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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

9:30 - Student Classes at the Powers: Sheperd's Song; Blake:
Church House. The Barnyard Conversation (Yvonne
10:30 - Morning Worship. Theme, Rinck); Harding: The Donkey Ride
"Religious Vitality." (William N e w c o m b); Marschal-
5:30 - Social' Hour and Supper. Loepke: A Wild Rose (Jean Wat-
6:30 - Student Forum. "How could son); Hamer: A Canoe for Two
we start a cosmopolitan Cultural (Teddy Hildebrandt); Davies: In
Center in Ann Arbor?" Mr. Hall- Hanging Gardens (Mary Newcomb);
stead. Jensen: The Mill (Elsie Jensen);

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N. U. HONORS SUNDERLAND
EVANSTON, Ill., June 3.-(Spe-
cial)-The honorary degree of doctor
of laws was conferred today on Prof.
Edson R. Sunderland of the Univer-
sity of Michigan Law School by
Northwestern University. Professor
Sunderland has been attending
Northwestern's 75th commencement
exercises here as guest of the uni-
versity.

TO LECTURE IN JAPAN
Prof. Otto La Porte of the physic
department will leave June 10 fo
Japan, where he will lecture of
theoretical physics. This will be th
second time Professor La Porte ha
accepted an invitation to lecture i:
Japan.

Baptist Guild, Sunday, 12:00, last
regular session of study group; Mr.
Chapman in charge. 6:00 p. m. Lastl
stated devotional meeting; Miss
Florence Hwang, '34M, will speak.
Wesley H a l1: Sunday. Senior
Meeting at "The Meadows." Speaker
-Ralph Johnson, Alice Merrick,
John Brackett, Bill Corson, Chair-
man. Bob Hayes, Devotions. Cars
leave hall at 5:30 p. m. Sunday
classes with "Doc" Blakeman at 9:30
a. m.
First Methodist Church: At 10:45
Sunday, Dr. Morrison of Chicago will
speak on "THE CRISIS IN CHRIS-
TIANITY."
Lutheran students are urged to be
present at the Zion Parish Hall
sometime between 3 and 5 o'clock,
Sunday evening, that they may show
their appreciation to the ladies who
have cooked the meals for the past
year. There will be no regular meet-
ing or supper at this time, but tea
will be served.
Russian Student Club: Meeting
Sunday, June 4, at 7 p. m. Michigan
Union. Election of summer represen-
tative.
COMING EVENTS
Students' Recital: The following
program will be given by students of
Martha Merkle Lyon, Friday evening,
June 9, in Room 305 in the School
of Music Building, at 8 p. m.

Tschaikowsky : Song of the Lark
(Barbara DeFries) ;Thome: Mignon-
ne (Helen Schultz); Beaumont: Tar-
entelle (Helen Schmale); Beethoven:
Minuet in G; (Hazel Jensen); Olsen:
Serenade Op. 19 No. 2 (Dorothy
S e 11); Quartets Handel-Sartorio:
Largo from Xeres; Bizet-Timm:
Habenera from Carmen (Betty Ann
Chaufty, Helen Schmale, Barbara
DeFries, and ,Helen Schultz).
Charles A. Sink
Junior Research Club: Dr. W. W.
Bishop-"The Development of Re-
search Libraries in the United
States." Annual Dinner at 6:15 p. m.
Tuesday, June 6, at the Union.
University Symphony Orchestra:
The final rehearsal of the orchestrd
will be on Monday, June 5, at one-
thirty o'clock. Every member of the
organization is expected to attend
this rehearsal.
SECRETARIAL
C0,U RSES
SUMMER
Two months and longer -to meet
every d e m a n d. Thorough and
practical training for business po-
sitions. Free Placement Service.
Typewriting, Stenotypy, Snort-
hand, Bookeeping, Accounting.
Write -- or phone 7831- for free
catalog.
aAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
State & William Sts. Ann Arbor

A PERFECT ONE REAL
PARTY ENTERTAINMENT
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SEllNIOR K"NBALL
TICKETS $3,00
at the UNION, the LEAGUE, and
from COMMITTEE MEMBERS
ACE BRIGODE ALONG WITH
and His A FANCIFUL
14-PIECE BAND FLOOR SHOW
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W iy all the fancy names and fancy phrases?
Why all the shouting from the housetops? What
is there left when the smoke has cleared away?
Goldman Bros. have told Ann Arbor repeatedly
that whenever a new improvement in dry clean-
ing came along, Goldman Bros. would have it
for their customers ... and no time would be lost.
If you could refer back to Goldman Bros. adver-
tisements of January 8 and 9, 1933, you would
find there a simple, sincere announcement of
the ONLY major dry cleaning improvement to
be discovered so far this year. Goldman Bros.'
membership in the Miraclean Institute of the
United Stated and Canada made it possible to
give this service to Ann Arbor right away. And
this membership will enable Goldman Bros. to
give Ann Arbor quick notice of any future de-
velopments in the dry cleaning industry. Good
value does not require an army of blaring head-
lines to march steadily on and on.

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