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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

FRIDAY, IVY

qAY 6, 1932

TI-IF MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY. I'v ~AY 6,1932

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o'clock as previously stated). For the average students the time that is Craftsmen: The bus for the Bay City trip will leave the Masonic
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
the President until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

OL. XLIL

FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1932

No. 155

NOTICES
Henry Russel Lecture: Professor Jesse S. Reeves, Henry Russel lec-
turer for 1931-1932, will deliver an address on the subject, "The Codifica-
tion of International Law," Friday, May 6, at 4:15 p.m., Natural Science
Auditorium. On this occasion the Henry Russel Award for 1931-1932
will be announced. The lecture isiopen to the public.
President and Mrs. Ruthven will be at home on Sunday, May 8,
from three to six o'clock, to faculty, townspeople, and parents of stu-
dents. 'This will conclude the teas for the present academic year.
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 the present
academic year.
Freshmen and Sophomores, Spring Games: In accordance with cus-
tom and with the consent of their respective Deans, Freshmen and
Sophomores in the Colleges of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Engi-
neering, Architecture, and Pharmacy are excused from classes fron
3 p.m., Friday, May 6, until 12 o'clock noon, Saturday, May 7, to allow
them to participate in the spring games. Alexander G. Ruthven.
University Lecture: N. Daniel Mornet, Professor of French Litera-
ture at the Sorbonne and now visiting lecturer at the University of
Chicago, will lecture on Monday, May 9, at 4:15, Room 103 Romance
Languages building on the subject: "Le Theatre Francais Centempor-
ain." The public is cordially invited. The lecture will be given in French.
Automobile Regulation: Students whose parents will be in Ann
Arbor on this or subsequent weekends may arrange for temporary
family driving permits by calling at the Office of the Dean of Students,
Room 2, University Hall, and obtaining cards which may be sent home
for the approval of parents, and a record of the make, type, and license
number of the car to be used. This arrangement will afford students
driving privileges for the convenience or pleasure of their parents while
they are here for homecoming parties, the May Festival, or other fune-
tions, but will not constitute a departure from the present interpretation.
and enforcement of the Regulation. W. B. Rea,
Assi-tant to -he Dean.
University Loan Committee will meet on Tuesday, May 10, at 1:30
pm., in Room 2, University Hall. Students who have filed applications
with the Office of the Dean of Students should call at that office for an
appointment with the Committee. J. A. Borsley, Chairman.
All Sttdents Registered with the Bureau of Appointments and Occu-
pational Information must comply with a few simple regulations if they
are to be given any consideration by the Bureau. The students must
take the responsibility of getting recommendations (as stated in the
printed instructions to them), both from members of the faculty and
from former employers.
Those who have been employed will find that recommendations
from employers have a great deal of weight, and the Bureau cannot do
much for the individuals unless they have these recommendations. A
photograph is absolutely essential.
Those students who do not attend to the above will be given no
consideration. T. Luther Purdom, Director
Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information.
Comprehensive Professional Examination in Education (A Correc-
tion): Under the regulations of the School of Education all candidates
for the Teacher's Certificate (except those receiving a Graduate degree
this June) are required to pass a Comprehensive Professional Examina-
tion in Education before they are eligible for recommendation for the
Certificate.
The next examination of this kind will be held on Saturday, May 21,
in the Auditorium of the University High School. Owing to the length
of thin examination it will be necessary to begin it at 8 o'clock (not 9

pLUlt, lmk ian accorc ngy. U. U. Davis.
Qualifying Examination for Directed Teaching: All students expect-'
ing to elect Education D100 (Directed Observation and Teaching) or
D150 (Correlated Course in Education) the first semester of next year
are required to pass a qualifying examination in the subject matter in
which the directed teaching is to be done. This examination will be
held in the Auditorium of the University High School from 9 to 12 on
Saturday, May 21, 1932. Those who write the examination in English
are required to come from 9 to 12 in the morning and from 1 to 3 in
the afternoon. C. O. Davis, Secretary
School of Education.
Graduation Recital: Virginia Hamister, will give the following grad-
uation recitai, Tuesday afternoon, May 10, at 4:15 o'clock in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre, to which the general, public with the exception,
of small children is invited:
E ach-Liszt: Prelude and Fugue in A Minor; Chopin: Sonata in B
flat Minor (Grave-Doppio Movimento; Scherzo; Marche Funebre;
Presto) Brahms: Intermezzo in E fiat Minor; Brahms: Rhapsody in G
Minor; Resphigi: Nocturne; Liszt: Tarantelle.
The College of Architecture announces its Open House, in connec-
tion with the Architect's Ball, on Friday afternoon, May 13, one o'clock.
Tea will be served from three-thirty to five-thirty o'clock in the Library
of the Architecture building. All students and faculty members on the
campus and other friends of the College of Architecture are cordially
invited to attend.
Poetry Reading Contest: The Semi-finals for this contest will be
held on Monday, May 9, beginning at 7:15 in Room 302 Mason Hall. The
final contest will be held in the Laboratory Theatre on Tuesday, May 17,1
at 8 p.m. The public is invited to these contests.
Geography Summer Camp: All students plannig to attend the Geo-
graphy Camp this summer will please see Prof. P. E. Sames, in Room 13
Angell Hall, at their earliest convenience in order to secure final per-
mission to enroll.
Freshmen: Those freshmen who are planning to major eventually
in Transportation would do well to discuns with ie their work for the
comli , year. John S. Worley.
Silophmores: .hose sol)homores who are ph nniniT to major il
Transportation should see me at an early dlate so that next year's work
may be efficiently planned. Jolin S. Worley.
All Sophomores are to meet in front of Waterman gym at 3 p.m.,
today for tho tug of war and at 9 a.m., on Saturday for games.
Senior Literary Students: Class dues will be collecteel this morning
from 9 o'clock to 12 o'clock in Angell Hall.
All women on Cam-pus who wish to sher for the lDramatic Festival
please taJI Sta MimcIester at 23454 etweni 7:30 and( 9 a.m.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
Economics i172: Problem assi 1)1 ent for Tuest ay, May 10. Chapter
XXX, Problems Nos. 5 and 9.
English 31--Section 12 (R. M. Wetzel) : This class will meet for the
rest of the seiester in Room 2219 A.Il, instead of Room 302 S.W., as
formerly.
EXI BITI ON
The Exhibition of Antiquities: from Seleueiat will be augmented by
new materials of the past seasons work from Seleucia and fromntSep-
phoris in Palestine. Main floor lobby of the Architectural building. Open
from 8 a.m., to 10 p.m., on Friday, and Saturday.
LECTURES TODAY
Bishop C.F. Ulamton will lecture on "Psychoanalysis" at 4:15 p.m.,
in Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall, and on "Health and the Spiritual
Life," at 8 o'clock, in Room 302, Michigan Union.

Baptist Students' Banqut: Dr. Andrew H. Harnly, of Saginaw, mem-
ber of Michigan Legislature,. will be the guest and speaker tonight in
parlors of First Baptist Church. His subject is "A Sane Philosophy of
Life." Dial 7332 for reservations before Friday noon.
COMING EVENTS
i;lihway Transport Lecture: Mr. Stephen DuBrul, of the General
Motors Company, will give an illustrated lecture on xeport writing in
Rocm 1213, East Engineering building at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 7. All
who are interested in this subject are invited to attend.
Research Club will meet Wednesday, May 11, instead of at the usual'
time, at 8 p.m., in Room 2528 East Medical building. Papers will be pre-
sented as follows: "Bacterial Variation," ProfessQr Philip B. Hadley;
(a) "Settlement in the Yamato Basin, Japan," and (b) "Notes on some
Settlement Forms of the liikawa Plain, Japan," by Professor R. B. Hall.
Both papers will be illustrated. There will be a brief meeting of the
Council in the sayme room at 7:30 p.m.
Landscape Club meeting Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m., in Department Lec-
ture room. Miss Adams will talk on Oriental Landscape Painting, with
slides. Announcement of the Spring trip. Refreshments.
Men's Physii:al Education Club: Regular meeting Tuesday, May 10,
at 7:45 p.m., in the Union. Dr. Margaret Bell will talk. There will be a
discussion about a spring outing.

BRIGHT SPOT
802 Packard St.
Today, 11:30 to 1:30
Fried Perch
Salmon Salad
Swiss Steak
French Fried Potatoes
Ham and Baked Beans, Brown Bread
Cold Slaw
Banana Nut Salad with Toasted
Sandwich
Cake, Jello, Carnel Pudding
CoEf, Milk
i0c
5.,O to 7.30
Soup
Baked Stuffed Trout
Baby Pike, Cucumber Sauce
Vegetable Plate with Hard Cooked
Eggs or Pot Roast of Beef
Roast Beef, Horseradish
Roast Pork, Apple Sauce
Grilled Lamb Chop with Sausage,
Bacon, Tomato
Mashed or French Fried Potatoes
LimaBeans
Vegetable Salad
Carrots
Strawberry Shortcake, Pie
Pie, Ice Cream
Coffee, Tea, Milk
40c

* * *

Theta
members.
present at

Sigma Phi meeting on Tuesday, 7:15, at the League for all
Please bring gowns for ceremony. Initiates requested to be
8 o'clock.

WANT ADS PAY!
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Kappa Alpha Psi: Annual Guide
Right Program features Professor
Carr, of the Sociology department,
in "Responsibility of College Men
to Society," Sunday, May 8, 4:30
p.m., at Bethel A.M.E. Church, on
Fourth Ave.
Professor W. F. Peik, of the Uni-
v(rsity of Mimesota, one of the
two directors of the Nat~i-mal Sur-
vey of "Teacher Training, will he
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