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MICHIGAN

DAILY

BULLETIN

Qualifying ExaminatLion for Directed Teaching: All students expect- Alpha Kappa Delta meets at 6:30 p. in., at the residence of Prof.
to elect one of the special methods or course D100 (Directed Observa- A. E. Wood. Those desiring transportation should be at the Economics
and Teaching) in Education are required to pass a qualifying exam- building by 6 o'clock.

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tion

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All Campus Forum: Di
Cuncannon, professor o.
science, will speak on
Hoover and His Admin
Thursday at 4:15 o'clOcl
D, Alu#mni Memorial hall.

constructive notice to all members
red at the office of the Assistant to
)ting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

.Y, MAY 20, 1931

NO. 165

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NOTICES
m will be at home to students on May

20,

If Engineering and Architecture: There will be a
y of these Colleges on Monday, May 25, at 4:15
Engineering bldg. Louis A. Hopkins, secy.
Education: There will be a faculty meeting and
an League at 12 o'clock, Thursday, May 21.
will be given by Professors Diamond, Jackson,
G. L. Jackson, acting secretary.
ads and Others Concerned: The hourly time slips
s Office not later than noon of -May 22 to be in-
ayroll. Edna M. Geiger, payroll clerk.
roduction of the Avery IHopwood Prize Plays: The
rested in attending the production of the Avery
c plays to be given in the Lydia Mendelssohn
23 may be obtained by coming to the Laboratory
s will not be reserved by phone.
lmatic Season: In co-operation with Valentine B.
have been made to admit students and towns-
sted in the technique of the theatre to the final
luction of the Dramatic Season to be held in the
'om May 25 to June 27. Permission must be per'-
Mr. Windt at the Laboratory theatre. It will also
ons obtaining such permission to present their
ae Mendelssohn theatre for the production of the
r are attending. Robert Henderson, director.
its: Conflicts in Final Examinations should be
fessor C. H. Fessenden, 333 West Engineering bldg.

ination in a major or minor teaching field before being admitted to
these courses. These examinations will be held from 9 to 12 on Saturday;
May 23, in the Auditorium of the University High School.
G. L. Jackson, acting secretary.
University Girls' Glee Club: There will be no meeting tonight. Please
watch the Daily for announcement next week.'
EXHIlITIONS!
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.
American Paintings, West Gallery, Alumni Memorial hall; week days
from 9 until 5 and Sundays from 1:30 to 5 through Sunday, May 31.
MEETINGS TODAY
University Loan Committee: 1:30 p. in., in room 2, University hall.
Students who have filed applications with the Office of the Dean of
Students should call at that office for an appointment with the Corn-
mitec. J. A. Bursley, chairman.
Geology II: The Irish Hills field trip will be conducted this after-
noon, 1-5, and Saturday morning, 8-12. There will be no make-tip for
this trip. Assemble in front of Hill Auditorium.
Chemistry Colloquium meets at 4 p. m., in room 300 of the Chemistry
building. Mr. C. E. Whitney will speak on "The iDsplacement-Pressure
Method for the eMasurement of Adhesion Tensions."

Freshman Pageant Women: The Primitive Group will meet at 4:15,
the Impressionistic at 4:45, the Priestess at 5:15, the Gavotte at 4:45,
the Waltz at 4:15 and the Ballet a 11.
('hess and Checker Club meets this ccning at 7:30, in room 304 of
the Uniun. Final meeting. Election of Officers.
Ui. of M. 'lZalo Club's final meeting of the present semester will be
a "iamfest." Members will meet at the Michigan Union promptly at
6:30 p. im. Transportation and dinner will be provided. Members are
invited to bring their friends.
Studio Art Club meets at the Michigan League this evening at eight,
for the election of officers. Members are urged to be present.
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. Last
meeting of the school year. /
Newcomers Club: Groups VI and VII of the Newcomers Club, Faculty
Woiens' Club, will meet in the Cave of the League building at 8.
COMING EVENTS
Upiversity Lecture: Thursday, May 21, 8 p. m., Natural Science audi-
torium. Professor Glenn T. Trewartha, of the Department of Geography
of the University of Wisconsin: "Dia Nippon, or Great Japan" (illustd).
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.

/Pcgasus drill squad will meet at the League at 6:45 p. in.
be there on time in order to have an hour's drill before dark.

Please

Recital of Poetry: Thursday ev
ning, at 7:30 sharp, in room 3
Mason hall, members of the Mich
gan Interpretative Arts Society w
give a program of interpretations
poetry. The public is cordially i
vited to attend this recital.
Observatory Journal Club me
at 4:15 Thursday, in the classroo
of the observatory. G. P. Lowe
will present his paper on "The J
cobi Integral in the Problem
Three Bodies."

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Applied Mechanics
will conclude its activi
current year on Thurs
dinner at the Unionat
when the future progi
discussed and a meetly
Professor W. P. Wood w
S"Torsional Modulus of
~terials at Various Ter
The meeting will be hel
in room 445 West Engir
Both the dinner and
open to those who are i
Psychological Journa,
meet at 7:30 p. m., o
in room 3126. Natural t
Martha Guernsey Colb
the literature ande
work in the developme
ory perception in hur
All interested are invite

at

Club

Undergraduate Physics Club Lecture: Dr. S. A. Goudsmit will speak
"The Atomic Model in Modern Physics" in the Staff room (room 2038)
the East Physics building, at 7:45 p. m. All interested are invited.#

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of

Research Club meets at 8 p. m., in room 2528 East Miedical building.
Dr. C. C. Sturgis will present a paper on "Recent Advances in the Treat-
ment of Pernicious Anemia" and Dr. E. C. Case on "A Recent Discovery
of the Fossil Elephas in Michigan." A brief meeting of the Council will
be held in the same room at 7:30 p. in.
'Varsity R. O. T. C. Band meets at the bandstand on the campus
at 7:15, in full uniform and with instruments.

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Lydia MENDELSSOJN "
The First Artists of the American
BLANCHE YURKA TOM :
MARTHA GRAHAM VIOL]
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office in Romance
until Thursday.
Trials: Only two
in to try out for
)e desiring to do
ut immediately.
he annual Senior
the class of 1931
he bandstand on
to 8:30 tonight.
hying the group
y Band andgGlee
e several numbers
while the Mid-
et will be one of
e evening. Every-

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sat absorbed before the unfolding of a
tremendous drama., One and all paid the
tribute of breathless interest. Miss Yurka's
'Electra' had not a tone of the voice, not
a single glance without significance."

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Special price to University women' on Wedding Invitations
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The Boston Globe said, "Before a house
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