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HE MICHIGAN DAIIL

FRIDAY,. APRIL 3, 1931
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1931

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4. Students who have urgent need for certain books during the
vacation, will be given permission to draw these books, provided theyl
are not in general demand, on application to the Superintendent of
Circulation after April G. Win. W. Bishop, librarian. I
Seniors: It will be appreciated if all senior students who expect to1
graduate in June will place their orders for caps and gowns before
Friday of next week. This is necessary in order that those students who
are guests of the University at the Honors Convocation may have their
gowns in time to wear on that occasion.
Joseph A. Bursley, Chairman Honors Convocation Committee.
EVENTS TODAYc
Zoology Lecture: Dr. A. Pearse, of Duke University, will lecture at
4:15 p. m., "The Parasites of Nigerian Rodents." Illustrated. Room 2116,
..atural Science building.
Incompletes in Aero ---First Semester: Students wishing to removef
the incompletes in the above course should see Prof. F. W. Pawlowski,
in his office at 7 p. m.
Senior Engineers: Last chance to order caps and gowns through
the Memorial Fund Committee. Orders will be taken at the table in
front of room 221. Bring $4.50 for rental. Height and hat size required.
Collections at 10-11 a. in., and 2-5 p. m.
University Club: Club Night tonight. Professor Louis Hopkins is
on the program.
Freshman Pageant Dancers: The Modernistic Group will meet today
at 4 p. in., at Barbour gym.
COMING EVENTS
Cosmopolitan Club: The regular social meeting will be held Satur-
day, April 4, at 8 p. m., in Lane hall. An interesting and an unusual pro-
gram has been prepared. Visitors welcome.

Zoology Lectures: Dr. Robert Chambers of Washington Square Col- tion. is extended.
lege, New York City, will present the following lectures:
Tuesday, April 7, 4:15 p. in. "Cinematographs of Micro-operations on Circolo Italiano: Under the au-
Living Cells, Plant and Animal." Illustrated with a film 34 minutes long. spices of the Circolo Italiano a Ser-
Natural Science auditorium. University lecture. ata Musical-Drammatica will be
Tuesday, April 7, 7:30 p. m., "The Hydrogen-Ion Concentration of presented Tuesday evening, April 7,
Protoplasm, with Cinematographs of Some Phases." Illustrated with a at 8:15, in the Laboratory Theatre.
film about 15 minutes long. Natural Science auditorium. invited to attend. Admission free.y
Wednesday, April 8, 4:15 p. nm., "Physical and Chemical Propertiesr
of Protoplasm illustrated with Cinematographs." Natural Science aud. Presbyterian Students: You are
Icordially invited to Easter break-
Cooperative Course in Electrical Engineering: Sophomore electrical fast Sunday morning at the Church
engineers and freshmen planning to enter the electrical engineering House at 7 o'clock.
department who are interested in a cooperative course with industry are
urged to attend a meeting to be held Monday, April 6, at 5 p. in., in CA
rom 273 West Engineering bldg. At this time the nature and require-' CMUTRVLB EA
ments of this course will be discussed. S. S. Attwood. Union Side Desk 12-6 P. M.
Phi Beta Kappa: The anual meeting for the election of officers and[ C hlC aE O

the transaction of necessary Chapter business will be held on Tuesday,
April 7, at 4:15 p. m., in room 110 of the General Library. It is hoped
that as many of the Chapter as possible will be present.
Orma F. Butler, secretary.
Congregational Student Fellowship: Rev. Allison Ray Heaps will
give an illustrated reading at the Sunday evening meeting, using colored
slides from the moving picture "King of Kings." The program will open
at 5:30 with the informal social period, at 6:00 the student luncheon will
be served, and at 6:30 the formal program will begin. A general invita-
FRATERNITY JEWELRY PARTY PAVORS
j ARCADE JEWELRY SHOP
CARL F. BAY
JEWELUR AND OPTOMETRIST
Nickels Arcade

$6.75 round trip
excursion has just been
extended, making it
available for spring va-
cation sale.
GREY OUND
Union Side Desk, 12-6 p. m.
CAMPUS TRAVEL BUREAU
DAILY WANT ADS PAY

Craftsmen:

There will be an

important meeting at the Masonic

Temple Saturday evening.
Ronny Johansson, the celebrated
Swedish dancer, will appear in a
recital at the Lydia Mendelssohin
Theatre, Saturday evening, April 4,
at 8:30. Her program will include
numbers by Grieg, Rachmaninoff,
Mendelssohn, and Strauss, as well
as a group of original Javanese im-
pressions.
Philippine-Michigan Club is giv-
ing a musical program ana a dance
Saturday evening, April 4, from 8
to 12 in the Women's Athletic bldg.
There will be folk dancing, fencing
and singing. Members of the facul-
ties and ladies will be admitted free
of charge, all others fifty cents.
Wyvern will meet at 9:15 in the
Russian Tea room Saturday, Apr. 4.
Beta Kappa Rho will have an
Easter party Saturday in the Mich-
igan League Cave at 8 p. m.

GOOD FRIDAY MUSIC
PALMER CHRISTIAN will give the following
program of organ music to which the general public
with the exception of small children is invited, without
admission charge, GOOD FRIDAY, April 3, at 4:15
p. m.
Toccata per L'Elevazione...................Frescobaldi
Two Choral Preludes. .........................Bach
"We thank Thee, Lord, that Thou hat died"
"0 Man, bemoan thy grevious sins"

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A Fine Selection
Of
Easter

Meditation (Suite in E minor)

Borowski

Reverie ........ .....................Strauss-Christian
Gethsemane . .......... . ........ .. ..M alling
Crucifixion (Passion Symphony) .... Dupre
Fugue, Canzone and Epilogue ......... Karg-Elert
For organ, violin and women's quartette
Laura Littlefield, soprano
Thelma Lewis, soprano
Gwendolyn Zoller, contralto
Annis Dexter Gray, contralto
Wassily Besekirsky, violin

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Good Friday Music from ."Parsifal".

.Wagner

CAMPUS TRAVEL BUREAU
Union Side Desk 12-6 P. M.
deluxe student express
,Oa
New
York
for spring vacation
$25.75
trip
low fares to all points
Union Side Desk 12-6 P. M.
CAMPUS TRAVEL BUREAU

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RONNY
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Religious
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8:30 P. M.

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Religious and Devotional for

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EASTER GIFTS
Two large stocks of Bibles, Hymnal and Prayer Books - also a
splendid selection of
EASTER GREETING CARDS

Box Office
Now Open

INCORPORATED

TWO LARGE STORES

University
Bookstore
MAIN STREET

Tickets $1.00 and 75c

So. State St.

E. Unversity

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