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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY. APRIL 18, 1935

by Prof. Earl V. Moore, of the School""---
of Music.
IObservatory Journal Club1 meets at
4:15 p.m., Observratoy lecture room. -
Miss Marjorie Williams will speak on NTi fCE
" t d e of V ra l St.,s in heScutu nm Co[i^Cjrricti On ft r ,NEW AND USED CARS -- Largest rit'-A1 lf rin ft .
selection inthecutyi c^
jwill be served at 4 p~m.MtrSrieIc 1 .Hrn
Ph. 2-3268. "Let's gr-a cquafll<.

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FOR1iSALE

THIURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1935 m rent inv.-ittion, announcements and
*VOL. XLV Nu. 141 p:-,,:nal cards on Friday, April 19.1
There will be a member of the invi-
Notices 'k-,ion committee at a desk in the
Senior and Graduate Students: Ila!b.yrof 'the University High School
Those senior and graduate studentsI fiom 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. on that day.
who have been invited to be guests
of honor at the Twelfth Annual Hon- Bfint~ Test: Any student wish-
ors Convocation of the University ofE ingr to take the above test should re-
Michigan should: order caps and P01'1, to Miss Peasciey at Barbour
gowns as soon as possible at the Moe Gymnasiurm at 3:20 p.m. Friday,
Sport Shop or Van z'3-oven, Inc. It April 19.
is necessary to place these orders be-
fore Saturday of this week in order Stu&-!s Ir~rcrested in Spring Frul-
that the caps and gowns may be deliv- . : iaet or the Spring Frolic
erect in time for the Convocation, co eotie t the Information,
April 26. .__ o ue Mttu. floor of the Uini-
IJc-seph A. Bursicy, Chairman, Corn- 1, (;;"Y High School, or by calling;
miittecon Honors Convocation Coh> ies Emlirg at 7017.
Appicjation for the Vax ions Con-'
tined Curricula: All students who dc-AttSflXtis
siru to enter upon any of the various ; 'logfyz , "Make-up Bluebook: Fri-
curricula maust, before April 20 of th- day at 4 p.m. in Room 3056 N. S. j
year preceding double registration,--
file with the Director of Classifica-- ; i 8~ 3: I shall not meet Eng-
tion, on a blank to be obtained i' iz caAri 9 rMna,
Room 4, University Hall, a petit ion l-h8 rdy prl1,o ody
April 22.the writing assignment'
to be granted that privilege. After Ifrns gkwilb u ens
this date applications will be received ' nx ekwllb u ens
only upon the presentation of' a sa c lay, April 24.
If:a tory excuse for the delay and A. L. Bader
payment of a fee of five dollars. Ap-
clication for admission to the Meth.- yc- 31 and 32: Students en-j
cal School and application for ad- ioi'1=d in these courses are urged tol
mnission to candidacy for a degree are aI tecnd the University oratorical Con-
in no way related to application for1 test in Room 4003 A. I. at 4 p.m. to-
+y of the various combined curl-ic- ' '_ay.
tla.

2 n~sfor this PODLR SALE: wenty allons of maple
1eti.8393, be- , 1126II icig an Avenue.
8 hn229.187
man, 5feet 8LAUNhDRY
5 feet,_____ _______________________
s v-~.en' abe co-ed STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
: '1i >:ma Bx 42. sonable. Free delivery. Phone 306.

Gceicgic"sa! Juur: l Club: Prosemin-
ar mec Ling a 7 pt. in Room 3065
N?.S. E. S. Schmeink will d~iss
"Nots On Air Ciro-uation Over h
Greenland Ice Cap.'
1C(etu n Room 22 h,3tc ) x}n.
V, v~ty Cj'Ge ,Club: irnort sit re-
heolrsal at 7:30.

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saits. \l: : 3 4, 5, 6 and 7 dol-
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LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4X
DUPO NT HEIR WEDS
ST. LOIaS, April 17. - (A) - Miss
Virginia Simmons, daughter of Mrs.
George Welch Simmons, and S. Hal-
lock du~ont, of Wilmington, Del.,
an heir to the duPont fortune, were
!married here today.

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Thuisdaiy al: _rncon tea will be il
from four to six under the spuorioo
-hip of the Alpha- Epsilon Phi soror-
i. Ever-yone is cordially invited to
attend.
{Today, Maund~y Thursday sei' Vice of
Holy Coimmunion in the church at
8:00 a.m. This eerning in the church
service of Holy Communion in the
church at 8:00 p.m.
Harris flall -- The Episcopal Stu-I
dent Group is attendig the HolyI
Cornniuion serv~vic .t..ir. AdrewN~'s

aLADY'S wi tj:

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FEATURES!

CHARLES DICKENS'
ETEXPECTATIONS"

DicK POwvEl-L

"HAPPINE.SS

with HENRY HULL

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Translating tlic symbols, the Tokybo
telephone operator says, "'The connection
is made -go ahead, please." Meaning
that now you can talk to Japan from any
telephone in the Bell System.
Interestingly, Japanese was the first
foreign language ever transmitted by tele-
phone-when in the winter of 1876-77
three Japanese students at Harvard
visited Alexander Graham Bell in Boston.
These men have lived to see the day
when they can talk with Boston from
their homeland!
Seeking to put the whole world on such
easy speaking terms, Bell System service
now enables you to reach more than 93%7
of the world's 33,000,000 telephones.

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