THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Da ily Oficial Bulletin
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of a Christian," and "Christianity
CS from the Point of View of a Theo-
sophist," respectively at a meeting
for in Natural Science Auditorium at
ries 3:30 p.m. No admission charge.
So_ Collection. All interested are wel-
ny Senora de Aldag will lecture thisl
evening on "Theosophy, the Search
for for the God Within and the God
on Without" at 7:30 p.m., in the Lea-
be gue. All interested are welcome.
ext COMING EVENTS
rial German Recital: March 9, 4:1.5
As p.m., Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre
ers (admission free), by Max Montor,
the well-known German actor. Passages
>is- from both parts of Faust will be,
ate. Tan Beta Pi dinner meeting, on
er- Tuesday, March 8, at 6:15 p.m., in
md the Union. Elections will follow the
the Interfraternity Council meets on
es" March 9, at 7:30 p.m., in Room 305,
Michigan Union. One of the most
important meetings of the year.
House Presidents please attend.
Judiciary Committee of the Inter-
fraternity Council meeting Tues-
day, March 8, at 7:30 p.m., in Room
Freshman Pageant Committee:
The Executive Committee of the
Freshman Pageant will meet at the
League building at 5 p.m., Monday,
Comedy Club: Meeting Tuesday,
at 4:15, in the League Garden
Room. Important tryouts date and
Spring show to be discussed.
"Can We Dispense With Mar-
riage?" will be the subject of a lec-
ture given by Senora de Aldag at
4:15 p.m., in the Natural Science
Auditorium on Monday, March 7.
All those interested are welcome.
Woman's Research Club: Regular
meeting postponed from Monday,
March 7, to Monday, March 14.
Faculty Women's Club: The Mon-
day Evening Drama Section meet-
ing which was to be held March 7,
is postponed until March 14.
War Resisters' International: All
conscientious objectors and those
in, sympathy with their attitude
are invited to a meeting of the
War Resisters' League on Friday,
March 11 at 7:30 p.m., in Lane Hall
Auditorium. A brief talk on the
History of the War Resisters Inter-
national will be followed by a gen-
eral discussion of policies.
WHY BE LEFT WAVING ON
ON THE PIER?
Go with College Travel Club to
Europe, Orient, or Around the
World. 250 tours. $7.50 per day.
Write for rotogravure booklet.
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INTRODUCING MUSICAL HITS FROM "ROBIN HOOD"
In recognition of the forthcoming production of DeKoven's "Robin Hood," the
management of the Michigan takes pleasure in announcing that Bob Howland at the grand
console of the Michigan organ will play "0 Promise Me," a number from the opera at
-- SPECIAL NIGHTS.--.-
MONDAY, March 7 - SPOOK
NIGHT! At the first evening per-
formance J3LACKSTONE will
make his daring expose of fake
mediums showing how they ac-
complish "manifestations" of sup-
14F MYSTE R TABlE
GUEST NIGHT POSTPONE~D U NTIL. PRIfA-4
ON THE SCREEN-
What A Cast!
What A Picture
Three lnatics for the price
WIL-OGRin-LVtUNG.AS YOU FEEL
WILL ROGERS in "YOUNG AS YOU FEEL"
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Hear .. .
ALAN-A-DALE Sing "Oh Promise Me" LITTLE JOHN'S
"Brown October Ale."
"The Armorer's Song" And "Jet
Black Crow" BY THE RICH BASS OF WILL SCARLET.
Tinker's Chorus" THE COMIC NUMBERS OF THE
S I E RIFF, GUY, AND FRIAR TUCK.
ONE OF THE GAYEST OF
BOX OFFICE OPENS
TUESDAY MARCH 8