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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FICIAL BULLETIN

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

OL. XLII.

SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1932

No. 134

NOTICES
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home Sunday, April 3. There
ill be no tea on Sunday, Anril 10. There will be a student tea on Wed-
esday, April 6, but the tea on Wednesday, April 13, will be omitted.
To Students Having Library Books:'
1. Students having in their possession books drawn from the Uni-
ersity Library are notified that such books are due Monday, April-4,
efore the impending Spring vacation, in pursuance of the Regents'
egulation:
"Students who leave Ann Arbor for an absence of more than a week
gust first return all borrowed books."
2. Failure to return books before the vacation will render the stu-
ent liable to an extra fine.
3. Students who have special need for certain books between April
and the beginning of the vacation may retain such books by applying
) the Superintendent of Circulation on April 4.
4. Students who have urgent need for certain books during the
acation, will be given permission to draw these books provided they
re not in general demand, on application to the Superintendent of Cir-
ulation after April 4. S. W. McAllister, Associate Librarian.
Students, School of Education: Permission to drop courses without
E" grades will not be given after Friday, April 8, except under extra-
rdinary circumstances. No course is considered officially dropped un-
ss it has been reported in e office of the Recorder of the School of
ducation, Room 1437 U. Ele entary School.
May Festival Coupons: The attention of holders of Festival coupons
om Choral Union Tickets, is called to the fact that the redemption
ate will expire April 30. On or before that date, coupons presented at
he office of the School of Music, either in person or by mail, will be
redited to the amount of $3.00 to apply towards the purchase of season
[ay Festival tickets, that is the price of May Festical tickets $6.00, $7.00,
nd $8.00 each will be reduced to $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00, if such a Festival
oupon is presented. After April 30, the coupon will have no redemp-
on value. Charles A. Sink.
Tickets to the National Aircraft Show, for those who signed up, will
e available Monday afternoon, from the instructor with whom you
.gned.
Oriental Women: The bus which is taking the girls to East Lansing
a Saturday, April 9 will leave the Michigan League building at 8:30 a.m.
11 who are going are asked to be prompt. Will anyone who has not
otified this office, please do so by Tuesday, April 5, in order that trans-
ortation arrangements may be made. Alice C. Lloyd,
Dean of Women.

of Thompson andWilliams streets, April 2, from 8:30 to 1030 p.m. Greyhound Bus Agent TF[ T T
Radcliffe Club of Michigan: Reservations may still be made for the .Warns Ticket Buyers ILD Il d A
luncheo which the Radcliffe Club of Michigan is holding today at 12:30 EEHlderb city passenger
at the Michigan League. All former Radcliffe students and all women agent at Detroit for the greyhound
interested in Radcliffe are invited to attend. Phone 23845. agent at Detrdft rFORyBUDGETBILLS
--------0ing to students not to buy special
Varsity Band-Schedule of section rehearsals: Today, saxophones, vacation tickets other than from Students in Correlated Course Economy Precedents Doom Bo-
10:30 a.m., clarinets, 1 p.m., baritones, 1 p.m., horns, 3 p.m., cornets and, authorized representatives. Tickets
trumpets, 3 p.m.; Sunday, basses, 2 p.m.; Monday, rehearsal of full band 'purchased otherwise can not be Will Have Experience nus Bill tc Drastic Slash;
Monday, 7:15 p.m., at Hill auditorium, honored, he said. Student repre- in Instruction. Cut Inevitable.
sentatives of the Greyhound lines
COMING EVENTS here are Roy W. McLean, '32, and Education students taking the WASHINGTON, April 1. - (1) -
Doris L. Chrisman, '34, Holderby correlated course in directed teach- The Senate which will have the
Band Concert: Under the leadership of Nicholas D. Falcone, the said. rrng will leave Monday for Detroit next and the last say on taxes, ap
University of Michigan Symphonic Band, will give the following pro- ~in eaverd ond a fo r andptheas say on taes
gram, in the School of Music recital series in Hill Auditorium, Tuesday Liberal Students' Union: Sunday, nea FormnDter and e p on o nusapage
evening, April 5, at 8:15 o'clock, to which the general public is invited. 7:30 p.m., Professor L. Blythe Sta- nearby communities for five weeks is on an economy rampage.
Of s ecial interest will be the solo appearance of Master Jan Pieters son will speak on "Housecleaning of field teaching experience. In the spirit now pervading this
LR, Clarinetist. The program is as follows: Schubert: Overture to h e Practice of Law." Unitarian The 22 men and women in the +chamber, the appropriation bills are
"Rosamunde"; Ippolitow-Iwanow: Caucasian Sketches, Suite (a) In the . group will devote the period, as in higher income taxes voted by the
Mountains (b) In the Village (c) Procession of the Sardar; Weber: Clar- Lutheran Student Club will meet other years, to regular teaching and House are facing a paring down and
inet Concerto No. 2, E flat Major, Op. 74 (a) Romance; Second Move- in Zion Lutheran Parish hall Sun- serving as assistant teachers. Pre- the bonus bill is doomed to defeat,
ment (b) Alla Polacca; Third Movement (Mr. LaRue) Respighi: "The day evening at 5:30. The program viously the range of regular teach- The Senate leaders believe this
Pines of Rome" fourth movement "Pines of the Appian Way"; Liszt: Les for this Sunday will be in observ- irkg has ranged from 12 to 75 hours. spirit will continue undiminished.
Preludes (Symphonic Pocm, No. 3). ince of the Washington Bi-Centen- Extra-curricular duties caried by So far, two of the annual supply
onial. A cordial welcome is extended last year's group of 23 included play bills have been sent back to the
University Symphony Orchestra: Under the Baton of David E. Mat- to all Lutheran students. coaching, acting as referee in bas- Appropriations Committee for 24
k-bad, tpe-coa-4g , -n n i Allth thr

tern, the School of Music Symphony Orchestra, will give a program in
Hill Auditorium, Sunday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock, to which the general
public is invited. The orchestra will be assisted by the following soloists:
Helen Van Loon, Soprano, Romine Hamilton, Violinist and Virginia
.Hamister, Pianist. The porgran 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, "Charmant biseau"
from "Pearl of Brazil" (Miss Van Loon) Paganini: Concerto for Violin
(Mr. Hamilton) Tschaikowsky: Allegro molto Vivace from Symphonie
Pathetique No. 6 (Orchcstra).
University Oratorical Contest: The first elimination contest will be
held on Monday night at 7 p.m., in Room 4203 Angell Hall. It is import-
ant that all contestants be present promptly at 7 o'clock so that the I
order of speeches may be determined.
Acolytes: Meeting, Monday, April 4. Prof. Rainich, of the Mathe-
matics department, will discuss "The Meaning of Applied Mathematics."
Philosophy Office, 7:30 p.m.'
Sophomore Engineers will meet Monday, April 4, at 4:15 p.m., to
decide on junior jackets.,
Michigan Dames will have a social meeting of bridge and sewing
Tuesday, April 5, at 8 p.m:, in the Grand Rapids Room of the League.
All former Dames of this or other universities are invited to attend.
Theta Sigma Phi meeting Tuesday, April 5, at 7:15 p.m., at the
League, Miss Florence Davies of the Detroit News will be guest speaker
for the evening. All members pleas? be on time.
Reformed Students: Mr. B. Kruithof will spear at the League on
Sunday, April 3, at 9:30 a.m.
Baptist Students: Sunday Noon class, Mr. Chapman. Evening, 5:30,
Social Hour; 6:30, Address by Wilbur Doucina, Grad., on "The Indians
of Turtle Mountain, North Dakota."
Harris Hall: Regular student supper Sunday evening at 6 p.m., fol-.
lowed by 'an address by Mrs. Mary C. Van Tuyl.
St. Andrew's Church: Holy Comunion, 8 a.m., Church School at 9:30
a.m., Kindergarten at 11 a.m., Holy Communion and sermon at 11 a.m.,
Evensong at 5:30 p.m. Sunday April 3, the Easter music will be re-
peated'at the eleven o'clock service.
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Thsketball, speech coaching, taking
Wesley all: 6 p.m., Sunday charge of assemblies, and serving as
meeting will be in -charge of the wrestling coach, sponsor of Hi-Y
alumni. Austin Flemming will have club, assistant Boy Scout leader,
charge of the meeting. At this time and chaperone at a girls' athletic
there will be the annual election of club party.
officers. At 12 noon the regular The correlated course may devel-'
classes will meet with Dr. Blake- op with school people various rela-
man and Mr. Pryor. tionships that are useful in place-
Mthoist Episcopal Church: At ent,. according to Prof. Raleigh
7:30 m.,s Sunday ro .ohsi fSchorling of thesEducation school
7:0p'mSna 'ro Jhio When. the class returned from
Dartmouth College will speak as teaching last year, tw students had
one of the Wesleyan Guild Lectur- secured places for the coming se
&Irs. At 10:30 a.m., Dr. Fisher will mester, two had places for the fol-
speak on "The Quest of Truth." lowing year, and six had been asked
---to make application.
Presbyterian Young Peoples So-
ciety: Student Class for Freshmen Air mail flights started in Indiana
Men and Women, meets at 9:30 on as early as 1912 at Evansville.
Sunday at the Church House. __
Upperclassmen meet at 12-12:45 Detroit is the country's leading
in the Lecture Room of the Church. producer of milk cans.
Social Hour, 5:30, and Student --
Forum, 6:30. The election of next-
year's officers will take place dur-
ing the social hour. Every one is
cxpected to be present and come
early. The programbthis evening .isb
Heaps who is to give us a presenta-
tion of the play "Green Pastures"
with the aid of stereoptican slides Your final c
and Negro spirituals.
Church of Christ, Disciple's-13 U I R
Young Peoples Society: Sunday, at 1932 JUNIOR
6:30 p.m., Father Iden will speak on
"The Bible and Trees."
___ _Te The Music
I Spring Vacation I £_ m _

per cent reuC uc ons. a tue u
measures appropriating funds for
,next year's operating expenses of
the Government face the same
treatment.
As a result of this unprecedented
action, the Senate Appropriations
Committee is marking time on the
other necessary appropriation bills.
Department heads have been noti-
fied to give recommendations for
further paring down. They' have
protested but the Senate means
business.
It is no secret that the leaders of
both parties have determined to-
apply the tax to the proposal about
to face the House for legislation to
authorize loans as payment in full
to World War veterans upon thei
bonus insurance certificates. It is
not a certainty that the House will
approve this.
Matinee and
Evening Performance

r8
hance to -see

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New Freshman Pageant Rehea'rsal Schedule:
naissance ..... ........Tuesday and Thursday, 3:00--Barbour
'ause Waltz and Gavotte.'. Tuesday and Thursday, 4.00-Barbour
eek Warriors and Greek Priestess
.......... ..... .....Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30-$arbour
initive,...............Tuesday and Thursday, 5.00-Barbour
'dern . . .. . Monday and Wednesday, 4:30-Barbour
llet ........... .... Monday and Wednesday, 5.00-aBrbour

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Student Limiteds

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Please be prompt. Come ready for work with either
hes. Heads of dance groups please come a little early

dance or gym
if possible.

Round Trip Rates

ACADEMIC NOTICES'
Zoology 3 (fleredity): The names of those selected to obtain family
stories, and instructions for preparation of charts, are posted in the
ual place.- If you have handed in a tentative chart, pleas0 consult
e instructions before Tuesday, April 5.
Economics 54 (General Economics): Assignment for next week,
chter, pp. 592-635.
Naval Aviation: All men who are planning to appear before the
.ection Board, must have the required papers complete and turned in
Monday, afternoon. The Selection Board will meet in Room 302 Mich-
n Union, Monday, April 4, at 7:15 p.m.
EVENTS TODAY
Graduate Students: There will be an informal reception, followed
dancing and bridge, for students of the Graduate School at Women's
hletic building on Saturday evening, April 2, from 8:30 until 12 o'clock.
>men medical and law students and the wives and husbands of the
rried students are also invited.
Catholic Students Mixer: Therwill be a mixer for Catholic Stu-
nts and their friends in the auditorium of St. Mary's Chapel, corner

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