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PACE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 1932

PAGE sIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~1JNDAY, MARC~t 27, 1932

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Pu1tblicalion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the Univer,;ity. Copy received at Ithe office of the AssIstant to
the Ilrt.-ident until 3:30; 11:30 a. m. Saturday.
lVoiL. XHTfl. SUNDAY, MARI'CH 2i, 1932 No. 129,

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ivcri ;y Lituc:Pr'eOl E l K~uclhnrnain, of the Uni'versityI
ofL3 Breis u, C :ifauv will t , i(crran, on lthe subject "o~h
nudDentscbla I" Wd nsd yApl'i G, .. 4 :15 p.m,in, iii N In ',d w Icicce
AndiiiL EIli . 1 1 ti ie P Ldi i({; curd illy iiiVi I(d.
Factty, College ofei Liter'ature, Science, and the Arts: Wiiin a fewl
dlays, raids,;cster 1replort Cards will t)8 (distributedI thrroughl the D((part.:
mcnt. Rep)orts should be sent tom itli 1cc not later thian Friday, Apllril 8I.
Instructors are requested to axirrant e Htir l'wk so that reports mnay lac
11. de by that. date. W. It. Humphreys,
Assistant Dean.

cellist, will give the following program, at 4:15 o'clock in Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre, to which the 'ceneravl lilicwithl the e"xception of sm"111
t'-hidren is in-vifedl:I
Brahms: Soriafe e minor Opal. 3e3llegr1+ Ilnontroppo, Allegrettoq(jus~i
Menuetto, Allegro) Debussy: Sonlatc {Prologue, Serenade Fantastiqule,
Finale) Tchcrepnine: Rhapsodiie Ceor:.ielnne /mcldante Viva ce)Vo or-
mrolen : Suit ie (1 'rel 11(1e, rvle lllet 7-1"I~t e,rl ~i){i 1)58(' '01ol lita)8
P'hyFis, C61lhnuitim: I r. J. 1). in Wy will I a] L orl ,Dine Near Infra
r zed Spectra C71 dc r fwt ii ' ln'at:15 p.mi., Tued'.iay, in1o001110411
)- ast PI hies ",1,0 .1 iW (Y(. ( "o1 l- llly iIi (1h toIattll.
(r thlne Vio lc of ia iui: \'i(11,y, , h4tjII t, i 7: 5t, i i i l' ILiVer-
iii.(t l'," i h i .li!lv i ty lhu iiiicry i7Chfiu
Mlti's Phyicu'atdulctio64mub will imc f Wedsda ~y. March 30, 7 :3()
~n hn ~e Ui on, Prole:<sor Ii*Vc(I Cky will talkle on his vacation in
lei{s;ia U rin g v 1le ic' t.s I.!u ijicr. 'Th e (8 ijIiwill Udecide upon thle(late1
olr the Swiil 2party.
Junior Mfathematical Soddcy xvilb addressed by Professor G. Y.

Lutheran Students: Meeting of thle Lutheran Student Club in Zion served. All who aire interested are
jLutheran Parish Hall this evening, 5:3(0 o'clock. Fellowship hour, lunch-' invitedf r;10 atend(.
I eol v)c 1 forumPcfrimorf Fth Ier nriie oVon iby m(-tubers or 11w nubi
Liberal Stuidents' Unioni: At 7:30 p.m., Reverend Allison Ray Haeaps, i1r' ' has been~i postponed until April
of the Congregation Church, will (give an illustrated talk with slides on 5, at which time all members :are
i1'modern drama~ "Outwar:l lourndi' Unit::rian Churrch. ask!edl to make a special effo rt. to
tai: pre.,xmt. Matrix articlesa rev due
hlilici F'ounda timeu: Purim Services this morning. Topic: "Hamrani to
flit ic r." At 1 irn., a musicale at tlie lVoil1tiofl, led by Ar'thuriiGm ilson." Slide Valle IDance ('onumr ittee W'ill
'1'hiM e\t' I1 ; .,a:t,8 cc'lok, I Pui i proi'r:~ uiaidJc'!elihouse, Imeet T1uesday, Marchr 29, Room 214
Wt Einel u c ring btdg., at 7: 15 i
St. tAndi ecw's Churchi: Raty udy At 7 a.m., Holy Cumuunion,-___
choral; 9 a.m., holy Comniunionr, choral; 11 a.in., Festival morning 1 Neeraters Section of the Faeculty
prayer, seneoni, Iholy (Xun iintunicr, choral, tLi e Reverend Henry Leisi will fWuw c n's Club will have a tea ini the
preachu 4 p.m., E,''sl~er 1'r ;c auitf. The ChiureSchooel"0 will I otmet aGrand Rapids Room or the T Lague,
!l : ,t04arr., itt the X Iindelrgaicn t rWill .evit as usual at 11 amn. Fr idary, April 1, at 2:30 1., n.
~rrris Hall : St c ul'ii t SIJ )t lh"alt3 1 fo.Ic wIi,Wc(1by ern iifoi rtnal Facuily Women's Club : The Mn
imusic 1 profgram, dcay Evening Dlramna Section wi11
entertain the Tuesday Afternoon

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COMINC( EVENTS

M f-tv'iM'..:,-hi A~'-Arthf'n. ni i,, Dlnnor of Moo T'~r~yrVrir Pity wilI

----Rainich, of the Department of Mathematics, Wednesday, at 730 pm, in: ~ [ a,1'WI~i 1~,iU~,PIUi1AL ) N VJI 1~
Studenits, College of Literature, Science and the Arts: Each year R7oom 3011 AllI. The topic of the evening will be "Groups and Operat--gve a lecture in the auditorium of the Natural Science building at :15,E
representattives of varioJus professional schools; are asked to add~SSthe or,. " 'Ie uetling is;:olpen to :l and the s ciely opes or a few new- Tuenday,.March,29,contSocial andityThs ecm i osierat ,ioen involedin
students of the College of Literature, Science andlthe Arts. This sries ~orn(r'ArintecturplcandoityDpamnng."SohisolgctreisDeingrtien undernthe
of pre professional talks will be begun by Dean Clare E. Griffin, of the jitasie fteDprmn fScooy h eateto ad
School of Business Administration, who will speak on "Education for EXHIITIONS-sa~ ein ieCleeofAchtetr n l.Sho fBsns
B~usiness, Ol Wednesdaty, Marchi 30, at 4:1( p.m., in Roaom 1025, Ang-lI !]~ilil Teitbi se(11~lyivtd
Hll. John R. Effinger. E:xhibition f Etchings and 'Dry Points of Four Centuries, under the

____ auspices of the Division of Fine Arts, is open week days from 9 until 5,
University Loan Committee: The Loan Committee will meet on Wed- Sundays from 1:30 until 5, in the North and South Gxalleries, Alumni,
recl ay, March 30, at 1:30 p.mn., in Room 2, University Hall. Students MeoilIT_.Te(Xi1ilr 'oe ac 3
Who avefild aplictios wth he Ofic oftheDeanof tudnts Architectural Building Exhibitions: Forty architectural illustrations
should call at that office for an appointment with the Committee. by H-ugh Ferris, and other artists. About 100 prints by leadling American
J. . BwseyChirmn. and European photog.raphers. Open daily from 9 to 5 o'clock, except
Biological Station: Applications for admission for the coming sum- I Sundays, throughout the week of March 28.
mer session should be in my hands before April 15 when all applications ii'',,}
Will be considered. Announcements of the courses offered can be ob- }~~'> OA
tained at the office of the Summer Session or from the Director. Applica- Wesley Hall: Today at El p.ml'., Pro. Henderson will be the speaker !
tions should be made on the application blanks which can be secured of the evening and will speak upon " l-:umnan Nature and the Changing
at my offfice, Room 1119 Natural Science building, from. 4 to 6 p.m., daily. Order." AL 12 nioon the re-oliar c ,L sses wi'th D~r. 1 lakein' an al Mr, Pryor
George R~. La Rue, Director, lea ding- as usual.

' All Campus Foruim: 'T. Z. loo, special correspondent of the Chinese
Government,, will speak on "Internal Problems of China," on Monday,
M~arch 23, at 4:15 p.m., in the Natural Science Auditorium.
Alpha Nit meets Tuesday, March 29, at, 7:30 in the Alpha Nul Room
fourth floor of Angell Hall. Dr. Frederick Fisher, of the First Methodist
Episcopal Church of Ann Arbor, will talk on "The Facts- About India."
The general public is cordially invited and those interested in affiliating
withi the organizat ion are especially urged to attend.
Adeiphi. The regular s cond semester tryouts for memnbership will
be held at the regular meeting, at 7:30, Tuesday, March 29, in Room 4203
X.H. All who have filled out applications, and any others who wish to
try out, come prepared to deliver a three to five minute tryout speech
upon any subject. It is essential that all members be present.
Eta Sigma Phi will meet Wednesday, March 30, at 7:30 at the Leagt:1ue.
Interesting program and refreshments, Banquet fee will be collected at
this meeting.
Phi Delta. Kappa: Important business meeting at Michigan Union,
Tuesday at, 7 p.m. All members are urge-ntly requested to be present.

Drama Section Monday at 8 p~im.,
in the Palmer Field House,
#Architects' Bal Committee: Ini-
portant meeting of all committee
heads at a luncheon Monday noon
at the Dien. All concerned are urged
to be present on time and to have
reports ready..
Tau Beta Pi: Initiation at 5 p.m.,
and dinner at 6:30 p.m., on Tues-
dlay, March 29, in the Michigan
Union.
LATE LEAVE AT STANFORD
Senior women in their last quar-
ter at Stanford University were
granted special late leave privileges
by the A. W. S. Conference. The re-
quirements axe that the womien
have good health and. a scholastic
record not below D minus for the
preyvious quarter. The resolution
granted unlimited 12 o'clocks and
three 2:30 o'clock's a week to those
eligible.

Poet-4y Interpretation Contest: The Interpretive Arts Society will
hold a contest in the oral interpretation of lyrics and other short poems
on MVay 25. Preliminaries will be held on April 27 and 28. Each con-
testant will be allowed twelve minutes.I This contest is open to Novice
Mvembers of the Interpretive Arts Society. Membership in this society is
openi to any person upon evidence of special interest or ability in oral
inite rpretatdion. Try-outs for membership will be hield Monday, March
28, from 4 to 5 o'clock in Room 302 Mason hall, or by appointment with
All Camipus Track meet has been changed from Tuesday, March 29,
to Monday, March 28, at 7:30, Yost Field House. Entries will be taken at
the Intramural building until 4 p.m., Monday.
Notice: Will the gentleman who borrowed a six-foot T-Square
belongling to the Mechanical Engineering Department please return it
at once to Room 325 West Engineering building. There is an urgent need
Tor tis particular T-Square.
Oppraitunities in Recreational Work: Dr. Robinson of the National
Recrceation Association will be in A. E. Wood's office, Room 208 Economics
bul~ildingt, Monday from four to six o'clock to interview men students who
have had sociological training, and who might wish to consider the
possblty of taking further training at the Natonal Recreation School
h-, Ne(w York City.
OrgaXleital: Palmer Christian, University organist, will give the,
following ,program, Wednesday, March 30, at 4:15 o'clock in hill Auditor-
iumn. Thie genieral public with the exception of small children is invited'
but is respctfully requested to be seated on time.
t:Ginn-;ant: March religieuse; Saint-Saens: Prelude; Elgar: Medita-
tion; Sinow ey: Ch-oral prelude on the hymn-tune "Rejoice, ye Pure in
Ifea rt"; Rinherger+ ; : Vision; Gauil: Easter Morning on Mr'. Punbidonx.
COU)NCERT TODAY
Faculty CoLet'rL : : Joseph 13rinkmani, Pianist, and B-anns Pick, Violon-

Congregational Student Fellowship: At 6:30 this evening, Prof. H. D.
Curtis, head of the Astronomy department, will speak on "A Scientist
Looks at Religion." All students are cordially invited to attend the lec-
ture and the six o'clock supper preceding.
At 5:15 this afternoon an Easter Vesper Musical Service will be given
in the auditorium of the church by Everett Jay Hilty, organist, and
SZilphra Lewis, violinist. This is the, second of a series of musical programs
conceived with the idea of presenting the public good music which, hocw-
ever, is within the musical appreciation of the average layman.
Presbyterian Young People's Society: Easter Morning Sun rise Break -
fast and service at 7:30 am., at the Church House.
Social Hour at 5:30 and Student Meeting at 6:30. Mrs. Allison Heaps.
is to give readings and scenes from "The H-ouse Beautiful." Special

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Roden." A musical program will bej
offered and refreshments will be

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