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blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
e President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
ACADEMIC NOTICES Congregational Student Fellowship: Dr. E. W. Blakeman will lead
University Lecture: Wednesday, March 23, at 4:15 p.m., Room 303 a discussion on "Youth Looks at Religion." Lester Houck and Iris Becker
Chemistry building. Dr. Neil . Gordon, Professor of Chemistry, John. will give papers on that subject. Special Palm Sunday music, Mr. J. C.
Hopki Univertity: "The Selection nd TrII in n1g of Chemisti" Pio i will Ph y :1 cornet solo, "Thlie Palms."
C.i. G65a 1 110 .M.16-emiiiiar Ii ie Advanced Theory of St Uv-1
tures: Your attention is called1 to 1wo lectures to be given by Professor
H. M. Westergaard, University of Illinois. The lectures are as follows:
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Dr. Hazel M. Losh, of the Detroit Observatory staff, formerly of Mt.
Wilson, will give an illustrated lecture on Astronomical Phenomena
before the young people of the Church of Christ Disciples, corner of Hill
I Tuesday, March 22, The Main Structural Problem of Arch Dnams and and Tappan, at 6:30 p.m. Anyone interested is cordially invited.
VOL. XLI. SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 1932 No. 123 on Thursday, March 24, "Additional Problems of Stresses in Dams."
-~ - -( -- -- I Both lectures at 11 a.m., in Room 307, West Engineering building. Lutheran Student Club meeting in Zion Lutheran Parish Hall, at
NOTICES J-;:30 p.m. Rev. Henry Yoder, Lutheran Student Pastor, will speak on
To the Members of the University Senate: The resolutions contained a , t :In'rnI 9 (. S. Ha e' ) Probiem bi ebo k SChed- "Iity, Confiict and Conquest."
In the following communication considered at the meeting of the tini- tlid lr bo l :i: aus in Ibis (iJrt MV Ndai y, Mcar1h 21;. 1ii or ouk
versity Council on March 14, were adopted, and are presented here for1u m 8n 13 W.1% tr., ' I'd ri'1ineo Luuh1 ii i ' . K rin , I hi book (,Oristian Scienece Organrization, of the University of Michigan an-
your information: fbe ioices a free public lecture on Christian Science, by Mr. Gavin W.
The attention of the CommIttee on Educational Policies has bven . Writiig for the flopwood Contest is tiI sUbject (f a lecture LU Allan, C.S.B., of Toronto, Canada, member of the Board of Lectureship
directed by the President to the difficulties, from the standpoint , given by Professor Howard M. iones on Wednesday, Mavch 23, at 8 pam., of the Mother Church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston,
general university interests, which spring from lack of coordination of in Natur Sriadenie auditorium. Mass., at Hill Auditorium, at 8 p.m. The public is cordially invited.
courses and curricula. These difficulties manifest themselves especially
in the overlapping of offerings and in the indirect imposition of finan-Must a
cial burdens upon particular units or departments. In order to provide Scalp and Blade: Important meeting at 4:30 p.m., at the Unon. Missionary be an Imperialist?" will meet in the Committee Room of
a procedure for adjusting these difficulties, and as a means of securing M i s~ Ths vLane Hall at 4 p.m.
experience in the coordination of instruction and research an a univer- MethodistcrkB.FseFihr Episcopalspain" Church:h This eveningCrcfxo. at 7:30 o'clock,D.Frd
eity basis, the following recommendations are presented for considera- crick B. Fisher is speaking on "The Crucifixion." At this time the choir Intepretive Reading of Israel Zanewill's Play, "The Melting Pot,"
tion by the Council: will give the last part of Stainer's oratorio "The Crucifixion. At 10:30 will be given by Prof. R. D. Hollister at 8 p.m., at the Hillel Foundation.
(a) That whenever any department or other unit plans changesl .m., Dr. Fisher will speak on the "Victorious Experience." All are welcome.
in its courses or curicula which, in its judgment, are not merely formal Wesley fll: Classes will be held as usual with Dr. Blakeman and
adjustments of existing offerings, it shall submit a statement of the Reformed Students: Rev. P. Jonker of Holland, Mich., will speak at
changes and the reasons therefor to the President. r ro t1 .I h vnn eoinlsriea . e. the League at 9:30 a.m.
(b) That whenever, in the judgment of the President, the proposed Merle H. Anderson of the Presbyterian Church will speak on some phasea
changes involve other departments or units, or affect general university of the worship of '"Easter."COMING EVENTS
interests, he shall notify the departments or units contemplating the Presbyterian Young People's Society: Student Class for Freshmen Men Interested in Education: Open Forum sponsored by Phi Delta
changes to this effect, and, in the absence of a satisfactory adjustment, Men and Women meets at 9:30 a.m., at the Church House. Uppercass- Kappa at the Michigan Union Tuesday, March 22, at '7 p.m. The subject
shal sbmi te popoalstotheUnierstyCoucilforcosidratonmen meet from 12-12:45 in the Lecture Room of the Church. Social1 s "Eucational Effects of the Depression" and the discussion will be
and appropriate action. Hour 5:30, and Student Forum at 6:30. This evening a one-act play is opened by Dr. G. E. Carrothers, of the Division of High School Inspec-
(c) That this procedure shall become operative with the beginning betion. All men who are interested in any phase of educational work are
of the academic year 1932-1933. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary. being presented by members of the Society. invited to attend and take part.
Organ Recital Good Friday Music: Palmer Christian, University Liberal Students' Union: Professor William Clark Trow of the School
Organha Reaagd Fthe a follo ing pgalmt e ghivein, es onfFi Education will speak at 7:30 p.m., on "Should Educational Psychology Botanical Journal Club w/ill meet Tuesday, March 22, at 7:30 p.m.,
daygaftrnoonsarchng5dt415ingprlgrAmditor i etaonGdF-Go Social?" Discussion and social hour. Unitarian Church. Room 1139 N.S. Papers by Dr. Taylor, Miss Davidson, Mr. McFarlin, Miss
day afternoon, March 25, at 4:15 m Hill Auditorium, taking the place -_Siple and Miss Schmidt. All interested are cordially invited.
of the regular Wednesday afternoon recital this week. He will be ".o,__ .. . .L. - . .
assisted by Laura Littlefield and Thelma Lewis, sopranos, Gwendolyn
Zoller and Annis Dexter Gray, contraltos and Wassily Besekirsky, violin -
1st. It is requested that there be no applause and the public is particu-
larly urged to be seated on time:
Frescobaldi: Toccata per l'Elevazione; Bach: Choral Prelude "O
Sacred Head Surrounded"; Brahms: Choral Prelude "O World, I now
must leave Thee"; Malling: Golgotha; Bossi: Hour of Consecration;
Dupre: Crucifixion (From the "Symphonie Passion") Karg-Elert: Fugue,
Kanzone and Epilogue; Wagner: Good Friday Music from "Parsifal."
Foreign Men Students: The annual "Spring Trip" to Battle Creek,
Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Lansing, and Jackson will occur this year
from April 11 to 15. An opportunity to visit several large industrial
plants, public works, business clubs, and educational institutions, is open
to any foreign student until the quota of twenty has been filled. In-
formation concerning, and reservations for, the trip may be secured
in Room 302, University Hall,'Mondays, 4-5, Tuesdays, 4-5, Wednesdays,
5-6, and Thursdays, 2-3, until March 25.
May Festival Tickets: The following artists, organizations and prin-
ciple works have been announced for the 39th Annual May Festival,
which will be held in Hill Auditorium, on May 18, 19, 20 and 21: Earl V.
Moore, Frederick Stock, Gustav Hoist, Eric DeLamarter and Juva Hig-
bee, Conductors; Goeta Ljungberg, Juliette Lippe, Ruth Rodgers, so-
pranos; Mina Hager, contralto; Beniamino Gigli, Frederick Jagel, tenors;
John Charles Thomas and Nelson Eddy, baritones; Chase Baromeo, bass;
Gitta Gradova, pianist; Palmer Christian, organist; The University
Choral Union; Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Children's Festival
Chorus; "The Legende of the Invisible city of Kitej" in English (Amer-
ican premiere) by Rimsky-Korsakoff; "The Creation" in commemora-
tion of the bi-centennial anniversary of its composer, Haydn; "The
Chorale Fantasia" (American. premiere) conducted by its composer,
Gustav Holst; "The Symphonic Psalms" by Strawinsky; The Spider and
the Fly by Protheroo and selections from the Gilbert and Sullivan
operattas (for children). Season tickets admitting to the six concerts
may be ordered by mail at $6.00, $7.00 and $8.00 each. (If coupon from
Choral Union Series -ticket is returned, deduct $3.00 from the above
prices). Mail orders will be filled in sequence and filled in the same
Rabbi Bernard Heller will speak at 10:45 a.m., on "The Life
Crucifixion of Jesus," at the Unitarian Church.
Adelphi: Professor Vernor W. Crane, of the History department,
will conduct an open discussion at the regular meeting, Tuesday, at 7:30,
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