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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

since this is the last dininer meeting
of the year. Shingles for the Spring
initiates will be given out at this
time.
Alpha Nu meets in the Alpha Nu
Moom, fourth floor of Angell Hall, at
7:30. All members to be present for
final business meeting and election
of officers.
Varsityv and: Rehearsal at Mor-
ris Hall at 7:15 p. in. Concert at 7:00
p. in. Wednesday in full uniform.
Literature Group of the Faculty-
Student Fcrum meets at the League
at 8:00 p. m.
Horse Show: Competitois start
from Barbour Gymnasium at 3:30
today. Free transportation.
Spectators start from the North
University Avenue entrance of the
League. Bus leaves at 3:50 p. m.
Twenty cents for the round trip.
Freshman Women: The singing
chorus for the Freshman Lantern
Dance will rehearse at the League
Ballroom at 3:00. The tap chorus will
rehearse at the W.A.A. building at
3:30.
Christian Sciene Organization
meets at eight o'clock this evening in
the chapel of the Michigan League
building. All faculty and students in-
terested are invited to attend.
Camera Club: Last meeting of the
year. Room 206 of West Engineering
Bldg., 8:00 p. m. Mr. Penney of East-
man Kodak Co. will give a talk and
demonstration on Eastman Papers.
All are welcome.
Hindustan Club: Special meeting
at 8 p. m. Lane hall, for election of
new officers.
Gargoyle Business Staff and Try-
outs: There will be an important
meeting this afternoon at 4:00 in the
Student Publications Building.
COMING EVENTS
Chemistry Colloquium: Wednesday,
May 24, 3:50 p. in. First paper at
4:05 p. m., "The dipole moment on
some inorganic molecules" by Mary G.
Malone. Second paper, "The Mech-
anism of thetransfer of electrolytic
hydrogen and oxygen through thin
metal electrodes" by G. Bubternal.
Research Club: Meeting will be
held in Room 2528 East Medical
Building Wednesday, May 24, 8:00
p. in. The following papers will be
presented: Prof. James Glover-"De-
preciation on an Actuarial Basis."
Prof. H. T. Price-"The Problem of
Titus Andromicus." There will be a
short meeting of the Council at 7:30
p. i.
Motion Studies: An illustrated lec-
turer on Motion Studies in Industry
will be given by Mr. F. J. Van Pop-
pelen of the Cadillac Motor Car Co.,
in Room 316, Michigan Union, 8:00
p. in., Thursday, May 25. Anyone in-
terested in this phase of labor man-
agement is cordially invited to at-
tend.
A Lecture: "Application of Hy-
draulics to Machine Tools" by C. A.
Birkebak, Chief Engineer of the Ex-
Cell-O Aircraft and Tool Corporation,
will be given under the auspices of
Shop 7 Class (Jig and Fixture De-
sign) on Wednesday, May 24,, at 8
p. in. in Room 1042 of the East En-
gineering Building. The public is cor-
dially invited.
A. I. Ch. E. Meeting Thursday, May
25. Professor Brier will speak on
"Paint and Lacquer." Refreshments.
Adelphi House of Representatives
annual banquet Wednesday, May 24
at the League. All members make
reservations with J. Moekle or R.
Sawyer.

Quarterdeck Society initiation at
3:30 p. m. Wednesday in the Naval
Tank andthe banquet promptly at
6:00 in the Union.
School of Education Juniors, Sen-
iors and Faculty Members: The an-
nual picnic given by the Seniors will
be held at Silver Lake on Wednesday,
May 24. Meet at the Ingalls St. en-
trance of the Michigan League build-
ing at 4:15. Transportation will be
provided.
An Examiner's Training Course in
Red Cross Life Saving will be con-
ducted by Mr. Robert F. Eaton, Field
Representative for First Aid and Life
Saving Service, Midwestern area, this
week Thursday, Friday and Saturday
from 3:00 to 6:00 afternoons in the
Intramural Building. All interested in

Fliers Plan Trans-Atlantic Flight

Wheeler Will Speak At
Adelphi Annuall Banqulet here oG

A talk by Mr. Benjamin M. Wheel-
er of the history department will
feature the annual Adelphi House of
Representatives banquet which will
oe held at 6:15 p. in. tomorrow in
he League. The banquet marks the
lose of the year's activities.
Robert N. Sawyer, '33, retiring
speaker of the house, will receive
the honor award for his services to
the organization. J. C. Hall. Milton
Kramer, James Davis, and William
Caplan will be given Freshmen De-
bating Keys. E. Jerome Pettit, '35,
will serve as toastmaster.
EIGHTEEN GUNS STOLEN
Eighteen guns, ranging from small
caliber rifles to large gauge shotguns,
were stolen early yesterday morning
from the Sanford Hardware Store
at Milan.
The thieves, who gained entry
through a back window in the store,
have not as yet beeal apprehended.

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Dramatic Season: "Another Lan-
uage." 8:15 p. in., Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre.
Motion Picf ures: "Story of the
Census," 4 p. m., Natural Science,
Auditorium: Michigan, "Elmer the
Great," and Henry Santrey and or-
chestra: Majcstic, "Central Airport;"
Wucrth, "Call Her Savage."
Lecture: Dr. K. G. Emeleus, "Fara-
day Dartk Space," 4:15 p. im., 1041
East Physics Building.
ihorse Show: Bus lcaives North
University Avenue entrance of the
League 3:50 p. in.
Exhibitions: International water
colors, 9 a. in. to 5 p. m., West Gal-
lery, Alumni Memorial Hall; sculp-
ture by the students of Prof. Avard
Fairbanks, Women's League Build-
ing; works by members of the fac-
ulty of the architectural college, 9
a. in. to 5 p. m., Architecture Build-
ing.

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-AssociatediPress Photos
Cesare Sabelli and Assen Jordanoff are shown beside the plane in
which they plan to take off from Roosevelt Field, N. Y., on a trans-
Atlantic flight. They have not revealed their destination.

State Forestry
Camps Will Be
Started Soon
LANSING, May 22.-Five camps
of 200 men each for the purpose of
carrying on improvements in State
conservation projects, will be estab-
lished this summer, it was an-
nounced today by the Michigan De-
partment of Conservation.j
The work to be done on the forest
lands of the state through these
camps will include building fire-
breaks and towers, constructing
trails, wood roads, doing forest re-
search, planting trees, carrying: on
tree disease and insect control, and
similar work of a constructive and
protective nature.
The five camps will be located in
the Higgins Lake State Forest, the
Mackinac State' Forest, the Hard-
wood State Forest, Gogebic Lake
Forest, and the Escanaba River
Track. ...,
The camps to be operated in con-
junction with State projects, the
conservation department has an-
nounced, will function in the same
manner as the camps which have
been established in Federal units.
tThey will be under U. S. army regu-
lations and all -the workers will be
employed through the systems that
have been set up and operated by
the Federal organization.
VAN TYNE STUDYING WARBLER
Dr. Josselyn Van Tyne, curator of
birds of the Museum of Zoology, is
now studying the nesting habits and
life history of the Kirtland Warbler,
a species of birds which nests exclu-
sively in northern Michigan and
winters in the Bahamas.
Norman A. Wood, curator-emer-
itus of birds of the Museum of Zo-
ology, discovered the first warbler
nest 20 years ago in the part of
northern Michigan where the entire
species nest.
personally interviewing Mr. Eaton
may meet him Wednesday afternoon
2:30 to 4:00.
Michigan Socialist Club: Mr. Tar-
ini Sinha will outline the rise of the
Labor Party in England under the
title "Labor in Parliament," on Wed-,
nesday, May 24, at 8:00 in the Mich-
igan Union. The public is invited.
Michigan Dames: The Music
Group will meet at 8:00 p. in. Wed-
nesday, May 24, with Mrs. G. D. Hur -
rell, 722 Arbor Street. Mrs. Ashley is
in charge of the program which will
be a study and presentation of Ger-
man music. Anyone interested in the
subject is welcome to attend. Final
meeting of the year.

Band Concert
Will Be Give
OnDiagonal
A program termed "ideally suited"
for outdoor presentation has been
planned by Prof. Nicholas D. Fal-
cone for the second of a series of
three bandstand concerts by the
Varsity Band. Weather permitting,
the 70-piece concert organization
will give the concert at 7:15 p. m.
tomorrow on the bandstand in the
center of the Diagonal Walk.
A group of five seniors in Profes-
sor Falcone's classes will direct the
band for the concert. This is in line
with the bandmaster's policy of giv-
ing advanced students an opportu-
nity to lead a full band in public.
The first general public perform-
ance in this country of Donatelli's
"Symphonic March No. "37" will take
place at this concert. This typical
Italian symphonic military march
was written by a former teacher of
Professor Falcone ,and the Michigan
bandmaster possesses the only copy
of the score in this country. The
band played this number at the re-
cent State championship high school.
debate, but this will be the first
performance before the general pub-
lic.
The program has been designed
along the lines of the outdoor night
concerts by the great Continental
musical organizations. Works of
Gounod, S t r a u s s, Delibes, and
Tschaikowsky will be features of the
concert.
The band's program will be as fol-
lows: Falcone: "M Men" march;
Gounod: overture, "La Reine de
Sava;" S t r a u s s: "Kuenstlerleben
(Artist's Life)" waltz; Donatelli:
Symphonic March No. 37; Delibes:
"March and Procession of Bacchus;"
Tschaikowsky: "Marche Slave;" Gay-
ley: "The Yellow and Blue."
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trimmed with gold metal-work.
Contained compact, and Michigan
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IN PERSON

ON THE STAGE

MICHIGAN'S OWN
HE:NRY SANTREY
and His 14 Soldiers of Fortune
With
A BIG COMPANY OF SINGERS, DANCERS, COMEDIANS
featuring ESTELLE FRATES
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Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre

nsus" showing how the vast amount I Hot Ham and Egg
us is tabulated by meal's of electric Sandwich 1 Oc
the Natural Science Auditorium on OPEN ALL NIGHT
iterested is invited to attend. BALTIMORE DAIRY LUNCH
Across fromAngell Hall
meeting at 7:30 p. m., Room 3201 L

low l

TONIGHT 8:15
MATINEE TOMORROW at 3:15

One of America's First Acting Companies

MAJESTIC-Last Times Today
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