.SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 1931
THR MICMICIAN DAILY SATURDAY. APRIL 4, 1931
Cosmopolitan Club: The regular social meeting will be held at 8 p. m.,
in Lane hail. An interesting and an unusual program (s been pre-;
pared. Visitors welcome.
Speech 31 and 32 Mid-Semester Examination: The mid-semester
examinations in Speech 31 and Speech 32 will be held on Wednesday,
April 8, at 4:00 p. m., in the following rooms: Speech 31 in room 1025
A. H.; Speech 32 in room 25 A. H.
The sixth freshmen lecture in Hygiene for then, will be given in
Waterman gymnasium, Monday and Tuesday, April 6, and 7, at 3-4 and
5 p. m. This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular physical
training classes, athletic squads and others that have been excused from
Lecture-Recital of "The Servant In The House:" Mr. Ralph R. John-
son of the Engineering faculty will give a recital of Charles Rann Ken-
nedy's play "The Servant In The House" at a meeting of the Michigan
I Interpretive Arts Society to be held in room 302 Mason hall, Wednesday
1evening, April 8, at 7:30 sharp. The public is cordially invited.
Physical Education for Women: Outdoor season classes begin on
Monday and Tuesday, April 6 and 7. Students are to report ready for
work on these days. Information concerning costumes and equipment
has been posted on the bulletin boards in Barbour gymnasium and the
Women's Athletic building.
Mechanical Engineering Seniors: Representatives of the Detroit
Edison Company will be in room 221 West Engineering building on Tues-
day, April 7, for the purpose of interviewing any men who are interested
in employment with this company.
Electrical Engineering Seniors: Representatives of The Detroit Edi-
son Company will interview for recruiting purposes on Tuesday, April 7;
those interested should sign on the posted schedule.
Acolytes: Professor R. W. Sellars will speak on "Universals and our
Knowledge of the Common World, "Monday, April 6, at 7:30 p. m., room
202 South Wing.
Men's Education Club will meet Monday, April 6, at 7:00 p. m., in
room 316 Michigan Union. Dean Edmonson, for a number of years
executive secretary and now president of the North Central Association
of Colleges and Secondary Schools, will speak on problems and policies
of that organization. All men interested in teaching :tnd scL ol adnin-
istration are invited.
Vulcans: There will be a meeting at the Union Sunday at 5 o'clock.
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ANN ARBOR NEWS-BRIEFS
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related to mayor Edward W. Staeb-
Dr. Theodore Klingman, of St.
Joseph's Mercy hospital, stated last Man Struck by Auto
night that David J. Staebler, 427 S.-
Ashley avenue, who was admitted Lester Fermun, Jr., of Saginaw,
to the hospital yesterday afternoon was struck yesterday by a car
after a convulsion which rendered driven by Harry H. Atwell, 1300
him unconscious for about an hour, Linwood, as he was crossing Ann
was resting easily. Staebler is not Street. Atwell was driving south on
Lutheran Students are invited to reecieve the Holy Communion at
the chief service at 10:30 Sunday morning at Trinity Lutheran Church,
corner S. Fifth Ave. and E. William St.
Lutheran Student Club Sunday evening, 5:30-7:30, Zion Parish hall,
with address and discussion on "The Resurrection."
Wesleyan Guild: The Wesley Players under the direction of Miss'
Blossom Bacon will present "Magda" by Ethel Gesner Rockwell at Wes-
ley hall on Sunday, April 5, at 6 o'clock. Admission free. Social hour will
Presbyterian Students: You are cordially invited to Easter break-
fast Sunday morning at the Church House at 7 o'clock.
Liberal Student's Union: Sunday evening, Mr. Wilfred Sellars will
talk on "European Youth and the New Social Order." Unitarian Church,
State and Huron Sts.
Baptist Guild, Sunday evening, Engineering students will have full
charge of the meeting, under direction of W. Raymond Munger.
N. Main street, and had just turned
the corner to Ann street when the
accident occurred. Fermun was not
Two Speeders Caught
Police made two arrests for speed-
ing Thursday. Madlyn A. Bush, 68
Fairfield road, Ypsilanti, is to ap-
pear Tuesday at 2:15 o'clock to
answer a charge or driving 43 miles
an hour on W. Huron street.
Arlon B. Wright, 814 Congress
street, Ypsilanti, was to appear
yesterday to answer to a charge of
driving 40 miles an hour on Wash-
Ray Critically Ill
Critically ill at the Jackson state
prison, Grove J. Ray, former treas-
urer of Ann Arbor school board,
last night was reported to be in a
Spring Suits $30
Extra Trousers $7
1319 South University
Baptist Guild: Easter Morning Service, 6:30 a. m., at Guild House,
be followed by a fellowship breakfast. Kindly dial 7332 if you will be
is open for dancing
of the masonic tmley
every saturday night.
release that touch of spring fever
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9 till 12
$1.00 per couple
*thru the courtesy of jacobsons, we are offering two pairs
of jacqueline shoes to the girls holding the lucky cards.
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ffer. But Easter flowers
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vent of implied good
Du yourself will enjoy
selection from among
of fragrant blooms and
Sunday deliveries are
Two large stocks of Bibles, Hymnal and Prayer Books - also a
splendid selection of
EASTER GREETING CARDS
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One dollar and more
Orchids, Gardenias, Violets, Roses
and Spring Flowers.
Ann Arbor Florists Inc.
122 East Liberty Phone 6215
The Inimitable Dancer
8:30 P. M.
many, delightful fea-
tures for your easter
.morn breakfast and
easter day dinner.
why not acquire the
pleasant habit of eat-
ing the fingerleoper-