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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

T)IiY, III'i,

TI-IF. MTC44TCIAN DATT.Y SUKDA~, APiUL~,i~x~u

Edmonson, for a number of years Women in Freshman Pageant:
executive secretary and now presi-1 The Impressionistic Group will meet
dent of the North Central Associa-( Monday, April 6, at 3 :15 p. in., at
Lion of Colleges and Secondary Barbour gymnasium. The Athletes
Schools, will speak on problems andj and Bacchanal Group will meet at
policies of that organization. All; 3:45 p. in. The Waltz Group will

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men it.-rested in teaching and meet at 4:15 p. mn.
school administration are invited. -

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Acoyltes: Professor R. WV. Sellars
will speak on "Universals and oiie
Knowledge of the Common World,"
Monday, April 6, at 7:30 p. mn., room
202 South Wing.
Junior Mathematical Club meets
in room 3011 Angell hall on Tues-
day. April 7, at 8 p. mn. Professor
Carver will speak on "Statistical
Applications of inverse Probabil-

Flay Reading Section of the Fac-
ulty Women's Club will meet Tues-
day at 2:30, in the Michigan League.
Michigan Dames will hold their
regular meeting Tuesday evening,
April 7, at 8 o'clock at the Michigan
League bldg. This is the last initia-
tion of the year for new members.
A large attendance is desired.

CONCERTS May L 149X,15, i.

ity.' Faculty Women's club: Members
--- of the Club, their families and
Cii old Italiano: Under the au-f friends are invited by the Art Sec-
spices of the Circolo Italiano a ,Ser- tion of the Club t-, a reception
ata 1Musical-Dramnimatica will be opening the annual exhibit of the
presented Tuesday evening, April 7, work of different members Sunday
at 8:15, in the Laboratory Theatre. afternoon, April 26 from 3 to 5 p.
Students and Faculty are cordially in., Alumni Memorial hall. The ex-
invited to attend. Admission free. hi bit will be open to others on the

IiII -rout
Sensational
Wednesday
A star of tl
"Thursday ei

jTau Beta Pi: Initiation Tuesday,
April 7, at the Union, 5 p. mn. The
initiation banquet will follow.
Undergraduate Women: Elections
for League and W. A. A. officers will
be held on Wednesday, April 8,
from 8:30 until 4:30 o'clock, at the
Candy Booth in University hall.
Michiganensian Editorial Staff :
Every tryout must report for work
sometime during the week.
Varsity Glee Club: It is very im-
portant that all members be pre-
sent for rehearsal Monday night.

afternoons of April 27 to May 1
inclusive from 1:30 to 5 o'clock.
Attention is called also to a
change in the date of the annual
luncheon of the Faculty Women's
Club which will be Thursday, April
30 instead of May 7.- -
YALE UNIVERSITY-One of the
world's most complete collections
of the works of John Ruskin has
been received by the Yale univer- I
sity library. Not only are original
copies of the author's first works
included, but also such pieces as
occasional addresses, rare pamph-
lets and unique copies.

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vening and Friday afternoon concerts
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!vening and Friday afternoon concerts
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:venting concert
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vening concert
neo Baritone
vic Opera Comnpany
vening concert
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Opera Company
nid Saturday evening concerts
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Violinist
woman virtuoso
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