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ACADEMIC NOTICES COMING EVENTS SUBSCRIBE TO TH MICI GAN DAILY
Make Up Examination: History I1, Lecture Section 1, for absentee., 4:15, Room 2054 N.S. bldg. Prof. E-__ .__:......__ _.
Sof mid-semester today at 4 p.m., in Room 4001 A.IH. son S. Bastin, Head of Geology De-
------partment, University of Chicago:
English 88 (E. A. Walter): Students are requested to bring Mr. Foth- "Origin of Copper Deposits." ('Ty TT 9 'i
ergill's Plot this evening.
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.
VOL. XLII. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1932 No. 137
Ann Arbor Art Association an-
Political Science 2-Trip to Lansing: The busses will leave at 12:30 nounces a lecture by Paul J. Sachs,
p.m., today from in front of Angell Hall. Profesor of Fine Arts at Harvard
University and Associate Director,
Fogg Art Museum: "French Paint-
Chemistry Coloquium meeting today at 4:15, in Room 303. Mr. Trepp ings and Drawings of Nineteenth
will discuss "Quinonoidation in Triarylmethyl Halides." Century," April 7, 4:15, in the West
Ann Arbor's Largest Restaurant
lr zesidentand M11rs. uthven will be at home to students on Wedes Galry, Alumni Memorial Hal.
day, April 6. LECTURE TODAY
University Lecture at 4:15 p.m., in Natural Science Auditorium. Pro- Observatory Journal Club meets
lessor Eugen Kuehnemann, of the University of Breslau, Germany: at 4:15, Thursday, in the Observa-
Automobile Regulation: The Automobile Regulation will be lifted for "Goethe und Deutschland." Lecture in German. tory lectuer room. Professor L. A.
the Spring vacation period beginning on Friday, 12 noon, April 8, and jHopkins will speaks on The Three
ending on Monday, 8 a.m., April 13. W. B. Rea, EXHIBITION Body Problem. Tea served at 3:45.
Assistant to the Dean. An Exhibition of 51 paintings from ,the 36th annual exhibition of Alpha Epsilon Mu: This is to re-
-- the Art Institute of Chicago is being shown in the West Gallery of the mind you of a very important meet-
Alumni Memorial Hall under the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Associa- ing, the first Tuesday after vaca-
Scholarships in Columbia Lawa School: A small number of scholar- tion. The exhibit will be open from 1:30 to 5 o'clock until April 12. tion, April 19. New members will be
ships in the Columbia Law School ranging from $300 to $500 are open considered.
to men of the present senior class. Those desiring further information EVENTS TODAY
are asked to come to my office. Application should be made immediately Readings from Tennyson Membeofthe Interpretive Arts Society . Ann Arbor Chamber Music So-
if interested. JonRRfigr ie aig rmTnyo:hmesofteItrrtv rsSceyciet: The annual meeting will be,
John R. Effinger. will give a program of readings from the poetry of Tennyson promptly held Tuesday, April 12, at 3:30 p.m.
Literary Students: Students expecting to enter any professional a in the Michigan League. Notice the
school in this University next-fall, on any combined curriculum, should change of date. All interested in
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Professor C. Upthegrove will address the future of this organization are
fie their applications in Room 4, U.H., on or before April 20. Most stu- the Seminar today at 4 o'clock in Room 3201 East Engineering building. urged o be present.
dents intending to file such. applications will do well to attend to the His subject is. "Scaling of Steel
matter before Spring Vacation.The penalty for late application is $5.
Pre-Medical students in particular should note that the application
for admission to the Medical School did not include this application for
admission to a combined curriculum.
Graduate School: Students enrolled in the Graduate School will not
be permitted to drop courses after the Spring Vacation. A course is not
officially dropped until it is reported in the office of the Graduate School,
Room 1014 Angell Hall.
Students, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: Except under
extraordinary circumstances, courses dropped after April 8 will be re-
corded with a grade of E.
Students, College of Engineering: The final day for the removal of
incompletes will be Saturday, April 9. This is in accordance with the
ruling that if credit is to be given for a course, the work in the course
must be completed by the end of the eightl week of the semester of
residence next succeeding that in which the course was elected.
To Those Teaching Architectural and Decorative Design Students:
Will you kindly report those of the above students whose work is un-
satisfactory, sending the reports in not later than April 7 to Room 207
Architecture building. Emil Lorch.
Sorority House Presidents: If any sorority houses are to be open dur-
Ing spring vacation, please notify the office of Dean of Women at once.
Women Students Remaining in Ann Arbor During Spring Vacation:
We have in the office of the Dean of Women a list of houses which will
be open during spring vacation for girls who are staying in Ann Arbor.
Public Lecture: Subject. Some
A.S.M.E.: All student meeting in the lecture room of the West Engi- Telling Events in Recent History,
neering building annex, at 7:30. Walter Kranz, '32E, will talk on "the Lane Hall, Thursday, 4:15. Remark-
Canning Industry." A motion picture on the subject will also be shown. i able and little known events in the
history of the Baha'i Movement will
An announcement about the meeting with the Detroit Section will be be recounted by Mrs. Bertha Hyde
made at this time. Everybody welcome. fKirkpatrick, sponsored by the Ba-
ha'i Study Group. The public is in-
Phi Beta Kappa, Annual Meeting of Alpha Chapter in Michigan of vited.
Phi Beta Kappa will be held at 4:10 p.m., in Room 2003 A.H. The elec-
tion of new members and other important business will be under con- 'Secret Six' to Probe
sideration at this time. It is hoped that as many members of the Chap- N rh etr rf
ter as possible willbe present on this occasion. Orma F. Butler,tSecy.hp Nrt _wester__Graft
(Ri Tr; News Servic)
Sigma Gamma Epsilon initiation at 5:30 p.m.; banquet at 6:30 p.m., EVANSTON, Ill., April 4. - WithI
in the Michigan Union. the formation of the "Secret Six"
- committee to investigate the truthI
Student Council meeting at 8 p.m. Newly elected members are ex- of t h e graft charges brought
pected to be present. against Northwestern university by
t__Dr. James M. Yard, university Di-
Michigan Technic: Important meeting of staff and tryouts, at 7:30 rector of Religious Activities, plans
were made for the consideration of
p.m. All members please attend. apparent graft in all campus or-
Socialist Club: Because of unforseen circumstances, Mr. Riseman - -
was unable to appear at the last meeting of the Michigan Socialist Club. -
Mr. Riseman, a well-known Detroit attorney who has made a study of
Michign labor legislation, will speak on "Is It Safe To Work: An Analysis
of the Michigan Workman's Compensation Act," at the regular bi-
weekly meeting of the Socialist Club at the Michigan Union, Room 304,
at 7:30 p.m. All students interested in labor legislation and sociology are
Last Cabaret Dance Tonight
Wednesday, April 6, 1932
DANCING WILL RESUME
SUNDAY, APRIL 17, 1932
Spring V atiP
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University Symphony Orchestra: No rehearsal Friday. Rehearsals
Wednesday and Thursday of this week in Morris Hall.
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, University Organist, will give the
following program, at 4:15 o'clock to which the general public with the
exception of small children is invited: Marcello: Psalm XIX; Martini:
Gavotte; Bach: Fantasia and Fugue in C Minor; Maquaire: Symphony
1 Op. 20; Schmitt: Prelude; Bonnet: Rhapsody Catalane.
Mathematical Tea in Room 3201
Angell Hal at 4 o'clock.
Alpha Kappa Delta: Meeting at
Prof. Holmes' house at 8 p.m. 1
University of Michigan Radio Club
meets at 7:30,Room 154 West Eng.
bldg. Mr. Ben Bailey, Jr., will speak
on and demonstrate 5-meter radio
Wesley .Hall: At 4 p.m., Dr. Blake-
man will meet with students at the
time of the regular 'Fireside Hour."
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