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THlE-MICHI, GAN DAILY

)AILY_ OFFICIAL 'BULLETIN
blicatlon in thc Bu111lein is constructive pot ilee tM all membr
theUniersty.Copy r eceived at the office of the Assistant to
Presiden t nt(il 3:30; 1 1:30 a~lm. Saturday.
>1. XbL I. THURSD)AY, MAY 19, 1932 No. 1661,

Fre Shmt an Women: First outdotor rehearsal ofPganThrdy
Ma y 19, 4 to 6 p.m., First dress eer of Pageani-t-Su pn day, May 9",
Lirn fv.ie rehear. Alwith I'h --MnaMay 23, 9 p.1-n. Attendance

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Fivatei.itfy

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NOTICES

To the Mlemebers of the University Council: There will be a meeting
f the University Council on Monday, May 23, in Alumni Memorial Hall,
loom B, at 4:15 p.m., at which time two communications will be con-
;dered: (1) the report of the Standing Committee on Student Relations,
;oncerning University Discipline, and (2) the Report of the Committee
)n Questionnaires, Copies of these reports will be mailed to the members
i the University Senate. Louis A. Ifopkins, Secretary.
May Festival: The Second May Festival concert will be given this
vening at 8:15 o'clock in Hill Auditorium. Goeta Ljungberg, soprano;
4,tlbel llheiadi and Maud Okkelberg, pianists; Palmer Christion, organist;
"Mcat-o Symphlony Orchestra; University Choral Union; Frederick Stock,
arl V. Moore and Gustav Hoist (Guest) Conductors.
Progrram: Glazounoff : Overture "Carnaval'; Ponchielli: Aria, "Sub.
1do" from "La Gioconda" (Goetta Ljunigberg; Strawinsky: "Symphonic
)e P'saurmes" (Unriversity Choral Union); Wagner' Aria, "Du bist der
enz" from "D~ie Walkure" (Miss Ljungberg) ; Bach-Holst: Fugue Af La
'Ugiie; Ist: Ballet. from the opera "The Perfect Fool" (Conducted by
~ustiav Holst); Holst: "A Choral Fantasia" (American premiere); (Inci-
ental Solo by Helen Van Loon, Soprano, University Choral Union,'
onducted~by Mr. Hoist)- Wagner: Aria, "Liebestod" from "Tristan and
soldle" (Mi ss jungberg); Brahms-Dvorak: Hungarian Dances.
Hlolders of season tickets are requested to detach before leaving
ome, anrd present for admission, coupon number 2. Charles A. Sink.
Quialifying Examination for Directed Teaching: All students expect-
ng to elect Education D100 (Directed Observation and Teaching) or
150 (Correlated Course in Education) the first semester of next year
.r required to pass a qualifying examination iv the subject matter in
i iiclil the diie tct teaching is to be clone, This examination will be
i(-d in the Auditoium of the University U' gh School from 9 to 12 on
atur-day, May 21, 1932. Those who write the examination in English
re requiired to0 conic~ from 9t io 12 in the morning and from 1 to 3 in
ic a lfternocon. C. 0. Davis, Secretairy, School of Education,
Comiprehensive Professional Examination in Education: Under the
egulations of the School of Education all the candidates for the Teach-
r's Certificate (except those receiving a Graduate degree this June)
,re required to pas5s a Comprehensive Professional Examination in
dueationi before t;hey are eligible for rv -onmendation for the Certi-
cateo. Th e next eam iination of' this k indc will be held on Saturday,
Tay 21, in the Aud(_itorium of the University lHigh School. Owing to the
nli of lseaiaii will be necessar~y to begin it at 8 o'clock
not 9 o'clock as., prevou;sly stated)c. For the average'.students the 'time
Emit is likely to he recllired t1 o completeithe work will be about four
ou1111.den ,Anl tlll acrinl.C. 0. Davis.

Freshman Pageant Itelicars.als: CIAs1" , 'P8 1 Kappa Epsilon 11.
Greek W atrnor and Gereek 1'xie t ss;....... Tuesday and Thursday, 4:30, Hermitage 9, Alpha Chi Sigma 2
Renaissaice. ................ona,40 adWdeda,70 hi Sigma Delta 14, Phii Gamma
k8trauss Waltz............................Tuesday and Thursday, 4:00JDet
Primnitiv..... .................TedyadTusa,501 Leaguie Playoff
Modern...............................Monday and Wednesday, 4:30 Delta Tau Delta 20, Phi Lambda
ihallet .................................Monday and Wednesday, 5:00Ph Phi 2
C avotte.................. Monday andThrdy 4:00'Ph Kappa Psi 8, Theta Beta Tau 4
All in Barbour gym. Please be prompt. Heads of Thcegupsrusla 1Phi Delta Epsilon 7, Delta Phi 1
comea lttl posibe. anc grupsPlese Sigma Nu 10, Phi Rho Sigma 2
ealy' Phi Sigma Kappa 5, Delta Kappa
ACADEMIC NOTICE Epsilon-
Geology II: Bluebook on Friday, May 20. Beta Kapp h incSna
Geology 31: Bluebook on Friday, May 20. afternoon, May 22, at Cavanaugh
___,Lake. Cars will leave the League
EXHIBITION building at 4:30. Please telephone
your intentions at once.
Third Annual Exhibition of Sculpture. to be held under the auspicesE
of the Division of Fine Arts. Works by students and Prof. Avardi Fai'-,
banks to be displayed until May 23 in University Ball, Rooms 210, 401, Inratol odWlDy:O
and 402 from 11 a.m, to 9:30 p~m. Sunday, May 22, at 8 p.m., Charles
- - --- - 1Rand Kennedy's "The Terrible
EVENTS TODAY Meek" will be presented by the
Observatory J un l C u meets at 4:15 p m ,i th Ob ev or 'Wesley Players and motion -icnrd
lecture room. Professor Norman H. Anning will explain and demon-ofteLauofNinsnd o
strte he Haronc-Aalyer. Ta wll e srve a 3:5 oclok. More War Movement will be shown
strte he Hamonc-Aalzer" Ta illbe ered t 345o'cock at a Union Service of Ann Arbor
Churches in the Congregational
Political Science Journal Club meets in the Political Science Seminar church. The public is invited. Dr.
Room, 3 to 5 p.m.I Onderdonk's collection of war pho-
______._... tographs, cartoons, and posters will
American Society of Civil Engineers--Student Chapter, will hold a be vxibied bfoeorfe the meet-andca
dinner meeting in honor of Prof. H. E. Rigsbeati6:15 pem.,eatrthetMichh- mnet
gs a :5pma h ih-gan Union. The Detroit Section contest award will also be made at that ing_. -.-___ --
time, All local, faculty, and student members are urged to attend.

UNION GOES 'RE D'
IN FORUM MAY 241
F'ollow Talk by OrgatizeItr.
RI. D. Baker, of Detroit, organizer
of the Michiga n Communist party,
will address a Union forum to be
held on Tuesday, May 24, it was
announced yesterday by Edward W.
Kuhn-, recording. secretary of the
Union.E
Baker, who has been for 15 years
a labor leader in Michigan, will talk
on "The Appeal of the Communist
Party to the Voter," after which
there will be a discussion of com-
munism from the floor.
This forum, which is to be the
last one of the year, will be held at
8 o'clock in the main assembly
room of the Union.
Albert Ritchie, governor of Mary-
land and prominently mentioned as
Democratic candidate for President,
and Amos W. W. Woodcock, director
of prohibition enforcement have
spoken on similar programs earlier
in the year.
T1he University of Michigan mu-
seum of zoology has more than 40,-
000 specimens of dragon flies, rep-
resenting 1,500 species.

PRESENT CONERTI
Recital Monday Open to Pulic;
University Symphony Will
Tlay' Accompaniment.
The Music department of the Ann
E Arbor Public schools will present a
concert in Hrill auditorium next
Monday night acording to Lee M.
Th urston, assistant superintendent'
of schools. The program will start
at 7:30 o'clock and will continue
until 0 o'clock. There will be no
admission charge and the public is
invited.
The program follows: Children',,
Festival chorus, accompanied by
the University symphony orchestra;
orchestra selections 'by the coms-
bined junior and senior high school
orchestras; vocal selections by the
Jones junior high seliol, Mack
junior high school, and Waippan
junior high school Glee clubs; vocal,
selections by the combined senior
high ,school Glee clubs; and band
selections by the senior high school
band.

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4009 U.H.S., at 5:15.
1EO3 .C. Si nal Corps Freshmen : Pistol practie at7:30 p.m.
.ool Engineerin will be disc ussedl in Ytoom 1300, East ELngineering
building, on Friday, May 20.
Mr. Mussey will speak on, "In What respect is society benefited by
a tool engineer?"
Mr. Paul will speak on "Should the future patent attorney study
tool engineering?"
Mr. Parker will speak on "The influence of tool engineering upon the
machine tool inducstry."
All students interested ithis siibjec tare invi tedl to ti[tendl

BRIGHT SPOT
802 Packard St.
Today, 11.30 to 1:30
Swiss Steak
IRoast Beef B rowned Pota co -s
f lasha with Poached Egg, Spinach
Chop Surey with Rice
Cottage lCheese Salaid with Cold Meats
Cake, Fruit jell o
Coffee, Milk
3~0C
5:30 to 7:30
Liver anid Bacon Soup
Hamburg Steak, Fried Onions
La.mb Chops, Jelly Roast: Pork
Roastil'l, lDressing
Baked Ham, Raisin Sauce
Mashed or Aar Graitin Potatoes
Creamed Aspar'agus or Vegetable
;Salad
I lc- St'awberry or Pineapple.
Smndaes, Caker
C:offee, Tea, Milk
40ce
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R.O.T.C. Review for CGovernor Bruceker, Ferry Field, ITiday, May 20.
F?,( l canll 5:07 p.mi. This ceremony is .substituted for reguliia drill tiorn-
? :t s; Ifor this Week. In c ase of rain1, Ceremiony in Field Housel..
Varsity Ikund meets at M~orris H-all at 4:30 1Friiday in tiicfoun, 'co
Ocieinstructions for the R..C. Review schetduled for 5 p.m . Friday.

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n(.ptw,,tl Aw ards ,: Will all students competing for the mlajor awards l
Mr. Weaver in his oiffce (Room 2218 A.H.) between 8:30 and 9:30 a.m.1
2:30 and 4 p.m., on F'riday, May 20.
University B'ureau of Appaintments and Occupational Information:
epresentative of The Fuller Brush Company will be in the office, 201
sign Htall; on F rid+ay, May 20, to interview men for permanent employ-
it. Kindl1y rmaket appo iintmeints with M12ss Webbe'r at the office.
renibers of the Honor Guardi will ;
rit to Drc. May at the Waterman Y
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Sniors : Tickets for the Senior
all may be purchas ed from 9 until
todaiy in Angell Hall lobby. They
ay be obtained tomorrow after-
on from 2 until 4 at the Union.
MOTOR INN, AT WHITMORE
LAKE
erves you a good chicken, fish, or
teak dinner for $1.00. Thue menu is
fruit cocktail, salad, relishes, meat,
potatocs, vegetables, corn fritters with
ma~ple syrup, hlot biscuits, noodles,
dessert andi coffee. Phone 53-172 at
Whitmnore ake.

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111 Flocks from campus on
Thayer Street.
Prices
Regular
Luncheon . 35c and 40c
Special Plate Lunch. 25c
Steak Dinners. . . . . 50ck
Sunday Chicken
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