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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 1l2

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Senior Tv1eehanieal Engineers: Senior Bail: e T
Mr: W. G. Hillen of the Carrier Engineering Corporation will be The senior ball committee will meet Sunday afternoon, March 24,
in room 221 West Engineering Building on Monday, Tuesday, and at 2:30 o'clock in room 302 at the Union.
Wednesday, March 25, 26, and 27, tio interview students interested- in Loy___. Sutherland
positions with this company.
H. C. Anderson Hillel Foundation:
Professor Wahr of the German Department will lead the Open For-
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SCHOOLS PAIR
[EBATING MEETS

Vol. XXXIX SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 1929 No. 130
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Lectures by Professor Roosval on Swedish Ar' j
The public is cordially invited to attend the following lectures to'
be given by Professor Roosval of the University of Stockholm:
March 25-"Romanesque A;chitecture
in Sweden and Denmark"I
March 26-"Mural Painting in Swedishf
Churches"
March 27-"Sculpture of Spain andr
Southern France in the
XIth and XIIth Centuries"
The lectures will be illustrated. and will be given at 4:15 o'clock in
the ground floor lecture room of the A ch tectural Building.
Emil Lorch

Senior Engineers:; um Discussion Group at the F'oundation on Tiuesay evngmr Ehtsaeihscolaesil
Aenio Engeers df2, at 7:30. All who are interested are cordially invited to attend. ;in the running for title, and have
moving pictures on the Manufacture of Gasoline, to be followed by a . Philip S. Stern been paired to decide which four
demonstration of Anti-Knock Fuels by actually operating a small engine. will enter the semi-finals, accord-
This will be shown in Natural Science Auditorium on Tuesday, March T wPi Lambda Theta: ..a.i.h of.ling to Prof. G. E. Densmore of the
26, t 700 p m.Thisis pento te gnera pulicThere will be an important meeting in the Lounge of Palmer Field
20, at 7:00 p. mn. This is open to the general public, ;speech department, manager of
IV. E. Lay House Monday night at 7:30. Dean Edmonson will speak. the chigan State gh Schoo
Bernice McHale, President debate league.
Senior Literary Invitation Committee: Acolyte. Cheboygan, Grand Rapids Souti,
There will be a meeting of the Senior Literary Invitation and There will be a meeting of the Society on Monday evening, March Flint Northern 'and Birmingham
Announcement Committee Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock in room 302 i T.s will take the affirmative of the
of the Michigan. Union. Please bing your receipt books. 25, at 7:30 p. m., in 202 S. W. Mr. Hoekstra will read a "Critique of question, "Resolved, That a Fed-
Charles H. Seilheimer, Chairman Santayana's Theory of Essences." eral Subsidy for the American
Otis H. Lee Merchant Marine Would be a Wise
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Business Administration Lecture:
Professor C. R. Rorem, Assistant Tiean of the College of Commerce
and Administration .>f The University of Chicago, will speak on the
subject, "Accounting as a Scientific Method," on Monday, March 25,
at 1:00 in the Natural Science Auditorium. This lecture is intended
p imarily for Accounting and Business Administration students, but,
others interested are cordially invited to attend.
W. A. Paton
All Metal Dirigible-Illustrated Lecture:
The Aeronautical Society announces that Mr. Carl Fritsche of thet
Aircraft Development Corporation will give a talk on the new all metal
dirigible on Tuesday,.March 26, at 7:30 p. m., in room 348 West Engi-
neering Building. All interested are invited,

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#axnea ze mnar:
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, March 27, at 4:30, room 11391
N. S. Bldg. Paper by L. E. Wehmeyer-"Cultural Studies on the Sphaeri-
ales of the Ascomycetes."
13. AL Davis
Speech Group of the First Semester:
Please call for about 10 minutes at 212 Pharmachology Bldg. Men
come Tuesday, March 26, betwreer 1-5; women come Monday, March 25,1
between 3-5.
P. D. Swann. I
Cheical Engineeringf Seminar:

Senior Literary Students:
All seniors are urged to place their orders for canes with Wagner
and Company at once. Canes must be ordered by April .5. The price
is $4.00; $2.00 deposit required.
Donald B. Fleming,
Chairman, Literary Cane Committee

As the pairings are announced,
Cheboygan will entertain Armada;
Coopersville, Grand Rapids South:
Flint Northern, Royal Oak; and,
Mason, Birmingham. The state
title match will be held in Hill
auditorjm' in April.
These eight schools are those
which have survived of 64 teams
which began the elimination series
in the winter. Original choice of
schools was made on a point basis,
figured from the judges' decisions
in pre-league debates between
high schools.

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Offer Course iscout committee on leadership and
Ctraining and will act as dean of
Scout Work Here the course. Local scoutmasters wlll
act as iinstructors.

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Fgculty, School of Education:1
There will be a special meeting of the Faculty of the School ofj
Education on Monday, March 25 at 4:05 o'clock in room 109 Tappan Hall.,
C. O. Davis, Secretary
Faculty, Colleges of lhagineering and Architecture:
Mid-semester reports on engineering and architectural students
whose work is below passing should be made on cards which may be
obtained in the office of the secretary, 263 West Engineering Building,
or from the messenger boxes. These reports are to be filed in the
secretar%' office not later than Saturday, March 30.

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Mr. John W. Shultz will be the speaker at the Seminar on Monday, University students who are in-
March 25, at 4:00 o'clock, in room 3201 East Engineering Building. His terested in Boy Scout leadership
subject is "Calculation of Latent Heats of Petroleum Distillates." are invited to attend a course in
Alfred H. White elementary scout leadership which
will begin Monday evening at Lane
Varsity Glee Club: Hall Tavern. Dinner will be served
There will be no rehearsal of the club Monday night, but all mem- a 6:15, and the program of in-
bers are requested to come Tuesday evening at the same time to prac- struction will begin promptly at 7
tice. Following this rehearsal there will be a smoker for all club I The course will continue each
members. Make your plans now to be there! Thnday unight ifor nin ee anh
L. M. Goodspeed, Manager 1Monday night for nine weeks, and
__Modpedaae_1will include two afternoons and
Book-Shelf ,& Stage Section--Faculty Womap's Club: scupper hi s and one opernet
The Book-Shelf and Stage Section of the Faculty Woman's Club men are provided for in this
will meet on Tuesday, March 26, at 2:45 p. m., with Mrs. A. W. Smith, course. Prof. Ernst V. Jotter off
1008 Oakland Avenue. the School of Forestry and Con-
Mrs. R. D. T. Hollister servation is chairman of the local'
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Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary Economics Club:
Meets Monday, March 25, at 8:00
Athletics and School Heatth: o'clock in room 304 of the Union.
A special meeting of this. Faculty will be held Monday, March 25, Mr. N. H. Engle will speak on
:t 12:15 rn..,Women's Field House. Please notify stenographer, Barbour "Competitive Forces in Grocery
Gymnasium before 10 a. mn. Monday, whether or not youca beIWoslig"Mmrs fth
staffs in Economics and Business1
presPet. John Sundswall Administration and graduate stu-
dents in these departments are in-
vited to attend.

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Foreign Stufdents:
Students wishing to take the annual spring vacation trip shoul
feave their names in room 3224 Angell Hall this coming Monday, March
25, between 3 and 6 p. m. It Is expected that no further reservation
will be available'after this date.

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Our Semi-Annual Sale
M IC HIG AN S TA T ION ERY
MICIG N Priced at 49c Per Box
WAHR'S University Book Store
State Street

English 32, Sections 4 and 8:
Besides King Henry IV, Part I and King Lear, the examinations
be held on Monday, March 25, will cover Chapters I-II and V-VI
Neilson and Thorndike's "The Facts About Shakespeare."
A. L. Hawkins

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s Engineering College, Lecture;
The Transportation Club an-
nounces a lecturerbysProfessor H.
E. Riggs on "The Present Status of
Public Utility Regulation." His
subject will cover the economic, en-'
o gineering, and financial aspects of
the problem, Room 348, West En-
gineering Bldg., 7:30 p. ;m., Wed-!_.
nesday, March 27. All interested are
cordially invited to attend.
Clarke Harris

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There will be an important meet-
ing Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
I Final plans for the Gridiron ban-
quet will be announced.
J. Stewart Hooker, Pres.

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for genuine entertainment, don't miss Mimes" latest presentation,--
In Th Nx
--the popular mystery play by Harriet Ford and Eleanor Robson Belmont.
It opens a week's run at Mimes Theater tomorrow night with a cast including
many campus favorites. There will be no Wednesday night performance, but
there will be a special Saturday matinee. Seats for the matinee are 75c-50c,
and for the nights are $1.OO-75c. The box office will be open during each
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