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TILE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OFFICIAL BULLETIN

lication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to al members of the
versity. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President until
11:30 a. m. Saturday.

FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1933

No. 143

NOTICES
Special Convocation of the University: A special convocation of the
University will be held promptly at 11:00 a. m., Friday, April 21, in Hill
Auditorium, on which occasion there will be an address by the Honorable
Samuel Seabury, former Judge of the Court of Appeals of the State of
New York, on the subject "Some Contemporary Developments in Munici-
pal Government." Members of the faculties, students, and the public are
invited to attend.
In order to permit faculty members and students to attend the convo-
cation the Deans of the various schools and colleges have given permis-
sion for instructors to dismiss classes held at the convocation hour if
they so desire or to excuse from class attendance individual students who
desire to attend the convocation.
University Loan Committee: The Loan Committee will meet on Tues-
day, April 25, at 1:30 p. m., in Room 2, University Hall. Studepts who have
filed applications with the Office of the Dean of Students should call at
that office for an appointment with the Committee.
J. A. Bursley, Chairman
Sophomore, Junior and Senior Engineers: Mid-semester reports for
grades below C are now on file and open to inspection in the office of the
Assistant Dean, Room 259 West Engineering Building.
A. H. Lovell, Assistant Dean
Parke-Davis Trip: Students and faculty members of the College of
Pharmacy are to be guests of Parke, Davis and Company, April 21, for an
inspection trip through their laboratories. All who plan to go should arrive
at the Parke, Davis Administrative Office Building at one o'clock this
afternoon.
Tau Beta Pi: New members can get their keys by calling at Room 327
West Engineering Bldg., Saturday from 9:00 until 12:00 (a. m.)
ACADEMIC NOTICES
Geology 31: There will not be a lecture today, but the regular class will
be held Monday.
English 212d (Hawkins): This class will meet at 10 a. m. on Sat-
urday, April 22, in Room 3212 Angell Hall.
Geology 11: Bluebook Friday at 9:00.
Polish Language Class resumed. To be conducted by Mr. Stephen
Piatkowski in Room 1020 Angell Hall every Friday, 7:30 p. in.
EXHIBITION
Ann Arbor Art. Association announces an exhibition of paintings select-
ed from the 45th Annual American Artists' Exhibition, from the Art Insti-
tute of Chicago. The pictures will be on view in the Alumni Memorial Hall
from 1 to 5 daily, from April 21 to May 12.
EVENTS TODAY
Delta Epsilon 1i: Regular meeting 8 p. in., Michigan Union. Installa-
tion of Officers.
Military Ball Committee: Meeting at 5 o'clock in R. O. T. C. Head-
quarters.
Theosophical Society: Mrs. E. N. Pearson, of Detroit, will speak on
"THE MAGIC OF THE MIND" at 8:00 p. in., Michigan League. The
public is invited to attend.
Orthodox Jewish Students: Regular services held promptly at 5:30

p. in., with Rabbi Heller officiating.
COMING EVENTS
Romance Journal Club will meet
Monday, April 24, at 4:10 in R.L. 108.
Mr. T. A. McGuire will speak on "The
Role of Women in the Chansons de
Gestes," and Professor Ehrhard, on
"Problems of Modern French Philo-
logy." Graduate students and others
interested are cordially invited.
Graduate Outing Club : Supper
hike Saturday for all graduates and
friends. Meet in front of Angell Hall
at 2:30 and bring fifteen cents.
Black Quill meets Tuesday, 8:00
p. in,, at the League.
Faculty Women's Club: The an-
nual meeting and luncheon will be
held Thursday, April 27, at one
o'clock in the ballroom of the Michi-
gan League.
Upper Room Bible Class extends
a cordial invitation to all University
men to spend an hour of good fel-
lowship in the Upper Room, Lane
Hall, at 7:00 p. m. Saturday. Mr.
Chapman will speak on "Education
and Character."'
Reformed and Christian Reformed
Students: Dr. P. Berkhout will speak'
at the Reformed services Sunday at
9:30 a. in. in the Michigan League
Chapel.
Liberal Students' Union: Prof. C.
D. LaRue will speak on "Depression
-1950." Unitarian church, Sunday,
7:30 o'clock.,
At the morning services, Mr. Mar-<
ley's topic will be "Bernard Shaw-I
The Black Girl, and Life Questing."
TO INSPECT DETROIT PLANT I
Students and faculty of the CollegeI
of Pharmacy here will make a tour.
of inspection of the Parke-Davis
Company plant in Detroit today.
It is found that sudden noises raise
brain pressure to a greater extent'
than powerful drugs used as shock-
ing agents.

Model League Of Note'
Nationlis To MetII
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on actual experience in addition to D
his classroon and research work, for
he has served in the Opium Section1

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of the League of Nations' Secretariat
and has been one of the joint secre-
taries of the Anti-Opium Society,
with headquarters in London.
The Friday program will open with
registration and assignment of rooms
at Mc~enny Hall, with luncheon in
this building at noon. At 1:30 p. m.
Clyde R. Ford, acting president of
Michigan State Normal College, will
give an address of welcome after the
seating of the delegation and the
call to order. The report of the cre-
dentials committee, the election of a
president, the adoption and distrib-
ution of the agenda, and the consti-;
tution of committees and distribution
of work will complete this part of
the day's work.
At 2:30 p. m. the Committee of 21
(the Committee of 19 with the addi-
tion of Canada and Holland) will
discuss the recent Japanese with-
drawal from the League and her con-,
tinued military activity in China. A,
business meeting, a banquet, and an
address by Dr. P. H. Stevenson of
China will follow. From 9 until 11:40
p. m. a dance will be given in Mc-
Kenny Hall.
Saturday, the Fourth, Fifth, and
Sixth Committees will meet for con-
sideration of the secretariat, opium,
and Liberian question. A luncheon
address by Ralph Walker of Cleve-
land, and reports of the three stand-
ing committees and the closing ad-
dress by the president of the assemb-
ly will conclude the Model Assembly's
two-day program.
WUE 11THl
- Lst tines Today
"ilE MATCH KING"
Sattrday Only-
JOHN WAYNE
in "THE BIG STAMPEDE"

A marked increase in contagiousj
cases among students was noted for
the month of March, according to a
report issued yesterday by Dr. War-
ren E. Forsythe, director of the
Health Service. There were 19 re-1
ported contagious disease cases lastI
month, as compared with only three
such cases for the same month last
year. Infectious jaundice, termed "a
less recognized contagious disease,"
was most prevalent, 10 cases being
treated. There were only three in
March, 1932.
Dispensary calls totaled 10,536, in-
firmary patients 145, hospital pa-
tients 141, and mental hygiene inter-
views 1,675. There was but one
death. "The continued increased
use of the mental hygiene service is
gratifying," stated Dr. Forsythe.
The Health Service took care of
1,170 acute respiratory infection
cases, nine cases of acute appendi-
citis, and 86 cases of tinea.
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