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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1931

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Daily Oficial Bulletin
(Continued from Page 8)
at the meeting of the Michigan
Chapter to be held this afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock in Lane hall. Every-
body welcome.
Seven Last Words of Christ, a
Cantata by Theodore Dubois, will
be rendered at the Church of Christ
Disciples, corner Hill and Tappan,
at 7:30 p. m.
iberal Students' Union: 7:30-
Lieral Students' Union of the Uni-
tarian. Church will discuss "Pros
and Cons of Capital P-unishment"
led by, Professor Burke Shartel of
the Law school. Refreshments.
Lutheran Students: The Lutheran
Student Club fellowship - supper
5:30 to 7:30 this evening, Zion Par-
ish hall, 309 E. Washington St.
Address on "The Crucifixion" by
Rev. Rudolph Schulz, former Exe-
cutive Secretary of the Luther
League of Ohio.
Reformed Students: Services will
be conducted by Dr. H. H. Meeter.
The meeting will b3 held in the
"Upper Room" at Lane hall and will
begin at 10:30 a. m.
Hillel Foundation: Milfred Stern,

Zoology Lectures: Dr. A. Pearse, I Senior Lits: Class dues will be
of Duke University, will present the collected Tuesday, Wednesday and
following lectures: . Thursday of this week. Honor men
April 2, 4:15 p. m., "Tropical Na- ,will be on the campus all three days
ture." Illustrated. Natural Science! to collect your dues and take orders
auditorium. (University Lecture). for the "Michigan Alumnus."
April 2, 7:30 p. m., "Migration of
Animals from Ocean to Land and Acolytes: Meeting Monday, March
Freshwater." Illustrated. Room 2116 30, at 7:30 p. in., in 202 S. W. Mr.
Natural Science building. Rickel will discuss 'Metaphysics of
g Sir James Jeans." Mr. Beer will dis-
April 3, 4:15 p.nt. "The Parasites cuss "Metaphysics of Oswald Spen-
of Nigerian Rodents." Illustrated. gler."
Room 2116, Natural Science bldg. -

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the Ypsilanti Airport will speak to
the Society concerning rates and
possibilities for a Flying Organiza-
tion.
Inter Class Track Meet Monday,
March 30, at 7:30, in Yost Field
House. Health cards are necessary
to compete in this meet.
Tau BEta Pi: Pledge Examination
Monday, Mar. 30, at 7:15 p. m., in
room 273 West Engineering bldg.
Eta Sigma Phi: Reservations for
the formal initiation banquet, which
is to be held on Thursday, April 2,
in the Michigan League building,'
are to be made with Mary Haga-
man, Marha Cook building, not

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Lecture on Publie Unelployment
Insurance: Mr. Noel Sargent, of the
National Association of Manufac-
turers, wil speak on Public Unem-
ployment Insurance at 9 o'clock on
Tuesday, March 31, in room 11
Economics bldg. Those interested
are invited to attend.
Geology 31: The make-up blue-
book will be given Monday at 4:00
in room 3054 N. S.
Economics 52 (Corruption): For
purposes of the examination on
Monday, Mr. Palmer's sections will
meet in room 102 Ec.; Mr. Caver-
ly's section in room 215 Ec., instead
of the rooms previously anounced.
All who are interested are invited.
Members admitted to the house
this semester will be initiated im-
mediately after the open meeting,
and all are asked to be on hand.

Economiics Si-jb: Professor Plaut I
of the University of Harburg u ill
speak to the Club at 7:30 p. . on,
Monday, March 30, in room 302 of!
the Union.
Physics Colloquium: Mr. G. A.
Van Lear, Jr. will talk on "Galvan-
Iometer sensitivities as limited by
Brownian Motion," at 4:15 on Tues-
day in room 1041, East Physics bldg.
Undergraduate Physics Club will
hold its next meeting on Wednes-
day evening, April 1, in the staff
room of the East Physics building,
at 7:30. David Netzorg, '34, will pre- f
sent a talk on "Interesting Physical
Phenomena connected with the Cy-
cloid." The talk will b illustrated
with apparatus constructed espe-
cially for the occasion. All interest-
ed are cordially invited to attend.
Adelphi House of Representatives
will hold a debate on "Resolved:
that a large college offers better
opportunities for a liberal educa-
tion than a small college," at 7:301
Tuesday iTight in the Adelphi room
on the fourth floor of Angell hall.

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of Detroit, will talk at religiousI
service at 11:15 a. m., at the Chapel Alpha Nu: There will be no open
of the Michigan League building. meeting this week. Pledges will not
attend. In the closed business ses-
Jewish Students: Rabbi Ephraim sion on Tuesday evening, March 31,
Rosensweig of Decatur, Illinois, will complete discussion and final vote
address the Sunday Night Open will be held upon a matter of the
Foium of the Hillel Foundation at I most vital significance to the inter-
.:00 at the Hillel Foundation at 615 1 ests of the society. The proposed
E. University. His topic "Art and I:revision of the constitution will also
the Jew Through the Ages." be voted upon. Any objections to
the report of the committee on revi-
COMING EVENTS sion must be handed to the secre-
University Lectures: On Monday, tary in writing before the meeting.
Mar. 30, 4:15 p. m., Natural Science opens. The session will be opened
auditorium. Professor Dr. Theodore promptly at 7:30 p. m. All members
F. S. L. Plaut, of Hamburg Univer- of A. N. now on campus should at-
sity: "Unemployment Insurance and tend this highly important meeting.
its Effect on the Economic Position Contributions to this se ester's
of Germany." issue of the "Sybil" must be in the
Thursday, April 2, 4:15 p. m., in hands of theweditor not later than
Natural Science auditorium. Dr. A. ,next Tuesday.
S. Pearse, of Duke University:.
"Tropical Nature" (Illustrated). Aeronautical Society: It is im-
Friday, April 3, 4:15 p. m., Lydia perative that all members who are
Mendelssohn Theatre. Mr. Henry interested in motorized flight train-
Cowell, musical composer and edi- ing attend the meeting to be held
tor of New Music: "New Musical Re- April 1 at 7:30 in 348 West Engi-
sources." The public is invited. neering building. Mr. Oliphant of
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