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)FFICIAL BULLETIN

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

--_ a

L. XLII.

FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1932

No. 143

NOTICES
Medical School: The two public addresses will be given in the Lydia
ndelssohn Theatre, Michigan League building this afternoon be-
ining at 2:30 o'clock. Doctor W. H. Park, Director of the Bureau of
boratories of New York Board of Health, will give an address on "Fifty
ars' Progress in the Control of Communicable Diseases"; and Doctor
nald C. Balfour of the Maya Clinic will deliver an address on "Fifty
ars' Progress in Surgery."
The meeting is open to all medical students, to the medical profes-
n and to those interested. Executive Committee, Medical School.
Medical School: At 10 o'clock this morning the usual daily exer-
es for the Senior and Junior students will be suspended in order
at these classes may attend the clinics given at that hour by Doctor
F. Barker of Johns llofkins University and by Doctor Joseph L. Miller,
nical Professor of Medicine of University of Chicago.
All afternoon exercises in the Medical School will be suspended
2 p.m., in order that all medical classes may attend the addresses
be given at 2:30 p.m. Executive Committee, Medical School.
aw School: A special assembly will be held in the Lounge of the
wyers' Club today at 6 p.m., in honor of the Supreme Court of Michi-
n. All members of the University faculties are invited.
Varsity Band: The following schedule of events for the next few
eks is published as constructive notice to all members of the band:
Today-Band report at Ferry field, just south of fieldhopse, with
truments at 5 o'clock. Truck for heavy instruments will leave Morris
11 at 5 o'clock.
April 29, 7:30 p.m.-State championship debate, Hill auditorium.
May 4--Swingout.
May 5-R.O.T.C. review drill.
May 6--Cap Night.
May 7, 7 p.m.--Broadcast; 8:30 p.m.-Homecoming concert with
e clubs.
May 12-R.O.T.C. review, Ferry field.
May 20-R.O.T.C. review, Ferry field.
Also the following as yet unscheduled events: drills, some Big Ten
;eball games, Wednesday night campus 'open-air concerts, and Senior
~----
To the Members of the tJniversity Council: There will be a special
eting cf the University Council on Monday, April 25, in the Alumni
morial Hall, Room "B", at 4:15 p.m., to consider the reports of the
nmittee on Questionnaires and the Standing Committee on Student
.ation s. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Poetry Reading Contest: The first preliminary for the poetry inter-
tation contest to be given by the Interpretive Arts Society will be
d in Room 302 Mason Hall, Wednesday evening, April 27, at 7 o'clock.
:h contestant will be allowed twelve minutes in which to talk afout
I interpret from memory a group of lyrics or other shorter poems
his own choosing. Those wishing to enter this contest should confer
h Mr. Hollister not later than Monday, April 25.
ngineer Seniors: Representatives of the Western Union Telegraph
npany will interview seniors who have had commercial telegraph code
erience, either Morse or radio, or who have worked as railroad Morse
graph operators. There may be a few openings in the training course
ling to work in the Traffic Department. Students must sign up for
erviews, on the schedule posted on the E.E. Department bulletin
i'd. 'A. D. Moore.
School of Education-Sieniors: Orders for announcements of the
duation of the Senior Class of the School of Education will be re-
ved this week only. See member of Invitation Committee at table
second floor junction of University High School and University Ele-
itary School, between 9 and 11 any day this week. Have money to
er purchase with you.
All Women Majors in Physical Education nowdoing Graduate work
campus please register in Miss Campbell's office, Room 3, Waterman
nasium, any afternoon except Saturday from 1:30 to 5 o'clock.
Freshmen Women IAll girls who have signed up for dances in the
ahman Pageant must report this week.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Notice: Mr. Blowers of the Fuller Brush Company, will be in Room flfl
306, Michigan Union today, between the hours of 2 and -5 p.m., to inter-
view any young men students interested in summer employment. iiV K[RS INIITI
Senior Canes for all schools and colleges should be ordered this week Cuba
to insure delivery for Cane Day. Orders are being taken at WAGNER'S Barran
storeTTcountri
(Continued from Page 1) This
Cheerleading Tryouts for Freshmen at 4:30 p.m.,'Field House. and Mrs. Fred B. Wahr; Dean Alice terday
Lloyd, aid Dean Walter B. Rea. before
University Students: All men and women students interested in Prof. and Mrs. Fielding H. Yost; St. Ba
Colonel and Mrs. Alfred H. White; that cl
Bridge lessons are asked to sign up in the office of the Dean of Women Col ad s r 1
at once. There will be no charge. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Cappon, Dir based
Margret Bell; Dr. Ihelen E. Schutz; tatiOn
University Lectures: Professor Robert L. Moore, of the University of Dr. William Brace; Dr. and Mrs. States
Texas, will lecture on the following subjects, in Room 1035 Angell Hall, John V. Fopeano; Dr. and Mrs. Spanis
at 4:15 p.m., Saturday and Monday, April 23 and 25: Maurice R. McGarvey; Dr. and ranco
Saturday-"Foundations of Point Set Theory." Mrs. Nelson M. Smith, and Dr. and been sc
Monday- -"Continuous Curves." MiS. George A. May. 1,mainta
---_ Mr. and Mrs. Herbert G. Watkins; tries ir
ACADEMIA NOTICES Mr.nand Mrs. Nicholas Falconi; health
Major and Mrs. Philip C. Pach:; rate.
Geology 128: The students in Pleistocene Glaciation will meet Sat- Major and Mrs. Walter O. Sadler; He a
urday, April 23, at 8:30 a.m., at the east entrance to the Natural Science Prof. and Mrs. E. Blythe Stason; conditi
building. Each student is to bring a map of thecity of Ann Arbor. Dr. and Mrs. FredrichA..Coller; unrest
___________Major and Mrs. Herbert A. Ken- [or thi
yon, and Prof. and Mrs. Joseph R. ministi
Geology II: Bluebook today, and first field trip Saturday at 8 a.m. Hayden. elemen
Captain Kenneth L. Hallenbeck; PE
IHistory 48: Make-up examination today at 3 o'clock, Room 1021 A.H. Major and Mrs. Basil D. Edwards;I by Bat
-----eCaptain and Mrs. Carroll A. Powell; who hk
Graduate Students: Preliminary Ph.D Examinations in Economics: Captain and Mrs. Robert H. Lord; Cuban
Preliminary examinations will be held the week of May 23. If you are Cptain and Mrs. Arthur B. Custis, ditions
planning to write the examinations this spring, please notify Professor and Lieutenant and Mrs. Richard dent
C. Coursey. constri
I. L. Sharfman at once. AceuBrigode and his Virginians extend
.Thave been contracted with to play
LECTURE TODAY from 9 till 2 o'clock. Brigode drew
Alfonso Iannelli, a Chicago sculptor, will give an illustrated lecture a large crowd to the Slide Rule
on architectural sculpture this afternoon at 4:15 o'clock in the Archi- dance last year, and has added
tectural auditorium, under the auspices of the College of Architecture. sMltary Ball. Ticke have been o
The lecture is open to the public. open sale for the past several days
at the Union. In accordance with
EXHIBITION the campus practice this year, price
Architectural Building Exhibitions, open nine to five daily except has been reduced from five dollars
to four.
Sunday. __-
A collection of ph tographic enlargements of architectural sculpture
by Alfonso Iannelli, sulptor of Chicago. Ground floor corridor cases. Parish Hall. A discussion on "Luth-
Exhibition closes Friday evening. eran Unity" will be led by Gerald
A collection of student drawings from American architectural Rein, '34Med.
schools, showing the work in architectural design for the first and sec- Senior Ball Committee meeting
and years. Open through Wednesday, April 27, third floor gallery. Sunday afternoon at 4:30 in the A0
Designs submitted by candidates for registration as architects; prob- Union.
lem given by Michigan State Board. Closes Saturday evening; Room 301.
EVENTS TODAY
Phi Eta Sigma initiation and banquet at 6 p.m., Michigan Union.
If anyone cannot attend, please call Donald Adams at 4439 be'fore 1:30. 10 W er a
Negro Folk Plays: A laboratory production of three one-act plays A few of the best
by Miss Doris D. Price, graduate, will be given, with a Negro cast from HOTTES-Book of Climbing PI
Detroit, in thb1 University of Michigan Laboratory Theatre at 8:30 p.m. HOTTES-Book of Annuals ..
There will be a small admission charge, no reserved seats. Box office HOTTES-Book of Perennials
open daily, 12 to 3, and from 7 to 8:30 p.m. 1LDERS Mvent res in a S

COMING EVENTS
All Students, particularly seniors,
who may be interested in public
utilities as a profession, are invited
by the Student Council to attend
the first of a series of vocational
guidance talks to be given in N.S.
auditorium, April 27, at 8 o'clock.
The speaker will be Mr. J. T. Shae-
for of the Michigan Bell Telephone
company.
Spring Parley: The Spring Parley
on "Personal Philosophies" will be
held Saturday and Sunday, April
23 and 24, at the Michigan Union.
Sessions on Saturday at 2:30 an
at 7:30 p.m.
Lutheran Students: The Luther-
ail Student Club will meet Sunday
evening at 5:30 in Zion Lutheran

BRIGHT SPOT
802 Packard St.
Today, 11:30 to 1:30
Salmon Salad with, Potato Chips
Vegetable Plate with Hard Cooked
Egg
Veal Croquettes with Peas and
Creanied Potatoes
Sauerkraut with Roast Pork
Lim'a Whip
(2ot ee Milk
5:30 to 7:30
Fried Perch
Soup
Roast Pork, Dressing
Baked Ham with RaisinSauce
Fresh Asparagus Omelet
Vegetable Plate with Hard Cooked
Eggs or Pot 'Roast of Beef
Mashed or French Fried Potatoes
String Bean Salad, Creamed
Asparagus
Bread and Butter
Ice Creaq-, Cake
Butterscotch Pecan Pudding, Jello
Coffee, Tea, Milk
40c

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UNUSUAL ESCORTEI) TOUR TO
EUROPE.
8 countries; 59 days; $462; sailing
July 6th; SS. Berengaria. Economical
trips,3$147 and tip. For information
call 3582.

otice to Cast
es please call

of Junior Girls' Play: Will those girls who ordered
for them at the main desk in the League at once.

1

Friday's feature lunch~eon

TANKS OF FUN
AT TIIE
MILITARY BALL
FRIDAY, APRIL 20
AT THE MICHIGAN UNION

c

- yA
0s

at *
the hut

choice:

fried filet of sole, tartar sauce

50c

baked lake erie trout, drawn butter 60c

SPORT SHOES
A Special on Winged Tip Sport Shoes.
$3.55
Bostonian's Mansfield line of black and white
and tan and white wing tips, moccasins, plain
toed with black saddle.
$4.85
Imported white buck.
$5.85
SALE
Of Suits and Topcoats
The former, the University line of Stein.
Bloch. Regularly priced at $35 to $45.
Now $23.50 to $33.50
Topcoats
$22.50 and $25.50
Ties-Hand-made, 95c
rfr1drd riI'd~

baked idaho paoato
fresh spinach
rolls

julienne potatoes
fresh asparagus
tea, coffee, milk
ice cream or sherbet

and more sealoods for your choice today:
soft shell crabs
chicken lobsters
superior whitefish
new york count oysters
hamilton bay scallops
lake perch
alway fresh and tasty at the hut

fingerle operated

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