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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Chemic. Engineers and Chemists: Representatives of various divi-
sions of the DuPont Company will be in Ann Arbor on March 3 and 41
to interview students desiring positions with their subsidiary com-
panies. Dr. Forrester of the DuPont Rayon Company and Mr. Shoop
and Mr. Krauss of E. I. DuPont DeNemiours and Company will interview
seniors and graduate students. Please make appointments through Miss
McKim in room 2028 East Engineering Building, or through Miss Mere-
ness, 212 Chemistry Building.
Alfred H1. White, M. Gomberg

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NOTICES1
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts: The March
meeting of the Literary Faculty will be held on Monday, March 3, at
4:10 p. m. in Room 2225 Angell Hall. A more detailed notice has already
gone through the mails.
John R. Effinger
Organ Recital: Marshall Bidwell, guest organist, will give the fol-
lowing program Wednesday afternoon. The general public is cordiallyI
invited to attend.
Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D Minor; Bach: Sinfonia; Gluck: Ga-
votte; Widor: Allegro Vivace (Symphonie V); Jacob: Sunrise, from
"Burgundy Hours"; Widor: Scherzo (Symphony IV); Franck: Choral in
A minor; Palmgren: Maynight; Gigout: Toccata.
Charles A. Sink
New York Times Current Events Contest: Time-Tuesday, March
4, at 3 p. in.; Place-Angell Hall, room 2023. Open to all undergradu-
ates. Three local cash prizes will be awarded as follows: $150 for the
best paper; $25 for the second best paper written by a senior or a
junior; $75 for' the best paper written by a sophomore or a freshman
who does not win the major prize. The winning paper will be sub-,
mitted in competition for -the intercollegiate prize of $500, awarded in
addition to the local prize. Three hours' time will be allowed for the
examination, divided into two parts: I. Facts: A. Brief identification
of names and events; B. Single word answers to questions concerning
notable persons and events; C. Answers, not exceeding forty words,
concerning important public affairs. II. Editorial comment of 250 to
500 words on five topics chosen from a list of fifteen or more. The time
alloted for Part 1. will be one to one and one-quarter hours and for
Part II. one and three-quarters to two hours. All paper required for the
examination will be supplied by the committee in charge.
.T. L. Brunun, Chairman
Social and Industrial Conference: All students who are interested
in attending this conference to be held in Detroit on the week end of
March 7, 8, and 9, under the direction of Dr. Jerome Davis of Yale
University, kindly register at the Student Offices at Lane Hall.
EVENTS TODAY
International Forum: In Lane Hall, at 4:00 p. m. Prof. J. R. Hayden
of the Political Science department will lead an informal discussion
on "Colonial Problems in the Far East."
Congregational Student Fellowship: Arthur E. Boak, Professor of
Ancient History, will give an illustratecd talk on "Archaeological Work
in Egypt," at 6;30 p. m. today. The Talk will be preceeded by a social,
half hour from 5:30 to 6:00 and a luncheon from 6 to 6:30.
Bapti$ Student Guild: Sunday, 5:00-6:00 p. in., Dr. Harry Emerson
Fosdick will be heard in special radio service in the Guild House As-
sembly Room. The address has been arranged for through the courtesy
of a student forum at Cornell, and the'subject wil be "Jesus' insistence
on moral reality."
Senior Literary Class: All members of the Finance, Auditing, and
Memorial committees of the Senior Literary Class will meet in room
302 of the Michigan Union at 4:00 o'clock.
Scalp and Jlade: Meeting in the Union at 2:30 p. m.
COMING EVENTS
Hygiene Seminar, 215: Hygiene Seminar will not meet Monday, Mar.
3. The next meeting will be Wednesday evening, 7:30, March 5.
John Sundwall
Any woman, regardless of University connection, interested in play-
ing basketball please report at 5 o'clock Monday, March 3, at Barbour
O ymnasium.
Senior Mechanical Engineers: Mr. G. C. Forrester of the DuPont
Rayon Company of Buffalo, New York, will be in Room 221 West Engi-
neering Building on Monday and Tuesday, March 3 and 4, for the pur-
pose of interviewing men interested in employment with this com-
pany. H. C. Anderson

Physics Colloquium: Professor F. A. Firestone will talk on "The It
Rational Design of the Optical System of the Infra-red Spectrograph,"!]
on Tuesday, March 4, at 4:15 in room 1041, East Physics Building. All j:
interested are cordially invited to attend.A
Junior Research Club will meet at 7:30 p. in., Tuesday, March 4, in
room 1121 N. S.
I The following papers will be given:o
Dr. L. S. Ramsdell-Crystal Structure of Inter-metallic Compounds.C
Mr. R. M. Petrie-Convective Cooling in Sun Spots.L
Economics Club will meet Tuesday, March 4, at 7:30 in room 302 of1
the Union. Professor G. S. Peterson will speak on "Rail and Motor Car-t
rier Relations in Great Britain." Members of the staffs in Economicst
and Business Administration, and graduate students in these depart-I
ments are invited.
The Women's Research Club will meet Monday, March 3, at 7:30 p. m.
in Room 3024 Museums Bldg. Mrs. Erlanson will talk on "Hybridiza-
tion and its effect on flowering plants."
House Organizers of the League: Important meeting on Monday,
at 5:00 p. m. in the Concourse on the second floor, in the League Build- a
ing. Will you please bring the cards with the names of the houses you
are in charge of?
Elisabeth DeVol, Chairman of the Board of Representatives
Seniors: Dues for the Literary class will be collected starting1
Tuesday morning, March 4. Payments must be made at tables in theI
Angell Hall lobby or University Hall. This year's assessment is $5.00,-
and it includes a year's subscription to the Michigan Alumnus. Retain
your dues receipts, in that they are necessary in order to attend class
functions, to participate in class activities, to buy Senior invitations or
announcements, to obtain caps and gowns, etc.
The Monday Evening Drama Section of the Faculty Women's Club
will meet on Monday, March 3, at 7:45, at the Michigan League Build-I
ing.
The Play Reading Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet on
Tue'sday, March 4, in the lobby of the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, in
the Michigan League Building. The meeting begins promptly at 2:30
p. m.
Michigan Dames will meet Monday evening, March 3, at 8:00 o'clock
in the Cave Room of the Michigan League Building.
Varsity Band: Formation in full uniform at Yost Field house Mon-
day night at 7:15. Morris Hall will be open a short time preceeding and
following the game.

0 Sally!
Flitting across the screen in all
her blonde radiantness (on the lev-
el!), stage star Marilyn Miller runs
away with the musical comedy
talkie "Sally," adapted from her 1
Broadway success of the same
name, which opens today at the
Michigan.
Screen Reflector didn't see it on
the new large Magnascreen the Lib-
erty Street house offers, but that j
ought, if anything, to enhance the
colorful effect of the sets and chor-
uses.
Music could be better ("Look for
the Silver Lining" is best), and theI
plot isn't much (as expected in a
musical), but the comedy is well-
timed, the all-color good for the
most part, while Marilyn's great.
Joe E. Brown is amusing in the
comic lead, while Alexander Gray
as leading man has a good voice;
but not much else. Numerous as
has been the recent wave of talk-
ing musicals, "Sally" is worth see-
ing. It gets a strong B+.
-B. J. A.
Adventure at the Majestic.
What certainly was an extremely
good book has been turned into a
good silent movie in "The Four
Feathers." Richard Arlen and Wil-
liam Powell have the main roles and
deserve credit for their excellent

performances. The story deas with There Vre some excellent natiure
the sons of four British officers, one shots--jungle fire and an unusual
of whom finds it impossible to live hippupotInus tumpcdc, while the
up to the tradition of his illustri- rest of the nmount,:in, desert, and
ous family. When his father dies fort photography suspiciously re-
from the shock of disgrace, he re- semble "Beau Geste." All in all
solves to win back honor. the show rates a -. S. B. C.

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