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Daily Official Bulletin
(Continued from Page 8)
Tuesdayafternoon, May 5, at 2:30,
Michigan League.
cator Finds Modern Authors Beginners' Social Dancing Class
Achieve Successes by will meet tonight at 7:30 in the
Study of Life. Women's Athletic building.

Careful presentation of the varied
everyday life of Spain has broughtI
success of the modern SpanishI
novel, according to Prof. J. N. Lin-<
coln, of the Romance languages de-
partment, who spoke yesterday
afternoon from the campus broad-
casting studio.
"The modern novel begins about
1868. Before that date Spanish'
authors had attempted to follow
the literary currents of the rest of
Europe. First they wrote of the
intense emotions and extraordinary
adventures of some Spanish Byron
or Manfred. Then, influenced by Sir
Walter Scott's historical novel," he
said, "they imitated the knightly
exploits of some Spanish Ivanhoe
or other crusading hero."
These themes, however, were too
far removed from reality to satisfy
Spanish writers in the last third of
the nineteenth century, he said,
and pointed out that the people
had been stirred to consciousness
of their own entities by th success-
ful revolution of 1868, and now that
stability was assured by the coming
of a new king, Alfonso XII, they
wanted to see in their literature
some reflection of this newly acquir-
ed importance. To satisfy this need,
he said, there was already present,
in process of formation, a group of
writers equipped with ability to

Sigma Delta Chii: Important
meeting this noon at the Union for,
Grid banquet report. Bring ticketst
and bills for check up.k
COMING EVENTS
Exhibition of Sculpture: The Divi-
sion of Fine Arts announces the
Second AnnualsExhibition of stu-
dents' work in sculpture to be held
in rooms 401, 403 University hall 1
Sunday, April 26, from 4:30 to 10
p. in., and Monday from 1 to 9:30
p. m. Open to the public.
The works of Avard Fairbanks
will also be on display Sunday and
Monday, April 26 and 27.
Mr. Hermon A. MacNeil, of New
York City, is to be a visiting sculp-
tor at the University of Michigan
for the Second Annual Exhibition
of Sculpture. A display of a few
of his masterpieces will be held in
the Grand Rapids room of the
Women's League building. Those
interested in seeing Mr. MacNeil's
work and in meeting him may do
so at a tea to be given in the Grand
Rapids room from 3 to 4:30 p. m.,
Sunday, April 26.

Math. 49 & 51, Class A
ment: Those students of
and 51 who signed app
sheets for Tabulating In
are reminded that these ch
meet daily at 1 o'clock and
from Monday, April 20 th
Thursday, May 7, in Room
gell Hall.
If you have not made an
ment for this instruction
220 Angell Hall - Wedn
Thursday -at 3 to 5 p.r
Before coming to class
obtain a copy of "The T
Method" at Slaters' Sta
iStore. A. D. Me
Sophomore Engineers:F
ball game will be played th
day at 4:15 p.m. Thosei
in playing please sign lis
Engineering Building bulle
Electrical Engineering
Mr. Wells, of the Wagne
Corporation (of St. Louis
terview for recruiting pq
Thursday, April 23. Sign
posted schedule.
A. S. M. E.: Importan
meeting and election ofc
5 o'clock, Wednesday,
Phi Kappa Phi: Spri
tion and banquet will b:
6:15 p.m., Thursday, May
Michigan Union. Member
to attend should phone R

nnounce-.
Math. 49Z
ointment
sLtruction
asses will
r2 o'clockl
irough to I

ton, University

meeting will be held Wednesday, Wednesday, April 22, at 8 p. m. in
April 22, at 7:30 p. m. in the Mich- the lecture room on the first floor
igan Union. Mr. Allen F. Prescott of the East Medical building. Papers
will speak on "Antenna Systems for will be read on Dryden by Professor
Amateur Use." Bredvold, and on Faraday by Profes-
sor LaPorte. The members of the'
Michigan Socialists Club: The Junior Research Club and the Wo-

r649.

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G
.,
"

German Department Luncheon
will be held in the Michigan Union
at 12 noon, on Wednesday, April 22.1

Phi Delta Kappa: Regi
ing of the Fraternity M
April 22, at 4:30 in roo
the University High Sch
purpose of electing office:
year. A full attendance is

write, with sympathetic insight
iinto character, and with keenness Preliminary Ph. D. Examinations Iota Alpha::
of observation, in Economics: Opportunity will be bers of Iota1
_____ser_____n. given during the week of May 18 for Wednesday, Ap
those who wish to write the general of the East E
Fresh Air Camp 1 uDive examinations at that time. Candi- The speaker o
Asks Aid of SocietWes dates will please leave their name Professor J. H
_____ Octe with Miss Mabbs at their earliest address the me
Letters have been mailed to every convenience. ication."
sorority and fraternity in the Uni-
versity, asking support for the an- Marketing 152: Both sections of U. of M. R
nual Fresh Air camp fund drive, Marketing 152 will meet at 3 o'clock --
George Hofmeister, '31, chairman of Wednesday afternoon in room 101
the drive, announced last night. Economics bldg., instead of at the
Members of organizations contri- usual morning hours.
buting as a body will receive tags
the day before the campus drive, English 71 - Report Writing:-
so that they will not be approached Scheduled conferences for this week
by student canvassers. Tag day on will be omitted. Bluebook on Friday.
the campus will be May 6. A. R. Morris.
NOW gfa' I~2:O0-3:4 .
NHOWING 7:00-9:00
EVELYN LOUIS
BRENT WOLHEIM
IN
REX BEACH'S
"SILVER HORDE"
SEE-Battle of the giants . . . men lashed to fighting fury in strug. Feat
gle for riches; gripping scenes from the great salmon catch; wild North-
land views of breath-taking beauty!
I ETMTRESERVA7IO4' SW TPLadies
ET KiERA1QLSEE W AN T ADS P AY!

Meeting of
Alpha at
pril 22, in 1
Engineering
d the even
. Muysken
embers on'
adio Club
Every
Lan
and his 4

216, An- next meeting will take place at the men's Research Club are cordially
Union Wed. evening, room 302, at invited to attend this meting.
appoint- 7:30. Prof. Goodrich will speak on Room 229 West Engineering Build-
do so at Socialism in the United States and ing. Discussion of Open House and
nesday or Australia. All are invited to attend, trip to Detroit. Membership cards
m., and pins will be distributed.
you must Board of Directors of the Faculty
abulating Woman's Club will meet on Thurs~ A. I. C.2E.: The Michigan See-
te Street day, April 23, at 1- o'clock at the tion of the American Institute of
eacham. Michigan League. Chemical Engineers has invited the
-- : eA student branch to attend its meet-
First base- Faculty Women's Club: The An- ing in Detroit, Monday, April 27,
his Thurs- nual Luncheon, which closes the and to participate in the following
interested activities of the Faculty Women's program:
t on West Club for the year will be April 30, 2:00 p.m. Trip through Parke,
tin board. at one o'clock, in the ballroom of Davis and Company. Meet at the
t ha Michigan League. Members are main office.
Seniors: asked to make reservations through 4:30-:00 p.m. Open.
r Electric Mrs. D. M. Matthews, 2109 Copley 6:00-7:00 p.m. Dinner at the Hotel
) will in- Street (Tel. 581) before next Tues- Fort Shelby
rposes on day. 7:00 p.m. Paper by Dr. C. F.
up on the Hirshfeld of the Detroit Edison
Annual Exhibit of Work of Art "Present Trend in Power Plant Do-
Section: Members of the Faculty sign"
t business Wen's Club and members of the Those interested in attending will
officers at faculty are invited to the opening !please see Miss McKim in room 2028
April 22, of the annual exhibit of work by as soon as possible.
the Art Section of the Club next_ _
ng initia- Sunday afternoon, April 26, from 3
e held at to 5 o'clock in Alumni Memorial
7, at the Hall. The exhibit will be open to
rs desiring others April 27 to May 1, inclusive,
%. S. Swin- from 1:30 to 5:00 p.m.
Faculty Women's Club: Attention Tther
ular meet- is called to the opening of annual
Vednesday, exhibit of the work of the Art Sec- thetieeIoe
m 4009 at tion next Sunday afternoon from 3
ool for the to 5 o'clock in Alumni Memorial; Even when restrained by
rs for next Hall, at which time members of the I vest and coat, ties bulge
desired. section will be hostesses to members and shift about, destroying
of the Club, members of the faculty the sartorial balance. With
the mem- and friends, vest and sometimes coats
7:30 P.M. discarded for summer
Room 3201, Romance Languages Journal Club comfort, tie uprisings are
Building. will meet at 4:10 p.m., Wednesday, *vtbl
ing will be April 22, in Room 408 Romance
s, who will Languages Building. But, cheerio - SWANK
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Research Club Memorial Meeting: of the SWANK that
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tie - holds it correctly, /
comfortably where it be-
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SWANK Klip LOOKS right
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SWANK for collars-
Night Except Monday
.SWANK Klip-
50c to $0.
tate at Huron Streets
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ctions Saturday and Sunday nights T AT
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