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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OFFICIAL 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.

German Department: Bronson-Thomas Prize-The latest date for
handing in essays for the above prize is Thursday, April 21. The exam-
ination willhbe held on that day too at 2 p.m., in Room 201 University
Hall. Questions will be set on Goethe's life and works up to 1775.
Commencement Invitations and Programs will be on sale from Mon-
day, April 18 to Friday, April 22 inclusive, in all schools and colleges of
the University with the exception of; the Medical department. Placards
posted on the bulletin boards of the individual schools will give informa-
tion with regard to the taking of orders for these articles, and the
committeemen in charge of this work have been provided with samples,
prices, and other necessary details. All members of the senior classes
are urged to place their orders promptly with the representatives of
y, their respective classes. W. B. Rea, Auditor of Student Organizations.

VOL. XLII.

Engineering Council meeting at 7:30 in M.E. computing room. At-
tendance important as final arrangements and distribution of Smoker
tickets must be carried out.

TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1932

NOTICES

Zeta Phi ELa neting of pledges and actives at 7:30.
Phi Delta Kappa: Important business meeting at 7
302 Michigan Union.
Poetry Society of the University of Michigan meets
Angell Hall at 7:30 p.m.
General Committee of the Freshman Pageant meets
at 3:15. Please be prompt.
Faculty Women's Club, Playreading Section, will hold
ing for the year at 2:15 in the League building.

p.m., in Room
in Room 3227
at the League

Phi Eta Sigma initiation and
banquet Friday, April 22, at Union.
Initiation at 5.o'clock. If any initi-
ate cannot be there, will he please
call Donald Adams at 4439.
Craftsmen: The Craftsmen will
confer the M.M. Degree at Masonic
Temple, Ann Arbor, Friday, Ap'ril
22, at 7:30 p.m.
Chess and Checker Club meets on
Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., in Room
302, Michigan Union.

University Lecture: Dr. William McPherson, Professor of Chemistr
io State University, will lecture under the joint auspices of the Un
sity and the American Chemical Society on the subject, "The Us
Titanium Tetrachloride in the Friedel-Craft Synthesis," Thursda
:ll 21, in Room 303 Chemistry building, at 4:15 p.m. The public

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University Lecture: Dr. Walter G. Everett, Professor Emeritus of
ailosophy, Brown University, will lecture on the subject, "Our Economic
alady: An Ethical Interpretation," Wednesday, April 27, at 4:15 p.m.,
atural Science Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
Automobile Regulation: Students who have recently brought cars to
m Arbor with the intention of storing them until the close of the
esen t semester are requested to register the make, type, license num-
r, and location of storage of these cars at the Office of the Dean of
idents. Failure to comply with this requirement will be interpreted
a violation of the automobile ruling. W. B. Rea,
Assistant to the Dean.
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, University organist, has prepared
e following program for Wednesday afternoon, April 20, at 4:15 o'clock
Hill Auditorium, to which the general public is invited:
Bach: Finale, from "The Passion According to St. Matthew"; Bach:
r in D; Debussy: Prelude to "The Blessed Damozel"; Wagner: Prelude
"Lohengrin"; Introduction to Act III, and the Bridal Chorus; Wag-
r: Introduction to Act III, "Tristan and Isolde"; Wagner: March from
annhauser"; Rubinstein: Kammenoi Ostrow (Reve Angelique); Sibel-
: Tone Poem, "Finlandia."
Senior Recital: Helen Van Loon, member of the Senior Class at the
hool of Music, will give the following program of piano numbers in
dia Mendelssohn Theatre, Tuesday afternoon, April 19, at 4:15 o'clock
which the general public with the exception of small children is in-
cd:
Bach: Toccata in D major; Schumann: Phantasie in C major;
opin: Etude Opus 25, No. 2, Fantasie; Ravel: Jeux D'Eau; Netzorg:
rch Grotesque.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
e Bureau has been advised of the following openings by the United
ites Civil Service Commission:
Senior Inspector, Engineer Construction (Marine), $2,600
Field Assistant and Field Aides, $900 to $2,500
Farm Managers (various divisions), $2,300 and $2,900
Supt. of Furniture Factory, $2,900
Supt. of Clothing Shop, $3,200 and $2,600
Supt. of Reed Furniture Shop, $2,300
Supt. of Cabinet and Woodworking Shop, $2,300
Instructor Foreman (Machinist), $2,060
Junior Veterinarian, $2,000 to $2,600.
For further information, kindly call at the office, 201 Mason Hall.

School of Education-Seniors: Orders for announcements of the
graduation of the Senior Class of the School of Education will be re-
ceived this week only. See member of Invitation Committee at table
on second floor junction of University High School and University Ele-
mentary School, between 9 and 11 any day this week. Have money to
cover purchase with you.
FRESHMAN PAGEANT REHEARSAL SCHEDULE
Renaissance-Monday 4:00, Wednesday 7:00
Strauss, Waltz-Tuesday and Thursday, 4:00
Gavotte-Monday and Thursday, 4:00
Greek Warrior--Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30
Greek Priestess-Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30
Primitive--Tuesday and Thursday, 5:00
Modern-Monday and Wedinesday, 4:30
Ballet-Monday 'ind Wednesday, 5:00
All rehearsals will be held in Barbour gymnasium. Please be prompt.
Come ready for work with either dance or gym clothes. Heads of dance
groups please come a little early if possible.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
English 31, Section 14 (Mr. Weimer): This class will meet hereafter,
in Room 2219 A.H.
English 298: Professor Cowden's.section will meet on April 26 instead
of April 19.
Business Administration 102 (Personnel), and Cost Acounting 114:
Mr. Robert W. Peden, of the Mueller Brass Company of Port Huron, will
lecture at 3 p. m., today, in Room 231 Angell Hall on toe Bedaux System
of Payment. Regular class appoiftments in these courses will be omitted
on Tuesday morning.
EVENTS TODAY
Graduate Luncheon for Chemical Engineers at 12:15, in Room 3201
East Engineering building. Dean C. E. Griffin will address the group
on "Some Economic Problems of the Present Depression."
Physics Colloquium: Mr. D. A. Wilbur will talk on the "Thermal
Agitation of Electrons in Conductors," at 4:15 p.m., in Room 1041, East
Physics building. All interested are cordially invited to attend.
Drama Lecture: The' public is cordially invited to hear Clayton
Hgmilton on "Edmond Rostand and the Modern French Drama," at 4:15;
at the Laboratory Theatre.
Mathematical Club meets at 8 p.m., in Room 3201 Angell Hall.
Speakers and topics will be: Mr. Regan-"The Application of the Theory
of Admissable Numbers to Time Series"; Mr. Fuller-"On the Invariant
Character of a Set of Differential Equations"; Mr. Fulton-"Generaliza-
tion of the Cauchy Integral Formula." All interested are invited.
Economics Club: Dr. Gustav Seidler of Vienna, Austria, who is doing
research work in Economic Theory in this country, will speak to the
club on "Some Recent Trends in German Economic Thought," in Room
302 of the Union at 7:30 p.m.

Michigan Chapter of University Dames meets tonight in the Grand
Rapids Room, Michigan League. Dr. George E. Carrothers will give a
talk on current changes in the modern college. All student wives are
cordially invited.
Christian Science Organization meets in the Chapel of the Michigan
League at 8 p.m. All students and faculty are invited to attend.
COMING EVENTS
Uhiversity Lectures: Friday, April 29, at 4:15 p.m., in Natural Science
Auditorium, Professor R. Ii. Whitbeck, of the University of Wisconsin:
"Life on the Argentine Pampas" (Illustrated).
Friday, April 29, at 4:15 p.m., Room 2003 Angell Hall, Professor W.
A. Oldfather, Head of the Clasical Department, University of Illinois:
"Levels of Culture."
Public Lecture: Sr. D. Cesar Barranco, Consul of Cuba, of Detroit,
will speak in Spanish on Thursday, April 21, at 4:10 p.m., in Room 103
R.L. building. Under the auspices of the Sociedad Hispanica.
Public Lecture: Life, Death, Immortality will be the subject of a
free illustrated lecture to be given by Mrs. Max Heindel, internationally
known author and Christian mystic, Wednesday at 8:15 p.m., in Room
231 A.H. Arranged by the Student Theosophical Club.
German Department: The regular monthly luncheon will be held
on Wednesday, April 20, at 12:15, in the Michigan Union.
Research Club: The annual memorial meeting will be held Wednes-
day, April 20, at 8 p.m., in the Ballroom of the Michigan League. Papers
on "Spinoza," by Professor DeWitt Parker, and "Leeuwenhoek," by Dr.
Carl V. Weller will be presented. The members of the Women's Research
Club and th Junior Research Club are cordially invited to attend.

its final meet-

Negro Folk Plays: A laboratory
production of three one-act plays
by Miss Doris D. Price, graduate,
will be given, with a negro cast
from Detroit, in the University of
Michigan Laboratory Theatre on
Friday evening, April 22, at 8:30
o'clock. The production is sponsored
by the Department of English Lan-
guageand Literature and Play Pro-
duction. There will be a small
admission charge, no reserved seats.
Box office open daily, 12 to 3,
Sigma Delta Chi meets at 12:15
o'clock for luncheon at the Union
this noon. All members and pledges
are urged to be present.
Paris Newspaper Sees
Trade Progress in U.S.
PARIS, April 18. - (/R) - A belief
that the financial crisis in the Uni-
ted States now is passing through
its final "healing phase" and Amer-
ica is headed for renewed prosperity
was expressed Sunday in the news-
paper Le Temps.
The newspaper said it thought
the American recovery would be
achieved without any real inflation.
"American money will remain
stable," said its weekly financial re-
view. "t Losses will be registered and
accepted.
"The United States will enter a
period of new credits with the like-
lihood of an economic prosperity
less brilliant than before the crisis,
but more real and more solid."
Room 100 Chemistry Bldg.
ibit of new types of Spencer;
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LENS CO.
uncing
E 7:30 A. M.-7:30 P. M.
A. M.-1:30 P. M. Dinner 5:30-7°30
ERVICE ALL DAY

A.I.Ch.E., Student Branch, and the A.S.S.T., Ann Arbor Group will
hold a joint meeting on Thursday, April 21, at 7:30 p.m. in Room 3201
East Engineering building. Mr. H. L. ------ -- -
Maxwell of the DuPont Company
will speak on "Metallurgical Prob- You are invited to call at I
lems Occurring in the Syntheses of before Friday -to see an ex
Alcohols and Ammonia."
Microscopes and Projector;
The "Representation Annuelle" of SPENCER
the Cercle Francais will take place1'
Thursday, April 28, at 8:15 p.m., __-
at the Laboratory Theatre (former-
ly Mimes). "Mon ami Teddy," a AnMO
three-act modern French Comedy CONTINUOUS SERVIC
by Andre Rivoire and Lucien Bes-
nard will be presented. Breakfast 7:30-11:45. Lunch 11:45
Phi Sigma: Mr. K. C. Kuster of A LA CARTE S
the Zoology Department will speak
on "Respiration in Certain Aquatic,
Fly Larvae." Nomination of new
members, Thursday, 7:30 p.m., in
Room 2116 N.S.An Ar 's L

Medical School: On Thursday afternoon at 2 p.m., the usual exer-
s for the Senior and Junior students will be suspended in order that
so classes may attend the clinics given that hour by Doctor Donald
Balfour and possibly by Doctor Blankenhorn of Western Reserve
lical School. Executive Committee, Medical School.
Medical School: A public address on "Fifty Years' Progress in In-
ial Medicine," will be given in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, in
higan League building, on Thursday, April 21, at 8 p.m., by Doctor
rellys F. Barker, Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, Johns Hop-
s University Medical School. The speaker will be introduced by
sident Ruthven. The meeting is open to all medical students, to the
lical profession and to those interested. Executive Commitee,
Medical.School.
Class Instructors: Statements from the Health Service relative to
lent illness or clinic attendance should be noted as to the wording
. the official stamp in each case. They are issued as statements of
only for your assistance and not as excuses or recommendations for
use. Similar statements from other sources need not be ref9rred
e unless there is a question of health of the student, at the time,;
W. E. Forsythe.

Athena: Dr. Muyskens, of the Department
Linguistics, will address the Society at 8 p.m.
meeting of the members of the
Athena-Zeta ,Phi Eta Debate team
at the close of the regular meeting.
Alpha Nu meets at 7:30 in Alpha
Nu Room, fourth floor, Angell Hall.
Leonard Kimball wil lead an open
forum discussion on "Socialism.",
The general public is cordially in-
vited and those ipterested in trying
out for the society are especially
urged to attend.
Tau Beta Pi dinner meeting, Wed-
nesday, April 20, at 6:15 p.m., in the
Michigan Union.
Alpha Epsilon Mu: Important
meeting at 7:15, in Room 304 of the
Michigan Union.
SUMMER WORK
For several Michigan students, to
start June 15. References required.
See Mr. Noll, 306 Michigan Union,
Tuesday P. M., 2 to 8.

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There will be a short

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Dancing every evening and every afternoon starting Monday, April 25
Clearance Sale

Preliminary Examinations for the candidates for
'nglish will be given this spring as follows:
April 23-Nineteenth Century Literature
April 30-English Literature from 1660 to 17981
May 7-English Literature of the Renaissance
May 14-Mediaeval Literature
May 21-Literary Criticism or American Literature
May 28-Linguistics
xaninations will take place in
mn 3227 A.H., from 9 to 12 a.m.
11 Senioys who have. not placed' Cuttinj
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uld do so at once, .eitherat the,7 5'Sou
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