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THE

MICHIGAN

DAILY

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L-B~N
LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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lication in the Bulietin is constructive notice to all members
he Uhive rsity. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to
President until 3:31; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
,. XLII. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1932 No. 125

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NOTICES

EVENTS TODAY
Mathematical Tea in Room 3201 Angell Hall at 4 o'clock.
Scabbard and Blade: Meeting 7:15 p.m., at Michigan Union. Please
bring $2.00 dues. Rushing and Military Ball to be discussed.
Landscape Club: Meeting tonight at the Bourquins', Geddes Road,
with travel movies of Europe. Meet at 7:4S ip Angell Hall Parking Space
for transportation out.
Varsity Band: Rehearsal tonight at 7:15 in Morris Hall.
The Freshman Pageant Rehearsal Schedule for today: 1:30 Renais-
sance, S.C. Angell Hall; 2:00 Primitive, S.C. Angell Hall: 3:00 Classical
Gavotte, S.C. Angell Hall; 3:30 Greek Priestess, S.C. Angell Hall; 4:001
Greek Athletes Barbour gym; 4:00 Modern, S.C. Angell Hall; 4:30 Ro-
mantic Straus Waltz, S.C. Angell Hall; 4:30 Ballet, Basement, Barbour
gym. Come ready for work. Please be prompt.
S.C. Angell Hall is Sarah Caswell 'Angell Hall, located on second floor
of Barbotir gymnasium.j
All Campus Pre-taster Meptings: 12:30-1 at the Congregational
Church. Rev. A. J. MacKenzie of the Brewster Pilgrim Congregational

'University Lectures in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre: The Board of
Governprs of the Michigan League building have fixed a charge of$5
for the use of the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre for University or depart-
mental lectures and other events of a similar nature. This charge is to
cover the cost of janitor service. Under these circumstances, those who
announce such lectures in the Lydia Mendelssohn 'Theatre should be
prepared to take care of this fee eitller out of departmental funds, the
,Non-Resident Lecture fund, or from other sources. If University funds!
are to be used for this purpose, suca use should be covered by requsition
in advance, the same as all other proposed expenditures.
Shirley W. Smith.
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information:
The Bureau has received notice of the following vacancies: Associate
Dairy Husbandman, $3,200-$3,800 a year (3 yrs. experience in-research);
Instructor in electricity, Correctional school for boys, California. Institu-
tion Hog Ranch Operator, California (experience in farming ant some
knowledge of animal husbandry.)
Students,.College of Engineering: Saturday, Marh 26, 1932, will be
the final day for dropping a course without record. Courses may be
dropped only with the permission of the classifier after conference with
he instructor in the course. .however, in special cases, for good and
valid reasons, permission to drop a course may be given after this date.
Veomen's Athletic Association: An important open meeting of all
members will be held at 4:30 o'clock today at the Palmer Field House.

MODISH SHOES PROVE ESSENTIAL
COMPLEMENT TO SPRING COSTUME
Rcptile Proves to Be Favored or gold or silver piping are a big
Material for Street item ja-the new fashions being
shown for spring. It seems that
Footwear. fabrics are growing in importance
Spn ow f cmfor Easter, and the rest of the
Spring footwear for campus use, Spring season.
as displayed by the shoe m'anufac- Marcelle cloth is featured trim-
turers, is especially attractive. The med with patent leather. Another
favored shoe for sport wear is the material that is receiving much at-
Ghillie, ur the three eyelet tie ox-;tnini aoa neee m
ford, which will be shown in both'
brown and black. This shoe may1
be worn with the tie around they
ankle, or in the ordinary oxford
fashion.
Other shoes for street wear will
be of brown and black reptile which
will be very good until the summerf
season. The noticeable factor in
broidered cloth. Grosgrain ribbon
used in footwear is a fashionable
notion featured by some Parisianj
manufactures.
For formal wear the ensemble
styles have given way to the con-
trast. Shoes are no longer dyed toI
the new spring styles is the low match the dress, but are shown in
heel. The boulevard, or high cub- a contrasting shade to the desired
an and the junior Louis will be the color of the frock. Two types of
most popular. , evening shoes are especially featur-
Repoits from the east are to the ed. The pumps are built up, instead'
effect that fewer pumps will be ct being law or cut out
~hr'wn for street wear thp npdnm -___

BL[UEPREDOMINANT
COLOR FOR SPRING
Styles to Feature- Bright Hues;
Beige and Reds Also
Among Favorites.
Colors, many and bright, are the
keynote to this spring's styles. Blue
leads, with beige and coppery reds
among the prime favorites.
"Navy blue's importance is evi-
denced by its appearance in all col-
lections at the recent Paris styli
show, and it promises to be the
leading shade for .pring;" writes
Helen Koues, director of fashions
for Good Housekeeping.
The silhouettes for the new after-
noon gowns are much the sam'
slim waists, straight skirts, wide
shoulderscreated by capes,nscarfs,
and revers. Formality is hinted by
sleeves wide at the elbows, flared
skirts, and diagonal yokes.
Lanvin displays among their fpv-
orites a blue marocain for formal
afternoon. It features a cowl neck
and a spangled jacket.
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Church of Detroit.

Organist, Elinor Wortley.

Harris hall: Holy Communion at 8 a.m. Mid-week student leaten
service at 12:15 in the Chapel. Communion at 8 a.m., Thursday in the
Chapel.
St. 4ndrew's Church: Holy Communion in the church at 10 a.m.
Meditation kt 4:15 p.m.
Wesley Hall: Usual Fireside hour discussion group at 4 p.m.
Michigan Socialist Club: Mr. Riseman, a practicing attorney of De-
troit, will discuss "Is It Safe to Work," a study of the Michigan Work-
men's Compensation act, 7:30 p.m., Room 3,02 of the Michigan Union.
This will especially interest students of'labor sociology and legislation.
Michigan Dames interested in going through the University Museum
meet Mrs. Huntington in front of the Museum at 3 p.m.
COMING EVENTS
Sigma Xi: Meeting Thursday, March 24, at 7:30 p.m., in Room 2082
Natural Science building. The Department of Botany and the School
of Forestry and Conservation will be +hosts to the chapter. Professor
Bartlett and Dean Dana will speak and researches will be inpected.
Refreshnents.
Mr. Ffank Burton, former Commissioner of Buildings and Public
Safety, in Detroit, will give his second lecture on Thursday, March 24,
at 4:10 p.m., in the auditorium of the Architectural building. His subject
will be "The City Building Code." The public is cordially invited.

The Taming of The Shrew: Patrons are
extra tickets for this evening's performance.
the extra performance on Thursday evening
Play Production office. If

urged to return at once
A few more tickets for
are still available at the

mating shoe being the tie.
Stylists-" say that white in foot-
wear will be the big item. Plain
white rather than white with any
trim is approved and is expected to
receive much attention. This shoe
is to be shown much earlier in the
season than ever before.
In other shoes much attention is
being paid to patterns. The sandal
theme is being shown everywhere,
both in trimmed and untrimmed
models.
Evening slippers of white fabric
trimined with scarlet or green trim,

Glee Clubs: There will be no party given tonight for the two glee
clubs,, and Robin Hood cast, as had previously been planned. The girls
will have their regular meeting, and those'who )ordered pins will please
bring their two doqllars'tonight at 7:30.
'University Oratoricl Contest: The first elimination contest will be
held Monday, Apri l 4, at 7 p.m., in Room 4003 Angell Hall. Entries for
the contest will be received in Room 3211 Angell Hall until Friday.
P hi Eta Sigma-Freshman Scholastic Fraternity: A scholastic aver-
age equal to that of half A and half B out of a minimum of fifteen hours
entitles one to membership. This means an average of 2.50 in the Liter-
ary College and of 3.50 in the Engineering School, Any Freshman who
has fulfilled the above requirement and who has not been so inforned
by the secretary should call at the Dean of Students office and have his
record checked today.
Senior Literary Students: Dues will be collected in the lobby of
Angell Hall today. 1
Senior Women: Do not neglect to get your Senior collars, today, to-
mori'ow, or Friday in the League Ballroom petween 3 and 5.
Senir Women: Caps and goivns are on sale in the League Ballroom
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon from 3 to 5. It is essential'
that all be supplied with caps and gowns for the Senior banquet and the
play next Monday.
Frosh )Frolic Favors musts be called for by Saturday noon or they will
be forfeited. They may be obtained' at Balfour's, 1103 S. University Ave.
AC)DEMIC NOTIES
English G, Report Writing--Engineering College (J. R. Nelson), will
not 'meet until Thursday, March 24.
English 218--Renaissance Rhetoric and Poetic (Prof. N. E. Nelson)
will meet today, 2-4, in my ,office.
Geology 31: Bluebook Friday, March 25.
Geology II: The make-up bluebook will be given today at 4 o'clock,
in Rooi 3056 N.S.
Naval Aviation: Men taking Flight Physicals at the health Service
this afternoon bring Eye Test Report with you. Others not having ap-
pointments for Physical get in touch with Officer in Chaige immediately.
A.$.M.E.-Student Branch meeting Thursday, March 24, at 7:30 p.m.,
in Room 229 W. Engineering bldg. Professor R. S. Hawley will speak on
"The Manufacture of Paper Board Containers-From Waste Paper to
Finished Cartons." His talk will explain the manufacturing processes
and the many interesting Mechanical 'Engineering problems involved.
Chemical Enginccring Seminar: Mr. H. H. Ting will be the speaker
at the Seminar today at 4 o'clock, Room 3201, E. Eng. bldg., on the sub-
ject, "Supersolubility and Nuclei Formation in Aqueous Solutions."
Observatory Journal Club meets Thursday, March 24, at 4:15 in the
Observatory lecture room. Mr. R. M. Petrie will present some results of
a spectrographic study of the Cepheid variable, RT Aurigae. Tea will be
served at 3:45.x

Educatonal Film: Representatives of the National Machinery Com-
pany, Tiffin, Ohio, will present a film demonstrating the latest machines
for hot and cold forging. The film will be shown at 4:05 p.m., Friday,
March 25, in the Natural Science
Auditorium. All interested are in-
vited to attend. 1

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A- SANDAL PUMP
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Just right For sunny spring 95
days .,colorful and chic3
may also be had
in +black patent leather
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Pegasus will meet Thursday at
7:15 in the Leagte. All members be
present. Notify either the.} secretary
or president if unable to attend.
kirs. Wendell Bacon, of Detroit
will give a public lecture under thel
auspices of the Baha'i Study Group
Thursday, 4:15 p.m., in Lane Hall,
on "Can Human Nature be Chang-
ed?" The public is invited.
M chigan Technic: Meeting of
staff and tryouts on yThursday,
March 24, at 7:30 in the Technic
office. j
Wesley Players meeting Thursday
7:30 p.m.
Youngstown-Michigan Club will
meet on Thursday, March 24, at
7:15 p.m., at the Union.
Faculty Women's Club: Regular
meeting Thursday, March 24, at 3
p.m., in Lydia Mendelssohn Thea-
tre. Professor Harley H. Bartlett
will give an illustrated lecture on
"'A MichiganNaturalist in the:Maya
Country." Tea will be served in the
Grand Rapids room.
Spanish Plays: Notice of tenta-
tive casting has been mailed. 'Those
notified Will please attend the read-
ing of the plays Friday at 4 p.m., in
Room 403 R.L. Rehearsals will begin
Monday. Tryouts who were not
notified may be called in at a later
date,
LAST OF QUEENS.

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The swan song is being sung to
thht great institution of queendom
in the Oklahoma Agricultural and
Mechanical College. Formerly there
was great interest in this aristoc-
racy but there has been declared
an open session on such dynasties.
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mance Languages Journal Club
s today at 4:10 p.m., in Room
Romance Languages building.
.uate studentsk are cordially
ed.
plied Mechanics Lectures: Pro-
r H. M. Westergaard will pre-
two lectures in Room 445 West
neering building on Thursday:
itional Problems of Stresses in
S," at 11 a.m., and "A Particu-
Method Applicable to Thin,
s," at 8:15 p.m. Anyone inter-
. in these lectures is cordially
ed.
-iting for the Hopwood Contest
e subject of a lecture to be
i by Prof. Howard M. Jones
y at 8 p.m., in Natural Science
orium.
idents Inteeed in Writing
ry will meet at 8 o'clock Thurs-
evening in Room 3212 Angell
for the purpose of forming a

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n period" clothes-'while the
casual, well-grgomed, tailored
mode is universally becoming.
Ne, becausd our Walk-Over
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meticous workmanship. Your may choose yours confi-
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MARCH 28 TO APRIL 2
No Performance March 31

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