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ITHF IrlE .i 11CIW. 1' Y) AILY 1DAA

"RIL 28, 1938

Exhibit Planned
On Indian Arts
Photographs To Be Shown
April 28 To May 7
The University Museum of Fine
Arts will present an exhibit of photo-
graphs entitled "India, Her Archi-
tecture and Sculpture" April 28 to
May 7 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the
exhibition room of the Architecture
building.
The photographs, said to be par-
ticularly notable for their interest
and clarity of detail, were taken in
Mysore, India, in 1935 as an adjunct
o an expedition filming the motion
picture "Elephant Boy," which was
recently shown in Ann Arbor. They
range from pictures of Indian temples
to those of elephants and other an-
imals. The group of photographs
dealing with the sculpture of the an-
cient native Indian dance is said
to be of particular artistic interest.
The photographs were taken by the
wife and two daughters, Barbara and
Frances, of the distinguished direc-
tor and photographer of "Elephant
Boy;" Robert Flaherty. Frances Fla-
herty, now a special student at the
University has been principally re-
sponsible for the formation of the ex-
hibit.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued on Page 4)
taken up at this time. Reports of
the last two Physical Education Con-
ventions held in Chicago and Atlanta
will be given by the respective dele-
gates. It is urgent that all members
be present. Coaches and faculty
members are also requested to at-
tend.
Geology Journal Club will meet in
3065 NS. tonight, at 7 p~m. "Usage
of Habitat Terms" by A. J. MacAlpin
and "Are Deglaciated Lands Still Ris-
ing?" by Dr. G. M. Stanley.
Engineering Mechanics Seminar.
Fletcher N. Platt, '38E "A Proposed
VAethod for Determining S a f e
Stresses under Static and Fatigue
vondtiions' of Combined Tension,
Torsion and Bending.u Professor H.
M. Hansen, "Combined Stresses." To-
night at 4:15 p.m. in Room 314 En-
;ineering Annex. Refreshments be-
-ween the papers.
1938 Ann Arbor Dramatie Season.
3eason tickets now on sale. Garidet
room, Michigan League Building op-
,n every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p m.
Michigan Dames: The Child Study
Group will meet Thursday, 8 p.m. at
the League. Dr. David Van der Slice,
public health officer, will speak on
"Health of the Pre-school child and
Medical Care for School Children."
Pamphlets on health care will be
distributed. The 5'hairman for next
year will be elected.
Varsity Glee Club: Important final
-ehearsal, tonight at 7:30 p.m., for
Music Educators' luncheon at 12:30
o.m. Friday
Iota Alpha: There will be a reg-
ular monthly meeting of the Beta
Chapter of Iota . Alpha tonight at
7:30 p.m. in the Seminar Room of
East Engineering Building (Room
3205). Ater some specia bus ess
which is to be brought befor. the
members, Dr. R. F. Sommecs, Oper-
ative Dentistry and Radiology, will
give the address of the evening.

Outdoor Sports Class: The outdoor
sports class \vill meet at the Women's
Athletic Building dressed for bicyc-
ling.
Forestry 4ub, election of off icers
for 1938-39. Ballotting for club of-
ficers will take place Friday, )pril
29, all day, 4n Room 1042 Nat. Sc.
Bldg. Please be prepared to show
your Club mom bership card.
The Westminster Guild of the First
Presbyterian Church announces a
bicycling party for Saturday after-
noon. Meet at the church's student
center at 2 p.m.; tickets, 65 cents
including bicycle all afternoo -i and
lunch.
All c'h dents welcome
French Play: The Cercle Francais
presents "L'Avare" by Moliere, at the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre, Friday,
April 29. a1- 8:30 p.m. Tickets at the
box office Thursday and Friday
Stalker Hall. Friday night: Class in

"Through. the Old Testament" withi
Dr. Brashares at 7:30. We will leave
at 8:30 p.m. to go to Ypsilanti for
roller skating. Reservations must be
made at Stalker Hall bye Friday noon.
Bridge Party: The Junior Group of
the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti branch of
the American Association of Univer-
sity Women will hold its. annual
bridge party for the benefit of its
scholarship fund on Saturday after-
noon, April 30, at 2 p.m., at the home
of Mrs. L. W. Oliphant in Barton
Hills. Tickets at 35 cents may be
secured at the desk at the League
and transportation will be provided
from the theatre entrance at. 1:45.
French Play. The following girls
have signed up as ushers for the
French play Friday, April 29, They
are reminded that they must be at
the theatre at 7:45 in formal dress.
If for any reason anyone is unable
to attend, please notify me :.mmed- -

iaiey. Martha Dynes, President.
Jenny Petersen
Marcia Connell
Marian Barter
Jane Lord
Helen Owsto~a
Margaret J. Campbell
Frances Blumenthal
Leonora Racette
Lillian Perkins
, Charlotte M r~ith
Phyllis McGeachy
Pauline Putnam
Magaret Murphy
Crop and Saddle announces try-
outs for new memvers on Friday,
April 29, at 4:15. Call Betty Hood,
3718, for details.
Peace Ball: Friday, April 29, 9 to 1
at the Michigan League Ballroom.
Tickets are obtainable at the League,
Union and Wahr's Book store. Spon-
sored by the United Peace Commit-
tee.

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