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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Band withI lamation." Special music by choirl View of American Education." All1
;t conductor and harp, violin and organ trio. women interested Ain teaching are in-
)anist. Following the Student r llo ffiip, vited to attend.
}ol of Music supper at 6 o'clock, the Fellows hip --
Beth Allsop Orchestra of eighteen pieces will. give tChemzical IEngianoers: he regular
:duation re- selections from the oratorio, "Elijah,:"lu ncheo;n br adluate students in
An all musical program.eem l n ineeringwill be held oni
Hill Audi- - - TuesdayAil! 3, at 12:15 in room
Funkhouser, Young People's Society, Church 3201 E. Eninerring Building. Pro-
recital. 0f Christ. (Disciples) : This Sun. .,y'3 fessor Mal:colm H. Soule will speak
)ol of Music meeting will be devoted to a study of on "Some ^native Practices as Re-
t Swetman, the religions of India. Charles Lar- garcds Disease tvi the Philippines."
recital. inmert will give a short talk on Brah-
maniSm, Jainish, Buddhist, and Bin t- Graduat' ClubIof:theiehzolof rJ-
Katherine duism and will lead an open dis-' ucadon mzeetn in.1 the Elementary
Dayton, O., cussion on these religions. Tea at School Librai r Monday, April 2, at;
program in 6:00, meeting at 6:30. 7:15 p.m. An ec ,ptiolnally finie pro-
sday after- - -jgr'am, the ex:actnture ofN'.-hich has
o'clock tol Varsity Band--Very important con-.. r ............ .... r , ,r

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cert band rehearsal a J 8:00 a. m. in
Hill Auditorium. All members of the
concert band must be Present on
time.

Ouh5.jI. pas a sure,:I c'. !)y Lthe com-!
m ittfEe, has tbeen lnnd All grad-
ua-e studenimS in Eduaion )are wel-
come and ivied to be, present.

Rogevr illians Gu ld: 8:,30, Las Uiest fMcig:nI.doCu
ter Worship Service a t Guild House, il, etArl2,a 30 nro
followed by breakfast in common,82o h ihga no.M.Mo
and the church ser vice. 10 :45, Mr rc alr aaincmeca
and orl trvelr, illta lk on
Sayles wil speak on. "'the Soul's Is In igand wnlRadilleain.
vincible Surmise.' iA lghsjr adoGtcIa g.

1U')i,1o noon stuueauia.li UO~dcyb.UuU
p.m. Meeting in Gzuild House, with
refreshments. Dismiss early tLo ,attend
the play Barabbas to be given In
church auditorium by the Fellowship
Porum n and G uild, 7:30 p~m . C m n v t t
Lure, Sciencee, and thLe Arts: Amet
ing will 13e h-eld on Tues day, April
3at 4 p.m. for students in the Col-
lege of Literature, Science, and the
Arts and others interested in future
work in Business Administration. The
meeting wil be addressed by Deian
C. E. Griffin of the School of lusi-
ness Administration.
This will be the first meeting of a
series designed to give info=-mation
concerning opportunities in various
professional fields.
Special Assembly: There will be a
special assembly for students in edu-
cation at 4:10, Tuesday, April 3, in
the Auditorium of the University
High School. The program, which will
be presented by student teachers, has
no special theme and is for the most
part just for fun. Any meniber of the
University community is invited to
attend.
Botanical Semninar meets Wednes-
day, April 4, at 4:30, room 1139, N.S.
Bldg. Paper by T. Eliot Weier "A
comparative study of the Golgi zone
of the animal cell, the plant vacuole,
and the plastid."
Womian's Research Club: Regular
meetingMonday, April 2, Roomt 3024
Museums, 7:30 p.m.
Women's Education Club meeting
will be held on Monday, April 2, at
8:15 in the library of the University
Elementary School. Dr. Howard Y.
McClusky will speak on "An English

r-->j ss.Add 6(1 per luineto above rotes1for
"8udent P ress (;l: .PWill l(('t a11ll pial letters.Add Ge(per lin to
Mody nYg ' ek Bur. 1u, !case. Acd10 per lnto iave rrates or0
bodfve for bld faeI uperand ow
jpek. All F~tdlt 1,~l'll~l r OR RENT
uged to attend.I'WOMAN STUDENT: Room nearth
tarl ,y > zc: r~c~i- jcampus, in private family. Board9
ing of the entire ^;r jp Monday at ifdsr.9G.40
4:45 in Hill Auditorium. Everyone LOST AND FOUND
must be there as we are preparing -
for our concert to be given Tuesday. MAN'S Gruen wrist watch lost be-
--tween Forest Ave., and Dental
Koassky-Krook.' Dr. Vladimir ! Bldg., Thursday, March 2:). Catll
'f'imeshenko will speak on "Agricul- S. W. Miller, 5607. Reward. 40(;
tural Developments in Soviet Rus-------
sia," at the meeting Wednesday, April scmvation committee of the Michigan
4, 8:00 p.m., Lane H-all. All interested y 1edem ated Gar'den Club, will give an
are cordially invited, illustrated lecture entitled, "Building
--- a Garden." Members may invite
M.iichigan League Against War and fr'iends.
Militarism will meet at 5 p.m. Mon~
day in the Upper Room, Lane H-alt.. P lay- Rea ding Section of the, Fac.-
A retor't ofn Nflns _for the anti-war u ty Woncils Club) will meet on

sut.Will pay 3, 4, , 6 and 7 dol-
]: ,s. ~ie Ann tllArbor 4306. chi-
caglo Buyi''eniporary office. 200
North MNai n. 5X
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Call h)-oi' v ive.2-34178, 5594.
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Careful work ,,t low pr-ice. 4x
Light on Cepheids." Tuesday, April
3, '7:30 p.m., Room 2082 INa(tural Si
sc-ence Building.
SmaRho Tau : Regular meeting
Wednesday at 7:45 in the Union.
Finals in intercircle story telling con-
test which were to have beeni held
last week will be held next Wednes-
day. Stories are not to be more than
seven minutes in length. The rest of
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contemence May 4 ard 5 will be given.'
Everyone invited.
Monday Evening Drimna Section of
the Faculty Wiron-es' Clb will meet
at 7:30 p.m., Apr'il 2, at the home of
Mrs. W. R.."Taylor, 2007 Washtenaw.
Assistant hostesses for the evening
will be Mr's. M. B. Stout, Mrs. A. 11,
Copeland, Mrs. J. D. Elder', and Mrs.
A. W. Bi'omage.
Garden Section of the Faculty
Women's Club will meet Wednesday,
April 4, 3:15 p.m., in the small ball-
room of the Union. Mrs. Clifford
Kirkpatrick, chairman of the con-

Tuesday, April
League.

3, at 2:15, at the

Junior Research Club: Dr. M. W.
Senstius. "Weathering of the Sili-
cates." Dr. W. C. Rufus, "More

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