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March 24, 1932 - Image 6

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Political Science Journal Club meets today in the Political Science P O .E I O C
Seminar Room, 3 to 5 p.m.PR F EMI O C
FL F I I L B L E I~Observatory lecture room. M.R Petrie wl ii(sttome results o1f f (('o in of hiow 4
a specrograhic sudy ofthe CpheidvariabfurtTAuriieg Tofwihi e;{own archit ctur- i
ion in the Bulletin is constructivie notice to all members asetgahcstuyrfvheCdhedaarabe,:45ui.c.Teawllb interests and the interests of hisg
Jniverslty. Copy received at the office of the Assistant to servedoatl.:45
ident until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday. Heimihas - clone mc extenso it

Vol,. 7XYJY THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1932 No. 126 ,xiiin'' ~ ~ ~ j~~ ~~r~s ne l
-~~auspices of the Division of Fint. Art:-, is o(pen v,: a from 9 until 5,.
Sundays from 1 :30 until 5, in the No-th and! :);.,ii alleries,, Abiun
NOTICES Memorial TMal. 'I'1W oxibtil(t'lo; i iarel28
Studenits, College of Literature, Science and the Arts: Each year, I
1'eprosedtatives of various professional schools arc asked to address theI EVNTS 'Lblizl
studenits of the College of Literature, Science and the Arts. This series All C amptvs : o z;o: Arthuri L. Cos:s, P, f)', .-w of English H-isLory,
of pre-professional ta ll s il be begun by Dean Clare E. Griffin, of theI will speak on "Ts EFngL nid at. the (3osr,,:ds?" z.t 1:15 in N.S. Auditoriumn.
School of B3usiness. YAdministration, who will speak on "Educt;'4ioni for --
Business," ov Wedniesday, March "30, at 4:10 p.m., in Room 1025, An-ell Mr. Erarik hlrL- !:, fu,.,acr Ctonw ioncv (K Bu3 tildings and Pubiilic
Halil. johil It.I ingrer. I Safety, in Detroit, wll Lire his seco._d le, du.re at 4: 103pm., in the atd-
---- _.__ _torium of Uthe Archl"tectural buili_,. His i , will lbe"The City
Unvriy uxiof Ar1 ; ,4ttrxents and Occupatioiial 1Inorviatioll: Buildhii Code."'i ti public is eori dlly invited.
Ti e Bu u ha s recivle IICnetIiec 'of I b following vaeaiiX22:ie : A>oCiate
Dairy llir~bandnm,$32 Q-3,li, ea 3 : epxinc 0 3,) 3cn0 IiuCt lac y lb fCr~;i.i n h tid loro

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Xnsruto ine~~ticiyCoretional 5)(Joolfor. boys, Cahl ini. Instit1.u-!
ti/ ogRn )- t ;~o'It(yXueti{nfy f qS Lnig~l~ on
in Library Siec ing the y rear 1 932-32, willN strictly limited tof
50 full-thie s11.tudens. Afll tdrt;csr to- elect such courses next
fall miust ixtervicvi arpenaieof the Department in Roomn 311,
Library, dul-ring the, period between MaO:rch 28 tto;'April 1, inclusive. Hout.rsi
for inlterviews will be 10- 11 and 4-5 daily. CJ. P".joeckel.

4n ryo ~lpl bi.20 >~i U ~AR k ~~ A' U~-~ Anx~tevIiea nstitution of Electrical
(lock tonighit it n rou-n 1042 Ea'.t
flu Epsion KL'ppjlimeets i floi n 302, Mooe , 7:30)p. Tw pcwl antI; uicrn uldn.1ueoB
sleet ing.All an(illb rsrtqus.s redtolit he i(r5i .t;eh ils, '321., xwi lu) '. (on somie of
his.;personal experience:s in radio
Michigan 'i c:0'hiti:re Metin ofi*slai.rf and tryots: at 7:30 in Technic; work.. Movic s taken at Car Wood's
cifliC . :;amp will also be shown.
Michiganensian ' rotui sa) .e asked to report at the editorial offices Hikers club at University of ,co
at the Press building on Mnr yna.rd street ait 3 o'clockc. orado is spending its spring vaca-to nteRcie noigwne
sports. Skiing, skiati ng, tobaggan2-
La Sociedadl Hispanicit meeting at 7:30 p.m., Michigan League. Mr. ink;, and dancing i e the order of
Mercado will speak. the day.
Pegasus meets at '1:15 in the League. All members be present. Notify of "Religion and the Whole Person-
either the secretary or president if uinable to attend.} ality." Holy Communion 8 p.m.
Theosophical Society meets at 3 p.m., in the Chapel of the Lcvague. COMING EVIENTS
The subject for cdiscuissioti will h C haplter 2 of the ':Ancek'nt Wisdlom." E C.ls' Swimming C:lub wili meet
Visitors welcomie.; to swim at the Union on. Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock. All new girls
All Campus Pe-Easter Meetings, 12:30-1:00 at the Con-regationial who are interestedl are urged to
Church. Rev. Benjamin Jay Bush, of the Westminister Presbyterian1 conic,
Church, of Detroit, is the speaker today. Organist is James Pfohi. St, Andrew's Church: The Rtigtt
Rev. Herman Page, D.D., Bishop of
Faculty Women's Club: Regular meeting at 3 p.m., in Lydia Men- Michigan, will be in Ann Arbor to-
delssohn Theatre.- Professor Harley H. Bartlett will give an illustrated morrow to conduct the Good Friday
lecture on "A Michigan Naturalist in thc Maya Country." Tea will be Three Hour Passion Service at St.
served in the Grand Rapids room. Andrew's Church.







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