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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 1931

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Frsmnto

Hold First

Formal

Social

Function

Next 'Friday

CASA LOMA BANDS, DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN HSOILWOK SERIES OF LITERARY DISCUSSIONS A. Si
OVER RADIO WILL START TODAY ON'
P H IL NUMBERS(Continued from Page ) Women's Education Club wl0Dri lthn mthtoeako the fEnglish departmer nt. o utinThe hl ttopiceigonMna, N L f ooDev
Mechanical Enineering Seniors:ofg Mrh1wilb"Tee-trp-
Mopr. C. B. Patri, of the Frigidairie Mrh9it4oclci h a Child' ongt.ttion of American History,"
L Coportio, Dyto, Oiowil belos of the Women's Athletic bldg,. First Editions of Famous ooksWae
TO [A U [ DA G in room 221 West Engineering bldg., MondayanWritrs SownR ooselr ilha r i- TOL±~St ~~nn Ingp
14reNoouerl ob ano Wednesday, March ]11 for the Rho Chi Society: Important bus- AeicnWier!hw hanl R. Smith, of the health de- ch .s 2, under the direction OF Prof. Mchg
f~r leaxNuerlst b Mina nvesiy iray _____Gs ako "The Health of Da vid E. Matern, of the music1 n.pr
Part of; Decorations; Spot. who may be iinterested in this cor- In room 303 Chemistry building. A ;rue f i12 first edtion of( the Young Child," at 5 o'clock this ishoo, will feature the Saturday qvelothe
aria Pease ake apointents.! i Aafternoon from the broadcasting tl oramn. The faculty speakers on}Sae
light fDances Planned. Pan.Plaemaeapolmnt.*farneii ; L*ne&V'ean authors sbdo. eoge ooaivilinst tis program will be Prof. S. Law- tae
___ __TnBt h hr ilb i-and modern, is now on display inwlFrsn eerlmsclslc ence Bigelow, of the chemistry e writes i
TI K T O N S L ~ ~ ilthe fmos Amric n ir meeting at the Union on Tues- the main corridor of the Univer- tiolpsns. pervertlndmPro.cOlin Bostn ganon,
Indian, will appear in a program day, March 10, at 6:15 p. in. An im-s sity iibnary of h gall."
"rmaic.ketces {pratbusiness metn will fol- 'mnPo.:sp FMdy of the engineear igtl college.tae
: isr mria nin"o. the pi metn 0Amn the older volumes are Sae
Ocstato Present Two New Aeri ntil d iraa"ti det Mar.low.xv eiinso hewrsof Whit- usic school will conduct the i ofeso Bigelowstakwill beI dent of
Numbers, )Slack jazz' 1,th e yi Mnessh'he-te,-ratCoer ole in fourth meeting of'iis class in band n Fihe Air We Breathe, the Rare ,tributes
and ~ White Jazz' tre, at 3:4~0p. in. Seats at box- Cireclo Italiano: There wVib,, a' Washington Irving. incuded also inruet dung heMda < ii,"PossrBsnspwr
ofie neting oan TusaMrch 12 at 1T dto f Do. nprogram. tl sone of the department of avae
Thursdae. tciis an 18 tedPrllff t~reo"DheadanIengineering research series, and aced
The tars of '34 will hold its first --4:1, in room D, Alumni Memorial iregular periocal of which Emer-Prf Arthur E.Wode, of the1 del with "Metal Cuttin" pae
formal social function this Friday, Men's Education, Club- will meet hall. Final plans for the Srata ony;eras rta 1iz,.ee _:oro the three zoology department, will tell how g could b
wethanulFohFoiwili.ro 316MihgnUin nItaliana (March 26) will be pre- (aoy ;. editor, to -collect zoological specimens for w- cally u
be held in the ballroom of the Un Monday, March 9.<At tp.i. All isntod and Professor G. E. Uher, '1V is dtin fra e- high schools Tuesday afternoon. Lsso~n il. Gale W i tes made u
ion. All arrangements have been men interested in teaching or any I-''be.wllgvea ilstaedtl ' i flGCci ~~ i <the exhibition, Ryod oiPiait il fe ew Survey on C'~inprtn
copeeexcept thie appointment phase of school administration are io l interestedar cor- I Vl a~ selections. erdee
ompeOl oe Alae I'Mb i-k'ad"izaTale,".s ___jrdv
of the floor co rittee, which will invited to attend. An especial in- dially invited to attend, a<i rc I '' and" Pia 'e ,fr jyysiledu is the
1_r__oto;17, Iv.ns"TmITer osfo hscleua Esson M. Gale, lecturer in orien- Iment n
he announc(:d e l ~rs week. j vitation is extended to new stu- o-- Sawyer,"and "Innocents Abroad." tion for women in colleges will be allaguge and literature at then
Decoration d,~ ee' ~ dents: There will be an informal I Sc.phiores: All those interested Hawthorne's immortal "Scarlet Let- pr entedl by Mliss Lauie Camp- Uiersiytfhalfonisadoot
Th eoain il! take the symposium on the recent conven- ! in a basketball tournament and a I b UnialeosincudfdCnalheocolaec-dof themarket,
th ecrato< wite"i as ic. ie i hecl et-arl.o 0ephysical education de-meyammbrothfcuyhrtn
foirm. of a large >son neon sign ion of the department of suaprin- game with a representative Fresh- tinmprmntrenedy fenon a ree oubihedfacuhiytorcal'iter e
of the class numcraui, in the south tendence and alied organizations,I man team please report at 7:30 rin One oi' the mnost iamos 'rooks j Sidney Straight, and Grace SnydersuvyiitePblcAmitr-iosa
end of the ballroom. The patrons at Detroit, and an opportunity to( room 302 of the Union on Tuesday,hisbiigehbie s atw ill frurnish lhe musical proguam ey ton SatheinuChic a nsra ios
booth will be at the other end,j get acquainted.I March 10. Whitran's "Leaves of Grass," which! A series of literary" discussions Afe evn of the
whilApamsrndlernswilncopleeeIUniversity, Gale iamoun
thie arnanfens Svrll poet clts -hrewl eame- rs rlcTeewlea was given by the author to Emer-. will be inaugurated Thursday du- wn oCiat odc eerhjca .
thearrngeent. eveal pot Aolyes:Thee illbe met-son and was by him presented to ing the Michigan University of thewok
light dances will feature the affair. ing rMonday, Mar. 9, at 7:30 p. in., important meeting of the Frosh Fawornknfo.wo heArprga.,hsseisoftlsplant.ThUnowilsretoseili20S.W PofWldrfteFoicCm teeM daevigFaakabrfom hmteIrporm.hseisofak,
The Uion ill ervetwo secia in 02 5 W. Pof. ilde of he Frlic ommitee onda evenng votaindtit Ablitleeeadirr.ned thoughtheroopeatio
befat rm1uni2o'lc MahmtcDeatetildi-at 7:30 in room 302 of the Union. Urageithoui hesiteraio I
breakfasts from 12. until Z o'clock Mathematics Department will dis- ~~~volume written by a man more ; of thne bureau, of alumni relations,fothsatedntefucinitus"Iutoim.MnayEvigDr aScinfmusnohrlnsofnevrwllbbodatechTrdy
was announced yesterday. They will -fteFclyWoe' lbwl is numbered in the collection, Theo- aftenoon until Many 1. The series, r
beseve i te apoo. atemtial Cub Metngondore Roosevelt's "Naval History of caled "Contemporary Interpreta- 1 hetcalilstk y ii
hSeca tevdintetaroom.Mtheatial lue Metineonmeet at the Womens Field House, teWro 82"to fAeia"wl egvnb
EpcatietbohwilbopnTuesday, at 7:30 p. m,. in room 3201 th___o_8_"_ o o mriawllb ivnb
all this weekin Angell hall and the A. Hi. Three short papers will be ,March 9, at 8 o'clock. A program ___
Union for those who have not pur- resented: by the members, is being arranged fly-etif Scino h The wly plygoes are fairl'y
pFaortyhWohen'andsubwwillrmeet at HAVE NEW HONOR iGROUP office with mail orders -and in
chased theirs. The favors will be, Mr. Pierce: Systems of differen-1 o tehubndwhrretob lay WRedng sct iln ofethet
the guests of the evening. 2:30 o'clock, Tuesday in the League. MICHIGAN ST1ATE COLLEGE - from fr distant poits-the ei
giv n ut at he da ce.ti l quaio s.- -The faculty social com m ittee has the w orld's m ast talked-a ib out ,
Two newanumber, sibefrml Mr. O'Toole: Symmetric func-!I Nursery Section of the Faculty VriyR .T .Rn:Asc agreed to the honor system whichsatralpeiosrcrsi i
linsexrese i trm o pwe WmcignsleaTu rsdaymee arcthetion will meet Monday, 7:15 p. i.,.tll or replacement of approved of this city. T EIIEFORE, if b
orc-hestra at thss at jir. The ban-. sums. j ihga egeTusa- ac in the Field House to play for bas-' ptrons and patronesses by ap-noyeorreyortke,
,otstr have written two pieces, Mr. Oldenbturger: Composition 12, at 8 oclock. Dr. R. W. Bunting ketball game. Nicholas Falcone. pointed fraternity committees. ntytodrdyu iktd
-"Wh1ite Jazz" and "Black jazz- and rank of matrices of higher will speak- on "The Care of Chi- __ gg-- __Eues ' U dle
which will be presented for the first class dren's Teeth" -- -°-ueeo edis
ti ea h rlc h ui il ~ S R Ebe broadcst over WJR from 12:30 "ST R A N G E I N T lI
until 1:30 o' lock. Ia nds, WXatches, Clocks Jewelr
Spacial la tepermission will be Clcks'J !! 7Preseted by TheTheatie
granted t women atte nding the ~ at the
ffair, w hich lasts until 2 o'clock Hig Grade Repair Ser vice I HITNEY THEATREg M
anid arangeinents are pending to ' li
permit freshmen undergoing "hell Pefrneva1 peieya ~
week" activties to be present. dinne nteinulsion until U.1 len the
heoi~ pladmarwill.-be-spared__as-a_-sur-ORCHESTRA, ENTIRE
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