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'FRIDAY, APRIL 29. 1932


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Science Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
Pro fessoi W. A. «Oldfathe -, THead of the Classical Department, 'Uni-
versit, o( Illinois, will le;ure' on the suiect, "Levels of Culture," at
4:15 p.m., in Room 2003 Angell Hall.


Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members 11
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
he President until 3.30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday. hI
VOL. XLII ' * FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1932 No. 149




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 b a procession. Alexander G. Ruthven.
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home on Sunday, May 1,
and Sunday, May 8, from four to six o'clock. These conclude the teas
for faculty and townspeople for the present academic year.
Student Tickets o o Schoolmasters' Club Programs: Students may.
obtain free ticke s, admitting them" to any program of the Michigan
Schoolmasters' Club, by calling in person for such tickets at any of the
following places: Ann Arbor Senior High School, Michigan Union and
Michigan Lea.gue, today. Registrar's Office, Room 4, University Hall,
any time today. Students are cordially invited to avail themselves of
this opportunity "and will be welcome at any conference meeting of
the Club.
Faculty Mee'ting, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: The
regular May meeting will be held in Room 2225 A.H., Monday afternoon,
May 2, beginning at 4:10 o'clock. John, R. Effinger, Dean.
A.S.M.E. Student Members: Please sign list on bulletin board in hall
above the arch if you plan to attend the joint meeting of the Society
at Detroit, Wednesday, May 4. An inspection tripm through the Ford
Plant is scheduled for the afternoon and a banquet at the Detroit Yacht
Club in the evening-all free to student members.
Hillel Foundation: The weekly open house will be held this after-
noon at 4 o'clock.'
Drawing 1d for students in thl College of Dentistry will be offered
in the 1932 Summer Session by the Department of Mechanism and
Engineering Drawing.
Mathematics 182: The members of this class are excused to attend
the lecture on Art and Mathematics by Miss Marie Gugle at 9 a.m.,
today in the auditorium of the Ann'Arbor High School. Attendance at
the afternoon session on Mathematics, C3, Ann Arbor High School is
also desirable. /
Chemistry 6, Lecture section 2 (P. F. Weatherill): A make-up for
the second hour examinationr will be given Monday, May 2, at 4 p.m.,
in Room 464 Chemistry building.
Psychology 31: Mid-semester make-u examination today at 4 p.m.,
in Room 1 12Y'N.S.

Exhibition cf Antiquities from the excavaions at Seleucia-on-the-
Tigris in the main floor lobby of the Architectural-building. Open from
8 a.m., to 10 p.m., daily until May 7, with the exception of Sundays.
Exhibition: The one hundred and thirty-five photographs of French
stattesmena artirs, and men of lettei-s, recen y presornted to the 'Univer-
sity by Edouardl Champion, are oin display in Room 103, -,omance(
Iangjiag s ildin fcr I'e nfster; i nd (}011ers interlt' sId.1c , O L
Frida' il "L"' f " o l wee . , .,

Collection in Romtance Language Schoolmasters and others intere
Budlding Is Gift of Noted ed.-
Frenh Pbliser.The collection offers a cross-sec-
French Publisher.-tion of the salient personalities in
present day France. The 135
The series of art photographs re- photographs include portraits of
cently presented to the University Prime Ministers Clemenceau and}
of Michigan by M. Edouard Cham-t Poincare; Marshals Foch and
pion, the Parisian publisher, and Lyautey; Ambassadors Jusserand
and Claudel; the poets Paul Valery
MM. Mamiel, art photographers, is and Comtesse de Noailles; 0h'
on displat dutrring the School- dramatist Francois de Curel; the
mlalsters' collven Lion in room 103, novelist Georges Duhamel; the
omncLa gaeb i. critics Paul Hazard and Gustave
Rmm Languages building. - Lanson; and mnany other figurus of
This is the first time that the en-theaoradfman o lits C
the world of art and politics. ?
tine collection has been available r
for public inspection. Only incom- FAVOR HOOVER, ROOSEVELT
plete exhibits from the collection
have been shown previously at the (Special to the Daily)
IHANO'VER, N. H., April 28.-Dart-
Library. The present exhibit is ar~ mouth students favored Hoover and
ganged by M. Louis Ghapard for the Roosevelt in a straw presidential
poll. The two issues selected as be-
ing of prime importance in the
History of Sororities campaign were prohibition /and
___ Prosperity. War debt cancellation
(Continued from Page5) and tariff tied for third.

102 Packard St.
'Foday, 11:0 to 1:30
Salmon Salad
Fresh Fruit Salad
Potato Chips
Roast Pork
Roast Veal
Wax Bean Salad
Mashed Potatoes
CA."r ~ ~ ~ alld Lime W hip
Coffee, Milk
5: 1 to 7:10
Baked Stuffed Lake Trout
Baby Pike, Cucumber Sauce
Vegetable Plate with Pot Roast of
Beef and Hard Cooked Egg
Potato Salad with Cold Meats,
Roa:t Veal, Jelly
Breaded Pork Chops
Mashed or French Fried Potatoes
Head Lettuce Salad, Thousand
Island, Dressing
Pickled Beets, Spinach
Fresh Strawberry Shortcake
Coffee, Tea, Milk



Physics, Chemistry, Astronomy Students: Four reels of moving pic-
tures, some with sound, will be shown at the Majestic Th7eatre beginning
at 9 a.m. - 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 Mich-
igan Schoolmasters' Club. Admission to,students is by ticket. See hotice
elsewhere in this column concerning the distribution of free tickets.
to students.
History Department Luncheon: Membes of the History group of
the Schoolmasters' Club are invited to attend the monthly luncheon of
the Histor Department, at 12:15, at the Michigan Union. Reservations
may be made at the History Office, Room 1004 Angell Hall, before 10
o'clock, price 75 cents.
Chinese Students Club: Social meeting at Wesley Hall,, at 8 p.m.
All members are cordially invited.

Hindustan Club: Social meeting at Lane I Hall, at 7:30 p.m.
Hindu students are cordially invited.


Newcomers Section of the Faculty Wo en's Club will have a tea
at the home of Mrs. W. Besekirsky's, 1015 Devonshire, 3 to 5 o'clock.
Death Takes A Holiday, will be given by The Hillel Players Friday
and Saturday nights at 8:15 o'clock in Laboratory theatre, for the bene-
fit oi the 'University Loan fund. Reserved tickets may be secured by
calling 4121-789, at box office.'
Varsity Band: All members be at Morris Hall at 7:30 p.m. .Be 4in
full uniform and have marching folios.


Phi Kappa Phi: Spring initiation and banquet will be held at 6:30
p.m., on Monday, May 2, in the second floor terrace and reception room
of the Michigan Union. Members' desiring to attend should notify the
secretary, R. S. Swinton,' at Room 308 Engie ring Annex or Campus
phion (A9 for reservations.
Ecenornics Club: Mr. L. C. Wilcoxen, Assistant City Engineer of
Detroit, will speak to the Club on Monday, May 2, on "Money-Metal
Stocks and the Price Level," at 7:30 p.m., in Room 302 of the Union.
Woman's Research Club: Dinner at League, Monday, May 2, at 6:15
p.m. Regular meeting follows. 'Mrs. Donahue will speak /on "Some
Physiplogical Affects of Noise."
Mr. Philip C. Nash, National Director of the League of Nations Asso-
ciation, will speak on Tuesday, May 3, at 8:15 p.m., in Room 1Q25 A.H.,
on the subject "Our Interest in the Peace Machinery-Disarmament
and the Far East." The public is invited.
Illustrated Lecture: Allison Ray Heaps 'will present Tolstoy's novel
"Resurrection" with colored slides taken from the motion picture, Tues-
day, May 3, at 4:15 p.mn.in Natural Science Auditorium. The public
is invited .
Melhigan 1amies Spring Party will kbe held in Sarah Caswell Angell
Hall at 8 p.m., Saturday, April 30. 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.
All Former Resident of Betsy Barbour house are invited to the
Alumnae tea, Saturday, four to five o'clock.

its members formed the local chap-
ter of Collegiate Sorosis.
The Theta kite, of black and gold,
surmounted by two diamond stars,
a chevron bearing the greek letters
and the date of founding under-
neath, is the official badge, while
the pledge pin is a black and gold
enameled shield. The colors are
black and the flower is the pansy.
Conventions were held almost
from the date of founding. The
magazine, the Kappa Alpha Theta,
was started in 1885, and an inter-
esting book, "Sixty Years in Kappa
Alpha Theta" has recently been
published. At present, there are
fifty-nine chapters, and the frater-
nity is an international one.
In altruistic work, each chapter
has established scholarship plaques,
and an Efficiency cup is given to a
deserving chapter each year. The
national project is a Loan and Fel-
lowship fund, which is available for
undergraduate loanis There is a
Bettie Locke Hamilton Social ser-
vice fellowship. War work was done
by individual chapters as well as
the national organization, and
many Thetas were active in service
abroad. Individual chapters main-
tain several community enterprises.
Prominent alumnae of theeor-
ganization include Mrs.. Herbert
Hoover, Jr., Helen Jacobs, second
ranking tennis player in the United
States, Genevieve .Forbes-Herrick.
fiction writer and reporter, Florence
Mason, actress, Beatrice Olson, dean
of women at the University of
North Dakota, Dr. Iva Lowther,
dean of women at Syracuse univer-
sity, Dorothy Dean Tate. novelist,
Ma.uine Atkins, dramatist, Mary
Yost, dean of women at Stanford
university, Elizabeth Burrows, writ-
er, and Louise Goodbody, dean of
women at the University of In-
TICKETS for the League supper
dance will be available for purchase
by men today and tomorrpw. They
are on sale at the main desk of
the League, and are priced at two

46, ections 2, 3; a'nd 5 will not meet today.
ons desiring tickets to the science movies may
Burleson, West Physics building, before 9 a.m.

Students in
obtain them

from 9:00 till 1:00
- 8 -
Will personally direct his
You Can depend on it that the music
at the League is the best.
SDue to the fact that Russ Morgan and his orchestra are
dv Saay igh t Gs o C
dances. However, the Friday night dances will be held as
usual with Russ personally dir~ecting his orchestra.
The Michigan League

ociology 132 (Problemns of Poverty): The class will. make a trip to
Ypsilanti State Hospital 'for' Mentally Diseased today, leaving here
c iately after the lecture. All students, except those having other
es during the afternoon,1are expected to go.
,ecture by Chrysler Executive:
is a part of Shop 7%, Jig and Fixture Design, the Department of
1eering Shop has scheduled a series of lectures to be given by a
>er of prominent Detroit engineers. Mr. J. W. Nesbitt, Qu'ality
tor of the Chrysler Corporation, will lecture on the subject "Human
neering," today, at 4 p.m., in Room 1042 East Engineering building.
bers of the faculty, as well as local manufacturers and students,
are interested in this subject, are invited to attend.
Yiivesit I~et~rs:Prfessor R. H1. Whitbeck, of the geography
rtent of the University of Wisconsin, will lecture on*hthe subject,
on the Argentine Pampa" (Illustrated), at 4:15 p.m., in Natural

Notice: All those participating in I
the horse show please meet in the
League at 9:30 a.m., Saturday. Im-
portant practice, be prompt.
The largest cargo of refined sugar
unloaded at Mobile, Ala., this year
comprised 50,000 hundredweight
bags. The duty was $106,000.




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SPONSLER-Trees-A Simple Glide for Indentifcation. .1.50
SPONSLER-A Bud and Twig Key...35
ROGERS--Tree Guide . .... ........; ... 12
BAILEY-Cultivated Evergreens ... 3.00
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