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if not called for .before Saturday, March 22, Main Desk at the Health Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa.., will recruit in Room 271 on phy and Modern Science" ui
Service, will be destroyed. Monday and Tuesday. auspices International Forum.
John Sundwall , A. D. Moore
Seniors, School of Education : Orders for commencement invita- Astronomy Colloquium': Professor L. A. Hopkins will present a
tions and announcements will be taken from March 17 through the 21:i paper on "The Density of a Planet and the Motion of a Satellite," at the
from 1 until 5 p. in., in University Hall. Payment, must be mnadle at that i Observatory on Monday, March 17, at 4:30 p.' m.
time. WV. C. Rufus
0 04 NOTICES
University Lecture: Dr. A. V. Kidder, Head of the Staff of
EarIX American History of the Carnegie Institute of Washington, will
lecture on the subject, "The Aerial Exploration of Central America"
(illustrated with lantern slides), Tuesday, March 25, at 8:00 p. in., Hill
Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins
University Committee on Disciplinie: Henry Schmidt, '31, for neg-
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I Michigan Union Tryouts. should meet in the Student offices between
3 and 5 o'clock each afternoon this week. Work. on the forthcoming
project has begun.
Harold 0. IWarren
Oj1 Paitings from the Annual Chicago Exhibition are on display in
'the West Gallery of Alumni Memorial Hall, March 10 through April 11.
* Physics Colloquium: Dr. G. E. Uhlenbeck will talk on the theory
of the Brownian motion and related problems, at 4:15 in room 1041,
East Physics Building, on Tuesday, March 18. All interested are cordially
invited to attend.
The Mn's Education Club will meet Monday, March 17, in Room
'S04, Michigan Union, at 7:15 o'clock.
Dr. Johnston, principal of the University High School, will speak
on: The Teacher as a Person.
There will be elec1'ionof officers for theseconnd semester
T'au Beta Pi dinnerieetin( Tue
March '1, at 6:15 in the Women's
Black Quill will meet on Wed-
nesay.March 19, in the Cave a v
4:15 p. mn.a
The Bapti t Guild: Date of An-
nual Banquet changed to Thursday.
March 20, parlors of Baptist church.'
Charles Rufus Osborn, '16, of Chi-
cago, will be the speaker.
iFaculity Dancing Class: There
will be no Faculty social dancing
class on Monday, March 17.
I Congregational Student Fellowship: Mr. Peter Sudah of P~alestine
will speak on "The Holy Land Yesterday and Today tolit. Fellowship
ofitee-nHonnConwitiflaedcronratio forL theUU1remaL iderIof social period from 5:30 to 6:00, luncheon from 6:00 to 6:30 and meeting-_______
ofteJHpCmite spae npoainfrtermidro from 6:30 to 7:15 in the church parlors. The M
this semester. _ i The Research Club will meet on Wednesday, March 19, at 8 p. m.,I tion of t
Bt. D. Edwards, Secretary The Baptist Guild, at 6:30 p. m. Miss Ellen Moore, Instructor i in room 2528 East Medical Building. The following papers will be w~ill ente
Semitics, will speak on "Appreciating the Good in Non-Christian Faiths." presented: Reading
Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, University organist, will give the Sf "Polyatomic Molecules and their Spectra," by Professor D. M. Denni-, ning, Mali
foldwing program, Wednesday, in HillA cilrenm, nvedt4:5ocockaTed. Lutheran Student Club: Rev. Nies of Detroit will speak to the I Thnisd mepl etigsein signateurchbyftes, C Ponles a ."ReprwiT e
general public with the exception of small cide sivtdt ted Club at 5:30 p. m. on the subject, "Jesus Christ, Divine." His talk willi Meeting." meetighsarerequdesitedbgfrsly a thi ni s time re- The P1
Widor: Allegro (Symphony VI);: Gilson: Prelude on an Ancient be followed by student discussion. Everyone invited to attend. prit Mefmteirsuliationsqofste ltt w n oryears.ly ths teprn wilPcLy
Flemish Theme; Tschaikovdsky: Chant sans Paroles;. Jacob: Vendanges ;rns fterulctinfhatwershserpitswn!faut_
(Les Heures Bourguignonnes) ; Sowerby:Coa-rld o Rjie e S,;-p and Blade meets in the Michigan Union at 2:30 p.m milrecolectonsthenveioutyeLar hr Ly il epacdwthTeday,
Pure in Heart"; Five Traditional Hebrew melodies. !_imlaoleciosofprvouyar.LyiaM
Charles A. Sink -TeCuclwl eta :0p ,i om31 nelHl."atLa
I_____ COMIG EVENTS; will start
postponement: Professor H. Y. McClusky's lecture, on Tolstoy's IHsyi Universityectrs rO.T lnta, rfso fOina~Te
bok"yCneso"wlLegvnTusay a.2 t41 nRo itr ntectrs .A.riental Institute of hemUnivrsity of Chicago: "The I Alh rf rso .Sosnwl peak on "The Naval Dis- be entet
23 ngl al n ntTesa a rgial anuce. Parthiails, A Forgotten Empire," 4:15 p. m., Monday, March. 17, Lydia I lh armament Parley"Tedy, MacP8rao:0pfi. nth lh u n et
23 nelHl n o usa soiial none.Mendelssohn Theatre. I room, fourth floor of Angell1all. Men desiring to become members of; :00 p. nm
Festval cheule he rtiss ad oraniatios anouned rrofessor Alf ons Hilka, of the University of Gottingen: "The Wan- Alpha Nu should come prepared to give five minute tryout speeches Building.
for the May Festival will appear at the several programs as follows: 4:15rig Scholars and Medieval Latin Songs (The Carmina Burana)"on a subject of their own choosing.
4is:ocrt1ensa5eeig ris ocrClieDx p. m., Friday, March 21, Natural Science Auditorium. TeM
prano and Percy Grainger, Pianist, Solosts: The Chicago Symphony and Language of the Bees", 4:15 p nTedy pi ,NtrlSine70 l apsFnigCaposi ob edWdedy, March a evnig
Audiorim. he lctue wll b ilustated ' :00p. im. All those interested see Coach Johnstone at the Intramural1 the hom
Second Concert, Thursday evening: "King David" by HoneggarIAdtru.Th etr ilbeilsrtd Sports Building,il he
and "Matgnificat" by Bach. Ethel Hayden, soprano, Merle Alcock, con- ___________llte
tralto, Dan Gricdley, tenor, Paul Leyssac, narrator, soloists; The Chicagoi University Loan Committee: Th e University Loan Committee will I AlCmusWetigthminhi be el ensay ac isil
Symphony Orchestra and the University Choral Union, Earl V. Moore, meet on Monday, March 17, at 1:30 p.i., in Room 2, University Hall. 119, 7:00 p.i.Altoe neetdwiggn'ihratteItaua
Conductor.: All applicants for loans should call at the office of the Dean of ' Sports Bui ldoeWaterstndwGymnas iath3:00. m. th a tate.ral Mc
Third concert, Friday afternoon: Children's program. Ruggiero Students for an appointment with the Committee. Bidno aemnGmaimaa :0p fta ae o
Ricicwnekn ilns;Children's Festival Chorus, Frederick Stock !_______ Junior G
end Juv Higbe, Condctors.Facult, Schol of Eucatio: A Staf lunPlonyfProwductionFa-Try-yPrts:ciAllTmembers llofePlay oProductionctinclasses frrggular
*Fourth Concert, Friday evening: Artists conicert. Dusolina Gian- ! ulty meeting will be held in the Michigan Union Building 'on MiondayintehrelbaoyoeacpasinUvrsyHllAdtiu
int, soprano and Richard' Bonelli, baritone, soloists;Th Cicg March 17, at 12:15 o'clock.Modyat40p.m ThseeplswilbsagdheekofAr,7LRG l
Fith concert, Saturday afternoon: Symphony program. Guy Uiest ueuo ponieis zdOcpitoilIfm to:FIRE
Uniersty ureu f ApoitmetsandOccpatonl Iforatin: A Freshmen Women interested in the Freshman Pageant, accom- frs
Maer and Lee Pattison, pianists. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Will all of the seniors~ who are intepreste'd in ife ifsua rp a - -l Foes
onday Evening Drama Seec
he Faculty "Women's Club
rtain the Tuesday Play
Section on Monday, Eave-.
rch 17, at 8 o'clock, at the'
lay Reading Section of the
Women's club will meet oil'
March 18, in the lobby or
endelssohn Theatre, Michi-
;ue Building. The meeting
tpromptly at 2:30 p. m.
lay Reading Section will
Gained by the Drama Read-
ion Monday, March 17, at
., in the Women's Athletic
:usic Section of the Faculty
Club will meet Wednesday'
March 19, at 8:00 p. m: at
Le of Mrs. Max Peet, 2030
et. Husbands of the mem-
ire the guests of the eve-.
an Dames: Because of the
Iirls Play there will be nth
meeting on Monday eve-
INCREASE IN FOREST
rS LAID TO CIGARETTES
fires caused by careless
Frederick Stock, Conductor.
Sixth concert, Saturday evening: "Requiem" by Verdi. Nanette
Guilford, soprano, Kathryn Meisle, contralto, Paul Althouse, tenor,
Chase Baromeo, Bass, soloists. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra and
the University Choral Union, Earl V. Moore, Conductor.
Charles A. Sink
University of Michigan. Official Pub ication : The Editorial Office I
announces the issue of the Bulletin on Field Courses in Kentucky for
Geology and Geography, which is No. 52 of Vol. XXXI of the University
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:'
All students enrolled for teachin- positions with the Bureau, who have
not already done so, should fill in Location Blanks, giving their second
semester schedules. These blanks may be secured at the offlce, 201
The Black Oratorical Contest:- The following have been accepted
for the squad for the next preliminaries in' the Black Oratorical Con-!
test which will be held after Spring Vacation.3
Gertrude Cook, J. C. Callahan, Richard Deno, Frank Hartley, Helan
A. Haapamaki, William .F. Jacobs, Leor ard L. Kimball, Jack A. Luther,,
Donald R. Toby, Carl H. Urist.
R. D. T. Hollister
Students, Colleg of Engineering and Architecture: The time for
dropping any course Without record is limited to six weeks from the
opening of the semester. This ruling fixes the date for the present
semester at March 29.
Louis A. Hopkins,b Secretary
Junior Medica,' Students: All reading notes in Preventive Medicine,
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at the office at 201 Mason Hall sometime Tuesday, March 18?
panists includedi, will meet in Barbour Gymnasium, Tuesday, at 4:00
smokers have been steadily increas-
ing since 1925. Since that year 20.
FroshFroli Commttee per cent of all. forest fires have
Economics 172: Members of the class will meet Monday at I:00 FohFoi omte:Meeting Tuesday, March 1, at 8:00 p. i., been due to this cause. In 192.5om36Mcia (no.B rmtadbin l ormtrai-soescue
o'clock in the rooms listed below according to the following divisions of rom36MciaIno.B rmtadbin l ormtrai-soescue only 5 per cent of
the alphabet: ;ldn eoto ortce ae.fires while in 1929 they were re
A to H-N. S. Aucd., sponsible for 39 per cent. These
I to L-1025 A. H. 1 Rourid DTable Club: H~owad Y. Williams, secretary of League' facts were made known by the Fre
' oZ2 ..F,. for Independent Political Action, wl pa eoetecu n"atd Fighting Division of the Michigan
M to Z2 A. H.A New Alignment in American Politics," on Tuesday, March 18, at 4:00'
W. A. Paton p.i. in the Michigan League. ';Deprtment of Conservation in at
P.;recent report. y
S Civil Engineering Juniors: The United States Bureau of Public( Morris Hillquit, secretary of the0M M
Roads employs one Junior from the University of Michigan each year for Socialist Party, will speak on Mn- ~
summer work, with the idea that, if it is' mutually agreeable, he will bei day, March 17, 4:10 p. m., in Nat- Crsp Salads Tasted Sandwkhes
permanently employed by the Bureau after graduation. 1Ural Science Aud., on "Our Ch ng
Mr. Allen of the Bureau will be in my office, 1224 East Engineering :in,,' Social and Political Order." Att,
Building, on Monday, March 17, to interview Juniors who may be inter-j pices of Round Table Club. ihiic tpn Dinner etdi TodokaH ilarveaot900a .Iy ... 60c,
R. L. Morrison Pandit J. C. ChatterAl Hindu pi-
-"ilosopher and direc#or of the Inter- Foods that satisfy . . servicel that pleases
Sophomore Engineers: There will be a, class meeting on Tuesday national School of Vedic and Allied,
monn t11ocokin Room 348, West Engineering Building. Stu-, Research, will givea public lecturel spirit that speaks 'of college life here
dents attending the meeting will be excused from, classes at this hour. in Natural Science. Auditorium., 'on feveryday in our home-like Tea Room.
Thursday, March 20, at 8:00, m
Senior Electricals: Mr. C. R. Beall, Asst. Chief Engineer, Union His subject will be "Hindu PhilQso- OUR REGULAR DINNER 50c '
111O,'i South University
Sunday Service 11:00 to 9:30 P. M.
-L:Invitations and xAnounicements will be'-
K MARCH 17thi to 21st
I-Samples wi1l be on display at that time. There will be no
limit to the number per person.
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