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THURSDAY, MAY
VOL. XLV No.
Notices
To the Members of th
Council: The next mee
University Council will
Monday, May 13, at 4
Room 1009, Angell Hall.
Louis A. Hopkins,
Angell Hall Observat
open to the public from
day evening, May 10, to
moon. Children must b
nied by adults.
University Bureau of A
& Occupational Informa
ceived notice of the foll
Civil Service Examinatio
Asst., Assoc., Senio
Economist - $2,600 to $4
Asst., Assoc., Senior, P
chitect - $2,600 to $5,600
Asst., Assoc., Senior A
Engineer - $2,600 to $4,
Announcements are on
Bureau, 201 Mason Hall.
University Bureau o
nients: Todd D. Cochran
Si pervisor of the Detroi
the Aetna Life Insuranc
will be in the office o
May 9, at 3 p.m. for a gr
at which time he will pre
tails of the training pro
company. This meeting
to any senior or gradua
in the insurance business
at the office, 201 Mason
Anyone interested in
in the home office in Har
please call at the office.
The Kingdom of God
offering of Play Produc
current year, "The Kingd
will be repeated tonight,
Saturday evenings. Tic
procured at the LydiaI
Theater box office, or rese
ing 6300. Admission is 3
cents. Special rates will
to parties of ten or mor
urday evening perform
especially dedicated to th
students in the Universi
Academic No
Economics 52: Rooms:
tion Thursday, May 9:
Stapp's and Palmer'
N, S. Aud.
Miller's and Anderson
25 A.H.
Wier's sections, B Hav
Spiegel's sections, 101
To Graduate Student
tion: The preliminarye
for the doctor's degreei
will be held on May 23
All students planning t
examinations should imn
tify Dr. Woody's Office,
University High School.
Lecture
Lecture: Is There Any
Evidence to Support a
mortality? by E. Norma
Detroit, Friday, 8 p.m
League. The Ann Arbo
cal Society invites the
dially.
Events Tod
Electrical Engineers:
the student branch of th
7:30 p.m., Room 248.
next year will be elected
All Juniors are especially
tend. Refreshments.
Fluid Mechanics Semi
ning today, Prof. A. D. N
Electrical Engineering
will speak to the Seminar
iet The Relation of Fini

IFICIAL BULLETIN
lltn oe oatructive notice to all members o(
ve ,t te oi ot the Asstnt to the Preen
9, 1935 To Heat Transfer. 4ll interested are
159 invited to attend. The Seminar
meets regularly on Tuesdays and
Thursday at 11 o'clock, Room 307,
e University West Engineering Building.
,ting of the -
be held he Engineering Mechanics, Electrical
b e held in and Mechanical Depatments: C. H.
:15 p.m., in Jennings, engineer in charge of
Secretary welding research, Westinghouse Elec-
tric & Mfg. Co., will speak on "Weld-
ing Problems in Machine Industry,"
ory will be at 4 p.m., in Room 348, West Engi-
8 to 10 Fri- neering Bldg.
observe the neeinBdg
)e accompa- Applied Mechanics Colloquium: C.
H. Jennings, research engineer, West-
inghouse Elec. & Mfg. Co., will speak
pporiments on "Welding Problems in Connec-
tion has re- tion With Boulder Dam." Dr. D. H.
owing U. S. Young will give the Review of Litera-
r ture. Meeting at 7:30 p.m., in Room
r Taxation 445, West Engineering Building. All
00 irincnip interested are cordially invited to at-
tend. I
9rchitectural A.I.Ch.E., Student Branch: All
600. members are urged to attend the final
a file at the meeting of the semester in the chap-
ter room, East Engineering Building,
at 7:30. Your officers will report on
if Appoint- the activities of the year. Election
the Agency of officers for the coming year will
t branch of take place. If you are interested in
e Company, the annual picnic, be there to discuss
n Thursday, plans for it and to select a day for
'oup meeting it to be held. There will be no speak-
sent the de- er for the meeting. Information con-
gram of his cerning our plans for Engineering
will be open Open House will be included in the re-
te interested ports.
Please call
Hall. League Merit System Committee:
a position Important meeting at 4:30 in the
tford ,Conn., Undergraduate Office. All members
must be present.
: The final Senior Ball Committee will meet
tion for the at 7:30 p.m., Michigan Union.
om of God,"
Friday and Contemporary: Meeting of the es-
kets may be say committee at 5 p.m. in the office.
Mendelssohn All members must be present.
rved by call-
5, 50, and 75 Hillel Foundation: The regular
be extended Thursday afternoon tea will be held
e. The Sat- today from 4 to 6, sponsored by the
ance will be Tau Delta Phi fraternity. Everyone
.e Mothers of is cordially invited to attend.
ty.
Coming Events
tices English Journal Club will meet in
for examina- the League Friday, May 10, 4 p.m.
A full attendance is desired, as the
s sections - annual election of officers will be
held. Program, open to the public,
's sections - at 4:30: Modern Interpretations of
Dickens. Leader: Mr. Weimer.
Ec. Delta Sigma Rho: Initiation cere-
monies will be held at 6:30 p.m. Sat-
s in Educa- urday, May 11; banquet at 7 p.m. in
examinations the Michigan Union. All active mem-
in Education bers and alumni from Michigan chap-
, 24, and 25. ter and other chapters are urged to
o take these .attend. . Reply to Eleanor Blum,
nediately no- phone 4018.
Room 4000,
Anual Poetry Reading Contest:
The annual poetry reading contest
of Interpretive Arts Society will be
held Tuesday evening, May 14, at 8
elsfin Im-o'clock in the Auditorium of the Uni-
eif in I- versity High School.
i Parsno This will be free to the public.
i., Michigan The following students will speak:
publicr or- Ralph S. Bell, Phyllis E. Blauman,
ay
\Meeting of Ends Tonight
ie A.I.E.E. at "HOUSE OF ROTHSCHILD"
Officers for - - pu
at that time. "DESIRABLE"
urged to at-
Friday - Saturday
Victor MLAGLEN Edmund LOWE

nar: Begin- "GREAT HOTEL MURDER"
loore, of the --- plus
Department, BUCK JONES
on the sub- "ROCKY RHODES"
d Mechanics Two First Runs
:AMAT I C S EASO N
10BERT HENDERSON, Director
O NT ICKE T S
W O A L E !
a MENDELSSOHN Theatre
OOM, Michigan League Building
x Plays for $3.00, $3.50, $4.50 and $6.00
AAY 20 through JUNE 22 - 7 Plays
Flit!!
KINGDOM
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ama of Thrills, Comedy, and Pathos!
)DUCTION'S FINAL OFFERING
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Women Awarded High Pulitzer Prizes
, a **'a' 4Dassif4
NOTICE
TYPEWRITING and M
GRAPHING promptly and
> 4done in our own shop by1
enced operators at moderat
0. D. Morrill's Typewriter a
tionary Store, 314 S. State
FRATERNITIES AND SORO
4 Call the Kmpf Music Stu
n artistic piano tuning. Tern
sonable. Phone 6328.
YOUR- FURS are safest in
dling's Fur storage. 31 y
unexcelled fur service. Pho
COSTUMES AND WIGS R
Mrs. Spaulding. Wuerth T
Second floor.
RAGGEDY ANN BEAUTY
1115 S. University. Perman
_ $4, $5, $6, $7. Featuring t
Associated Press Photo. Tone Crouignole, $6. Sof
Highest honors in the field of American drama and literature went shampoo and finger wave, 5
to two women with the award of Pulitzer prizes to Zoe Adns (left) Phone 7561.
for her play, "The Old Maid," and to Josephine Winslow Johnson (right) NEW AND USED CAR
for her first novel, "Now In November." Both are native Missourians. A.M.S. Inc. 311 W. Hur
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Grace K. Gray, Dorothy E. Ohrt, Wil- ets or their equivalent). Transporta-_
ma Rattenbury, Marian M. Sanders. tion and meals will be provided at an FOR RENT
approximate cost of 75 cents. A base-
Faculty and Student Bovy: Henry ball game and treasure hunt is COSTUMES AND WINGS R
F. Donner, M.A., will present his mo- planned for "Saturday afternooi; Mrs. Spaulding. Wuerth T
tion pictures "Six Years In Africa speeches, games and dancing for Sat- Second floor.
On a University of Michigan'Expedi- urday evening. Cars will return to
tion," on Sunday, May 12, 7:30 p.m., Ann Arbor Sunday noon. The trip FOR SALE
at the parlors of the St. Paul's Luth- is in charge of Wayne Whitaker; FOR SALE: Ford V8 Tudor, '3
eran Church, West Liberty and Third menu and program will be planned Excellent condition. For qu
streets, Ann Arbor. These will in- by Celia Knight. Phone owner. 5378.
elude action shots of the life in South -_-----_----_-_ -_
Africa and an automobile trip across COLONEL MILLER SPEAKS
the Sahara Desert. Student Supper Col. Henry W. Miller, head of the SOCIA
and Fellowship at 5:30 p.m. Pictures department of mechanism and engi- DANCIN
at 7:30 p.m. under the auspices of the neering drawing and noted gun au- Toe, tap. acr
thority, spoke Wednesday in Mil- Taught daily.
Student Club. Waukee before the Army Ordnance garden studio.
Association and Reserve Officers of ThOape evenig.
Wesleyan Students Guild: Hike and the District of Milwaukee.
and roast, Friday, May 10. Meet at Speaking in the Milwaukee Ath--
Stalker Hall at 5 o'clock. Call 6881 letic Club, Colonel Miller explained
by Thursday for reservations. There the famous "Paris Gun,"
will be a small cover charge._ _ _ _ _ _
Reservations and Tchets Here. No Extra Charge
Graduate Outing Club will leave KUEBLER TRAVEL I$UREAU
Lane Hall on Saturday at 3 p.m. -for ku6'oried-Licensed -Boned. Since917
an over-night camping trip to Camp OFFICIALFdrAl Leding Steship Lin;,
Newkirk at Dexter. Those planning AGENCY Tours, Crus e s'TouristCoem 'shi
to attend should bring plenty ofA'
blankets (at least two double blank 61 E. Huron, Ann Arbor. Ph. 6412
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MATINEES MAJETMC MAIN FLOOR THEN see this n
EVE. in BALCONY EVENINGS all screen romances
Todgy Tomorrow - The "Tops" in Double-Features p know why Warner
three of their bi
Meet Nurse Sarah Keate, famous female detective and Detective on this one spar
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WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 3. 4. 5, 6 and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. 200 North Main 7x
WANTED - House to accommodate
18 to 20 girls. State rental terms
and time of occupancy. Box 43
LAUNDRY
STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006.
LAUNDRY 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
I PERSONAL laundry service. We take
individual interest in the laundry
problems of our customers. Girls'
silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar-
anteed. Men's shirts our specialty.
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