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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.
Highway Transport Lecture: Mr. Stephen DuBrul of the General
Motors Company, will give an illustrated lecture on report writing in
Room 1213, East Engineering building at 10 a.m. All who are interested
in this subject are invited.
Exhibition of the work of the Lake Forest Foundation for Architec-
ture and Landscape Architecture 1931, Room 401 South Wing. Open
daily 9 a.m., to 5 p.m., with the exception of Sunday until May 17.
in Only H
Illini. In the mile relay the Wolves flf
have one of the most formidable
I MEET I teams in the midwest and should
have little dificulty in taking this
D ace as Gill has been having con-
erable trouble in getting his tea
in shae O
Moisio and Juzek will compete
ien Given Edge against Osty in the high jump, with Says It V
me Meet Rea of Michigan and Nelle and Co
either Carson or McDowell of Illin-
ison. ois slated for the broad jump.
In the weight events Michigan
om Page 1) will be represented by Brooks, Cox The hu
SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1932
Only Way Workers
President and Mrs. lKithven 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
University Lecture: Mr. J. Eric Thompson, assistant curator of Cen-
tral and South American Archaeology in the Field Museum of Natural
History, Chicago, will lecture on the subject "The Maya Indians of
Central America," on Tuesday, May 10, at 4:15 p.m., in Natural Science
Auditorium. The lecture will be illustrated with lantern slides. The
public is cordially invited.
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 func-
tions, but will not constitute a departure from the present interpretation
and enforcement of the Regulation. W. B. Rea,
Assistant to the Dean.
University Loan Committee will meet on Tuesday, May 10, at 1:30
p.m., 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. Bursley, Chairman.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Teachers interested in selling illustrated encyclopedias for children dur
ing the summer will please call at the office, 201 Mason Hall, for further
Professor W. E, Peik, of the University of Minnesota, one of the two
directors of the National Survey of Teacher Training, will be the speaker
at a luncheon sponsored by the Graduate Edlucation lCub, at 1:15, in
the Michigan League.
Varsity Glee Club: Report for final rehearsal at 2 p.m., in the Hill
Auditorium. Concert at 8:30 p.m., in full dress.
Varsity Band: Important rehearsal at 2 p.m. All band members
must be at Morris Hall at 7 o'clock tonight. Mr. Leonard Falcone will
be in charge at these meetings.
Cosmopolitan Club meets at 8 p.m., Lane Hall, Prof. Koella will
lecture on "Cosmopolitanism" and Mrs. Koella will sing in various
tongues. Annual business meeting and election of officers will follow..
Members are urged to bring their membership cards. Dance after the
business meeting and social hour and refreshments. Charge for non-
Drake relays, while the men of Hoyt and Dibble; the Illini men will be
have been unde: fire only once and Captain Purma, Cook, Howard and
that was in the Iowa classic in the Shively. Hazen and Roberts will
Drake stadium. toss the javelin for Michigan while
Illini Have Improved.,Carson and Robinson will throw the
Illii hve Iproedspear for the Indians. Lennington
Although the Indians do not and Schlansker will be the Illinois
possess the power of past seasons entrants in the pole vault with
they have been improving rapidly Humphreys carrying the Wolverine
and can be counted on to give the colors.
Wolves a tough battle for the day's
honors. Three of Coach Gill's best .A
bets, Christiansen, Hollingsworth son at A ual
and Lindahl, have just reached Law Institiute Meet
their top form during the past I
week, which materially augment Prof. Edwin D. Dickinson of the
their hopes of victory over the Law School is in Washington this
Maize and Blue.
Due to a Western Conference week attending the annual sessionsf
ruling both teams have to limit the of the American Law Institute.
size of their entry lists to 20 men. The .purpose of the meeting is to
This will necessitate the doubling approve the work done by the com-
up of men in a number of evet.ImtesothoraitonTee
Unless sickness or some other un- mittees of the organization. These
foreseen casualities interfere with committees take sections of the law
Coach Hoyt's plans he will in all and re write them for the benefit
probability use Captain Ed Russell of judges and lawyers. The revi-I
and Don Renwick in the 100-yard sions of the law are not officially
dash, while Gill will be likely to accepted by state governments, but
send Hellmich and Carroll to the they have a large influence in the
post in this event. Renwick will interpretation which is given to the
also carry the Michigan colors in existing law.
the 220, with Ben Glading as an
alternate for both this race and the
century dash in case anything Sartel toConsier
should keep the others out. Hell- Tenure of Judiciary
mich and Carroll are also the prob-
able entrants in the 220 for the In- As representative of the Univer-
dians. ,.city. Prof. BurkpR hart will nt-
was not o
radio or i
f the four s
and no ac
nger march made on the
nt which resulted in the
four communist leaders
rganized for the pwpose
ying the Ford plant, said
ugar, Detroit attorney, in
before the Michigan So-
ib on Wednesday night.
arch was the natural mode
sion of the hunger-struck
said Sugar. "They can-
ess themselves over the
said further t h a t the
lat the communists had
ie riot and had then re-
as grossly unfair, and re-
support his stand that of
lain men, two were com-
ch was organized by the
e workers' union, many of
s of which are-also com-
nd had intentions of pre-
demands to Henry Ford,
ts of violence were plan-
University Lecture: Monday, May 9, 4:15 p.m., Room 103 Romance
Languages building. N. Daniel Mornet, Professor of French Literature
at the Sorbonne and now visiting lecturer at the University of Chicago:
"Le Theatre Francais Centemporain." Lecture in French.
Triangles meeting Sunday, 6 p.m., at the Union for supper as usual.
Amateur Photographers: The second meeting of all people interested
in amateur photography will be held in the ground floor lecture room
of the Architectural building on Tuesday, May 10, at 7:30 p.m. George
R. Swain, official university photographer who has traveled abroad in
the interest of his profession, wil speak on "Composition and Perspective
in Landscape and Reminiscences of Personal Experiences in the Field."
Everyone interested is cordially invited.
Church of Christ: Mr. A. M. Jarman will speak to the regular meet-
ing of the Young People's Society on the "Brotherhood of Man," at the
regular meeting at 6:30 Sunday night. Social hour at 6 p.m. Corner of
Hill and Tappan. All who are interested are invited to attend.
Barris Hall: Dr. Murray Bartlett, president of Hobart College will
speak to the student group Sunday evening at seven o'clock immediately
following the student supper at six o'clock.
St. Andrew's Church--Sunday: Holy Communion at 8 a.m., Church'
School at 9:30 a.m., Kindergarten 11 a.m., Morning Prayer and Sermon
by the Reverend Murray Bartlett, D.D., President of Hobart College at
11 a.m. Young People's Fellowship at 6:15 p.m., in Church Office bldg.
Qualifying Examination for Directed Teaching: All students expect-
:g to elect Education D100 (Directed Observation and Teaching) or
)150 (Correlated Course -in Education) the first semester of next year
re required to pass a qualifying examination in the subject matter in
rhich the directed teaching is to be done. This examination will be
.eld in the Auditorium of the University High School from 9 to 12 on
aturday, May 21, 1932. Those who write the examination in English
ro required to come from 9 to 12 in the morning and from 1 to 3 in
ie afternoon. C. 0. Davis, Secretary
School of Education.
Petitions for Positions as Officers of the Oratorical Association dur-
ig the school year 1932-33 should be made out and placed in the office
f the Department of Speech and General Linguistics before noon of
lay 12. The officers, president, vice-president, and secretary, are selected
ni the basis of merit judged by activity and ability in forensic activities.
nnotncement of selections will be made on May 13.
Geography Summer Camp: All students planning to attend the Geo-
raphy Camp this summer .will please see Prof. P. E. James, in Room 13
ngell Hall, at their earliest convenience in order to secure final per-
ission to enroll.
All Sophomores are to meet..in front of Waterman gym at 9 a.m.,
day for games.
Psychlology 31: Laboratory periods next week will be devoted to
ake-up work for those students who have been absent from laboratory.
Special Homecoming Lecture: Professor John S. Worley will lecture
Natural Science Auditorium at 2:30 p.m., on "The Antiquity of Things
Presbyterian Young People's Society-Sunday: Student Class for
freshmen men and women meets at 9:30 a.m., at the Church House.
Social Hour 5:30 and Student Forum 6:30. Special Music and an
Alumni program led by Mr. Tom Daseff of Detroit.
Spring Party is to be held Friday, May 13, at the Huron Hills Coun-
Prof. Jesse Reeves will address an open forum on "Cardoza-the
Man and the Law," Sunday, May 8, Room 319 of the Michigan Union.
The forum under the auspices of the Hillel Foundation, will begin at
8 p.m., sharp, and all are invited.
Michigan Socialist Club: Professor Lowell J. Carr will discuss the
Tom Mooney Case in an Open Forum on Monday, May 9, at 4:15 p.m.,
in the Natural Science Auditorium. All are invited to attend.
Russell in 440.
In the 440 Russell and DeBaker
will be pitted against Christiansen
and either Hollingsworth cr Leek
of the Illini. In Wednesday's time
trials Christiansen turned in the
fastest quarter-mile ever run on the
Stadium track in Urbana. His time
was :49.7 and Hollingsworth was
just a bare six inches behind him.
Turner and Lemen are the Michi-
gan entrants for the 880, with Lin-,
dahli and Smith slated to uphold
the honor of the Orange and Blue.
In the mile run Hoyt will relay on
Wolfe and Eknovich, while the Il-
llinois mentor will use Woolsey and
Smith or possibly Lindahl in place
of one of the other two.
Lining up for the start of the
two-mile grind will be Hill and
Ostrander for Michigan with Line
and Woolsey for the Indians. A
week ago Hill ran a great race in
this event to finish fourth in the
Two in High Hurdles.
Egleston and Haefele will bear
the Wolverine hopes in the hurdles
with Etnyre and either Johnson or
Seely upholding the honor of the
01r, 1 V . A U Oid'ei wil aV_
tend the meetings of the American
Law Institute being held during the
last three days of this week. Pro-
fessor Shartel is also attending a.
committee meeting of the American
Bar association which has been
called to consider judicial tenure.
"Federal Judges - Appointment,
Supervision and Removal," a tretise
on the subject of judicial tenure
was written by Professor Shartel
two years ago. Since that time he
has continued his study of this
problem and has been called on by
the bar association as an expert in
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Meat Loaf with Mushroom Gravy
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Potato Salad with Cold Meats
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Strawberry Sundae, Cake, Pie
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JHindustan club will meet in Lane
Hall on Sunday at 3:30 p.m., to wel-
come Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Holstad
returning from India. All Hindu
students are asked to be present.
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