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?AGE TWO

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SUNDAY. NV ? 319)30

N NI T EIETATIO0N
J. P. Gavit Describes Lecturer as'
Only Westerner Really
to Know Country.
IS FRIEND OF GHANDI
HasAo Studied Race Problem
in Slouth Africa, China
arnd Australia.

life sketching, Tuesday, November to 3 Monday and Tuesday after- Choral Union Usher: Report at,
D iyOfcaBultn 25, 3 p.m., fourth floor Architectural noons to be measured. Hill Auditorium heore 7:30 P.M. FRATERNITY JEWELRY PARTY FAVORS
building. M. Valerio, critic. All per- for conettMoids' Novem ber 24. I
(Cot cued from Page 8J sans interested in sketching are Adelphi House of Representative,'D A I'T NALIV Q I~
th ujc,"h hinCii, welcome. will devote its open meeting Tues- i ARC~.aicSe-Fl~~ ADEL NEW ELL\ i1J
Theoscopl, he Beginneris'sclass-aay at 7:30 to a Varsity debate pro- ~ ~ WIW' lbAD O'~~FRS
Interpretat ion," on Monday, No-1To iooh eines ca tg ani. The sbe fdebate xwi b t.il omeet U, ndayI eeiga s 7:b 4 CARL F. BAY
j vmbr 4,at 4:15 p.m., Natural 7:30 p .m. Monday, in the Michigan uncnmpoymet i sranee. Visitors! ch, ;iLC ThvCe. JEWELER A D CiTMTRS
League. SbjeceL or discussion, Re- are cordiaelly invited. l iscedtaeSc-Ncl Aje
Scienice AuXdi oriun. under the au, , l -tnfLsti__,i_$Y~tn, lb
pices of the Cosmopolitan Club. Iota Sigmia Pi meeting Tuesay ^ l-eet---^M . Cr- ert_-
-- iStudents Interested ini Current at 7:15 in the League Building. All onTusay-ovn e 2.a-
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra! Literature: The Lane Hall LendingI members are urged to be present. p.m., att++eoC rr va'sy ie i
under the baton of Ossip Gabrilo- Lbrary will be open for your in- hG Alnh* Pcn P. mpptini ~tGustesen wl saisIII

V1 WIU Cl± CUIMULL'1 Will i 1ve ne J LU U '.J1 vJim.tcy, ±AJv ~mLaer G4
fifth program in the Choral Union The library contains choice selec-j
Concert Series, Mo)nday night, No- tions in the various fields of convme 4 nhl uioimatItrw a eu ieaue

Tuesday, November 25, at 7:30 p.m.,
room 3201 East Engineering build-
inig. Dr. T. L. Purdom and Professor
n. S. hec l will add ess the

iV~r. acartW udntAs in Eng-
:ish :L metMeds, o-venberi
2,at 7:61- p.m.-i un 25Agl
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Lecure. "Eidnc.5es fChristanrome lson

in the Private Letters," by Proles- Fl ra .y1s~Ait ~, .iVl tU~ 1~ I ,n
C. F. Andrews, whom J. P. Gavit, sor J. G. Winter, Tuesday, Novem- Iwon
in an article in "Survey Graphic" ber 25, at 4:15 p.m., Room L', Alum- beg:
described as "one of the few west-k ni Memorial tIfall. Isix1
obta
erners who u: d rstands Gandhi," Spcecial S&uden~t Councill Iecling G yr
will speak at 4:15 o'clock Monday 'Monday, November 24, at 7:311 p..
in the Natural Science auditorium A
on "The Indian Crisis; An Inter- School of Edtucatioan, Com -ixittee clas'
pretation.°, The lecture is spon- on Certificates: A meeting of the, 4
soredl by t')c Cosmopolitan club. Committee is hereby called 'or
An intimate acquaintance over a Monday, November 24,1 at 1:15,
long period of time with Gandhi,, o'clock sharp in my office, Room
Tagore, ,an}c th{= other leaders of 11439 University Elementary School.
Indian though. he-Ive n Andrews c. u.Davis.
a background U-.that thorc tgliy qual-
i fies himt as an uii ;i ; r . ulbiased~ Football Class Edu. 14a: Will
expert on the who : lh<.alt !X of the! meet Monday, Nov. 24, 8:30 am. in
relation of TInii 0 to astBritain, !Waterman Gymnasium, 1"Roon 20.
stated Gavit.
L1l lC _ :aiir Studio Art Club: Studio class in 314
Andrewvs is kn:own in the United ------- --___-______
States as the author of "The In---
dian Prob em, Mahatma Gandhi'sI S DEN
Ideas" and as thie (,litor of the re- .°' SLRVICEI
cently pu blishe,,j autobiography of G n h .Fi f r c ea
tilons a e 1een carried on in all
part.-ofl' ndia , in fsouth Africay
British G lana, Australia, a nd
China. His posit ion in relation to
the present Indian movement for N!W
independence has b^;en2sympaihet- In
ic. and markecdliberal.
Hris longl and: intimate friendship
with Gandhi andTa 7.;ore, as well as U
his'life-time s tudy of Indian affairs,'
enables him to spcea k with special - - - -
authority; on the problems facing - ---
England , id In ia at this moment.,4 , i
Born anM educ ated in England, ~
Andr e v.'lUh isunderstandino
f4r the Lde ae is an rcucellent I
examplle o C f' ._? whohas risen ,"
above Uhis ornnainaitaccord-_
ing to Ga vi l. He is to a consider-
able ex;tent the re s aslon1 viny teTn 1 _e
dean peeopie 1o:av1wG sev resoect"
an d iah -.g for t e lBritish th at t eyd .,, - '
Ar cdYcee l e..Ie l d n India for1I.
a -1,yd bats andsbwsidesywriting i
mTan"Lse':c e"qtr tailes on the Io
subject of o:ishc, is, anewspaper R.13-1

'ysical Education Club Spon-
ing Social Danc:Qing: A beginners
Ss in social dancing for men and
nien will be conducted by the
,an'u Physical Education Club
inning Tuesday, November 26,
lessons for $3.' Tickets may be,
wined in Office 15, Barbour
nnasium.
ill 3 inker Engineers desiring
ss ,jackets please come to RoomI
West Engineering Bldg. from 1
PENS
1)1N'CI LS
All makes and all prices
A Rcd Arrow Place
0. D. MORRILL
Southi State ___ Phone 66151
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"Why Religilon?" at the weekly serv-
ices to be held at 11:15 today in the
chapel of the League . Th^ newly
formed l-lillel choral group will sing
at the services*.
.The svicond of a series of the 1111-
lel faculty frm to be held at
7:30 tonight 1n the foundation will
feature Dr. AJo i !.I.Muyskens of
the linguistics department. is sub-
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