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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MARCH 19,1938

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is onstructve nruc:-to AlJlembers of the University.
Copy .reeeved at the oioi the Assta to the President
until 330; liana nr.. :sAturday.
SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1938 skating class must change to another Natural Science Building Friday)
VOL. XLVHL No. 122 activity next week. Any student who;March 19, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sat-
Faculty of the College of Literature, has failed to sign up should get in urday, March 19 9 a.m. to 12 a.m.
Scien:, and the Arts: The five- touch with Miss Burr at Barbour;The r iibl ic is cordially invited
week freshman report will be due Gymnasimn, or the Michigan League
March .9, Room 4, Univ-rsity Hall. I a',oon as possible. ctures

00 Essay Prize
Open rT Stiudents
An all-expense trip to Detroit, plus
a total of $500 in cash prizes is being
offered to University students in a
prize competition for essays on, "How,
Advertising Benefits the Consumer,"
which is now being conducted by Ad-
vertising Age, national advertising
newspaper.
Last year John Milton Caldwell of
the University was awarded the first
prize of $250 and a trip to Detroit.
In 1936 Woodward Grove of the
University received honorable men-1
tion.

Freshman Class Dues
To Be Paid Next Week
All freshn'en in the literary college
are to pay their class dues beginning
next Monday and continuing through !
Friday, according to Irving Gerson,t
class treasurer.k
The dues are 25 cents per person
and they will pay for the class's pagec
in the Ensian and a frosh picnic thatf
is planned by Anita Carvalho, presi-

New Court House
Phi Receives Blow
Proposals for a new $300,000 court
house to replace Washtenaw Coun-
ty's antiquated structure received a
blow yesterday when the measure was
removed from the April ballot be-
cause of an uncertainty whether fed-
eral funds could be procured.
The measure, will be put before

To the Householders: If you need
student help for your spring house-
cleaning, yard or garden work, call
Miss Elizabeth A. Smith, Ext. 2121.
Student Employment Bureau. The
student rate of pay is 40 cents an
hour.
Wanted: Experienced Camp Coun-1
sellors for Summer Camp. Apply at
Employment Bureau, Room 2, Univer-
sity Hall for further information
J. A. Bursley, Dean of Students.

Exhibitions

Exhibition, College of Architecture:
i Examples of engraving, typography,
printing in black-and-white and
color, details in the manufactvring
of a book, and details in the design
and inake-up of a magazine. Shown
thro=ugh the courtesy of The Jlakeside
Press, R. I-. Donnielley & Sonls Comn-
pany, Chicago. Ground floor cases,
Architectural Building. Open daily
9 to 5, through April 7. The public
is cordially invited

Miss Lidia -Zarnenlof of Warsaw,
Poland will lecture here at the Michi-
gan League next Sunday, March 20,
at 4 o'clock on the subject "Lan-
guage and World Unity." Miss Zam-
enhof is the daughter of Dr. L. L.
Zamenhof, the author and founder!
of Esperanto. She is in this country
through the cooperation of the Spiri-
tual Assembly of the l3alia'is of the
United States and Canada.
Public Lecture: "Graeco-Buddhist
Sculpture: Its Place in Far Eastern
Art," by James M. Plumer. Il-
lustrated with slides. Sponsored by
the Research Seminary in Islamic
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dent;
ta nvoters at a special election if federal
of the finance committee, application is approved, according to
Prosecutor Albert J. Rapp, chairman
of the special building committee,
Read The Daily C lassifireds ( whiich took the action.

STARTING TODAY!
HE'S SO D E
S HE'S S O D

............_..

Marsh and Mandelbaum Scholar-- -
ships for 1938-1939. Students in the Exhibition of Ink Rubbings of Han
Literary College may now file appli- Dynasty Tomb Reliefs from Wu-

cations for the above scholarships, on Liang-Tsu. Monday, March 14 to t. N1 ondayMarch 21, 4:15 in
blanks to be obtained from the of- Saturday, March 26, week-days, 2 to Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall. Ad-
fice of the Dean of the College, 1210 5 p.m., West Gallery, Alumni Me- mission free.
Angell Hall. All applications must morial Hall.
be rtured o th sae oficeon r iLecture and Gallery Talk: Mr.
be returned to the same office on or Plumer will talk on rubbings of Han
before March 26. Awards will be an- The Ann Arbor Art Association pre-
nounced in April or May. sents two print exhibitions, work by Reliefs now on exhibition. West Gal-
For the photograph required, a the Chicago Society of Etchers and lery, Alumn Memorial Hall, Tuesday,
snapshot may be used or a duplicate by the American Artists Group of March 22, at 9 a.m. Required for
of that attached to the student iden- New York, March 15 through 27, in Fine Arts 192; other students and
tification card may be obtained at the North and South Galleries of Al- the public are cordially invited.
small cost from the Francisco and umni Memorial Hall. Open daily, in- University Lecture: Dr. Ludwig
Boyce Photo Company. eluding Sundays, 2 to 5 p.m., free toIWaagen of the "Junior Year Abroad,"
The Marsh Scholarships have re- students ant' to members. Munich will give an English lecture
cently carried stipends of $50 and $75. . -with lantern slides> on the South
The Mandelbaum Scholarships, of Exhibit of lPhotOglraplhs of Botanical German Baroque and Rococo in 18th
which three are awarded to men stu- ,Subjects: The Bo',iiical Section of century castles and churches on
dents in the Literary College, carry the Michigan Acad(;my will have an Thursday, March 24. at 4:15 Natural
stipends of about $400. The scholar- ;exhibit of photographs in Room 3004 Science. The public is cordially in-
ships here named are restricted to Natural Science Building Friday, vited.
those who are students of the Literary March 18, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sat-
College only, and in awarding them urday, March 19, 9 a.m. to 12 a.m. I
consideration is given to character, The public is cordially invited. Lr

Dewberry Residence for a term start- need of financial assistance, and
ing July 1, and lasting until June 30, scholarship, in the order named.
1943, and Neil C. McCath of Detroitc
was appointed honorary curator of Students of the College of Litera-t
astronomical observations in the ure, ciene, adth Ats A meet-
University. ling will be held on Tuesday, March
_ __22, at 4:15 p.m. in Room 1025 Angell
Hall for students in the College of 1
Japari Vulnerable Literature, Science, and the Arts and
others interested in future work inI
ToBan On Inmpo rtsbusiness administration. The meet- I
ing will be addressed by Dean C. E.
(Continued froilm Page 1) Griffin, of the School of Business
Administration. The next talk in this
pire, with the United States absorbing vocational series will be given on
only a slightly smaller percentage. Thursday, March 24, by Professor E.
Both of these states themselves ex- V. Moore of the School of Music.
port importantly to Japan. Holland
is the third major nation in this re- Perspectives, the new literary mag-
gard, with all other powers taking a azine, would like all students who
decidedly minor position after the have material which they consider
first three. It is for these two reasons suitable for publication to turn man-
-dependency on foreign nations and uscripts in at the English Office be-
touchy internal situation-that Pro- fore Tuesday, March 22.
fessor Hall believes Japan is espe-
cially vulnerable to sanctions, al- AcademicLNotices
though present large supplies of nec- N tie
essary materials would have to be Skating Class: As the skating rink
absorbed before they would be felt. closes March 20th students in the
LC shioied Drectory
FOR SALE LAUNDRY

i University Broadcast: Saturday, 9-
Exhibit of Phfotgraphs of Botanical 9:15 a.m. Joan and Jack at Michi-
Subjects: The Botanical Section of gan. The 16th of a series of dramatic
the Michigan Aaclaemy will have an I sketches written and acted by stu-
exhibit of photogahs in Room 3004 (continued on Page 4)
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Attend..
Crislriu1
Nig1ht
oil M onday, M rch 1
DON'T FAIL to be one of the throng that will welcome
Coach Crisler and his Staff to Michigan at Hill Auditorium
this Monday night, for it's bound to be good fun and will
give you a fine chance to see'-and hear the man in whose hands
the destiny of Michigan football rests.
DON'T FAIL to buy one of the twelve-page programs
put out by Sigma Delta Chi that will be on sale at the door,
for they are chock full of intimate dope about the coaches,

H i 11e1 PIaye rs

Present

WINNER OF THE 1937 HOPWOOD AWARD
By EDITH G. WHITESELL,
Drama at its best works towardsl harmonizing and unifying
society. "Roots" does just this; it broadens the range of our
sympathies and understanding of hmman natmre.

Final ' r
Performance'
Tonight
8:30

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