AlLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Seniors: The sale of commencemient programs and announcement:
will be continued Jn all dpartrnent-- of the university during the state.
of April 26, 27, and 8C. There will be o fui Iher extension of il s av
rangenient arnd April 28 will sfor~ i ti os cpportuniity: for zseni~
purchase theircomnein c .rm
VV I' V Ai Ii ~t)V I :tuc~*l I i'UA1) Z~iIiiI11
Michigan Soeiil: Club: Mr. Alfred Lunt, promninent Boston lawyer
anlid ph ilo -ophei , MN -a ins 1fe-v+_tary of The Eaha'i National Spiritual
jK~pj;? iiL~ddcq- a apil toy-tunon the subject, Eaha"I o1«ltioii
I>,n~L:.~nmio~il~cm . i pn-.at the Natural -Science A iitCltoi na
uod lto. Lit~~ t: v tit 1it i Siiti ub. Open to the publie-
blication in the Bui~lletin Is eon~titve notice to all vr
the University. Co3py receitved at the cotfiee of twe u5
P residenlt until :3::30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
stant toAll Studenuts, especially Seniors, are inlvite'd to attend a short tally
on "Public Utilities and the Opportunity for College Graduates," to be'
No. 146 given by Mr. J. TI. Shaefor, personnel mnag~er of the Michigan Belli
-- Telephone cornpany. April 27. at. 8 puni., N.Itiira Science auiditoritum.
111-i, (Ja 4~lt ir t < Lijv,:: 1. 8 o'clock in the C.Iye.
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TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1932
NOTICE TO Si;,. ItC!. -Gei~fifA~fIA STUDENTS!
iDiplolnat Fe"s Payable Now!
Early settleent is necessary for the preparation of diplomas. In nio
ase will the University confer a flogree at Commencement upon any
tudent who fails to pay this fee before 4 o'clock, p.m., May 25. In case
ie faculty does not recommend any payor, the fee will be refunded on
urrender of receipt for payment. The above applies also to fees for all
Candidates for degree or° certificates should AT ONCE fill out card,
t office of the Secretary of THEIR COLLEGE or ;SCHOOL, pay the
asliivr* of the University and have card receipted, and file indicate
ection of this receipted card with the Secretary of THEIR COLLEGE
r' SCHOOL,. (Stuidents enrolled in. the Literary College, College of
,rchitecture and School of Music please note that blank forms should
e obatained and receipted cards filed in the Rtecorder's Office, Room 4,
Please do not delay till the last moment, but attend to this matter
t. once. We must letter, sign, and seal approximately 2,500 diplomas
nd certificates, and we shall 'be greatly helped in this work by early
aynient of the fee-and the result-ing longer period for preparation.
Shirley W. Smith, Vice-President and Secretary of the
i University of Michigan.
Tlie Cashier's Office is closed on Saturday afternoons.
Official Publications Mailing Regulations: Attention of all concerned
called to the increase in postage rates to all foreign countries, includ-
g Canada and Mexico, effective at once. The new rate is one and
ne--half cents for each two ounces or fraction thereof. Revised printed
gulations covering; the mailing of second class mail (University Official
tblications ) may be obtained' at the Business Office.
Yniversity Bureau ocf Appointments and Occupational Information:.
hie Bureau has the following calls.
U. S. Civil Service
Assistant Social Economist (Psychiatric) $2,600 a year.
Assistant Social _Economist (Recreational) $2,600 a year. (1 year
graduate training and experience in psychiatric social case
work or experience in recreation work for children.)
Director of Employment, Indian Service, $4,600 a year. (Graduate,
work an dexperience in employment, work.
Further inforwation can be secured at the office, 201 Mason Hall.
M1emibers of Michigan Union: 'Life membership cards, buttons, and
,er insignia will bec distributed ofnTuesday and .Wednesday,, April 26
ad 27, at the side desk in the lobby of the Union upon presentation of
ii, year's membership card. Money refunds will be made June 1st.
Education Seniors:- One more day in which to place orders for
ommencement Announcements. Order between 1 and 3 o'clock on
ednesday afternoon at table on the second floor at junction of U.H.S.
nd U.M1.S. Bring money to cover, purchase. Absolutely the last oppor-
nity to arrange for announcements.
Senior Engineer's Caps and Gowns will be given out from the Gar-
mn Room of the Leagie on Wednesday, April 27, between 1 and 6 p.m.
our receipt and deposit fee ($4.00) will be required at that time. If
u cannot come yourself, arrange with a friend so as to obtain your
wn on Wedfnesday since this is theonly day on which gowns will be
Freshmnen Collecting Class Dues: Will all who are collecting class
dues in the Lit. school please send cli; money collected and receipts both
those useld urdtnused to class Treasurr no later than Friday, April 29.
Scabbard and Blade: Tickets for initiation banquet may be }secured
at the R.O.Tl.C. Headquarters.
LECW ItKE TODAY
University Lecture: At 4:15 p.m., Natural Science Auditorium, Pro-
fessor Joseph Erlanger, of Washington University, St. Louis, Mo.; "Action
Potentials of, the Living Nerve."
Physics Colloquium : Professor R. S. Rockwood will talk' on the
"Ultra-violet Transmission of the Atmosphere," at 4:15 p.m., Room 1041,
East Physics building. All interest are cordially invited.
Men's Physical Education Club: Short meeting at 7:45 p.m., Union.
Adelphi: Prof. Brown, of the Political Science department, will speak
on "Politics and Politicians," before the open meeting, at 7:30 in Room
4203 A.H. All who are interested are invited.
Second Semester initiations will be held during the closed meeting;
all those elected to the society during the current semester must be
Alpha Nu~ meets at 7:30 p.m., in the Alpha Nu Room, fourth floor
Angell Hall. Closed meeting and all members urged to attend.
Athena: The Zeta Phi Eta-Athena Debate will be held at 8 p.m., in
the Zeta Phi Eta Room on the fourth floor of Angell Hall. The question
to be debated is, Resolved : that social fraternities and sororities at the
University of Michigan should be abolished. All members of both socie-
ties and their friends are cordially invited.
Theta Sigm-a Phi: Meeting tonight at 7:15 at the League. All mem-
bers requested to be present. Important discussion of National business
and nominations for Spring elections. Matrix articles assigned are due.
Deutschier Zirkel: Meeting at 8:30 p.m., in the Michigan League.
Anyone interested in trying-out for a part in a short German play is
urged to attend.
Christian Science Organization meets in the Chapel of the Michigan
League at 8 p.m. Al students and faculty are invited to attend.
Bookshelf and Stage Section of the Faculty Woman's Club will hold
their ,last meeting for this year at the home of Mrs. W. W. Sleator, 2503
Geddes Ave., at 2:45 p.m.
Central Committee of Freshman Pageant: Important meeting at
3:15 o'clock, in the League.
M~ilitary Ball 'i~wimittee Ieetillg at 5 pitn.
(juivers ity Lectures: SineAdtru.D
Wed nv-sda ty, April 27, 4:15NtraJceceAdtrim$r
Walter G.- EVeretct, Pifcssor Emeritus of Philosophy, Brown University:I
"~Our Economic Malady: An Ethical Interpretation."
Friday, April 29, 4:15 p.m., in Natural Science Auditorium, Professor
Ri. I1. Whitbeck, of the University of Wisconsin: "Life on the Argentine
Friday, April 29, at 4:15 p.m., Room 2003 Angell Hall, Professor W
A. Oldfather, Head of the Classical Department, University of Illinois:
"Levels of Culture."
The Annual French Play presented by the Cercle Francais will take
place Thursday, April 28, at 8:15 promptly, at the Laboratory Theatre
(formerly Mimes). A three-act Modern FrTench comedy, "Mon Ami
"Teddy" by Andre Rivoire and Lucien Besnard, will be given. The ticketsI
are 35 cents for Associate members on presentation of their Associate
Membership card, and '75 cents for others. All seats are. reserved. The
sale of tickets will start Monday, April 25, at 1 o'clock at Water's Book
Store, State Street, and will continue until 5 o'clock the day of the
performance, Thursday, April 28. The remaining tickets will be for -sale
at the theatre at 7 o'clock the evening of the play.
American Society of Civil Engineers-Student Chapter: Important
business meeting, Wednesday, April 27, at 7:30 p.m., Room 1213, East
Sociedadi Ilispanica meeting at the Michigan League on Wednesday,
April 27, at 7:30 p.mn.
27, 7:30 pi. at the Union to con-
eide'r rvision oCf thle co6n-stitutioni.
MVJembers of the cluib only alr lii
ble to =tirnidiand ~lvote. Semi eter
dues wIll be cul( tu-,t thie eet-
Youngstown Michigan Club: lIm-
portan t meeting 'Thursday, April
28, in Room 304, 7:15 p.m., at the
Robin Hlood Cast Members: Tre
will be a formal dance to be given
by the two glee clubs in honor of
the Robin Hood Cast on Saturday,
at the Women's Athletic -building,
starting at 8:30 p.m. Any people
who were not in the cast and are
not present members of the glee.
clubs, will not be admitted unless
by special invitation of the com-
Finance Committee, Junior Lit-
erary Class: Meeting of committee
will be held later in the week.
Watch for Daily Bulletin announce-
Newcomers Section of the Faculty
Women's Club will have a tea at
the home of Mrs.' W. Besekirsky's,
2015 Devonshire, Friday,, April 29,
three to five o'clock.
A Kansas City motorist whose
car leaped from a viaduct escaped
unharmed when it landed on a;
heap of old cushion springs in a
j unk yard.
Forestry Club : Meeting Wednes-;
day, April 27, at 7:30 p.m., in Room
20395 N.S. Professor H. H. Bartlett
will speak on "Forests of Guate-
mala and British Honduras." Some
important business will be discuss-
Romance Languages Journal Club
will meet on Wednesday, April 27,
at 4:10 p.m., in Room 408 Romance
Senior Society: Meeting Wed-
nesday, at 7:30 p.m., at Betsy Bar-
hour. It is important that all mem-
bers be present.
Chinese Students Club: Social
meeiting at Wesley Hall, State, and
Huron Streets, Friday, at 8 p.m. All
members cordially invited.
?Michigan Socialist Club will meet
in closed session Wednesday, April
The Portrait Supreme
ART M'ODERNE was suggested
by Miss Helen E. Barr '35 in last
month's contest. Miss Barr gets
$10.00 for this original name.
Congratulations! It was a close
Fontest. Many excellent namves
were submitted for this modern
Remember mowther this year wv iha
Amateurm Photographers : Atten-
tion is called to the first mneeting
of all amateur photographers in
Room 302 of the Union, at 7:45.
Prof. Jean Paul Slusser will speak
on the subject "Pictorial CompostI
tion in Photography." All invited.
IBASEBA!LLS AND BATS TENNIS AND GOLF BALLS
STUDENT SUPPLY STORE-
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Studio: 332 South State Street Dial 5031'
iors: Literary, Arc hitecture°
Music. All blanks listing the
es for second semnester must
the Registrvar's off loo, Room 4
b)y Apr1 i.I
P of the Dean's
rh:ere will be al'
after the lunch-
r a dinner dance
There will also
chicken fried steak
corned beef and cabbe
baked idaho potato
new butter beens
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Today, 11:30 to 1:30
Meat Leaf, Mushroom Satice
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;ipped Beef on Toast with
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