THE MICHIGAN DAILY
IJLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ation in the Rlletin Is constructive votic to all members of the
rsity. Copy received at the offie of the RAFs1.tant to thn President until
L11:30 a. in, Saturday.
Alpha Delta Phi A.K.L. Beats D.A.E.
Defeats Theta o'3"en u itle
hi For Cr VllMi
Tennis Title In
h r. a e s
IIn the All-Campus wrestling event,
28 men took part before a record
crowd. In the 118 lb. class Fiero, '34E.
-un bynf1"1A 1h T5iri 1
Sigma Chi Wins
B Trophy; Phys
Eds Are Victors
FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1933
No. l 77
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Foreign Men Students: Your attention is called to the "Spring Trip"
which will take place April 10-14. It will still be possible to make reserva-
tions in Room 209, Economics Building between 2:00 and 5:00 p. m. if you
are interested in the tour. Be sure to take advantage of this opportunity.
Music School Seniors: Class dues must be paid by March 28. See the
Treasurer, Emil Steva, or the President, Charles Law.
University Lectures: Count Carlo Sforza, former Minister of Foreign
Affairs of Italy, will deliver a series of four lectures (in -English) in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre at 4:15 p. m. as follows:
Friday, March 24-The Responsibilities of the World War.
Monday, March 27-Men and Parties of the Present European Policy.
Friday, March 31-Dictatoships in Europe.
Monday, April 3-French and Germans.
These lectures are under the auspices of the Carnegie Endowment for
International Peace. The public is cordially invited.
Faculty Rifle Shoot at 7:30 p. in., R:O. T. C. Hrs. All Faculty mem-
bers cordially invited.
Chinese Students Club business and social meeting at Lane Hall, 7:30
p. m. All fellow members are urged to be present.
Russian Student Club business meeting, 8 p. i., Room 302 Michigan
Union. All members invited.
Crftsmen: Practice meeting at 7:30 p. m., Masonic Temple. Must
work both sections in preparation for degree Saturday night.
Baptist Guild Banquet, 6:30, at Baptist Church. Avery Albert Shaw,
LL.D. President of Denison University, will be the speaker. Subject, "Thun-
der and Dawn." Dial 7332 for reservations before Noon.
flarris Hall: Rehearsals for "Everyman" in Saint Andrew's Church
today: 3 p. m. Death, 7 p. in. Ensemble, 9 p. m. Narrators, Saturday 11 a. in.
Knowledge and Good Deeds, James Doll, Director.
Orthodox Jewish Students: Regular Friday evening services will be
held at the Hillel Foundation today promptly at 5:30 p. m. Rabbi Heller
Iotiniuce Journal Club will meet Monday, March 27, at 4:10 in R.L.
108. Mr. F. W. Gravit will speak on "The Student Life of Nicolas Claude
Fabri de Peiresc," and Professor Rovillain, on "L'Essence de la pensee du
dix-huitieme siecle francais." Graduate students and others interested are
Graduate Outing Club: All graduates and friends. Meet on steps of
Angell Hall Saturday at 2:30 p. m. for Supper Hike along the Huron River.
Will get back around seven. Bring fifteen cents.
Undergraduate Outing Club is to have a party at Sylvan Estates Golf
Club on Saturday, March 27. Truck leaves Michigan League at 1:15 p. m.
Members telephone their reservations to Miss McCormick, Michigan League.
Price 50 cents for transportation and supper.
Dance For Graduate Students: Saturday, March 25, at the Women's
Athletic Building from nine until twelve p. m. Admission 30 cents.-
Faculty Women's Club will meet in the West Gallery of Alumni Mem-
orial Hall Thursday, March 30, at three o'clock. The Art Section will be
in charge of the exhibit and tea to which the Michigan Dames have been
invited as guests of the Club.
University Men: The Upper Room Bible Class invites you to enjoy an
hour of fellowship and Bible study in the Upper Room, Lane Hall, Saturday,
7:30 p. m. to 8:30 p. m. Mr. Chapman will speak on the Valuation of
Lutheran Students: The second lecture on "Evolution" by Professor
Alfred H. Meyer of Valparaiso University will be delivered Sunday eve-
ning, March 26, for the Student Club of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. This
lecture is by request of the students. Supper served at 6 and the lecture will
be delivered at 6:30.
Liberal Students' Union: Neil Staebler, candidate for Alderman, will
speak on "Issues in the Coming City Election." Unitarian church, Sunday,
God, Religion, and Humanism" will form the topic of the discussion
panel by Professor A. H. Wood, Katherine Greene, Roy W. Sellars, and
John F. Shepard, at the morning church services.
Smith And Knight
Victors In 15-10
For Class A Title
Alpha Delta Phi annexed the Class
A Interfraternity basketball title
last night by defeating Theta Chi 16
to 11. The Alpha Delts got the lead'
at the first quarter and were never
headed throughout the remainder of
Boden tied the score at 10-all late
in the third period but the winners
took the next tip-off to score, Bill
Smith registering the goal which
made the championship certain for
Alpha Delta Phi.
The only time that the Thetas
were in the lead was early in thet
first period. The losers played fast
but failed totake advantage of the
only lax defense the winners dis-
played. The A. D.'s steadied and were
impregnable throughout the re-
mainder of the contest.
Bill Smith and Knight starred for
the winners. Smith was high point
man with 6 scores. He shared honors
with Bob Fuoss of the Theta Chis,
Fuoss registered the outstanding shot
of the night, a long torn from mid-
court just before the end of the first
Both teams appeared nervous be-
fore the crowd and the game was
fast and hard, being marked by nu-
merous fouls. The officials kept the
game under control, however, han-
In a smashing fifth-game rally -
at the Intramural open house last
night, Alpha Kappa Lanbd volley- After a gruelling set which went
ball team eked out a win over Delta to 12-10 before a lecisive game could
Alpha Epsilon to win the Interfra-
ternity volleyball championship. be won, Daniel Kean managed to get
In the match of five games, A.K.L. the first chapter, and then defeat his
took the first two and D.A.E. cap- opponent Ralph Baldwin in straight
tured the next two to tie the score sets. The final reading on the match
in games and create some excitement. for the All-Campus singles tennis
The last game saw D.A.E. run up a title was 12-10; 6-3; 6-4.
lead in the early period, and then The score tells the whole story.
A.K.L. flashed some excellent front- Both players started at top speed
line work to take the deciding vic- and wore themselves out on the first
tory by 15-9. part of the match.
Dy a an; !z6 itJ. LWaUi s 'v Led by Ross Bain and Monty Brett
on a forfeit.; 135 lb. Leuzner,
ion by a fall; 145 lb. Sweet, '35, the Sigra Chis defeated Delta Tau
with a fall; 155 lb. Miesel, '36, Delta 18-16 for the Class B Inter-
fall: 165 lb. Higbie, '36E,. won fr-ternity cage title. The game ended
time advantage of 2 min. 26 with the score knotted 16-16, and
unlimited class, Neafus, '36, won Brett sank the winning basket in the
fall. last minute of the overtime perioC,
the All-Campus fencing finals, Kohl of the Delts and Fischlcy of
e won the foils and sabre chain- the Sigma Chis were high point
hips, but lost out in an extra scorers of the contest, each leaving
to Mason for the epee title. Bas- I the floor with 6 points chalked after
and Engel placed second and his name.
I respectively in the foils; Willis In another batlc that went into
in the epee; and Strutsman an overtime period, the Freshman
Maloy took second and third in Physical Education team downed the
Sabre. Bluebird Independent group 25-21.
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THE JU N I OR GIRLS' PLAY
IS A CAMPUS TRADITION
dling it well.
Alpha Delta Phi G
Holmes, rf .......... 1
Hunt, c ............ 0
Knight, lg .......... 2
Markley, rg ......... 1
Theta Chi G
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Earle, rf............ 0
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Tillotson, lg........ 0
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Hiliurger And Friedman
Win; Dorsey Keeps Title
Smashing through to a 21-20 vic-
tory in the rubber game of the
match, Hillburger and Friedman
nosed out Lundberg and Taylor to
annex this years' All-campus cham-
pionship in the handball doubles
Doctor Dorsey successfully defend-
ed his title in the faculty singles
division by downing Jones in two
contests which resulted in scores of
CHICAGO, March 23.-(Big Ten)
--A University of Chicago professor
is attempting to make geometry a
popular and interesting subject. He
has written a text book in which
theorems are applied to football.
Last Times Today-"Arrowsmith"
Saturday Only-Tom Keene in
"BEYOND THE ROCKIES"
ROGERS - GAYNOR
------- Guest Feature
ME AND MY GAL"
MAJ ESTIC Tomorrow!
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IS A CAMPUS TRADITION
"TWO BLACK CROWS IN AFRICA"
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DESCENT OF OLYMPUS
man has made the first descent on
skis of the Turkish Mt. Olympus,
which rises 8,125 feet above sea level
in Broussa province.
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