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tites r Zbllcatiozin ten aulletin is constructive notice to aii members of te.
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-- -- tore will furnish the background for
ergo Log1 The fusion of eastern and western ports. Lunch. Faculty members Un subsequent lectuers on interior dec-
SFfluence in yzantine art as repre- oration. Because of her studies and
practical experience in interior dec-
n Sunday -ented in the architecture, sculpture Elementary class in Modern He- oration, Mrs. Hammett is a recog-
Scabardandand costumes of the ancient city of brew taught by Dr. Rabinowitz meets nized authority in this field.
Scabbard and Palmyra presents one of the most at Hillel at 4:15 p.m. Thursday. Reg-
ry society for ; interesting archaeological problems istration still open. Michigan Dames Charm Group:
members, is of today, Henri Seyrig, director of The December meeting of the Michi-
Tiii. !. ;Y, YY1 i~ .1. 1, i9 ..
day, Dec. 2. Please make reserva-? Michigan Men To Attend
tions at Lane Hall. M
College Union Conclave
Advanced Hebrew class will meet Paul Brickley, '39, and Donald
at Hillel at 3 30 p.. Friday. Dr. Belde. ,39, president and recordin.
lRabinowltz will jpreside R fegitra- *eellet4uy of the Ulnion. respectiey
tion still openI. left yesterday for Minc.apolis to at-
tend the amiual conference of the
Miichigan Dames Bowling-Dance: CleeUinAscain
'College Union Association. '
Any Dame not contacted concerning Brickley and Belden will be given
a ticket to Saturday's (Dec. 3) bawl- a special sendoff by Union Council
ing-dance should call 6567 before Fri- members, it was announced. They
day. will return Monday.
Publicity Committee of the League:
There will be a meeting at 5 p.m. on
Thursday, Dec. 1, in the Undergrad-
Men's Glee Club: The following men+
have been selected for the Mt. Clem-
ens trip tonight. Be on time. Bus is
leaving at 4:15 sharp. Bring ribbons
Marschak, Kelly, C. Clark, Holt,j
MacIntosh, Secrist, Pennell, Hein-
inger, Bowen; Smith, Loessel, Ander-
son, Kent, Kahn, Kahn, Luxan, R.
Clark, Tinker, Otis, Kingery, Osse-
Collins, Pinney, Roberts; Swann,I
Fink, Levinson, Peterson, Sklarsky,1
Spencer, Lusk, Viehe, George, G.
Brown, Dunks, Jacobson, Manley,
Carrothers, Jensen, LaSalle, Soren-
sen, C. M. Brown, Fromm, Gibson.
Kappha Phi will meet at Stalker3
Hall Thursday, Dec. 1, at 5:15 p.m
Supper served promptly at 5:30 p.m.
Please bring ice skates.
Scimitar meeting at the Union
Thursday night at 7:15. This is an
important meeting concerning the
tournament now in progress, and all
members are urged to attend.
American Student' Union: There
will be an executive committee meet-
ing at 4 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 1, in
the Michigan League.
Eta Kappa Nu. Officers of HKN will
meet at 6:15 in Michigan Union Grill
for supper. Alton B. Zerby, national
secretary, will meet with the officers
immediately after. A regular meet-
ing will be held at 8:00 the same
evening, Thursday, Dec. 1.
"Principles of Interior Decoration"
will be discussed by Mrs. Ralph W.
Hammett. at the next meeting of the
Interior Decoration section of the
Faculty Women's club to be held at
3 o'clock Thursday afternoon, Dec.
gan Dames Charm Group will be held,
at the Michigan League Thursday
evening, Dec. 1, at 8:15 p.m. The
speaker will be Miss Elaine LeMar of
the Pictorial Fashion Guild, who will
present a demonstration Fashion
Forum. Members of the Charm
Group will act as models. All mem-
bers of the Dames and their friends.
Faculty Women's Club: Instrumen-
tal group of the music section will
meet Thursday, Dec. 1. 8 p.m. at the
home of Mrs. Warren R. Good, 1407!
Michigan Outdoor Club will meet
at Lane Hall at 7:30 p.m., Saturday,
Dec. 3 for a swimming party. Any
students interested are invited to at-
SVulcans' meeting Sunday, Dec. 4
in the Michigan Union at 6 p.m. All
members qre urged to be present.
Engineers, Architects and Dec. De-
sign students interested in plastics
are invited to a lecture on "Plastics
in the Lighting Industry," by Dr. M.
H. Bigelow, Technical Representa-
tive of the Plaskon Co., on Friday,
Dec. 2, at 4:10 p.m. in Room 246 West
Informal Discussion: Dr. Sverre
Norborg, of the University of Minne-
sota, who is noted for his studies in
Scandinavian Philosophy and Litera-
ture, will discuss informally Ibsen's
Social Dramas, Saturday, Dec. 3, 4
p.m., at Lane Hall.
Luncheon Lecture: Dr. Sverre Nor-
borg, of the University of Minnesota,
will speak on "Psychiatry and Reli-
gion" at 12:15, Michigan Union, Fri-
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