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may secure the same seat location
which they had for the Festival, by
filling out special blanks at a later
date.
Exhibitions
The Division of Fine Arts and the
Museum of Anthropology announce
an exhibition of the art objects col-
lected by the University of Michigan
Expedition to Tibet and Northern
India; West Gallery, Alumni Memor-
ial Hall; open free daily and Sunday
afternoons.
The 5th Annual Exhibition of
Sculpture of the Division of Fine

Arts on display daily at the Michigan
League until June 20.
Events Today
Harris Hall: Special lecture and
lantern slides this evening at 7 o'-
clock. Mr. Rupinjohn of Nagaar, Ti-
bet, will be the guest of the students.
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church:
Services of worship Sunday are: 8:00
a.m. Holy Communion, 9:30 a.m.
School, 11:00 a.m. Kindergarten,
11:00 a.m. Holy Communion and
Sermon by the Reverend Henry Lewis.
"Seeing the Invisible God" is the
topic of Dr. Frederick B. Fisher's ser-

mon at 10:45 at the First Methodist
Church, State and Washington
streets.
Fellowship of Liberal Religion ( Un-
itarian): Sunday at 10:45. Rev. John
MacKinnon of the Unitarian Church
at Wichita, Kansas, delegate to theE
Socialist National Convention in De-
troit' will speak on "Hope Sees a
Star."
Roger Williams Guild: Sunday
noon, at Guild House, Student Dis-
cussion Group, led by Rev. Howard
R. Chapman. Topic, "What can the
Christian Religion contribute to the
making of a bettercworld?"
At 10:45 a.m. at the church, Rev.

R. Edward Sayles will speak on "The
Rochester Convention." The Annual
Senior Outdoor Meeting will be held
in the evening, leaving Guild House
promptly at 5:45 p.m.
Stalker Hall: Sunday, 6 p.m. "Does
Our Educational System Fit Students
To Build A New Social Order?" an
open discussion led by Robert Mc-
Culloch. All invited. Supper and
fellowship will follow the, discus-
sion.
Presbyterian Student Appointments
Sunday, June 3.
10:45 am.-Morning Worship-
Dr.: Barrett.

for Paterson Lake; swim, supper, and
vesper service. Sherwood Messner,
leader. Topic, "A Challenge to Chris-
tian Students."
IJunior Research Club: Professor
W. H. Hobbs, "A Half-Hour with the
Polar Explorers." Dinner meeting
Tuesday, June 5, at 6:15, at the Union.
Michigan Dames: Annual Family
Picnic on Wednesday, June 6, at the'
fireplace behind the Island. Mem-
bers please note change of time and
place. A program of sports and
games has been arranged by the
Committee in charge. The opening
event will be a baseball game sched-

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Farewell and Good Luck'
Farewell '34. Here's wishing you
success and happiness in your
chosen vocation.
And the rest of the student body
success in your exams and a pleas-

ant vacation.

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