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THE M-IC.HICAN-

£ALY

SUNDAY, SA"ARY 19, 1636 -

Varsity Glee Club: All members of the Glee Club will meet at! Varsity Band: Formation Monday night at Yost Field house a R N H E +°N E
IRentschler's Studio at 3:210 to have the Club picture taken. Wear full 7:15 for basketball game. Full uniform and marching folios. M'ori R NC:NG N E
dress without ribbons. hall will be open from 7 to 7:15 and a short time follow.ing game. TO LECTURE HERE

NOTICES
Senate Council will meet for the consideration of important busi-
ness at 4:15 p.,im., Monday, January 27, in room D, Alumni Memorial
hall.
Please note the change of -time. T his meeting was at first announced
for January 20, but the change is made because of conflict with the
Senate meeting on that day. Fak .Rbis ertr
Prospective Students it Library Scieiv--: Students 'in the present
senior class expecting to apply for admi. sion next fall to the course
in Library Science are 'asked to leave th sir names in this office at their
earliest convenience. At the sarre time interviews for them will be
arranged with ,Librarian .BLIifjp.
Jahn R. Effinger
Organ Recital: Palmer Cllristian, University organist, will give
the following progrnaim Wednesday, in Hill auditorium at 4:15 p. mn.
~The general public, with the e7.1 ption of small children, is invited.
Bach: Fugue in E flat (St. Ann's) ; Vivaldi-Bach: L~argo (Coneerto
in D); Krebs: Trio; Russel: Song of the Bazsket Wearer; Jepson: Pan-
tomime; Franck: Fantasie in A; Delamnarter: Sl.:ite "A Chinese Gardfn,"
Nocturne, The Fountain, Legend; Di(,kin,;on. Reverie; Bonnet: Caprice
H{eroique.
Charles A. Sink
.. . Student's Recital: R~aymond Morin, pianist, will give the follow-
inig program in the School of Music auditorium, Maynard street, Tues-
day evening, January 21, at 3:15 o'clock. The public is invited.
Brahms: Sonata Op. 5, Allegro lMaestoso, Andante, Scherzo; Chopin:
Polonaise C sharp minor, Nocturne C sharp minor, Etudes E major. G
flat major; Schubert-Tausig: M4arche Militaire; Debutssy: LaCathedrale
Engloutie; Paganini-Liszt: La Cainpanella.
Charles A. Sink
Illustrated Lecture, Paul LeGavrian, Chief .Engineer of French Na-
tional Highways and Professor of Highway Engineering at the NationalI
School of Roads and Bridges in Paris, will give an illustrated lecture,'
In English, on the Rtoads of France at 7:20 p. mn., Tuesday, January
21, in Natural Science auditorium. T.his lecture will, be popular rather
than technical and will be open to the public.

J-Hop Committee Meeting at the Michigan Union at 3:15 p. in. Inlanders will be sold Monday in Angell and University halls instead; Prof. Paul Le Gavrian., professor
of on the campus as previously announced. of highway engineering at the Na-
COMING EVENT'______ tional School of Roads and Bridge-,
Faculty, School of Education: A staff huncheon viflhe held at the: The members of the Monday Evening Drama Section of the Faculty; in Paris, will give an illustrated lee-
Michigan League building on Monday, January 20, at 12:00 o'clock. The jWiomen's Club will entertain their husbands at the next regular meet-{ ture on the roads of France at 7:3
January Faculty meeting, by vote of the Administrative Committee,, ing, to be held on Monday evening, Jan. 20. The meeting will be held ; Tuesday evening in Natural Scienecc
will be held at this same time. This change is made because of the for this occasion in the! Women's Field house, at 8:15. auditorium.
fact that a Senate meeting is called for the afternoon of January 20,____1_ The lecture will be popular rath-
Michigan Dames Club will meet Monday, Jan. 20, at 8:00 o'clock, in ; er than technical and will be open
French Lecture: Professor Andre Morize of Harvard UniverstywlthCaero ofheLgubidn.Ms.ois.Krpsk will! to the public. Professor Le Gav-
give the first lecture on the Cercle Francazis program Thursday, January ! hdaero fteLau ulig r.LusC apnk il1can, who is secretary general of
23, at 4:15 o'clock, in Natural Science auditorium on '"L'Esprit de Vol- ! av demonstrated talky on her tour of Spain at this meeting. A large'the permanent international asso-
taire." atedance is desired. ciation of roads and bridges, is in
* Tickets for the series of lectures and play may be procurr'd from- this country making arrangements
theSecetay f te Dpatmet o Rmane Lngage ~ ~The Play Rteadling Section of the Faculty Women's Club will mieet; for the next meeting of the "associ-
F th ertr fteDprmn fRmance LanguagesBldg.) or at1the door. Tuesday, January 21, at 2:30 p. m., in the lobby of the Lydia Mendels- orlon.
_____LngagBdg)_rthedor'sohn theatre, Michigan League building. _
' Unversty iy Breauof - - Pi Lambda Theta wil meet in the
UnvriyBra fAppointments and Occupationa' Information: Th Msi Section of the Faculty Women's Club will holdt their Jan-; Kalamazoo room, Women's Leaguer
4 The Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Company's representative will be in nuary meeting Wednesday evening, January 22, at 8:00 o'clock at thea on Tuesday, January 21, at 7:30.
the office at 201 Mason hall on Monday at 4:00 p. in. for the purpose home of Mrs. G. G. Brown, 2037 Geddes Avenue. Miss Amy Loomis will be the speak-
of, selecting some students for their foreign service department. er speaking on Amateur Theotri-
Indwria Moion ictres TheSchol f Buines Aminitraion The Research Club will meet in room 2525 East Medical building cas in Education.
i will present the following films in the Natu.ral Science auditorium at a 80 .in nWdesaJnp
j4:0 p.m.,TuedayJanary21:ary 22. The following avers will
The0 p.ein.,lTuesJarvSyt21:be presented: 'I
TheFedralResrveSysem.Professor D. B3. McLaughlin, Vai-
The Man at the Throttle. al tr.P ii
All persons interested are invited to attend. ablewStaithe. I Sir Philip
The Council will meet in room
el g 31 La o a o y Th s st d ns w o a ei c pl t ma 1; A I .at 4 3 p, m anJmake up their work at the following periods: topographic or geologicj 22.j
maps on Monday at 4 o'clock, rocks or minerals on Tuesday, at 4. All ';____
incomplete work should be made up this week. Chemical Engineering Seminar: . n
y Student registration for the Michigan Engineering Conference will Mr a v ei aroF oxn deth a ker i nn h
take place at the registration desk on the second floor of the West ary 2, at 4 o'clock in room 8201 1 I ~ ry~ C
Engineering building, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 21 and 22. All> East Engineering building. 2 His1 E
ENGLISH rL,-LXYLnR
students intending to attend the conference are requested to register subject will be, "The Reaction Be-
athis time to insure themselves of reserved seats. The registration! tween Sodium Carbonate and Car-
l fee will be payable at the time of registration. h on at High Temperatures." I
Snoda ecanical Engineers: Mr E. M. Billngs of the Eastman; Physics Colloquium: Dr. S. B. InCO IN-T
Koda Copan ofRochester, New York, will be in room 221 West; gram will speak on "Recomnbina-
Engineering building on Tuesday,Jaur21foth purpose o ne-to Spectra and the PhoTheatreic
viewing senior mechanical lengincers. It would be advisable for anyj Ionization of Gases," Tuesday, Jan- the L l e d lsh- . etr
~February or June graduates who have not definitely decided upon a uary 21, at 4:15 in room 1041, East
position to talk with Mr. Billings. ;Physics building. All interested are jy~
cordially invited to attend. inJa
Chemical Engineers: Dr. E. M. Billings. of the Eastman Kodak(^
company, Rochester, N. Y., will be in my office on Monday afternoon, Prescott Club: Dr. George F. SHAKESPEAREAN REPERTOIRE
January 20, to interview men for positions. Please make appointments GCartland of the Upjohn Companyn
with Miss McKim, of Kalamazoo will address the Club'
A. II. White !on January 21 at the Michigan
Shop 4 Students: The trp:oteCdlacMtrCrCmay League, on the results of recent re- Su d 'a u r
scheduled for Monday, January 20 and Wednesday, January 22, have interested are cordially invited to, Evening--"EVERYMAN"
.been cancelled. attend. I
I Acolytes will meet on Monda,
Theta Sigma Phi will meet Monday at 4:30 p. m. at the Women'sI January 20, at 7:30 p. in. Ini room'I,
League. The number of the room will be announced on the bulletinj 202 S. XW. Dr. Hoover will read on Pjn fyjTa 1 l
boar. Santyan's Teor ofValue."
____ _ ______ ____ ___Matinee-"TWELFTH NIGHT"
a meeting of this Section at 8:30; = Evening-"HAMLET"
p. in. Monday, Janiuary 20, in the T
Engineering building;. r a meru ry S r :Greet has been on the stage for 50 years and
The Men's Education Club will: edmse o t Pu'sShol has taught more actors than any ther moan living."
meet in the Michigan Union, Wed- Will preach in I I IV
nesday, January 22, room 304, at t$.0,$.0
7:15. The program will be pre-; ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH , j'jJ 250 $.0,$150 $.0n
sented by men who are enrolled in ; i.
the Correlated Course in Education.1 at 11:00 A. M. Todayno
This meeting will afford a real op-'fM ioresn wb ngild
portunity to get acquainted with! and will speak to Students inop s
the methods employed in this new , Harris Hall at 6:30 P. M. Box Offiice oesTomorrow
'Correlated Couirse. All men are X
corialyinvited. Lse. .*~rc.mo-+a o <3 n m

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EVENTS TODAY
Dr. John Timothy Stone, of the Presbyterian Theological Seminary,S!
Chicago, will speak in Hill auditorium., this evening at 8 o'clock. The
subject will be, !'Meeting Today's P-roblems."
International Forum r Mr. Howard B. Calderwood of the Political
Science department will lead all in-formal discussion on "The Problems
of Minorities and Mandates. in t~je League of Nations" at 4:00 p. in., in
Lane hall.
Ann Arbor Art Association: The Memorial Exhibition of Paintings
by the late Max Bohm and the, 1929 Water Color Rotary Exhibition cir-!
culted by the American Federation of Arts open in the Galleries of{
Alumni Memorial hall, Sunday afternoon, Jlanuary 19. These exhibitions;
wil close Sunday, January 26.
faldwint Leturer: Dr. Samuel S. Drury, Headmaster of St. Paul's
School, Concord;, N. H., who is preaching at St. Andrew's Church at 11:00
a. m. will also talk to students at Harris hall (Corner of State and
Huron) at 7:00 p. nm. after regular student supper. Everyone is cor-
dially invited.
Lutheran Student Club:i At the regular meeting tonight, Dr. Davis,
Secretary Of the School of Eduction, will -speak on some phase of Re-
ligious Education.f
The club meets at 5:30 in the Parish hall of the Zion Lutheran
Church, 309 East Washington St. Lunch will be served at 6:00. All
Lutheran Students are cordially invited to attend.
Bible Class at 12:00.

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