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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFIIL7LLTN
PublicatinInI the BLleti,111IS colF5tructi1ve not1toall 1mem ,bers of theo
University. Copy received at the offlce: tj the As-:1:L ii LYtauI, to th~lPve Adent tl
3:30: 11:30 a. in. Saturday.

Har mris tall: Celebration of the
HoyCommunion in the Williams
Memorial Chanel at 9:30 o'ck.
At7:30pm.PoeorMhl
Aga,-OgIu will be the geto h
student group at their re-gular Su'n-
day evoningCovrtin" All stu-
dents are cordially invited.

kIniand Rve:Ognrto cl
ing, TuePsdayat7v :1 ,o,21,ih
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the prop~ose. it,^ d r slTi
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Notices
University Radio 'talk Over WJSit-
1:30 p.m., "'The Children's Fund of
Michigan Book Project," Miss Edith
Thomas,' in charge of library e xt{e _-
lion service, and State Librarian forF
the P.T.A.
University Bureaus of Appointmnents
and Occupational Information: Sen-
iors interestled in recreation as a field
of work will have an opportunity to
meet Wi. G. Robinson, district rep-
resentative of the National Recrea-
tion Association, on Monday and
Tuesday, March 19 and 20, by mak-
in~g appointment at. the Bur-eau of
Appointments, 201 Mason Hall. Mr.
Robinson desires particularly to talk
to seniors in a position to consider
a year of graduate study at the Na-
tional Recreation School at New York
- City Which prepares for execuitive
positions in- recreation.
Notice: Box office -for the Gon-
doliers to 'be presented by Play Pro-
duction and the School of Music the
~28, 29, 30 and 31st of March will open
at 12 noon today and be open daily
from today, on from 12 to 6 p.m.
Phone 6300 for reservations.
Ice ockey for Women: There will
be no more hockey practices after
this week due to the closing of the
Coliseum on March 18.
AcaIdemicsNotictes
Econmics .172: Rooms for exam-
ination Monday, March 19:
A-G, N.S. Aud.
H-Q, 25 A.H.
R-Z, 1025 A.H.
L1e tres And Concerts
~University Lecture: Tuesday,
,March 20, 4:15 p.mn., Natural Science
:Auditorium. Dr. Hugh Dalton, for-
mner Parliamen~tary Under-Secretary
i$n the British Foreign Office: "Eco-
nomic Planning in Theory and Prac--
Thursday, Marchi 22, 4:15 p.1n., Na-.
~tural S cience Auditorium. Professor
Max Hlandmnan, of the Department
of Economics : "Can and Should
America be Self-Sufficient?"
The public is cordially invited.

FcuYglty Concert: Ms. aud Okkelberg,
pianist, and1Thelmna Lewis, soprano,
accomnpanied by Ava Commn Case, will
lr eent the following program this
,afternomon in Hill Auditorium at 4:15
o'clock, to w hich the general public,
is invited w,''itot admission charge:
Interrmezzo, Op. 76 No. 6 ..... Brat ms
Cap icloOp. 76 No. 5 ......BPrahmrs
Ball, de -Op. 52 ............ .Chopjii
Maud Okkelhej-rg
El Vito

-- - Ui heiL~w 1U.hIi C1 >.2J ,eni iiar2
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church: Room.SbetDimuet. All
Se1r'es, of worship toda y ace: .00 students wel:c oiie.
a.m. H=oly Communion; 9:30 a.m.
Church School; 11:00 a.m.kidr All Campau: Tra k Y~'t: March 20,
ar ten ; 11:00 'a.m. rite of of'-7:0p.,YsFLdHu .
Lion and sermonol by the Rt. Rev. f-Icr- l aps_ sg:Mrh20,x
rman Page, D.D., of Michigan. 73 ~. lmnreMrh21,
f F ' Wl <ims Guild: 10:45 a.mn., All eligibly e h iht oot
Rev . a Ew ard.. Sayles will speak on should met i t he 1esec ie la e

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L~ liu~u,"What Ta ISOur Thought of God?."t1
Villancico Cat alan----.Jua~liit hneM nsitudent discussion group at
Pano o Giljd House led by Mr. Chapman.
Polom L0:00 p.m. Rev. Alfred Lee Klaer will
S n l L:T hel ma I4CVOp. i27spea.on "Vital Relationships." Soci"al
Sonae lallde p. 7.....Md Wt Iho~follows.
ntrodiuzioie eo Finale Y.ugPeplsSoity Cucho
Maud~ Okkelberg CL iist (Disc<iples) - subject for Sun-
day eveOning, "Paganism." Mr. Schan-
Organ Recital Omittedi: Trhe reg- bacher will talk. This is the second
ular Wednesday afte rnio n Twilight. of a series of weekly studies on com-
Organ Recital, will be om ,i tted Wed- parative religions. Tea at 6: 00, meet-
nes day, Marchb21,ing at 6:30.
Tringls:Meeting today 7:30 at Students: Rev. Dykhouse will conduct
the Union. morn ing service. You are invited to
att~end this worship in the chapel of
Stalke's Hall: _ the Michigan League at 9:30 o'clock.

Pl'Oifll)tl.X'

..' Mii Y" risnI l ira-A at if-u ne .'. 1-il u :l l
day pem Muay
day~ ovnig tt,' Mc!iaL.ag1
Mn:!i.ic, n Fte ! icalprgl 0, 1)con-
feaat ur astrin en(e-able
Noeetinu os vTuesda, vA Arc 0 N ,
GrasnwRapids Room, Mchi<a
fllin hirhe b- -u'smeetping Mr
:1eo.Michiga Uioy, of3the Univrs

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si W. Ue for' -ci ic' 1 1:1 o- l' those 1! o
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Uic: ios A nd the te:hniig 01 e o1gy
of iegtipl iy , btrailoinorthosie
coutr eitt v.no l- an excelle[ ndtprac-
fth::Ai 01 .s i tha.I i17e roms
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PERSOt~wNA-. l aundry servic ue, Wtake t
indzividuaZl in~terest .in the L~lundry
Problem of, ourcstms. ir'
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LAUNDRYl

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12:15 Forum with Dr. Fisher.
3 :30 Fellowship of Faiths. Teach-
in as of Communism regarding
world brotherhood. Presented
by Mau trice Wilsie, grad, The
follow-up group of the Parley
of "eiion and the ChurchI"
will .join us to plan amre
of thke two groups. Af; ,aculty
]member will mee:t with the
gr oup as advisor. All in iterested
are requested to attend,
6 :00 Wesleyan Guild. United meet.-
ing with the Congregational
Student group at Stalker Hall.'
Dr. Preston Slosson will speak
on "The Church as a Promo-
7:00 Supper and Fellowship. The
World Aff'airs Department of
Stalker Hall will offer a unique
world-minded fellowship pro-
gram.
Presby teriano Studenit Appint-
mnents:
9:30 Student classes meet at the
Chiurch House.1
10:45 Morning Worship. Dr. Parker)fCiao
5:30 Social hour and supper.
6:30 Stuident Forum. Leader Mi'.
James E. Curtis.

ESophomore Independents of the
Literary College are invited to attend
the meeting of the Michigan Inde'-
pendent Club at 2:310 p.m. Michigan
Union, Room 319.
(Clnesee Club reing a at the t) iiio ?
a~t 4:45 p.m.
Ou tinig for Graduate Students:
M eetL at 2:30 this afternoon in front
oa An igel] i1all for a. short. hike.
Coining Events
Research Club will meet in room
2528 East Medical Building on Wed-
nesday, March 21, at 8:00. The fol-
lowing papers will be presented :
"The Cutaneous Manifes: tations of
Susceptibility and Indios yncrasy to
SDrugs," by Professor Udo J. Wile. y
"The Tendency Towards PlatonismI
in Neo-classical Esthetics," by Pro-1
feysor Louis I. Bredvold.
A meeting of the Council will be
I1eld a..t 7:30 pxim.
PbyiesCo~oi uum:Mi. ''.Parki-
son will1 speak, on "R.adio Wave Phe-
nomena and the Ionosphere" at 4 :15
p.m. Tuesday, in Room 1041, East
Physics Bldg. All interested ar~e cor'-
dially invited to attend.
Alpha N meets Wednesday at 7:30
it) the Alpha Nu Room, fourth floor
Angell Hall. The annual and tradi-
tional debate with Adelphi will be
held on the question : "Resolved :
Tfhat the Federal Public Works Pro-
gittin Should be Discontinued." The
general public is cordially invited.
Kiappa Tait Alpha will meet Mon-
dlay, 8 p.m., in the ,offices of the
Dejpa rment< of ,Jovrnalism, IFrtaven
11;0l.
French Club: Meeting 'Tuesday,
March 20. in the Salle du Cercle,
fourth floor Romance Language
Building. The program will include a
short play given by some of the mem-
her's. Meeting begins promptly at
8:15.

LOST AND FOUND
:LGCIN w atch, brown>>sltap. In Na-
tural tScience RBuilding, Phione39.
NOTICEA,
AUTO LO0ANS AN4D REFINANCING;
B1'lingyour'itle
A1ssociateid Motor Services, Tue.
3.11 AV. Huron, Phi. 2-2001
1 22
shamnpoo an lld fin1er ave r(, :Sllc.
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holrses; g-oodcatoio iig
1039 S. tMain1 and"t j( h. :;'se
byapOny nt adIndgntx
c rat's, Onlys. tandr rates. 2x

I btu seeld;Jacobsieyei' (Iowa)
Rilia }tm':Child uy hid City ( ichgan) four.
Mvonday cv<ning, Mach719, cat svn ie,2=rbeg'c (i
Liv'.'won dyMci (ih
o'clck a pi ho ~e - z ii .'G oh tn'; Busby (Iowa) see-
Hunt, 1617 Granger~i. IMi ss Mary's' ' cru, 118.6' points; Zukgas (Iowa) third,
I aet Du-i, istiloot inmuicv~i1111.3 points: Willie (Northwestern)
Idiscuss the Ch11,d's AI)Ep'an i fo t fourH , 10'7.2 points.
Musc. KlOY ard Efreer style: Won by Cristy
SI(Mtch t i );Robertson (Michigan)
I'ly Ie~aiii- Setimi l te Ve- ~.ru;G-ove (Iowa) third; Ander-
itiy Wmens (1dbwii tcettil 'lcs-son(ioa)ioutri .. Time, 5:12.7.
d,, y, t h2. t :1 ?m, t te i - . fostyle relay- Won by
It l' ''I dt iiaia (, jami lski, Dar1ymple,l

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MAJESTIC

IuWhenYo- u,
Let a Permanent Campus Organization 'make
your arrangements at no increase over
regular tariff rates.
Airplane, Steamship, Railway and Hotel.
Reservations in any part of the world.
MICHIGAN ALUMNI TAVEL BUREAU:
ALUMNI MEMORIAL HALL1
" American Express World-' Wide Ser-vice"

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ithesriesof I''ciyAu-n
dances ill el;wddat the ichl-igan
Union ibaihoom rWednersdaiy eveing.
Sigma Rho Tau: Regular mee ting,
Wednesday at '7:45 in the Union. The
speaker will be Profes.,sor Anderson.,
head of the Mechaniical Engine(-ering-
department, and faculty member of
Sigma Rho Tau. Regular circle meet-
ings in which preliniinaries in the
inter- circle stoi'y telling; contest will
be held. Every member should have
ready a brief entertaining story.
Vangard lubspecial meeting at,
7:30 p).m., Michigan Union, Monday.
2,000 WORD STORIES USED
The maximum length of stories
submitted for publication in the In-
land Review is 2,000 instead. of 1,000
as was erroneously stated in The
Daily of March 17.

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