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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Try Our Bnsiuc~s Mcii's Lunch

JAILY OFFICIAL B'ULLETIN I
'iibllcatton In the Bulletin Is constructive notice to all members of
e Voiversity. Copy received iintt1. 30 . Dm. (11:30 a. m. Saturda.V)
irllale yi SUNDAY,3MARC'H 11, 1931Number 117

CALLED TOO OLD
TO 'TE NCHIAT 50,
C ONVIN UES AT 77

i .er is sIm'rilit('i'U for the summer lot the produftion, has announced the
school. 'beginning of the ticket sale. Tichets
She has no nialice iW her heart for iusic by the Girl's Mandolin club are
the little town of 2,0001 that thought mnay he procured1 from mnembersa of
she was old at 59. She simply packed the club) or at Waher's or Graham's
herc grip and got another job where !bookstores, at 50c apiece-

11:30--0:0) -. . . (. 6C
JOE PARKER'S
SPECIAL4 SUNDAY DINNERI
Kenlnedy's Oreliestra
11 t40 -- 400
Cornwell Coal Bldg.

We Call For and Deliver
HORACE OLAVEAUI
CLEANING & PRiESSIN1G
S02 S. STATEU085I

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The departinent of Zoology announces three' lectures in b;iochemiistry to
he given by Professor L. J. Henderson o~f Harvard University. The techni-
cal lectures will be given Monday and Tuesday, March 12 and, 13, at 4:15
p. in. ini Room 214 of the Natural Science Building. The public lecture will
be ;iven M4ond.ay, March. 12, at. 8 p. in.. in thre Natural Science Audi toiu.
The sutbjec~t for the public lecture is "The Fitness of the Environment".
A. FRANK(LIN SHULL.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
The exhibition of oils, water colors and etchinigs by11 nyley Lever. G. I-f.
Baker, J. J. H-affner, 1R. F. Logan and 4. C. Tuttle in the West Gallery,
Alumni Menmorial Hall closes Sunday, March 11?
BRUCE M. I)ONALSON.
Foculty: College of teraftre, Science, and thle Art,,.
Will members of the faculty kindly fill out and return to the office of
the Assistant Dean, the schedule blanks which have been delivered thiroughi
the esenger boxes. In some instance these will be found in. the top of
the boxes.

4 t = hr work was appreciated.
}o And when the isn't busy teachingE
~ school dlay time and night time-she
' ~does private tutoring every vacant
period.
<} Which isnt bad for a woman who
eras too old to teach at 50'
Club 'Will Givei
Sp3 ringCar. iva l
Five acts of vaudeville are to be
;.::.. zpresented at the Cosmopolitan club
spring carnival, which will be given,
next Thursday evening in l-Till audi-
torium. Students of all nationalities
will take part in the performance.
!Some of the acts which have been
j hosen are made up of several parts.
In the Native Hawaiian act, given byj
~the Hawaiian club, there is included1
Sa numnber of stunts by Tang and Ta-
vares, solos by Robert Dieterle, '23M,
- and a hula dance by Princess Pake-
31r. SairahLI. Wardner. kelki. The act to be presented by the
Plainfield, N. J., Mar. 10.-Twenty- Chinese Students' club consists of two
seven years ago the school head of parts : one, an ancient sword dance,
a little town, in New York decided and the other a Chinese Passing Show.
Mrs. Sarah L. Wardner, then 50 years In the Passing Show will be included
of age was too old to teach schlool. costumes dating from a thousand
They etire her years ago until the present.
Theyretied ~An Oriental dance by Gorden Wier,.
Today at 77, she is the most xactive12,woapreinlsya'spr;
woman in the city .of Plainfield, de- j an Argentine tango, danewl by melb-
voees four evenings a week to Am-1 hers of the Latin American club; andr
ericanization work, teaches eighth other features of the program.
grade duriiig the dlay and every sum- K. Y. Tang, '24E, general manager

You'll 111 d a
F'OGOOD BUN~CH
at the
Eie-Gold Lunch
.5 CHURCH
TOL CDO- ANN ARBOR BUS
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY
G~oing North A.'_%. P. XW.
Lv. Toledo 7:00 10:00 2:00 5:00
Arr. A. A. 9:35 12:35 4:35 7:35
Going South
Lv. A. A. 7:00 10:00 2:00 5:00
ArT. Toledo 9:35 12:35 4:35' 7:35
EASTERN TIME
SUNI)AYS AND HOLIDAYS
Going Nortli A. ail. P. li.
Lv. 'Toledo 8:00 11:00 5:30
Arr. A.'A. 10:35 1:35 8:00
Going South
Lv. A. A. 8:00 11:00 8:30
Ar. Tol. 10:35 1:35 11:05
Cars Leave Court House

ISUITS CLEANED and PRESSED $1.50I

We Call
For And
Deliver

Rave It
Mraster
Cleaned
It Costs,
No Miore

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W. R. IIPMPFHIPYS.

Phone

628,

College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Representatives of the -departments of Gecography, English, Rhetoric,
Political Science, Public Speaking, Mathematics. Astronomy, Greek, Latin,
Semitics, andi any others interested are asked to call at Professor Shepard's
office Monday or Tuesday, March 12 or 13, for an inspection of the comipletedl
floor plans of the first part of the new Literary Building.
JO IN It,. EFFI1NGER1.
Lectures In Metallurgy:
Three lectures in metallurgy by Dlr. Walter Rosenhain, of the National
Physical Lahbratory of Teddington, England are announced for March 14,
15 and 16. The subjects for the lectures, are as follows:
March 14.-The Structure and CGonstitution of Alloys.
March 15.-Strain and Fracture in M&,als.
Mvarch 1 6.--Allumilnum Alloys.
The lectures gill be given in Room 165 Chemistry Building at 8' P. M.,
March 14 and at 4:15 P. M., March 15 and 16.
A. E. WHITE.
U n iversity Lieture:
Prof. Frank Jewett Mather, Jr., Marquantl Professor of Art and Archae-
ology at Prip~eetort University will give an illustrated lecture "The Newest
Painting", Monday ,evening, ;March 12, at 8:00 in the West Gallery, Alumni
Memorial Hall.
BUCE M. DONALDSO..
*A. J.ME. and Other~ls Interested in Indusixial Manageenleewtc
lugo Dle !er, Director of the Industrial Dept. of La Salle Extension
Utniversity; will speak at the meeting of American Society of Mechanical
Engineers to be held Monday at 7:45 P. lNf. in Room. 348 of the Engineering
Building.
PAUL B. PEW, P"res.
Ame-i*AnChei~al Society U. Of 1M. Section:
Dr. J. E,. Harris of theg Western Electric Company, formerly of the Do
partment of Chemistry, University of Michigan, will give a(lemons trated
lecuture on "The Electiron at Work", Tuesday, March 13, at 8 P. M. in 010
Chemical Amiphitheatrie. All interestedl are invited to attendl.
C. C. MI+'. ATIF.,Secretry.
Woods hole Scholar1ship in Zoology :
Throutgh the generosity of D1r. Bryant Walker the department of Zool-
ogy offers, eachi year a scholarship which pasY: tuition (value $75) at the
Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Mass., for the summer session
or six weep~s or' longer. An announcem~ent of this institution is posted near
Room Z-229, Natural Science building. The appointment is made by the
staff of the Zoology department and preference is given to students who are
specializing in zoology.. Applications should be made in the near future.
A. F5RANKLIN SIUHLL.
Mern's E ducational Club:
Thle TMen's Educational club will meet Monday evening, March 12 at 7
.ock, in room 3012, Michigan Union. Dr. Pittman of the State Normal
College will 9 ek. L. H. BE1iACH, Secretary.

We do all kinds of Pleating.

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IIELAIRtI BELLOC: "ON" .....................................0
SOLOMION EAGLE: "ESSAYS AT LARGE"...........................0
GIBBS: "THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD".. ............................ .. 2.00
HOBBS, Wif. 1.; "CRUISING ALONG BYWAYS OF THlE PACIFIC"............ 2.40
('ARICI('I: "'NEXT TO NOT'ING HOUSE"......... .................... ... 2.541
Speci4l Prige to Reading Clubs and Libraries

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Sunday from 5 to 10 p. m.

UNIVERSITY
WA H mw ' SBOOKSTORE

Come In before or after-the Show

for (among other things)

MacDiarmid 'S

Thte* are here at last
Come and get them

Real Chicken Salad
Fudg'e Ice Cream that is Right
Coffee and our Special Fruit Cake
Cliocol ate with. Whipped Cream
Candy without a rival

7 5 c. Per Lb.

"Blondes"

The MaC irdl~ l CandY. C 0, 715 N. University.,

Next to Arcade Theatre

Ann Arbor

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Philosophy Clo.~es z
Professor I. H.
M'arch 12th.

Parker will meet his classes in philosophy Monday,

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The portrait taken on
your birthday will be
doubly appreciated by
every friend. You'll
enjoy she giving, too

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Fraternity or Sorority
Are you interested in a new
location?
Would you consider trading or
selling your present home?

GOLD

Are you sure that your organiza"
tion has sufficient insurance?

This delightful practice is
very inexpensive. Telephone
604- W in time to insure get-
ting a convenient appointment

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WE CAN now offer
precious metal.

you something new in the

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Our listings include building lots and large private' homes; both
are highty desirable for YOUR future plans.

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Gold plated ware similar to silver plated ware.
Has an advantage over silver in the fact that it
will not tarnish.
It lends an unusual touch of color to your dining

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Portraits
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Quality
619 East Liberty Street;

REALTOR

Chas. L. Brooks

215 First National Bank Bldg.

PHONE 315

EVENINGS 315 or 807-W

Insurance of All1 Kinds

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$2.({0; BALCO y, s$1.)O, $1.00.

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