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April 02, 1933 - Image 6

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I Michigan Leaue at 0:30 a. in. All 'Iead of the Department of C
R.F.C. Loan, W et City Socialists )ArYinOcFd.tdscri eb Uflynthepolar
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Amendment Are Not Extreme, BULLETIN The Seve" astWords bof Christ.
by Theodore Dubois, will be sung in Adclphi House of Represec
____T___ __ its entirety by the choir of the Regular meeting Tuesday,.
B i efore V ot rsy v4o9 S e romP Church of Christ Disciples, corner fourth floor Angell Hall at 7:
Hill and Tappan, at the 7:30 service. discussion in the open forum
s-rved at 6 o'clock, the lecture be-. on "Watkins and Coughlin i
State And Local IsuCs The platform of the Ann Arbor gins at 6:30. COMNG EVENTS finances." Visitors are welco
Fce Citizefs AL Polls Socialist party is not radical, it is Lur sin The public is invited to visit the
only sensible, Prof. Roy W. Sellars, . Se Angell Hall Observatory (fifth floor) Military Ball Committee:I
omorruw head of the philosophy departm nin in accord with the Lenten pro- from 7:30 to 10:00 on Monday eve- Monday afternoon at 5 o'
- - and candidate for alderman from the gram, Rev. C. E. Hoffsten, pastor of ning, April 3, to observe the moon, the R.O.T.C. Building. All r
Continued from Page t Seventh Ward on the Socialist ticket, Bethlehem Swedish Lutheran Church, Children must be accompanied by are requested to be present
said. Detroit, will speak on the subject, adults decisions with regard to o
promised the city a business admin- -."Behold the Man." The club meets____ and programs will be made.
istration" and its share in the "new The strike of the we;fare workers i in the parlors of Zion Parish Hall, -condmicsgClmsmeetingeonad.
deal." E. E. Lucas, alderman from for higher wages and payment in corner of Washington Street andd Economics Club meeting n Mon-
the third ward, Republican, is op- cash during the past few days mdi- Fifth Avenue. Discussion group at 30y eMn Uio, Mr 7 uumucom Sophomore Engineers: I
posed by William Murray, Democrat, I cates that workers are in harmony 4:00; Social half-hour at 5:30; Sup- 302, Michigan Union" Mr. Susumu' class meeting on Tuesday, A
former probate judge, for the presi- with the idea expressed, in the So- per at 6:00: (rd Speaker at 6:30 Kobe wil speak on The National 11 o'clock. i s is an oec
dency of the Common Council. City cialist platform, Profe sor Sellars Transportation Committee. Mem- meeting and all sophomore e
Clerk Fred Perry, Republican, is op- said. He advocates payazent in cash ilki Fo ndation services at 11:15 bers of the faculties and graduate are expected to be present.,
posed for re-election by Carl Sanzi, for regular work done by welfare in the League Chapel. Rabbi Leon students of the Department of Eco- dents having classes at that]
Democrat. William Gerstner, Demo- dependents. Frm of Temple Beth El in Detroit, dministration, as hooll os others Ad- officially excused.
crat, opposes Herbert Crippen, Re- "They are doing work just as any- guest speaker, will talk on "The Dyb- esed, will be welcome.
publican, running for re-election as one else, and they should be paid buk-An Interpretation." ,mPlay-reading Section of ,
city assessor. wages, not disguised charity," he Woman's Research Club: Meeting ulty Women's Club will enter
s Photo Louis Gomberg, young attorney stated. "I believe the average man Liberal Students Union: Rabbi Ber- on's Riser, Clu: M.ein Monday Evening Drama
Chicago, and formerly newspaper correspon- can budget his wage without out- nard Heller will discuss the attitude Mday, Bpild3, g. 73p. in. Tuesday afternoon at 2:15,
Chcg, n orel ewppr orson f dl Hte owr heJws 3024 Museums Building. Mrs. Mary Grn ais omo h
traveler, dent here for Detroit papers, who side help. If a man proves himself of Adolf Hitler toward the JewishC. Van Tuyl will speak on "Studies iGrand Rapids Room of the
nnection entered the race at the primary by incompetent to do so there is time race in the recent German activities. Monocular Perception of Distance.," gan League.
sador to the use of stickers, is the Demo- enough to supervise his expenditures Unitarian church, 7:30 o'clock. -° -.
cratic nominee for justice of the then." At the morning church service, Dr. Geological and Geographical Jour- Michigan Dames: All tho
_ peace, running against the incum- "Paying workers in cash instead J. T. Sunderland will speak on nal Club meeting on Thursday, April ested in playing progressivec
bent Jay H. Payne, Republican. of scrip," Professor Sellars said, "World Brotherhood." 6, at 8 p. m., Room 2054 N.S. Prof. bridge meet at the Michigan
etS For the first time in the city's his- "would certainly not cost the city - K. C. McMurry will speak on "Some Monday evening, April 3, pro
tory the Socialist party has entered any more and would allow the work-, Reformed and Christian Reformed New Concepts in the Land Utiliza- eight o'clock. Those who h
a slate of candidates for positions on ers to seek bargains at any store Students: Rev. Hofmeyer of Grand tion Problem," and Dr. R. B. New- made reservations phone 484(
111 the Common Council. The alderman rather than be forced to patronize Rapids, will conduct services at the a come will speak on "The Oil and vwill be no charge.
candidates are as follows: First Ward a few establishments." I Gas Industry in Michigan." All in-
-Redmond Burr, Republican; Ed- Socialist candidates who are elect- terested are invited to attend. Michigan Technic Staff a
(ward M. Couper, Democrat; Neil ed will try to influence the city to andh 0 e outs: All petitions must be cc
Staebler, Socialist. Second Ward- obtain funds from the State or Fed- j Physics Colloquium: Mr. Arthur and turned in at the oflce
___Albert J. McDonald, Republican; eral government for construction of Adel will talk on "The Infrared Spec- p. m. Monday. Staff meetig
Donald Mayer, Democrat; Edward E. a sewage disposal plant. This would Motion Pictures: Michigan, "42nd trum of the Carbon Dioxide Mole- nesday, 7:30 p. m.
nse Linton, Socialist. Third Ward-Wil- provide real work for men that are Street;" Majestic, "Perfect Under- cule," at 4:15 p. in. Tuesday, in Room
s of se- lam Housel, Republican; Carl Es- now on city welfare, Professor Sellars standing;" W u e r t h, "Hard To 1041, East Physics Building. All in- Michigan Dames: Regular
slinger, Democrat. Fourth Ward- believes. Handle;" Monday, "Kameradschaft," terested are cordially invited to at- meeting on Tuesday evenin
n Pacific Herman Folske, Republican; Max - 18:15 p. m. Lydia Mendelssohn Thea- tend. 4, at eight o'clock at Wesl
ns istttgeh. rism er t- Ratre corner of Huron and State

April 4,
30. The
will be
clock in
as final
pril 4, at
ial class
All stu-
hour are
he Fac-
rtain the
in the
se inter-
mptly at
ave not
6. There
.d Try-
by 9:00
ag Wed-
g, April
ey Hall,

6ampie UonsIdertng
Dismissal Of Keller
Judge George W. Sample yester-
day in Circuit Court heard Prose-
cutor Albert J. Rapp ask for the dis-
missal of the case against Katherine
Keller, convicted as an accessory
after the fact in the torch murders,
and decided to take the prosecutor's
petition under consideration.
Sample said he would withhold his
decision until he had made a more
detailed study of the case, particu-
larly inquiring into a report that
Miss Keller, with Fred Smith, had
planned to kill her uncle, Judge D. C.

Recitals: Palmer Christian, 4:15
p. m., Hill Auditorium.
Lectures: President Robert. Hut-
chins of Chicago University, "The
Higher Education In America" 7:30
p. m., Methodist Church; Prof. Carl
L. Dahlstrom, "Thoughts On The
Spring Parley," 6:15 p. m., Harris
Hall; Count Sforza, "French And
Germans," 4:15, Monday Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre.f
Receptions: Wesley Hall, 9:15 p.
m., President Alexander G. Ruthven
and Mrs. Ruthven; for faculty mem-
bers and other residents of Ann Ar-

Junior Research Ciub: Dr. Charles
Brown, "Modern Scientific Support of
Ancient Humoral Theories of Dis-
Prof. Arthur D. Moore, "Interpola-
tion and Mean Ordinate."
Tuesday, April 4, at 7:30 p. m. in
Room 2082 Natural Science.
Luncheon For Grauuaie Students
on Tuesday, April 4, in Russian Tea
Room of Michigan League. Cafeteria
service. Professor William H. Hobbs,

with the Homecoming group in
charge. Mrs. Sara Coolidge, Direc-
tor of the Home Economics Depart-
ment of the Detroit Free Press will
demonstrate oven cooked meals in
the model kitchen, equipment for
which she is bringing with her from
Note the change in the meeting
place from Lane Hall as announced
to Wesley. Subsequent meetings will
be held at the Michigan League as


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Curtis, of Ypsilanti. V !Exhibits: Work of Mexican Artists,
.__ 1:30 to 5 p. m., Alumni Memorial
The first Hillel Sunday night sup- Plays: Selections from "Saint
per will be held at G:15 p. m. to- Joan," 4 and 8 p. in., Lydia Mendel-
night in the Russian Tea Room of ssohn Theatre.
the League. Guests will buy their
supper in the cafeteria and carry it political science department will be
across the hall to the tea room. the speaker of the evening. His sub-
Professor Joseph R. Hayden of the ject will be J7,pan and The League."

Est. 1863
Member Federal Reserve System,
Under U. S. Government

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