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T

HE MICHIGAN DAILY

FFICIAL BULLETIN
letin is constructive notice to all members
y received at the office of the Assistant to
0, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

Rhodes Scholarships: Attention is called to the noticcs posted. Can-
didates arc requested to consult Professor Cross, 1011 Angell hall, Tues-
day ap(d Thursday at 10 a. in., Friday 9 a. ih., or Monday at 2 p. m.

Shop 4 Students wishing to visit the plant of the
Car Company on Thursday, May 28, will please sign
Machine Tool Laboratory before 3 p. m., Wednesday.
EXHIBITIONS
American Paintings, West Gallery, Alumni Memorial
1:30 to 5.

Cadillac Motor
the list in the

SUNDAY, MAY 24, 1931

NO. 169

hall; open from

S[1L[U9 COURSES__ OFFERED
Teachers Unable to Attend Full
Summer Session May Take
Four Week Classes.
Teaches, superintendents, and
supervisors who are unable to at-
tend the regular two months Sum-
mer Session of the education school
will have the opportunity this sum-
mer of enrolling in one of the spe-
cial "four-week" courses offered by.
the zchool, according to Prof.
Thomas Diamond of the School of
Education.

Hopwood Judge Once

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NOTICES
LNIORS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS!
ays remain for the payment of diploma fees. There
eyond 4 p. n., Wednesday, May 27. The Treasur-
turday afternoon. Shirley W. Smith,
Vice-President and Secretary.
Dr. W. H. Heitler of Goettingen, Germany, will
Theory and Electron-pair Bonds in Polyatomic
41, East Physics building, at 4:15 on Tuesday, May
cordially invited to attend. R
SEducation: There will be a faculty meeting and
gan League at 12 o'clock on Monday, May 25.
ort will be the subject for consideration.
G. L. Jatkson, acting secretary.
of Engineering and Architecture: There will be a
y of these Colleges on Monday, May 25, at 4:15
t Engineering building. The purpose of this meet-
representatives to the University Council.
Louis A. Hopkins, secretary.
f Literature, Science and the Arts: A meeting is
ay 25, at 4 p. m., for the purpose of electing the
newly organized University Council. The meeting
225 Angell hall. John R.IEffinger.
J: Velma Wachlin, organist, will give a graduation
um, Wednesday afternoon, May 27, at 4:15 o'clock
public, with the exception of small children is
is. as follows:
a G minor; Clerambault: Prelude; Frescobaldi:
ne; Andriessen: Chorale; Karg-Elert: Improvisa-
fughetta); Hanson Vermeland; Samazuilh: Pre-
Symphony vi).
Students of James Hamilton of the voice faculty
c, will unite in an interestirig program of scenes
" and "Il Rigoletto" at a students recital at the
ing, May 28 at 8:15 o'clock, as follows:
adley and Dorothea Torbeson; Amneris: Veronica
3radley; Radames: Frank Ryan and James Hamil-
es Ruegnitz;,Ramphis: William Horner; The King:
messenger: Christopher Honaas; 'High Priestess:

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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 from 1:30 to 5.
MEETINGS TODAY
IHarris Hall: Picnic supper at the home of Mr. T. R. Peirsol, 625
Oxford Road. A group will leave the hall at six o'clock.
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Was Instructor Here
Paul Osborn Taught Rhetoric in
1925-26; Is Playwright.
Paul Osborn, one of the critics
judging the Avery Hopwood en-
trants, and author of the "Vinegar
Tree, waq ari instructor in rhetoric
at the University in' 1925 and 1926.
Osborn is .also a graduate of
Michigan, being a, member of the
class of 1923 and having received
his master's degree in psychology
in 1924. He then studied at Yale in,
Prof. George Baker's workshop, an
experimental laboratory for play-
wrights and producers.
"The Vinegar Tree," a current hit
at the Playhouse in New York, was
written by Osborn. It has been run-
nine in that city since November,
1930.
While at Michigan, the play-
wright wrote the "Hotbed," which
was produced in 1928 by Pemberton,
who also produced the famous
"Strictly Dishonorable." And "The
Ledge," produced in 1929, is an-
other of his works.
Osborn's home is in New York,
but he will live this summer in Ver-
mont.

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University, State.
Seek Means of P
Sportsman, Land
The State Conserva
ment and members of
scientific department
versity are working on
will protect both the
landowner and the sp
The present statute
based on old common
are not satisfactory
conditions. The inter
"public dmin""na
ers," the right of a citi
game fish planted by
its own waters, and
similarity in codes
states is the cause c
opinions.
The right to fish
planted by the state
to a great extent, by
act, which forbids a pe
a fence inclosing pril
without permission.

Wesleyan Guild: Sunday Evening Devotional Meeting at 6 o clock, The Summer Session also has ar-
in Wesley hall. Major Basil D. Edwards, Professor of Military Science ranged for a special group of con-
and Tactics, will speak on West Point. There will be pictures to illus- ferences primarily for alumni of
trate. All students invited. Social hour at 7 o'clock. the University who have taken a
higher degree in education and
The "Upper Room" Forum meets this morning at 9:30. secondarily for any interested in
__________education. The conferences will
provide, for men and women who
Liberal Student's Union: 7:30 p. m. Neil Staebler, an alumnus of the oeorm thenest
University will talk on "The. Depression." Unitarian Church. an opportunity to familiarize them-
selves with the most progressive
Hillel Players: Last meeting of year this morning at 11 o'clock at practices in the various fields of
the Foundation. Election of officers and new members. Full attendance education, it was said. Floor discus-
necessary. sion will be led by members of the
faculty.
COMING EVENTS The "four week" plan started two
Women's Physical Education Major Students: Instead of }the regular yearseago, will offer the following
assembly on Monday, May 25, there will be an interclass track meet on courses:
Palmer Field. The events are the 50-yd. dash, basketball throw, high Current studies and current lit-
jump, and progressive broad jump. Interclass averages will be taken. Prof. Arthur R. Turner; admainis-
Students are requested to be on the field, dressed in gym clothes at trative work for deans of girls in
8:10 a. m. high schools, Dean Jones; consti-
tutional and legal basis of public
Adelphi House of Representatives:' Prof. John R. Muyskens, of the school administration, Dean James
Speech department will address the House at 7:30, Tuesday night, in B. Edmonson.
the Adelphi room on the fourth floor of Angell hall. All who are inter- School administration (town and
ested are cordially invited to attend. Nominations for officers for next consolidated), Prof. George E. Car-
semester will be held in he closed session. rothers; problems In higher edu-
scation, Prof. Clarence S. Yoakum;
APlanning of school buildings, Dean
Acolytes: The Annual Banquet will be postponed. The date set Hotart R. Coffey; the teaching of
is Monday, June 1. Full announcements will be mailed. iteraturye in elementary schools,
Margaret I. Smith; administration
"Electra": The audience is respectfully requested to be in their seats and supervision of vocational edu-
before the performance of "Electra" begins, as the play has only a single cation, Prof. Thomas Diamond.
intermission and late comers can be seated only with difficulty. The eve-
ning performances begin at 8:15, and the Wednesday and Saturday YALE UNIVERSITY - University
matinees at 3:15. Robert Henderson, director. officials of Yale have at last sanc-
_ _ _tioned a student operated text book
Junior Mathematical Society: Last meeting of the year, Tuesday, store. Thenew agency,like that
May 26, at 7:30 p. m., in room 3011 A. Id. Professor Karpinski will speak ,purchase and sale of second hand
on "Old Mathematical Textbooks." Everyone interested is invited to books.
attend. -

Lydia MENDELSSOHN Thei
GALA OPENING TOMORROW AT
Mat. Wedg and Sat., at 3:15
Boston, Princeton, Gran
Rapid, Detroit-and no
Ann ,Arbor hail a gre
star in a great play

ratz, Erma Kropp, len-
Carl Jean, Miles Beamer,

Fr., Olivia Gilk

al: Virginia Hamister, will give a Senior Recital at
c, Tuesday evening, May 26, at 8:15 o'clock, to which
with the exception of small children is invited. She
ing program:
ic Fantasy and Fugue; Brahms: Intermezzo Op. 116,
psody in G minor; Chopin: Etude in C sharp minor,
ssy: La Sairee dans Grevade; Liszt: Walderauschen;
Op. 57 (Appassionata), Allegro assia, Andante con
on troppo, Presto.
RATURE, SCIENCE, AND THE ARTS, 1931-1932
ATION, 1931-1932
Division announces the issue of the bulletins listed
59 and 62 of Volume XXXII of the University of
'ublication.
isers and Student Assistants for Orientation Period,
be a meeting of the entire staff on Monday, May 25,
Romance Lang. Philip E. Bursley, director,
Orientation Period.

,Kappa Tau Alpha: Regular meets-
ing on Monday, May 25, 8 p. m.,
Michigan League building. Election,
of officers. All members urged to be
present.
Freshman iageant Women: On
Monday there will be a. dress re-
hearsal at Palmer Field from four,
to six. Pictures will be taken. In
case of rain, the rehearsal will be
held in Barbour gymnasium.
A. I. E. Members: Annual banquet
at the Michigan Union, Tuesday,
May 26, at 6:15 p. in. There will be
a real program. Tickets are now
being sold by several members and
in roomn 274, West Eng. bldg., at
$1 each.
Sphinx: No noon meeting today.

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The 'Maynard

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Announces Its Formal Opening

"An audience of all ages filled the hall to the doors
before the unfolding 'of a tremendous drama. One and a1
of breatheless interest."-The Boston Herald.
"Blanche Yurka thrilled the audience and gave one of
performances of her career."-The Boston American.
"The 'Electra' proved a superb performance with Blan
ing the audience to tremendous enthusiasm."-The Grand
. "A deep impression was made by the 'Electra.' The pla
baek again and again at the close by applause. . Miss Gral
her appearance striking, her ability assured."-The Detroit

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