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'THEl MTIITCGAN DAILY

TUfl.SDAY, 1MARCI T7,112

Senior AMec hanical Engineers; Pollock Will Deal OSTAND- 7TAPPINGf ILL E TR tA1N
lMir. Elton iets of the Buiic Motor Cuwpmysa~ will be in room 221 ;F RYOST TOE P ANP O R I
West Enginaeering Buildini on Thuesda-y, Marcha , to interview students W~ith Fascist Plans F RE S OE P~ N PO R~~
interested + incrolngi thi raining school, ]erdatm to psitions of A1C1. I4 As a follow up to thec recent (Yost~ will address two of the fluX
exeutie ~ fleasternicun trip of Prsidenat C~a fuc!-rao high schools on the game day

I f th~e UniversityA Copy rceived by thle Assistant. to the k'res1 " W L. - -Cook Litle.an
dent ntil 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mi. Saturday.) I.- nlyighCgvonenandpesietof the
Junior Enginers: ; politis of Fascist Italy, Prof. James tion, Fielding H.
IVol. XXXIX THURSDAY, MARtCH 7, 1929 No. 115 There will be a meeting of the Junior Engineers on Friday, March K. Pollock, of the political sc1ic atletics, and T.
1---____8, in room 348 at 10:00 a. in.j department, wil speak before nz f;ield secretary of
Sente ounil:R. N. Crrunow, President ers of I Circolo Italiano and their socation, will ad
Sente ounil:guests at the next public meetingI alumni bodies thi
A meeting of the Senate Council, for the transaction of important! of the Cirolo, to be held March ncinwt h
business, is called for Thursday, March 7, at 4:00 p. i., in room ,! Sophomore Engineering Class Meeting: 2,it.asanoucenystrdyi niveity t
Alumni Memorial Building. ;h~ vi eameigo h ohmr nier nTusa Anton Napoli, of the Romance lan-1Tewilat
1. E Rlobbinis 1 11 a. in. in room 348. Class business wil be taken up, including choice' guages department and faculty ad- TheyUnilersyo
___i___ of jackets. iser of the club. th nvriyo
Ecoomis 3-Mkcup xamnaionErwin J. Benz, President Professor* Pollock spnt last year Buffalo n March
Econ mics53-M ke-p Ex minaiin Europe, and was in Italy for "It is al
The make-up examination in this course will be given Thursday,~ Junior Lit. Swimmzers: some time. H3e will compare con-'
March 7, at 3 p. in., room 207 Ec. All men interested in winning their class numerals in the inter- ditions in Italy both before and j
Ii. 1. Caverly class meet call 3818 sometime Thursday, March 7. after the advent of Fascism and f M
-" Dudley C. Fossu will connect the growth of the
Political Science 31 : * ---- Fascist movement with the hang- *£
The make-up final examination in this course will be given Sat- All Campus Forum:ug eneto tli a
urday morning, March 9, from 9 to 12 in room 2023 Angll Hall. All' Professor Preston W. Slosson of the H-istory Depart ent, will speak I o"encXechistoe one of the *
students who missed thc final.- exmination mnust take this exarina-! in the reading room of Lane Hal at 4:05 p. i., today. Under the most interesting ectures of the
tti . ;general heading ,"Looking on Life," Professor Slosson will discuss "The ;year" said Napoli yesterday. "Pro-Jm s K ol c ,J .H s oi n L o s o i e " Al m n a d wo e t d n s a d m m e s f s o ol c s e i e ty w l
of the faculty are invited. prepared for the subject on which4
Semnitics 101:I The Forum Committec he is to speak and in addition is
The akeup inalin hiscoure wll e gien ridy, Mrch8, t iJohn Webster, Julius A. Zink 3 an accomplished lecturer. I cn ,*
The'cmo ke-upomf02nA l hs orewilb gvnFidy arh8It ___sider it of special interest that the1
Vast oGcockin.ooC201uA:II ;details of his lecture will probably
Ellen Moore VriyGe.Cu:eal i uinet iulz
______________All members are requested to be at Morris Hall tonight at tentenaseshiladinge cn visai- I
Psychology 31, 'Make-up Final Examination: minutes before seven for the club's radio program. Every man is can settlement." gtercnVai
Studntsmayappar n rom 121,NatralSciece uiling atasked to be there promptly.
Stuents may appa~r in room 1121in, aura cineBuligL. NM. Goodspeed, Manager Beta Kappa Rho: ho-,
2 o'clock rav March 8pfr a a ke-un A ~fina 4&. ~A*l exninPshl-* Intaio fne ebeswl

I E J.Ottway Ir ophiy to one of them. Tapping',
Alumni associa - principal work will be to consult
Yost, director of with the officers of the club con-
Hawley Tapping,'! cerning their project for the Alum-
if the Alumni as-i ni Ten Year Plan which will, prob-
Adress twvo eastern; ably be announced at the meeting.
As month in con- Ai similar dinner is scheduled in
eadvancement of th~eir honor on Wednesday, March
,en year program. 20, at 7:30 o'clock in the University
ad a meeting of club in Pittsburgh, to be given by
f Michigan club of the University of Michigan club o0
,h 15, and Director that city.

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Adelbert Ford
Geography 1:s
Make-up - examination Wednesday, March 13, at 3 o'clock in room,
17, ;Angell Hall,.
S. D. Dodge, E. C. Prophet
House Presidents:c
The 'Departmlent of Physical Education for Women wishes to thank
the House Presidents for their splendid cooperation in the circulation
and rcturn of the Questionaires.;
La uric E. Campbell t
Summer Employment For Women:
Witt any, girls interested in typing and stenographic positions in
Detroit next summer kindly telephone 8316 or come in to see me. l
Beatrice W. Johnson
Senior and Junior electrical Engincers and Senior and Junior Mechanical
niners:79~T ir rTT,.h~F XN^ "

Tryouts for French :Play:behlSaudy vnigMrc
Tryouts for the French PlayXWenesday and Thursday thin week: 9, at 8:30 o'clock, eningh WMa.chA.
from 4:00 to.5:30 room 408, Roman cc Languages Building. Open to all builin.,t sionth .A Al
students interested in French. !bidn.I sipratta l
Rene Talamon ;members be present.
Louise Lingel, President
Colloquium in Applied Mechanics:? Sigma Gamma Epsilon :
The next meeting will be held on Thursday, March 7, at, 7:30 p. m-. There will be a luncheon at the
in room 248, West Engineering Building. Mr. W. S. Housel will speak Unioni at 12:15 Thursday.
on. "Fundamental Research in Foundation Engineering." All interested( C. H. Riggs, Secretary
arc invited to attend.I?
W. M. Coates ! Faculty Women's Club:
,.w The regular March meeting of
Christian Science Society: the Faculty Women's Ciub will be
The Psychological Journal Club meets Thuirsday, March 7, at 7:30, held Thursday evening. March 7,
in_3126 N. S. Professor Trow will report on "Aggressiveness in Sales- f at the University High School. The
mnanship," and Professor Adams on "Application of Psychophysical Tuesday play-reading section, the
Principles to Rating Scales." Visitors ar welcome.} Monday drama section, and the
C. fl. Grififltts .music section will be in charge of
-- - the program, and the husbands of
Polonja Literary Circle:; the members will be guests.
Mr. F. Jarosz, a former student at the University of Poznan in Mrs. WV. L. Badger

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rriuay, mgrcxi a, Mr~. Ai. r..iuriuut t, Employmnt mivanager, anul Poland, will speak on the life of the Polish mountaineer, Saturday
ther representatives of The Detroit Edison Company wil interview night, March 9, at 8 o'clock, in Lane Hall. He will illustrate his talk H lillel Foundation:
seniors and graduate students in regard to permanent employment and with lantern slides, and will present also, a group of folk songs and Maurice Schatz will be the guest
juniors who are inerested in summer work with the company. The dances. Mr. Jarosz will be dressed in his native costume. All membersi speaker at a Women's Luncheon
room number will be posted on Departmental bulletin boards. are requstcd to be present. Any others interested are cordially I to be held. in the Ladies' dining
A. U. Moore, H. C. Anderson ;'invited. M room of the Union at 12:15 today.
K. Karpiski, Pesident I Phillip Stern

junior Civil Engineers:__________
Mr. T. Warren Allen of the U. S. Bureau or Public Roads, will be Landscape Club:.
here on Thursday, March 7, to interview students regarding positions~ There will be a meeting of the
as Junior Engineers with the Bureau of Public Roads this summer.1 Landscape Club at 7:30 Thursday,
Anyone interested, please see me at room 1224, East Engineering Build-; March 7, at the Michigan Union.
R. . orrsoWI. H. Laverty, President
Engfineers: ORANGES GRAPEFRUIT,

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You- are cordially invited to attend the motion picture "Steam" to bet
presented: Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock, Natural Science Auditorium.
The filmr prepared by the B. & W. Boiler Company is presented under the;
auspices of the A. S. M. E.

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F r e s hi carload of Florida
oranges--65c peck or $2.50 bui.
One week off' tree.. Est between
W. Jeff. and William. Open 8
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