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THE~ MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY.

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DAILYOFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the 'office of the 'Assia nt to
the President until 3:30; 11:30 amn. Saturday.
VoL. X111. FRWDAY, MAY 13, 1932 No. 161

NOTICE";

To the Members of the Uinversity Council: There will be a special
xIecetIn of the Uniiversity C"ouncil onl May 23, at; 4:15 pa., in Room "B",
Alumini MemorialIhal, .louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Notice: The presenta tion7 to the University'of the portrait by Gari
Melchens of Doctor G. Carl Huber- will take place on Monday, May 16, t
4:30 p.mn., in the Lydia Mendchlssohn Theatre, President Ruthven will
preside. Friends, colleagues, student:;a0- the public are- cordially in-
vited] to Lattendl the ceremony. Executive Committee,
Medical School.
Visitors' ight--Angell Ball ObserVatoiry: The public is invited to
visit the Angell I-1ll1 Observatory from 8 to 10 on Friday and Saturday
night-, to obsercve the moon. Children insst.sabe accomplanied by adults.
Rdegistration for Sumi'lmer Field Courses in Ge ology: StudeCnts plan -
ning to take thre field courses Iiin g ology 125, 126, 202 and 203, given
durin.g the S'uimer Session at Mill Springs,! Kentucky, .shouldl register
as soion asy possible at the Reeordor's office after receiving permission
from the instructors of these couirsest to register.
Students registering in the courses shouldl at once begin inomulation
against typhoid at the Health Service.
Mimieor aphied sirculdars, giving detailed information regardinag the
assembly of field parties, personal equipment, supplies for courses, mail.
arnd shipmaent of bgae may be e obt-anied after May 10' from I. D. Scott
or C. M. Milers, instructors in charge of the courses.
Notice: Mr. Holmes Bloomer of Mandleville & king company, seeds-}
men, vMl be at the Michigan Union, Room 302 today, between1
the lours of 10 a.m., and 5 p.ii., to interview students who are interested
i work for this summer. This job;,payc a straight salary.
J. A. IRursley, Dean of Students.
Social Directors, Chaperons, 11ouseheads; Undergraduate Women:
The closing hour for students attending the Architects' Ball, Friday
night, May 13, will be 2:30 o'clock.
Fre,,hman Women: First outdoor rehearsal of Pageant-Thursday,
May 19, 4 to G p.m. First dress rehearsal of Pageant-Sunday, May 22,
at 3 pi.mT.
seecn dress rehearsal of Pageant (with lights)--Monday, May 23,
at 3 p~m. Attendance will be taken as usual.
Freshmeni: Th ose freshmen who are planning to major eventually
in TPransportation woul~d do well to discuss with me their work for the
coming year. John S. Worley.
Sophiomores: Those~ sophomores who arc planning to major in
Transportation should see me at an early dlate so that next year's work
may be efficiently planned. John S. Worley.
Sophomore igine rs: The "sample blazer has arrived. Today is
positively the last dlay to get your orders in. Room 311 West Eng ineer-
iig Iildding, 2-5, One dollar deposit is required.
Foreign Stud ents: All foreign students who have ordered or wish to
order pictures of the foreign group at the rotary banquet on April 11,
are requested to leave payment for the same with E. M. Javier, 437 S.
Division or with. W. 23. Shaw, Bureau= of Alumni Relations, Room 205
University Mall, where copies of these pictures may be seen.
ACADEMIYC NODTICE,
Engflish 160:Stuenits who we(re assigned to Room 304 Mason Mall
for the exainiation ktay, will lease, go instead to Room 3209 Angefl1
Hiall, 0. J. Campbell.
EVENTS TODAY
Picturesque Germany," a travelogue, will be presented at 4:15 in the
Natural Science (auditorium under the auspices of the Deutscher Zirkel.

Police Chief issues
Ntfivcto Doz Ownrs
FPolic e Ch:e°f Itiornix; M. O'Irica
yesterday isudaniother ain
to owners of dogs. 11t' refe=rred prl'
I icularly, to I he ununserouis Great
r3 ines and other large doogs ine the
east and of town, where numerous
complaints have been reccived frond
esidents that dogs were trampling1
ean the flower beds and spoiling
I he spring gardens.
Liberal Studitsi c' 1Ufnion : TM°s.l
lary Van Tuyl of t e]l' ep.,rticrnt.
(-f P'sycholog y will seko) "Stu~
dent Moral anid r .i~osAttiue
I Sundiay at '1 :',0 p
IUnivesrsi I y Lectures: Professor of l
Mathematics, Ric hard Courant, of
the University of Osttingen, will
give the following lectures:
Monday, May 16, 4:15 p.m., Room
1035 Angell Hall. Subject: "Hyp^r-
bolic Differential :Equations."'
'I11i sday, May 1, 4:15 p.m., Zoom
S.'l' Teory of ofattrstcs0
l artial Diferiln tia l Eq nions and
gave Propagation."'

VICTIM OF FATAL CRASH

nirr( Perhaps his outstanding charac-
teristic was an absolute fearlessness,
LJILU an an intrins:ic inteollectua lhon-
IIa 3 j a.g esty. lie will be sorely umissed inl the
---- - keenly felt. He was the type of, llall
(Continuied fr~om Page, 1) jtatG has made the University fa-
c!(iy, the American Lryooia os In addition to his skill as
n: -ociaI ion, the Amieric~ilan rnyo- 'a surgeon and his abiliy as a
logical, fihino'cogiecil, nd togi eacher, he was alolyal frienld, t:
good citizen, and al n important in-
ccl] soeiety, ihcE Nw York Acarde My thence inl the nmodeling of the Unli-
lof Meiie ieAe'ct ~i51vrity e will not be1wforgotten."
'is~aloPhil'i a1 c la, P' Te irect, 1, of the Univer-sit~y
~i'o ~hosita, Ur. Ba;rley A. Ilatynes, sa;;id
pl?18. hat Dr.C ld ini his 27 ;yeairs
A freq;uent 'iii1il11 )14(lg, of service at the. hosplitlestAIsh
Hiz(hal joulnmi';, l1V) ,,igited a clinlic of internionlallreputiLa-
1i1 : anY utistan duju l 5 i, tli tion, andi calledt h11ima1-leaderinl Ii-
country because, of h~is surgicatl sill, proafession.
Dr. Udo J., Wikf. , executive for the Hs evie r tuetswr
clincal el~ltnlets Ol Ie nm.ri- pointed out by Dr. Warren E. For-
cal scehool commiittee, rep! eeEn td sythe, head of the Health servic".
the feeling of his oaus foir Dr. Dr. Forsythe praised Dr. Canifleld
CafIc n omlsttmn s for making himself available at, all
4uecl ,ye;<ilsterday He id :
"Di. anfel'.s11)1 ~One-,ofe Dr. Canfleld's, colleague'lls
r on5it tiles 113notly o elytaed simtdhehad performed mret
Lo ihis i i ily c ;i 't ) SIi' ,; 11,nm50,000 tonsillotoies, in addci-
b ut isa eaa ble lo)t the ionm to numerous more imnport~ant
'Universitywicheere opatn.
Lache, a rillint srgeo, acon- ________________________
Se~t'11 J)"lS l jys i:1fl,a .d t co0lla
>l.!ie ) t)011 \ I itf ii ('It t'ii (1 lG'Vitys B G I P T
ticen id. B G T S O T

Alpha Epsilon Mu:
tiation and Banquet
Tuesday, May 17, at
the Michigan Union.

Anpmal Ini>
will be held
4:.a0 Im., at

Comedy Club: The (late for the'
picnic has beenflchiangedi to Sunday
afternoon, May 22. Those planning
to go should see the treasurer in
the Garden Room at the League
someime between three o'clock andl
five-thirty oni May 17.
Pegasus: Practice for Horse Show
Saturdlay. Meet at the League at
10 o'clock.
Michigan Dames annual installa-
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.
War Resisters League: Dr. W.C (.
PtBermann (D,,)etroit City College),
Corn man der of the Tb ( lna ; Jeifer -.
so n Post, Am erican LI egi on, and( Dr.
F'. Adamis, formerly chaplain ofj
the Departmnent of Illinois, Ameri-
can Legion, will talk on "Why We
Are! lermcanen t Ex-soldiors," onl
Wednesday, May 18, International
Goodwill Day, at 41.15 in Ntatural
Science Auditorium:
La;.item N ig'ht Central Commit -
tce will meet a t. 10 m, Saturday.
Maiy 14, in the W.A.A., of'ie of 11he
Women's Lca,,)- r-

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-:~ ,i'a 7 .l/p 77tr F.rs ('?:I
Dr. It,. Bish op Canfield, professor of otolaryngology, was killed in
an auto crash early yesterday morning on the Washtenaw Ave. road.

Dr. Canifield 'was kntown internationa
Photographers' Society
Will Exhi bit Pictures
Successful in its first two meet-
ings the newly organized society
for amateur phiotographers on the
campus is now planningf a genera]
exhibition of photographs by mem-
bers of the club and all others in-
tevrested in its programrs. This oxiii-
bition will tbe "Ihown at thw exI
mneetig of the organization on
My24.
il 'fj5nwst socfiety has b1)en u,'
gal i to studt~y phases of'are a too
phot .rm'cl t 1 and1.to(do)ac tua~l wor k
in tl i~ttfield. [n accordance wi th
t.hose "aim[ie ,; o(', A~y lhastHis fr
se= Ili rl roefssor 21 usser , a rtct".-
nii'/e~d i'tist nlthe 'cam'pus,a d
a "ie rgeR. SWU..i11,offici al Un ivei si,
ii 1) 0 j) i 1 i( i ) ~t, c dd i'cssits moe K
1 . roL . Snisser+ a 1 t y i.JL as a~i
aisrof the s~ily

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Shrimp Salad with Potato Chips
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The showing will be free and is open
Chiurchi of Christ: The Christian
Endeavor Society will hold. a picnic
tonight. Meet at the Church at 5:30
p.m. Transportation will be pr~o-
vided. All are welcome.
Lutlen Stutdets: 'there will be
a bilke mnd campfire meal this eve-
ning. Group will meet at 7:15, St.
Paul's Lutheran Church. All the
Lutheran students are cordially in-
vited.
Pre-sbyterian YFoung People's So-
ciety are holding their Spring Party
at the Huron Hills Country Club
tonig ht. R1eservation for the danlce
nmst be made throug)h the Church
Offce so that transportation, may
be provided. Phone 6005.
IUROPF WlITHIfN YOUR GRASP
Uscortod tours to London and Paris.
$150 inucludes transportation, mneals,
hotels, taxes, tips, excursions, etc.
For information call 3:582.

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March 3, .1932
Charles A. Sink, President,
University School of Music,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.,
My dear Mr. Sink:
Your information about the 39th Annual Ann Arbor May Festival is
very interesting to me, particularly on account of the American premiere
of the Rimsky-Korsakoff opera "The Legende of the Invisible City of Kitej"
and the new work of Holst. I see that you also have an imposing list of
soloists. I assume you have no objection to my publishing a resume of the
announcement you have sent me, next Sunday.
Thanking you for your information and wishing this May Festival
every success, I am
Sincerely yours.

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