;T THE M I C H I G A N DAILY TUESDAY. MARC 319
board there for the exact location of the room.
Alpha Nu: There will be no open meeting this week. Pledges willk
not attend. In the closed business session this evening complete dis-
cussion and final vote will be held upon a matter of the most vital signi-
ficance to the interests of the society. The proposed revision of the con-
stitution will also be voted upon. Any objections to the report of the
committee on revision must be handed to the secretary in writing before
the meeting opens. The session will open promptly at 7:30 p. m. All
membirs now on campus should attend this highly important meeting.
Contributions to this semester's issue of the "Sybil" must be in the
hands of the editor not later than Tuesday.
Zeta Phi Eta: There will be an important active meeting at 7:30'
pr.. P, in the Zeta room. All chairmen of the Benefit Bridge Party be
prepared to make a report.
Pledge meeting at 7:30 in room 2003 Angell hall. It is important
that all pledges be there.
Comedy Club: The Spring tryouts for the club will be held today in}
Sarah Caswell Angell hall from 4 to 0. Candidates should prepare aj
three-minute selection from some play.
Women in Freshmen Pageant: The Impressionistic group will meet
at 3:00 o'clock today in Barbour gym upstairs. The Priestesses will meet
at 3:45 at the same place. The Ballet group will meet at 4:00 in the
Gar -vIe Business Staff and Tryouts will meet at 4 oclock. Try-
ture." Illustrated. Natural Science
auditorium. (University Lecture).
April 2, 7:30 p. m., "Migration of
Animals from Ocean to Land and
Freshwater." Illustrated. Room 2116
Natural Science building.
April 3, 4:15 p. in., "The Parasites
of Nigerian Rodents." Illustrated.
Room 2116, Natural Science bldg.
Phi Sigma will hold a regular
meeting at 7:30 p. m., in room 1139
Natural Science bldg. Mr. Dempster
of the Medical School, will talk on,
"Pre-Vasalian Anatomy." A discus-
sion on a topic of general interest
will be lead by two members of the 1
chapter. New members will be
Junior Mathematical Club meet-
ing will be postponed until April 7.
Professor Carver will speak at that
time on "Statistical Applications of
Industrial Engineering Society:
There will be a joint meeting with
the A. S. M. E., Thursday night,
April 2, at 7:30, in room 302 of the
Union. Mr. Coghlin, vice-president
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