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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1935

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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3,1935

DAILY OFFICIAL

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BULLETIN
(Continued rm Page 2)
be invited to express their choice for .
the best three interpretations.
Varsity Band: Be at Hill Auditor-
ium at 7:40. Bring Marching Folios.
Crop and Saddle Riding Club: Try-
outs for experienced riders wishing
to become members of this organiza-
tion will be held at the Fairgrounds.
Meet at Barbour Gymnasium at 3:30.
Transportation free; a small fee will
be charged for your mount.
Young Republicans' Club meeting,
Room 302, Michigan Union, at 7:45.
A speaker from the state organiza-
tion will be present, and all men in-
terested are invited to attend.
National Student League meets at
the Union, 8 p.m. Final plans for
April 4 will be worked out, and plans
for the remainder of the semester
will also receive attention. All are
invited.

Ford's River Rouge Plant and to the Pof Grismore To president of Alpha Nu, will address
Detroit City Waterworks will take the group on "Preparation for Law."
place Thursday, April 4. Cars will A ddress Ainha Nu He will be introduced by Arthur Mar-
leave the Union at 8 a.m. Members lowe, 36, president of the organira-
and civil engineering students must tion.
sign up before Wednesday afternoon. Alpha Nu, national speech society, Following the regular program for
}will hold one of its regular weekly the meeting tryout speeches will be
meetings tonight in the Alpha Nu heard. These may be presented on
Beauty prize winners are prohibited roem in Angell Hall. Prof. Grover any subject whatsoever and are to be
from teaching school in Turkey. Grismore of the Law School, a former from three to five minutes in length.

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(Rep., Del.), left), and Bennett Clark (Dem., Mo.) (right), to obtain
a clear-cut decis'On on the constitutina-ty of the NA was defeated
when the gcvernment sought and obtained Supreme Court permission to
diniss an appeal in the disputed Belher lumber code case, thus averting
an immediate test of the legality of that hub of the recovery program.

Michigan Dames, Book
meets at the home of Mrs.
Bachur, 818 So. Main St., at

Group
George
8 p.m.

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Coming Events
Zcology Seminar: Miss Chen will
report on "The Germ Cell Cycle in
the Trematode, Paragonimus," and
Mr. Eschmeyer on "Annual Fish Pro-
duction of a Michigan Lake," Thurs-
day, April 4, 7:30 p.m., Room 2116
N.S.
A.S.C.E. - The inspection trip to
SPEND THE JUNIOR YEAR
IN EUROPE
At this interesting moment in world his-
tory many American college students would
like to have first-hand knowledge of con-
-litions in Europe.
The "Junior Year Abroad," a program of
Supervised study approved by colleges gen-
rally throughout the United States, offers
highly recommended students from the de-
partments of French, Spanish, and Italian
tn accredited American colleges an opportu-
nity for a year's study in the countries
named below, with full credit toward grad-
uation for the year's work.
For men and women: France-- (Tours,
summer;) (Paris, regular session).
For women only; Spain and Italy- (Peru-
gia, summer;) (Florence, regular session.)
For detailed information, ask the head of
the appropriate department in your own
college, or address
THE COMMITTEE ON THE
JUNIOR YEAR ABROAD
Institute of International Education
2 West 45th Street. 'New York City
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