I C H I G AN
Church Services Marked Professor Congdon has held many
educational positions in China. Hist
By Presence Of Bishop talk will follow a short program of
(Continued from Page 1) music.4I
--. B.d G d At the 10:45 a. m. church service
W. Blakemnan. The Student, Guild' of the Congrega t ional Church Rev.
Bureau Places Fewer
But Fouir-Year Rati
~ 4 1- i-, ,
will meet in the afternoon with the! Allison Ray Heaps will deliver a ser- With the indoor season drawing to
Presbyterian Group at the Presby- mon on "The Humanism of Jesus." a close in a few weeks, competition
terian Church. Hillel Foundation will hold its first in vciious sports is growing keener.
"Jehol" will be the subject of an student-conducted service of the Sixte:n basketball teams are entered
illustrated address by Prof. Wray H. year at 11:15 a. m. tomorrow at the ' in the elimination series out of a
Congdon, assistant director of the League Chapel, and in the evening, field of 32; Next week the first round
Bureau of Co-operation with Educa- Robert McCulloch, Grad., of the Wes- will be played off.
tional Institutions, at the regular leyan Guild will speak at the Hillel According to Miss Marie Hartwig,
6:00 p. m. Sunday meeting of the Forum on "The Hitler Movement in head of intramural sports, much im-
Congregational Student Fellowship., Germany. orovement in teamwork and the
IIimanner of handling the ball has been
Turner, Mr. Norman Faulk, and Mr. Francis Sage will give short talks on shown in the last few games. It is
special phases of the general topic, "The Spirit of Lent in 1933." Profes- ;'o longer "a game in which three
sor Louis A. Hopkins will act as Chairman. girls attempt to put the ball in the
}basket and three try to keep it out"
Lutheran Students: The Reverend Mr. M. W. Brueckner, of Chelsea, has odne self-styled player as over-
will address the Club in the Zion Parish Hall, at the regular Sunday eve-
ning meeting. Discussion group at 4:00; Social half- hour at 5:30: Supper Interollegiate competition t h i s
at 6:00: and Speaker at 6:30. week for the rifle club showed the
Michigan team scoring 488 out of a
Scalp and Blade meeting at 4:30 at the Union. possible 500, equaling their score of
last week. University of Minnesota
R-14 Club smoker this afternoon in Room 319 at the Union. Important lost with 472 and Drexel won with
that all members be present 496; no returns have been received
from the University of Maryland.
Russian Student Club social party in Wesley Hall at 8 p. m. All mem-.
bers and their guests are cordially invited to attend a short program after The ping-pong tournament has
which tea will be served, been well received, for 48 players are
______________entered, but the second round must
hearsser iorGirls'Play:nhbe playedo Tf by 6 p. in. Monday,
:earsal f.-(drsnd) Gils Play:, March 20. Any players who have not
2:30 p. m.-(dressed) Scenes 1, 2, 3, 4, Theatre. co ed their matches by then
7:30 p. m.-( dressed) Scenes 5 (pantomine), 6, 7, Theatre. mut default.
COMING EVENTS The diving class will meet at 8:15
Physics Colloquium: Mr. John D Kraus will talk on "Radio Propaga- p. m.Tuesday in the Union pool
tion at Ultra High Frequencies," at 4:15 p. m. Tuesday, In Room 1041, under the direction of Miss Irene
East Physics Bldg. All interested are cordially invited to attend Field. The group is now concentrat-
ing on the technique of how to work
Research Club will meet Wednesday, March 22, at 8:00 p. m. in Room the board. There is elementary and
2528 East Medical Building. The following papers will be presented: i advanced spring-board instruction.
Professor G. R. LeRue-"A Study of Paragonimus, the Lung Fluke of
Mammals, with Special Reference to its Life History and Distribution." Iss Hila Burr and Marie Mur
Professor John G. Winter-"Two Private Letters from Roman Egypt of phy, '35, are making arrangements
the Time of Trajan." to form a university club in order
t o unite the Wednesday night mixed
The Council will meet at 7:30 p. m badminton group, badminton class
players, and women playing in the
A. S. M E Student Branch: Important business meeting at the Union, afternoons. Anyone interested may
Wednesday, March 22, at 8:00 p. in. A very interesting motion picture has get in touch with either.
been secured and will be shown at this meeting. The title is, "Conowingo," J*
one of the largest power plant developments in the United States. All mein- Wednesday night's fencing group
bers are urged to be present. Visitors welcome. Refreshments. is continually increasing in popular-
ity. Over 25 have turned out to try
Luncheon for Graduate Students: Tuesday, March 21, at twelve-Iifteen to learn the art of this old sport,
in Russian Tea Room of Michigan League. Cafeteria service. Miss Edna and under Mr. John Johnston's in-
Vosper, Curator of Manuscripts of the Clements Library will describe the structionx are progressing quite well.
library briefly, and after the luncheon conduct students interested Iidthrough
the library. Those attending are urged to be prompt. A Y4
Although the proportion of stu-
dent placements to enrollments has
declined during the last four years,l
there has been a substantial increase
in the ratio of placements to calls,
the yearly report of the Advisory
Committee on the Bureau of Ap-
pointments and Occupational Infor-
mation to the University Council
states. It has risen from 45 per cent
in 1929 to 71 per cent in 1932.
The committee reported that be-
tween 1929 and 1932 total enroll-
ments with the bureau for teaching
positions increased from 1,092 to 1,-
850, total calls decreased from 1,162
to 532, and total placements of can-
didates for teaching positions de-
creased from 521 to 377.
The bureau seeks to serve those
students and alumni desiring posi-
tions in business or industry for
whom little or no help is provided
by other campus offices. Also the
bureau performs a co-ordinating
service for all University offices
which have to do with placing stu-
dents or alumni in full time employ-
During the three year period there
was a substantial increase in the
number of business and industrial
placements-from 53 to 142, the re-
port states. In an effort to build up
this part of its work the bureau has
been active in establishing and main-
taining contacts with business and
Other responsibilities beside place-
ments include aiding students to
obtain information upon which to
base occupational choices, and in
maintaining contacts with educa-
ARMS FOUND IN CUBAN RAID
HAVANA, Cuba, March 17-(/P)--
Police found a cache of arms and
ammunition, including four sawed-
off shotguns, eight rifles and twenty
hand grenades, in, a house in the
Lyuano suburbs today. They arrested
a woman and two men.
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Electrical Engineers: Dr. H. S Osborn of the A.T &T. Co. will speak
Tuesday night in Natural Science Auditorium. This is a regular A.I.E.E.
meeting; it also will constitute the Bell System Contact Program.
Interviews will be held by Bell System men in the E. E. Department on
Tuesday, after 11 a. m., for E. E. seniors and graduate students who are
interested in the communication business.
By _eds Soon
MOSCOW, March 18.--(/P)-Four
Alpha Na debating society regular meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p. in. 4003 British subjects arrested last week
Angell Hall. Charles Rogers will lead a discussion on "The Banking Situa- on charges of sabotage will be placed
Lion." Try-out speeches will be heard before the meeting. All those inter- I on public trial within a month, the
ested in the society are invited to attend. Foreign Office announced today.
At the same time it was disclosed
Adelphg House of Representatives: Regular meeting Tuesday, March 21, that Maxim Litvinoff, foreign com-
fourth floor Angell Hall at 7:30. H. B. Calderwood of the Political Science emient that i warned th could no British gore
Dep't. will speak on, "Two Danger Spots in Europe." Tryout speeches may irnm nto coerce
be given after the meeting. Visitors are welcome. against the men.
The communique quoted Litvinoff
Deutscher Zirkel: Meeting Tuesday, March 21 at 8 p. m. in the Michi- as having answered a verbal protest
gan League. A program of music from Beethoven will be offered. Miss by the British Ambassador with the
Kate Kieth Field from the School of Music will sing a number of Beetho- declaration that "it would be wrong
wen's songs. An illustrated talk on "Beethoven und seine Musik" is to be if this episode should have any effect
given by Mr. Otto Graf from the German Dept. on the political and commercial rela-
tions between Soviet Russia and
Sophomore 1935 Engineering Class: Meeting for all those interested in Great Britain. That would be bad
getting a 1935 class jacket coat this year Wednesday, March 22, in Room for both countries. But no pressure,
z48 West Engineering Building at 4:30 p. m. no menace will be able to induce the
The purpose of this meeting is to decide on color, prices, and style of Soviet government to refrain from
jacketse enforcing its laws in relation to Brit-
Their arrest became an issue in the
All- Campus Track Meet at Yost Field House, Monday, March 20, at British parliament and the Ambassa-
7:30. All students are eligible except letter men, members of the varsity dor at Moscow was instructed to file
squad, and this year's numeral winners, a vigorous protest.
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SEASON'S GREATEST CAST!
LOVE, LAUGHTER and
STr. ANDREWS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Corner North Division & Catherine
BISHOP JOHN N. McCORMICK of Western
'Iii,-an will preach at a t1 A.M.
JaeN BhArRYR 0
n that Great S2age Hit
The glamour of a big State Fair
:..its throbbing, eager throngs..
A yearning country girl and her
brother... a young reporter...
hard-eyed carnival folk...shrewd
farmers-out for happiness or
forgetfulness...love or adven-
his own way. Some seeking
n. and getting. Others trying and
failing. But all caught in the
State Fair's fervor and tumult.,
Seasons Greulesi Cast
Charlie Chase Comedy
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