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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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AIILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
lication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
he University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
President until 3:30; 11:30, a.m. Saturday.
. XLII. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1932 No. 167

NOTICES
Notice-'-Seniors and Graduate Students: Only-four more days remain
or the payment of diploma fees. There will be absolutely no extension
>eyond 4 p.m., Wednesday, May 25. -The Cashier's Office is closed on
aturday afternoons. Shirley W. Smith.
To the Members of the Utiversity Council: There )ill 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-
idered: (1) the repor of the Standing Committee on Student Relations,
*ncerning University, Discipline, and (2) the Report of the Committee
n Questionnaires. Copies of these reports will be mailed to the members
f the University Senate. Loui:s A. Hopkins, Secretary
May Festivd: The Third May Festival concert will be given this
fternoon at 2:30 o'clock in Hill Auditorium. Mina Hager, Contralto;
1. Mischakoff, Violinist; Joseph Brinkman, Pianist; E. Liegel, Flute;
hildren's Festival Chorus; Orchestral Accompaniment; Eric -DeLamar-
er and Juva Higbee, Conductors.
Program: Bach: Concerto No. 5, in D Major; (For Solo Piano, Violin,
'lute and Orchestra); Gilbert and Sullivan: Selections from Operas
"The Magnet and the Churn," from "Patience"; "Carefully on Tip-toe
tealing" from "Pinafore"; "Tit-Willow" from "The Mikado"; "When
oeman Bares His Steel" from "The Pirates of Penzance") (Children's
'estival Chorus); Pergolesi-Stock: Aria, "Salve Regina" (Mina Hager)
izet: Suite, "Children's Games"; Carpenter: "Water Colors" ("On a
creen"; "The Odalisque"; "To a Young Gentleman") (Miss Hager);
rotheroe: Cantata, "The Spider and the Fly" (Children's Festival
horus).
The Fourth May Festival concert will be given this evening at 8:15
'clock in Hill Auditorium. Beniamino Gigli, Tenor; Chicago Symphony
'rchestra; Frederick Stock, Conductor.
Program: Mozart: Synphony in G Minor (.Kochel 183) (Allegro con
rio; Andante; Menuetto and 'Trio; Allegro) Flotow: Aria, "M'Appari"
om "Martha" (Beniamino Gigli); Scriabine: Symphony No. 3 in C
[inor ("The Divine Poem") Opus 4 3; Giordano: Aria "Un di' all' azzuro
pazio" from "Andrea Chenier" (Mr. Gigli); Symphonic Poem "The
irens" (Gliere) Meyerbeer: Aria, "O Paradisoe" from "L'Africana"; (Mr.
.igli) Strauss: Emperor Waltzes.
The public is requested to be seated on time as the doors will be
osed during numbers. Holders of season tickets are requested to detach
efore leaving home, and present for admission, coupon numbers 3 and 4
spectively.
Househeads, Chaperdns, and Social Directors; Undergraduate Women:
egular house rules w'l be in farce during the examiniation period and
slong as any students remain in residence.
Women students, except seniors, are expected to leave as soon 'as
:er last examination has been taken. Any student wishing to remain
nger than the day following her last examination is requested to regis-
r in Miss Perry's office in Barbour gymnasium. Jeannette Perry,
Assistant Dean of Women.

Qualifying Examination for Directed Teaching: All students expect-
ing to elect Educatio D100 (Directed Observation and Teaching) or
D150 (Correlated Course in Education) the first semester of next year
arc re quired to pass a qualifying examination in the subject matter in
which the directed teaching is to be done. This examination will be
held in-the Auditorium of the University Hgh' School from 9 to 12 on
Saturday, May 21, 1932. Those who write the examination in English
are required to come from 9 to 12 in the morning and from 1 to 3 in
the afternoon. C. O. Davis, Secretary, School of Education.
Hopwood Awardls: Will all students competing for the major awards
e Mr. Weaver in his office (Room 2218 A.H.) between 8:30 and 9:30 a.m.
or 2:30 and 4 p.m., on Friday, May 20.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
A representative of The Fuller Brush Company will be in the office, 201
Mason Hall, on Friday, May 20, to interview men for permanent employ-
ment. Kindly make appointments with Miss Webber at the office.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Anyone interested in Social Work who lives in or near Detroit will be
interested in a Social Work Seminar offered by Highland Park Y.W.CA.
Occupational information on Mother's Pensions, Child Placement,
Delinquent Juveniles, Public Health, Neighborhood Settlements, Crippled
Children, Y.W.C.A., Case work, Psychiatric Qlinics, will be offered through
lectures, field trips, and interviews.
Those interested can see representatives on Monday, May 23, at 4:10,
at the office of the Bureau, 201 Mason Hall.
ACADEMIC,,NOTIC S
Geology II: Bluebook today.
Geology 31: Bluebook today.
Sociology 154 (Marshall Levy): Students in Modern Social Problems
who must take the final examination early should prepare a brief writ-
ten statement giving the reason and indicating when, between June 1
and June 6, they can take the examination. These statements may be
left with Professor Carr at lecture Monday morning.
EXHIBITION
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.
EVENTS TODAY
R.O.t.C. Review for' Governor Brucker, Ferry Field. Rol call 5:07 p.m.
This ceremony is substituted for regular drill companies for this week.
In case of rain, ceremony in Field House.
Tool Engineering will be discussed in Room 1300, East Engineering
building, on Friday, May 20, at 8 o'clock.
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?"
Mi. Parker will speak on "The influence of tool engineering upon the
machine tool industry." All students interested are invited to attend.
Varsity Aand: Meet at Morris Hall at 4:30 in uniform to receive
instructions for R.O.TC. Review scheduled for 5 p.m.
International Good Will Day: On Sunday, May 22, at 8 p.m., Charles
Rand Kennedy's "The Terrible Meek" will be presented by the Wesley
Players and motion pictures of the League of Nations and No More War
Movement will be shown at a Union Service of Ann Arbor Churches in
the Congregational church. The public is invited. Dr. Onderdonk's
collection of war photographs, cartoons, and posters will be exhibited
at the church and can be viewed before or after the meeting.
COMING EVENTS
Presentation of Student Plays: Next week Wednesday and Thursday,
May 25 and 26, Play Production and the Department of English will
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omprehensive Professional Examination in Education: Under the
itions of the School of Education all the candidates for the Teach-
'ertiflcate (except those receiving a Graduate degree this June)
equired to pass a Comprehensive Professional Examination' in
tion before they are eligible for recommendation for the Certi-
The next examination of this kind will be held on Saturday.
N, in thQ Auditorium of the University High School. Owing to the
. of th examination it will be, necessary to begin it at 8 o'clock
) o'clock as prevously stated). For' the(average students the time
is likely to be required to complete the work will be about four
Students must plan accordingly. . C. 0. Davis.
cbers of the Ilonor Guard will
to Dr. May at the Waterman
asium at 4:30 p.m., Thursday,

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versity Women: All University
n, whether or not they re
le for campus activities, are
to ioin in the march on Lan-
\ight. This starts at 7 o'clock
iesday, May 24, at the Palmer
ral Union Ushers: Report at
Auditorium at 1:45 p.m., for
oncert this afternoon and on
clay afternoon.
versity Bureau of Appoint-
s and Occupational unforma-
A representative of McLellan
s company will be in the office
1 son Hall, at 4:10 on Tuesday,
24, to talk to men interested
nployment with that organ-
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