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THE

ICHIGAN DAILY

ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
on1 In the Bulletin to constructiv~e notice to ill MemIberu Of the
y. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President unilU
10 a. mn. Saturday.I

Schools of Education, Music, Business Ad., Forestry and the Graduate
School:
Please preserve the following schedule. It will not appear
again until Thursday, June 1, and no off-prints will be issued.
Each course in the College of L. S. & A., and ins the School of Music
has been given a group letter for examination purposes. Many courses
appearing in the announcement of the Graduate School carry these group
letters also.

_LI I°

THURSDAY, MAY, 4, 1933

No. 154

NOTICES
R~egstration for Summer Field Courses in Geology and Geography:
Students planning to elect the field courses in geology and geography given
during the Summer Session at Mill Springs Kentucky, should consult the
listructors in charge of these courses as soon as possible in order to receive
permission to register. The instructors will be found in the following of-
flees:
G. M. Elers, courses in stratigraphical geology.......... 1535 Museum
I. D. Scott, courses in physiography,..... ............4055 Nat. Sci.
R. B. Hall, courses in geography..... ........ ......1 lAngell Hall
Students receiving permission to register should at once begin inocula-
tion against typhoid at the Health Service. This inoculation is given over a
period of two weeks. It should be started immediately to insure maximum
imimunity.
Mimeographed circulars, giving detailed information regarding assemb-
ly of the field parties, personal equipment, supplies for courses, mail and
shipment of baggage, m~ay be obtained from the instructors in charge
of the courses.
Thie Un~iversity B~ureau of Appointments and Ocupational Information
the Business and Professiona~l Women's Club of Ann Arbor extend an invi-
tation to all university women to attend a lecture by Dr. Lillian Gilbreth,
an industrial engineer of outstanding national reputation. Dr. Gilbreth will
speak on The Challenge of Today's Problems to Women, Friday, May 5, at
O :00 p. in., Michigan League, in the Grand Rapids room.
Gertrude Muxen, Counseor on Ocuational Information
May Festival Tickets: The "OV1ER THE COUNTER" sale of season
tickets for the May Festival, will begin, Saturday morning, May 6, at 9
o'clock at thae School of Music and will continue indefinitely. Prices for
sason tickets are $6.04, $7.0, and $8.00. The period for accepting Festival
coupons from season Choral Union tickets, has been extended until further
notice, thus reducing the price for season tickets to $3.00, $4.00 and $5.00
each.
Tickets for individual Festival concerts will 'go on sale at the office of
the School of Music, Saturday morning, May 13, at 9 o'clock. Prices: $1.00,
$1.50, and $2.00 each.
Orders for either season tickets or single concert tickets received at the
office of the School of Music, with remittane to cover, preceding these
dates, will be filled in advance in sequence.
U~niversity JBureau of Appointments and Occupational Infornatki The
Bureau has received an announcem~ent of Civil Service examinations to be
given for the following positions: Junior Pharzmacist, $2,000; Assistant
Pharmaceutic Aide, $1,62Q. For further information please call at the of-,
fice, 201 Mlason Hall.
P1harmnitcy Inspection Trip:. All pharmacy students intending to go to
Battle Creek and Kalam'azoo to inspect the Kellogg Company and the Up-
john Company plants Friday, May 5, should notify Miss Grace in the office
of the College of Pharmacy not later than Thursday noon, May 4.
InternIational Stud~ent Coxiferepie to bie held in the Michigan Union

GROUP

DATE OF EXAM.

GROUP

DATE OF EXAM.

A
B'
C
D
E
F
Gr
H
I
X

Tues. A. M.,
Fri. A. M.
Thurs. A. M.
Sati. A. M.
Sat. P. M.
Mona. A. M.
Mon. iP. M.
Tues. A. M.
Fri. P. M.
Each course in

June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June

6
9
8
3
10
12
5
13
9

J
K
L
m
N
0
P
Q
R

Thur's.
Sat.
'Tues.
Mon.
Wed.
Mon.
-Wed.
Tues.
Sat.
examined

P.M.
P. M.
P. M.
P. M.
P. M.
A. M.
A. M.
P. M.
A. M.

June.
June
June
June
June
June
June
June
June

8
13
12
7
5
7
6
10

Group X may be

at anytime mutuallyI

agree upon by class and instructor.a
Other 'courses not carrying the group letters will be examined as
follows :.

CLASSES DATE OF EXAMS.

CLASSES DATE OF EXAMS.

Mon.
Mon.
Mon.
Mon.
Mon.
Mon.
Mon.

at 8 Tues.
at 9 Fri.
at 10 Thurs.
at 11 Sat.
at 1 Sat.
at 2 Mon.
at 3 Mon.

A. M.
A. M.
A. M.
A. M.
P.MV.
A. M.
P. M.

June
June
June
June
June
June
June

6
9
8
10
12
5

Tues.
Tues.
Tues.
Tues.
Tues.
Tues.
Tues.

at 8 Tues.
at 9 Fri.
at 10 Thurs.
at 11 Sat.
at 1 Tues.
at 2 Mon.
at 3 Wed.

A. M.
P. M.
P. M.
P. M.
P. M.
P. M.
P. M.
follows :

June
June
June
June
June
June
June

13
9'
8'
3
13
12
7

geology; HJarold Daniel Koenig in
Intiation For physics; John D. Kraus in physics;
B y Koloman Lehotsky in forestry; Jo-
1 49 Is 1e d siah Lincoln Lowe in botany; Peter
' ' J. Me rkus in chemical engineering;
rrnest Lavon Miner in botany; Har-
IIonor S ce old Vincent Nyland in chemical engi-
Societyneering; Charles R. Owens in chemi-
(Coninue fro Pag l)cal engineering; E. G. Purdom in!
~ontnuedfromPage1) -physics; Clarence A. Siebert in chem-
cry;.Henry S. Hulbert, curator of the ical engineering; Robert Lormer
Observatory; John W. Klimek, assist- S mi th in chemical engineering;
ant in Pasteur Institute in charge of Robert Worth Smith in physics;
water analysis, bacteriology; FraAzis Margaret D. Stearns in geology; Dun-
C. McMath, curator of the observa- can Stewart, Jr., in geology; John F.
tory; Robert C. McMath, curator of M. White in chemical engineering;
the observatory; and Prof:' Hayden James E. Wilson in chemical engi-
C. Nicholson on the physiology de- neering; Kuang Wu in zoology; Ta
partment, in physiology. You Wu in physics; Ralph Emerson
Alumni members. elected were: Yeatter in zoology.
Richard Harry Harrington, Chemi- Graduate students attaining fullj
cal Engineering, Associate 1928; membership: Dji-Lih Bao in psy-
Frederick Kroeber Sparrow, Jr., echology; Yuanting T. Chu in zoology;
Botany. Siao-sung Djang in psychology;
Graduate students promoted to George Dubpernell in chemistry;
full membership from associates: George Harlowe Evans in chemistry;
Arthur Adel in physics; Donald Jules Harry R. Gamrath in chemistry;
Ameel in zoology; Charles F. Bassett Bassford Case Getchell in mathema-
in geology; Martin E. Berman in tics; Wallace E. Gordon in chemis-
Electrical engineering; W. Herbert try: Robert Lorimer Grant in phys-
Bixby in electrical engineering; Gail iology chemistry; Thomas N. E. Gre-l
Paul Brewington in physics; Claude- ville in mathematics; N o r m a n
ous J. D. Brown in zoology; Wilfred Edouard Hartwig in zoology; George
Alexander Bychinsky in electrical en- Birdseye Hatch in chemistry; Cyrus
gineering; Oren Carlyle Cessna in, L. Lundell in botany; Mary Gerla~h
chemical engineering; Elmer P. Chea- Malone in Chemistry; Ross W. Mosh-
tumn in zoology; Jean Elizabeth ier in chemistry; Henry Muyskens in
Davidson. in botany; Harvey De- physics; William Marsh Myers ins
Briein zoology; Donald W. Doug- geology, mineralogy; 1bert S. Ro'w-
lass in zoology; Howard Kay Gloyd land in chemical engineering; Angus
in zoology; G. Miller Hebbard in Smith Roy in physics; Alfredl K. Sil-
hemial eginerin; Hoardberman. in physiological chemistry;
Charles Hoyt in physics; Robert; Helen Ruth Sternberger in chemis-,
Merrill Hubbard in chemical engi-l try; Lawrence Cooper Stuart in zoo-1
neerng;Ralph Willard Imlay in1 logy; Agnes A. True in psychology;!
_____-- Victor Julius Tulane in physiological)
on the subject "Economic Aspects of chemistry; Mary C. Van Tuyl in psy-
European Housing Programs." Brief chology; Charles William Walton, Jr.,
business meeting-music by a string in chemistry; Stewart Way in engi-
trio from the School of Music. Re-' neering mechanics; Emil Edwin Wei-
Ifreshments. Members may bring bel in engineering mechanics; Irvin{
~guests. # Carson Young in :psychology.1

"Over the Counter" Sale
of Course Tickets begins
Sot., May 6, at 9. A.M.
at the School of Music.
1. WednesdaIy Evening, 8:15-May 17
Nina Koslotz...... Soprano
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
Frederick Stock... Conductor
Overture to '"Russlan oand
Ludmiila.....................Glin1ka
Aria from "Russlan and
Ludmuilla" ..................O .lika
N1ina Koslietz.
Ton(, Poem, "Thus' Spak~e Zara-
thstli~'Op. 30............ S stss
Aria, "Lottcer Scene"' from
-Eugecne Onegin..' ...... Tchlkov ky
Mi ss Koshetz
Symphon y!No. 12., G minor,
Op. 35 ................ Allikovtsky
Song,? and Dances of Death,
M'oussorg: ky
Miss Koshetz
Polka and 10uguo. from "$cliwnda.
the ]3agpipe-Placyer"' . Wceizaler;'rI

MAY
FESTIVAL

Further, the courses listed below will be examined as
Education A-i, Wednesday P. M., June 7.

I

Education B-20. Monday
Education C-i, Saturday
Business Administration7
Business' AdministrationJ
Business; Administration
Business, Administration]
Business, .Administration r

J. M., June 5.
A. M., June 10.

102,
122,
152,
162,
202,

Wed. A. M., June 7.
Tues.P. 1M., June 6
Mon. P. M., June 5.
Sat. A. M., June 10.
Mon. A. M., June 5.

EXAMINATION HOURS -- A.M., 9-12; P. M., 2-5
Any class not- included in the above schedule may be examined at any
time an which the iii'tructor and the class concerned may agree.
Each student taking practical work in music in the School of Music
will be given an iitdividual examination. All such students should report
to the office of the Director of Music, and sign up, on blanks now available
there,* for a specified, examination period.1
Regular class work will continue until Friday night, June 2.

11. T1hursday Even ing, 8:15--May 18
Chase Barom~eo.....Boss
Jaschta Heifetz ., .Violinist
Palmier Christian Organist
University Choral Union
Chicago Symiphon~y Orchestra
Earl V. Moore and
Frederick Stock , Conductors
"I1n the Facry Hills ............... 1ax
ArIu. "Coiufutatis Mulecdictis" from
1;'1ase f43aroifxwo
'')elhaazz:;ai's Feat" ......... Walton
M~lr. Barronieo, Chorus, 01,ctu)r, Organ
IN7 ;tl MISt; [ION
C ti'cr ol in1. 1) major.
O1). 77....................il 11115
Jascha fleif07~

Students in Education: The following are the dates set for various
kinds of examinations required by the School of Education:
I. Subject Matter Qualifying Examinations required before D100 may
be elected : Saturday, May 20, at 8 o'clock (not 9 o'clock).
11. Comprehensive Professional Examination required of all students
planning to take the teacher's certificate : Saturday, May 20, at
8:30 o'clock. Special Note: All persons expecting to take this ex-
amination are asked to leave their names with Miss Clark in
Room 1437 U.E.S. at once.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary
EVENTS TODAY

LASMIfILv I) 1)1LLIut I

May
The

4, 5, 6, 7. Time of Conference:
Model World Economic Conference Thursday, May 4.
Commi-ission meetings at 2:34 p.,in., Rooms 319 and 316. First
Plenary Session and President Alexander 0. R~uthven's Address
of Welcome ',All the World's a Stage" at 7:30 p. m. Ballroom

Friday, May 5.
Commission mneetings at 2:30 p. in., Room 319 and 316. Final
Plenary Session at 7:45 p. in., Room 316.-
Conference on World Politics Saturday, May 6.
Commiission meetings at 10 :00 a. m. and 1:45 p.min nloom
319 and 316.-
General Session at 7:15 p. mn., in Room 31.
Conference on World Society Sunday, May 7.
Commission on Religion at 9:00 a.,in., Lobby. Commission
meetings at 2:00 p. in., Rooms 316 and 319. General Session
and Dr. Frederick B. Fisher's Address "The Significance of the
Conference," Lobby.
Alpha Epsilon Ifu: Members wishing to secure tickets for Spring For-
mal, May 5, may do so by calling one of' the following :
Wellington Huntley, 2-18388 Charles Ruegnitz, 3944; Curtis, 2-3691;
John Doegey, 7472.
Sophomore Engineers: 1935-All those planning to purchase a 1935
class jacket please remem~ber that the time limit for orders on jackets is
Fr'iday, May 5. This is for those jackets to be delivered this semester. Or-
ders and measurements are being taken at. Saffell and Bush, clothing store.
There must be a $2 deposit with every order with the balance to pay on de-
livery.
Senior Engineers: Orders will be taken for announcements and invi-
tations from 9-li and 1-3 today. Second floor West Engineering Bldg.
Seniors--Literary College: Commencements and initations will be on
sale in Angell Hall lobby from 10:00 a. m, until 3:00 p. mn. today.
ACADMIC NOTICES

Observatory Journal Club meets at 4:15, in the Observatory lecture
room. Dr. Hazel M. Losh will review "Characteristic Features of Solar
Proinences" by Edison Pettit.. Tea will be served at 3 :45.
Applied Mechanics Colloquium: Mr. E. E. Weibel will give a paper
on "Stress Analysis by7 the Photoelastic Method" and a demonstration of
apparatus. Mr. John Maul betsch will review recent literature at 7:30 p. mn.
in Room 445 West Engineering Building. All interested are cordially in-
vtdto attend and take part in the discussion.
Political Science Journal Club meets in the Political Science Seminar
R~ooi, 3 ;QPto 5 00 p. m- All graduate students are expected to attend..
The A.S.M.E. Stuident Branch will hold its final meeting of the year at
8:00 p. in., Michigan Union. Officers for next year will be elected.
Professor H. C. Anderson will speak on "Public Utility Prices."
All members are urged to be present.
AA.Ch.E. Student Branch: Meeting at 7:30 p. in., Chapter Rooms,
3201 East Eng. Bldg. Speaker: Mr. E. C.- Burdick of the Dow Chemical
Co., on "Chemical Patents."
Quarterdeck Society: Important business meeting in Room 340, West
Engineering Building, at 7:30 p. in.
Phi Sigma: Very, important short business meeting, Thursday, 7 o'clock
sharp, Room 1139 Natural Science building. Elections and an important
amendment to be brought up. A full attendance is urged.
Phi Eta Sigmn,. Intiation ceremony at 5:00 p. in., at the Union. Ban-
quet to follow.
LeCercle Francisa: Meeting at 8:00 p. in., Michigan League. Program
and refreshments.,

CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
Place advertisements with Classiflod
Advertising Department. Phone 2-1,114.
The classified column s close at three
jo'clock previous to day of Inserti.
lBox numbers may be secured at no
extra charge.
Cash In advAnce-HeI per reading line
{on basis of five' average words to
line) for one or twko insertions.
Minimum 3 linies per irn.ertiob.
lOc per reading line for three or more
insertions.
Telephone rate-15c per reading line
for one or two lnserftions.
14c pe'r reading line for three or more
Insertions.
10% discount If paid within ten days
from the date of last insertion.
Minimum three lines per Insertions.
By. contract, per linea-2 lines daily, one
month..................Be
4 lines E. 0. D., 2 months........ B
2 lines dai ly, college year..........7e
4 lines E. 0. D., college yea~r....... 7c
100 lines used as desired........ 9c
300 linies used as desired....... ....Be
1,000 lines used as desired ......... 7
2,000 lines used as desired......6e
The above. rates. are per reading line,
based on eight reading lines per inch.
ionic type, upper and lower case. Add
6^ per line to above rates for all capital
letters. Add 6c per line to above for
gold face, upper and lower case. Add
10c per, line to above rates for bold face
capital letters.
The above rates are for 71/2 point type.
TYPING
TYPE WRITING-And Mimeograph-
ing promptly and neatly done in
our shop by experienced operators,
at moderate rates. 0. D. Morrill,
The Typewriter & Statonery Store,
314 S. State St. lOix
TYPING--Mimeographing, Binding.
Quality at the right price. Brumi-
field & Brumnfield, 308 S. State.
5Ox
TYPING-Notes, Papers, and Grad.
theses. Clyde Heckart, 3423. 35x

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Late '29 Ford roadster,
$50 and radio. A-i shape. Call 522G;.
417
LAUNDRY - Soft water. 2-1044.
Towels free. Socks darned. 13c
STUlDENT. - And family washing
careful work at lowest prices. Ph.
3006. 6
NOTICE
BLUE BIRD BOOK NOOK, lending
library. 5c daily. Clean covers. Uni-
versity Music House. 10:30 to 5:30.
21ic
HAVE-Your snap shots. developed
at Francisco Boyce, 719 N. Univer-
sity. Here fine work is the tradi-
t ion, 29c I
WANTED
WANTED-MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 4, 5, 6, and 7 dollars.
Phone Ann Arbor' 4306. Chicago
Buyers. 34c
MAJESTIC
NOW PLAYING
Double Feature
SHARPEN
YOUR.ITIS-
Steel your
iterves - ,,

lil. Friday Afternoon, 2:31-MAay 19
Rose Bampton ,. Contralto
'young People's Festival
Chorus
Juva Higbee and
Eric Delamarter ..- Conductiors
Ov-1rt11-. "The marriage of
Atria, "Chic faro semia Em-ldice"
froi z"0110 ed EAiidice.C. luck
Symphony "O'~ford" In G
major.............. ...aydn
Groups of Sonig;:.
:erenade .................TO Wi
cotmntry Gres.....Gane
"The Little Dust Man'....... Brahims
'Young People's Festivatl Chorus
Aria. "Il est Dour, 11 est Bon"
from "IHerdd.p.ton ..Massanet
"Elegy and Waltz" from Seren-
ado for Strings..........T 'Clalovsky
Cantata: ."Spring Rapture ........Gaul

!V. ~~~ Evening, 8:15-May 19
Crete Stueckgold .-Soprano
Chicao Sym~phony Orchestra
Frederic~k Stock .-Conductor
Richiardi Wagner 181341883
-The Flying Dutniau"
Overture
Sen1ta's Ballad
(.f etc Stiuccklcld
"Taauxhwuser"
teollaniale (Paris Versiol) and Finale
from thte Overtur ie
Elizabeth, ~Prayer
Aline. Stucthgvd
'Tril~tarn and Isolcte"
Selections from t act ITT
OArraalged for conncert perfornnmmmc by
Frederickt Stock)
"Rhlinegold-
I itlale-htntru e of tU ;()1:
"'wa-l h u 1c"
liccno
Dl ic. titucsckgoldr
" ilt 5frlcd''
Sirgf'rif~cl inlthe Forest
-Gotte~rdn-inmerung"
Hong nc tho Rihll iMairli(i4
iclCrtrl's Death rand 1tiueraI 1March
F'~iac

Final Examination Schedulie, Collegecs of L. S. & A. and Pharmacy,

1.

n. C. Sherri ff 's Epiac of the Trenches

..JO UJzINEYS ENDO"

ALL SEATS 5oc
PHONE 4121-789
For Reservations

J *

TONIGHT DEDICATED
TO MICHIGAN
R.0. T. C.

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Tonight
Tomortrow LABORATORY'
Saturday

I1

Curtain
1'HEATRE at
8:30

...

Polonia Literary Circle meets at
7:30 p. in., Michigan League. All
inembers urged to be' present.
Varsity Glee Club : Rehearsal 8:00
p. in., Union. It is important that
all members be present.
Interpretive Arits Society : The pro-
, gramz at 4:10 in Room 205 Mason
Hall will consist of the best of the
lyrics from Tennyson and Br'owning.
These will be interpreted by several
students from the classes in Oral In-
terpretation. The public is cordially
invi'ted.
COMNG EVENTS
Open HIouse, College of Architec-
ture: The College of Architecture
Open House will be held Friday, May
5, from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock. There
will be interesting exhibits of the
students' work in the building and
tea will be served in the library. The
public is cordially invited to attend.
Graduate Students in English are
invited to a tea on Friday afternoon,
May 5, at 4:30 in the Alumnae Room
of the Michigan League to be given
by the English Department.
Luncheon meeting of the Alumni
Club Scholarship Women at the
Michigan League, Friday noon, 12
o'clock, Russian Tea Room. Dean
Lloyd, Dr. Bell, and Miss Perry will
be present.
University Club: Annual meeting,
PT~ri r, T Mfn,, i R q() nm rn.. fl.. nrv

Guy Maier ahid
Lee Pattison
Chicgo Symphony
Freedrick Stock

Orchestra,
. Conductor

.

V .1;t1 rc4atun i Aflraooln, 2:39--llay 201

19- DRAMATIC SEASON
Monday, May 22, through Wcdnesdoy, June 21
"One of the First Acting Con panies in America!"

Overt~ire to '121w Improvisi-
atore......... ...Albert
Sv3mpirwy No, 1,. Fimiior, Op.
i13......................... lbeilut
Cvni c t( in C2 minor. No. 1, for
TWo Piano amid Strings........ Iachi
Guy Maier and Le Ia"tion
'"Natchez-oil-thc-ll"IP'(Three vlrginlaii
Country
Dmiccs), Op. 30 ...............Powell
Balladir. "Kind Fstamere.'" for
two pianos and orcher tra ....Inowerby
Mr. Maler and Mr. Vattison~

f.
:::;
M,
}:

Tonm POWERS and 'Edith BAR RETT
in "ANOTHER LANGUAGE"-:: VIOLET
IIEMING, Henry HULL, *Rose HOBART
and ':Tom POWERS in "SPRINGTIME
FOR HENRY"-'Angna ENTERS Dances
iolet HEMING, "Geoffrey KERR and
'Tom POWERS In "'DESIGN FOR LIV-
I NG" "bliss JANE COWL and Rollo
PETERS in "CANAILLE"-" MISS JANE
COWL and *Joyce CAREY in "TWELFTH

A Lady by £ "'
Birth--a Rack .'
eteer at Heart!,.s
ALISON SKI PWORTH

The drama that ma(e two
continents gasp'.

-with
tIIM LUH'aureeii O'Sullivan
Verree Teasdale
Dorothy Peterson

NI. Sti-utrday Jselenig, 8;15-llMiy ;0
Leonora Corona . ... Soprano
Rose Bompton ..-.Cotralto
}Frederick Jagel----Tenor
John Charlies Thomoas.Baritone
Chase Bareomeo ..... Bass
Ch~icago Saymphony Orchestra

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