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Conference Is BULLETIN

Room 1041, East Physics Bldg. All in- meeting will be held in the League, Ayers, 1204 Henry St. on Wednesday,
terested are cordially invited to at- Friday, February 15. Important bus- Feb. 13, 3:00 p.m., to study catalogues.
tend. imess meeting at four p.m., involving
a question of policy. Program open to A.A.U.W. benefit card parties,
F IFrshman Lnehenn Cb:euih.P lar Ither ubli t nt.4 .15 bj tni4 - C. - tem- Thnrrin .14 An t A a 9 n v, anA R mm

Van guard Exchange
Suspends Operations

from 10 to 12 a.m. or from 4 to 6
p.m. either today or tomorrow, as
liquidation of all assets and liabili-
ties will be carried on durinz the t

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meeting today. All members are re- porary Literature and the College
To Open Today (Continued from Page - quested to be present. Curriculum. Leader, Mentor Williams. !
withoutadmission charge. Mr. Ray-
mond Kondratowicz, will be the ac- Comedy Club meets at 5 o'clock, Tau Beta Pi: Dinner meeting at 6
Engineers, Traffic Experts, companist: I Garden Room at the League. Final p.m. Thursday, February 12, Mich-
Sonata Opus 22 -...........Thuille I tryouts are being made for the forth- igan Union.
And Police Expected T
To Allegro energico coming production, and at this time
Come To Ann Arbor Adagio all technical assignments will be made Alpha Nu: Important business meet-
Allegro mo non troppo for the show. Also some important ing, Wednesday, February 13, at 7:30
'Concertoin A minor .... Saint-Saens business will be covered, and all mem- p.m. in the Alpha Nu room, fourth
Lasts Until Thursday Sarabande in G moll ........ Handel bers are urged to be present, floor Angell Hall. All members must
Rigandon .................. Rameau be present.
Dean Sadler Will Welcome Chant Elegiaque ............ Schmitt, Assembly meeting at 4:15, League
DeanSadlerWillWeRequiebros................Cassado Lbrary. Phi Tau Alpha, societas honorifica
Delegates; Housel And -cLatina Graecaque, die Mercurii, Feb-
Worley To Speak Choral Union Concert: Jose Iturbi, There ill bemScieetiOrgani tioruarii tertio decimo, hora usitata, in
pianist, will give the following pro- ganization tonight at 8 o'clock in the hospitium Mulierum Michiganensium
Between 600 and 700 highway engi- gram, in the seventh Choral Union Chapel of the Women's League Build- conveniet. Professor Meinecke res
neers, traffic control experts, and concert, in Hill Auditorium, this eve- ing. Students, alumni, and faculty iucundissimas de lingua Latina medii
state, county, and city police officials ning at 8:15 p.m. .members of the University are cor- aevi explicabit.
are expected in the city today to at- i . dially invited to.iattend
tend the 1935 Michigan Highway Con- Caprice, for the departure of his d i d.Luncheon for Graduate Students
ference today through Thursday at beloved brother ............. Bach on Wednesday February 13, at twelve
th Unrugion.daa a. Friends persuade him not to Intermediate Dancing Class for o ensaFbur 3 ttev
tuee Union. tersuney, men and women will meet tonight o'clock in the Russian Tea Room of
Meetings will open at noon today, b. h icture the dfferent ad- at 7:30 in the Michigan League ball- the Michigan League Building. Cafe-
and will conclude with the Thursday ;ventures that may befall hi room. All interested please sign up at teria service. Professor Leonard Wat-
orning business session according tothat kins of the Economics Department
rnin bugess sesion ording c. Adagiossissimo-lamentations t time. will speak informally on "The Present
P1rof. Roger L. Morrison of the engi- of all his friends. BosefadSaescino h Monetary Situation."
neering college who is presiding offi- d. Friends finding their efforts Bookshelf and Stage section of theyn
cer of the Wednesday meetings. unsuccessful bid him farewell Faculty Women's Club will meet with
This year's conference will be cen- ' e. Aria of the postillion. ', Mrs. C. L. Clark, 1401 Brooklyn Ave- Hindustan Club: Meeting on Wed-!
Thsya' ofrne ilb e- e ranftepsilo.fue, at 2:45 p.m.! nesday, February 13. 8:00 p.m., Lane
tered upon the three main themes of f. Fugue in imitation of the pos- H:ma
speed, safety, and low cost highways, tillion's trumpet Hall.
Professor Morrison stated. State, Played without interruption) Bridge Group of the Michigan .. .

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1 rrl,,1.,,,. *,llh. flrtho,n nont,inindl;

Indefinite suspension of operations *5WiU. 'AS A *U .~i u'A* **A a
was announced yesterday by the Van- time.
guard Book Exchange, located in the
Unitarian Church social hall, at Hur- IS COFFEE SALESMAN
on and State streets. Dick Heekin, Ohio State football
All students who have any business star, sells coffee during the off-sea-
with the exchange were asked to call son.

.teve I uliiicJ a ..'tL 4A ue u
Iowa football teams. Dick Crayne
is the latest.


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county, and city road financing will
be covered by four speakers on Wed-I
nesday, and other well known au-
thorities will speak on the remaining
two points.
Dean Herbert C. Sadler of the en-
gineering college will welcome the
delegates on behalf of the University.
Prof. William S. Housel, and Prof.
John S. Worley will also be on the
program of the conference as speak-I
ers. The program will include DeanI
T. R. Agg of the Iowa State College
school of engineering, William J. Sla-"
yin, Livingston county engineer,'
George D. Tramp, county road super-
intendent of Dickinson county, Capt.;
L. A. Lyon of the Michigan State
Police, Col. H. A. Pickert, Detroit po-
lice commissioner, Burton W. Marsh,
director of the safety and traffic de-
partments of the American Automo-
bile Association, Herbert A. Olson, of
the Michigan Municipal League, Sid-
ney J. Williams, director of the public
safety division, of the National Safety
Council, and William L. Ott of the
Lansing Chamber of Commerce.
Murray D. Van Wagoner, state
highway commissioner, will preside
at today's session, Professor Morrison
at the Wednesday morning meeting,
and Varnum B. Steinbaugh, deputy
commissioner road engineer of the
state highway department, Wednes-
day afternoon. Other presiding offi-
cers will be Inspector William L. Potts,

Sonata in C major, Op 53 . .Beethoven
(Dedicated to Count von Waldstein)
Allegro con brio
Adagio molto
Rondo-Allegretto moderato
Fantasie - Impromptu, Scherzo !
B-flat minor .............. Chopin
Plaintes, ou la Mapa et le
Rossignol ...............GranadosI
(From the Suite "Goyescas")
Serenade a la poupee ......Debussy!

jan.s win enterLain Leir husbandsU Merit System Commitee: Impor
at a White Elephant party this eve- tant meeting Thursday at 5 p.m., Un-
ning at the Michigan League. Both dergraduate Offices of the League.
auction and contract will be played, -- -
starting promptly at 8 o'clock. Res- Publicity C.-mitie ,f the League:
ervations should be made by calli : Veiy important tuc i, at 4.15 pn.
Mrs. Waldo Steidtman, 2-3736. Wednesday in the Unerradue Of-



Coinn Fvent
Mechanical Engineers: There will
a meeting of the Student Branch

Pavane...................Ravel of the A.S.M.E. on Wednesday eve-
Fete Dieu a Seville .......... Albeniz ning, February 13, at the Union t t
Two Etudes d'execution transcen- 7::0. Prof sor Dahistrom will lead a
dante ......................Liszt discussion of a paper by Dr. Roy V.!:l
C major, No. 1, (Prelude) Wright, past president of the society,.
F minor, No. 10 (Allegro, entitled "The Engineer's Duty as a!
agitato molto) Citizen." Prior to the discussion, there{
will be a short business meeting andI

[ees. Work for the neder will be
organized and te appon:rgent ;s-
trn explained.
Student Tea: Methodist studenAs
an d their friends of college age are
cordially invited to tea at Stalker
Hall Wednesday afternoon 3:30 to
5:00 p.m. Enjoy some of your fav-
crite games and have refreshments
with old and new friends. Be sure to
drop in after classes or studies. This
tea will become a weekly affair. Watch

Events Today
Physics Colloquium: Dr. Arthur
Adel will speak on "The Absorption
of Sunlight by the Earth's Atmos-
phere in the Remote Infrared Region
of the Spectrum" at 4:15 p.m. in
president of the Michigan Safety and
Traffic Director's Association, for the
traffic control session, LeRoy C.
Smith, engineer manager of the
Wayne County road commission, forI
the dinner Wednesday evening, and
Allen M. Williams, president of the
Michigan Association of Road Com-}
missioners and Engineers, for the
On ol]ilo avin nn'h~in

I Pvnlnnatinn of mamhprchiri to now-

t expianLlUI± I oz memoersip co ne- i W for further announcements.
comers. Refreshments will be served. fuh annm s
All i nnira1l f 4-, a v d -t d t-nf.

ma I Oecnaanscasi acu y anU su aensti
are cordially invited.
Research Club will meet in Room
2528 East Medical Building on Wed-
nesday, February 13, at 8 p.m. The
following papers will be presented:
"An Astronomical Papyrus of 467E
A.D.," by Dr. F. E. Robbins and Pro-
fessor H. D. Curtis.
"Some Dialectical Phases of Semiticj
Cuneiform," by Professor L. Water-;
The Council will meet at 7:30 p.m.

Beginners' Class in social dancing
will be held Monday, February 18 at
7:30 p.m., in the Michigan League
Garden Section of the Faculty,
Woman's Club will meet at Mrs. W. L.



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