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Iitud from Page
ran, director of ,
Da ily Offieial; 1 i11tin
Dr. i~xs. TFetze. Pr 4fessor of th~e
Fine Ats, Un~iversity "of Vienna, will
give an i illstrated1 lE cture on "Al-
brecht Duror, the Gr'atest German
Artist," Thu~rsday afternoon, 4:15,
in Alumni lvemorial ,;Hall, under the
auspices of the Axin Arbor Art
Play Reading Secti on, of Fa~culty
Women's Club, will :meet Tuesday,
Feb. 23, at 2:30 p.m., at the League:
Army and. Navy L tbi ier will
be at 6 p.m., Feb. 22, i,stead of 6:30,
as previously annournoed. Meeting
dism;?is:ed by .:1Q.
ylpha Epsilon Mu: 7iitiation and
Ban-uet, Wednesday, web. 24, at 4
p.m., Michigan Union, Rooh 302.
Dues -must be payed at. this meeting.
TuilleT Foundation: Mrs. Ullian
will spe'ak on "Jews and Zionism"
Tuesday, Feb. 23~, at' 8 p.m. All in.-
terested axe invited.
tryot for iembersiiip should at-
tend tryouts Tuesday at 8 p.m., in
the Athenwa room. At 8:20 under the
direction of Guth Morrison a group
of tryouts will present the play,
"Neghbors" by Zona Gale. All
members please be present at 8 to.
hear all tryouts.,
Sigma Gamma Epsilon business
meeting 5 p.m., Tuesday, in Room
Failure. of many financial com- rable to pay, th>-ese investments have
~mitmnents due to an epidemic of un-
sound business is the underlying
cause of the depression, according
to Dr. Olin W. Blackett, professor of
business statistics, who discussed
"'The Backglround of the Present
Depression" last night over the Uni-
versity broadcasting station.
When such a situation arises,
a dubious value.
"The second unprofitable com-
mitment is real estate," continued
Dr. Blackett. Private building was
on the proscribed 'list during the
war, and as a result, a building def-
icit was created which still exists.
During the last years of the war,I
agriculture was virtuoally subsidiz-I
ed, Dr. Blackett stated. This was a
necessary step in view of war prob-
DEPRESSION DUE TO CULMINATION
SOF POOR GUEiSSES, SAYS !$LACKETT
, zter, Shf f er, Waterman,
onill in, etc., $1.00 anid up.
L lage and choice assorbaent
;14 S. State St., Am nArmo.
T Y P E W R I TP
our' o sot/by c
our hope to have a special
ity service once each semes-
'a a view to educating our
constituency in the spirit-
"t .of th~e, University and. of
the campus constituency
e Church joins cordially in
'rederick B. Fisher, the pas-
.n California as Earl lectur-
e Pacific School of Religion
lecture in the evening of
ouis Wolsey will be the
of a series of lectures pro-
Dr by the Henry Martin Loud
nient Fund. With highly sue-
pastorates at Little Rock,
leveland and Philadelphia,
Wolsey has taken his place
the, great American rabbis
[ay, and is cons:idered'a brit-
Michiganensian Freshman Try-
outs All freshmen wishing to try-
out for the Michiganensian should
report to the Press Building at 4:15
Tuesday. Editorial Staff meets also,
at this hour.
Organ Recital-: Palmer Christian,
Ujniversity Organist, will give the
following program, Wednesday, Feb.
24, at 4:15 o'clock, to which the
general public with the exception
of small children will be invited:
Corelli: Prelude; Krebs: Trio; Bach:
Prelude and Fugue in A minor;
Hone gger: Choral; Bingh am: Suite
for Organ, Op. 25; Taylor: Dedica-
tion (From "'Through the Looking-
glass Suite") ; Bubeck: Fantasia;
Dvorak: Largo ("Frome the New
World" Symphony) ; Mulet: Toc-]
cata, "Tu es petra." I/
debts cannot be liquidated, and
people become afraid to go aboutE
kbusiness as usual until the prospect
of ultimate adjustment is, settled
one way or another.
lThe reason why so many of our f
bad g uesses have culminated at this
time, said Dr. lackett, is because
important capital commitments
were m~ade during the post-war re-,
adjtiustiinents, and the prices at
which these coixmitments were
made have no~t been permanent.
Exportation of capital abroad is
one of the commitments which has
caused much trouble, said Dr.
Dlaclett. Europe now owes the
Un.hited Mtates approximately 18 bil-
lion dollars. As the debtors are u n-
Todaiy 1:30-11:00 P. M.
Faulty' Rifle Shoot will be held,
Tuesd~ay, Feb. 23, at 7:30 p.m., in
the R.O.T.C. bldg. All Faculty mem-
bers interetsted are cordially invited.
The Tai)r will be at the. R.O.T.C.
office Wedr esday, Feb. 23, from 8:30
am., to 6 kP.m. All R.O.T.C. mem-
bers requiring unifolms will report
during the period indicated to be
two talks on Russia to be
in the Unitarian church wil4
ide by Rev. H. P. Marley, who
peak on "Lenin and Washing-
Is Russia the New America?"
y Prof. U. G. Rickert, who in
vening, will tell of "Observd-
of the Russian Experiment."
the First Baptist church, Rev.
[ward Sayler will preach on'
'ge Washington." At Hillel
elation, Rabbi Hieller will speak
lave the Jews a Working So-
AT P. A V RS N Gsir'n
NTE - -LAUNDRY- Soft water. ?1044. FAIRBANKS, Jr.
NOTICETowels free. Socks darned. 271c JOAN BLON ..L
TYPEWRITERS, all1 mak~es, bought, i4 Guy Kibbee, David Landau
Detroit Eiigini~Crxs will lecture ona
Tool Eniteering: As a part of
Shop 7, Jig and Fixture Design, the
Dcpartmen t of Engineering Shop
has schedlul ed a series of' lectures to
be given. by. b number of prominent
Detroit eni;Lneers. The first of this
series is to l~e given in Room 1042
of the East ling. bldg., on Wednes-
day, Feb, 24, at 8 a.m., by Mr. Wil-
liamn F. Wise,~ Vice President and
Manager of S,,Oes of the Ex-Cell.,,
Aircraft and Tool Corporation. flis
subject will be. "Selling, Designing,,
and Fabricating Tools and Special
Machinies." Meirbers of the faculty,
as well, as local manufacturers, who
are interested in this subject, are
invited to attend.
find" is the sermon topic chos-
r services this morning in First
rch Chrst, Scientist. Rev. Theo-s
R. Schmale, of Bethlehem '.Ev-
yicial church, will speak on
SChristian, a Disciple o f
ornin g worship at Zionl Luther-t
lurch will center on the 'Cap-
of Giur Salvation~," with Rev; P'enhellonie Delegates: 'Special
Stellhorn in charge. Rev. C. meceting for election of oifX-ers off.
rauer, of St. Paul's Lutheran Tuesday, at 4 o'clock. Notice' League
h, will give a sermon, a Wash- bulletin for room number.
n. bicentennial subject, "The
Service to Our Country." Athena: Any woman wishing to
ie exotic Chinese star speaks perfect German in her first talking picture.
A STORY~ OF LOVE VS. PREJUDICE-
a"ThE WAY TO SHAM ,E"
('Der Weg Zur Shiande")
Opens today--Matinee at 3 r I
sold, rented, exchanged, repaired.
0. D. MORRILL, 314 So. State.
TYPEWRITING AND MIMEO-
GRAPHING promptly and neatly
done.: 0. D. MORRILL, 314 So.
State St. 30l8c
HILDA'S BEAUTY 'SHOP-209 S.
State. Located over Chuabb's.
Special n permanents, $5, $6,
and $8. Shampoo and marcel $1.
Shampoo and finger wave '75c.
For appointmnents phone 7249.
EXPERIENCED porter wants work
in fraternity house. Can furnish
6 ' eight years fraternity reference.
Phone 5537. 490
EAT-Meal tickets $5.50 for $4.50.
Special Steak and Chop Dinner 40c.
Forest.Inn 538 Forest Ave.
Phone 7112, Killins Gravel Co.
S "TUDENT LAUJNDRY WANTED-
Called for and delivered. Phone
THMRCN HOTEL isY makig
a special offer to students of
single rooms at, $3.00 and $3.50
LARGE suite for rent, single or
cloubie. Close to_ campus and
downtown. Price reasonable.
Phone 22352. 425 So. Division. 486
FOR RENT-Two single room:;. '
block from campus. Reasonable.
Wood, League House. 725 Haven..
REPOSSESSED CARS--Buyu from
Finance Company for balance
due. We sell all makes of new
cars at a discount. Investigate.
311..W. Huron. Phone 22001. 235c
PERSIAN Oriental 'Rug, about 8x11,
reasonable. 1324 Olivia.
LEST-Cresent shaped pin; plat-r
inum with diamonds; J-Hop
week-end. Reward. Call Spencer.
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OPULENT SPOOF OF
THE MALE GENDER,
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These gals are as morally
and socially right 'as the
Marinies, and equially as
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'rH~IS year Tnarks the 200th anniversary of the birth of eir ge Wash-
-inton-and the beginning of a nation-wide c1elebratiHon in honor
ofT this gretest American of lSooteian ever paidl so large
a part 4i the shaping of a nation's +estiny.
A natloinw ide celebration to do him hom ge now bogm A It Will la t
until next Thanksgiving. It is not a fair or ani exposition; no formal
'program will be. followed. But throughout the natiorn spciaal e phais
wilhb placed upon matters pertain' g to the life and works of George
Washington-the soldier, statesman, the scholar, and the -man of men.
The scope of his influence has been so Nast that the principles and
ideals for which he stood are iving, function ing factors in present day
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