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DAILY. OFFICIAL BULLETIN,
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all Mkembers,
of the University. Copy received at the +pifice of the Assistant to
the President until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.
TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1932 No. 152,
To Members of thre University Conwil: There will be an adjourned
mneeting of the University Council onf Tuesday] May 3, at 4:15 p.m.,
Room "B," Alumni Memorial Ball, to consider the report of the Standint;
Committee on Student Re.zlations.x Louis A. ilopkihs., Sec'y.
University Lecture: Miss Marjorie Nicolson, Professor of English and
a.cademnic Dean of Smith College, will give a lecture on 1May 5, at 4:15
p.m., in Room 1025 Angell hall, 'on the subject, "Science and the" Poetic
-Apparatus Exchange: The Regents at their meeting in March, 1927,
authorized an arrangemnent Joi' the sale of scientific apparatus by one
department to anohr the proceeds of the sale to be credited to the
budget account of the department from, which the apparatus is, trarzns-
Departments having apparatus ;which is not in active use are ad-
vised to send descriptions thereof to the University Chemistry Store, of
which Professor R.. J. Carney is Director. The Chemistry Store head-
quarters are in Room 223 Chemistry building. An effort will be rnade to
sell the apparatus to other departments which are likely to bey able to
use it. In some instances the apparatus may be sent to the University
Chemisrry Store on consignment, and, if it is not sold 'within a reason-
able time, it will be returned to the department from which it was
received. The object, of this arrangement' is to promote economy by
reducing the amount of unused. apparatus. It is hoped that depart-
ments having such apparatus will realize the advantage to themselves
and to the University in availing themselves of this opportunity.
Shirley W. Smith.
(;enerail Information Bulletins: The new edition of the General In-
form~ation Bulletin will be~ ofTthe c press in about twQ weeks. Any offlces
having an excess supply\of' the old issue on hand are asked 'to turn-them
over to the Business, Offce to tide over the shortage until the new issue
is printed'. Excess bulletins on hand will he called for if those conceredc
will kindly notify the Busine~s Office.
Forestrs: A meeting of. all students who expect to attend Canmp
Filibert Roth this sumnmer will be held today at 5 p.m., in. Room 2039
N.S. bldg. Impo~rtant. Make a 'real effort to be present.
Robert Craig, Jr., Camp Director.
Fra'teruiLds and Sororities who are lplan11inf' theatr°e parties for
their parn.~ts to ..The importance of Being .Earnest," are requested to
mall 6300o r~come to the League Bob 0ffice for arrangements. The play
wl bepresented May X1,.5, 6 an'd 7, with pecial Homecoming week-end
performances on Friday and Saturday,
Sophomore Engineers: Orders are now being taken for tour class
bla~zer. Come to Room 311 "West Engineering .bldg., Tuesday, Thursday
or Friday afternoons from 2:30 to' 5:30. Also Tuesday night, May 3, in
Room 302 Michigan, Union, after the pep meeting.
2 Freshman Pageant Rehearsal Schedule:
/ eaance ............... ....Monday 4:00 and Wednesday 7:'0
Struss Waltz............ ... ...... ... Tuesday and Thursday 4:00
Greek Warrior and Greek Priestess........ .Tuesday and Thursday 4:30
G ..........................Monday and Thursday 4:00
Priitive.............. ....:.........Tusa aid Thursday 5:00
Modern.............. .........Monday and Wednesday 4:30
B3allet.................. .....:..Monday and. Wednesday 5:00
All in Barbour gym. Please-be prompt,. Heads of dlance groups
please come a little early, if possible.
All Foreign Students who were included in the picture on the night
of'the Rotary International Banquet, are requested to go to the Lane
Hall between 3 to G p.m., to give their names and addresses as these
~informnations are needed by~ the' rotarians. At the same time they can
see the copies of the pictures and can leave their orders, should, they
desire to give copies of the pictures.,
Exhibition of Antiquities "from the excavations at Seleucia-on-the-
Tirsin the main floor lob~by of the;'Architectural bulding. Open from
8 a. n., to 10 p.m~udaily until May 7, with the exception of Sundays.
University Symphony Orcht'stra.: Important rehearsal at 3 p.m.' Dr.
Moore will conduct the rehearsal.
Univrsity Poetry Society: Regular meeting in Room 3227 Angell
Hall at 7:45. Visitors welcome.
Transportation Club: Important meeting at 7:15 p.m.
Christian Science Organization meets in the Chapel of the Michigan
League at 8 p.m. All students and faculty are invited to attend.
Pan'-J-elleie a.elegates: Regular meeting .of Pan-1'lellenic today in
the Cave at, 4 parm.
Mfr. Ph1ilill C. Na;h, the Na tional Director of the League of Nations
Asocatonwxillislypcak at 8:15 p.ij-., ini Room 1025 AllI., on the subject
"Our Interest in the Peace MVaehmi'y - t ; Lei amelt and the Far Ea st."
The public is invited.
Central Committee of~ the E resinman P'a ;-ant: Important meeting at
3:15 i the League.
Illustrated Lecture: Allison Ray Heaps, will present Tolstoy's novel
"Resurrection" with colored slides taken from the motion picture, at
4:15 p.m., in Natural Science Auditorium. Th~e public is invited.
Michigan M)anes meet at 8 p.m., in the Grand Rapids Room of the
league. There will be secondl semester in~itiattion and electionl0 officers
for next year,
Chemistry Colloquium meeting Wednesday, May 4 at 4:15 p.m., in
Room 303. 'Mr. Brundage wil discuss, "A Revision of the, Atomic Weightk
Hof Silicon by the SiCl4:S8102 Ratio.
A.I.Ch.E.-Student BranWh Regular meeting on Thursday, May 5,
at " :30 p.m., in Room 3201 East Engineering bldg. Mr. L. A. Danse, chief
metallurgiAt of the Cadillac Mltotor Car comliany will address the group,
on "An Unique Connecting Rod." Movies and slides will illustrate the
Society of Industrial Engineers: 'There will lie a meeting at 7:30
p.m., Wednesday, May 4, at the Union ini Room 306. Mr. J. H. Marks,
1-urchasing Agent for- the Packard Motor Car company, will speak on
som)ne of the purchasing problems, and their solutions, that arise in the
.uiitunjotive industry. All interested are cordially invited.
We wish to announce this as the mostg i g a n t i c storewide
tobacco and pipe sale in the 40 year history of Calk ins-Fletcher
Just arrived -- especially importedBE N W A DE'PIPE S-
( Cmltomplete assortment of all styles of the 'World's most famu
pipe) at, ROCK O0FTOM PRICES!
(This is the 'only straight grain pipe ever offeredat this price.
We were able to obtain only a v~ry limited quantity. It is a rare
treat to see a pipe of the beauty and d e s ig n these pipes em-
0 0ade ipes$5m95
'Thursday, May 5. Roll,
regular drill comparlies
entire Corps and Band, South= Ferry Field, on
cell 5:07 p.m. T. is ceremony is substituted for
for this week.
(Continued oan Pale 2)
(In two super-finishes:
"WNalnut" and "Natural."
Sg en Wade P. K. Pipes
Lydia MENDELSSOHN Tljeatre'
1932 Dramnatic Season
5 Weeks-MAY 23 to JUNE 25--1-6 Playsa
Duzuhll, ayiswoodie U i~o
are also incluad i in'thi
in "There's Always Juliet"
*PI'ATRICIA COLLING E
in 2 Dance Recitals
ilFin - eA-ni-mal 'Kingdom"
Other Otstan ding Smoker's argin
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DUN, VIA, PIPES
KNYW()OD1 AND MHA x(7
*VIOLET KEMB LE-COOPER
in "The Vincgae. Tree"
in "Pter-c ilbbctson" I
I} 1111 :E;
13. Of "1 . R' IA .fl I
11 $5.00 JA G TER . . . .
(New, Modic Iitic iii design)
RON SON--CAST AND Y LIH'TI r:,,
;')MNI NAT ONO. (I DEAL GRADUA-
ALI. RUMI )DOUS
Seats-$1 and $1.50; .50 and 75 cents.
SEASON TICKETS--All 6 plays; for $6y $4 or $3.
HIALF SEASON 'TICKE'TS (for students only)-Any 3
plays for $3.50 or $2.50. NOW OAN SALE at Michigan
A Hornecorn ire Feature. . .
Play Production1 comes with just the play that will
iinpress your Mother and Dad and be, a complete
solution to the entertainment problem . .
/x ' (Wh[7 1ylat
I1(10 C I i's
(Blargain~s as low as 49c)
ALL ASH 'IRAYS
V PCK UP"
ALL GIGARE rTE
/ (Salle asl
tow as 19c)
m 20 1 University Hall.
Regular monthly n-jecting at 4 :15 p.m., inl
Sunior Research Club: '7:30 p.m., in Room 2082 N.S. "Chemical Re-
ictions in Liquid Steel," by Dr. John Chipman; and "Vascularization of
he~ Neural Tube in ;the Mammal," by Dr. L. H. Strong.
Memnbers of Tuesday and Thursday Groups of the Dean's Luncheon:
There will be a joint meeting of tke memberstdf these two groups4 at a
.ncheon at the Union.
Tau Seta Pi dinner meeting at 6:15 p.m., in the Michigan Union.
PiSigma 7:30 p.m., in Room 2116 N.S. Mr. E. R. Martell, of the
School of Forestry and Conservation, 'will speak oan "Some observations
n a spruce plantation." Election of officers for the school year 1932-33,
id election of new members.
TIGERS AND ZIP
IIOL-HI AND U. S. ROYALS
3 FO R.. . . . . . . . . . . . ..
MEDALIST GOLF BALLS ($4.50 D)OZ.)
(REGULAR 50c GOLF BALLS)
SPECIAL! 3 FOR .......... ..........
K~appa Phi meeting at 5:30.
One (.)Ithe 'Most khingl y funny4 shows
that was ever written.
Spanish Pla~ys.* La Sociedad Hispanica presents two one-act plays
he Laborattry Theatre at 8:15 p.mz. Tickets at Wathr's and at Ro-
ce Language office, also at box of~ee in the evening.
Adelphi: tnter-party discussion upon a ;subject to be announced
ng the open meeting at 7:30; in Room 4203 A.H. The recipient of
annual-~Honor Award will be voted upon in the closed session.
Athena: Dr. Muyskens, of the Department of Speech and General
;usties, will give the discussion,, which was postponed frorn the
ting of April 4, at 8:15 p.m., in th~e Athena Room.,
May 4, 5, 6, and 7
Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
Box Qflice 6300
All Seats 75 Cents
- ---- ------ ------
802 Packard St.
'oday, 11: 30 hto 1:30
Pork Chop, Mashed Potatoes
ni and Cheese, Meat Loaf
shi Stew with Biscuits
atop Salad and Franks
Ie Cream or Cake
53.20 to 7:30
.A T4 - ......
Let acs help you to celebrat~e this altogether lovely occasion-Nothing would
make Mother more happy than to receive in the mail
A BEAUTIFUL BOOK
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