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WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1925 ,,.MWGA ALYPG T~E

'll ',L MICHIGAN DAILY

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GERMlAN EDUCATORl
TO SPEAK FRIDAY

Ma 9ghty Dry P rada ottles UpBootleg Ficef

Prof. Freundjilich, of T be
Illielrit Ttstlliile is

liak 'r

. IS PROMINENT AUTIOR
Prof. Herbert Freundlich, assist-
;ant director of tihe Kaiser Wilhelm
lustitute in Blerlin xvi speak oil "The
'Stal o o Aggregation and the' Formn of
Colloidal P aricles'' at 8 o'clock FEn-
(ty in thie ('hliclIai plitlheater'.Ilie
is; brought here by I he I ijiversit y of
M jli !;(-i sfl on ovi I be Amneican
t iie-wicll 5Icie; y ,:n ll i iappear l'on
II tir la!st. prograi-i of the year.
I c<',:;sOf-I F'etd lich is 01n0 of th1e
Ot&,ta dting authIorities. in c'olloidlal
thefll i;t ry, and has writt en many ar-j
G i ; lu;oI i !; 5siib1jd(1xwh iclh have ap-
lerdin Cei'nan scientific j6urn1a:.
fI Se has also writlten somfe books an
I's t nil jus and onie of t hese, "Kapli1-
l archenne" is used as a standard au-
tliority in the studly of colloidlal
chemistry although it has never been
tranlsatedl from the German.
The object of his visit to this coun-
try is to attend the Third National

CINATES FOR HONPRS
CU011RSE TO FILENA[
!] t1" I tt)onsr, cours'"e ill English Ii I tera--
tui 71So _ ~nUitsbnit Itheir 111*111'Sto the
l s t t(' of the Eu gii sh1: de 1)1'talent.
l,":' 1 P'It h v, MAly 1 iiScord jug4to
P~rol'. t.1' J. till of' the ,English
depa rtItteI!I. Thus far 1 "tudenlts
11':V bo it'i Iit edas (caltdid!l (,'5 for ad-
11"llol Ilileid ill thle tcour(' se liclnit'ed
o 10 ;tt elts, to be chlosenll ollowinig
8I P(rl Q0D'I illt 0 vVie\ withIilmemifbers5
or the +;n ;ti 1 faculty. 'VIll( inter- '
hWwill be;il il Fridlay of Ili)we
t:,t~ colliltlle ntil 01' "' i We-
he 4:1 , (I flxi xvt eek.
flI')re t~ita 1,100 poo~hl(' viewed the
itntertnationial collection of modern
3;pal ill; gs shit I)Wi 'Iti lu iii Senlorial
1,a~l uender the auspices of thte Ann
'xrhort'art. as sociation. More titan
300 town sl:peolile, ancti 1ajppox imfately
' ;< tst mintIs visited the gstllery with-
il; £ r et ldays. IDue to the tinexpect.-
ed ly large :dt eid'auce, tile association
has found it: necessary to pirepare a
second edit ion of the exhibition c ata-
logue consis;ting of 400 copies.
'['he canv'~ases Wvill remain on dis-

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All Spe--t oet

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Drll 0111(181u htievc . "I ilVe'oplerlte flo or iV of 10711;0 ew\% rkh foot the bootleg leA tclt

C'olloid Symposiunm at which he will
b)e the guest of honor, it beinig .he
custom of the symposium to invite
one of the outstanding chemists in
thie ld to at tend as a guest of hona-
or each year. After the convention,
which will be heldt in Junte, the Ger-
man professor in itends to stay at. I
iMinveSota university , andl deliver a
course of lectures.
SPANSH CLUB TO ELECT
NEW BICERS TONT
Electioni of next year's officer s of
L a -ociedad IlisIpanica will b~e heldI
at 7 :X0 o'clock tonight at tile union.
'Pbie candidates for President are L.
C. Plartley, '26, and John Jay, '25;
lul' vice president, Mildred Burch, '27,
GrPi vlevo Speers, .'26, and Mille
MVoorman, '2GEd; for secretary, Mar-
imn Kubik, '27, Audrey Albert, '26,I
adMargaret Clemens, '26; for
tra:surer, 1t. 1M. Sinclair, '27, c. 'P.
hoee, '27, and M. 11. Levy, '27.
Following the election Prof'.
Charles P:. Wagner of tihe Romance
laqnguages diepartment will addressR
file ;ociety. Prof esor Wagnbr willf
probably discuss Spanish gypsy folk-
ire music. Several Spanish songs
will be sung by Angeline Wilson, 27,
who will be accomlpanlied on the
1 iano by her sister Gwendolyn. Plan,,
fi He annutial picnic of the soc'iety
\ill be isciussed 'also. The date has;
:i1 m:Aly beent anntouncedl to be rTlls-
(l'iy, May 19.
SpIng Eet
.1il l 13 -oar I in (conitrol of Student

out 5(1( t hl('12 muhltii Ijb 1, 2tS' e ss I o <s.11it o*IIo )-in,;t f 'ii i
sttel d. '(I'TIIe 8cr20;II h Vt51 a Itavo holit I f":1-111) rin r Iov" a Id hams
So e(II ie ti5 1111 (I ? Ir (: I'O\5 te ('111 I2I~ .ii?.-(1 , J, t8 11 1-lan , >W II
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the initel('duil h !.i8e of alievil f), ito it l ;id ''h)u 'eism>'n&h
ink?; of Prot.'. Iol'S .ATM. \Veiley ofthe (?t.Is':il
01itt0.tY tir ~ ti 11.0Ci-Iosr ('' tthing
eSsutry for tile t ,clt o t h the lea'-- ;'1 1;''i i ' te Vlit''ii 1t-h ''i
trerit nway he r'aise+t iti , tne !'()-it Lu]'il ('ili tOV 1'ix i
be presented to It;e1 Or \0iey at Stheiii it 5,'' itt i-ooie. 248,1)1s1 v2pit,
next imfli. i: ;P io ai~u *' mbli,w
Th a i its o ,o'e o \i i r ;" tli. itll ! ii :.: ti ) (, :I
fry' I11 ui, ,..z: r'TI ie At
is by Vety - ivc;;, ji i)Lt1 't b 1 )011i~ it : l
T o dzte, 12 rei C ha" $ 11 .jl{?{.} t; EIn tOhm°,.a ';''%
t ild hOL can t ,i 2it Qo for h'4' I, turd.
All1i di Sno kexe a
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1K1o tt',a ohs ,''atd '"Inia amit t I llay itere unttil May 24.
S~i'io-,'ill l:ii aud(ito~riuiml.--
.2<-t mt uilt the zlihioriitin fl 01\\'t- AIppliations Due
L .i l)- I:21II,. n tt:iyr on'fipn -All unrgcorraduate students of thej
I '' slit ihosier'y Al ills, 1In(., mesliterary college who are candidlates
si mmi ; ii er Ne in ninterfor schtoiai' hlips5 are requested to have
to'!, intoom 2, slnivers;ity ii'uil , all tihe necessary information tuned
:31) 1 a i' na nn~i n'hih I 4 in by May 15. This date is the dead-I
0 oioeisi htpalib f(;s from I lhe 'r line, according to Prof. FLI P. Thiemee
ire illint it te of i'llIsh .unIl in i Al- of the Romance languages depart-
i rtli:i AnoriaIll.m;wnt, andI those appl icationis returned,
cr < . I £ al> i Is nofte r thlrat (Mhzte w ill receive no coil- '
i~' r lnis sicore: u l tl2 tt' > ' tl' a w itch, P o fessor Tlem e cis the head.
is 'islsl misit1'rt' 0 ~. t'feso' ~ also stted lthat
8 0eIII 1'001it 21,2, Aug0 l lill,' Peosetsor t Oil
r, , ,.IL1.( y, lci o'114'~ all aw ards would b trcly based o
Sil I o:itm' ~ ll, lii.,itln' -scholarship and need. --
s~tis ilt'estetlIImmmr vetil:,l
~i :'1, nt11 , 'niversit y hall. (C'iarltilob, N,.C(., May 12. ----Earl;
ii'- Xit11111i'ii' IiI ebo ~ v 1w ii t>~('001) W on hrtif' alinumal 2a0 n il UU"
em \ ohie' te~>; t I 'auij. t. teii~li(' Crl'E.tlnx' ot (8 altie--
i 11..to0 i~beo t; IA loday oilC Ill' lofle1'

Gl.oriaSason'
IN 9

A PartTunt f 1 l e

The is celeb'ated of all
g'eafe t of all Swanson triumphs.

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lined In Pails ;and t'he lecau.- spots ol lF'ance on
su:ecd a(u- r: r scale. XWith a distinguished cast.

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Inity.
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SAI ESMEN
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1!ay 13-Sprint;Elections. jiDeuville, France, May 1t,' 2. 1 it pmr
1J3' y13-Senior Sing. I eeliert, lot lj( 1lI' s I
May 10--Cap Nght. Par is Joun al'Ikaad cb'I - 1>y1-13Fahr' we nl ittefmn u mnei b -a l. i t
13;iy 15.16-Minnesota vs. Michigan- Deauville, Simuday- was electedl t il
h'Iaseball. o1' Ihe \\ateriag, place.
May 20-'I)-Senior Banquet and Senior
~Sing. P'n(tJu, N.... M y 1:' S t.,
ilhy '20, 21, 22 23-May Festival, shigi, He iP.)(Ite s e
.11.3y 2--Senior Ball. s~iimg zOx nI!, b. 1 .t'. libx
Mla y .._-Frosli Spring Party.
IN3-22-Last day for payment of (16i- VX'O1 A F X It S SCIt I I$1
1 plorn4 fees.- - ----
i.ai' 23-Ontdloor Intersc~holadlic - -- -'
~t rackc uteet.
Iay27-.lap;:nese All-Stars vs. mic h- -
flxvm- 2, Q9 -Interscholastic Tennis
2Wmy 2t)--:x amIinaiti om sbegin.7r i L
i ,;3'2WW)--Wisconsin VS. Michiganr."'
1 Pra'ck me('et.
flrty 34o----owij, vs. Michigan-base-b
3 :'Ni--Wsconlsin -s. Michigan -
iiv 131, 1 1--Alumni meet in Detroit.
4in,1--Ohlio State vsr..MAichigan----
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(t :a 11~I21e 3;no'sitth io'r Sa11o' ;Organiizat itn for eapablI
aandt reliable youing menl, p'efer'ably
gr'aduates in business admlitnistration.
in I stil' Ii: I ~Prac:ti(cal mid thtoroutgh tra iniing anti
1! 1110 h'~,c~ah Iit gati the developmenit for greiater' and bligger
I :Iitt..tintgs ini the world of businiess. Spe-.
--~~-~inc~' iii nfaalI cxhl l i u t incrll aSi2i('S-,:service Ii connionLu
is iiltittaits I'roti o le('au- «ttllSY'' i'1"Al, the lMaga'zieo (f 1Bust-
is- t l--'t' 04niipin l nes -115. St t Glct (iy ealrings-. Liber'al
at Alttitnil l~:hl. ~Win coiit . Posit ions perltln-
'ii IiIi ~ tt' I-tiii;I om' i((11 etgoodl men for u'smmner work.
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