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THE MICtHIGAN DAILY

- Ti SDA XIvIMAfCE 25, 1937

To Hear Pro Antd Con (HCourt Bill

Lovell To Talk
For Vocatioiial
Lecture Series
Dean Alfred H. Lovell of the Col-
lege of Engineering will deliver the
eighth in the current series of vo-
cational guidance lectures sponsored
by the dean's office of the College of
Literature, Science and the Arts at
4:15 p.m. today -in Room 259 West
Engineering Building. Dean Lovell
will discuss engineering as a profes-
sion,
The vocational guidance lecture
series is designed to give students of
the literary college who plan to enterl
one of the professional or business
schools of the University an oppor-
tunity to learn about conditions ex-
isting in the various occupations,
chances for advancement, remunera-
tion, qualifications necessary and
other information, as well as ac-
quainting them with the work done
in the various schools.
After his talk, Dean Lovell will
answer any question concerning the
profession of engineering which stu-
dents may wish to ask him.
The next lecture of the series will
take place Tuesday, March 30, when
Dean S. T. Dana of the School of
Forestry and Conservation will ad-
dress students on the profession of
forestry at 4:15 p.m. in Room 1025
Angell Hall.
What's Easter
without a New Hat ?
c .,
NEW STYLES
NEW COLORS
.All Sizes Ii
All One
,'rie$300
MILTONS
CLOTHES
119 South Main Street

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LEAD THE PROCESSION FOR
BEAUTY and QUALITY!
Kessel's steps forward this Spring with a group of
Royalty Fashions more brilliant than ever. .. resplend-
ent in Coronation colors . . . regal in Coronation-
inspired fashions. Coats designed for enduring pleas-
ure . . . with a beauty of line, fabric, fit .nd fur
founded on a background of real craftsmanship and
quality. Beauty, not only to make you distinctive in
the Easter parade, but to continue to dlelight you
through months of wear. Also sports coats, jailored
and swagger, from whic'h to choose . . . Sizes for both
Misses and Women
95 to $4 50
9 Nickels Arcade 217 South Main

Church, will talk on tie "Cruciilx- " - - >
on," and following a selection by the Associated Press Photo
quartette and a hymn, "In the Cross Faced by cne of the m st important dvciiiJn, .n their jclith:al careers,
of Christ I Glory" sung by the con- members of the Senate Judiaars Comtt a ia close attention
gregation, the program will draw to to witnesses called to speak fo- an: . a, A Ihe 1 id -nt' tourt reor -
Sclose with an organ postlude. ganization program. Here are live enwr, l ci[:-,eon:ittee, with a
fellow senator, givin_ rapt aL t ntci tl i -stny. UlThwey are, left,
BROUSE MADE PRESIDENT top to bottom: Senators W. It Aw-tin, I nawan, Vermont; M. M. Lo-
Robert C. Brouse, '38L, was elected, gan, Democrat, Kentuckl, and 2 r e V. N £ aiiendent, Ne-
Yesterday, president of Phi Delta Phi, braska; right, top to bottom: Sen lk Si mn IiirI n, Democrat, In-
egal fraternity and William F. Borg- diana; George McGill, Democrat, Kan1as, anid Mat, A. Negly, Dem-
Carlisle,'Jr., 138L, was chosen clerk. ocrat, West Virginia. Senator Miin"ton is not a nni mber of the committee.

F17

We'll Have No Frivolous Novelh1
Local Stuents Tell Bookstores
By ROBERT F. FITZHENRY Philip Guedalla's "Hundred Years"
That University students will not and Margery Helis "Live Alone And
buy frivolous novels or "cheap trash" Like It" following in that order.
is the unanimous belief of State "Anthony Adverse" bti SeHAl-
Street booksellers. len was said by all the stores to be
"Such stuff just will not sell here, still selling steadily. In comparing
so we do not even keep it on our the sales of "Gone with the Wind'"
shelves,' one proprietor said. with "Anthony Adverse" one pro-
Th efirst two or three books on prietor said that the latter will "un-
the national booksellers' list are al- doubtedly reach a much higher total
most without exception the most pop- sales, it was said.
ular in Ann Arbor, the booksellers It is the exception rather than the
stated, however after this the Ann books, the sellers said, and approxi-
Arbor list varies considerably.boste erscsnidfnthe tex k
Mitchell Novel Is Popular mately 90 per cent of the textbook
A concensus of the stores' mostsodaeecn-n.
popar ctin resealeth trs'Gmos No trend either toward or away
popular fiction -revealed that "Gone from the classics has been noted by
With The Wind" by Margaret Mitch-frmtecasshsbenoedy
elWish Theind'he l arfolloetdtyhany of the stores. The sale of modern
eli is far in the lead, followed by works, however, has been greatly in-
Walter D. Edmonds' "Drums Along Frs oeehsbe ral n
te Mohw.' "Straws "inum theWn" fluenced by the modern novel course
by Ruth Lininger Dobson and "Mr. now being offered in the University,
M _,, - ___ ,.,,, _ _, . . T? m u it was said.

PABST BLUE kIBBON
({ FRIAR'S ALE
At X411 Dealers,
J J O'KANE, Dist. Dial 3500

779

--- NOW

AVIS.
She staked a week of thrilling
romance against a lifetime of
bitter heartbreak! She lost-
but she never regretted her
choice! Come and see why!

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F-IT CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST, ANN ARBOR
ANNOUNCES
A FREE LECTURE on CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
ENTITLED
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: A RELIGION OF SERVICE
By GAVIN W. ALLAN, C.S.B.
of TORONTO, CANADA
Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church,
The Fii:st Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts
In MASONIC TEMPLE, SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE
Thursday Evening, March 25, 1937, at Eight O'clock
THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND

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