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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Physiological Clemistry 102:
Refunds for both laboratoiry seLions in Physiological Chemistry are
available and may be obtained fror' 1:30 to 5 o'clock in Room 218 West
Medical Building. Attention of stud nts is called to the fact that these re-
fund slips are void if not presented ro the Treasurer's Office within 6 molihs
of the date of issue.
It. B. Lewis.
Political Science 292; Journal Club.

\egro-Caucaslan Club:
Mr. Russell W. Jelliffe, Director of
The Playhouse Settlement, Cleveland,
0., research worker in African Art,
will give an address on "Experiences
in Racial Adjustment," on Thursday,
April5, at 8 p.m., in Room 319, Michi-
gan Union. All interested are cord-
Tally invited.
Donald F. White.

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There will be a meeting of the Journal Club today at 3 o'clock, 2035 ._,.
Angell Hall. House Presidents:
J. S. Reeves. All money and tickets for the Rock-
ford Players must be in by Friday
Fencers-:'noon, April 6. Report to Janice\ Peck
There will be an all-campus fencing tournament in three weaipons on at Martha Cook, either Thursday or
Thursday afternoon, April 5, at 2:30 o'clock in the Waterman Gymnasium. Friday morning.
1. A. Wiggers. Evelyn (gborn, Chairman.
Students' Recit l Series: Unhersi Glee Cl appear in dress
The following program will be given in the Students' Recital Series in the All m rs mst apper in det
School of Music Auditorium, Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. The general suits for the Easter concert tonight
public, with the exception of small children, is cordially invited to attend..A in Hill auditorium.
Wieniawski, Legend, Op. 17; Gluck-Kreisler, Melody; Kreisler, Capricz( I. A. Campbell, Faculty Adviser.
Viennoi-s,.Mary Alice:Case: Chopin, Three Etudes Dorr Legg: Wilson, Carmen Senior Englneers:
Waltz Song, Helen Gould: Chopin, Scherzo, Op. 39, Philip Stern: Mozart, T wi bee
Minuet from the 17th Divertimento, Couperin-Kreisler, Pavane, Beth Hamil- There will be a class meeting
ton: Accompanists, Louise Nelsen and Marion Johnson. Ihrsy at 2 o'clock in Room 348.
Chairles Su~k. All senior engineers are obliged
to attend.

WHITNEY
THEATRE
STOCK. SEASON
11th and Final Week

Athena Literary Society:
The upper class debate tryouts will be held April 17. All upper class
members are required to tryout at this time, by giving a three-minute talk
on either side of the following question: "Resolved: That the United States
Government Should Cease to Protect American Capital Invested in Foreign.
Countries."
Pauline Zeller, President.
Varsity Glee Club:
Members of the Glee Club will meet at 7:50 o'clock in formal dress at the1
rear door of Hill Auditorium, Thursday, April 5.
herbert J. Palmer, Manager.
Comedy Club:
There will be an important meeting of Comedy Club today, April 5, at 4
o'clock in Newberry Hall. All members are urgently requested to be present.
Roy 0. Curtis, President.
Colloquiumi in Applied Mechanics:'
There will be a meeting on Thursday, April 5, at 7:30 p.m., in Room 248
West Engineering Building. The discussion of "Plasticity" will be continued.!
W. M. Coates.
Repuiblicani Club :
There will be an important meeting of the Republican Club, at 7:30
p.m., Thursday evening, April 5, 1928 in Room 323 Michigan Union. The new
officers and executive board will be announced and Judge Reading will
talk.
11. A. Marks, President. !
League for Industrial Democracy:
There will be a meeting of the L.I.D. Thursday, April 5, at S o'clock inI
the evening, at the Labor Temple, 207 East Washington. Professor Lowell
J. Carr of the department of sociology will deliver an address entitled, "What
is Industrial Democracy?" Members are urged to atten', and all others who
may be interested alt cordially invited. There will be no admission charged.
Judith Mayer.
Christian S(ience Society:
Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan meets tonight at
7:30 o'clock in the Upper Room of Lane Hall.
Alice Louise Fouch, Secretary.

L L. iatheson.
Expect Redduction In
Fire Insurance For
University Buildings
A reduction in the rate 'paid by the
University on its fire insurance will
probably be effected as a result of
findings made in the recent fire in-
spection trip of University buildings,
it has "been announced by Irving W.
Truettner, maintenance inspector of
the Buildings and Grounds depart-
ment.
"The firm of Johnson and Higgins,
Chicago, fire prevention engineers,
sent out a specially trained repre-
sentative to assist us in the work,"
said Mr. Truettner, "and he has
included in his official report the
statement that fire hazards on the
University campus are at the present
time fewer than ever before. This.
means that the board of underwrit-
ers will give us either a reduction in
rate or credit on our premiums."
All University buildings, including
those under construction, and the
Ihospital units, were included in the
inspection. They were rated on per-
centage of fire proof building ma-
terials used in their construction,
and on the fire fighting apparatus
with which they were equipped.
QUEENS UNIVERSITY-Students
here went on strike recently.

ONLY 4 MORE
PERFORMANCES!
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thru SATURDAY
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With Charles Warburton as Morell
Robert Henderson as Marchbanks
The Rockford Players wish to
thank their patrons for the appre-
ciation and support that have
made these eleven weeks so happy
and successful.

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