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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Trocke lumen Huron Sts., Sunday evening, 7:30, on
AUruhlingsglaube Schubert the subject, "The Essentials of Civili-
'AL JBULLETTN
Du bist die Ruh zation." There will be discussion fol-
ictive notice to all inembers of the ruhlingsnacht lowing the talk and a social hour.
f the Asistant to tp Presdent Until Im Wunderschonen
Monat Mai Student-Walther League: Regular
are being maintained and since it is Aus Meinen Thranen Schumann meeting and social hour at the St.
urgent that accounts be settled at Spiessen Paul's Lutheran Church today, at
once. it is important that you co- Auftrage 5:30 p. m. Every one is cordially in-
operate with us at your earliest con- Mr. Hackett vited to attend.
veni ence. Suite for violin and Hillel Foundation: 11:15
Dues may be paid to any of the piano ..............Jack Conklin Hda ervicesdat th regular
following class officers or members Mr. Besekirsky and Mr. Brinkman Sunday serviceslat the League
of th Finnce ommitee:Chapel. Rabbi Heller will speak on
of the Finance Committee: Siciliana e burlesca for violin "Philosophies of History." 4:00 p. m.
Robert Fox 'cello and piano .......... Casella class in "Jewish Ethics" given by
Ken Mosier Mr. Besekirsky, Mr. Pick and Hirsch Hootkins at the foundation.
Red Underwood Mr. Brinkman
Nelson Drolard J-Hop Committee: An important
John Shannon Twilight Organ Recital: Professor meeting of the entire committee at
Donald Kintz Palmer Christian, University organ- 4 p. m. in the Union. Attendance of
Gerald Stewart ist, will play the following program all members is requested
Charles Mashner at the Twilight Organ Recital in Hill _____
C. A. Fram brg, Treasurer. Auditorium, Wednesday, January 24 Outing for Graduate Students:
at 4:15 o'clock. The publc with the There will be a short hike this
i Lamabda Theta will not meet on exception of small children is in- afternoon. The group will leave An-
Tuesday evening, Jan. 23, as pre- vited without admission charge: gell Hall at 3:00. All graduate stu-
viously announced. Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D dents welcome.
minor; Krebs: Trio in F; Gluck:
Graduatc Schopl: Advance regis- Lente; Bubeck: Fantasia; Hagg: Af-
tration of graduate students for the tonfrid; Gigout: Scherzo; Miller: "O Coming Events
second semester begins Monday, Jan- Zion"; Bonnett: Rhapsody Catalane. Botanical Journal Club will meet
uary 22, and continues through Sat- On account of examinations, re- Tuesday, Jan. 23, at 7:30 p. m. in
urday, January 27. The regular reg- citals will be discontinued until Wed- room 1139 N. S. Papers by Mr. Ben-
istration period is February 8, 9 and nesday, February 14. nett, Mr. Brodie, Miss Rudolphi, Dr
the morning of the 10th, and the
pyhen of e willtbe a d t LA. Smith, and Dr. Wehmeyer. All in-
payment of fees will be accepted at Lily Fos Recital: Lily Pons, So- terested are cordially invited.
that time s-prano of the Metropolitan Opera
fei g,sud taskr te Secretr of-Company, has submitted the follow- Aeolytes (Plilosophical Soviety)
Collsou tegetreareing program for her recital in the Professor G. Y. Rainich of the De-
d seSchool ofe of t Choral Union series in Hill Audito- partment of Mathematics will speak
uand seno thenofficealfthesrad-.f.rium, Monday evening, January 29: on "Foundations of Theory of Prob-
uate School an official transcript of Pergolesi: Se tu m'ami; Padre Mar- ability," Monday, January 22, 7:30
their undergraduate record. tini: Plaisir d'amour; Sir Henry in Room 202 South Wing.
G. Carl fluber, Dean Bishop: Lo, hear the gentle lark;
Verdi: Aria from "Rigoletto," "Caro .
Dance Club Rehearsals: Monday, 2 Nome"; Rimsky-Korsakoff: Air from Metallurgical Engineers Mr. Ni
p. in., water study; Tuesday 2 p. m., "The Czar's Bride," "Tu vois la bas"; A. Moore, Asst. General Manager o
water study; 2:45 p. in., gigue; 3 p. Rimsky-Korsakoff: The Rose and the the Sealed Power Corporation, wil
m., arensky; 3:30 p. m., scriabin Nightingale; Rossini: Aria from "The address the Metallurgical Group or
Barbour Gym. It is imperative that Barber of Seville," "Una voce poco Monday, January 22, at 7:15 p. m. ir
everyone be present. fa"; Saint-Saens: Theme varie; room 4215 East Engineering Building
Saint-Saens: Air from "Parysatis"; His subject will be concerned witl-
Sain-Sans: ir rom"Parsats";cupola o~eation in the production o
Academc Notices Delibes: Les Filles de Cadix; Doni-
zetti: Mad Scene from "Lucia di
Aeronautical Engineering 6 -Wind Lammermoor.,
Tupnl JLjboratory: The examination Varsity Glee Club: Very importan
in this course will be held on Mon- rehearsal at 7:30 p. m., Tuesday. N(
day, February 5, from 2:00 to 6:00 ,,verts Tody rehearsal on Thursday. All member
p. M., in Room 1Q42 East Engineering Stalker Hall: (participating in concert must be pres.
Building. If there are any students 12:15 Seminar on Applied Christian- ent.
for whom this period is unsatisfac- ity. The Study and Discussion
tory they should report to Professor of Jesus' Teaching on Sim- .Stump Sieakers' Society: St. Law
M. J. Thompson at once. plicity of living as it has a rence Seaway triangular debate b
bearing on modern behavior. Professors Menefee, Worley, and Pe
Reading Requirement in German 4:00 International Student Forum. terson next Wednesday at 7:45 in th
for 1r.,. Candidates: Candidates in Tea and informal discussion on Union. Open to public. Members, re
all fields except those of the na- plans for the next semester. member 'Ensian picture is to be take
tural sciences and mathematics must 6:00 Wesleyan Guild. Worship serv- Tuesday at 5:00, Dey's studio.
obtain the official certification of an ice including talk by Ernest
adequate reading knowledge of Ger- Angles, a Bolivian student, on Independent J-Hop Bootis: Ther
man by submitting to a written ex- "War in the Chaco." All wel- will be a meeting in room 302 of th
amination. given by the German De- come. Michigan Union Tuesday evening
partdent- 7:00 Fellowship and spper. Jan. 23, at 7:15 of all Independent
For the second semester this ex- supper. riiegs fa otho
amination yill begivenonWedne Presbyterian Student Appoint- the J-Hop. At this time an organiza
daUy, March 21 at 2 p. m. in Room ments: tion will be perfected and all detail
203 U. H. 9:30 Round Table discussion groups incident to the securing and furnish
Detailed information regarding the at the League. Continued dis- ing of a booth will be explained. J
examination can be secured at the cussion of the questions raised
office of the German Department. by Professor Leroy Waterman CONTINUOUS DA
inhi ecur two weesago.
Geology 31: Schedule for labora- 10:45 Servicehis lecture weesya
Servilcue the Presbyterian
tory make-up: Church, corner of Huron and
Monday 2-4 study period for mm- Division. Dr. Robert A. Clem-
erals, a lecture on the subject will ents from the Presbyterian
be given the first hour. Theological Seminary at Chi- NOW' HER LA
Mlonday 4-5 bluebook on minerals. ago is speaking. N W E f
Tuesday 2-4 topographic and ge- 5:30 Social Hour and Supper at the CA RLE
ologic map test.:3 church. CAR L E I
6:30 Forum - Mr. Dwight C. Long
Erzglis1,x207 will meet next week of the History Department isccBRI M
on Tuesday evening, January 23.wskeang about"Deen s B EF
R. W. Cowden. Austria" from which he has re- With GENE RAYMOND
cently returned.
Concerts Roger Williams Guild: At 6:00 FOX NEWS LEW WH
Faculty Concert: The program in p. n., Prof. Leroy Waterman, of the
Hill Auditorium this afternoon will department of Orienual Languages
be as follows: and Literature, will speak on "Man's _ -
Sonata in G major, Op. 78 Relation to the Infinite." The stu-
for violin and piano . . . .. Brahms dent group on social problems will
Mr. Besekirsky and Mr. Brinkman meet at Noon at the Guild HouseI
with Mr. Chapman. Mr. Sayles speaks

D HA PTMAN N at 10:45, the morning worship hour,A
on "What is there in Religion?";
VON ____
KOPE0NICK lPrris Hall: 9:30 a. m. Holy Com-
Mendelssohn Thedtre nunion, Williams Memorial Chapel.
Regular discussion group will meet at
the Hall this evening at seven o'clock.
Mr. Edwin G. Eklund of New York<
City will lead the discussion. All stu-
dents are cordially invited.
Saint Arndrew's Church: Services of
worship today are: 8:00 a. m. Holy
Communion; 9:30 a. M. Church
School: 11:00 a. in. Kindergarten; f
11:00 a. m. Morning Prayer and Ser-
mon by the Reverend Henry Lewis.
® Young People's Society of the
Church of Christ (Disciples) will hold
a meeting this evening at the
church. Lunch will be served at 6
p. m. promptly. It is urged that all
members attend, because important
business is to be transacted.
Prof. Carl E. Guthe, of the Depart-CA S
INNERlT[ AST ment of Anthropology, will address METRO CRASH IN
he Liberal Student's Union of the NRU
S ND IC H Unitarian Church, corner State and RUY
topped off with a -ii
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CHOCOLAT E IIsponsos Third L. I. D. Lecture
MALTE D
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h l'rried lunch.

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ATTRACTIVE DATE: A handsome
B.M.O.C., tired of campus over-
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cants must be reasonably well-
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Michigan Daily. 261
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1933, 1932, 1931, 1930 models. 12x
MONDAY and Wednesday: Shampoo
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marcels. Raggedy Ann Shop, 7561.
CORRECTION-The Daily wishes to
correct the mistake in Milton's, Inc.
advertisement, which appeared in
Saturday's Daily. It read "Suits,
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cuss aspects of R.O.T.C. R
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week's L.I.D. lecturer, will b
and discuss with the group.
Michigan Dames: The
Group will meet in the Alum
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January 23, at eight o'clo
auction and contract will bi
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The Story of
"THE CONQUEST
OFEVEREST"
Chapter I. About TH E FEAT ACCOMPLISHED
VEREST! Man for years has attacked it, sacrificed his life to
penetrate its secrets -and failed. But at last, overriding
the winds, man's art has torn a veil from nature's final terrestrial
secret. The uttermost peak is no longer.0 On April 3d last the
conquest of Everest was nade
by the two aeroplanes of the
Houston-Mt. Everest Expedi-
tion with the Marquis of
Clydesdale as Chief Pilot.
Flying to a height of 30,000
feet, clearing the summit of
Everest by a bare margin of
only 100 feet, the planes car-
ried pilots and camera men to
their goal.
Directly in that miles-long z
snow plume of Everest, a
plume that can be seen on
clear days for at least two
hundred miles, the.darg air
pioneers looked down on the
terrifying precipices and gla-
ciers that have to this day de-
fied man on foot. The size of
the glaciers, never before seen
by man, was overwhelmingly
impressive. Here one could
have dropped the glaciers of
Switzerland and lost tiem
completely.
Chapter if. About AIR COMMODORE FELLOWES
Air Commodore P. F. M. Fellowes, D.S.O., A. D. C., leader
of the Houston-Mount Everest Expedition, is one of Great
Britain's leading aviators. He organized, commanded and flew
air units over the Flanders Front. In May, 1918, he acquired
fame by bombing the lock gates of Zeebrugge from a height of
only fifty feet, the damage holding German ,submarines in harbor
for weeks. He has been, since the War, active in flying services,
and among other things was Director of Airship Development
1924-29. He is a direct descendant of King Edward III of Eng-
land. His uncle was the famous Lord Sydenham, Governor of
Bombay. For several years he was aide de camp to H. M. King
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