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~MICHIGA DAIL.N.THE MiC.HIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY2,l932.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
the President until 3:30; 11:30 a.m. Saturday.

VOL XLI.

SUNDAY, MAY 22, 1932

No. 169

NOTICES
NOTICE TO SENIORS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS!
Only three more days remain for the payment of the diploma fees.
There will be absolutely no extension beyond 4 p.m., Wednesday, May 25.
Shirley W. Smith.
Automobile Regulation: The following schedule will marke the lift-
ing of the Automobile Regulation for students in various colleges and
departments of the University:
Literary College, Engineering College, College of Pharmacy, School
of Education, School of Business Ad., School of Music, School of Forestry,
Graduate Department, June 14, 1932, at 12 o'clock noon.
Medical College: Seniors, June 3, 1932 at 5 p.m.; Juniors, May 28,
1932, at 5 p.m.; Sophomores, May 27, 1932, at 5 p.m.; Freshmen, June 9,
1932, at 5 p.m.
Law School: Seniors, June 9, 1932, at 5 p. m.; Juniors, June 8, 1932,
at 5 p.m.; Freshmen, June 7, 1932, at 5 p.m.
Dental School: Seniors, June 9, 1932, at 12 o'clock noon; Juniors,
June 11, 1932, at 12 o'clock noon; Freshmen, June 9, 1932, at 12 noon.
All students' enrolled in the above departments will be required to
adhere strictly to the foregoing schedule. W. B. Rea,
Assistant to the Dean.
University Lecture: Dr. Wilfred D. Hambly, Assistant Curator of
African Ethnology in the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, willI
speak on "Primitive tribes of Angola, Portuguese West Africa," Thursday,
May 26, at 4:15 p.m., in Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture will
be illustrated with slides and motion pictures. The public is invited.
To the Members of the University Council (Corrected Notice): There.
will be a meeting of the University Council on Monday, May 23, in the
Alumni Memorial Hall, Room B, at 4:15 p.m., at which time two com-
munications will be considered: (1) report of the Standing Committee
or> Student Relations, concerning University Discipline, and (2' the
report of the Committee on Questionnaires. Copies of these reports will
be mailed to members of the Council, and are available to all members
of the University Senate. Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
The University Institute of Adult Education, sponsored by the Ex-
tension Division of the University of MichigaN in co-operaton wth the
Michigan State Federation of Women's Clubs, opens on the campus on
Monday morning, May 23, and continues through the entire week.
Two general sessions and two special sessions of the Institute will
be held each day. The general sessions convene at 10:30 a.m., and 1:30
p.m., and the special sessions at 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. The following
subjects will be discussed at the general sessions by University profes-
sors: The Univerity and the State; The University and Adult Education;
The Club Program-Objectives; The University and Physical Education
of Women; The Club Program-Methods; The University and Culture;
The Club Program-Typical Study Outlines; The University and Citizen-
ship; Civic Leadership and the Press, and The Washington Bicentennial.,
The lecture subjects at the special sesions are: Drama; International
Relations; Fine Arts, and Health.
All women students are invited to attend the lectures If they so
desire upon presentation of any University Identification.
Tle 1932 Dramate Season, opens tomorrow night in the Lydia Men-
delssohn theatre with Violet Hening and Lester Vail in "There's Always
Juliet" by John Van Druten. The curtain will rise promptly at 8:15
o'clock, and as Miss Heming is on the stage at the beginning of the first
act the audience is urged to be in their seats by this time,
Robert Henderson, Director.
The Avery Hopwood Prizes: At the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre on
Thursday, May 26, at 4:30 p.m., Dean Robert M. Lovett, of the University
of Chicago, will speak on the subject "Creative Writing on a University
Campus." Winners of the Avery Hopwood Prizes will be announced. The
public is invited.
1(ousehead s, Chaperons, and Social Directors; Undergraduate Women:
Regular house rules wil be in force during the examination period and
as long as any students remain in residence.

Women students, except seniors, are expected to leave as soon as
their last examination has been taken. Any student wishing to remain
longer than the day following her last examination is requested to regis-
ter in Miss Perry's office in Barbour gymnasium. Jeannette Perry,
Assistant Dean of Women.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
A representative of the McLellan Stores company will be in the office,
201 Mason Hall, at 4:10 p.m., Tuesday, May 24, to talk to men interested
in employment with that organization. Will those interested kindly
notify Miss Webber at the Bureau.
Tiiiversity Iltireau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Anyone interested ii Social Work who lives in or near Detroit will be
interesttd in a Social Work Seminar offered by Highland Park Y.W.C.A.
Occupa ion :1 in formnation on Motlher's Pensions, Child Placement,.
Delinquent Juveiles, Public Health, Neig;hborhood Settlements, Crippled
Children, Y.W.C.A., Case work, Psychiatric Clinics, 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.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
Representatives of the Home Life Insurance company of New York will
present in Room 205 Mason Hall, Wednesday, May 25, at 4:10, for the
purpose of presenting to men and women the possibilities and oppor-
tunities the Life Insurance business offers as a life's work.
University Women: All University women, whether or not they are
eligible for campus activities, are urged to join in the march on Lantern.
Night. This starts at 7 o'clock, Tuesday, May 24, at the Palmer Field.
Amateur Photographers: All interested in putting pictures on exhi-
bition, Tuesday, May 24, at the meeting of the Camera Club, will please
leave them at Francisco Boyce Camera Shop on North University before
noon on Tuesday.
Freshmen, Sophomores. Juniors, and Seniors: The 1932 Michigan-
ensian will be distributed Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
from nine to five in the new Press building. After Thursday copies may
be procured at the Michiganensian office in the old Press building.
Choral Union Music: The music deposit of $2.50 will be refunded to
all members in the University Choral Union who return all of their
music books in good condition, at the office of the School of Music
between the hours of 10 and 12 and 1 and 4 o'clock, daily, not later than
Friday, May 27. After that late refunds will not be made.
ACADEMIC NOTICES
English 107 (Mr. Brown), will meet in Room 2235 Monday, at 4 p.m.
M.E. 32 Road Test: Sections I, II and III meet at 8 a.m., Monday.
Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively. Be prepared to spend the day
out of town on the road.
Graduating Senior Engineers: Please call for your sets of Drawing I,
IT and III plates at Room 412 West Engineering building between Mon.-
day, May 23 and Saturday, June 4--office hours: 9-12, 1:30-5.
EXHIBITIONS
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
Senior Ball Committee: Import-
ant meeting at 5 o'clock in the
Union. Everyone please attend.
Beta Kappa Rho patronesses are
giving a picnic this afternoon at
Cavanaugh Lake. Cars will leave
the League building at 4:30. Please
telephone your intentions to the
office of Dean of Women at once.
Campus Forum: "The Repara-
tions Problem" will be discussed at
3 p.m., at an all-campus forum in
Natural Science auditorium. Pro-
lessors Pollock, Slosson and Wat-
kins will be the speakers, present-
ing the political science, historical,
and economic points of view, re-
spectively. There will be no charge.

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Wesley hall: At 6 p.m., Dr. J. A.
Ialmhuber, District Superintend-
ent,, will speak on the General
Conference. Socal hour and cost
st.lpper will follow.
Presbyterian Young People's So-
ciety: Student Class for Freshmen
Men and Women, 9:30, at Church
House; Social Hour 5:30, and Stu-
dent Meeting 6:30. This evening
there is to be a fellowship meeting
and installation of the new cabinet.
Baptist Guild, 6:30, Professor W.
Carl Rufus will speak on "Towards
an Oriental Point of View." Friend-
ship Hour at 5:30.
Freshman Girls' Glee Club mem-
bers must attend the Freshman
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