THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1929
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LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
8:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
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K 16. Number 126.
hearsal of Dubois' "Seven Last Words of Christ." The scores have arrived
and may be obtained at the University Music House.
Roy S. Lalighani, Conductor.
Polonia Literary Circle:
Professor Preston W. Slosson of the History Department will speak to us
Friday, March 16, at 8 p.m., in Lane Hall Auditorium. The subject of his talk
will be "The Historic Traditions of Poland."
Tea will be served after the meeting.
Cecilia D. Wells, Secretary.
Freshmen Debating Squad-Adelphli house of Representatives:
The following men will compose the Adelphi squad in the annual debate,
with Alpha Nu:
The squads will meet Tuesday evening, March 20, immediately following
the closed session.j
Exhibition of Textiles and Pencil Draniiings:
The following are now being shown in the exhibition cases, ground floor,
A loan collection of Silk Fragments of the XVTH-XVIIITH Centuries,
illustrating the development of textile design in Italy, Spain and France as
reflected in Damaskas, Brocades and Brocatelles, also Velvets.
The prize drawings from an international competition in pencil render-
The pencil drawings and textiles will remain on exhibition through
Thursday, March 22.
Mr. Herbert Lawless, representing the Butterick Company of New York,
will interview students interested in summer employment in Room 302,
Michigan Union, from 1:30 to 5 p.m., Friday, March 16.,
J. A. Bursley.
There will be an important class meeting Friday, March 16, in Room 348,
a t 9 o'clock.
Harold L. Matheson, President.
The sale of programs, invitations, and announcements will be continued
The samples of the invitations and of the announcements have arrived.
J. Albert Roesch.
Seniors, Literature, Science and the Arts:
All seniors interested in interviewing representatives of the American
Telephone and Telegraph Company and Associated Bell Companies see Mr.
Parker in Room 201 Mason Hall this week. Representatives of the Company
will be in Ann Arbor, March 19-23 inclusive.
'. E Parker.
Beginning today, I will meet all of my classes in Room 306, East Engin-
eering Building (Drawing Room) for the next few weeks.
F. W. Pawlowski.
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ASST H EA T R
Prices-\lghts, $1.00 to $3
Wednesday Mat. $1.00 to $2.(
Sat. Mat. $1 to $2.50. (Plus Ta
The Pirates of
9Ionday, Tuesday and Wedn
lay Eves., and Wednesday M
Robert J. Gessner.
Wesleyan Guild Banquet:
Dr. Lynn Harold Hough, pastor of the Central Methodiat Church of De-
troit, will be the speaker at the Wesleyan Guild banquet at 6 o'clock Friday
in the Frst Methodist Church. Dr. Hough will speak on "The Clock Without
G. B. Ahn Jr., Publicity Chairman.
All are cordially invited to attend an address by Mr. Ittamar Ben Zvi,
noted Palestine journalist, tonight at 8 o'clock at the Hillel Foundati;n, 615
David J. Cohen.
Chinese Students' Christian Association:
A social and discussion meeting will be held in Wesley Hall, on Saturday,
March 17, at 7:30 p.m. All Chinese students interested are cordially in-
Catherine Tong, Chairman.
Tickets for the Senior Supper to be given March 19 at 6:30 o'clock at the
Michigan Union will be on sale for the last time from 2 to 5 o'clock today at
Barbour Gymnasium. The tickets are $1.60.j
Woodward, at Eliot
NIGH'TS, 75, $1.50. Mats. Tui
Thurs. and Sat., 50c, 75c
second Wk. Beg. Mon. Mar.
The Season's Dramatic Sensati
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Not a hat just for to.
(lay and tomorrow,but
a hat you may wear,
sure in the knowledge
that its style will last
throughout' its long
Beg. Sunday Night, Feb. 11
Jed. Harris' World-Famous
lDrama of the Cabarets
Sh n Sbert-Lafayette
beginning Sunday, March 1
rices: Nights, 50c to $2.50; Ss
It. 50c to $.; Popular Thus
dor _at. .")0p to $1.50
c&le oyr oimy, Ieli
Gives Lecture Here
There will be an initiation of new members on Saturday, the 17, in Lane
Hall, at' 8 p.m.
Dr. Frederick H. Cowan will speak on the topic "Robert Burns, Poet of
Raja Rowrani, Pre'sident.
Gogebic Range Club:
All members are asked to be present at the meeting Friday night, March
16, at 8, Michigan Union. Carl and Steve have a feature stunt for the
Peter Bugni, President.
Choral lit. Class and Others:
Mr. Moore's 11 o'clock Choral Lit. Class and the people' who are singing
for the cantata, will meet in Hill Auditorium at 11 today for the first re-
Prof. Victor K. LaMer of the depart-
ment of chemistry at Columbia uni-
tversity spoke yesterday afternoon in
the auditorium of the Chemistry b~uild-
ing on "The Influence of Electrical
Charges on the Behavior of Solutions,
Dr. LaMer, who is a native of Kan-
sas, received his training at the uni-
verities of Kansas, Chicago, Columbia,
Cambridge;, and Copenhagen. He has
taught in the Kansas high school's and
at Columbia, university, and was the
Cutting travelling fellow of Columbia
for one year.
CLUB PLANS NOMINATIONS
The executive board of the Faculty
Women's club has appointed the fol-
lowing women as members of the
nominating committee: Mrs. W. A.
Frayer, Mrs. John Sundwall, Mrs.
Max Winkler, Mrs. C. E. Griffin, Mrs.
O. W. Boston, Mrs. E. C. Goddard, and
Mrs. A. E. Wood. The offices to be
filled are those of president and secre-
tary, and the chairmanships of the en-
tertainment, house, and refreshment
Fish Dinner Today
We are serving a special Lenten Feast
today. A meal that tastes different, that IS
different than other fish dinners.
Give Us a Trial.
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2 GIRLS WANTED
A. t Comedy of Youth. Romance
7 new styles
in sport shoes
3 new shoes
for day wear
TONIGHT at 8!
8th Big Week-The Real Successes
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The 24th Annual Junior Girls' Play
THE LOVE OF PETE"
A Floating University Romance
in Ibsen's Thrilling Masterpiece
"A great interpretation of
a great play!"
Every Night, including Sunday at 8:00-1'c, 75c, $1. Wed.
Mat. at 3:00-Entire House 50c; Sat. Mat. at '3:00-50c, 75c.
Seat Sale at Hill Auditorium
FRIDAY, 3-5 P. M.
SATURDAY, 9 A. M.-5 P. M.