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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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DAILY OFFiCIAL BULLETIN
ublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
f the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
he President until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

XLII.

THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1932

No. 160

NOTICES
To the Members of the University Senate: At the meeting of the
'University Council on May 9 the following changes were made, of which
numbers I and II are subject to the approval of the Regents:
I. That the Board in Control of Athletics shall make an annual
report to the University Council.
II. That the senate members of the Board in Control of Student
Publications shall be as follows: The Dean of Students, ex-officio; and
three other members of the senate appointed by the President of the
University. One new member shall be appointed each year to serve for
three years, excepting that for 1932-33 one shall be appointed for three
years, one for two years, and one for one year. The number and method
of appointment of student members shall remain as now.
Furthermore, that it be understood that an annual report to the
University Council is mandatory.
III. (1) That the Advisory Committee on Lectures of the Orator-
Ical Association be hereafter known as the Board in Control of the
Oratorical Association Lecture Program;
(2) That the functions of this board be to arrange for and
conduct a series of public lectures on timely subjects; and to exercise
full responsibility and authority over the conservation and expenditure
of the funds of the Oratorical Association;
(3) That this Board be composed as follows: the President,
Vice-President, and Business Manager of the Oratorical Association, ex-
officio, and four members of the Senate, appointed by the President of
the University. One new member shall be appointed each year for a
four year term, excepting that for 1932-33 one shall be appointed for
one year, one for two years, one for three years, and cne for four years;
(4) That the Board shall make an annual report to the Uni-
versity Council.
IV. That the University Committee on Theatre Policy and Practice
shall be constituted as follows:
1. Three members of the University Senate appointed by the
President of the University. The term of office shall be three years,
excepting that for 1932-33 one shall be appointed for three years, one
for two years, and one for one year; and
2. The sub-committee on dramatics (two members) of the
Senate Committee on Student Affairs, which shall be appointed by the
Dean of Students;
The chairman shall be appointed by the President of the
University.
An annual report to the University Council shall be man-
datory.
The above actions are given for your information and review.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Advance Classification for September: Delays involved in revision
of the budget for next year have made impossible the early publication
of the Announcement of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.
It is now definitely known that this Announcement will not be out in
time -to permit advance classification this semester for. next September.
D. L. Rich.
Registration for Summer Field Courses in Geology: Students plan-
ning to take the field courses in geology 125, 126, 202 and 203, given
during the Summer Session at Mill Springs, Kentucky, should register
as soon as possible at the Recorder's office after receiving permission
from the instructors of these courses to register.
Students registering in the courses should at once begin inoculation
against typhoid at the Health Service.,
Mimeographed circulars, giving detailed information regarding the
assembly of field parties, personal equipment, supplies for courses, mail
and shipment of baggage, may be obtained after May 16 from I. D. Scott
or G. M. Ehle s, instructors in charge of the courses.
Notice: Mr. Holmes Bloomer of Mandeville & King company, seeds-
men, will be at the Michigan Union, Room 302, Friday, May 13, between
the hours of 10 a.m., and 5 p.m., to interview students who are interested
in work for this summer. This job pays a straight salary.
J. A. Bursley, Dean of Students.
Householders: Approved householders having rooms to rent to men
students for the Summer Session are requested to list them at once at
the Office of the Dean of Students, Room 2, University Hall. Dial 6115.
a strugs of houses, apartments, and light-housekeeping rooms are
also requested. F. B. Wahr, Assistant lcan.
Social Directors, Chaperons, Ilouseheads; Undergraduate Women:
Thbe clsing hour for students attending the Architects' Ball, Friday

Second dress rehearsal of Pageant (with lights)-Monday, May 23,
8 p.m. Attendance wil be taken as usual.
Junior Composition (English 87): Students who expect to enroll in
English 87 next September should present manuscripts to the instructors
of the course at one of the periods indicated in the following schedule:
Assistant Professor Everett-Thursday (May 12) 11:30-12:00;
Saturday (May 14) 10:30-11:30; Thursday (May 19) 11:30-12:00:
Saturday (May 21) 10:30-11:30.
Assistant Professor Walter-Thursday (May 12) 1:00-3:00;
Wednesday (May 18) 3:00-5:00.
Visitors' Night-Angell hall Observatory: The public is invited to
visit the Angell Hall Observatory from 8 to 10 on Friday and Saturday
nights to observe the moon. Children must be accompanied by adults.
Senior E.E.: Mr. Swartz and Mr. Sullivan will conduct non-recruiting
interviews in the E.E. department on Thursday, May 12. Those interested
must sign for an interview period. A. D. Moore.
Freshman Pageant Rehearsal Schedule:
Greek Warrior and Greek Priestess......Tuesday and Thursday-4:30
Renaissance ........................Monday, 4:00 and Wednesday-7:00
Strauss Waltz ............................Tuesday and Thursday-4:00
Primitive .................................Tuesday and Thursday-5:00
Modern ................................Monday and Wednesday-4:30
Ballet ..................................Monday and Wednesday-5:00
Gavotte .................................Monday and Thursday--4:00
All in Barbour gym. Please be prompt. Heads of dance groups
please come a little early if possible.
ACADEMIC NOTICE
English Honors Course: Juniors who wish to apply for permission
to enter English 197-198 next year will meet in Room 2235 Angell Hall on
Friday, May 13, at three o'clock.
LECTURE TODAY
Illustrated Lecture: A picture-dialogue on "Is Life Worth While?"
will be conducted by the Tolstoy League, 4:15, in Room 231 Angell Hall.
EXHIBITIONS
Third Annual Exhibition of Sculpture to be 1held under the auspices
of the Division of Fine Arts. Works by students and Prof. Avard Fair-
banks to be displayed from May 16 to 23 in University Hall, Rooms 210,
401, 402 from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Exhibition of the work of the Lake Forest Foundation for Architec-
ture and Landscape Architecture, 1931, Room 401 South Wiig. Open
daily 9 a.m., to 5 p.m., with the exception of Sunday until May 17.
Drawings submitted by the eighteen competitors for the George G.
Booth Travelling Fellowship in Architecture are now being shown in the
third-floor exhibition gallery, Architectural building, and will remain on
exhibition through Saturday, May 14. Open nine to five daily. The
public is cordially invited.
EVENTS TODAY
Applied Mechanics Colloquium: Mr. D. K. Kazarinoff will present a
paper on "Mechanical Solution of Some Differential Equations," in which
are given theory and demonstration, Room 445 West Engineering build-
ing at 7:30 p.m. Mr. W. H. Taylor will review the literature.
Psychological Journal Club at 7:30 p.m. Miss Turk will review Tol-
man's "Purposive Behavior in Animals and Men."
Observatory Journal Club meets at 4:15 in the Observatory lecture
room. Mr. R. W. Revans will speak on "Temperature Measurements
from Fine Structure of Molecular Bands." Tea will be served at 3:45.
Dancing Every Afternoon
Daily, 3:00-5:00-Sunday, 1:003:00
Especially Good Music
AT
The Coolest Restaurant in Ann Arbor
DANCING EVERY EVENING
Mon., Tues., Wed., Thur., 8:15-10:15-Fri., 9:30-1:30-Sat., 9:30-12:30
Sun., 6:00-11:00.
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R.O.T.C. ceremony, entire Corps and Band, South Ferry Field, today.
Roll call at 5:07 p.m. This ceremony is substituted for regular drill com-
panics for this week. In case of rain, ceremony in Field House.
A.SXM.E.-Student Branch meeting for election of officers at 7:30
p.m., in Room 229 West Engineering building.
Iota Alpha: Regular monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m., in Room 3201
East Engineering building. Mr. P. A. Cushman will address the group
on "Shearing Stresses in Torsion and Bending by Membrane Analogy."
Phi Epsilon Kappa meets in Room 302 Michigan Union, at 7:30 p.m.
Sociedad Hispanica: Important meeting at the Michigan League.
Election of officers.
Student Council: Regular meeting at 8 p.m., at the Council' Offices.
All Campus Archery Meet for men will take place from 3 to 5 p.m.,
at Yost Field House. All students are eligible.
All Students interested in learning how they can participate in the
program of ,the Fresh Air Camp this summer and next semester are
asked to meet at Lane Hall tonight at 7:30.
! University Symphony Orchestra: Regular rehearsal at 3 o'clock, in
Hill Auditorium. Also a rehearsal tonight at 7 p.m., Hill Auditorium,
with the Choral Union.
Varsity Band: Report in uniform at Ferr'y Field at 5 p.m. sharp for
R.O.T.C. review. A truck will leave Morris Hall at 5 o'clock with the
heavy instruments. In case of rain the review will take place in Yost
Field House.
hillel Foundation: Dr. Isaacs will lecture at 7:30 on "The Jewish
Attitude Toward Evolution." Weekly open house at 4 p.m.
Board of Representatives of the Women's League meets at 4 o'clock,
in the Committee room of the League. Tea will be served.

Democrats Out-Vote
Republicans in Alaska
JUNEAU, Alaska, May 11.-(/P)-
Polling 4,929 votes in the April
primary election to 4,173 for the
Republicans, reports from all but
35 of the territorial precincts today
disclosed that the Democratic party
received more votes than the Re-
publicans in an Alaska election for
the first time since 1918. Political
observers here estimated that about
40 per cent of the Indian vote,
heretofore almost solidly Repub-
lican, went over to the Democratic
banner.
tion banquet at Michigan League
on Tuesday, May 17, at 6:30 p.m.
All Dames who plan to attend call
Mrs. Rose (2-3300) or Mrs. Hurrell
(4705) for reservations before Fri-
day noon.
Radcliffe Club of Michigan: The
next meeting of the club will be
a .tea at the home of Miss Elizabeth
Hincks, 211 Frederick Ave., Detroit,
on Saturday, May 14, at 3:30 p.m.
All Radcliffe women are cordially
invited to attend.

' .

Presbyterian Young People's So-
ciety are holding their Spring Party
at the Huron Hills Country Club
Friday night, May 13. Reservation
for the dance must be made through
the Church Office so that transpor-
tation may be provided. Phone 6005.

COMING EVENTS
E.E. Seniors and Others: Mr. Chet Lang, Comptroller of the Budget a hike and cStude ts oTere Fid
and Manager of Publicity, General Electric company, will speak to all evening. Group will meet at 7:15,
those interested in G.E. at 5 p.m., Monday, May 16, in Room 248 West St. Paul's Lutheran Church. All the
Engineering building. Mr. George Chute will interview in the E.E. de- Lutheran students are cordially
partment on Tuesday. ,.Interviews must be signed for. invited.

Alpha Epsilon Mu: Annual Ini-
tiation and Banquet Will be held
Tuesday, May 17, at 4:30 p.m., at
Michigan Union.
Pegasus: Practice for Horse Show
Saturday. Meet at the League at
10 o'clock.
Michigan Dames annual installa-
RIGHT SPOT
802 Packard St.
Today, 11:30 to 1:30
Roast Beef Roast Veal
Lamb Chop with Sausage
Fried Potatoes, Carrots and Peas
1am Salad with Potato Chips and
Relish
Chipped Beef on Toast with Egg
Cake, Lemon Whip
Coffee, Milk
30c
5:30 to 7:30
Liver atnl Bacon Hamburg Steak
Fried Onions
Baked Stuffed Spare Ribs
Roast Beef Pork Chops
Peas, Onions and Radishs
or Wax Beans
Spare Ribs and Sauerkraut,
Mashed or Parsley Potatoes
Pie, Fruit Desert, Cake
Strawberry Sundaes
Coffee, Tea, Milk
40c

fill

OPENING..

ONIGHT

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The

Prince"

The New Comedy

By
A*- A. Milne

I

Lydia Mendelssohn

Theatre

ALL SEA'TS 50 CENTS'
A Comedy Club Presentation

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ight, May 13, will be 2:30 o'clock.
Additional Military Ball favors
iay be purchased at the R.O.T.C.
eadquarters.
Senior Ball tickets may be pur-
aased in Angell Hall lobby from
to 3 today.
Freshiman Women: First outdoor
earsal of Pageant-- Thursday,
ay 19, 4 to 6 p.m. First dress re-
earsal of Pageant--Sunday, May

AT THE LEAGUE

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IMPROVE YOUR GAME WITH A
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$3.00 TO $17.00-EVERY ONE GUARANTEED
WRIGHT AND DITSON BALLS AT

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Friday 9 till 1:00

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Friday 9 till 1: 00

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TOMORROW NIGHT, FRIDAY, MAY 13
The.21st Ann ual Architects' Ball
PRESENTS AT THE UNION
"SLANTZ" RANDALL and His Orchestra
IN THE MOST BRILLIANT CAMPUS FUNCTION OF THE YEAR THE
BAL EXOT IUE"
TICKETS ARE PRICED AT FOUR DOLLARS AT THE UNION FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY. DANCING WILL BE FROM 9
UNTIL 2 A. M. WITH THE TAPROOM REMAINING OPEN FOR ALL GUESTS.

DRESS ANY
WAY YOU
PLEASE
SMOCK
FORMAL
OR SUMMER
FORMAL

RANDALL

THAT

GOOD

OLD

RELIABLE

MUSIC

DON

LOOMIS and His ORCHESTRA

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