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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1928.

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fessor C. N. Schmalz will speak on "Work of our Bureau of Business Re-
search."
Z. C. Dickinson.
To All Members of Phi Kappa Phi:
The spring initiation, banquet, and election of officers will be held at the
Michiga Union at 6:30 o'clock on the evening of May 24. We should be
pleased to have members reservations prior to noon of that date. Campus
,phone 237, Room 302, W. Engineering Annex.
8. S. Swinton, Secretary.

Scabbard and Blade:
There will be an honorary initiation followed by an initiation banquet at
5:30 o'clock Sunday evening in the Union. All members should be present.
C. E. Staff.
Research Club:
The Research Club will meet in Room 2528 East Medical Building on
Wednesday, May 23, at 8 p.m. The following papers will be read: "Energy
exchanges in electric discarge through gases," by Professor O. S. Duffen-
back; and "The antecedents and present consequences of the multiplication
of Universities in England," by Professor R. M. Wenley. Members of the
Club are requested to bring copies of their recent publications for the semi-
annual exhibition.
The Councqi will meet at 4:30 o'clock in Room 1, Pharmacology Building
Louis I. Bredvold, Secretary.
Ilindustan Club:
There will be a meeting of the Hindustan Club in Lane Hall on Sunday,.
May 20, at 3 p.m. The election of officers for the next fall session will take
place. Important business matters will be discussed.
Presence of each and every member is desired.
H. S. Birdi, Secretary.
Chinese Students' Club:i
The club is holding a special meeting today at 2 p.m., in Wesley Hall.
Everyone of the club is earnestly requested to be present.
T. T. Zee, President.
Mr. Buchianan's German Classes:
Mr. Buchanan's German classes will meet as usual on Monday.
C. D. Buchanan.

PHI SIGMA ELECTS
ELEVEN MEMBERS
Ten students and one professor com-
prises the list of those who were ad-
mitted to Phi Sigma, national honor-
ary biologic society, in their annual
election of new members. Prof. G.
Carl Huber, dean of the Graduate
school, was elected to honorary mem-
bership, while the following are those
students who were elected: Lloyd E.
Alexander, Grad., Gerrit Bevelander,
Grad., Samuel L. Diach, '30M, Moses
Hartman, Grad., Harold W. Lovell,
'29M, Arnold L. Nelson, '28 ,George
L. Pattee, '29M, George M. Plagens,
Grad., Paul V. Reid, '29D, and Stanley
C. Whitlock, Grad.
WILL HOLD BRIDGE MATCH!
The club rooms of the University
club in Alumni memorial hall will be
the scene of a bridge match between
the University club and the Detroit
athletic club next Saturday evening,
May 26. The University club team,
composed of Professor Clyde Love,
Professor John C. Breyer, Dr. A. D.
Wickett, '14, and '17 Medic., and Mr.
Harry Hawley, '15, will be opposed by
the team which won the club chain-
pionship of the country just recently;
OREGON STATE. - Two evening
classes in food selection and prepara-
tion are given iat Oregon State for
men. The classes are 'so popular that
the laboratory cannot accommodate
all who wish to enroll.

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