THE MICHIGAN, DAILY
TH,.HGN AL H
AILY OFFICIAL ,BULLETIN;
blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
President until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
Social Directors, Chatperons, Ifositseheafis, Undergraduate Women:
The closing lhouir for t uirent2 alending the Military Ball, Friday night,
A pril 2v i l l he 2:30 oii h t
To the Me~r3104-, 61 0 1 ,~1 vive: ty ( otin itl :Thmeewil kill d in ~4 3111iie d
leeting of the Cuncil Lthis a:1r1iuon at 4:15 o'clock, Room ",
AlMuni MeRnori Iiall. for further di , ussi of the report of the Coni
mittee on Questionnaires,m and to cieider the report of the Standing
Conmittee on Student Relations. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
llistory 1; and h6istory 138: Mid-semester male-up examination,
woday, at three o'clock, in ltooi 1035 All.
TIURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1932
The members of the faculty, all students, and the general public
are' invited to attend the Ninth Annual Honors Convocation which takes
place in Hill Auditorium at eleven o'clock, on Friday, April 29. Classes,
with the exception of clinics, will be dismissed promptly at 10:45. Senior
students, in clinical classes, who are receiving honors at the Convoca-
tion, may be excused in order to attend.
Dr. Harry Woodburn Chase, President of the University of Illinois
will give the Convocation address.
Seats upon the stage will be provided for the faculty, who will
assemble in the dressing rooms at the rear. Academic costume will be
worn but there will not be a procession. Alexander G. Ruthven.
Dcbate and Informal Reception: At the Ballroom of the Michigan
League beginning at 7:45 tonight the Michigan Schoolmasters' Club will
stage a debate on the following question: Resolved, Tlzat under present
conditions the best interests of most secondary school pupils would be
erved by increasing materially the number of units required in some
of the newer fields, such as economics, sociology, citizenship, business,
industry, speech, the fine arts, and health; and by decreasing materially
the number of units required in some of the older and traditional sub-
jects such as mathematics, foreign language, and ancient history.
The debaters are six prominent school men of the state who have
decided opinions and the ability to express these opinions forcibly. Each
mnember of the audience will be given an opportunity to vote on the
questioi. The general public is invited.l
Student Tickets to Schoolmasters' Club Programs: Students may
obtain free tickets, admitting them to any program of the Michigan
Schoolmasters' Club, by calling in person for such tickets at any of the
following places: Room C, Law building, Thursday afternoon, Ann Arbor
Senior High School, Michigan Union and Michigan League, Friday. Re-
gistrar's Office, Room 4, University Hall, any time Thursday or Friday.
Students are cordially invited to avail themselves of this opportunity
and will be welcome at any conference meeting of the Club.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
The Bureau has a call for a man to teach Economics and Sociology in
a iiddle-western college. The Doctor's degree is required and the salary
is $2,000 for 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 13ureau has the following calls:E
U. S. Civil Service
Assistant Social Economist (Psychiatric) $2,000 a year.
Assistant Social Economist (Recreational) $2,600 a year. (1 year
gracuate 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 employment work.
Further information can be secured at the office, 201 Mason Hall.
University Students, Social Directors, Chaperons, Househeads: Latel
permi-sion has not been granted for the Supper Dance to be given in
the Michigan League building on Saturday, April 30.
Sigma Delta Psi trials are being held on Monday, Tuesday, Wednes-.
day, and Thursday 3-5, at the Intramural Sport building for both fra-
ternity and all campus men. Any one who intends to try out for this
Psychology 31: Midl-serfester make-tip examination Friday, April 291
at 4 p.m., in Room 1121 N.S.I
Sociology: Miss Valentine's classes will not meet today and on May
4 and 5. The assignment: the reading and sunmary of the Valentine-
Midland Case No. 1 (Letts) which will be found in the lower study hall
of the Library.
Lecture by Chrysler Executive:
As a part of Shop 7, Jig and .Fixture Design, the Department of
Engineering Shop has scheduled a series of lectures to be given by a
number of prominent Detroit engineers. The fifth of this series is to be
given in Room 1042 of the East Engineering building, Friday, April 29, at
4 p m., by Mr. J. W. Nesbitt, Quality Director of the Chrysler Corporation.
His subject will be "Human Engineering." Members of the faculty, as.
well as local manufacturers and students who are interested in this
subject, are invited to attend.
Shop 10, Materials of Aircraft Construction: Arrangements have
been made to visit the Stinson Airplane Plant this morning. We will
meet on the front steps of East Engineering building to leave promptly
at 8 o'clock.
Exhibition: The one hundred and thirty-five photographs of French
statesmen, artists, and men of letters, recently presented to the Univer-
sity by Edouard Champion, are on display in Room 103, Romance
Languages building. for the Schoolmasters and others interested, on
Friday and Saturday of this week.
All Campus Forum: Professor Ralph Aigler, Chairman of the Board.
in Control of Athletics at the University of Michigan, will speak on "The
Changing Status of Intercollegiate Athletics," 4:15, Natural Science aud.
Observatory Journal Club meets at 4:15 in Observatory lecture room.
Dr. D. B. McLaughlin will speak on the topic, "A Physical Model of a
Be Spectrum Variable." Tea will be served at 3:45.
.The Annual French Play, presented by the Cercle Francais, will take
place at 8:15 promptly at the Laboratory Theatre (formerly Mimes). A
three-act modern French comedy, "Mon Ami Teddy" by Andre Rivoir
and Lucien Besnard, will be given. 't'ickets at Wahr's Book Store, State
Street, until 5 o'clock and at the theatre from 7:30.
Uhiversity Symphony Orchestra: Very important full rehearsal at
3 p.m., for Schoolmasters' Concert.
Frcshman Girls' Glee Club: There will be an important meeting to-
night at 8:30 in the League. All members should be present.
Delta Sigma Rho meeting of all active members on camp s for the
election of this year's members at 4 p.m., in the Alpha Nu Room, fourth
floor of Angell Hall.
Tau Beta 'i: Short business neeting at 7:30 p.m., Room 319 of the
Union, for consideration of the Council questionnaire. A full attendance
, Shdfleni t Conctil: Regular meeting at 8 p m.
[ji n - - attend theer a
11Wlti I p JGarp. the - on Br tl2( . J1ii ;Iing I0 fr ickt~
Phi i)eli it-app a: A n ital Springg fnitiation at 4 O'clock, ili Michigan
Union. Thu banquet following has been scheduled at 5:30 in order to
adjourn for the Schoolmasters' Club Debate at 7:45. Price $1.00. No
Phi E'psilon Kappa nets in the Union at 7:30. Room number posted
oF) bulletin board.
Sociedad iLatino Anericana: Meeting at 8:15 p.m., in Room 325, of
the Michigan Union.
Theosophical Society meets at 8 p.m., in the Chapel of the League.
Dr. Beasant's presentation of the Buddhic and Nirvanic planes will be
discussed. Visitors welcome.
Michiganensian Staff will hold a final meeting of the entire business
staff of the 'Ensian, at 5 p.m. All sales books must be in at that time.
All tryouts expecting complimentary copies must be present.
Youngstown Michigan Club: Important meeting in Room 304, at
the Union, at 7:15 p.m.
University Lectures: Friday, April 29, 4:15 p.m, in Natural Science
Auditorium, Professor R. H. Whitbeck, of the University of Wisconsin:
"Life on the Argentine Pampas." (Illustrated.)
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."
Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy Students: Four reels of moving pic-
tures, some with sound, will be shown at the Majestic Theatre Friday
morning beginning at 9 o'clock. These pictures are on Transformation
of Elements, Atomic Arrangement in Crystals, and Motions of Celestial
Objects, and are brought here by the Physics-Chemistry-Astronomy.
section of the Michigan Schoolmasters' Club. Admission to students is
by ticket. See notice elsewhere in this column concerning the distribu-
tion of free tickets to students.
11istory Department Luncheon: Members of the History group of
the Schoolmasters' Club are invited to attend the monthly luncheon of
the History Department, at 12:15,
Friday, at the Michigan Union.
Reservations may be made at the SUMMER EMPLOYMENTr
History Office, Room 1004 Angell For students. Good pay and a good
Hall, before 10 o'clock on Friday, time. Write Michigan Daily, Box
price 75 cents. 1723 at once.
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Engineering Mechanics: Mr. C.
M. (-oodri h, chief engi-4er of the
ular reference to sway, on lrid:y,
April 29, at 8 pm., in Room 415
Michigan Dames Spring Party
will be held in Sarah Caswell Angoll
Hall at 8 p.m., Saturday, April 310.
The Dramatic Group will present
two plays which will be followed by
dancing and bridge. All eligible
women and their husbands are
invited to attend.
Death Takes A 'Holiday, will b:
given by The Hillel Players Friday
Sand Saturday nights at 8:15 o'clock
in Laboratory theatre, for the bene-
fit of the University Loan fund.
Reserved tickets may be secured by
calling X4121-789, at box office.
All Former Residents of Betsy
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802 Packard St.
Today, 11:30 to 1:30
Baked Beans with Baked Ham
Potato Salad with Franks and
Roast Beef, Cold Slaw
Hashed Brown Potatoes
Custard. or Layer Cake
5:30 to 7:30
Liver and Bacon
Meat Loaf, Fried Onions
Ham and Cabbage
Roast Leg of Lanb
Stuffed Pork Chop
Mashed or Au Gratin Potatoes
Asparagus, Wax Beans or Peas
Chocolate and Lemon Pie
Ice Cream, Cake
Coffee, Tea, Milk
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NEW SMART FASHIONABLE
REFLECTS THIS ERA OF ELEGANCE AND
GRACE FOR SUMMER
letic fraternity should begin
v. The tests will be given only
a few weeks.
'rawing Id for students in the
lege of Dentistry will be offered
he 1932 Summer Session by the
artment of Mechanism and
All shades $20.00
All Alterations tt Cost
1319 South University
MOST BEAUTIFUL ARE
'TIILSE SHOES THIS
YEAR! WHO CAN RE.
SIST THEIR CHARM AT
SO LOW A PRICE.
--- - --l - - amommowsw
HIGH AND LOW
are invited to take
luncheon and dinner at
9:00 till 1:00
the fine finge rle operated
"You can rely on the League Music"
restaurants . .
A STYLE SHOW OF PARIS FASHIONS
This season, due to present market conditions, we are offering smarter and better shoes
than ever before at this price. Better in leather, better in workmanship and better in
assortment. If you are devoted to fine footwear there is no need to pay more than these
prices for shoes . . . for they are unmat ched in value and style.
the tavern, caFeterian
NO SATURDAY DANCES
are assured of
cooked tasty meal at a
Dus to the fact that Russ Morgan and his Orches-
tra are engaged at the Grosse PointenCountry Club
every Saturday night the League has discontinued
its Saturday night dances. However, Russ
Morgan Will personally direct his orchestra at the
regular Friday night dances.
YOUR SPRING COAT
is here in the superb "Printzess" styling and tailoring at unbelievably low prices-About
two-thirds last year's figures.
. . .
THE Es. ILLS COMPANY
118 Main St.
and His ORCHESTRA
PLAYING SATURDAY NIGHT