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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

LAT E
WIRE'
NEWS

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN,
u~~otlo yn the Dulletha is constructive notice to anll members of th
un lt 31 " O a1 7 S e at 1the office of the Assistant to the Preaent

TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1935
VOL. XLV No. 163

BULLETIN

TOLEDO, May 13. -UP3) - Strik-
ing transmission makers of the local
Chevrolet plant voted tonight to ac-
cept a peace proposal worked out by
A.F. of L. leaders, Federal labor com-
mittee, company officials and Federal
mediators.
The vote was 732 for acceptance,
and 385 for rejection.
Will Send Patman Bonus
Measure To President
WASHINGTON, May 13 - (AP) -
Congressional leaders of the drive for
the Patman Bonus Bill announced
this afternoon that they would send
the inflationary measure to the White
House tomorrow.
With this announcement they
coupled an expression of renewed
hope that they could override the ex-
pected presidential veto.
House and Senate backers of the
currency bonus bill together with rep-
resentatives of veterans of foreign
wars, and Rev. Charles Coughlin, Na-
tional Union for Social Justice leader,
surveyed prospects at the conference
and agreed to stand by the Patman
Bill with no compromise.v
Long Brings New Graft
Charges Against Farley
WASHINGTON, May 13 -(A)- A
new charge that Postmaster General
James A. Farley was a party to a
"diabolical fraud" was thrown in a
crowded bt largely unresponsive
Senate today by Sen. Huey Long.
Pressing his demand that the Sen-.
ate investigate the conduct of the
cabinet officer, Long failed to budge
Democratic leaders from their past
predictions that his resolution would
be rejected by a big majority.
However, two Democrats joined
Senator Long in demanding an in-
vestigation while Sen. William E. Bor-
ah, Idaho Republican, contended that
such an inquiry would be "futile" if
it had no legislative purpose.
Italy Mobilizes To Meet
Hostility From Ethiopia
ROME, May 13 - (M) -Italy dis-
patched mobilization notices today to
soldiers of the class of 1912, number-
ing 200,000, a government spokesman
citing Ethiopia's "evident attitude of
hostility.''
The spokesman announced that
Italy is ready to declare the names
of her conciliators, chosentunder the
Italo-Ethiopian arbitration pact of
1928 as soon as Ethiopia announces
her readiness to do likewise.
Asserting that Italo-Ethiopian bor-
der difficulties in East Africa have
been brought into "greater limelight"
by Emperor Haile Selassie's declara-
tionis and notes to the League of Na-
tions, the spokesman said that Italy
intends to continue her precautionary
program to guard her colonies.
See Filipino Vote For
10-Year Commonwealth
MANILA, May 14. - (Tuesday) -
(T)- Still jittery over Sakdalista dis-
turbances, Filipinos voted at heavily
guarded polls today as government
leaders unanimously predicted over-
whelming ratification of the 10-year
Commonwealth government before
complete independence from the
United States.
Reinforced constabulary was un-
usually alert because of recurrent
rumors of further violence planned
by the Sakdalistas or advocates of im-
mediate independence, whose uprising
May 2 resulted in 60 deaths.
Voting began at 7 a.m. Tuesday
(8 p.m. Monday Eastern Standard
Time) and advices from several prov-
inces indicated the balloting was
lighter than in the elections of last
June, despite the addition of women's
suffrage.

Notices
Attention of All Concerned: Name-
ly faculty, administrative and clerical
staff members and students, is re-
spectfully called to the following ac-
tion by the Regents.
Students shall pay in acceptable
funds (which shall not include notes
unless the same are bankable) all
amounts due the University before
they can be admitted to the final ex-
aminations at the end of either se-
mester or of the Summer Session. No
office in the University is authorized
to make any exception to this rule.
Any specific questions that can be
foreseen arising in this connection
should be taken up with the proper
authorities at the earliest possible
moment.
Shirley W. Smith
Student Loans: The Loan Commit-
mitee will meet on Wednesday, May
15, at 1:30 p.m. in Room 2, Univer-
sity Hall. Students who have already
filed applications with the office of
the Dean of Students should call there
for an appointment with the Com-
mitee.
University Bureau of Appointments
and Occupational Information has re-
ceived notice of the following U. S.
Civil Service Examination:
Anaesthetist, $2,000. (Graduate
Nurse).
Announcement is on file at the
Bureau, 201 Mason Hall.
Dramatic Season Tickets will be
fold in the Lydia Mendelssohn box
office starting Wednesday morning at
10 o'clock. All seats will be available
either as- season tickets or for single
performances. The office in the Gard-
en Room will be open until 8 o'clock
tonight.
Engineering Third Year Students:
All third year students in the com-
bined Engineering-Business Admin-
istration and the Engineering-Law
courses should make their requests
at this time in the Secretary's Of-
fice, Room 263, for transference next
year to their respective schools.
The Skrgery Staff Meeting at which
I-umphreys Springstun was to speak
on the "Legal Aspects of Medicine,"
Wednesday, May 15, at 7:34 p.m., has
been cancelled.
Academic Notices
Economics 173: Problem 8, p. 203,
is due Friday and not Wednesday.
Final Examination Schedule, See-
6nd Semester, 1934-1935:
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts, School of Education, School
of Music, School of Forestry and Con-
servation, College of Pharmacy,
School of Business Administration
and Graduate School.
Code Letter Date of Examination
A --Saturday a.m., June 1.
B - Tuesday a.m., June 4.
C - Monday a.m., June 3.
D - Wednesday a.m., June 5.
E- Monday a.m., June 10:
F - Saturday p.m., June 1.
G - Tuesday p.m., June 11.
H -Monday p.m., June 10.
I - Tuesday p.m., June 4.
J -Saturday p.m., June 8.
K - Thursday p.m., June 6.
L -Tuesday a.m., June 11.
M -Monday p.m., June 3.
N -Friday a.m., June 7.

O - Saturday a.m., June 8.
P - Thursday a.m., June 6.
Q - Friday p.m., June 7.
R - Wednesday p.m., June 5.
X - Each course in Group X may
be examined at any time mu-
tually agreed upon by class
and instructor.
Each course in the College of Lit-
erature, Science, and the Arts, and in
the School of Music has a code let-
ter for examination purposes. Many
courses appearing in the Announce-
ment of the Graduate School carry
these code letters also. Other courses
not carrying the code letters will be
examined as follows:
Classes Date of Examination
Mon. at 8- Saturday a.m., June 1.
Mon. at 9 - Tuesday a.m., June 4.
Neon. at 10- Monday a.m., June 3.
Mon. at 11- Wednesday a.m., June 5.

Mon. at
Mon. at
Mon. at
Tues. at
Tues. at
Tues. at
Tues. at
Tues. at
Tues. at
Tues. at

1 - Monday a.m., June 10.
2 - Saturday p.m., June 1.
3 -Tuesday p.m., June 11.
8 - Monday p.m., June 10.
9 - Tuesday p.m., June 4.
10 -Saturday p.m., June 8.
11- Thursday p.m., June 6.
1 -Tuesday a.m., June 11.
2- Monday p.m., June 3.
3 - Friday a.m., June 7.

Further, the courses listed below
will be examined as follows:
Education Cl. - Wednesday p.m.,

June 5.
Business
June 7.
Business.
June 8.
Business.
June 1.

Adm. 102 - Friday p.m.,
Adm. 122- Saturday a.m.,
Adm. 152- Saturday a.m.,

Business Adm. 206- Thursday a.m.,
June 6.
Any course not listed in any of the
above groups may be examined at any
time on which the instructor and
class concerned may agree.
Each student taking practical work
ii music in the School of Music will
be given an individual examination.
Each such student should consult the
bulletin board at the School of Music
to learn the day and hour assigned
for his or her individual examination.
Regular class work will continue
until Friday night, May 31.
This notice will appear May 31.
Please preserve, as no offprints will
be issued.
Directed Teaching-Qualifying Ex-
amination: All students expecting to
do directed teaching next semester
are required to pass a Qualifying Ex-
amination in the subject which they
expect to teach. This examination
will be held in the auditorium of the
University High School on Saturday
morning, May 18, starting sharply at
8 o'clock. The examination will con-
sume about four hours' time; prompt-
ness is therefore essential.
Comprehensive Examination in
Education: All candidates for the
Teacher's Certificate (except gradu-
ate students who will have received
an advanced degree by June) must
pass a Comprehensive Professional
Examination covering the Education
courses prescribed for the Certificate.
The next examination of this kind will
be held in the auditorium of the Uni-
versity High School on Saturday
morning, May 18, at 9 o'clock sharp.

(Students having conflicts will take1
the examination at 2 o'clock on the
same day in Room 4200 U.H.S.). The
examination will cover Education A10
(or Al or A25, and B20), Cl, D100,
and special methds. Students en-
rolled in any of the special curricula<
in the School of Education will be1
examined on such of these courses as
are included in those curricula. Stu-
dents desiring to take the examina-
tion in the afternoon must leave theirj
names with the Recorder of the;
School of Education, 1437 U.E.S.
Concert
MAY FESTIVAL CONCERST:
May Festival concerts will take
place as follows:
First Program, Wednesday. May 15,
8:15 o'clock:
Overture, "Lenore," Op. 72,
No. 2 ................ Beethoven
Aria, "Qual fiammia avea nel
guardo" ("Pagliacci"), Leoncavallo
Helen Jepson
Symphonic Poem, "Prairie", Sowerby
Aria, "Pleurez, mes yeux"
("Le Cid") ............ Massenet
Miss Jepson
Songs from "Drum Taps"
(Walt Whitman)........ Hanson
World Premiere
I. Beat! Beat! Drums!
II By the Bivouac's Fitful Flame
III. To Thee, Old Cause
Mark Bills and Univerity Choral Un-
ion Conducted by the Composer
Scherzo, "L'Apprenti
Sorcier" .................. Dukas
Arias."O mio babbino, caro"
("Gianni Schicchi") ......Puccini
Musetta's Waltz Song ("La Boheme"
Miss Jepson
Mabel Ross Rhead, piano accompanist
Frederick Stock and Howard Hanson,
conductors.
Second Concert, Thursday, May 16,
8:15 o'clock:
"King David," a symphonic Psalm in
Three Parts.
After a Drama by Rene
Morax ................ Honegger
For soprano, alto, tenor soli, nar-
rator, chorus, orchestra, organ, and
piano.
Miss Hayden, Miss Leonard, Mr.
Althouse, Mr. Leyssac and the Uni-
versity Choral Union.
FIRST PART
Introduction
The Song of David, Contralto
Psalm: "All praise to Him," Chorus
Song of Victory, Chorus
March
"In the Lord I put my faith," Tenor
Song of the Prophets, Male Chorus
"0! had I wings" Soprano
Song of the Prophets, Male Chorus
Psalm: "Pity me, Lord," Tenor
Saul's Camp
"God the Lord shall be my light,"
Chorus
Incantation of the Witch of Endor
March of the Philistines
Lament of Gilboa, Soprano, Contralto,
and Women's Chorus
SECOND PART
Songs of the Daughters of Israel, So-
prano, and Women's Chorus
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THIRD PART
Song: "Now my voice," Chorus
Psalm of Penitence, Chorus
"Behold, in evil I was born," Chorus
"Oh, shall I raise my eyes?" Tenor
March of the Hebrews
"Thee will I love, O Lord," Chorus
The Crowning of Solomon
The Death of David, Soprano and
Chorusf
Symphonic Poem, "The!
Moldau" ............... Smetana
Arias, "Caro Nome"
("Rigoletto") .............. Verdi
Io son Titania"
("Mignon")...........Thomas
Mary Moore
Waltz, from Suite "Ruses
d'Amour," Op. 61 ...... Glazounow
Aria, Bell Song ("Lakme") ..Delibes
Miss Moore
Earl V. Moore and Frederick Stock,
conductors.
Mabel Ross Rhead, piano accompanist
Third Ccncert, Friday, May 17, 2:30
o'clock:
Overture, "Die Entfuhrung
aus dem Serail"........Mozart
Songs:
Linden Tree...........Schubert
Now is the Month of
Maying...............Morley
Fa la nana bambin (To be
sung in Italian) ........ Sadero
Young People's Festival Chorus
Symphony, C Major, "Le
Midi" (B and H. No. 7) ... . Haydn
Adagio-Allegro
Adagio
Adagio
Menuetto
Finale
Cantata, "Jumblies" (World
Premiere................James
Young People's Festival Chorus
Concerto in D major for Violin
and Orchestra, Op. 35, Tchaikowsky
Allegro moderato
Canzonetta
Allegro vivacissimo
Ruth Posselt
Jura Higbee and Eric DeLamarter,
conductors.
Fourth Concert, Friday, May 17, 8:15
o'clock:

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Clowns LOST AND FOUND
Finale I :PiKpaSgafaent
Aria, "Un di all' azzuro spazio" LOST: Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity
("Andrea Chenier") .. .. Giordano pin. Please return to owner. Phone
Mr. Martinelli 9017. 220
Mabel Ross Rhead, piano accompanist LOST: In Chem. building, brown
Frederick Stock, conductor. checked swagger coat. Liberal re-
Fifth Concert, Saturday, May 18, ward. Call 5506. Ask for Lifland.
2:30 o'clock : 224
Tableau Musical,"Baba Yaga,' LOST: Cheistry book, laboratory
Op. 56 .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Liadow L AT a: C ndmnstry book. Thuor aoy,
Op«6........Lao manual and notebook. Thursday,
Symphony After Byron's Man- on improvised bleachers, Ferry
fred," B minor, Op 58, Tchaikowsky Field tennis courts. Reward. Call
Manfred Wandering in the Alps 7958, Hurwitz. 223
The Fairy of the Alps_ -
Pastorale LOST: Brown gabardine suit and
The Underground Palace of Chesterfield overcoat. Lost on
Arimanes State St. Very liberal reward. Phone
(Continued on Page 6) 7217. 225

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Aria, "When thou by Heaven's
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