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April 25th, at 4:10 P.M.
t Little will discuss the
a University College.
John R. Effinger.

on Wednesday, April 27, in the

F. E. Dobbns

rell Professor of In-
m "The Locarno Set-
in the Law Building.
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cheIE (ta), "Morgen'' iStrauss), "Llebestreu" (Brahms), "Vergebliches
Standchen" (Brahms) Mr. Susumago; "A Gift of Silence" (Cyril Scott),
"The Cloths of Heaven" (Dunhill), "Swans" (Kramer), "Soft Through the
Silent Air" (Manuscript) (Susumago), "La Mujer Cruei" (Manuscript)
(Susumago) Mr. Susumago. Accompanists: Helen Sherrard and Ruth
Moore.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary
Real Estate:
Mr. R. F. Field of the Campbell-Ewald Company of Detroit, will
describe the preparation of the advertising campaign prepared under his
direction for the Krieder-Rotzel Company, Subdividers of Youngstown, Ohio,
in an address under the auspices of the school of Business Administration,
Room 206, Tappan -Hall, at 4:15 on Tuesday, April 26.
This company received one of the Harvard Advertising awards for 1926.
The meeting will be open to all who are interested in Real Estate.
Ernest 31. Fisher
Athena Literary Society:
Tryouts for the upperclass debate will take place at the next regular
meeting. The subject is "Resolved: That the United States should re-
nounce all .claims in China immediately." All members except freshmen
and varsity debaters are expected to try-out. Athena will uphold the
affirmative side.
Florence A. Pollock, President....
Sigmna Delta Chii:
There will be a meeting of Sigma Delta Chi, Monday afternoon at 3
o'clock at the Press,Building for the purpose of electing officers fdr next
year and to approve the Gridiron Banquet report.
W. Calvin Patterson, President
AS.C.E.-Student Chapter:
. A special meeting will be held Monday night at 7:00 p.m., in the Union.,
Election of new members will be made at thismeeting, so all members are
urged to be present.
Ralph B. Ehlers
PIhi Beta Kappa:
The Annual Initiation Banquet df the Alpha Chapter of Michigan will
be held at the Michigan Union on Thursday, May 5th, at 6:15 p.m. Pro-
fessor Grant Showerman of the University of Wisconsin will give the Ad-
dress.N
Cards have been sent to all whose names are in the files of this Chapter.
All members of Phi Beta Kappa are cordially invited. Bnquet tickets will
be $1.50 each. Reservations will be made for those who notify the secre-
tary by mail to the Chemistry Biulding.
P. F. Weath4erill, Secretary
Botantical Journal Club:-
There will be a meeting of the Botanical Journal Club, Tuesday eve-
ning, April 26, at 7:30, in Room B173 of the Natural Science Building.
Papers will be reviewed by Mr. M. M. Rhoades, Mrs. G. K. Gelder, and Miss
S. B. Geisler. r~~

Phi Kappa Phi:
Business meeting at the office of the Summer Session, on Monday af
noon, April 25th, at 4:45.
- . E. 11. Baker, Secretary
Eeperanto Course:
Seudents desiring to learn Esperanto tre invited to attend the col
which is given Mondays at 4:15 P.M., in Room 1021, Angell Hall.
Ch. W. Hunt
Men's Educational Club :
The Men's Educational Club will meet Monday, April 25, at i:00 P.
in Room 304 Michigan Union. Professor James B. Edmonson will sp
on "How t' Secure a Teaching Position."
All men interested in education are urged to be present.
J.- . Cooper, President.

School of Education Luncheon:
The regular Monday Luncheon of the School of Educ:
at the Union, Ladies Dining Room, Monday, April 25, at 12
luncheon, President Little will discuss the organization
University college. A full attendance is desired.
REED.WILL PAR TICIPA TE IN
OF ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE l

Bates.

Whewell Professor of In-
re of "International Re-
h, at 4:15 P. M. in Room
an expert adviser to the
at the Peace Conference.
national Law and a mem-
s the annual law lecture
Coif. The public is cor-
Hs. N. Bates.
T. Moore, Skidmore Col-
Auditorium of University
ging tendencies in college
-ly urged to be present.
A. S. Whitney.

Professor Thomas H. Reed, of the
political science department, will par-
ticipate in a series of meetings to
be held under 4he auspices of the{
Anti-Saloon League of Americat
throughout New Jersey late this
month and in May, according to an
announcement made by Dr. Howardj
H. Russell, associate superintendent
of the League. Professor Irving Fish-
er of Yale University and Prof.
Thomas Carver, of Harvard, will also

take the platfc
existing prohib
Fisher and Car
two greatest au
in the country,
is a specialist
system of govei
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28, at Montclair
addressed by P
fessor Carver w
meeting a week

ompbell-Ewald
he auspices of
.5 on Tuesday,
he preparation
, Youngstown,
s for 1926. Mr.
: explain how a
:he work of its

AMERICA FOI
April 24-
A prize of FIVE DOLLARS is
the best guess at the age of the big whit
special exhibit illustrating Michigan fores
NOW ON D
WAUR'S.

Bessie IB.┬░lianouse, Secretary

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labor through

interested in advertising. It
practical problems of agency

Carl N. Schmalz

Freshman Girls' Ilee Club:
All-members of the Freshman Girls' Glee Club are urged to be present
at the last meeting on Monday, April 25th. Final plans for the party will
be made at that time.
Georgia Vandawarker, President
Oratorical Association Patrons:
United States Senator Frank B. Willis, of Ohio, will speak in Hill
Auditorium on Tuesday evening, April 26, at 8:00 P.M. Senator Willis will
replace Senator Pat Harrison'who was unable to appear on the Oratorical
Association Lecture Course. Season ticket coupon number eight will admit.
Carl G. Brandt, Financial Manager.
Physics Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:14 P.M., Tuesday, 'April 24, in
Room 1041, New Physics Building. Mr. Aaron Levin will speak on "The
Infra-Red Absorption Bands of Acetylene, Ethylene and Ethane." All inter-
ested are cordially invited to attend.
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"Forestry from an Engineering
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Wisdom," will be shown. The

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Buononcini
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Quarterdeck:
A meeting of Quarterdeck will c held Tuesday April 26, at 7:30
Room 345, West Enginering Building.
L. D. lestoii, Steward
1'. of 11.Glee Club:
There will be a rehearsal at the Union, Monday- night at 7 P.M.
L. S. Bulpian

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Coro-na, Royal, and
Underwood, Royal, Remington, Smit
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