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April 05, 1938 - Image 6

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..--- - - - _- tUnion on Wedhi'csday, April 6 from ;i e a~etM d
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN _o8Monn W -hProject Chairman
P u b lic a t io n i rn zI ~ 1 u O Iti r; t l is t' 1 1 yie r 7 ,t ea < ?I 1 ie e r - o r th e T e L t r G i d M r ig'l ~ ~hUi e s t . C p e ev~ , t e o f c f W n ! ; . t t l c P c l e z , S r i e w l e h l t t e L a u C n i u d f o r e 5
until 3:30; 11:00 a.mn. on Saturday. Chapel, 7:30 o'clock, Wednesday, - --- -_________
Smorning. editorial stafif of the Michigan 'En-
(Continlued lr 111 Page q$ h-er ins., fated cables and of ten-mil-; sian. and Miss Whittemore is a mem-
__ ;---- --- ion-volt lightning. Pofomiaz. Literary Circle will meet at'her of Delta Gamma sorority. Miss
the group in the lobby of Couzens. thc Womens League on Wednesday, Kaufman, ^.iplia Phi, is on the worn-
Hall at 4:15 p.m. Folloingr1 an rin- A.S.M.Y. iMixne's: All those inter- Aptrli, at 7:30 pam. All members' en's staff of the Daily.
forml dicusiona to-rel flm e- Iare requested to- be present. Mr. Miss Palmer was chairman of dee-
orml dscusio, tw-rel flm n-ested iii going to the Spring Con- Kupiec will speak on Problems of Ad- oain o rs rlcadi
t~jited "Nurses in the Making" will be l ftrence to be held at Marquette orattonnt oorthe PolishrPeacantdins-a
shwn I Unxiversity, Milwaukee, Wis., April 18,.utnn fte aihPaati
and 19 plca>e sign the list on the Acia Mimes Wednesday, April 6, at 8 p.m.
Christian Science Organization: IA.S M.E. bulletin board outside th~e ;ithUnohermnubrwl
8:1 pm. eaue hael tuentMechanical Lab, atory. 'There will Michigan Sailing Club: Importants be posted on the bulletin board.
alumni and faculty are invited to at- b etiigWa anetedti m.etinhedUnesan ightl atm7e30 and
end the services, of this trip Thursday,, April 7, at -5 pm tteUin l ebr n
tepn.di the MservCoputingroom prospective members are urged to be1
Room 244. ! present. There will be a discussion
'Association Book Group: "You have on the sailing schedules for the new a" -
Seen Their Faces" by Erskine Cald-' boats. I cv
well and Margaret Bourke-White and Ph1i E0 t Sigm will hold a very I
"A Door of Opportunity" by Slher- important business meeting at the Mimes: There will be a meeting o
wood Eddy will be reviewed by Rob- -I
ert Hammond at Lane Hall Library I - -- --- ---- --______
Tuesday, 4:15 p.m. A discussion of
the Southern Share-Cropper will fol-
low the reviews.
Phi IBeta lKappa: The annual meet )
ing of the Alpha Clapter in Michi ~~

tmember of the Gargoyle business
,f aff. Miss Davis, Chi Omega, and
Miss Sanderson, Collegiate Sorosis.
are members of the vwan's staff of
the IDily.
These appointmtiw s are the cul-
mination of weeks of thought, stated
Angelene Maiiszexvski, '38. head of the
Judiciary Council of the League. It
began early in February with the pe-
titioning of all freshman ewomen in-
terested in Freshman Project.
Those who petitioned were inter-
viewed by the Judiciary Council of
the League. Recommendations for
the positions were submitted by the
Judiciary Counce

n't SlIa ve
A - A Yr1I k 1 M A ~ r

gan of Phi Beta Kappa will be held
this evening at 7:30 p.m. in Room
2203 Angell Hull. At this meet-
ing the election of officers~, the elec-
tion of new members. and other' mat-

1 . M4.mse

On Srtecial Buses leaving Friday, April 8
Round TI'ip


tens of business incluuing thne arnenu[-
mnent; of the Constitution which was
suggested a year ago will be taken up.
It is earnestly desired that as manyc
members as possible will be present
at this meeting.
Orma F. Rutler, Secretary.
'lava.Beta Pi: Regular dinner mneet-
ing at the Union at 6:15 p.m. Prof.L.ABaewilsak
Vulcans: Luncheon meeting to-
day at 12 noon at the Union.
Student Senate: The Senate is conl-,
ducting this evening at 7:30 p.m. in
the League an open hearing on stu-
dent housing. All interested are in-
vited to attend, particularly any who
may wish to testify. to :ask questions:.
or otherwise to participate.
Woneni's Athletic Association:
There "will be a joint meeting of the
old and new boards at 4:30 p.m. to-.
day at the W.A.B.

1,iJ)s deposited ini a checkiJng account solve the
p-oblce t of safety PI us accessablity for mianiy f aculty
rnaetivdrs ajid stUdenits. They find it anl inexpensive

New York ..
Kansas City
Buffalo ....
Albany ..
Rochester .
Boston .

1 5$15.40

way to transact their personal business.
Another factor of teni overlooked is this;


check~s are inviolate receipts of payment. By simply re-
taimtg your cancelled cheeks, you avoid the risk of
forgotten or improperly written receipts.
Ann Arbor Savings
& Commercial Bank,

Ann Arbor. Pittsburgh, Washington, New York, Buffalo, Ann Arbor
Phone 415 1

Southeast Corner
of Main and lux-on

at State Street

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Fencing Club, Wonw-n Students:
Regulor meeting at 4:15 p.m. today at
Barbour Gymnasium. Plans for an-
nual spring tournament. All mem-
bers are urged "to be present.
iii^ Library: All library books dtg'
today. No books maey be ket over,
spring vacation.
111110 Players will meet tonig tf i t
7:30 p.m. at, the Foundation. Phlnsi
for the mneeting include a discussion!
of Roots and Election of OfIEcers. Jf
unable to attend, please notify Louis-'
Samek at 231111.
Situdents of the C.'rJr g(, of tLitcra-
ure,'Science, and the Arts: A meet-
~ng will be held on Thursday, April
7, at. 4:15 p.m. in Roomn 2045 Natural
.3cienc^ Building for student~s oft the
ThlIle e of Literatu re, Science anud
he Arts and others inrterested in fu-}
ture work in the profession of~ fores-
try, There will be an informal dis-
cussion with Dean S. '1. Daina of' the
School of Forestry.
La Snci' dad His panica : Ia Sociedad
-Mispanica twill meet Wednc 'ad ay,
April 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the WoMell"
League. Mr. Herman Oritz, will talk
on "Puerto Rico--American 1)05505-
ion in the Carilbean." MIembers
')lecase bring their song hooks.
IhemxitUy Colloqtuium xrwill. ie:t
Wedne ;day, April 6 at 4 p.m. iii 11oo0
300 Chiemistry Building. Dr. Victor'
taMer of Columbia U~ni versity wili
Speak 0on "Kill.fcsi 5of Ionic Rb-ec-
Phi Sigina Meeting: 'Wednrs:'liar
XIwil 6. 1938 at 3 p-m. in l?.oom 2116'
N,S, Bldg. .
, Iicn!1 of hysiology, will spe~r an
=F om cAspt'cils of 11ii' I ?egi ,ia ofo
lie Supply of Energy 11'1111rliyefd by'
the Living Organisin~
Initiation of inewvmntlr
Junior A.A.U.W'.; Theyr+ "7j u -a
monthly dinner meeting of the -Juni r
Branch of the AA.U.W. will b held
Wednesday, April 6. at 6:-15 a, t the
Michigan League. Mrs. Ciarl~s A.
Sink will speak on "The Social amnd
Home Life of Artists,"
Interior Decoration Group: Fa,ult y
Women Wednesday, April 6, 2 :45
p.m. Michigan League.
"Recent Trends in Interior Decorat-
hin"Will be demonstrated by Miss
Mary Margaret Darnes fi'om Te etzel
Company, Detroit decorators. Mem-
bers may bring a guest.
Luncheon~ for Graduate Stude is on
Wednesday, April 6. at 12 o'clock in!
the Russian T'.ea Room of the Miii-
gan League. Cafeteria Service. Pro-
fessor 1oward McClusky. of Ilte
School of Education will speak inifor-
nially on "Youth in the Coninur.i l° "
iA.I.IE.E. meeting will be held Wed-
nesd~ay.Argwil 6. at. 7:30f1unm. at Hie,



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