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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.
VOL. XLII. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1932 No. 142
Medical School: At 2 p.m., today, the usual exercises for the Senior
and Junior students will be suspended in order that these classes may
attend the clinics given that hour by Doctor Donald C. Balfour and
possibly by Doctor Blankenhorn of Western Reserve Medical School.
Executive Committee, Medical School.
Medical School: A public address on "Fifty Years' Progress in In-
ternal Medicine," will be given in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, in
the Michigan League building this evening, at 8 o'clock, by Doctor
Lewellys F. Barker, Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine, Johns Hop-
kins University Medical School. The speaker will be introduced by
President Ruthven. The meeting is open to all medical students, to the
medical profession and to those interested. Executive Commitee,
Medical School.
Medical School: The two public addresses will be given in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre, Michigan League building, on Friday, April 22,
beginning at 2:30 p.m. Doctor W. H. Park, Director of the Bureau of
Laboratories of New York Board of Health, will give an address on "Fifty
Years' Progress in the Control of Communicable Diseases"; and Doctor
Donald C. Balfour of the Mayo Clinic will deliver an address on "Fifty
Years' Progress in Surgery."
The meeting is open to all medical students, to the medical profes-
sion and to those interested. Executive Committee, Medical School.
Medical School: On Friday morning, April 22, at 10 a.m., the usual
exercises for the Senior and Junior students will be suspended in order
that these classes may attend the clinics given at that hour by Doctor
L. 1. l3arker of Johns Hopkins University and by Doctor Joseph L. Miller,
Cinical Professor of. Medicine of University of Chicago.
All afternoon exercises in the Medical School will be suspended oil
Friday at 2 p.m., in order that all medical classes may attend the ad-
drsse to be given beginning at 2:30 p.m. Executive Committee,
Medical School.
Bronson-Thomas Prize in German: The examination for this prize
will be held today at 2 p.m., in Room 305 U.H.

Andante molto cantabile ed espressivo) Bach: Bourree in A Minor;
Bach-Rummel: Chorale: Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier; Bach: Gavotte in
G Major: Bach-Busoni: Choral prelude: Nun freut euch, Lieben Chris-
ten; Schumann: Kreisleriana (Andantino con molto sentimento, Vivacis-
simo, Adagio. Allegro molto) Chopin: Nocturne in D flat Major; Chopin:
Polonaise in A flat Major.


Political Science 108:
be held in Room 2037 A.H.
April 26, at 4 p.m.

The midsemester make-up examination will
(Political Science Seminar Room), Tuesday,

Shop 10, Materials of Aircraft Construction: Arrangements have
been made to visit the Ford Airport and factory this morning. We will
meet on the front steps of the East Engineering bldg., to leave promptly
at 8 o'clock. O. W. Boston.
University Lecture: Dr. William McPherson, Professor of Chemistry,
Ohio State University, will lecture under the joint auspices of the Uni-
versity and the American Chemica,. Society on the subject, "The Use
of Ttanium Tetrachloride in the Friedel--Craft Synthesis," this after-
noon at 4:15 o'clock. The public is invoted.
Public Lecture: "'The Consequences and Cure of Prejudice," Lane
Hall, at 4:15, by Mrs. Bertha H. Kirkpatrick. Sponsored by the Baha'i
Study Group.
Public Lecture: Sr. D. Cesar Barranco, Consul of Cuba, of Detroit,
will speak in Spanish on the subject, "Cuba Yesterday and Today," at
4:10 p.m., in Room 103 R.L. bldg. Under the auspices of the Sociedadj
"Fifty Prints of the Year": Now being shown in West Gallery, Alumni
Memorial Hall Until Anril 298 Auisnices of Ann Arhn Art A« i:tin

Psychological Journal Club meets at 7:30 p.m., Room 3126 N.S. Mr.'
Lloyd Woodburne will discuss his work on binocular parallax, and Dr. B.
D. Thuma will describe a new apparatus for the study of visual acuity.)
National Association of Cost Acountants, Detroit Chapter: Join
meeting with Michigan association of Certified Public Accountants at
Masonic Temple, Detroit, at 8 p.m. W. F. Sims, of Felt and Tarrant
Manufacturing Company of Chicago, will speak on "The Efficiency of
Cost Accounting Records,"
Seniors, Literary College: This is the last week in which to put in
orders for Senior Literary College canes. Orders are taken at Wagner's.
Polonia Circle meeting at 7:30 p.m., in the Michigan League.t
Phi Sigma: Mr. K. C. Kuster of the Zoology department will speak
at 7:30 p.m., in Room 211qN.S., on "Respiration in Certain Aquatic Fly
Larvae." Nomination of new members.
Phi Epsilon Kappa meeting at the Union at 7:30 p.m.
Public Health Nurses on the Campus are cordially invited to attend1
the meeting of the Ann Arbor District Nurses Association at the Logue,
at 7:45 p.m. Reports of the San Antonio Convention will be given byt
Miss Durell, Miss Oswald. and Mrs. Bartlett.1
University Symphony Orchestra: Important full rehearsals Thurs-
day and Friday at 3 p.m., for broadcast Saturday evening.
Varsity Glee Club: All members report without fail, 7:15 p.m. Bring
all glee club music for inventory. Important business.1
Freshman Glee Club: All men connected with Freshman Glee Clubr
this year report at Varsity Glee Club Rooms at 7:15 p.m. Important.r
Bring all music belonging to the Clubs.

thespian Authority
Says 'De Bergerac'
Is Perfect Drama
Clayton Hamilton, whose lectures
and writings have established, his
reputation as an authority on the
drama, speaking on "Edmond Rost-
and and the French Drama," yes-
terday at the Laboratory theatre,
declared that Rostand's "Cyrano de
Bergerac" was the perfect drama.
Hamilton spoke in connection
with the company that is present-
ing Rostand's "Cyrano de Berger-
ac" at the Wilson theatre in Detroit
next week. Hamilton said that
Rostand had created a play that
was all that every drama vainly
tried to be. He said that Cyrano de
Bergerac was the only dramatic
masterpiece that has been written
within the memory of living men.
Hamilton said that the play had
established its own value, since it
swept around the world within a
year. He attributed the universal
popularity of "Cyrano de Bergerac"
to the fact that it satisfied the de-
mands of the theatre-goer to enjoy

DuPont Felowship in Chemistry: Applications for the DuPont Fel-
lowship in Chemistry for the year 1932-33 will be received by Dr. M.
Gomberg up to May 1, 1932.
Sophomore, Junior and Senior Engineers: Mid-semester reports for
S Sradcs below C are now on file and open to inspection in the office of
the Assistant Dean, Room 259 West Ehgineering building.
A. H. Lovell, Assistant Dean.
Schol of Music Seniors: Announcements and programs are now on
sale. Friday is your last opportunity to order.
Engineer Seniors: Representatives of the Western Union Telegraph,
Company wil interview seniors who have had commercial telegraph code
experience, either Morse or radio, or who have worked as railroad Morse
telegraph operators. There may be a few openings in the training course
leading to work in the Traffic Department. Students must sign up for
interviews, on the schedule posted on the E.E. Department bulletin
board. A. D. Moore.
Renaissance-Monday 4:00, Wednesday 7:00
Strauss Waltz-Tuesday and Thursday, 4:00
Gavotte-Monday and Thursday, 4:00
Greek Warrior--Tuesday and Thursdays 4:30
Greek Priestess--Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30
Primitive-Tuesday and Thursday, 5:00
Modern-Monday and Wednesday, 4:30
Ballet-Monday and Wednesday, 5:00
All in Barbour gym. Please be prompt. Come ready for work with1
either dance or gym clothes. Heads of dance groups please come a little
earlier if possible.
Student Piano Recital: Stanley Fletcher, Senior in the School of
Music, will give the following piano recital, at 4:15 o'clock in Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre, to which the general public is invited:
Beethoven: Sonata Opus 109 (Vivace ma non troppo, Prestissimo,

Faculty Women's Club: Annual luncheon at one o'clock at the Mich-
rrEsnayigan League. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Walter B. Ford,
Architectural Building Exhibitions, open nine to five daily except phone 3868. There will be a short business meeting and election of
Sunday. 'Ioflcers
A collection of photographic enlargements of architectural sculpture I r
by Alfonso Iannelli, sculptor of Chicago. Ground floor corridor cases. I COMING EVENTS
Exhibition closes Friday evening. mUniversity Lectures: Friday, April 29, at 4:15 p.m., in Natural Science
A collection of student drawings from American architectural Auditorium, Professor R. H. Whitbeck, of the University of Wisconsin:
schools, showing the work in architectural design for the first and sec- "Life on the Argentine Pampas." (Illustrated).
ond years. Open through Wednesday, April 27, third floor gallery. Friday, April 29, at 4:15 p.m., Room 2003 Angell Hall, Professor W.
Designs submitted by candidates for registration as architects; prob- A. Oldfather, Head of the Classical Department, University of Illinois:
lem given by Michigan State Board. ClosesSaturday evening; Room 301. Levels of Culture."
EVENTS TODAY Alfonso Iannelli, a Chicago sculptor, will give an illustrated lecture
All Campus Open Forum: Henry M. Bates, Dean of the Michigan on architectural sculpture Friday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock in the Archi-
Law School, wil speak on "Liberalizing Influences in the Supreme Court," tectural auditorium, under the auspices of the College of Architecture.
in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:15 o'clock. The lecture is open to the public.
Mr. John E. O'Gara, of R. H. Macey and Company, New York, will Black Quill meeting scheduled for Thursday of this week has been
address the class in Retailing, in Room 109, Tappan Hall, at 10 o'clock, postponed until next Tuesday at 8 p.m., in the Cave.
on the subject of "Opportunities for a Department Store Career." The Cosmopolitan Club announces its Spring Dance at the Women's
meeting is open to those who are interested. Athletic building on Friday, April 21. Dancing from nine to one, refresh-
ments, and a short play. There will be a picture taken of the entire
A.I.Ch.E., Student Branch, and the A.S.S.T., Ann Arbor Group will group. All foreign students and their friends are welcome.
hold a joint meeting at 7:30 p.m., in Room 3201 East Engineering build-
ing. Mr. H. L. Maxwell of the DuPont Company will speak on "Metallur- All Seniors who have not placed their orders for caps and gowns
gical Problems Occurring in the Syntheses of Alcohols and Ammonia." should do so at once. either at the Moe Sport Shop or Van Boven Inc.
A.SM.E., Student Branch will sponsor another program of general School of Education-Seniors: Orders for announcements of the
in terest in Room 229 West Engineering building at 7:30 p.m. Theodore
W. Scholtz, '33E, will give an illustrated talk on "The Romance and graduation ofthe Senior Class of the School of Education will be re-
Development of the Niagara Falls Power Plant." Everyone invited. . cived thisiweeknnl S m roi atin Commiteeiat tabl
onscon for unction ofUniversity High Schol ndUniversityE-

At R.O.T.C. Hd's., Union, Slater's
FRIDAY the 29th at the UNION
802 Packard St.
Today, 11:30 to 1:30
Creamed Asparagus on Toast
with Bacon
Lamb Stew with Hot Biscuits
Roast Beef or Pork, Potatoes,
Cottage Cheese Salad with Cold Meats
Fruit Jello
Coffee, Milk
5:30 to 7:30
Liver and Bacon
Meat Loaf, Fried Onions
Sirloin a la Creole
Roast Veal,CDressing
Lamb Chops
Pork Chops
Mashed or au Gratin, Potatoes
Wilted'Lettuce, Succatash, Parsnips
Bread and Butter
Ice Cream, Rhubarb Pie
* Fruit Jello
Coffee, Tea, Milk


jmentary School, between 9 and 11 ar
Applied Mechanics Colloquium: Professor E. A. Stalker will give a cover purchase with you.
paper on "A Criticism of the Rotor Power Plant," at 7:30 p.m., in Room
445 West Engineering building. The review of literature will be made by
Professor R. A. Dodge. Craftsmen: The Craftsmen will
confer the M.M. Degree at Masonic
Temple, Ann Arbor, Friday, April
Observatory Journal Club meets at 4:15 p.m., in the Observatory1 22, at 7:30 p.m.
lecture room. Mr. Roy K. Marshall will report on his studies of Class B
Stellar Spectra. Tea will be served at 3:45. Faculty Alumni Dance: The last
dance of the series will be held on
Freshman Girls' Glee Club: There will be an important meeting to- Wednesday, April 27, at 9 p.m., in
night at 8:30 in the League. All members must be present. the Michigan Union ballroom.
Le Cercle Francais meeting at
7:30 in Room 408 R.L. Professor You are invited to call at Room 100 Chemistry Bld
Pargment will speak. Plans for theCy g
annual presentation will be made. before Friday to see an exhibit of new types of Spencer
-.- Microscopes and Projectors.
Michigan Technic staff and try-)
outs. meeting at 7:30 p.m., in the SPENCER LENS CO.
Technic office.

!y 0 - -- ' C y
ny day this week. Have money to

the hut
fingerle operated
today's feature:
baked virginia ham
masked sweet potatoes
fresh asparagus or fresh beets

"Students interested in Babson
Institwte, the school that gives an
intensive training in the funda-
niental laws of business, may meet
Mr. W. R. Mattson, Assistant to
the President, on Thursday, Fri-
day, and Saturday, April 28, 29,
and 30, by appointment at the
Statler Hotel, Detroit."

At (to) the
Friday, April 29th
From 9-2
Tickets at R.O.T.C Headquarters
The Union and Slater's

rolls and fitter

tea coffee or milk

almond toffee ice cream


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