THE MICH1QAN DAILY
ion in the Bulletin is construct ye notice to all members
Jniversity. Copy received at thc office of the Assistant to
ident until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 1932
Official Publications Mailing Regulations: Attention of all concerned
called to the increase in postage rates to all foreign countries, includ-
Canada and Mexico, effective at once. The new rate is one and
a-half cents for each two ounces or fraction thereof. Revised printedI
ulations covering the mailing of second class mail (University Official
blications) may be obtained at the Business Office.
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, University organist, will give the
lowing program Wednesday, April 27, at 4:15 o'clock in Hill Auditor-
: to which the general public with the exception of small children
invited: Rameau: Air Majestueux; Rameau: Musette en Rordeau;
:h: Air in D; Bach: Fugue in E flat (St. Annes Fugue); Reger: Ave
ria; Franck: Choral in B minor; Dubois: Fiat Lux; Karg-Elert: Land-
pe in Mist (From "Seven Pastels from the Lake of Constance");
.eg-Christian: Nocturne; Widor: Finale (Symphony VI).
'Preliminary Examinations for Doctor's Degree in Education will be!
.d at 2 p.m., on May 12, 13, and 14. All individuals planning to take
se examinations kindly notify me at once, Room 4000 University High
tool Building. Clifford Woody, Chairman of Committee on
Graduate Study in School of Education.
All Women Majors in Physical Education now doing Graduate work
campus please register in Miss Campbell's office, Room 3, Watermin
:nasium, any afternoon except Saturday from 1:30 to 5 o'clock.
'o Seniors: Those senior students who have been invited to be Honor
sts at the Honors Convocation should place their orders for caps and
vis at once, at either the Moe Sport Shop or Van Boven, Inc.
Committee on Honors Convocation.
Senior Engineer's Caps and Gowns will be given out from the Gar-
Room of the League on Wednesday, April 27, between 1 and 6 p.m.
jr receipt and deposit fee ($4.00) will be required at that time. If
cannot come yourself, arrange with a friend so as to obtain your
'n on Wednesday since this is the only day on which gowns will be
FRESHMAN PAGEANT REHEARSAL SCHEDULE
.aissance-Monday 4:00, Wednesday 7:00
suss Waltz-Tuesday and Thursday, 4:00
Qotte-Monday and Thursday, 4:00
ek Warrior-,-Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30
ek Priestess-Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30
nitive-Tuesday and Thursday, 5:00
lern-Monday and Wednesday, 4:30
et-Monday and Wednesday, 5:00
All in Barbour gym. Please be prompt. Come ready for work with
er dance or gym clothes. Heads of dance groups please come a little
ier if possible.
Favors: A limited number of favors from the J-Hop and Frosh Frolic
available and may be obtained from the local representative of the
T. Balfour Company, Mr. Robert Butterworth, whose office is located
ve Calkins Fletcher store on the corner of East and, South University
nues. W. B. Rea, Auditor of Student Organizations. ,
Seniors: The sale of commencement programs and announcements,
be continued in all departments of the University during the dates
April 26, 27, and 28. There will be no further extension of this ar-
gement and April 28 will afford the last opportunity for seniors to
hase their commencement programs.
W. B. Rea, Auditor of Student Organizations.
University Symphony Orchestra: Special rehearsal at 2:30 o'clock,
School of Music Auditorium.
Beta Kappa Rho: All members are reminded of the tea this after-
noon in the Michigan League building from four to six o'clock.
Senior Ball Committee meeting this afternoon at 4:30 in the Union.
Hindustan Club: Regular meeting in Lane Hall at 2:30 o'clock sharp.
Wesley Hall: 12 m. Dr. Blakeman will have charge of the usual
class at this hour. At 6 o'clock there will be a discussion of the Parley
which was held this week end at the Union. The usual social hour will
Methodist Episcopal Church: 10:30 a.m. Dean O'Ferrall of Detroit
is speaking from the pulpit on "The Reality of the Unseen." At 7:30
p.m., Bishop Johnson from Africa, one of the Wesleyan Guild Lecturers,
is speaking on "Africans in the Making."
Harris Hall: At 7 p.m., Professor Preston W. losson of the History
department, will lead a discussion on points of interest developed at
the Student Faculty Parley. Supper will be served at 6:15 p,.m.
St. Andrew's Church: Holy Communion 8 a.m., Church School at
9:30 a.m., Kindergarten at 11 a.m., Morning Prayer and sermon by the
Rev. Duncan E. Mann at 11 a.m., Evensong at 5:30 p.m., Young People's
Fellowship at 6:15 p.m.
Presbyterian Young People's Society: All student classes are being
suspended on account of the Spring Parley being held at the Union.
Social Hour, 5:30 and Student Forum at 6:30. The subject this eve-
ning is, "Some reflections on an Asiatic Tour." The speaker is Dr. E. M.
Dodd, Medical Advisor for the Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions,
Dr. Dodd has'been a medical missionary in Persia and has just recently
returned from a trip around the world.
Baptist Guild: Professor Leroy Waterman will speak on "New Evi-
dence of the Educational Advantages of Jesus," at 6:30, at Guild House,
503 East Huron Street.
University Lectures: Monday, April 25, Room 1035 Angell Hall. Pro-
fessor Robert L. Moore, of the University of Texas: "Continuous Gurves."
Tuesday, April 26, 4:15 p.m., Natural Science Auditorium. Professor
Joseph Erlanger, of Washington University, St. Louis, Mo.; "Action Po-
tentials of the Living NerVe."
Wednesday, April 27, 4:15 p.m., Natural Science Auditorium. Dr.
Walter G. Everett, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Brown University:
Our Economic Malady: An Ethical Interpretation."
Friday, April 29, 4:15 p.m., in Natural Science Auditorium, Professor
R. H. Whitbeck, of the University of Wisconsin: "Life on the Argentine'
Friday, April 29, at 4:15 p Ym., Room 2003 Angell Hall, Professor W:.
A. Oldfather, Head of the Classical Department, University of Illinois.
"Levels of Culture."
Phi Beta Kappa Initiation Banquet: The Annual Initiation Banquet
of the Alpha Chapter in Michigan of Phi Beta Kappa will be held at
the Michigan Union on Thursday, May 5, at 6:30 (E.S.T.).
In honor of the celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the
founding of the Chapter, the principal speaker will be the President'
cf United Chapters, Professor Clark S. Northup of Cornell University.
An attempt has been made to reach all members by post card
notices. All members of Phi Beta Kappa are cordially invited to be
present. Husbands and wives of members may attend if they wish.
The price per plate is $1.50. Tickets will be on sale at the door. I
Lutheran Students: Club meets at 5:30 p.m., St. Paul's
Church. A three-act play entitled "I Will, I Won't," will be
by the Senior Walther League Society, Royal Oak, Michigan.
ented by the Cercle Francais wllU
take place Thursday, April 28., at
8:15 promptly at the Laboratory
Theatre (formerly Mimes). A three-
act Modern French comedy, "Mon
Ami Teddy' by Andre Rivoire and
Lucien Besnard, will be given. The
tickets are 35 cents for Associate
members on presentation of their
Associate Membership card, and 75
cents for others. All seats are re-
served. The sale of tickets will start
Monday, April 25, at 1 o'clock at
Wahr's Book Store, State Street,
and will continue until 5 o'clocl
the day of the performance, Thurs-
day, April 28. The remaining tickets
will be for sale at the theatre at
7 o'clock the evening of the play.
Botanical Journal Club will mnet
Tuesday, April 26, at 7:30 p.m., in
Room 1139 N.S. Papers by Dr. Weh-
mneyer, Miss Goddard, Mr. Smith,
Mr. Tidd, and Mr. Fischer. All in-
terested are cordially invited.
Men's Physical Education Club:
Short meeting Tuesday, Aprj 26,
at 7:45 p.m., at the Union.
Physics Colloquium: Professor R.
S. Rockwood will talk on the "Ultra-
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Lutheran Students: The Lutheran Student Club will meet at 5:30
Zion Lutheran Parish Hall. A discussion on "Lutheran Unity," will
led by Gerald Rein, '34Med.
Congregational Student Fellowship at 5:30 p.m,, fellowship supper
at 6 p.m. At 6:30 the second program in the series arranged and pres-
ented by colored students. David Cannon has arranged a special musical
program. Professor Ellis C. Russell will give an address on "Negro Edu-
cation as a Pathway to Racial Understanding."
Hillel Foundation: Services topic thrs morning, "The Universal Sig-
nificance of Passover." At 4 p.m., Musicale at the Foundation led by Mr.
Harry Siegel. Open Forum at 8 p.m., Miss Josephine Stern will speak
on "Spinoza." -
Triangles: Regular meeting for supper tonight at the Union at 6 p.m.
Reservations should be in before
May 3. Orma F. Butler, Sec'y.
The nnual French Play pres-
802 Packard St.
Today, 12 to s
Special Fifty Cent Dinners
Roast Duck with Apple Dressing
Roast Chicken with Dressing
Fried Chicken, Corn Fritters
Fruit Salad or Peas
Ice Cream or Cake
Special Forty Cent Dinners
Leg of Lamb
Peas or Fruity Salad
Ice Cream, Cake
-tea dance every after-
except friay and sat-l
- don omis' bnds
fingrle's good food,
-no cover charge or. minimum
charge at any time .,.
Every Afternoon 3:00-5:00 P. M.
(Sunday 1:00--3:00 P. M.)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
8:15-10:15 P. M.
Without Minimum or Coverage Charge at
Ann Arbor's Largest and Coolest
A 1 Carte Service 7:30 A. M. Until Closing
Friday, Saturday, Sunday Evening
Dancing as Usual.
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ce Club: Because of a conflict with Qhoral Union rehears-
et only on Mondays from now on. Please be at the Union
:15 p.m. Pictures of__
be paid for tomorrow -
Parley: The Spring Parley
onal Philosophies," will be
the Michigan Union today
The Wild Birds -iDO YOU KNOW
MATHEWS-Field Book of Wild Birds................... $3.50
CHAPMAN-Handbook of Birds, Eastern U.S $5.00
SHOFFNER-The Bird Book .................. $2.00
DAGLISH-How to See Birds ....... .......... $1.50
CARR-Glimpses of Familiar Birds ..................................$1.50
CHAPMAN-What Bird is That? ...................................$1.50
REED--Land Birds of EFstern U. S., $1.25 Leatherette....................$1.50
REED-Land Birds of Western U. S., $1.25 Leatherette.......................$1.50
REED-Water and Game Birds East of Rockies, $1.25 Leatherette.............$1.50
ASHBROOK-American Birds............... $1.00
BARROWS-Birds of Michigan .....$1.25
WILL BE FURNISHED BY
-Two Class Parties at Illinois
-One Class Party at Wisconsin.
-The University of Iowa Cotillion,
-The Northwestern Seni* r Ball.
-Radio Stations WBBM and WCFL.
RAT !-TAT !--TAT!
Will Be Held
BAI.LROOM OF THE UNION
W. Price, of Indianapolis,
in Ann Arbor Monday, April
intcrview freshmen and sop-
:s for smmer work.
1 at 302 Michigan Union
10 A. M. to a P.'IYl.
OF ALL KINDS AT
FAVORS!-Minature Black and Gold Sabers.
FORMAL!-Tuxedos or Military Uniforms.
SPECIAL!-All Union Facilities (Pendelton Library, Etc.)
TIQKETS!-Only four dollars at the R.O.T.C. Headquarters,
The Union, and Slater's,
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to Prof. Brumm. The
But there are other years
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