TONIGH T at 8 at HILLE
DRe STEPH EN J. TONSOR,
Ass't. Prof. of History
the third lecture in the Series
An inquiry into The Jew in Western Civilization
on the subject
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University of Maryland, Natural Re-
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1-Landscape Architect who is at least
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1-To put~ on a magic show for chil-
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Am. Soc. for Publhe Adnin., Social
0. Marcn, Carnegie Inst. of Tech.,
"Some Models of Organizational Deci-
sion Making." Refreshments. Everyone
Cercle Francais, French conversation,
Bingo played in French, Refreshments,
Mar. 14, 8 p.m., 3050 FE Venez tousi
La Socledad Hispanica, Tertulia, Mar.
15, 8 p.m., 3050 FE. Speaker: Prof.. L.
Kiddie, "Las Universidades Hispanicas
De Ayer De Hoy.
Rifle Club, Meeting & League Match,
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ULLR Ski Club, Meeting for Aspen
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to two very SAKS FIFTH AVENUE
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Michigan Union Ballroom ..
Luncheon 12:45 p.m.
. March 15, 1962
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