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next year should leave their names with Miss Custance in Room 3221 1 portant meeting of this group at 2
A.H., before May 20. o'clock this afternoon.
Modern Group: The girls in this
iblication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
e President until 3:30; 11:30 a.m, Saturday.
OL. XLIL WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1932 No. 165
Notice to Seniors and Graduate Students!-Only six more days re-
in for the payment of diploma fees. There can and will be absolutely
extension beyond 4 p.m., Wednesday, May 25. The Cashier's Office
losed Saturday afternoons. Shirley W. Smith.
May Festival: The First May Festival concert will be given this eve-
g at 8:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium. Ruth Rodgers, Soprano; Fred-
ck Jagel, Tenor; Chase Baromeo, Bass; Gitta Gradova, Pianist;
nmer Christian, Organist; Chicago Symphony Orchestra; University
oral Union; Frederick Stock and Earl V. Moore, Conductors.
Program, "The Creation" by Haydn, an oratorio for soli, chorus,
hestra and organ given in commemoration of the bi-centennial anni-
sary of the composer. Concerto for Pianoforte, No. 2, C Minor, Opus
(Moderato; Adagio Sostenuto; Allegro scherzando) by Rachmaninoff
yed by Gitta Gradova.
The public is requested to be seated on time as the doors will be
sed during numbers. Holders of season tickets are requested to detach
orc leaving home, and present for admission, coupon number 1 .
Comprehensive Professional Examination in Education (A Correc-
a): Under the regulations of the School of Education all candidates
the Teacher's Certificate (except those receiving a Graduate degree
s June) are required to pass a Comprehensive Professional Examina-
a in Education before they are eligible for recommendation for the.
tAficate. The next examination of this kind will be held on Saturday,
y 21, in the Auditorium of the University High School. Owing to the
gth of ths examination it will be necessary to begin it at 8 o'clock
it 9 o'clock as prevously stated). For the average students the time
,t is likely to be required to complete the work will be about four
irs. Students must plan accordingly. C. O. Davis.
Master's Degree in History: All students who expect to obtain a
ster's degree in history this year and who entered the graduate school
or after June, 1931, must pass a written examination in one foreign
guage, preferably French or German. This examination will be
en at 4 p.m., on Friday, May 27, in Room 1204, A.H. Students will be
mitted to use a dictionary of their own.
Junior Composition (English 87): Students who expect to enroll in
glish 87 next September should present manuscripts to the instructors
he course at one of the periods indicated in the following schedule:
Assistant Professor Everett-Thursday, May 19, 11:30-12:00; Satur-
, May 21, 10:30-11:30.
Assistant Professor Walter-Wednesday, May 18, 3:00-5:00.
Freshman Pageant Rehearsals:
cek Warrior and Greek Priestess ........Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30
1aissance ....................... Monday, 4:00 and Wednesday, 7:00
auss Waltz ............................Tuesday and Thursday, 4:00
rnitive ........ ..... ................Tuesday and Thursday, 5:00
dern ......... ........ ..........Monday and Wednesday, 4:30
llet ..........................Monday and Wednesday, 5:00
votte .....................Monday and Thursday, 4:00
All in Barbour gym. Please be prompt. Heads of dance groups please
ne a little early if possible.
Third Annual Exhibition of Sculpture to be held under the auspices
of the Division of Fine Arts. Works by students and Prof. Avard Fair-
banks to be displayed until May 23 in University Hall, Rooms 210, 401,
and 402 from 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Forestry Assembly: There will be a general assembly of the School
of Forestry and Conservation in Room 2054, Natural Science building,
at 11 o'clock this morning. Mr. E. W. Tinker, Regional Forester in
the United States Fo'rest Service, will speak on "The Profession of
Forestry," aind the winner of the Pack Priz Essay Contest-for the year
will be announced. All students in the School of Forestry and Conserva-
tion are expected to attend, and if unable to do so should obtain a prior
excuse from the Dean of the School. Pre-forestry students are also urged
to attend if possible.
German Department: Monthly luncheon at 12:15, at the Michigan
Chemistry Colloquium meets at 4:15 p.m., in Room 303. Mr. Brown
will discuss "Interfacial Tension Relationships."
Chemical Engineering Seminar: Professor J. C. Brier will address
the Seminar at 4 o'clock in Room 3201 East Engineering building on the
subject, "Anti-Oxidants and Their Relationship to the Oxidation of
Sociedad Latino Americana: Very important meeting at 8:30 p.m.,
Room 304 Michigan' Union. The presence of all the members is requested.
Aeronautical Society: Motion Pictures of The Construction of the
USS Akron will be shown for the members of the Aeronautical Society
and Glider Club, in Room 203 West Engineering Annex, at 7:30 p.m. All
members are urged to be present as there will be election of officers.
Mathematical Tea at 4 p.m., in Room 3201 A.H.
Engineering Council Meeting at 7:30 p.m., in M.E. computing room.
Interfraternity Council: Special meeting, 7:30 o'clock, in the Michi-
gan Union. to discuss deferred rushing. It is very important that every
house have its delegates present.
University of Michigan Radio Club: Last regular meeting of the year
at 7:30 p.m., Room 248 West Engineering building. Professor Joseph H.
Cannon will speak on "Radio Frequency Transmission Lines."
Michigan Socialist Club: A. F.
Hultin of Ann Arbor and Stalingrad BRIG HT SPO T
will speak at the Union, 7:30 p.m., B i'ti S O
on: "Workers in Russia and Amer- 802 Packard St.
ica." An open forum will follow. All Today, 11:30 to 1:30
are invited to attend. Spaghetti and Meat Balls
War Resisters League: Dr. W. G. Creamed Asparagus on Toast
Bergmann (of Detroit City College), with Bacon
Commander of the Thomas Jeffer- Roast Pork Veal Cutlets
son Post, American Legion, and Dr. Beet Sand itFranks
F. D. Adams, formerly chaplain of Rhubard Sauce, Cake, Ice Cream
the Department of Illinois, Ameri- Coffee, Milk
can Legion, will talk on "Why We 30c
Are Permanent Ex-soldiers," at 4:15 5:30 to 7:30
in Natural Science Auditorium. Soup
Broiled Sirloin Steak
Freshman Pageant - Humorous Stuffed Baked Spare Ribs
Group: There will be a very im- ork Chops
group must have costume fittings
today, preferably this morning.
Varsity Band: There will be no
niiversity Bureau of Al
its and Occupational In
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.sh company will be in the
m 201 Mason Hall, on
y 20, to interview men for
nt employment. Kindly
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March 14, 1932.
Mr. Charles A. Sink,
University School of Music,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Dear Mr. Sink:-
Thank you for sending ine the Preliminary Announcement of the May
Festival for this season. You are very modest in speaking of this event
as "Michigan's Greatest Musical Event." It is one of the great musical
cvents of the whole country and the mid-West recognizes it as such. You
have three stunning choral novelties in the Holst, Stravinsky and Rimsky-
Korsakoff numbers. With the incomparable Gigli and John Charles Thomas
(I know Yungbairg only from newspaper comment) as stars, I do not well
see how Ann Arbor could have a more attractive festival to look forward to.
May I congratulate you on gathering together such a feast of good things.
With cordial greetings, I am