THE MICHIGAN DAILY
kL BULLETIN President Rloosevelt Signing uscle Shol perati on Bill
dtive notice to all members of thes1
T' the Assistant to the President until
MAY 25, 1933 N.7
of the University Chor al Union are *"'
ie chorus should be re.tur ned to the "> ~ ;"
uric, Maynaid Street, on or before£ r
$2.50 will be paid to those returning
refunds will be mnade.
ni are avaliable in the office of the
)Ur last opportunity to pay class dlues
e lobby of Angeil Hall between 10:00
been received. by the Dean of Stu-
A. A. SLUDGE, PRES.
BUREAU, CHIICAGO, ILL. .:?"""":""': :; :.*
May 23, 1933;
is._ letter on your bulletin board?-Ascae ,Pitr
men who wish to be employed at the Ending a 13-year contest over disposition of the Muscle Shoals power and nitra'te development Presi-
sume mnts.dent. Roosecvelt signed the Norris-Hill bill calling for government operation of thc piojeet and broad.c *-
[ OFOBTAINING SITUATIONS, velopment of the entire Tennessee Valley. Left to right: Senator Smith, cfi uhCrln;Rpceitv
SOFMcSwain, of South Carolina; Senator MfcKellar, of r'cncssee; !llgcoI, Olivicr, and lfl, f AI-ib. ni;anld
THAI 577UN V 12, T AVENUE Senator Norris, of Nebraska. Looking ever Senator c rs' slicuhk'r is Rcpresenta Live Ai~dnon, oil Il ;_ama,
['HN JNE 2, 933 -in whose district Mu Lscle Shoals lies.
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RIDE A BIKE--Phone 6553, Russel
Reed, Camden Court, oppositec
Women's Athletic Building.
ing of European architectural and landscape subjects, by Professor Roger
B~ailey, is now on exhibition in the Architectural Building. Open daily 9
to 5, excepting Sundays, until further notice.
Applied. Mechanics Colloquiuzn: Mr. W. H. Taylor---"Some Studies on
the Flutter of Airfoils. and Propellers." Prof. R. A. Dodge-"Flotation in
Flowing Water," at 7:30 p. m. in Room 445 West Engineering Building. All
interested are cordially invited to attend and take part in the discussion.
Political Science Journal Club meets in the Political Science Seminar
Room from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m.
Motion Studies: An illustrated lecture on Motion Studies in Industry
w ill be given by Mr. F. J. Can Poppelen of the Cadillac Motor Car Co., in
Room 316. Michigan Union, 8:00 p. m. Anyone interested in this phase
o~t labor management is cordially invited to attend,
Le Cercle lFraneais: Important meeting at 7:30 in the Michigan
League. All members are urged to be present. Short program and refresh-
"Importance of Being Earnest." The class in the Oral Interpretatoin
of Dramatic Literature will give a review of Oscar Wilde's "The Import-
ance of Being Earnest," at 7:30 p. m. in the Laboratory Theatre. This is
free to the public. This review will be given without special scenery, and
the cast will be changed for each of the three acts.
A.I.Ch.E.: Meeting today. Professor Brier~ will speak on "Paint and
Lacquer." Ref reshments.
Life Saving for Women: Senior Life Saving Tests will be givenl in (,he
-Union Pool tisii (veiiiigat 8:15.
Varsity Glee Club: Final rehearsal of the year, 7:30 p. in., Union.
,Kindly arrange to be present; important matters "'will be discussed.
University Girls' Glee Club: Final meeting of the club AT 5 O'CLOCK
ATr THE LEAGUE. It will be given entirely over to business discussions.
Thus it is IMPERATIVE THAT ALL members attend.
Michigan Technic Staff and Tryouts: Last meeting of the semester
in Room 3046. East Engineering Building, 7:30 p. mn. Tryout exam will
be given after meeting. Tryouts must be present.
Lunlieni eetu~:Luncheon meeting of the Alumni Club Scholar-
ship women Friday af 12 noon in Russian Tea Room, Michigan League.
Crafts.,enz: Annual banquet Friday night at 6:30, Masonic Temple. All
members expiected to be present.
Seeh i3 ones
Members of the six classes in
Speech 31, beginning course in
speech, have elected their respective
candidates for the speech contest to
decide the best speaker in the course.
The contest will be held at 3:15 p. m.
today in the Laboratory Theatre.
Those chosen are George Hall, '35,
Robert S. Ward, '35, Orvil Aronson,
'34, Reimer Schacht, '34, Clark
Schell, '35, and Warren Mayo, '34.
The representatives have been se-
lected as the best speakers in their
classes by their classmates. Each will
have five minutes in which to deliver
an address of his own choosing. The
winner will be awarded a gold medal
by the University Oratorical Asso-
Presbyterian S t u d e n t Appoint-
ments: Monday, May 29, there will
be a dinner and a dance held at
Huron Hills Country Club for Pres-
byterian Students and their friends.
This will be the last get-together for
the year. All those interested call
6005 to make reservations for the
dinner and transportation.
__=Today and Friday -
Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell in
"Tess of the Storm Country"
WANTIED TO BUY MEN'S4 OLD
AND NEW SUI'TS AND OVER-
COA'TS. Will pay 3, 4, 5, to 3, 9
dollars. Phone Ann Arbor, 4306.
Chicago Buyer. 34c
TYPING-Notes,y Papers, and Grad.
theses. Clyde Hleckart, 3423. 35x
ing promptly and neatly done in
our shop by experienced operators,
at moderate rates. 0. D. Morrill,
The Typewriter & Stationery Store,
314 S. State St. 101X
STUDENT - And ramlly washing
careful work at lowest prices. Ph.
LAUNDRY -- Soft water. 2-1044.
Towels free. Socks darned. 13c
READE T'IERCE'S MUSIC
Every Wednesday, Friday,
Saturday and Sunday
WITH YOUR MEALS
HAVE--Your snap shots cieveloped
at Francisco Boyce, 719 N. Univer-
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FOR RENT-House suitable for fr--
ternity at 1022 1Forest. 1Iquire,
Mrs. Spaulding, 210' S. '1'haye ,
LOST-'-Signet rin , with iinitial ",>".
Sunday between Main Library tand
M. Union. Phone 7941.
HERE AND TllERE
Observings from here ;and there ,.
Gum chewing increases theu peppi-
ness of the, gum chewer aboutt eight
peer, cent, says a Colgate psychology.
professor . . . Yale students are paid
$2 by a local undertaker every time
they act as pall bie rers--Loyola Uni-
versity will oifer a course next yeai;,
for underwriters a n d insurancer
agents leading to a defree-
M ichigan League Ballroom
AY 2'7 9-12
Tickets $1.00 at League Desk
and Angell Hall
in a Stirring drama
216 South Fourth
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Personal Laundry Service
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25/() Discouint for Cash and Carry
Everyone knows PRICES ARE ADVANCING especially leather prices
Offers you a rare opportunity to save real money on Footwear
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NEW SPRING SH!OES
We must greatly reduce our large stock before
college closes. Here are prices that sure do the j
work. Whites, Browns, Blacks and Two Tonies
for Street, Dress, or sport wear.
Valites $5.00 to $10.0M BUY NOW
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FOCETO CUT 0OWN OUR HEAVY S' OC EFORE COLLEGE CLOSES
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