THE MICHLAN ~D ALY WEDNEE
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the
of the University.
the President until
Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
ACADEMIC NOTICES for the regular Fireside HRour at 4
English 88 (E. A. Walter's section): The class will meet at 3 o'clock o'clock, Wesley Hall. There will be a
instead of 7:15 tonight. discussion of the Parley which was
_____ held last week at the Union.
English 212f (Mr. Grigg's section): I should like to meet in short-~
conferences this afternoon from 1 to 4 each of my students in this class. Faculty Alumni Dance: Last one
of the series at 9 p.m.. in Michigan
History 146 and History 138: Mid-semester make-up examination, Union ballroom.--
'Thursday, April 28, at three o'clock, Room 1035 A.H. Costume Committee of Fre h
UNITY WILL SOLVE
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Prominent Boston Attorney Asks
Union Between Employers,
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1932
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Pageant will meet tonight at 7:30,
in Ba~rhnur v
Phi Delta Epsilon ............10
Delta Alpha Epsilon ........'.. 7
Psychology 31: Mid-semester make-up examination Friday, April 29
NOTICES at 4 p.m., in Room 1121 N.S.x
HONORS CONVOCATION io
T m e ohef all sten Sociology: Miss Valentine's classes will not meet on April 27 and 28
Themembers of the f aculty, all students, and the general public and on May 4 and 5. The assignment: the reading and summary of the
are invited to attend the Ninth Annual Honors Convocation which takes Valentine-Midland Case No. 1 (Letts) which will be found in the lower
place in Hill Auditorium at eleven o'clock, on Friday, April 29. Classes, study hall of the Library.
with the exception of clinics, will be dismissed promptly at 10:45. Senior
students, in clinical classes, who are receiving honors at the Convoca- As a part of Shop 7, Jig and Fixture Design, the Department of
tion, may be excused in order to attend. Engineering Shop has scheduled a series of lectures to be given by a
Dr. Harry Woodburn Chase, President of the University of Illinois number of prominent Detroit engineers. The fifth of this series is to be
will give the Convocation address. given in Room 1042 of the East Engineering building, Friday April 29, at
.Seats izpon the stage will be pr'ddfrt 'cly h ilgie nRo 02o h atEgnern ulig rdy pi 9 t
Semat on the restnge ws bhe provided for the faculty, who will 4 p.m., by Mr. J. W. Nesbitt, Quality Director of the Chrysler Corporation.
assemble in the dressing rooms at the rear. Academic costume will be His subject will be "Human Engineering." Members of the faculty, as
worn but there will not be a procession. Alexander G. Ruthven. tMi r r +
g(AtarLV~ ym1.g rra c i:aii.
Finance Committee--Junior Lit- ".Unity is the solution of the eco-
erary Class: Meeting today at 4 nomic problem," stated Mr. AlfredI
o'clock, the League. Room number Lunt rominent Boston attorney
will be posted on League bulletin '
board. Blank, Brisdell, 0. Traynor, and national secretary of the Bahai
Samuel Ellis, G. Fisk, Jean Rosen- movement in America. "The watch-
thal, and H. Schmude are expected word of the century should be unity
to be present. If unable to be pres- and brotherhood, especially between
ent call Byron Vedder. I r anhP v "
Phi Rho Sigma ......
Alpha Chi Sigma ..,.
Sigma Phi Epsilon .. .
Zeta Bea Tau .......
Phi Epsilon Pi .......
Alpha Omega .......
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To the Members of the University Council: There will be an adjourned
meeting of the Council on Thursday, April 28, at 4:15 p.m., Room "B,"
Alumni Memorial Hall, for further discussion of the report of the Com-
mittee on Questionnaires, and to consider the report of the Standing
Committee on Student Relations. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
The Bureau has a call for a man to teach Economics and Sociology in
a middle-western college. The Doctor's degree is required and the salary
is $2,000 fob nine months. This college is also looking for a woman with
a Master's degree in Physical Education and, a minor in public speaking.
Anyone qualified and interested please call at office, 201 Mason Hall.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
The 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 and experience in employmett work.
Further information can be secured at the office, 201 Mason Hall.
Faculty-School of Education: The regular May meeting of the
Faculty of the School of Education will be held Monday, May 2, at 12
o'clock noon in the Michigan League. C. 0. Davis, Secretary.
Preliminaries for the Poetry Reading Contest will be held in Room
302 Mason Hall at 7 p.m., today and tomorrow. Persons interested are
invited to attend. Contestants are asked to be present at 7 o'clock to-'
night to determine the time and order of speaking, unless some other
arrangements have already been made with Mr. Hollister.
University Students, Social Directors, Chaperons, Iouseheads: Late
permission has not been granted for the Supper Dance to be given in
the Michigan League building on Saturday, April 30.
wen a ocai manuacurers and students who are interested in this
subject, are invited to attend.
University Lecture: At 4:15 p.m.,, Natural Science Auditorium, Dr.
Walter G. Everett, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Brown University:
"Our Economic Malady: An Ethical Interpretation."
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Mr. Charles R. Harte, Jr., will ad-
dress the Chemical Engineering Seminar on "The Absorption of Carbon
Dioxide in Aqueous Sodium Carbonate-Bicarbonate Solutions," at 4
o'clock in Room 3201 East Engineering building.
Romance Languages Journal Club meets at 4:10 p.m., in Room 408
Romance Languages building.
Chemistry Colloquium meets at 4:15 p.m., in Room 303. Mr. Ralston
will discuss, "The Electrolytic Oxidation of Iodine and of Iodic Acid."
Forestry Club: Meeting at 7:30 p.m., in Room 2039 N.S. Professor
H. H. Bartlett will speak on "Forests of Guatemala and British Hon-
duras." Some important business will be discussed. Refreshments.
American Society of Civil Engineers-Student Chapter: Important
business meeting at 7:30 p.m., in Room 1213, East Engineering building.
Sociedad Hispanica meeting at the Michigan League at 7:30 p.m.
Scabbard .and Blade meeting at the Union at 7:30 p.m. Bring all
money for the Military Ball Tickets.
Quarterdeck: Meeting at 7:30 p.m., in the Drawing Room, 345 West
Alpha Kappa Delta: Initiation banquet at 6:30 p.m., at the League.
Phone Mrs. Lois Heitman, 5368, if you have not made your reservation
and wish to attend.
Mathematical Tea in Room 3201 Angell Hall at 4 o'clock today.
Varsity Band: Rehearsal tonight at 7:15 in Morris Hall. The attend-
ance of all members is imperative.
University Girls' Glee Club: Regular meeting at 7:30 p.m., in the
All Campus Forum: Professor
Ralph Aigler, Chairman of Board
in Control of Athletics at the Uni-
versity of Michigan, will speak on
"The Changing Status of Inter-
collegiate Athletics," on Thursday,
April 28, 4:15, Natural Science aud.
Observatory 'Journal Club meets
Thursclay, April 28, 4:15 in Observ-
atory lecture room. Dr. D. B. Mc-
Laughlin will speak on the topic,
"A Physical Model of a Be Spec-
trum Variable." Tea will be served
Delta Sigma Rho meeting of all
active members on campus for the.
election of this year's members on
Thursday, April 28, at 4 p.m., in the
Alpha Nu Room, fourth floor of
Tau Beta Pi: Business meeting on
Thursday, April 28, in the Michigan
Union at 7:30 p.m., to consider the
Student Council: Regular meet-
ing will be held Thursday, at 8 p.m.
Phi Beta Kappa Initiation Ban-
quet: The annual initiation and
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 prin-
cipal speaker will be the President
of United Chapters, Professor Clark
S. Northrup 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.
Ue WUor erS an1 Ue emnpoyerS.
"The present day capitalist does
not co-operate with the worker.
Labor deserves a part of the earn-
ings of the business. In 1930," he
continued, "the worker's wages
were cut nine hundred billion
dollars more than they received
the previous year. The world of
industry today cannot succeed if
there is such separation."
Throughout his speech, Mr. Lunt
brought in many of the Bahai
The price per plate is $1.50. The
tickets will be on sale at the door.
Reservations should be in before
May 3. Orma F. Butler, Sec'y.
Woman's Research Club: Dinner,
at League Monday, May 2, at 6:15
p.m. Regular meeting follows. Make
reservations by Friday, April 29,
with Ada L. Olson, University Mu-
A Faculty-Student Discussion fol-
lowing up some of the questions
raised by the "Spring Parley" will
take place at the Michigan League
Cafeteria Sunday. Breakfast, 8:15
a.m., sharp. Discussion to be opened
at 8:45 a.m., by Professor Howard
McClusky and Professor Preston W.
Slosson. Professor John L. Brumm,
chairman. Winifred Root, secretary.
Open to all members of the (Uni-
versity. Adjourn at 10:15 a.m.
Youngstown Michigan Club: Im-
portant meeting Thursday, April 28,
Room 304, Union, at 7:15 p.m.
Michiganensian Staff will hold a
final meeting of the entire business
staff of the 'Ensian, Thursday, at 5
p.m. All sales books must be in at
that time. Note change in hour and
day of meeting. All tryouts expect-
ing complimentary copies must be
teachings. One of the most import-
ant was "in the field of taxation, a
man should not be subjected to tax
until his income exceeds his nec-es-
The lecture was held in the
Natural Science Auditorium and
was sponsored by the Michigan
802 Packard St.
Today, 11:30 to 1:30
Spaghetti and Meat Balls, Breaded
Veal Cutlet, Roast Pork, Shredded
Lettuce, Brown Potatoes, Hash with
Poached Eggs; Beets
Gingerbread with Whip Cream
Coffee and Milk
5:15 to 7:30
Grilled Lamb Chops with Sausage
Hamburg Steak with Tomato Sauce
Pork Chops and Jelly
Roast Beef with Horseradish Sauce
Roast Pork and Applesauce
Veal Cutlets a la Creole
New England Boiled Dinner
Mashed or French Fried Potatoes
Gingerbread with Applerings and
Custard, Ice Cream
Coffee, Tea or Milk
Social Directors, Chaperons, Househeads, Undergraduate Women:,
The closing hour for students attending the Military Ball, Friday night,
April 29, will be 2:30 o'clock.
Preliminary Examinations for Doctor's Degree in Education will be
held at 2 p.m., on May 12, 13, and 14. All individuals planning to take
these examinations kindly notify me at once, Room 4000 University High
School Building. Clifford Woody, Chairman of Committee on
Graduate Study in School of Education.
Senior Engineer's Caps and Gowns will be given out from the Gar-
den Room of the League this afternoon, between 1 and 6 o'clock.
Your receipt and deposit fee ($4.00) will be required at that time. If
you cannot come yourself, arrange with a friend so as to obtain your
gown on Wednesday since this is the only day on which gowns will be
Education Seniors: One more day in which to place orders for
the Commencement Announcements. Order between 1 and 3 o'clock
this afternoon at the table on the second floor at junction of U.H.S.
and U.El.S. Bring money to cover purchase. Absolutely the last oppor-
tunity to arrange for announcements.
D23 at once.
Good pay and a good
Michigan Daily, Box
Michigan Socialist Club will meet in closed session at 7:30 p.m., at
the Union to consider revision of the constituton. Members of the club
only are elgible to attend and vote.-
Semester dues will be collected at
the meeting.__What Hap
Have ,the man from Connel-
[an's Grass Nurseries take care
of your lawn for the summer.
TELEPHONE YPSI 7148-F3
All Crew Members, Supervisors,
Team Captains and Student sub-
scription salespeople who wish to
avail themselves of the opportunity
for free scholarship's made possible
through the courtesy of the National
Magazine Publisher's again this year
are requested to apply to the national
organizer M. Anthony Steele, Jr.,
Box 244, San Juan, Porto Rica, stat-
ing qualifications full.
Michigan Union Committeemen
and Tryouts: Important meeting atj
4 p.m., Room 319, Michigan Union.
All committeemen and the tryouts
please be present.
Wesley Players: Special meeting,
7:30 p.m. Election of officers.
DEATH TAKES A HOLIDAY?
Fri., Sat., April 2930 Play Production Theater
Box Office Open 1-5 P.M.-Phone 4121-789
Proceeds will be donated to University Loan Fund
Dr. Fisher meets with students
Sigma Delta Psi trials are being held on Monday, Tuesday, Wednes-
y, and Thursday 3-5, at the Intramural Sport building for both fra-
nity and all campus men. Any one who intends to try out for this
letic fraternity should beginI-- --
v. The tests will be given only,
a few weeks. DON'T FORGET THE
ew weeks. I 1. TTADRV PDA T U
an Recital by Palmer Chris-
at 4:15, in Hill Auditorium.
At Slater's, Union, R.O.T.C.
he li0d Birds -DO YOU KNOW
MATHEWS-Field Book of Wild Birds $3.50
CHAPMAN-Handbook of Birds, Eastern U. S. ._.............$5.00
SHOFFNER-ThetBird Book .......................$2.00
DAGLI SH-How to See Birds ........................... ........$1.50
CARR-Glimpses of Familiar Birds ....................$1.50
CHAPMAN-What Bird is That?.,....... . . ..$1.50
REED-Land Birds of Eastern 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
BARROW S-Birds of Michigan ......... ...................$1.25
NATURE BOOKS OF ALL KINDS AT
Not any more . . . the White Swan
process gives any garment that neat
they Will Be
an old-fashion church dinner
home made chicken noodle soup
stewed chicken with dumplings
southern corn pudding
tea coffee milk
fresh strawberry sundae
AT LEAGUE DESK
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f 0 -this nold-fashined c hickn dinner w.ill o I ir, n.,..v,, tho&L L.i. onrh .,....I.I