Officials Welcomed Back After Expulsion By Auto Union
of the Zoology Ciub for the year
1938-1939 will be held in the Upper
Auditorium of the Horace H. Rack-
ham Graduate Building tonight at 8
p.m. The program will consist of
short talks by President A. G. Ruth-
ven, Dean C. S. Yoakum, and Mr.
Lloyd L. Smith, Jr. Refreshments
will be served, and there will be an
opportunity to inspect the new build-
Zoologists on the staffs of the De-
partment of Zoology, Museum of
Zoology, Laboratory of Pertebrate
Genetics, School of Forestry and Con-
servation, Institute for Fisheries Re-
search and U. S. Bureau of Fisheries,
and graduate stude ts in zoology are
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rro r raterni
Omega Psi Phi, national fraternity
for Negro students, elected new of-
ficers at a meeting held in the Uniun
last Sunday. The following men were
chosen: Charles Clark. '9, president;
Richard Jeffreys, Grad., vice-presi-
dent and dean of pledges; William
Boyd, Grad., keeper of the records
and seals; Limas Wall, Grad., keeper
Richard Jeffreys, Grad., was ap-
pointed chairman of a committee to
plan the program for the regional
convention of Omega Psi Phi to be
held in Ann Arbor during the second
week of November.
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Calkins-Fletcher Drug Stores
314 South State 818 South State
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These four expelled international officers of the United Auto Workers Union have been reinstated' under a
settlement arranged by John L. Lewis. Left to right, Richard Frankensteen, Wyndham Mortimer, George F.
Addes and Ed Hall.
school must report all changes of elec- brush paintings and "finger-tip" Managing Editor of Webster's New
tions at the Registizar's Office, Room paintings. Mr. Chang, who is at pres- International Dictionary, will 1,cture
4, University Hall. ent enrolled in the Graduate School on the subject "Behind the Scenes
Membership in a class does not of the University, will be at the ex- in Building a Twentieth-Century Dic-j
cease nor begin until all changes have hibition rooms afternoons to explain i
been thus officially registered. Ar- his work. Admission is free. 6, in the Lecture Hall of the Rackham
ranglements made with the instruc- Buin the Hall ofsthedRacyha-
tors are not official changes. Ls1Building. The public is cordiallyin-
All Candidates for the Teacher's University Lecture: Thomas A.
mendfiat o obte gacty ofnhe' Events l(tday
Certificate to be granted on recoi- Knott, Professor of English in the
School n of te F June 1939 are University of Michigan, formerly Zoology Club: The first meeting
Scolof EuainbyJne99ar___._ __
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office of the Recorder of the School ____
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