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THE MICHIGAN DAILYWEN

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"THE VILLAGE SPECIALIST"
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ON FgM OUS R1H
Co-Holder of Endurance Title
to Lecture Here T'' m;rsday
I f c L oxFrederick Brossy, co-pilot, of the
airplane which c,.tablishedc a necw
wol ark for .sustahed flig; t
-wthout ref ueling-,l-ast YIar,)waitll
spa concerning aeronautic,. a
12 P. M. Thursday, Dec. 10i, in Na-
tural Science auditoriun. .
Efs s being brought here un-
der thne auspices of the Ae ronau .ti-
ca~l Society of the schoc4 of gi
nerig With himi on tho endur-
ance test was Pilot Walter Lees, en-
gtieer and test flyer of the Pack-
~ard Mdotor company, and tbe re cord
they etalshed which b~r-ought thc
mark back to United St ates 'irom~
F~rance is appix~x mate ,y $6 hours.
Brossy's talk will be ilJlu.,trated
by7 movies taken at the SGcene of the
ir nuance tests and showing in-
cidets in preparation for and dur -
ing the flight. The suce'essful flight
was mae only after two less for-
tuaeatemi-pts and these trips
are also pihotographed.
The lecture is !open to students
and faculty members who are in-
terested. On the program with
Brsyis C. R. Parker of the Wayne
County Airport, who will discuss
the organization of a flying divi-
.lo of the Aeronautical Society,
wit trining of students by actual
husin the air.
At th~e conclusion of the program
membership appicatio~n card; will
be distributed to the students wish-
ing to become connected with the
socety. A report of the Activities
of the OGlde lub will also be given.
The meeting was planned by the
offcers of the society who are:
Pres. Howard R. Boys, '22; Vice-
pre. HarodIm. Emmons, '3; Treas.
,Ho n . Kaapp, '32F; S&cy. Don-

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tic Club, to be addressed by F. A.
Magee of Chicago on "The FAM
System in Industry." Tech bnical ses-
sion at8 1p. in., preceded by dinner
at 6:30. All interested arec welcome.
Animcrhan Irstifute of Gci
Enagineercn; (Student JBranuhl) will
mciet with Iota Alpha on Thurs-
day.,, Dec,. 10, at 7:30 p. mn., in 3201
Ea ngineer ng bldg. All chemical
engineering students are invited to
att endl. 'The speakers -of the eveningI
will be Prof essor A. E. White, Direc-
ttLr of the Department of Engineer-I
ing, Researci, who will talk on some'
phla c of Industrial Eesearch and
Profess;or R. 11. Sherlock who will
spea k on Depicting the Structure
of Wind Gusts. All graduate' stu-
denits interested in Iota Alpha are
invited to be Present.
tcroniautical Society; _Friederic A.
Bro;sesy and Adolf Widmann of the
Packard Miator Car Company will
present a film of the recent Iendur-
ance flight at Jacksonville, Fla.,
and speak, on the Diesel Engine, in
Natural Science -auditrium, Thurs-
clay evening, at 7:30. *Mmnbership
Cards will be available following
the meeting.
Glider Club: Meeting of the club
members following the Aero'Society
meeting. Room to be announced
Thursday evening.
All Women Interested in.Educa-
t ion are invited to attend a meeting
in the Librar 'y of the Elementary
School at 7:U0 p. in., Thursday, Dec.
10. Miss Ethel Hedrick will talk and
there will be a discussion after-
wards of magazines that have a
professional interest for ,the women
who are interested in education.
Le Cercle Francais will meet on
Thursday, ]Dec. 20, at 7:30 in Room
408 R. L. Program, refreshments.

League. Important business will be
discussed and it, is obligatory that-
all dues be paidl. TUnles;s excused, all
old and new mxembers must be pre-'
sent.
HMieMdical Cass: The class on
"J,_-w1s and TMedicine during the
! 3, conducted by Drs. Isaac,, and
Friod-ood, will meet at the Hillel
Foundation, Thursday, at 7:30 p. m.
Open to all interested.
Jewi h IStudeta s: The tea and in-
formal social to bie held at the
Foundation Txhur~sday, Dec. 10, 3:30
to 5 p).in., will be under the sp.on-
sorship of Alpaha Eps)ilon Phai Boror-
ity, who willf act as hostesses. You
are -cordially invited.
jj MasOicX St. ,denrts: Dress rehear-
sal Thurs,.day at 7: 30 p. a, n the
Mas cnic Temaple. M . M. Degree will
be conferr~ed by" Craftsmen Satur-
jday, Deco. 12, at 7:30 p. in. A full
attendance at both meetings is re-E
quested.
Wesley Jial: Wesley Founidation
is holding an Interna Ac 'aaiChrist-
mas Party Friday at 8 p. in. Every-
one welcome.
Faculty Women's Club : The De-
cember meeting will be a formal
dancing and card party at the Mich-
igan League Thursday evening,
Dec. 10, from 9 until 12. Members
are invited to bring their hausbands
or -escorts. An oppor:tunity will be
given those who wiSh to pay their
annual dues at this time.
Hurrey to Give Talk
at Lan je Hall Tonight

TOMORROW
"6THE BELOVD BACHELOR,"
WITH

PAUL LUKAS AND

DOROTHAY

JO)RDAN

NOTICE

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and dessert..Three v(
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$4.75 for two meals pee
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phonle 5150.
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E. Ann, 514 E. William.
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Huron at M-ain Street

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Charles D: Hurrey, secretary of Brussles rug, 9x12, over
the national committee on friendlyl Phone 23843.
relations among foreign students, - ---~
will speak at Lane Hal1l auiditorium REPOSSESSED CARS-B'
at 71:15 this evening. All foreign finance company for
students on campus are urged to be due. 311 W. Huron. Pih
present.

'or ley Will Discuss
Trans port Inventions

Origins of modern transportation
ventions will be discussed by
rof. John S. Worley of the engi-
eering depaftrnent, at a meeting
Fth~e Transportat'ion club' tonight
lthe East Engineering building.
As curator of the transportation
bnMry, Professor Worley has done
xch reearch work which -has
ought to light many prototypes
modern inventions. He described
me of these in a -recent article
1 the Detroit News, mentioning,
nnother things, a submarine
1624 that actually worked.
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THIRILLING- CHfR-LJNG;

I Pi Lambda Theta: Short business
rmeeting, Thursday evening, at 7:15,
in the Library of the Elementary
' School. Please be prompt as this
is to be followed by a meeting open
to all women interested in Educa-
tion.
Phi Delta Kappa: Business meet-
ing at the Union Thursday at 7
p. m. The topic for discussion will
be issues which will be raised at
the National' council meeting in
Chicago this month. Both student
and faculty members are urged to
be present.
Pegasus -will hold its last business
and social meceting of thbe semester
at 7 o'clock Thursday night in the
MAJESTIC SAT.
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MICHLGANENIS7A<N NOTICE
The last can)pus' sal of the
1932 Mict~ganensian will be held
today, tomorrow and Friday -on
campus, Harry R. Beni amirf, '32,
bousiness manager of the publi-
c a t i o n, announced yesterday.
Four dollars will be the price for
the yearbook.

FOR.-SALE-A $60diamond
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