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UNDAY, MAY 21, 1933

Notice to Seniors and Graduate Students: Only three more days re-
main for the payment of diploma fees. There can be absolutely no exten-
sion beyond 4 p. in., Wednesday, May 24. Shirley W. Smith
Soplorn ores, College of L., S., & A.: All sophomores in the College of
Literature, Science, and the Arts, and any other students in this college
who may desire to come, are invited to attend a meeting in Natural Science
Auditorium Wedne day afternoon, May 24, beginning at 4:15. This meet-
ing is called for the purpose of explaining more fully the new graduation
requirements in the College of L., S., & A.
Please note that the date of this meeting has been changed to Wednes-
day afternoon. John R. Effinger, Dean
Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: The Bureau
has two opportunities for men as camp counselors for eight weeks of the
summ', beginning July 3. One man is to take charge of rifle practice, and
assist with any other athletic activities for which he may be qualified, the
dther to take charge of swimming. The counselors are provided transporta-
tion and maintenance only. Anyone interested will please call at the office,
201 Mason Hall.
Automobile Regula:on: The folowing schedule will mark the lifting
of the Automobile RenU students -in various colleges and depart-
ients of the Univ,;By. L 'puin. will not be made for individuals who
complete their wo u edvswe oT We last day of class examinations and
all students enrol i 1 th Alw departments will be required to ad-
here strictly to thi, scheuJe
School of Dentistry:
Fresh.nsld ie 10, 5:00 p. m.
Junior clh , o 3, 12:00 noon.
Senior clas4 June 1, 5:00 p. m.

cials, Elizabeth Cooper, 3318; Leland Coulter, 4718: Betty Lyons, 3718; Hilda
Burr, 4121 (Ext. 721); Gordon Jensen, 2-2807.
Competitors will meet at Barbour Gymnasium at 3:30 p. m. Monday,
May 22, and will go to the FairgrounGs for practice; also at the same time
Tuesday, May 23rd for the show..
Conipetitors desiring transportation should be at the North Univer-
sity entrance of the League at 3:45 on Tuesday. There will be a small
charge for transportation.
Summer Session Play Reading Group: Faculty wives who would like to
belong please telephone Mrs. Koella, 3923 before May 25.
Life Saving: All students who are planning to take their Examiner's
Test in Life Saving must be in Ypsilanti at 7 o'clock on Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday night. Meet at Barbour Gymnasium at 6:30; transporta-
tion will be provided.
Archery: Archery targets will be set up on Palmer Field on Sunday
morning from 9 to 11 o'clock for men and wgmen who wish to shoot. Men
I should secure their bows from the Intramural. Building.
Jewish Students: Due to the inability of the guest-speaker to appear,
the lii] I Foundiation banquet has been cancelled.
English Honors Course: Will all the students who signed up for the
English Honors Course for 1933-34 before Thursday, May 18, please call
at the English Office, 3221 A.H., today or Monday
M. E. 32 Road Test: Sections I, I, and III report at the Automotive
Laboratory at 8:00 a. m. May 22, 23 and 24 respectively, prepared to spend
the day on the road. If necessary, you can run the test with a section other
than your own. Please notify Mr. Kohler if you intend to leave your sectior
for this test.
Geology II: Make up field trips will be held this week, according to
the schedule posted on bulletin board near Geology Office, Room 2051
A list of students who are incomplete in field trips is also posted.
Geology 31: Laboratory make-uias wil be held this week, according to
the following schedule:
Topographic map bluebook, Tuesday 3-5.
Minerals, lecture 3-4 on Wednesday, bluebook 4-5 o) WdnileCay.
Rocks, lecture 3-4 on Thursday, bluebook 4-5 on Thursday.
Geologic map, bluebook Friday 4:00.
A list of students who are incomplete in laboratory work is osted or
the bulletin board near the Geology office, Room 2051 N.S.
Division of Fine Arts announces an exhibition of international wate
colors in Alumni Memorial Hall. West Gallery open week lays from 9:0
until 5:00, Sundays, 1:30 until 5:00, through May 28 .
Triangles meets at 5 p. m., Michigan Union. All members, new and olh
are requested to be present.
Varsity Glee Club: Important rehearsal at 2:30, Union. Cars will leav
Union at 5:15 p. m. Monday for Fowlerville.
Graduate Outing Club: Meet at 3 at W.A.A. building f'or short walk
Freshman Women: The singing chorus for the Freshman Lanter
Dance will rehearse at 2:30 p. m. in the Ballroom of the League. Ever:
girl whose name was announced in Saturday's Daily must be present at thi
time or she will be permanently dropped. This chorus will rehearse agai
at 3:00 Monday.
The TAP Chorus will practice at 3:30 Monday in the W.A.A. building
If it rains they will be at the League.
Wesley Hall: Prof. Carl Dahlstrom will speak at the Student Guild a
6:00 p. m. on "Personal Values." Social Hour at 7 p. m. The Orientl-Amer
ican Group at 3:30 p. m., will discuss "Education in Korea" led by H. M
First Methodist Church: Dr. Fisher will preach at 10:45 a. min on " Bel
shazzar's Feast."
Presbyterian Student Appointments.:
9:30-Morning Classes at the Church House.
10:30--Morning Worship. Theme, "The Lord's Song."
5:30-Social Hour and Supper.
6:30-Student Forum. Subject, "It There to be Destitution in Anr
Arbor?" Lead by Citizens on the Welfare.
Harris Hall: Professor Max S. Handman, of the Economics Depart.
ment will speak at 7:00 p. in. on "Life in Economics." Supper will be serve
at 6:15 p. m.
St. Andrew's Church: Services of worship today are: 8:00 a. m. Th
Holy Communion, 9:30 a. m. Church School, 11:00 a. m. Kindergarten, 11:0
a. m. Morning Prayer and Sermon by the Reverend Edward M. Duff.
St. Paul's Lutheran Student Club: Outdoor meeting tonight. Combine
wiener-roast and treasure hunt. Election of officers for coming year. Leav
church, corner Third and West Liberty, at 5:00 p. m. Members and friend:
are cordially invited to share the good time.

Lutheran Student Club: Outdoor meeting at the Island. All who wish
to attend kindly be at the Trinity Lutheran Church, corner of East Wil-
liam Street and Fifth Avenue not latter than four o'clock. Notice that th
meeting place is not Zion Hall but Trinity. Refreshments will be served at
a nominal cost.
Liberal Students Union: Student Symposium on plans for summer va-
cation. Election of officers for next year and plans for annual picnic or
May 28. Unitarian church, 7:30 p. m.
Mr. Marley's topic for Sunday morning will be "Choosing our Revolu-
Jewish Students: Last services of the year at the League Chapel a'
11:15 a. m. Rabbi Hellel will speak on "Examinations-and Self-Examina-
Reformed and Christian Reformed Students: Rev. William Stuart o:
Grand Rapids will conducththe services at 9 :30 a. m., chapel of the Michi-
gan League. This will be the last service of the year.

A motion picture "Story of the Census" showing how the vast amount
of data incidental to the national census is tabulated by means of electric
tabulating machines, will be shown in the Natural Science Auditorium on
Tuesday, May 23, at 4 p. m. Anyone interested is invited to attend.
Physics Colloquium: Dr. K. G. Emeleus will talk on "The Faraday
Dark Space," at 4:15 p. m. Tuesday, in Room 1041, East Physics Building.
All interested are cordially invited to attend.
Betanical Journal Club will meet Tuesday, May 23, at 7:30 p. m. in
Room 1139 N.S. Papers by Dr. Steere, Ernest Miner, James Tuttle, and
Arexander Smith. All interested are cordially invited.
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Acolytes will meet on Monday, May 22, at 7:30 p. m. in 202 S.W. Mr.
Joe Zandstra will discuss McTaggart's Argument for the Dissimilarity
of the Diverse."
A lecture: "Application of Hydraulics to Machine Tools" by C. A.
Birkebak, Chief Engineer of the Ex-Cell-O Aircraft and Tool Corporation,
will be given under the auspices of Shop 7 Class (Jig and Fixture Design)
on Wednesday, May 24, at 8 p. in. in Room 1042 of the East Engineering
Building. The public is cordially invited.
A. S. M. E. Anmal ictrpit Trip: The Student Branch of the A.S.M.E.
will be guests of the D1_roifoit Section on l;riday, May 26. There will be an
iiWpeciion trip trough the U. S. Rubber Company's Plant and a Banquet
at The Detroit Yacht Club. A bus will be chartered if a sufficient number
of men care to make the trip, the expense of which will be shared by those
who go. This will be the only expense as the Banquet is free to student
members. All men wishing to go must sign the list on the bulletin board
near Room 221, Wes Eng. Bldg., by Wednesday noon, May 24. The bus will
leave about 1:15 p. in. and will return about 11 p. in.
Adelphi ilouse of Representatives annual banquet Wednesday, May 24
-at the League. All me mbers make reservations with J. Moekle or R. Saw-
Scabbard and Blade: Regular meeting Wednesday, May 24, at 7:30
p. in. in the Union. Last meeting of the year.
Final Contest in the Reading of Poetry will be held on Tuesday eve-
ning, May 23, at 8:00 in the Laboratory Theatre. This program is free to
the public. The folowing will take part: Agnes L. Anderson, '34, Lester
L. Griffith, '35, Mary Helen McIntosh, '34, R. Curtis Bedell, '33, Wm. A.
Dickert, '33, Doris L. Smith, '33.

Luncheon for Graduate Students
on Tuesday, May 23, in Russian Tea
Room of Michigan League. Cafeteria
service. Professor James K. Pollock,
of the Political Science Department,
will speak informally on "Present
Conditions in Germany."
All members of Phi Sigma on cam-
pus, whether of 'Beta or of any other
chapter, are cordially invited to 'at-
tend the Spring Initiation Banquet
to be held at the Michigan Union,
Thursday, May 25, at 6:30 p. m.
Tickets are seventy-five cents. Res-
ervations may be mad9 by calling
Jean Davidson at 7485, or at 4009
Natural Science Building, any time
up to Thursday noon.
Tau Beta Pi: Dinner meeting Tues-
day, May 23, 6:15 p. m. Michigan
Union. Professor Reeves of the Poli-
tical Science department will be
guest speaker. All members are re-
quested to be present since this is
the last dinner meeting of the year.
Jackie Cooper Receives
New Salary; Only $1,300
HOLLYWOOD, May 20.-- (A') -
Jackie Cooper, 10-year-old screen ac-
tor, today was at work on a $1,300-
a-week salary, the first reduction he
has accepted since he began his
screen career.
Through an agreement between his
mother, Mrs. Mabel Cooper Bigelow,
and the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer stu-
dios, Jackie will receive $76,000 less
during the next two years than a
graduated contract signed two years
ago specified. The old contract call-
ed for $1,300 a week inoreased to $3,-
000 in the fifth year.



The 1933 Dramatic Season: The first performance of the 1933 Dram-
atic Season will be presented tomorrow night at 8:15, promptly, in the Lydia
Mendelssohn theatre. The production will be Rose Franken's "Another
Language" with Tom Powers and Edith Barrett. Patrons are respectfully
requested to be in their seats at the curtain time.
Robert Henderson, Director
The Martha Cook Building will accept a limited number of sopho-
mores for residence for September, 1933: This means present Freshmen
may 'apply for next September. If interested,- call at the Building for an
Margaret Ruth Smith, Social Director
Horse Show: A practice for the Horse Show will be held on Monday,
May 22, for faculty and students. Those desiring transportation from Bar-
bour Gymnasium at 3:30 p. m. are asked to call one of the following offi-

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