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(Continued from Page 8) League at 8 p. m., on Friday an
.-,Saturday of this week. Titles to b
lar bi-weekly meeting, which is to j aY
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--9 Health Service May Examine All tinwl1efruae.Alitr
Ition. will b frmulaed. AU inter-
Students Enrolling Here ested are invited to attend.-i
Next Semester. W
Cercie Fra.cais imeets Thursday,r
Physical examinations for all in- at 7:45, in the Circle meeting room. a
R - t'I'S9 coming students, whether they were ---- v
LCreS e le enr Llig in Ihe University for the Freshmen Glee Club: Tryouts wiii
Lti, inuurated b held Wednesday, March 4, at
first time or not, a 4:15 p. m., room 307 of the Union, d
Schedule. , by the staff of the University Health for the organization of a Freshmen
- Service this semester. According to Glee Club to be sponsored by the
TO O EN J NE 2 % iDr. Warren Forsythe, director of Varsity Club.
Annoncemnt o thespecal lc- ~.* iHealth Service, this was" car icd on' If you intend to be a member of
DrAnnouncem ent of th e special lec- . ' 1 a eeis .s i let ould the latter, ex erience in the form er
k,:se " as an ex)E rimen to Se '. it would
tres, concerts, excursions, and enpt xmsdensis necessary.--
tertainments which the University bwho will retoexrn wit the eing of
w o Studio Ar1 Cib: The weekly class
eion sduring the 1931 Summer yschool next fall, in life ketching will be held in
Session was made yesterday byMore than 50( examinations were the Architecture building Wednes-
Dean E.given at the b'innn this se- day, March 4, at 8 p. i., with Mr. s
A nw inester, but fo he indication of Valero as critic. Please notice the
All numbers in general will beV
the timec involed. i setims thath
open to the public as well as to change in date.
University students. The visitors some nesto in e cere c e.
nights at the Observatory, however, " will be necessary to tae. care of n1
wigl b td the er y noled.. the 9,000 or more students who en- Fosi Frolic: Meeting of the
will be limited to rcgaargry enrolled regularly with the beginning F Erosh Frolic committee Wednesday
students. Admission will be charg- ! Asslcrgtelywe t0of the fall semester. evening at 7:30, in room 304 of the w
c ora e pays presenrr Pay the"lIt is purely for the benefit of the Union.
Michigan fexcursionsto Players. outsideh This is what was left of the Empire hotel, leading hostelry of returning student that he is requir- ---
of Ann Arbor will be based on ac- Napier, New Zealand, after the earthquake of February 3. ed to submit to a new examination. Mummers Dramatic Society will
tuan tbraving expense on ~In late years many students have hold their regular second semester1:
tual W traveling expenses only . 1"h L l of Human 18, Excursion No. 4-Detroit left school because of ill-health, tryouts this week on Wednesdaya
The plays will be givenunder the anduAnial Learng,' (illustrated News building; tour of Belle Isle; and have returned before a con- and Thursday afternoons from four
auspices of the speech department, with motion pictures) Prof. Adel- New Fisher building for luncheon plete recovery has been reached. to five-thirty inthe Leagu. Please
and will be directed by Prof. Ches- bert Ford, of the psychology de- and inspection of radio broadcast- Under the policy attempted this prepare one-minute parts. All mem-
ter M. Wallace, head of the drama partent. ing Station WJR; Detroit Institute semester, no suchthing could hap- e rsmust attend.
pcooaarheCangieIsitteo of Arts, pen, for the Health Service medical
school at the Carnegie Institute of July 2, Excursion No. 1-Ann Ar- Ars. , staff was in a position to intercept
Technology, Prof. E. W. Hic'kman, July 20, "Music in American Life, Zeta Phi Eta:There wil be nosuchcases-
also of the Carnegie drama school, bor and vicinity. Meet on Library Dr. A. D. Zanzig of Harvard uni- s indications, however, itregular meeting tit A
and Valentine B. Windt, director steps at 2:30 o'clock. Tour of the versity. Visitors night at the Ob- seems that it will be impossible to Nbersaeretigtn Parliamentary Drll
of Play Production. They will be city boulevards and river drives in servatory. sem that rituwig impdssibpess cNuMting on Prmsenry WDril
given every Wednesday, Thursday, 'automobiles furnished for the trip. July 21, "Romance and Realism a ehy rexuingtunnt pass conducted by Mr. Moserl, Wednes-
kriday, and Saturday during the I a physical examination next fall, i day, March 4, at 7:30. Roll will bey
first seven weeks of the session at Return to the campus for inspec in Modern Literature," Prof. 3. due to a lack of time. Dr. For- take. Please meet first i Zeta
the Lydiaenessoh theares.n tio- Douglas Busch, of the University sythe outlined an alternative policy room and hand propositions for
the' Lydia Mendelssohn theatre. tion2 of the Library, Clements L- of Minnesota. Concert. Faculty of however, that will probably be fol- rhmad!and inh rpsh ina.
The first production will be Philip brary, and Union. Geology of Ni- the music school at Hill auditorium. lowed.the deate ithena.
Barry's recent Theatre Guild suc- agara Falls and Vicinity," Professor Visitors' night at the Observatory. The--ph: N-reui m tin
cess "Holiday." The other six plays Hobbs. .July 22,Excursion N. 5-Ford A 4 mpn. o say No nig. rs.eCtn
wil e elctd ro te olown ,July 22,bet n etue ob Aug. 4, "Romantic Spain," Prof. i on Wednesday evening. Mr. Con-
Sn u e airport,including airdrome and Herbert A. Kenyon, of the Romance suelo de Aldag, of Mexico, wil do-
grotip: Martin Flavin's "The rim production assembly; also a visit to langges department. C o n c e r t. liver lectures in the Mcgan
inal Code," Alexander Dumas' July 7, "Some Iconoclastic Con- Greenfield Village, Ford's extensiveF ey tent. Con Hti n
"Three Musketeers," Eugene troversies in American History, Museum of America. "New England
O'Neill's "Beyond the Horizon," El- Prof. Thomas M. Marshall, of Wash- ' Landscapes," Prof. Vernor C. Finch, auditorium.Earl of th Rd otToday.
mer Rice and Dorothy Parker's ington university. Concert. Faculty of the University of Wisconsin. music5schoo kV.ll ore, o "The Frof. Leigh J. Hunt, of the for-
"Close Harmony," Stephen Phillips' of the music school at Hill audi- Visitors' night at the Observatory. Daa Qualities of Ohestr Mus- etry c w spe o
"Ulysses," Frank Craven's "The 'torium. July 23, "Recent Developments in ," subjec t"Makinga 40-Acre Wood-
First Year," Ferenc Molnar's "Lil- July 8, Excursion No. 2-Ford the Control of Crime," Prof. Arthur Aug., "Electricity in Modern
omin," J u 1 e s Romaine's "Doctor plant. Round trip direct to plant ERWoody"-yprfnoohirst hemusaro-
Knock," and Sidney Grundy's "A and return by auto bus. "The Paris ment , of the sociology departLife," Bji . lcasting fro The mul ro-
Marriage of Convenience." Gun," Prof. Henry W. Miller, of the Jy2r the electrical engineering depart-I gram will be offered by Raymond
Excusio Planed eniiieiin deprtmnt.July 25, Excursion No. 6-Genera I nmnt.
Excursion Planned engeerg dMotors Proving Grounds. I Morin, staff pianist.
The excursions will be under the July 9, Life in Roman Britain, J Aug.7, oc teeng. Uper th -
direction of Carlton F. Wells. Stu- Prof. James E. Dunlap, of the Greek July 27, "An International Scenic auspices of the League. Oesen to all T P
dent andothes deirin togo o andLati deprtmets.Highway around Lake Supetior," students of the Summer Session.
dents and others desiring to go on and Latin departments. ' Prof. Harlow O. Whittemore, of the j, Aug. 8, Excursion No. 8. New BRIGHT SPOT
the excursions to Niagara Falls and Niagara Exc::sron' landscape design department. Michigan state prison, Jackson. 802 PACKARD ST.
Put-in-Bay will be requested to July 10, Excursion hi. 3-Niagara TODAY, 5:30 to 7:30
consult with Prof. William H. Hobbs, Falls and vicinity under the direc- July 28, "Popular Ballads," Prof. Party goes direct to the prison by TN D A, C:3 E PIES
of the geology department. tien of Professor Hobbs. General Wilbur R. Humphreys, of the Eng- auto bus. .S SS STEAK
The entertainment schedule for reception by the faculty to the lish department. Concert. Faculty Aug. 10, "How Loud is Loud?"L CAMB OPS,SELLY
the session is subject to revisions, students of the session c, the of music school in Hill auditorium. Prof. Floyd A. Firestone, of the ROAST PORK. APPLE SAUCE
The reise ro grmsu forc ke ag.suents. ftJuly 29, "Hidden Story of the physics department. ROAST BEEF
The revised programs for each week LeagueE. - American Indian," Prof. Carl E. Aug. 11, Annual banquet of the MASHED OR O'BRIEN
ier in The Summer Michigan Daily tratig Radio Peomens I. Guthe, of the anthropology depart- educational clubs of the education POTATOES
The tentative program follows: Neil H. Williams, of thephysics de- ero- ntschoola turer and subject to be announced PEAS
Tentative Program. partmnent. ..' y 30, "The Irish Theatre' lte an3ujett5ecnoncdPA
June 29, "A European Sore Spot: July 14, "Present Opinion of the Prof. ~-hn W. Eaton, of the Ger- later. 2TnC
Aug. 12, "Current Trends in Avia- SPECIAL LUNCH
The Polish Corridor," Prof. James Cause of Cancer," Prof. Carl V. man L _artment. tion," Prof. Edward A. Stalker, of 11:30 to 1:30
K. Pollock, of the political science Weller, of the pathology depart- Aug. 1, Excursion No. 7--Put-in- the aeronautical engineering de- SPAGHETTI WITh MEAT
department. ment. Concert by the faculty of Bay, Lake Erie, under the direction BALLS
June 30, assembly of students and the music school at Hill auditorium of Professor Hobbs. Via Michigan pAug. 13, Subject and lecturer to rtEtc ONE 8241
faculty of the School of Education July 15, "Iceland Yesterday and Central to Detrit and steamer to be announced later. - WE DELIVER
in the auditorium of the University Today," Prof. Frederick Peterson, Put-in-Bay. -
T3Tioh c1hnn i.,~,1 i oTT f tihe Enl is,-'iWlh de artn,,vment Au' g- 3 At th-in P 'T'l'.rm 1 ".'
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Socialists: There will be a meet- for Carl Breinig.
ng of the Michigan Socialists Club The only contested nomination in
ednesday, March 4, at 7:30, in the Fourth ward was the Demo-
oom 302, Michigan Union. All who erotic race for constable. In this
,re interested in Socialism are in'- cai aefrcntbe nti
rtedntoratted mmr race, Edward O'Neill defeated Bert
ited to attend-Jackson, 40 to 23.
Sigma Delta Chi will meet to- The last of the ward contests was
ay noon at the Union. the Seventh ward race for Iepubli-
----- - can nomination for supervisor.
James Galbraith won easily, polling
193 votes in the first precinct and
News From Other Tieenrtpeica
News rom ther 375 in the second for a total of
Collees 568 as against 53 in the first and
255 in the second for a total of 308
Again the Woman Pays. votes for Frank T. Judson.
Republican strength was predom-
UNIVERSITY OF, WEST VIR-!.
inant throughout the uncontested
GINIA - Cynics will probably be I city offices showing nearly a seven
urprised at the display of humane-
ness that the women students here to one majority in eacha cse.
have shown in giving up some of Mayor Nominations, Unopposed.
heir luxuries in order to supply the The vote on the unopposed nom-
needy with food and clothing. They inations was as follows: for mayor,
have given up movies, sweets, taxis, H. Wirt Newkirk (R), 2,451, Charles
and horse back riding. The drive J. Hutzel (D) 296; for president of
wiii last for two weeks, 'the council, A. L. McDonald (R)
2No Longer Restaurant. 2,288, Horatio J. Abbott (D), 374;
Library Nr for city clerk, Fred C. Perry (R),
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII-As a 2,388, Archie D. Miles (D), 234; for
,esult of the posting of large "quiet" Justice of the Peace, Harold Golds
and "no eating" signs, the library, was unopposed and polled 205 votes.
once the mecca of gossipers and First ward alderman, Burr (R)
!unchers, has become a place for 204, Goetz (D) 43; Supervisor, Col-
study and thought once more. = lins (R) 216, Eibler (D) 36. Second
ward alderman. Heckman (R) 332,
Phi Eta Sigma Pledges 73. Schlenker (D) 102; supervisor, Col-
UNIVERSITY OF IOWA-Seven- liau (R) 331. Fourth ward alder-
ty-three freshmen will be pledged man, Agar (R) 187, Krautsch (D)
to Phi Eta Sigma, freshmen men's 58; supervisor, Millen (R) 185, Her-
honorary scholastic fraternity. ick (D) 56.
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verse," Prof. Heber D. Curtis, of July 16, "Michigan Indians," Prof. Warren E. Blake, of the Greek _____
the education school. Prof. Emeritus W. B. Hinsdale. department.
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