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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
the President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.

Faculty, School of Education: The April meeting will be held at the
Michigan League building at 12 o'clock Monday, April 4. A luncheon
meeting. C. 0. Davis, Secretary.

Students, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:

Each year

representatives of various professional schools are asked to address the
students of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts. This series
of pre-professional talks will be begun by Dean Clare E. Griffin, of the
School of Business Administration, who will speak on "Education for
Business," at 4:10 p.m., in Room 1025, A.H. John R. Effinger.

Applied Mechanics Colloquium: Mr. Stewart Way will present a
paper on "Stresses in Long Rectangular Plates." Professor C. T. Olm-
sted will give the review of literature. The meeting is at 7:30 p.m., on
Thursday, March 31, in Room 445 West Engineering building.
Junior Mathematical Society meets tonight in Room 3011 A.H., at
7:30. All interested in mathematical topics are cordially invited. Pro-
fessor Rainich. of the Mathematics Department, will speak on "Groups
and Operators."
I Forestrv Club: Mpetiny WedAnrsdav evening at 7:30 «'clocrk in Rnr




No. 131

Notice: Recently one or two thefts from University buildings have
brought to sight the fact that windows or doors have been left unlocked
when offices, laboratories, or other rooms were left unoccupied. Proper,
guardianship of University property would indicate careful locking of
doors and windows, inside doors as well as outside doors, when rooms are
to be unoccupied even for a brief period. The janitors cannot be respon-
sible for conditions after the hours when they are on duty, or when
persons with keys to buildings unlock doors anq leave them unlocked.
It would seem desirable also that two or three times a year a careful
check should be made by department heads of all keys to quarters under
their charge, to make sure that keys have not been lost and are not in
the hands of persons no longer requiring their use.
The matter of thefts, while small in proportion to the total amountI
of property owned by the University and by individuals using University
buildings, is sufficiently important to require the co-operaton of all to
the end of keepng thefts at a minimum and when possible of recovering
the property and catching the thief. Shirley W. Smith
Student's Recital: The University Symphony Orchestra under the
baton of Professor David E. Mattern, will make its next public appear-
ance in Hill Auditorium, Sunday, April 3, at 4:15 o'clock. The general
public with the exception of small children is invited but is requested
to be seated on time. The Orchestra will be assisted by three talented
students of the School of Music, Helen Van Loon, Soprano, Romine
Hamilton, Violinist and Virginia Hamister, Pianist. The program in full
is as follows:
- Bach: Concerto for String Orchestra, No. 3, in G Major; (Orchestra)
Mozart: Allegro for Concerto No. 20 D Minor for Piano (Miss Hamister)
Stanford: Irish Rhapsody, No. 1, Op. 78; (Orchestra) David: Aria, "Char-
mant biseau" from "Pearl of Brazil" (Miss Van Loon) Paganini: Con-
certo for Violin (Mr. Hamilton) Tschaikowsky: Allegro molto Vivace
from Symphonie Pathetique No. 6. (Orchestra).
Student's Recital: Raymond Morin, Pianist, a student in the School
of Music, will give the following program, to which the general public is
invited, Thursday afternoon, March 31, at 4:15 o'clock in Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre:
Grieg: Sonata in E Minor Op. 7; (Allegro moderato, Andante molto,
Menuetto, Finale, molto allegro); Brahms: Sonata in F Minor Op. 5
(Allegro maestoso, Andante, Scherzo, Intermezzo, Finale) Scriabine:
Two Preludes Op. II; Lord Berners: Funeral March to a Statesman-,
Tansman: Spiritual and Blues (from Transatlantic Sonatine); Gersh-
win: Rhapsody in Blue; Chopin: Mazurka Op. 30 No. 4; Etude in C Minor
Op. 25 No. 12.
To Applicants for Admission to the Law School of Columbia Uni-
versity: Applicants for admision to the Law School of Columbia Univer-
sity should file their applications with that institution on or before April
15. Arrangements have been made for the required Capacity Test to be
held in Ann Arbor, May 7, 1932.
University Loan Committee: The Loan Committee will meet today
at 1:30 p.m., in Room 2, University Hall. Students who have filed appli-
cations with the Office of the Dean of Students should call at that office
for an appointment with the*Committee. J. A. Bursley, Chairman.
Sprin Midweek Dancing
/Inn AIrboy's Only Cabaret

yen t A a : A u gymgfm I t'li o' 1rl.t, U, CVClrn ,v, I 'au . ulvu!, 111 .l .o j1
Students Interested in Aeronautics: The Aeronautical meeting of 2039, Natural Science. Illustrated lecture on "Snakes" by Prof. F. N.
Society of Automotive Engineers will open with a joint student meeting Blanchard. Refreshments.
at the Hotel Statler Ballroom at 8 p.m., Tuesday, April 5. Brig. Gea.
William Mitchell (Ret.), the "Stormy Petrel," of the Air Corps, will speak
on the subject, "Air Power of the United States, Past, Present and Men's Physical Education Club meets at 7:30 p.m., in the Union.
Future." "Casey Jones," Vice-President of Curtiss Wright Corporation, Professor McClusky will talk on his vacation in Russia during the past
speaker of radio fame, has for his subject, "Opportunities in Aviation." summer. The Club will decide upon the date for the spring party.
The S.A.E. has arranged to sell to students air show tickets forT

Freshman P a g e a n t Rehearsal
Schedule for Wednesday, March 30:
Changes: Instead of Greek Athletes.
there will be the Warriors' Dance
at that time.
Please be prompt. Come ready for
work in gym or dance clothes. The
heads of dance groups are request-
ed to come early if possible.
Chess and Checker Club mects
this evening at 7:30 in Room 302
Michigan Union.
National Association of Cost Ac-
countants, Detroit Chapter: Special
meeting at Hotel Fort Shelby, D-
troit, on Thursday, March 31, at 8
p.m. Mr. G. H. Armstrong, the sales
manager of Tabulating Machin-
Company, will speak on "How Ac-
countants Can Assist Sales Depart-
ments in Reducing Cost of Distri-
Public Lecture: Subject, Wan ted
-A Practical, Scientific, Spiritual
Religion will be given at Lane Hall
Thursday at 4:15, -by Bertha Hyde
Kirkpatrick. Lecture is sponsored
by the Baha'i Study Group. The
public is cordially invited.

Tuesday only at 25 cents each.
Annex, or Mr. Boys, B-47 East
on the list before Thursday.

See Mr. Kruger, Room
Engineering building.

101 Engineering
Get your name

Senior Engineers: Orders for the 1931E Memorial caps and gowns
may be made on the second floor of the West Engineering building.
above the arch on Wednesday and Thursday of this week from 9 a.m.,
to noon and from 1 to 3:30 p.m. The $2.50 rental fee and the receipt for
class dues are necessary to place an order. It is advisable to make orders
early, since the supply of these caps and gowns with the reduced rentalj
fee is quite limited. "

An Exhibition of 51 paintings from the 36th annual exhibition of
the Art Institute of Chicago is being shown in the West Gallery of the
Alumni Memorial Hall under the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Associa-
tion. The exhibit will be open from 1:30 to 5 o'clock until April 12.
Readings from Kipling: Mr. Hollister and other members of the
Interpretative Arts Society will give readings from the verse of Rudyard
Kipling at 7:15 p.m., in Room 302 Mason Hall. All interested are invited.

CONCERT TODAY Students are invited to a radio broadcast (WJR) of the Jtnior Girls'
Organ Recital by Palmer Christian, University organist, at 4:15 Play at 2 p.m., in Morris Hall.
o'clock in Hill Auditorium.

Le Cercle Francais
Thursday, 7:30, Room
Language building.

will meet on
408 Romancc


Scabbard and Blade Rushing Smoker at the Union, at 7:15 p.m. The
members are requested to wear urniforms.
Eta Sigma Phi meets at 7:30 at the League. Interesting program

English II, Sec. I: Mr. Rowe will not meet this class today. Papers
will be due on Friday.
English 32, Sec. 12: Mr. Rowe will not meet this class today.
English II, Sections 12, 15, 18 (H. A. Ott): Please bring UniversilyI
Readings to the examination today.
Sixth Freshmen Lecture in Hygiene for Men will be given in Water-
man gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, March 31, and April 1, at 3-4
and 5 p.m. This requirement includes all freshmen in the regularg
physical training classes, athletic squads and others that have been
excused from these groups.
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Mr. R. L. Smith will address the
Seminar today at 4 o'clock in Room 3201 E. Eng. bldg., on the subject,
"P-V-T Relations of Hydrocarbons."t
Physical Education for Women: All physical education classes whicht
meet in Barbour gymnasium report in Sarah Caswell Angell Hail on theS
second floor of the gymnasium on Thursday and Friday. Students re-.
port in street clothes. Please bring pens or pencils. Physical education7
classes which meet at the Union Pool and at the Women's Athletic bldg.,
will meet as usual.

All Campus Swimming Meet taes
place Thursday, 7:30 p.m., at Intra-
mural bldg. Entries will be taken
until 5 p.m., Thursday.
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and refreshments.

Banquet fee will be collected.

Am. Soc. C.E. Student Chapter
will hold its Spring Initiation Ban-
quet and annual joint meeting with
the Detroit Section at 6:30 p.m., at
the Michigan Union.
Vulcans Society picture at 5:30
p.m., at Dey Studio.
Phi Epsilon Kappa: Special meet-
ing in Room 306, Union, at 8 p.m.,
Phi Sigma: Dr. Ned Dearborn, of
the School of Forestry and Con-
servation, will speak on "The Rab-
bit in the Hat." Mr. Donald Ameel,
of the Zoology department, will
speak on the "Lung Flukes of Mam-
mals." Important business meeting,
7:30 p.m., in Room 2116 N.S. bldg.
University Symphony Orchestra:


Special full rehearsal at 3 o'clock.
Observatory Journal Club will meet at 4:15 Thursday in the Observ- Important string rehearsal at 5
atory lecture room. Miss Helen Dodson will review the article "The Dis- o'clock. Morris Hall.
tribution of Absolute Magnitudes among Stars Brighter than the Sixth Varsity Band: Important rehear-
Apparent Magnitude," by Gustaf Stromberg. Tea will be served at 3:45. sal of the entire band tonight at
7:15, in Morris Hall. Everyone be
Mathematical Tea in Room 3201 Angell Hall at 4 o'clock today. present.

- d4inner dancing
at the hut each
evening from six
'til seven-thirty. .
-supper, dancing
at the hut and the
den fronm eight-
forty-five until
teen-forty-five .o
-no cover charge-no
mini mum charge-no
week-end increase in
ingerie operated


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