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ITHE MICHIGAN

DAILY'

"?SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1931

VE~ 'Tl Y UNG WRE KER veloping Egg," room 2116, N. S. bldg. electricity. All members aree
YOUINLADGTSW'ENTECE' Friday, May 1, 4:15 p. in., "yle cially urg ed to attend and c
GE S'E T N E rRhythm in Development," room th 2rn ow fsas
211, Nturl Siene bidig. brief, but extremely impor
tIP F P TRO S' , ~r~' usinss dr~istrtio~ecur~meeting will be interspersed in
OP F PI~ ru ;X-J~s$ J .{'program and it is desired that
cosuling rchtec of ew orkmembers participate. Plans folr
City, will lecture in the auditoriumtritipoGeaLksSel
of the Architecture building at 4:10 'poration and banquet will be
Wednesday afternoon, April 29, on cussed.
on of Chaperones for 13th subetEonmcsofLn
DacebyPlanning with Particular Reference Students, College of Literal
.ialDac Announced b toRadburn, N. J., The Town for the Science and the Arts: Sophom+
Duckwitz, Chairman. . Motor Age' " M\r. Wright will also and others interested in prepw:
______ "-" address the class in Real Estate to teach will be addressed by E
CKER WILL ATTEND Fundamentals in room 110 Tappan J. B. Edmonson of the Schoo:
hail at 8 Thursday morning, April Education at a meeting to be1
in U Miltary30. All who are interested are in- Wednesday, April 29, at 4 o'cl
e HeliU nion;,Mltr vited to attend either or both lec- in room 2225 Angell hall. P1i
trsence Leaders, Deans of aue.I'ote change in time since prey
- I announcement.

spe- Williams will discuss "Human Free-' B ook Shelf and Stage Section of ing the meeting quite iteresting inl
cupy ( dom." t(TaulyWme' lb will meet view of present labor conditions. All1
__ _-- .; ay -p i S ti :5 .i .
very Api at21 interested are cordially invited.
ian Ac ' fKp- £i i15.tehoe0 r.0 .Duft'en-
dad; 217 DoonsireRoad. Mrs.
thk et nte dl~ omo the c;M?,wilasitth oses School of Music Seniors: 'There
t al forth loo ci n~el hAl. uc'saywill be an important class meeting
De- Api,3 t73.ApaN pod Sciety og Industrial Engineer : at 5 o'clock Monday in the School
dis- r -_,- agah teboon ithe Teewill be a meeting Tuesday
di-quest;on "Resolved, ta judge Ieven.ing at 7:15 in room 306 of the of Music auditorium.
I ora bardof idge besubtittedUi on. Mr. A. N. Gustine, factory
m nanager of the lin.-Seiney Cor- Snoclsdusmybepai
Cure, for the jury in all t=rials in the poraPtio n wi h the spaker. Inas- this week. The trea surer will be in
ore Unte ~ttes Te pbli i cc'- uc asiheKig-Sele Crpoa-the y.hall of the Saci1ool of Music
i;rintg eidtisCbte hn a us eetinJ-stituted the
)ean ApiNowfhoda-cbu esBdauPonsytmof bwage pay-uilding dx,1 llay tues:day to receive
1 fmeetin nmtey£ ia :gte mont, MVr. Gusti e xii probably talk them . At other times, dues may be
held' contest. somiewhat upon this subject, mak - aid to Elizabeth F earles.
ock, I ILee Freeman, president.
ease Kappa Tau lh:U~irict
d02 R. nMnawil2,a L ~ 0. T. C. Sabr~e Drill Team ,
fl es ing on M onda . ' 7 Meet for drill at M ichigan Union

,;

Business s i Lecture: j oje announced on eu'bltli
Business __. .. 4
Mr. A. H1. Yu secretary of In- Phi Beta Kappa Initiation Ban- board.
dustrial Relations Counselors, Inc., I quet: The Initiation Banquet of the e okCtwl drs heApaCatri ihgnwilb lay7 i h
student body of the School of Busi- held at the Michigan League on dinner meec;tig at the UniunTru- >
ness Administration at 11 o'clock, Tuesday, May 5, at 6:30 p. im. Elmer day, April 28, at 6:15 p. ri.
Monday morning, April 27. in room E. Brown, Class of 1889, former-
101 Economics building.1-is subject Commissioner of. Education, Chan- 1 Ne;a°o-Caaucasnw rCh.': Th g-
will be "Industrial Pensions ." All cellor of New York university, willI lar rmethsrgwill be ',-d T _ play,
interestd are invited to a ttend. deliver the principal address. All April 28, at Lane hal aU 8:15 p. mn.
-~ -.members of Phi Beta Kappa in the Mr. "Jouis G. Gregory, of Ports-
Sigma Xi lI., .- F . °bert F. city are welcome. This year the mouth. N. H z., will speak on "Three
Mooe, eserchproecsr o eni-banquet will be open to the hus- Racial Elcments in A nnericnn Life."
(neering materiaatth university bands and wives of members. Please, -
of Illinois wiil sp, j e "h Fa- make reservations for places at the I cserve Band drill with the Var-
tigu ofMetlsWhatit s ad ISecretary's office or by mail before sity band at 5 o'clock Tuesday.
What it means inDs f-,"Mon- noon on May 2.----
daApril 27, at 4:-15 p. . in the Orma F. Butler, secretary. Varsity R. 0. T. C. B ' meet at
day Scene aditrim. ll n-3233 Angell hall. the east end of concrete itands ait
terested are invited to attend. JuirMteaiclS-eywl Ferry field Tuesday, 5 p. in. for rdill.
English 1 (ninern C3011 ee TedaAprial,atpfesor.trAsdririofltheout o e a r y
1 Nine o'clock section. Those who in. room301AglhalPrfsotesurof heI ^ .c iy
re- tvere to speak nxt Tusa ilb L. A,. Hopkins will speak on "Stellar Council may report Mondlay at 3
in preparedtoseknx Tuesday. Stucure." p. im., at the Council r~oom s, third
red. L. Kirschbaum. floor, Michigan Union. Second sem-
aveJ Acolytes: Meeting Monday, April ester freshmen are eligible.
ed, Sociology 257, Child's Guidance 27, at 7:30 p. in., in 202 S. W. Dr. Hlowardnld.
ob- (Nathaniel Hirsch) : The regular
g a meeting of this class on Tuesday
afternoon at 3 o'clock will be held_____________
in room 2013 Angell hall instead 0 ________________________
.E in the Library. u et
C'Shdt TT m1 shke-upl bluebook: g

-n vanroomII, J.YLJI.Lay,, tp±I 1 z , 2al; ojp.
mn. Wear drill shoes. P. D). Gordon.
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Jackie Copper
r Mitzi Green
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in
Percy Crosby's
Youth. Festival
You don't know life 'til you know
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in love and out, on the screen.
(.;crown-ups and growing-.ups fall
in love with him all over again!
ALSO
RADIO SALUTE
CARTOON-NEWS
WEDNESDAY
"Girls Demand
Excitement"

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VEAL CUTLET WITH HASHED
BROWN POTATOES, CARROTS
COFFEE OR MILK
30Oc
5:30 TO 7:30
SPECIAL FIFTY CENT DINNER
FRIED CHICKEN, HOT BISCUITS
MASHED POTATOES
GIBLET GRAVY
VEGETABLE SALAD
%SPECIAL THIRTY-FIVE DINNER
ROAST SIRLOIN OF BEEF
MUSHROOM SAUCE
ROAST LOIN OF PORK
APPLE SAUCE
LEG OF LAMB MIN'T JELLY
MASHED POTATOES
VEGETABLE SALAD
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the strangest passion the world has ever known-comes to prey on his living
victims.

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.13wAn Industry's Program
That Made Fr nt- ~age News
Cloth rolling off the looms:.. thousands of yards. ; mil-
lions of yards ... pouring into an already glutted market.
Women and children working through the long night hours
to produce more goods where less was needed.

Hsere I am again
telling you the
best in food news
in town " ., . .
The Parrot has
always made it,
a policy to-buy
the choicest
foods . ." .."
it is possible for
a restnurant to
buy cheaper meats
--but the Parrot
has ref rain~ed
from this P :licy,
receiving their
sacxsfa.ction in
the complimentary
remarks of their
customers,. . *
When you1 have
a meat order
here, you. can
rest assured that
it is mneat selected
,as. you would
select it your-
self .* . . s
Sh ese spring
Lvenings "you will
find it easier to
study if you have
some refresh-
mnents * . . . . ,.
Call the Parot..
Prompt evening
delivery . .. . .
Ar Campus
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Business men, industrialists and engi
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the McGraw-ll Publications. Mor
than 3,000,000) use McGraw-Hill hook
and, magazines in their business.
The Business Week Radio Retailinr
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' From competitive chaos in the textile industry order and
straight thinking have suddenly emerged. Through The
Cotton-Textile Institute, an agency of the industry's own
creation, the end of night work for women and minors has
been decreed.
This single step projects on the horizon the following bene-
fits: (1) Full time for the day worker instead of part time for
him and the night worker; (2) more orderly, production;
I- (3) better working conditions; (4) more profitable opera-
ad tiop; (5)° better returns for mill and worker.
ar
ks No wonder textile markets are stronger! No wonder the
textile industry is raising its head and its good news is
ngmaking the front pages!
CS Underneath all this new progress there will be found, as-
g usual, a McGraw-Hill publication. Textile World long ago
at urged the abolition of night work for women and minors as
gat one step in a program to restore prosperity to textile mills
id and employees. It has labored side by side with the industry
al for the achievement of that program.

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