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March 15, 1931 - Image 8

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SHE MICHIGAN

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""' SUNDAY. MARCH 15. 1931

THE MiCHIGAN DAILY ~TTNThAV MA1WR~ iS iQ.~i1

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Students of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts: Three University of Michigan Chapter of the League of Evangelical Stu- evening meeting in the church par-
scholarships, $300 each, are available for this semester and open to dents: There will be no meeting today. lors. Social period at 5:30, luncheon
students who are not now holders of scholarships or fellowships. These at 6, program at 6:30. Students
C hnl7t }lhin lil nsornln In ' i fchnn c it.f r 70~ ,l,___.W elr nm

sci arsi ps win b awartet on the oasis o scholarship standting and
need. Applicants should call at room 112, Romance Languages, for
blanks, fill them out and return them not later than March 20.
Division of Fine Arts: An Exhibition of Contemporary American
Paintings in Oil and Water Color and a group of twenty-five Prints is
being shown in the North and South Galleries and room A of Alumni
Memorial hall. This exhibition closes Monday, March 23.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
The Bureau wishes to call attention to the announcements of the U.
S. Civil Service Examinations for various positions in the following
fields:
Boys' Advisors, $1,500 to $2,600; Associate Crop and Livestock Esti-
mators, $2,600 to $3,300; Dietitian, $1,920; Forest Ecologists, $2,600 to $5,-
400; Associate and Assistant Engineers, $2,600 to $3,700; Engineeriig1
Inspectors, $2,000 to $2,900; Engineering Draftsmen and Topographic
Draftsmen, $1,440 to $2,000; Junior Entomologist, $2,000 to $2,600; Asso-
ciate and Assistant Geologists, $3,200 and $2,600 respectively; Junior
Geologist, $2,000; Park Historians, $2,600 to $4,600; Medical Technicians
(Bacteriology and Roentgenology), $1,620 and $2,000; Asst. Mining Engi-
neer, $2,600; Asst. Naval Architect, $2,600; Occupational Therapy Aide,
$1,800 to $2,500; Junior Physicist, $2,000; Physics (various branches)
$2,600 to $3,800; Asst. Pomologist, $2,600 to $3,200; Social Worker, $1,800;
Silviculturists, 2,600 to $6,400; Associate Soil Technologist, $3,200 to
$3,800.
For further information regarding these positions, please call at
the Bureau of Appointments, 201 Mason hall.

Organ Recital: E. William Doty, instructor in organ in the School
of Music will give the following program, Wednesday, March 18, at 4:15
o'clock in Hill auditorium. The general public with the exception of
small children is invited to attend:
Frescobaldi: Prelude and Fugue; Tschaikowsky: Andantino in di
modo canzona; Bonnet: Romances and Paroles; Bach: 0 Sacred Head;
Hasse: Herzlich thut mich verlangen; Karg-Elert: Suns's Evensong;
D'Antalffy: Sportive Fauns.
EVENTS TODAY
Vulcans: There will be a meeting at 5 p. m., at the East Physics
building. Professor Firestone will speak.
Wesleyan Guild: 12 o'clock- Mrs. Frederick B. Fisher's class in
"Comparative Religions."
6 o'clock-Evening Devotional meeting-Father Allen J. Babcock
will speak on "The Sufferings and Death of Christ, a Necessity and a
Lesson." Social hour at 7 o'clock.

University Symphony Orchestra:
Important rehearsal this morning
10 o'clock sharp, Hill auditorium.
Concert starts at 4 p. mn.
Junior Girls' Play rehearsal: Act
1 at 3 o'clock, Act 2 at 3:45 o'clock.
All members of cast and choruses
please be ready promptly, in cos-
tume and make-up.
Dr. M. Bartlett, who was to be at
St. Andrew's Church today, was
unable to come due to illness. Rev.
D. E. Mann is preaching at the 11
o'clock service, and Rev. Henry
Lewis is to speak at Harris hall
after the usual 6 o'clock supper.
Mr. Lewis will hold his class in
personal religion in the chapel of
Harris hall at 5:15 p. m.
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Dr. W. R. Morse, Dean of the We
will meet with the members and friends
in the fire-place room of Harris
hall at 8:30 a. m.
Congregational Student Fellow-
ship: Mr. Ira Smith, Registrar of
the University, will discuss "Michi-
gan's Criminal Situation" at the

st China Union Medical School,
of the Student Volunteer Group

Enjoy Your Meals v
where every effort is made to/
provide for your enjoyment
through choice foods and the
best music obtainable. The at-
mosphere is pleasant and the y
crowd is friendly. Music every
evening. }
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Prices are reasonable and there
is no cover charge. An ideal
place for a party. Phone 5672
for reservations.-

The Box Office Opens Tomorrow for
GR A C..E GEO RG E
"THE FIRST
MRS. FRASER"
with
A. E. Matthews and Lawrence Goldsmith
MONDAY, MARCH 23

Telephone the Mendelssohn Theater Box Office 6300
The box office open from 10 A. M. until after she Junior
Girl's Play at night every day this week.

Afternoon 3:15
Prices $1.50 and $2.50

Evening 8:15
Prices $2.00 and $3.00

Best Seats for Matinee Performance
Redeem all Mail Orders Tomorrow
Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre

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The Swimming Team
and they deserve to be.
And come to think about
it, the

Track and Baseball
squads will soon be do-
ing their stuff, but the big
thing this week is

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"Came the Dawn,"
the current edition of the
Junior Girls' Play, and
after you see it

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Alex'll
be
back
again
next
Sunday

The Best Lead
you can follow is one to
THE R & S LUNCH
605 Church Street
Open Evenings

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