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Summer School
AnnouncemnentLs
Now Available
Offer Program Summary ;
Large Catalogue To Be
Ready About March 144

TUIE MI-CHIG-"AN I,)AILY

WEPN1TSDAT, MARtCH 2t 1933

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,~specait IFor I ers hi,, g

Will, Discuss CIO,

~Ip To GI*ve x
Organ RecitalI

)1-.cAuc. fo.rl

D)el '['gat oWilAddress I sescarcli W orker
Prof. Julio del Toro, of the Span-

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The early abridged announcement
of the programr for the 45th Univer-
sity Summer Session, to be held this
summer, is now available at the offices
of the Summer Session in An~gell Hall.
The announcement gives a. general
summary of the program to be offered,
outlines facilities offered and require-
ments for admission, and gives a sur-
vey of the courses to be given. It
will be followed by the regular com-
Plete catalog sometime around Marcjh
14.
Work will be offered in all of the
regular Schools and Colleges except
the School of Dentistry, and regular
credit will be given for courses taken
with the total work of the Session
becoming equivalent to about one-
half -the w'ork ~of a regular semester.
In addition to work in the regular
colleges, special programs will also be
offered both in Ann Arbor and in
bases outside the Unversity.
These include institutes in linguis-
tics, Far Eastern studies, public ad-
ministration and physics, besides new
programs in Renaissance studies, bio-
logical chemistry, mechanics, Latin-
American studies, and music. Field
stations will be held for studies in
biology, geology, geography, surveying
and forestry.
The Session will open on Monday.
June 27 for most colleges, with regis-
tration being done on the previous
Friday. During the summer, excur-
sions, plays, lectures, and conferenes
have been planned for any regularly
enrolled students wishing to take ad-
vantage of them. Thc Session will
last eight weeks in most of the col-
leges.
Karpov Addresses
Engineer's Society
Engineering development is limited
to the degree of advancement in thf
field of advanced mathematics. A. V,
Karpov, chairman of the structural
division of the American Society o.
Civil engineers, and hydraulic engi-
neer for the Abluhi Company o}
America, told an audience of facultN
mnerbers and 'students at 4 p.m. yes-
terday in Ronm 445, Wecst Engineer-
ingBulig
Mr. Karpov stressed in his talk the
importance of. establishing a com-
mion, clearly-defined base for scien
tific operations in modern research
He also pointed out the fundamental
of stress upon which the modern
theory of structural engineering i,
founded.
CARNATIONS WILL BE SOLD
Senior Society will sell red and
white carnations for Assembly Bali
Angelene Maliszcwski, '38. president
announced. Tickets for the flowers
mnay be purchased at the same tim
as those for the b~all. The carnation
will be given to those holding ticket:
te night of the dance=

.11111i "LIIfur """u T 1'' uCuuinad romJhi/ 1)ish department wl rsnt'etid Dr. Gustav Haber, noted edical
th'ifeene-btee-he-O- -- ft r oo .~__- in the series es lectures sponsored !ad research worker of Zurich, will
Thtifrncsbten h I1re in 1929 with hisnol'TebLaScedHipncat4pm spkat43pm.tayi heu r
and the AVX~ will be discussed at the - -IMagic Mountain." Charles Poore !toymLarow da in oo 2ange hail. p am. phiteater30p . of ai the talBildin
meeting of the Ann Arbor CommutnityI Porter Heaps, rioted Chicago musi- l;has witten hn in the New York foorwi om21Agl al mhtetro h etlBidn
Eorumn at 8 p.m. today in Pattengill cian. will appear at 4 :15 p.m. today Times Book Review section, "Thom- Eit~cled "Enscnanza Univrsitaria on "Relaion of Hard Foos to ]Decay
Auditorium, in Hill Auditorium as the second guest; as Mann is the greatest living man en Hispano-America," the talk will of the Teeth."
Prof. John W. Riegel of the bus- organist of the season.! of letters," and most critics have deal with the history of universities r. Habe, formerly employed in
ne,4s admninistration school will beI Mr. Heaps is the son of the Rev. agreed. with him. The most recent, in Latin America from the colonial:
hairman of the meeting and will ex-Alio Ra Has.fre ngei novel fr'om the Mann pen is the third period to modern times. Admission isBeln yth Grmn ovnet
plain some of the background ghchAionaypapsfohe er w o in I of his Biblical group about the life by tickets only, available at the office w .as active in developing proper ntri-gtoapsorhewoisnwwn
has caused these differences to aie pigilMs.H od ere of Joseph, entitled "Joseph in Egypt."; of the Romance Langage depart_ . on for school children. He also de-
John Rccd of Lansing,.ecear ISrigfelBas.cehol erees It has already been hailed by literary; met, or from members of the faculty teoped a form of hard bread for
secretaryFeeraio of ofow_ Msc Bachelor of critics in extavagant language of the Spanish department. dental experimental purposes.
will discuss the American Federation. Science and Mas- -_- ----
side of the issue, while Walter Reu- ter of Arts from -
Cher of Detroit, a CIO organizer for Northwestern, and x t
Local 174 of the UAWA, will present has also studied A,
the case for the Committee for In- in Boston, Chi- " h oi i t r
dutrial Organization. sago, New York ? .
--and Paris.f or em cracya
f , ~The program will s
Geriii Play I.ryout- include Hanadel'sby.
A sk ed T o R e p o rt To dIa y "C oncerto for O r-byo t r h a r l5 p "e1 u d e.i
Tryouts for the German play spon- ___ No. 5; Bc'st sT H 0%M A 50A N
cored by the Deutscher Verein are Iotii; chrlpreIu(
asked to report from 2 to 5 p.m. to-! "Have Mercy Upon Me 0 Lrd"; the Th rs , r. ..8: 5p m
day in Room 300 South Wing ac-1 traditional pastor'ale "Le Prologue de + + v
cording to Mr. Otto G. Graf of the j Jesu"; Bach's "Prelude and Fugue etULLA IT IU
German department, director of themi A minor"; Rousseau's "Scherzo"; I ILA Dr'IZ
play. 1 Mr. Heaps' "Prelude on St. Agnes";
The play, "Das Konzert" by Her- Dethier's "Caprice: The Brook"; l l(Ada Sxist...75 ad50
man Bahr, a comedy which achieved Leach's "Four Casual Brevites-- O al tWTATT1'SC Now!
great success in Europe, will be pre- Prelude, Allegretto, Adagio, Scherzo" OiSl tw~ri.
seated April 24 in the Lydia Men- and Sowerby's "Fast and Sinister s_______ Pi'set(I by the U9 f11. ,toriclG tAss
delssohan Theatre. Symphony in G major." 'SU

Drx. Verne Ivasonl, Los Angeles
speciarlist, shown as he boarded an
air liner to fly to Tu-son, Ariz. He
willj act as (-onsulaant i the serious
illness of Gen. John J1. Pershing,
'who is near death from a heart al-
ment.'
Local Princes
To'cyGet Chance
At Princesses'
(Coutinued Lf rmPage i1)
voked the following fanciful plans, ac-
ording to tlD 2 Phi Dolt,,A Phi publicity
'elcase :
"The lawyers have appointed a
'ommi ttee to arrange all pr'eparationls
or the x'isit. A new second-chef, re-
ently fr-oin the Continent, has been
ngaged to give the princesses and
arty a touch of 'Old World' cooking.
j"The lawyers plan to stage a gala
)all the evening of the arrival, t o
,riiich a h in ,xitixxfnumer of invitation.-
viii be issued. Th'le chapter hiouse will
>e decorated in a festive mnotif, with
;rose s ciiuiitairs against the back-
grou id of the Albanian flag. Plant
~re on foot to devote the entire dlay
n Ann Arbor to a inwge Zog-Fest."
One thing mnore: Our information
has come entirely from members of
the local chapter of Phi Delta?h~
fraternity, thank you.
Reich Air n1 Ready'~;
(Cozatill ed if rm Paige1)
like inanner their support of the
%11a11C'Cl1)loid in idio appeals 5sent by
he Fatherland Front, only legal po-
uitica i organization in the country.
Radical Nazis' demnands, to be pre-
,ented to Seysz-Inquart in Graz.
ailed for restoration of free speech.
Yee enlistment of, memnbers, recog-
-itiofl of results of the Na',A member-
hip di'ive as a plebiscite, orgaiia-
on of federal and provincial govern-
*nents on the basis of the inember-
hip campaign and refusal to permit
yrganizat ion of soc'i'odists al coin -
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Univorgity. Co~y ro'lved at thrfice otfr' t,r' A ri,:i ilitt o tic) iP2 a.t'
unil 3.30. 11:00 amtr. on satuarday

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Com~rring erI
3046 last Fnglneering Bluilding Wedt- 7Zcoox~ Sen inai': Mr. Charles G.
nesdiay at 5:00. ! I Dobrovolny will report on the "Life
Tau Beta Pi: Very important din- - History of the Fish Ti'ematode.
ner and business meeting tonight at1 Plagiopor'us sinitsini, and Studies on
the Union at 6Gp.m. Cotylocercotis Cereariac fromt the Hiti-I
ron River System" on Thursday,
Luncheon for Graduate Students Marchl 3 at 7.30 pin. iii Rootn 2116r
today at 12 o'clock in the Russian! N.S.
Tea Room of the Michigan League .
Cafeteria service. A. .M.1'X lntwctlon itip: 1"o Tren-
Prof. Lawrence Preuss of the Po- toi Channels Power Plant, of ec-
litical Science Department will speak troit Edison. Leaving Tuesday after-
informally on "The Present Status of, noon, March 3, at 1:00 from En-
International Law." 1;ineering Ar'ch, returning at 5:00.
Sign i.ip on M.E. fluiletin Boar'd im-
Naval Aviation Rexerve: Lieutenants mediaftely, Transportation charge vita
C. F'. Greber, Commanding Off'icer of bus will be 50 cents.
the United States Naval Reserve Base-
at Grosse Ile, Michigan, will speak cii Openi Badminton, Open Ihadin-
"Aviation Training for Naval Cadets ton in Barbour Gymnasium, Monday.
in Naval Reserve Aviation," tonight! Tuesday and Thursday evenings, from
at 7:30 p.m., in Room 348 West En- 7:30 to 9:00 until fur'ther notice.
gineering Bldg. Thursday evenhing is being substitu~ted
for Friday evening.

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Phi Epslloa

na Kappa Fraternity:I

important meeting of the National
Honorary Physical Education Pra-
ternity, Phi Epsilon Kappa tonight
at J p.m. at the Intramural Building.
All members are requested to attendl.
Mimues: '1'here will be a meeting of
w Mimres tonight at 8:30 in the Union.
All members are expected to attend
unless th-ey notify the secretary to
the contrary. The room number will
be announced on the Union buxlletin
board,
Dr. [taphael Isaacs will speak on

W~omn's Fencing Club: 'There will
be a mneeting at 4 :15 onl Thursday inl
Barbour' Gymnasium. Important.
Sinitr: There will be an ijmport-A
ant rteei mg of Scimitar' 'Thursday,
MVarch '3 at the Union. at, 7:30. It
is urgently requested that aill niem-r
bens be pr'Cwnfl t as a neCw president
lnt"1; eeetd
M114' nhef wsrof4all League fciimllitter"s:
Pan helen ic and Assembly Delegates:
E'ligibility slips must be deposited in
the Undergraduate Office before 12

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