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May 01, 1928 - Image 8

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West Association of Directors of Physical Education for Women in Colleges
and Universities.
Margaret Bell, M. D.

present at the

Senior Ball:
There are just a few tickets left for the Senior Ball on May 18. Seniors
who wish to go had better get their tickets immediately. They will be on
sale from 9 a.m., until noon and from 2 p.m., to 4 p.m, today in the lobby of
University Hall. JameJs Hughey, Chairman.
Junior Research Club:
The regular meeting of the Junior Research Club will be held -n Room
1121, Natural Science Building, on Tuesday, May 1, 1928, at 7:30 p.m. There
will be election of officers. The program will be as follows: Dr. C. E.
Guthe-North American Archaeology; Dr. B. A. Soule-Determination of Fer-
rous Iron in Minerals. Pmul S. Barker, Secretary.
Railroad Consolidation:
Mr. E. T. Howson, of Chicago, who is Western Editor of th2 Railroad
Age and a national authority on railroad economic questions, will 'speak
Wednesday evening, May 2, at 8 p.m., at Room 348, West. Engineering, on the
subject of "Railroad Consolidaticn and its Effect on the Future." The Trans-
portation Club is bringing Mr. Howson here andl it cordially invites the
public to be its guest and hear him. !. 31. Shoeiiiaker.

Two diet kitchens and a number of
utility rooms in the Convalescent hos-
pital are to be completely remodeled
at a cost of $1,800, it was announced
yesterday by Ward A. Davenport, as-
sistant superintendent of the Build-
ings and Grounds department. The
rooms will be completely torn out,
and then entirely rebuilt, Mr. Daven-
pont said.
The diet kitchens will be consider-
ably enlarged. Tile floors in them
will be replaced by linoleum, and
new style refrigerators and sinks in-
Senior Employment:
Mr. Lateer of the John Hancock In-
surance Company will interview
seniors interested in Lite insurance
work in the State of Michigan, on
Thursday, May 3. Call at Room 201
',lason Hall for appointment.
W.J E. Parker.

F. B. Wahr, Assistant Dean.

Girls Wishing Half-Time Positions:
There are several positions available for University women, Who are in-
vited to come in to see me if interested.
Ieatrice W. Johnson.
Zoology 1:
Members of my sections conducting the experiment will meet Tuesday at
5 p.m., to arrange further procedure.
A. Franklin Shull.

Student Branch A.S.M.E.:
The last regular business meeting+
evening at 7:30 o'clock, in Room 229.
next year's officers it is important thatx
Varsity Glee Club:
The Varsity Glee Cluo will assemble
at the rear of Hill Auditorium this
morning at 10:50 o'clock to partici-
pate in the Honors Convocation. 1
There will be a rehearsal at 7
o'clock this evening at the School of
Theodore Louis Trost, President.

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of the school year will be held this
Since there will be an election of
all members be present.
P. M. Shoemaker.

It. C. hutchins.
Geography 202 and 204:
All students in these courses under my direction meet Wednesday at
1:30 o'clock, Room 4, Angell Hall.
Ii. C. Mcu rry.


Elizabeth iueks.
Sociology 51-Mr. Angell's Sections:
Illness prevents me from meeting my classes today and from keeping my
consultations this afternoon. Read through Chapter 16 for Thursday and Fri-
R. C. Angell.
French Play:
The Annual French Play: "Le Doctieur Miracle," by Francis de Croisset
and Robert de Flers will be presented by members of the Cercle Francais at
the Mimes Theater, Thursday, May 3, at 8:15 o'clock.
Tickets on sale Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at Wahr's bookstore
for 75 cents. Cercle membership tickets will be accepted as 50 cents towards
the purchase price of a seat.
Rene Talamon.
La Sociedad Hispanica
A very important meeting for the nomination of officers for 1928-1929
will be held on Wednesday, May 2, 7:30 p.m., at Room 1035 Angell Hall. This
will be the last opportunity this year for the initiation of new members. A
large attendance is expected to take care of this important business.
Charles N. Statibach, President.
Spanish Plays:
The cast of Im Plancha de la Marque'sa will rehearse in 302 South Wing
on Wednesday, May 2, at 5 p.m., and on Friday, May 4, at 7:30 p.m. All
members please be present at these rehearsals. Charles N. Staubach.
Physles Colloquium:
Mr. J. E. Mack will speak on "The Application of the X-ray Laws to Op-
tical Spectra of Higher Rank, and the Classification of Gallium IV and Ger-
manium V," at 4:15 o'clock, Tuesday, May 1, in Room 1041, East Physics Build-
ing. All interested are cordially invited. D. 31. Dennison.

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them with a photograph or snapshot before May 3. t'au Beta Pi:
W. E. Parker. There will be a meeting of Tau Beta Pi at the Union Tuesday, May 1,
at 6 p.m. L. 1). Weston, Secretary,
Students interested in the intensive business training given at Babson In- Adelphi Iouse of Representatives:
ite, Babson Park, Massachusetts, may meet W. R. Mattson, Assistant to All members should inspect the bulletin board today. A special at-
President, on Wednesday or Thursday, May 2 and 3, at the Hotel Statler, traction is scheduled for t night. Roert It. Lloyd, Treasurer.
J. A. Bursley. Athena Literary Society:
As there is some very important business to be discussed at tonight's
ersity Women: meeting, all members are asked to be present. Meeting will be called to
I will not be in my Medical Office Tuesday or Wednesday morning, May 1, order promptly at 7:30 o'clock.
2, except by special appointment, on account of the meeting of the Mid- Paul ne Zoller, President.
Institute of Jleligious Education:
e. Thomas M. Idlen .will continue
course on the study of the Gospel
St. John. The class will meet I 6Ui
evening at 7 p.m., in the "Upper
m" at Lane Hlh laStns andL t EN
general public are invited.
George G~. Aldeo.
pha Nu debating society willYHEALTH
Tuesday, May 1, at 7:30 o'clock. Our Stack Is Complete
program will consist of a con-
ration of the question: "Resolved
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