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)AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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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.
SUNDAY, MAY 1, 1932 No. 151

VOL. VLII,

NOTICES
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home on Sunday, May 1, an d
Sunday, May 8, from four to six o'clock. These conclude the es adra
faculty and townspeople for the present academic year.
On account of Swing Out, the student tea regularly scheduled on
May 4 will be omitted
Mr. and Mrs. Ruthven will receive students on Wednesday, May 11,
from four to six o'clock. This is the last of the series for th' presi.
academic year.
To Members of the University Council: There will be an adjourned
mecting of the University Council on Tuesday, May 3, at 4:15 p.m.,
Rcom "B," Alumni Memorial Hall, to consider the report of the Standilg
Committee on Student Relations. Louis A. Hopkins, Sec'y.
Faculty Meetin, College of Literature, Science, and the. Arts: The
r- i lar May meet g will he held in Room 2225 A.1., Monday afternoon
May 2, b:ginning at 4:10 o'clock. John t. Effinger, De. n

Earl V. Moore will conduct the "Creation" and the "Legend of
Kitesh." Frederick Stock will conduct for the artist performances and
symphony. Eric DeLamarter will conduct the orchestra Friday after-
noon. Gustav Holst will conduct in addition to "A Choral Fantasia" two
other of his own works, Ballet of the Opera "The Perfect Fool" and
"Fugue a la Gigue." Juva Higbee, will conduct the Young People's chorus.
The Chicago Symphony Orchestra will perform in all six concerts.
Afternoon concerts begin at 2:30 sharp and evening concerts at
8:15 sharp, eastern standard time. Doors close during numbers.
Foresters: A meeting of all students who expect to attend Camp
Filibert Roth this summer will be held Tuesday, May 3, at 5 p.m., in
Iloom 2039 N.,. buildng. Important. Make a real effort to be present.
IRobert Craig, Jr., Camp Director.
.'rattilitics aiid Sororities who are planning theatre parties for
their parents to "The Importance of Being Earnest," are requested to
call 6300 or come to the League Box Office for arrangements. The play
will be presented May 4, 5, 6 and 7, with special 1-lomecoming week-end
performances on Friday and Saturday.
Sophomore Engineers: Orders and measurements for your class
blazers will be taken at the following times: .Monday, Tuesday, Thurs-
day, Friday afternoons from 2:30-5:30 in Room 311 West Engineering
building. Also in Room 302 in the Michigan Union Tuesday night after
the pep meeting. The price is t7.25--a deposit of $1.00 is required.
(.en.eral Information t nlltAins: The new edition of the General In-
formatiol B tlletin will be off the press in about two weeks. Any offices
having an excess supply of the old issue on hand are asked to turn them
over to the Business Office to tide over the shortage until the new issue
is printed. Excess bulletins on hand will be called for if those concerned

Ann Arbor Community Orchestra presents a concert this evening at
7:30 at the Congregational Church. The entire service is in charge of
the orchestra, under the direction of Frederick Ernst, '33SM. The spirit
of the program will be in keeping with the season.
Harris Hall: Regular student supper at 6 p.m., followed by an ad-
dress by Mr. Coleman Jennings, of Washington, D.C.
Presbyterian Young People's Society: Student Classes are co-operat-
ing with the Spring Parley and meeting at 8:15 in the Michigan League.
Social Hour at 5:30 and Student Forum at ;:30: Discussion leader,
Dr. L owell Carr. Subjetc1, Reflections on the Spring Parley.
etllehem Evangelical Church: A program of talks and musical
numbers presented by colored students will be featured at the regular
student supper, at 5:30 p.m. Students and faculty are cordially invited.
Wesley Hall: Installation of the new officers at 6 p.m. Special music.
Student Volunteer Group: "What I learned from ten years in the
Orient," will be the subject of Professor W. C. Rufus at the meeting
of the members and friends of the Student Volunteers Group at 4 p.m.,
in the Committee Room of Lane Hall.
I Reformed Students: Rev. "Tanis, of Chicago, will speak at the league
at 9:30 alm.
Hillel Foundation: Due to the conflict with the international broad-
cast there will be no services today. Students are invited to attend a
group reception of the program at the Foundation, starting at 11:30
a.m., sharp.
Liberal Students' Union: Prof. H. H. Bartlett, director of the Botan-
ical Gardens, will give an illustrated lecture on "A Michigan Botanist in
South America," at 7:30 p.m. Unitarian Church. Discussion and
social hour.
To Members of the Student Council: Important mee.ing of the Stu-
dent Council at 5 p.m., today in the Council office.

Faculty-School of Education: The r
Fac ult( if the School of Education will be

egular May meeting of the
eheld Mondv May 2 at 12

raek~yV ak uiu 11 ~."tl ilIG1GiIl~y , I , t /
o'clock noon in the Michigan League. C. O. Davis, Secretary. will kmdly notify the Business Office.
Petitions for Positions as Officers of the Oratorical Association dur- ACADEMIC NOTICE
ing the school year 1932-33 should be made out and placed in the office Chemistry 6, Lecture Section 2 (P. F. Weatherill): A make-up for
of the Department of Speech and General Linguistics before noon of the second hour examination will be given Monday, May 2, at 4 p.m.,
May 12. The officers, president, vice-president, and secretary, are selected in Room 464 Chemistry building.
on the basis of merit judged by activity and ability in forensic activities.
Announcement of selections will be made on May 13. EVENTS TODAY
-uc noetsib a oM 1University Symphony Orchestra: Rehearsa] at 2:30 o'clock, School
May Festival Tickets: Tickets for individual May Festival concerts of Music Auditorium.
may be procured "over the counter" at the office of the School of Music, _ -
b ginning Monday morning at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50 each. Soidad Latino Amnericana: Important meeting at 2:30 p.m., in
Season tickets (six concerts) may be procured at $6.00, $7.00 and Room 304 of the Michigan Union.
$8.00 each.

'the several artists and principle works will be heard as follows:
Wednesday evening, May 18, Gitta Gradova, pianist, Ruth Rodgers,
Soprano, Frederick Jagel, Tenor, Chase Baromeo, Bass, in Bi-Centennial
Anniversary presentation of Haydn's "Creation."
Thursday evening May 19,- Goeta Ljungberg, Metropolitan Opera
prima donna in American Festival debut. American premiere of "Choral
Fantasia" conducted by the composer, Gustav Holst.
Friday. afternoon, May 20, Mina Hager, contralto, Young People's
Chorus in Prot'heroe's "Spider and the Fly," and selections from the
Gilbert and Sullivan operas.
Friday .night, May 20, BeniaMino Gigli, Metropolitan Opera Com-
pany, tenor, in traditional Friday night artist concert, performing in
several of his favorite arias.
Saturday afternoon, May 21, John Charles Thomas, operatic bari-
tone in favorite arias and presentation of Rachmaninoff's "Symphony
Number 2."
Saturday night, May 21, American premiere performance, Rimsky-
Korsakofl's opera "The Legend of the Invisible City of Kitesh," an opera
especially translated into English for this performance. Soloists, Juliette
Lippe, soprano; Mina Hager, contralto; Frederick Jagel, tenor; Nelson
Eddy, baritone; Chase Baromeo, bass.

Russian Students and Faculty Members with their families who have
made reservations for Russian Easter dinner, to be held at Lane Hall
today, are requested to be there at 6 p.m., in order to take the picture.
Faculty-Student discussion following the Spring Parley at the
League Cafeteria at 8:15 a.m.; close at 10:15. Those not wishing to eat
may come at 8:45, room to be designated on bulletin board. Professor
Brumm will preside. Opening talk by Professor McClusky. Discussion
by students and Professor Slosson.
St. Andrew's Church: Holy Communion 8 a.m., Church School 9:30
a.m., Kindergarten 11 a.m., Holy Communion and sermon by the Rever-
end Henry Lewis, 11 a.m., Young People's fellowship 6:15 p.m.
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CCMING EVENTS
Spanish Plays: La Sociedad His-
panica will present two one-act
plays Tuesday, May 3, in the Lab-
oratory (Mimes) Theatre, 8:15 p.m.:
Rosina es Fragil, by G. Martinez
Sierra, and Sin Palabras, by the
Quintero Brothers. Tickets are on
sale at Wahr's Book Store and at
the office of the Department of
Romance Languages.
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