at 8 p. m., in room 2528
East Medical building. Dr. C. C. Sturgis will present a paper on "Recent
Advances in the Treatment of Pernicious Anemia" and Dr. E. C. Case
will give one on "A Recent Discovery of the Fossil Elephas" in Michi-
gan. There will be a brief meeting of the Council in the same room
at 7:30 p. m.
Pi Lambda Theta business meeting on Thursday at 4:30 p. in., in
the Michigan League building, for the election of officers.
Aviation Banquet: The annual banquet sponsored by the Aeronau-
tical Society will be held at the Michigan Union, Wednesday, May 20,
at 6:15 p. m. William B. Stout, of the Stout Laboratories, will talk on
the subject, "The Small Plane for Private Use." Professor J. S. Worley,
of the Transportation Department, will speak on "Coordinated Trans-
portation." Tickets may be obtained from members of the Aeronautical
Society, Areo Department or at the main desk at the Union. The public
is invited.
Senior Sing: The annual Senior Sing sponsored by the class of 1931;
will be held at the bandstand on campus from 7:30 to 8:30 Wednesday,
May 20. Sidney F. Straight will direct the mass sing with the assisst-
ance of the varsity band and glee club. Everyone is cordially invited.
Monday Evening Drama Section of the Faculty Women's Club will
be the guests of Mrs. Robert Hall, 1205 Forest Ave., at 8 o'clock, Wednes-
day, May 20. Last meeting of the school year.
Michigan Socialists Club: Meeting Wednesday evening, room 306
Michigan Union, at 7:30. Dr. Bergman, Assistant Director of Research
of the Detroit Board of Education, will speak on "The Future Third
Party." All are invited to attend.

ENGIN[EERS'DININER
Cooley Will Speak at Tung Oil
Banquet; Moore Will Act
as Toastmaster.
Mortimer E. Cooley, dean emer-
itus of the Colleges of Engineering
and Architecture, will speak at the
Tung Oil banquet of Sigma Rho
Tau, engineering speech society,
which wil be held in the Union,
Wednesday, May 27.
Dean Cooley, who received the
Washington Award in 1930 for his
work in the field of engineering,
has been an ardent supporter of
the forensic organization since its
establishment on the Michigan
campus.
Prof. A. D. Moore, of the electrical
engineering department, will act a s
toastmaster and will operate stop-
and-go signs which have been pre-
pared for the occassion by Prof.
Roger L. Morrison of the highway
department. Tung Oil plants will
replace flowers in the scheme of
table decoration.
Outstanding members of Sigmi.
Rho Tau and the debaters who re.
cently completed the season with-
out defeat will be honored at the
banquet, which is to be the last
meeting of the society for the
school year.
Among the outstanding guests
will be Dr. Allen Albert, president
of the Chicago World's Fair Associ-
ation, Dean Sadler of the Colleges
of Engineering and Architecture,
and Dean Lorch of the architectur-
al college. Visiting presidents of
Sigma Rho Tau chapters in other
schools will also be present at the
function. It is estimated that over
400 students and faculty members
will attend the banquet.

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4:15, the Athletes at 1:00, the Singing Group at 4:45, the Ballet at 5:00, I
and Golliwog at 3:30.
'Varsity R. 0. T,. C Band: There will be a rehearsal today from 5 to 6
at Morris hall. Nicholas Falcone.

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niversity Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
3ureau has received notices of the following Civil Service exam-
ns: Hospital Librarian, $1,800; Associate in Public Information,
Civil Service Examiners, $3,200 (require LL.B. degree); Assistant
'ouse Examiner, $2,600 to $3,200; Senior Scientific Aide (Soybean
[igations), $2,000 to $2,500.,
or further information, call at the office, 201 Mason hall.

Mr. Fred Decker, Senior Examiner of the Detroit Civil Service Com-
mission, will talk on the requirements and opportunities for college
graduates in civil service, at 4:15, in
room 205 Mason hall. All interested
are invited to be present. LOST
Small black silk change purse at or
Christian Science Organization near the A. T. O. house Saturday
meets at 8 p. in., in the chapel of night. Liberal reward. Call 9617.
the Michigan League building.

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TO BLANCHE YURKA:
The tears of old defeats are in your eyes,
The trumpets of old victories in your voice,
in you the Grecian yesterdays rejoice
And Troy sends up her eagles in the skies.
An echo of forgotten battle-cries,
Caught up by you is vibrant in the heart,
And in the magic sessions of your art
Again the world is dipped in royal dyes.
Sister in soul to hero and to king,
Your mind has traversed that enormous
night
To which the broken swords and crowns
were cast,
And ancient dooms of which the poets sing
Resoud in you, revealing to our sight
The terror and beauty of the past.
-G. S.

Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
The First Artists of the American Theatre
BLANCHE YURKA TOM POWERS
MARTHA GRAHAM VIOLET HEMING
ERNEST COSSART
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Gala Opening-Week Com. Monday, May 25
Matinees Wed. and Sat. at 3:15
(Playing tonight at the McCarter Theater, Princeton)
ROBERT HENDERSON PRESENTS
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BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN
Thurs. Mat., May 28, 3:15-Martha Grah and "THE FATHER."
SELL OUT PRICES: Nights 75c, $1.00, nd $1.50. Mat. 50c, 75c,
and $1.00. Season Tickets All Six Plays $4.00 and $5.50.
Always 200 Good Seats at 75c for all Performances.

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Typh oid Immunizations: All of
those students who have not had
typhoid injections within three
years and expect to visit places of
questionable sanitation are advised
to have these treatments. They are
supplied at the Health Service and
will require three weeks for corn-
pletion. Warren E. Forsythe,
Director. S
1'rench Circle Picture may be seen
Cn the secretary's office in Romance
Language building until Thursday.
French 102, Section 4, Mr. Knud-
son: Please attend Professor Lau-
nonicr's lecture Tuesday afternoon.
Sigma Delta Psi Trials: Only two
nore weeks remain to try out for

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