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THE

MICHIGAN

DAILY

TUESDAY. APRIL 7. 1931

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the transaction of necessary Chapter business will be held at 4:15 p. n,
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.
Physics Coloquium: Mr. Lorne A. Matheson will talk on "Intensity
of Molecular Absorption in the Infra-red," at 4:15, in room 1041, East
Physics building.
Junior Remarch Club: Room 1121, N. S., 7:30 p. m., sharp.
1. Dr. H. B. Friedgood: "Experimental exophthalmos in dogs" (with
motion pictures).
2. Dr. S. S. Attwood: "The AlternatingCurrent Are in Air."
3.I . K. Gloyd: "pTrherohnstonTreatment for Rattlesnake Bite"
(motion picture, 15 minutes).

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Theta Sigma Phi meets at 8:15 tonight in the League building.
Christian science Organization meets at 8 p. mn., in the chapel of
M~cbh an League building.
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Adelphi House of Representatives: Initiation of all members ad-
mitted this semester will be held shortly after the open meeting at 7:30
in the Adelphi room. All new members are requested to be present. An
open forum program will occupy the open session. All who are inter-
ested are ir.viteito be present.
Athena: Short business meeting at 7:30 p. m. At 8 o'clock Mr. J.,
H. Muyskens will speak to us on the "Genesis of Conditioning."
Zeta Phi Eta: There will be a very important meeting at 7:30 p. in.
Election of officers for next year will take place at this time. Committee
chairmen for Bridge Benefit and Zeta Day Banquet please be ready to
make reports. Pledges meet in 2003 A. H. at 7:30.

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Pageant Dancers: The Priestesses will meet at 3:45 p. m., at Barbour
gymnasium. The ballet group will meet at 4:15 p. m. The Modernistic
group will meet at 4:45 p. in.
I liay Reading Sc't on of t-hc Faculty Women's Club meets at 2:30,
in the _Michigan League.
COMING EVENTS
Speech 31 and 32M id-Semester Examination: The mid-semester
examinations in Speech 31 and Speech 32 will be held on Wednesday,
April v, at 4:00 p. m., in thefollowing rooms: Speech 31 in room 1025
A. H.; Speech 32 in room 25 A. H.
Mechanical Engineering Seniors: Representatives of the Detroit
Edison Company will be in room 221 West Engineering bldg., on Thurs-
day, April 9, for the purpose of interviewing any men who are interested
in employment with this company.
Sophenore Engineers: All day Wednesday in front of the main
bulletin board of the W. Eng. bldg., you will be given a last opportunity
to pay your class dues before placing orders for your Junior Jac:its.
Orders for the jackets will be taken the first week after vacation.
Business Ad School: There will be a general get-together of all
Business Ad students, faculty, and those interested, at the Union, Thurs-
day, April 9, 8 p. m. Good entertainment, eats, music, and smokes. Please
get your tickets early.
Glider Section: Meeting Thursday, April 9, 7:30 p. m., 348 West En-

gincering bldg. Meet at St. Joseph
will be discussed. All members are
requested to be present.
Camp Davis: Camp Davis moving
pictures will be shown Wednesday
evening, April 8, at 7:30 in room
203 W. Eng. Annex. About 350 feet
of new film taken by Mr. R. T. Gar-
rison will be included.
U. of M. Radio Club will hold its
regular meeting Wednesday April
8, at 7:30 p. in., in the Michigan
Union. Prof. Benjamin F. Bailey of
the Electrical Engineering Dept.,
will be the speaker.
At 6:15 p. m., preceeding the re-
gular meeting, all members who
find it convenient will have dinner
together in the Tap Room of the
Union.
Alpha Kappa Delta meets Wed-
nesday evening, at 8, at the resi-
dence of Prof. Holmes. Newly elect-
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Junior Mathematical Club meets in room 3011 Angell hall at 8 p. m.E
Prof. Carver speaks on "Statistical Applications of Inverse Probability."
Michigan Dames will hold their regular meeting this evening, at 8
o'clock at the Michigan League bldg. This is the last initiation of the
year for new members. A large attendance is desired.
Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma meets tonight at 7:30 in our room
on the -fourth floor of Angell hall. Professor Immel, Dean of Speech
at U. S. C., and a former member of Alpha Nu, will address the society
on the talking picture industry. This will be open to the public.
Physical Education for Women: Outdoor season classes begin on
Tuesday, April 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 gym and the Women's Athletic bldg.
Women House Athletic Managers: There will be a meeting of intra-
mural athletic managers at 4 p. m., in Barbour gymnasium to make
plans for the baseball tournament.
Red Cross Life Saving: Practice for women planning to take the
examiner's test begins tonight at 7:30, at the Michigan Vnion pool.
Circolo Italiano: Under the auspices of the Circolo Italiano a Serata
Musical-Drammatica will be presented at 8:15, in the Laboratory Thea-
tre. Students and Faculty are cordially invited to attend. Admission free.
Pi Tau Pi Sigma: Meeting in room 304 Michigan Union at 8 p. m.

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Union, 5 p. m. The initiation ban-
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French entertainments, sight
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TUESDAY, APRIL 21 at 8 o'clock
The Newman Traveltalk is a combination of moving
pictures, marvelously colored slides, and an inspiring
talk of the scenes and action thrown on the screen.
On sale at Wahr's and Slater's on State Street, and Wahr's
and Schaeberle and Son Music House on Main Street.
SAVE APRIL 21 AS AN IMPORTANT
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This Traveltalk brought by the Ann Arbor Michigan
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