THE MICHIGAN DAILY'
k SUNDAY MARCH 30, 19313
TH~ MICHIGAN DAiLY SUNDAY. MARCYX 30, 1930
his talk "A Scientific Approach to Religion" given last Sunday evening.
Social period 5:30 to 6:00; luncheon 6:00 to 6:30; discussion 6:30 to!
t Physics Colloquium: Professor L.' Thomassen will talk on "The Con-MU IC "iTO ,SO T E
struction of Crystals," Tuesday, April 1, at 4:15, in room 1041, East COTENTED COXVS
Physics Building. __
The Student Volunteer Group meets in the committee room of Lane! I A
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members ;Hall at 9:30 a. mn. Students interested in the foreign missionary enter- BA'
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- prise are invited. The Women's Educational Club will meet on Monday March 31, at man Br
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday) _ _4:15 in the Women's Athletic Bldg. The program will be a prospective radio m
VO.X.SUNDAY, MARCH 30. 1930 No. 130 Scalp & Blade: Officers wil be elected at the meeting in the Union teacher's interview with a superintendent from one of the Michigan Havin
VO.Xat 2:30 p. in. high schools, speaker
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University Senate: A special meeting of the University Senate, at ; COMING EVENTS Aeronautical Society & Glider Section: There will be a combinedI set so hi
which memorials will be presented appreciative of the late Professors meeting n Wed., April 2, at 7:30 p. in., in Room 348 W. Eng. Bldg.! ever th
Wenley, Cooley, Curtiss, and Lane, will be held in Room C Law Building' University Lecture: Professor Karl von Frisch, of the University of Nominations for next year's officers are to be made at that time and that see
on Thursday, April 10, at 4:15 p. m.I Munich: "The Senses and Language of the Bees," 4:15 p. in-., Tuesday, there will be ground school instruction in the theory of flight for thej Brock
J. W. Bradshaw, Secrtary of the Senate 1 April 1, Natural Science Auditorium. The lecture will be illustrated, members of the Glider Section. Plans will also be made for a trippenb
-_______ to the Detroit Air Show and possibly passenger flights at reduced rates; milk nu
. Combined Curricula: Students in the College of Literature, Science,± Public Lecture-Assembly, School of Education: Dr. Henry Neu-' at that time for members of the society. snsw
and the Arts who desire to )enter upon a combined curriculum( Letters man, leader o the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, -i'1l give a ie- ntionw
and Law; Letters and Medicine; Letters and Dental Surgery; Letters andj ture before an assembly of students in education at 4:11, o clock on Mon- nto
Nur ,ng; Letters and Business Admnistration; Letters and Forestry) !ay, March 31, in the Auditorium of the University High School. Varsity Glee Club: A very important rehearsal will be held Monday,-
should, before April 20, file with the Director' of Csesification upon alI Dr. Neuman's subject- is: "Can Human Nature Be Changed?" ,March 31, at the usual time and place. Every member is requested
blank to be obtained ii Room 4 , ive rsity l11l, a petition to be granted, The lecture, which is given under the auspices of the School of to be there promptly and ready to begin at 7:15. No excuses acceptable
that privilege. After this date. appliations wil be received only upon! Education, is open to the public. (Instructors please announce to class- e
presentation of a satisfactory excuse for the delay and payment of a es.
fee of $;5.00. C .Dvs ertr
Since the above specii'ed time Emit, April 20, falls this year during _______ l.0 DvsScrtr The Members of the Garden Section of the Faculty Women's Club
spring vacation, students who e:pct to spend their vacations away University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Ifrain!are invited t attend the lecture given under the auspicessof the Ann!
from Ann Arbor will do well to file their pJ3Ciiori befor'e laig pig r Lawson of the Dictaphone Sales Corpora ion will give a short ad-:AMcr arnCTusdayApril1,ntr7:30 p.sein., ing lumni MemoraHll
vactin egns prl 2.dress outlining their sales training course and the opportunities with: The Monday Evening Drama Section of the Faculty Women's 'Clubj
J. L. Ltich the Company at 10:00 o'clock Monday morning. Those interested come will meet Monday evening, March 31, at 7:45, in the Michigan League.
to Room 201 Mason Hall. TePa edn eto fteFclyWmnsCu ilme
Student Christian Atioeiation Extension: Those students interested IhePlyRedigSetinfthFcltWinnsluilme
in speaking at luncheons, high schol assemnblics, and church groups get FerayFehe:M.Gorc'iru:Fehe h nee on Tuesday, April 1, in the lobby of the Lydia Mendelssohn The-
inrur Frouchn:withGoorecr'etaop: FtshLanehoHatel. atre, Michigan League Building. The meeting will start promptly at
ilamC ptChimnoExeso 'in February and who consulted me concerning their elections may re- +2:30 p. m.-pD
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Organ Recital: Palmer Christian, head of the organ department
of the School of Mus, presents Henrv Whipple in a graduation recital
Wednesday ins Hill Auditorium at 4:1,x. The general public with the
exception of small children is invited to attend. The program is as
Bubeck:" Fantasia; Widor: Cantabile (Symphony No. 6); Cleram-1
bault: Prelude; Bach: Prelude and Fugue in E Minor; Karg-Elert:
Choral Improvisation on "In dulci jubilo"; Debussy-Christian: Preludel
to "The Blessed Damozel"; Mulet: 'Toccata, "Thou Art the Rock."
Charles A. Sink.
May Festival Tickets: The "over the counter" sale of season tick-
ets for the May Festival will begin Saturday morning, April 5, at 8:301
o'clock, at the School of Music. At that time all season tickets notj
previously ordered by mail will be put on sale to the general public.)
All mail orde-rs received not later than Friday noon, April 4, will be
filled in advance in sequence. Charles A. Sink
ZU'±, EconoiU~ics nuiluilig, betweeni 2 and 4:3Ujp. i., on Mvondtay.
Seniors, School of Education: There will be an important meeting
of all class officers, group and committee chairmen, Monday afternoon.
IMarch 31, at four o'clock, in Room 4017 U. H. S.
Faculty-Alumni Dance Series:
T he last dance of the series will be
held Wednesday, April 2, at 9 o'«~
clock in the Michigan Union. Sin-
gle admissions may be purchased at
IUNITED CAB CO. I'
24 HOUR SERVICE ;
Anni Arbor Trust Bldg.
Senior Electricals: Mr. D. 0. Whelan will recruit for RCA-Victor on 'the door. i
Monday, Room 153. A. D. Moore
Graduate Luncheon for Chemical Engineers will be held on Tuesday, AvahSceyTerwilba
April 1, in room 3201 East Engineering Building. meigo h Avukah Society onhrewllb
Junior Research Club will meet Tuesday, April 1, at 7:30 p. i-., Room Tuesday evening, 7:30 at 615 East1
1121 Natural Science Building. University. Rabbi Leon Frain of
The following papers will be read: Detroit will speak on "The Trend
Dr. A. G. Smith: "Cyonide Poisoning and Sulphur Metabolism." in World Opinion Regarding Pales-
Dr. B. D. Thuma: "The Auditory Sensitivity of the White Rat." tine."
Student Sunday Morning Convocation: Rev. Henry H. Crane,
Scranton, Pa., will speak on the subject "The Four Fundamentals,"
11:00 a. in., in Hill Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
Reverend iley, of Detroit, will. speak at the Lutheran Student Club
tonight at 5:30 on the subject "Jesus Christ, The Teacher." Student
discussion wrill "follow his talk.
Acolytes: will meet Monday
evening, March 31, in Room 202 S.
W. Mr. Preuser will read a paper
on, "The Status of the Practical
Will in Kant's Epistemology."
The Astronomy Colloquiuim will
be held Monday, March 31, at 4:30
p. in., in the Observatory classroom.
Dr. H. M. Losh will present a paper
on "The Spectrum of B228 Cygni."
This evening in the church
a discussion centering around,
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