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vw- THE MICHIGAN DAILY _

WEDNESDAY, APR-IL 20, 192

PAINTINGS DEPICT
FfI 'HTWITH T. B.s
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els who unroll tl# scroll of life on
vhich is written measles, scarlet
ever, dtiphthaeria, and other dis-
ases. The next represents the out-
et of youth's argosy on the sea of
idolescense.
Lured onr by the sirens of fame,
ortune, an -d prominence in the
next picture the hero is shown scal-
ng th eho'pt of success. The
story ColtlCW in ..the :following
painting wth the overthrow of the
hiero at the hand~s of the deadly
germ. Then he falls from the cliff
f the citadel which he has almost
ichievedi and sees .upon looking up
from the pit into which he has
dropped that the success he was
after was only- cardboard and tin-
sel after all.
After a period of trying to corn-
bat the sickness the drama draws
rapidly to a close and the final
scene shows. the .hero of the piecd

;o~ CA coal area as we found them." All ,. F Schlesinger, Chief Engi- I CSI ohol:'_ andAmona
, , intor-, ed are invited to attend. er udDiector. National Paving}-
l!_l giu~~os i~.nUion. See U.nion board ' ^rL_-. .ioni, will give an 9 _N .ad-n9,"r
~. it, r. number i . ud~ ~aled ltture on bick: pav- ~i5r~1IOI)O5
ltdl lr~tai~oi in r ~-- is nRo i3 atEiior : ,' ~>
ben ~b W d tth Lihga lai and c1aP meeing atPI imdkw H :301 p2m., Thurs- ~ vv i'~
C ~ ~ aleeofi-iirgad'Tcnlougy "7:30 p.m., Michigan Union, room I d v Al tprl 21. This lec ture will be pi. hedoe . Shoi
at HunLfadatteUiesy posted. Military Ball tickets to bel I ,on to the public. v _~tjLdia'l

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'33,~ ~ ~~~~~T~ amnc'yetra.Bleis Beta Pi dinner meeting, at
of activtiesof1heCy. hae ben ,?Y ..,in the iviC:lohiganUnion.

Roanauc ec and Developy

I W L> c Lecture: Sr. D. Cesar 1war- 1o,,N iagr ei s wrPan. iey
ranco, Cnu of Cubla, of Detroit,
'.ilse inSnshontHe 8ub- i~H ~i'a lbwil
?c, 'CbYeterday and t'oday," me t4l .nTusaApritl
Thrs iag. April 1. at 4:10 pm,21,i > ~ aevI~r om
in, Roeom _03FILL. bide;cj. Under thoMi Rv .1eral wllrejotOn

epl nhto tho, o \wxo are intreste. IMichl" iig aboratory Theatre on
th _,chgan nio ballroom:ii. cition0. There w vill be a small,1
adi ssiocharge?, no eerved: scat s l . _
Faeulty,: WomC1Ten's Club: The an-Boofcepndal,1to3
nuai l lcon will be held Thurs-
day, Apri1 l 21, at one clockat the Craftsmen : The 1Craftsmen xv i i
Mihigan.-_1League _esrvations may confer the M.M, Dgr .ee at Masonic,
be made by caing M: ; Ars. W alter B. Temple, Ann Arbor, Fida y, April
Ford, ph'onie 3. There will be a 22, at 7:30 pxnj.
shocrt bus:iness m eeting and election __
N"egro Folk lPlays: A laboratory 1 pper on1 "A C (ritic ismontheRor~c
production of three one-act plays P'ower Plant1_x," Thrsday, 7:30 ;p.m .,
by Miss Doris D. Price, graduate, Room 44x 5 VWst Eng.ineer ;ing bu_' i-
will be g'iv,c 7with anegro ast ing. 'The rev'iew ofaliteratre will kc:
from Detoi?7t, 1in.the"UnierS1Psity 'meb r o : ;11 fesor I_.tA."Dode

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Chess and Ch-cker Cu meets at ______
7:30 p.ma., in Room)i 302, Michigan Lete:~TeCseon
Union._---- - ir s and? Cul'e of Prejudice," Lane
Life, leath, rmoaly is the 11.l 'lnur sciiy. 4:15, by Mrs. Berthas
r ,.} tof letur by lrs i~aI#13: Kirkoat ,ick. This is one of a
eindel, author and Christian rnys- } otlsso =n;he h
t1( ofOcensie, ci. at3:1, i universal principles of the Baha'i
.voom 231 A.II. Arranged by the M~c ; en~t apply to the problems of
Studelc].'L Teo5ei ial Climb.htils a;e, sponsored by the Baha 'i
study Group. All are invited.
'Varsity Ran d: Rehearsal tonight
promptly at 7:15, at M~orris Hall. 1 All(Campus OTn Foruim: THnry

his >studie" :s . L Ca.s Stellar Spc--
tra. Tell will be ser ved at 3:45.
jPh[i Sigmna; Mr. K. C. Kuster of
the Zoology Department will speak
on "RespiratLion in Certain Aquatic
x Fly Larvae." 'Nomination of new
S members, Thuirsda y. 7:30 p.m., in
'Room 116 N.S.

TOMORROW'0
B~ob Montgom--ry
ill
'RUT THE FLESH IS WEAK'

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reposing Minh the arms of the . angel
of death.,U: riso Tii~ a>
Anticipating his death in a poetic C1bxan t7:3 pJ. i he
effoar't, Dr. Bethune writes under IMec'n1hhrWiTxnL
th~e last picture:ke ilsadoi'DrticAn
Sweet, Death thou kindest angel of tna;fr~'r ae.
them all,
In thine strong arms, at last, oh, .
let me fall, Mi 'l ei''tCu mot.-
Bright Stars are out, long gone the arlu.escloiga m l
burnizng Sun, , I21~n(~saeugdt epeet
My feeble act is over, the tiresome Folwngthis, Sant Homzer and
pla-y is done. Wiillred Sef ia s,-who spent spring
_________________________________vac-ation suyn the labor disputes
w t"e coal uewill presentlthe,
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Stin'.°5t Co'wil* Re--ular n'eet-
ing at 3 p. m, at the Cuncil offices.
University Lectuire: Thuirsday,.
Ap-ril 21, at 4:13 p.zm.. Rooam 303
Chemistry building. Dr. William,
McPherson, Professor of Chemistry,
Ohio Sltate University: <<The U se of
Titaniuma Tetrachloride in Friedel-
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ASSOCIATED MOTOR SERVICE
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Mt. Bvates, Dean of the Michiganj
Law School. will speak on "Liberal-
izing Influences in the Supreme
Court" in Natural Science Auditor-
ium, Thursday, April 21, at 4:15.
A.L.Ch.E,, Student Branch, 4.nd.
the A..TAni- Arbor Group will
hold a * joint meeting on Thursday,
tiprit 21. at 7:30 pm., in Room 321
lhist Engineerinig building. M'r. H1. L.
M' axwell of the DuPont Company
1 will speak on "Metallurgical Prob-
Irman Occu rring in the Synthesexs of

lieh}igan Technic staff and try-
e-as rcetngon Thursday, at 7 :30
p.mn., in the Telchnic offlice.
Le Cerete Fra.nais: All members
arc urgently requested to attend a
iieetiii Thursday,. at 7:30 in Room
408 R.L. Professor Pargrnent wiii
speak. Plans for the annual presen-
tation will be made.
:vr. J(.hnr E O'Gara, of R. H. Ma-
ecy andCoinpany, wx orxill
'C"(dr55 tecasr in:1l9Zetalh g, in
Roo i 109, Tappan lall, Thursday,
April 21. ;at0lW-o'cck. on Ethe sub-
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Uwo base hits-Cohan, Michaelis, FRDN
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Run- Petoslkey. Bases on Balls off AN UNU. 1SA1iLLdeial
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But by--1McNeal 3, Wistert 1, Mich- nceer.-Now available in
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