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THE M JIHIGAN1 rDAILY

so at once. Please telej~hone your
acceptance to the Registrar's office,
4111, Extension 383, or leave wordt
with Miss Louckes in Room 4, Uni-
versity Hall.
University Bureau of Appoint-
ments & Occupational Information:
Mr. J. R. Knisely, of the Firestone.
Tire & Rubber Company, will be in.
the office on Tuesday and Wednesday
to interview men for work with the
Compainy. Kiindly make appoint-
ments with Miss Webber at; the Bur-
eau, 241 Mason tHall.
DRance Recital T~iclets,: Box office
of the Lydia Menidelssohn Theatre
will be open today from 9 a.m. until,
curtain time, 8:30, p.m. Phone 630Q.
for reservations.
College of Engineering - Schedule
of Exa ainations, June ? to June 12,
:1934: Note -- For courses having both
lectures and' quizzes, 'the Time of
Exercise is the time of the first lec-
ture periodi of the, weep; for courses
having quizzes only, the Time of Ex-
ercise is the time of the irst quiz
period.
Drawing and laboratory work may
be considered through the examina-
I-on period in amount equal to that
normally devoted to such work dur-
ing one week.
Certain courses will be examined
at special periods as noted below the
,regular schedule. All cases of con-
flicts between assigned examination
periods should be reported. for ad-
justment to Professor J. C. Brier,
Room 32,23 East Engineering Build-
ing, before May 31. To avoid mis-
and.,rstandings and errors, each stu-
dent should receive notification from
his instructor of the time and place
of his appearance in each course dur-
ing the period June 2 to June 12.
No single course is permitted more
than four hours of examination. No
date of examination. may be changed
without the consent of the Classifi-
cation Committee.
T1ijie of
Exercise

'Men lin White' Adjudged B~est Play Of Year

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SCLASSIFIED, DIRECTOR!

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.-Associated Press Pilot o
Caroline lilhrv(left), novelist, and Sidney I~i~pjley (right), play-
wnght, are two Pitzer prize wirncrs of 19 ;-*a4. Mrs. Mill~er' woo. they
award fior htr_-n cA, "ITaumi inl his JW n," auad fir.ngsl 'y was awarded
for his ra, Mnill hide."

Wedne day, June

F'riday,
Monday,
Saturday,
Monday,
Monday,
Tuesday,

June,
Juxlp
June
June
June
June

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8-12
8-12
8-12
8-12
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8 'Tuesday, June. 12 2-6
9 Friday, June 8 2-6
10 Saturday, June 9 8-12
11 Tuesday, June 5 2-6
1 Saturday, June 2 2-6
2 Wednesday, Junce 6 2-6
3 Thursday, June 7 8-12,
1, 2; C .E. 2 *eTuesday, June 5;,

- urv. 1, 2, 4; Spanish *Monday,
June 4, 2-6.
M.E, 3; German *Saturday, June.
9, 2-6-.
E.E. 2a; Shop 2, 3, 4; French
*Tusdy June 7, 2-6,
Draw. 1, 2, 3; Economics 51, 52, 53,
54 *Tusdy June 7, 8"-12.
*Ti may be used as an irregular,
period providgcl there is no conflict
with the regular printed schedule
above.
Lectures
Dr. William Ernest Hocking, of
Rarvard University, Henry, Martin
Loud Lecturer at the 'University of
Michigan, will speak in the ballroom
of the Michigan ]League at 4:15 on
"Thxe Post-War World and Foreign
Missions~," and at 8 o'clock on "The-
ology and the Non-Christian Faithbs."
Dean J. ] . Edmonson and Dean E, H.
Ezrau, chairmen, rerspectiyely.
Events Today
Botanic-l'Journal Club mees at,
7:30 p.m. in room 1139 N.S. Papers
by Dr. C. D. LaRue, Mrs. Drummond,
Mrs. Schopf, Mrs. Smith, and Mr.
Hermann.All interested are cor diaj-
Physics Colloquium: Mr, J, IH. Man-
Icy will speak on "Action Cross Sec-
tion in Collisions of the Second Kind"
at 4:1& p.m. in Room 1041, East Phys-
ics Bldg. All interested are cordially,
invited to attend,
Junior Mathematical, Society: Reg-
ular meeting at 8 p.M., in 3212 A.H.
(Please note the change of place of
mneeting). Professor N, M. Anning
will speak on "AEngles and Sines.."
Mathematical Club: Regular meet-
ing at 8 p~m., in 3201 A.H. The speak-
e;4~ will be : Sister Leontius on "Ad-
diti~ns in Arithmetic, 1500-1700, to
the Sources of Cajori's "History of
LAlST DAY -___
LION-EL ATWIL L
ERMINE"1
WEDNESDAY
TWO FEATURES
Chester Morris
V 1kirv rnRA

Mathem altital Notation1s" and Tropf-
ke's ' sc eic cl er Flementar-!
Mathematik," Mvr. B. C. Getchell on
"Integration of Interval Functions,"
and Professor C. C. Craig on "The
Frequency Function of xy."
Metalurgical Group Meeting at
7:15 p.im. in room 4215 E. Eng. Bldg.
Mr. Charles Purnall, Field Metallur-
gist of the Carnegie Steel Company,
will address the group on "Fine
Grained Steel, Its Production and
Uses."
Y'kplia Epsilox 1VMu: Meeting at 8:15
Room 319, Michigan Union.
Sigm na, hoT i : Debate with De-'
troiG Institute of Technology at 7:30
in the Unioni. The Michigan chapter
will uphold the affirmative side of the
qiuestioni: "Resolved, that the. U. S.
government should own and operate
all air mail planes."
Regular meeting tomorrow at 7:45
in the Union. Project speaking prize,
cotrest and announcements of elec-
tions to highecr degrees of member-
ship.
Wav Beta Pi: Dinner and business
meetin)g at the Union, 6:00 p.m. Elec-
tioii of officers for next year.
Chraaistian l C17ence Organization:
Meets at 8 o'clock this evening in
the Chapel of the Mlichigan League
building. All faculty and students in-
terested are invited to attend.
Tryouts, hiille~l Players: Everyone
interested in further tryouts for
'memnbership ins IHillel Players please
prepare a five mninute reading to be
given from 3 until 5 at the Founda-
tion.
National Student League, Meeting
will be held at; the Michigan Union at
8:00 p.m. Every student is invited
to attend.
Michigan Dames: The Homne-mak-
ing Group meets at 8 o'clock, at the
home of Mrs. Kelder, 1317 Forest
Court. TWhere will be a special speak-
er and a large attendance is urged.
Coming Events
English Journal Cla will meet Fri-
day, May 11, at 4 o'clock in the
League. Business meeting. at four,
including the election of officrs for
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Meia mkr J
Be 11(4(1 At League
The Traditional Medical Smoker,
sponsored by Galens, honorary mned-
ical society, will be held in the League
Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
The "Medics" will meet in the Lydia
Mendelssohin Theatre where members
of Galens will offer take-offs on va-
rious members of the medical fac-
ulty. "A feature of the smoker," says
Samuel Fiegler, '3, president of Ga-,
lens, "is that faculty members never
know who is to be portrayed. They'
consider it an honor to be chosen." '
Following this, the actual smoker
will take place in the League ball-
room, where tobacco and refreshments
will be served. iegler urged that all
medical students "make it a point to
attend this traditional affair."
next year, and an amendment to the
constitution. a A full attendance is
desired. Meeting open to the public
at 4:200, when Mr. J L. Davis will
speak on: The R-interpretation of
17th Century Comedy.
Scabbard and Blade: Regular meet-
ing Wednesday, May 9; 7:30 p.m.,
Michigan Union. Election of officers
for the coming year. It is important
that all members be present. Uni-
form required.
Alpha Nu will meet at 7:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, in the Alpha Nu rooms,
fourth floor Angell hall, for electionI
of officers for net year. Pledges may
vote upon payment of one dollar to-k
ward their initiation fee.
Comedy Club: There will be a meet-
ing of the club Wednesday at 4:00 at
which every member should be pres-
ent. Reports for the year will be
given anid full plans for elections the
following week will be made.
Freshman' Girls' Glee Club; Im-
portant meeting Wednesday night at
7:00 sharp in preparation for a for-
mal concert. All must be present.
Luncheon For Gadute Students
on Wednesday, May 9, at 12 o'clock
in the Russian Tea Room of the;
Michigan League Building. Mr. John
L. Brumm, Professor' of. Journaliss
and Chairman of the Department of
journalism will speak on the sub-
ecet "In Pursuit of One's Chapeau."
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lars. Phone Annl Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. temiporary office. 200'
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Alta nnni Council Mecetings
Will Ie held At Union
Two alumni council meetings are
scheduled to take. place Friday and
Saturday mornings at the Union, ac-
cording to Wilfred R. S aaw, director
of alumni relations.
On IFriday, the alumni ad1visory
council, headed by Judge H. S. Hul-
bert of Detroit, will meet, to be fol-
lowed by a similar meeting of the
Alumni Program Council with W. D.
McKenzie, as'its chairman.
In addition President Alexander G.
Ruthven, Dexter M. Ferry, and Mr.
Shaw, acting secretary, will be pres-
ent.

FOR SALE ,
,FOR SALE: One good Magganti solo
violin. Reasonably priced. Also a
ichild's violin for sale, 429 Fech.
FOR SALE: Two May Festival tickets.
Center, section, aisle seats. Phone
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"Dr. Harold W. Jacox of the ni-
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fore the Leila Post Montgomeryv Hos-
pital staff 'in Battle Creek on 'adia-
tion Treatment of Cancer' 'Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m."'
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Your trip can be compleely arrangd
baefreha ndd t ake advantage of Europe's
gredtIl~f reduced Summer trave-coss
Illustrated booklets cn ways ard means
folditng bobs trips also) for the asking.
Attendc the Pssion Play at berammerau;
thre German Riailways give 1rdC fare
redlucions to Passion Play visitors.
Use Regiser Marks, obtainable on this
side, and you hdve'anther saving-150
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penses are low anyway. Visit Bayreuth;
heatr Wagnerian opera in the shrine
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Mlwaukee.June90SO Seben - .. July 5
A Special Sailing of the luxurious
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To Ireland, rQlnd. rance, Germay
Noew literature on new classes o1 accom-
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HAMBUR -A fERI AN LINIE
NORTH GBERMAN LLOYD

'the Poor Rich'
llilarioaus roadway
Comedy Drama
Starts Thurstday
MICHIGAN

TODAY

MAJESTIC

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TODAY'

They "took" and {'took. . o
chance, bgq money, Hally-,
wood's ,moguls, o new inter=,

s0*

+est in life, and finally-.the airl
They ocve-a homeless little
girl her happiness, a man
the love. he needed :mpst I
More laughs, tears and
songs than the some pro.
dinrs'"Sunirny Sid'e U0111
A -14with
SPENCER TRACE
"PAT"***PATERSON
f COH, BOLES

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