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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CR1URCHES PLNNED
FOR MOTHER' AY
Special Observance Arranged. by
Most Ministers; Marley Will
Tell of Jane Addams.
BRUMM TO GIVE TALK
Dr. Harrison Will Describe His
Life Among Arabs; Heaps'
Topic Is Influence.'

ROOSEVELT SAILS FROM NEW YORK
TO VISIT HIS MOTHER, ILL IN PARIS_

i Tuesday at 8 p. m., in room 3201
raily Official Bulletin A. '. Professor Grove of Michigan
State College will discuss "Recent

(Continued from Page 8)
Economics 172: The examination
rooms for Monday, May 11, 1 p. m.:
A to H inclusive, 1025 A. H.; I to Z
inclusive, N. S. auditorium.
American Pharmaceutical Asso-
ciation: The annual joint meeting
of the Detroit Branch of the Amer-
ican Pharmaceutical Association
with the College of Pharmacy will
be held Tuesday evening, May 12.
Students and all others inter-
ested are invited to attend. The
address at 7:30 in room 163 Chem-
istry and Pharmacy building will
1 be given by Dr. Nathan Sinai who
will speak on "The Cost of Medical
Care."
Reservations for dinner at 6:15 in
Michigan League building should
be made by calling the office of the
College of Pharmacy (phone 426)
not later thanTuesday noon.
C. C .Glover, secretary.
Economics Ciub: The Club will
meet Monday, May 11, at 7:45 in
room 302 of the Union. Dr. Timo-
shenko wil talk on "Present Eco-
nomic Problems of Russia."
Mathematical Club: Meeting on

Almost without exception, Ann
ALibo's churches will this morning
pay homage to "mother," in con-
junction with the annual Mother's
day services thoughout the country.
At the First Methodist Episcopal
church, Dr. Frederick B. Fisher
will have as the topic for his ser-]
mon, "Mother." At the evening'
services, Dr. Paul Harrison, of Ara-
bia, will describe some of his ex-
periences among the Arabs.
Marley Plans New Series.
Inaugurating a new series of
sermons'on practical religion, Rev.
I. P. Marley, of the Unitarian
church, will begin with a Mother's
Day sermon called "Jane Addams-
Mother to the Slums." He will point
out the qualities possessed by Miss
Addams which have won for her
such a title and which have made
her Hull house experiment in Chi-
cago famous throughout the world.
Reference will also be made to her
recent award of $5,000 at Bryn.
Mawr college "in recognition of
eminent achievement."
Other sermons of this group will
include "Tammany-and the New
York Clei gy," "Socialism - and
Christianity," and "Soldiers, Chap-
lains, and the Church," the last ofI
which will be given as a Decoration
day sermon.
Dr. Harrison will be the speakerj
at the Mother's day services at the
First Presbyterian church this

developments in the general theory
of nets of curves." All who wish to
come will be made welcome.
Adelphi: The annual banquet
of the Adelphi House of Represent-
atives will be held at 6:15 Tuesday
night, May 12, at the Women's
League building. Prof. Carter H.
Goodrich, of the Economics depart-
ment, will be the speaker. All reser-
vations must be in by Monday night.
Telephone Gilbert Smith, 8565, or
Victor Rabinowitz, 7153.
Athena: The initiation service
will take place Monday evening at
8 o'clock in the Michigan League
building. See the bulletin board.
there for the exact room. All mem-
ber must be present at this cere-
mony.1
Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma:
Ceremonies of initiation will be per-
formed next Tuesday afternoon at
four o'clock in the Alpha Nu room.
All pledges must report for initia-
tion at this time. Members who
wish to witness the ceremony may
attend. The Banquet will be held
in room 222 of the Michigan Union
at 6:15 p. m., on Tuesday evening;
it will start promptly. Professor R.
D. T. Hollister of the Department of
Speech, a former President of the
society, will deliver the principal
address. Short talks will also be
given by three other past Presi-
dents: Albert Donahue, Le Roy Sel-
meier, and National President Lyle
Eiserman. All members on campus,
both student, faculty and alumni,
are cordially invited to attend.

Reservations at $1.25 may be se-
cured by calilng James Shelton,
telephone 6674. Reservations will be
closed promptly at six o'clock on
Monday evening; ati.er that time;
none will be available. Members are!
advised to make their reservations1
as soon as possible.,
i, -
Oratorical Association: Amend-
ments to the constitution of the
Oratorical Association will be voted
on at a general meeting Friday,
May 15, at 4:15 p. m.. :n the Speech
Seminar roon. Copies of the pro-
posed amendments may be secured
at the Speech Departm,:ent office.j
The Tatterman Marionettes will
appear at the Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre Tuesday, May 12. matinee
and evening. They will present 'The
Glowing Bird,' and, in the evening,
'Stringing Broadway' the first mu-
sical revue ever to be produced with
puppets in this country. Seats at
the box office.
Freshman Pageant Women: On
Monday, the Primitive Group will
meet at 4:15, the Impressionistic at
4:45, the Priestess at 5:15, Waltz
at 4:15 and the Gavotte at 4:45.
International Good - Will Day:
1Ia 1 %7e ened triLute
SUNDAY, MAY 10
Place your order now:
avoid disappointment.
Michigan Flower
Growers,. Inc.
1021 Maiden Lane
Phone 2--1715

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Friends of peace are arranging
Vegetarian Supper Monday, May
at 6 p. m., in Russian Tearoom
the Michigan League bldg. Ra
Heller, C. Orr, '32, and F. Layt
'33, will give brief talks on "Wh
is Killing Murder." Tickets @
cents can be obtained at Wa-
bookstore (State street).

The Parrot

Gov. Franklin D. Roosevelt, of New York, is shown in his stateroom
aboard the Aquitania as he sailed from New York to visit his mother,
Mrs. James Roosevelt, who is ill in a Paris hospital.
Open House at Engineering School Terminates
After Inspection by More Than 30,000 People

Open House in the engineering
college closed at 12:30 o'clock yes-
terday after an estimated crowd of
over 30,000 visitors from all parts
of the state and from many neigh-
boring states had witnessed the
various displays.
This season's exhibit, by far the
most popular one ever held in the
college, featured displays in all de-
partments. Automotive m o d e 1s
were displayed through the cour-
tesy of manufacturers; experiments
were conducted by laboratory in-

morning and will also address the structors; and students acted as
meeting of the students in the eve- hosts in guiding the visitors about
Ining. the buildings.
A t tlh e F i r s t Congregational Visiting children stood watching
church this morning, Reev. Allison model ships, planes, and bridges,
Ray Heaps will speak on "The In- while older spectators showed like
vestment of Influence." At the stu- interest in electrical experiments,
dent meeting in the evening, Prof. photographic phenomena, and lab-
John L. Brumm, of the department oratory tests of varied nature.
of journalism, will discuss "Self- Numerous fathers and mothers,
Expression."_______---_________
Rev. R. Edward Sayles, of the_
First Baptist church, will speak this A R CH ITECT':
monn n"ohr fMn"while the regular Sunday services WHATMANS PAPERS--
will be held at St. Andrew's Episco-
pal church. PASTELS-C
at rzight.,
Rev. Henry Lewis will have as WATER COLORS-D
his topic for the sermon at St. An-
drew's Episcopal church, "Intuition
in Religion." >~ 1i
Dice to Read Paper
at Zoology Meeting
Dr. Lee R. Dice, curator of mam _111_South Un
Inajs in the University Museum of
Zoology, will l.eave today for Phil--
acdelphia, it wvas announced yester-
day. He plans to deliver a paper on
"Variation in Two Sub-Species of FOR*TH
Deer-Mice" before the annual meet-
ing there of the American Society
of Marnmalogists.
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attending the Spring homecoming
program, were guests of the engi-
neering college at the Open House
program, which opened Friday
morning and continued until Sat-
urday noon.
IcWhat's Going on
THEATRES
Michigan-Norma Shearer and
Robert Montgomery in "Strangers
May Kiss."
Ma j e s ti c-Nancy Carroll and.
Phillips Holmes in "Stolen Heaven."
Wuer th- George O'Brien a n d
Louse Hunnington in "Fair Warn-
ing."
GENERAL
CONCERT--Varsity Glee club,
4:15' o'clock in Hill auditorium.
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EDUCATION CLASS
TO GIVE REPORTS
Directed Teaching Students Will
Discuss Field Work.
Students who have been doing
directed teaching in various schools
as a portion of a correlated course
in education will report on their
experiences during the period de-
voted to field work at a session of
the class from 9 until 12 o'clock
tomorrow morning, in room 25,
University High school.
The course, which is still in the
experimental stage, had its incep-
tion last semester, according to
Prof. Raleigh Schorling, of the
School of Education. Twenty stu-
dents have engaged in the course
this term. In addition to the di-
rected teaching project, a good
deal of work was done on the cam-
pus, the students having the use
of a special room for their labora-
tory in which to carry on their
work.
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Our Weekly Financial
Letter Contains
Analysis of
Diamond Match
Hershey
Copy on request
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Festival
Hill Auditorium, May 13, 14, 15,
16.
Tickets (6 concerts) $6.00, $7.0,
$8.00.
FIRST CONCERT, Lily Pons, So-
prano; Chicago Symphony Or-
chestra, Frederick Stock, Conduc-
tor, Wednesday Evenin,&.
SECOND CONCERT, "St. Francis
of Assisi" by Pierne. Kilda Burke,
Soprano;Eleanor Reynolds, Contral.
to; Frederick Jagel, Tenor; Nel.
son Eddy, Baritone; Fred Patton,
Bass; The Chicago Symphony Or-
chestra; The, University Choral
Union, Earl V. Moore, Conductor,
Thu~rsday Evening.
THIRD CONCERT, "Old Johnny
Appleseed" by Gaul. .Hilda Burke,
Soprano; Eleanor Reynolds, Con'
tralto; Palmer Christian, Organ-
ist, Orchestral accompaniment;
Children'n Festival Chorus; Eric
Delamarter and Juva Higbee,
Conductors, Friday afternoon.
FOURTH CONCERT, Ignace
Jan Paderewski, Pianist; Chicago
Symphony Orchestra, Frederick
Stock, Conductor, Friday Evening.
FIFTH CONCERT, Ruth Breton,
Violinist; Chicago Symphony Or-
chestra, Frederick Stock, Conduc-
tor, Saturday afternoon.
SIXTH CONCERT, "Boris Go-
dunof" in English by Mussorgsky.
Cyrcna Van Gordon, Contralto;
Walter Widop, Tenor; Nelson
Eddy, Baritone; Chase Baromeo,
Baritone; Fred Patton, Bass; Chi-
cago Symphony Orchestra; The.
University Choal Union, Earl V.
Moore, Conductor, Saturday Eve-

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