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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TI

ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
cation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the
. Copy received at the office of the Dean of the Summer Session
, excepting Sundays. 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
E XIII TUESDAY, AUG. 16, 1932 NUMBER 43
ations for University Credit: All students who desire credit for
in the Summer Session will be required to take examinations
of the Session. The examination schedule for schools and col-
e eight-week basis is as follows:
citation 8 9 10 11
Thursday Friday Thursday Friday
n 8-10 8-10 2-4 2-4

British Flyer to Try Atlantic

Sun 'Snowflake-Fireworks' Set
For Scientists' Eclipse Pa

1
Thursday
4-6

2
Thursday
10-12

3
Friday
10-12

All other
hours
Friday
4-6

To All Students Having Library Books:
1. Students having in their possession books drawn from the Univer-
:ity Library are notified that such books are due Monday, August 15, before
the impending examinations.
2. Students who have special need for certain books between August
15 and 1.9 may retain such books for that period by applying for admis-
sion at the office of the Superintendent of Circulation on or before August
15.
3. The names of all students who have not cleared their records at
the Library by Wednesday, August 17, will be sent to the Recorder's office,
where their credits will be held up until such time as said records are clear-
ed, in compliance with the regulations of the Regents.
Choral Union Concerts: The following schedule of attractions and
dates for the 1932-1933 Choral Union Concert series is made at this time:
October 25-Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge.
November 2-Lawrence Tibbett, Baritone.
November 30-Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Ossip Gabrilowitsch,
conductor.
December 12-Efrem Zimbalist, Violinist.
January 16-Nathan Milstein,, Violinist.
January 27--Myra Hess, Pianist.
February 8-The Budapest String Quartet.
February 15-Sigrid Onegin, Contralto.
March 6-Vladimir Horowitz, Pianist.
March 15--Tgnace Jan Padderewski, Pianist.
Charles A. Sink
Saturday Classes in Education: The bulletin announcing the offer-
ngs in Education and cognate courses for late Friday afternoon and Sat-
irday during the coming school year are now available in the office of
the Secretary, Room 1437 U. E. S. Students interested in these bulletins
,re urged to call and secure copies.
C. 0. Davis, Secretary
Examination in Education D110s: The examination in Directed Teach-
ing will be given on Wednesday, August 17, from 3 to 5 in Room 2435 Uni-
versity Elementary School. C. 0. Davis

With the purchase of a new park Meander lake at Youngstown, 0.,
and consummation of plans for ac- with a capacity of 11,000,000,000 gal-
quiring another, Missouri's state Ions, is the largest artificial reser-
playgrounds will be increased to 16. voir in Ohio.
manze in F sharp major; Chopin: Cherzo in B flat minor; Scott: Passacag-
ha; Brinkman: Melody; Toch: Der Jongleur.
Charles A. Sink
State Income Tax Debate: 8:00 p. m. tonight, Room 4003, Angell Hall.
This will be a decision debate on the quesIion adopted by the Michigan
High School Debating League. Those interested are invited to attend. No
admission charge.
Phi Delta Kappa: The final noon luncheon will be held this noon at
12:10 at the Michigan Union. Dr. George E. Carrothers will be the speaker.
Martin L. Robertson, President
Sculpture Exhibit: An Exhibition of Sculpture in photographs by mem-
bers of the National Sculpture Society, in the North Gallery of Alumni
Memorial Hall. Display will be held until the end of Summer School.
Notice to All Faculty Members: We wish to remind all faculty members
who plan to employ clerical or stenographic assistants to do their personal
work that this Committee will, if desired, assist. you in securing a satisfac-
tory person. All applicants are given certain tests and many of them
have done temporary work in various University offices. If you will call
Miss Twamley, extension 81, she will be glad to assist you in any way pos-
sible. Committee on Office Personnel
Summer Plays: A special performance of Euripides "Greek Tragedy
"Trojan Women" will be offered by the Michigan Repertory Players in the
Lydia Mendelssohn theatre this evening, at 8:30. The production will be
under the direction of Thomas Wood Stevens and will be given one night
only, The admission charge is 50 cents. Season ticket holders may secure
reservations by exchanging coupon number 8 and paying an additional 25
cents.
Summer Plays: A special matinee of three one-act plays will be of-
fered in the Lydia Mendelssohn theatre as a class-room exercise by the
classes in Play Production on Wednesday afternoon, August 17, at 3:15.
Season ticket coupon number 9 will admit you to this performance. There
will be no reserved seats. Special invitations for those not holding season
tickets may be secured at the box office.

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Physics 105: I will meet the class today and Wednesday,
E. F. Barker

S16.

Physics Colloquium: Professor G. Breit will talk on the "Retarded
ntials and Their Effect on the Fine Structure of Helium," at 5:15 to-
in Room 1041, East 'Physics Building. All interested are cordially in-
to attend.
English 241, Studies in the Renaissance: Seminar will meet one hour
er this evening, 6:30-8:30, instead of 7:30-9:30.
Exhibition of Water Color Painting and Architectural Studies: Work
in the summer classes in outdoor painting and architectural design
te College of Architecture will be on exhibition, beginning today in
round floor corridor of the Architectural Building. The exhibition is
to the public daily, 9:00 to 5:00.

ty Symphony Orchestra: Final rehearsal at Hill Auditorium
0. A picture will be taken. David Mattern
of Materials for Choruses, Glee Clubs, Orchestras and Bands
7:00 p. m. today.

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Graduation Recital: Marjorie Kirk, of Grand Rapids, Michigan,'
a piano graduation recital this evening at 8:15 in the School of
which the general public is invited, as follows: Galilei-Respighi:
Corelli-Godowsky: Pastorale;. Solermin; Sonate; Bach-Siloti:
elude, G Minor; Brahms: Rhapsodie G Minor; Schumann: Ro-

USICAL TREAT OF THE YEAR!!!

I GARBER

a" His Greater
Orchestra

The Hit of U. of M. '31 J-Hop
ONE NIGHT ONLY-WED., AUG. 17th
E SYLVAN GARDENSLA
IRISH HILLS

Plan : Dancing 9 to 1:30

Admission 50c per Person

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LIO '"A' M1

Extra!--
Andy Clyde Comedy
"FOR LOVE OF
LUDWIrG"
Paramount News.
COPELAND
R EFRIGERATOR
A WARD
Thusrday, Aug. 18

r

LTONEaL BARRYMORE
In another great role!
*"Washington
Masquerade"
Stirring Drama of Nation's
Political Center.
Karen Morley Nils Asther
MICHIGAN

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Last Call.!
Final Cut!
ONLY 52
SUMMER
FROCKS
SHEERS - WASHABLES - PRINTS
$ 95
Formerly to $16.95
ONLY 41
WASHABLE
COTTONS
MESHES - VOILES - LINENS
Formerly to $5.95
fC(1 f ?A _RT ITNNT

Special Performance!

LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE

Euripidies'

"Trojan Women"

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