returned a deduction of $3.00 is allowed, reducing the prices to -$3.00, Junior Researeh Club:
$4.00, and1( $5,00 instca(d, respectively. The regular meeti
Charles A. Sink room 1121, Natural S
7:30 p. m. The progra
Sigma Delta Chi: Dr. R. A. Wolfe: C
Spark as reveab
There will be a meeting tomorrow at 4:00 o'clock in the Press SDr.H, O. Calvery:
building. As final arrangements are to be made for the Grid banquet, Chan
Cages in the
ng of the Junior Research Club will be held in
cience Building, on Tuesday, April 2, 1929 at
am will be as follows:
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Lee 0. Case, Secretary
Nien's Education Club:
The Men's Education Club will
meet Monday, April 1, at 7:00 p. m.
in room 302 of the Union. Prof.
George E. Carrothers, Director,
Division of University Inspection of
High Schools, will speak on a sub-
ject of vital interest to teachers
and students of education.
J. R. Pollock.
:A is necessary that the entire chapter be present.
Charles Monroe, Vice-President
Summer Session Announcement:
Members of the University faculty and students who wish to have
copies of the 1929 Summer Session Complete Announcement mailed to
interested persons living outside of Ann Arbor may telephone in the'
names, or mail them, to the Summer Session office, Room 9, University;
Carltoni F. Wells
Students, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Excepting under extraordinary circumstances, courses dropped after
'the Sp ing Vacation will be recorded with the grade of E.
W. R. Humphreys, Assistant Dean
It is suggested that upperclass members, particularly seniors, take
advantage of their opportunities during the remainder of the year:
and secure a medical examination.
The reduction in illness is making more time available at the
health Service for health reviews of students.I
Warren E. Forsythe, Director I
Michigan Dames: Hindustan Club:
The next meeting of the Michigan Dames will be held Tuesday, There will be a General Meeting
April 2, at 8 o'clock at the Faculty Women's Clubhouse., Mrs. A. J. of the Hindustan Club on Sunday,
Rousseau will discuss the subject of Child Study. March 31, at 2:30 p. 'm. in Lane
Mrs. C. W. Ferris, President Hall. As several important matters
are to be discussed, all members
Women's Research Club: - and friends are requested to be
The Women's Research Club will meet Monday, April 1, at 7:30 p. m., present.
in the Women's Athletic Building. Dr. Katharine Greene will speak S. F. Husian-Khan,
in "Current Investigation." President.
Olive M. Searle, Secretary
Professor Peterson of they Rhet-
Those Interested in the Inlander:
There will be a meeting for all those interested in the Inlander on
Monday afternoon at 5:00 o'clock in the front office of the Press
Building. Announcement of a prize contest for creative writing will
be made to those present at that time.
Monday Evening Drama Section- Faculty Woman's Club:
The Monday Evening Drama Section of the Faculty Woman's Club'
will meet at the home of Mrs. H. O. Whittemore, 1920 Norway Road, on
oric Department will speak at a
luncheon which will take place at
the Union at 12:30, Tuesday, April
2.. Both men and women are in -
vited to attend.
Philip S. Stern
S ubsctribe To The
°- Monday evening, April 1, ac 7:30.
History 6 and 106:
Midsemester examination April first at the lecture hour. Mr. Many-
on's sections in Natural Science Auditorium; Mr. Scott's sections in Room Mail for the following persons is
25 Angell Hall; Mr. Kemper's sections in Room 231 Angell Hall. on hand unclaimed. It may be se-
P. Slosson. cured by the owners if called for
at the General Delivery window
Freshman Women and House heads: Main Post Offiee on or before April
The Board of -Representatives of the Women's League have just 6th.
passed the following regulation: Freshman women will not be required H. B. Anstead.
to be in their houses until 9:00 p. in. on Monday evenings. This becomes Mildred Arnst
effective immediately. Adelia D. Bauman
Elizabeth Wellman, Chairman, Board -of Representatives Andrew Co
Mrs. H. C. Eckstein
Senior Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. E. S. Meade and Mr. A. J. Underwood will be in room 221 West
Enginee ing Building at 10:00 a. in. on Wednesday, April 3, to interview
seniors interested in a position in the Chevrolet Experimental Engineer-
ing Department at Detroit.
AV. E. Lay
Chemical Engineering Seminar:
Mr. Charles P. Teeple' will be the speaker at the Seminar on Monday,
April 1, at 4:00 o'clock in room 3201 East Engineering Building, on the
subject, "Properties of Steel Heated in the Immediate Range Below the*
Bu ping Temperature."
Alfred H. White
Faculty Women's Club:-
The Play Reading Section will meet Tuesday afternoon at. 2:30 1
o'clock, with Mrs. Donal IH. Haines, 1229 Traver Road.
Mrs.. W. V. MarshallI
Gargoyle Business Staff and Tryouts:
There will be an important meeting of the Cargoyle upper and'
lower business stafifs totgether with the tryouts on Tuesday, April 2, at
4:30 p. m. Tryouts should report at 3:00 o'clock for mailing out the,
Carl U. Fauster, Business Manager
Summer Vacation Work
Between 900 and 1,000 students from variods universities are
paying their school expenses with returns from demonstrating
and selling our health method of cooking. Earnings are based
on salary and commission. No sales experience or knowledge of
cooking necessary. We are not interested in mn who want to
ring door bells and do high pressure selling.
Information will be furnished on receipt of name and address
at Michigan Daily, Box 35.
Inquire before Easter Vacation.
Dr. H. V. Cob
John J. Corliss
Jas. G. Cummings
Lloyd R. Day
William D. Erni
Chas. W. Hamilton
Prof. J. R. Heikman
Alfred H. Higgins
Byron J. Longycar
Prof. Dr. I. Lukkcn
Joseph Morse, Jr.
Mrs. W. I. Peterson
R. 1. Roudebush
E. E. Sattler
P. S. Semak
Mrs. John Walk
W. Kcn Williams
W. E. Wright.
City Government, to be a Success
Should be Non-partisan
On next Monday the electors of this city will choose the
officials to represent them during the coming two years. No
political questions are involved and the controlling influence
should be the qualifications of the candidates who have offered
their services, Partisan politics has no place in our local affairs.
FOR CITY CLERK
BRADLEY F. GRANGER.
Mr. Granger's particular
qualifications are convincing
to the voters and from them
they realize that he is fully
capable of conducting the
affairs of this office. He is
not only an accountant, but
he has had considerable ex-
perience in public clerkships.
He-has served efficiently as
Cap Night Committee:I
The first meeting of the com-
mittee will be held in room 306 of
the Union, Monday evening, April
1, at 7:30. Jay Sikkenga has been
added to the committee.
Tom Roach, Chairman
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to be filled with a
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or lunch at any time of day or
night. If the fates are kind,
that soon after vacation these
delicious strawberry shortcakes
and sundaes will add
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