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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILYItOF ICIAL BULLETIN
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THURSDAY, MAY 10l, 1934 will take place Friday evening at 8:15.
VOL. XtLIV No. 159 The Fifth May Festival Concert
Noticeswill take place Saturday afternoon
Noticesat 2:30.
0 the Members of the University The Sixth May Festival concert
ineil:i The next meeting of the will take place Saturday evening at
yersity Council will be held on 8:15.
delay, May 14, at 4:15 pt. in Room
9Angell Hall.
usLouis A. Hopkins, Secy. Lecure
>r~ Piam Einetlfokig: Con-
o Vay Festival Goers: clucig ecture under Henry Martin
'raflic Regulations: By direction Loucq Fountdatin by Dr. William Er-
,h Ann Arbor Police Department nest'Hocking, of arvard University,
the, Buildings and, Grounds e- at 4:1 in the League. ballroom on
anent of tihe University, traffic "WhatFuture Hlas the Church and It
ilations will be enforced hereafter Missions?" Dr. F. 'B. Fisher, chair-
ollows: man.
4rough traffic will be prohibited -
North University Avenue in front Mr. C, 0. DeVlie, President of De-
the 'Auditorium during cocerts. 'Vlieg MillingMachne Copnil
icabs and buses will be permitted 'lecture on miacine design in room
unload and load on orth Uni- 1300 East Enineerig building on
ity Avenue in front of the Audi- ' Friday ,at IQ0Am All interested are
u#n., Private cars will unload and ( invited to attend this lecture.
i at the side entrances on Thayer
ingalls Streets.
lso, 'on the occasion of intermis- xhibitiont
s, concert attendants who step An EVxhibition of a selection of
side the building, intending to paintings from the Michigan Artists'
rn for the balance of the concert, Exhibition held in the Detroit Insti-
be reqired to present their tick- tute of Art will be hung in the est
tuibs to the officers at the outer Gallery, Alumni Memorial all
rs on re-entering the 'building, through May 19. Open Thursday
lpAnn Arbor Police Department, evenings May 10 and 17 from 7:30
Bu~l~gsandGrondsDeprt-to 9:00 p.m. and afternoons from
0t, and the University Musical So- 1:30 to 5:00 p.m. This exhibition
,y wi]ll appreciate the symupathetic is sponsored by the Ann Arbor Art
operation q~ concert goers in con- Ascain
rning: with th'ese xegulations which ____
intended, to facilitate and simpli-
hlie problem of handling the large Ev7enits Today
iences. A.S.C.E. meeting at the Union at.
fpl~ers of Peason Tickets are re- 7:30 p.m. Election of officers for
etflly requested to detach and tenx er
sent for admission at each concert
respective individual coupons Stanley Chorus: Important re-
rn .their seasona tickets. instead of hearsal at 2:30 in Hill Auditorium to
enting, the entire season ticket. _____________ ______
aquiry regarding,.lost and found
i es should be made at the of-
of '.Shirey W. Smith, Vice P;'resi-
t and Secretary' of the University,
Jfiv rsity Hall.
Charles A. Sin, President
thodes Shlarship: Students in-
ding to apply for a Rhodes Scol-
hip in the autumn of 1934, may
cur information and blanks from
$eeretary of the History .Depart-
nt, Room .119, Haven Hall, and
A. L. Cross
"0phomlore Enineers: ThroughCe
mission of Dean Sadler, All Sgpho-
re Engineers; will be ,excused from
ses to attend an important meet-
to be held in Room 348 ,W.E., at
0 a.m,, Wednesday, May . Per-
eat questions will be discussed, and
cial affairs of the class will be
led, for the year. ,Please show your
operation by. attepdance and by
rompt payment of all previously
lected crass dues.
oretry Stucdnts: All students..ex-
ting to attend Camp Filibert Roth
summer will please meet in Room
9 N. S. Building, Friday, May 1,
:00 p.
Robert Craig, Jr., Director
Academnic lNoices
[aster's Degrees in History: Stu-
ts who are candidates for the
ter's Degree in History may take L uzcki
language examination Friday,
S 25, at 4 p.m., in Room B, Haven
___ kind
ray Festival Progranms:. Asou can s,
'he Second May Festival Concert
take place .this evening at 8:15. fine, smoot
he program is as follows: -for we u+
eannette Vreeland, Soprano.
aul Althouse, Tenor. Only the c
base Baromeo, Bass.famrae
Cischa L.eitk, Pianist. famr.r
almer Chiristian, Organist. center leave
niversity Choral Union.
arl V. Moore and taste better.

rederick Stock, Conductors. throat prote
e Seasons"........Haydnr
ra Oratorio for 'soprano, 'Tenor fully packed
and Bass Soli, Mixed Chorus,
Orchestra, and _Organ. made round
iss Vreeland, Messrs. Althouse ends- that's~
and TBarormeo and the Uni-
versity Chioral Union. dition"- do
certo in G minor for Piano and :awas in all
rchestra, Op. 22 .... Saint®.Saens y -
rdante sostenuto
Allegro scherzando
Presto
Mr. Levitzki
ie Third May Festival Concert
take place Friday afternoon at i 'Luckies are a
he Fourth May Festival concert
Social Dancing tau.ght
/ .daily. Terrace Garden ,n
tncing Studio. Wuerthi
Theatre Bldg. Ph, 9695
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rehearse with Mr. DeLamarter. Ev-
qryone mu~tst be present as this is our
only chance to rehearse with him be-
fore our concert.
R.O.T.C. Treview Ceremony. South
Perry Field, &0p~m. All members
will attend.
Varsity Band: Full marching band
meet at Ferry Field at 5:00 p.m. for
military review. Wear full uniform
and brig march folio.
Vanguard Club: Meeting at 8 p.m.
in the Union. A graduate student
in history will discuss "Recent Span-
ish Riots and the M/enace of Fascism.",
Hillel Foundation: The Pi Lambda
Phi fraternity will sponsor the regu-.
lar tea at the Foundation from 4-6.
Com77ing Events
Architects' Open House Tea: The
College of Architecture will hold its
annual open house in the Architec-
tural Building Friday, May 11. Tea
will be served in the library from
3:00 until 5:30. There will be ex-
hibitions of student work in the cor-
ridor cases and in the exhibition hall.
The public is invited.
Japanese Club: There will be a
meeting of the Japanese Club in the
lower front counsel room of Lane
Fall on Saturday, May 12, at 8 :00
o'clock. Very important.
Build Trophy Case For
University High School
A trophy casie is being built by
the buildings and grounds Depart-
ment for University Hig h School, ac-
cording to I. W. Trucl±tner.
JThe case, he explained, is being
paid for by contributions of the
students themselves. II; will be placed
in the first floor corridor.

ROMANCE CRASHES
CHICAGO, May 3. - (AI)- A Nvuud
cock's spring irumn(e Came ,to
a sudden aind violent end wheni it
careened dli zily against a :store
window.
Children rffscUin ; the bird be-

lieved it had been pursued by ahak
but attendants at the Field Museu
said it was merely in love.
A woodcock, tt py said, falls in love
each spring and chooses :a inest. Then
it performs its "'mating li, i,
swooping and dlashing about.

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