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THE MICHICAN DAIL

Refugees From Chinese War Learn Mass Gardening

meet in 3217 A.H. at 4 o'clock_
Monday, Jan. 23. W. 0. Rice.
English Concentration Examir
tions. There will ae examinations

on gin on time, and doors will be closed tograhy: Because of the interest in
during numbers. the exhibition of Chinese photog-
raphy which it is sponsoring in the
na- ExhibtionsRackhan Galleries, the Internati:nal
for _ Center has arranged to continue the

strients expected to concentrate in Two Exhibits: Paintings by Sarkis
English on Monday evening, Jan. 23.Sarkisian, and prints from the col-
lection of the Detroit Institute of
'Language examinations, 7-8 p.m.; Arts, under the auspices of the Ann
English examination, 8-10 p.m. 2225 Arbor Art Association. Jan. 11 to 25,'
Angell Hall. afternoons from 2 to 5, North andi
South Galleries of Alumni Memorial
Scientific German. A course, Ger- Hall.
man 36, "Scientific German" will be
offered in the second semester. It is Textile Exhibition, College of Ar-
designed for and open only to stu- chitecture: A showing of moderni
dents who are concentrating or pre- textiles consisting of rugs, hangings,l
paring to concentrate in one of thej bedspreads and pillow cases, de-
natural sciences. signed by Marianne Strengell, now
Prerequisites: Courses German 1 on the staff of the Cranbrook Aca-
and 2 in the Universitys or equiva- demy of Art, is on display in the
lent in high school), and German 31 ground floor cases of the Architec-
orn 35.MhTW , . nd0German 31 rdture Building. Open daily, 9 to 5, ex-
eer. F hours credt. d-cept Sunday, through Jan. 25. The
public isinvited.
I~~ ! b~~itin of Chine Avrt~t Phan

extiition utrough next week; it will
close Saturday, Jan. 28. The display
rooms are open all day and in the
evening, except on Sunday. Mr. CY ng
will be present most of the time to
comment or his work.

Events Today
Varsity Glee Club: Meet at Morris
Hall at 4:45 today to rehearse for the
broadcast. The program goes on the
air at 5:45.
Pi Lambda Theta is holding a spe-
cial initiation at 4:30 p.m. today in
the Rackham Bldg. All member:. are
urged to come. The initiation will be
followed by a tea.
Stalker Hall. Sleighride leaving

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Invitation to a garden party would be welcomed by Chinese girl war orphans, who staged above drill in a
Shanghai refugee camp to show how they train for gardening.
F.P.A Famed ColumnistStill operative House, 517 E. Ann St., for
.M 1 the coming semester, should call 2-1
Calls Himself Michi an an12218 between 6 and 7 p.m. All appli-
__ _ cations must be made by Jan. 24. 1
Editor's Note: This is the fourth in a til it folded in 1931, when he went
series of articles on alumni who "made back to the "Tribune,"'by then the i German Departmental Library: All
good.") "Herald-Tribune." books are due.
By STAN M. SWINTON F.P.A.'s books are a legion-"Over-
From comparative obscurity on the set," "So There," "Half a Loaf," The Bureau of Appointments has
Michigan campus to a position where Christopher Columbus," - "Weights received notice of the following Mich-
a and Measures" are among their num- igan Civil Service Examinations. Last
alf America knows that an tialled r A famous wit, he belongs to the date for filing application is given in
"F.P.A:" is a guarantee of amusing exclusive "Players" Club. Now well each case.t
literature-that's the success story of past middle age, F.P.A. continues to Public Health Physician, salary I
Franklin Pierce Adams, who studied show an interest in tennis, his favor- range: $200-$240, Feb. 6.f
here- in 1899-1900 ite sport. For "The New Yorker," he Residence in Michigan not required.
covers that sport. Garageman, salary range: $80-$100,,
Companion of O. Henry, with whom I n a sort sJan. 30.
he collaborated on the musical com- It's been a long time since Frank-'HoptlPyianslryage
lin Pierce Adams dumped his text- Hospital Physician, salary range:
edy "Lo" in 1909, author of New books in the waste-basket and de- $200-$240, Feb. 6.-
York's best liked column, "The Con- cided to give up the academic life for Residence in Michigan not required,
ring Tower," frequent contributor to the more exciting game of journal- Elevator Inspection Classes, salaryE
such smart, slick-paper journals as ism. But even if he didn't graduate, range: $200-$310, Jan. 24.
"The New Yorker," F.P.A.'s latest .PA still calls himself "A Michi-! Forest -Fire Warden and Tower-'
achievements have been as a perma- mMan."Oman, salary range: $105-125, Jan. 30.
nent member of the "Information, n=.Prison Steward, salary range: $140-1
Please" program. Along with John 160, Jan. 25.
Kiernan of the New York Times heCA OFFICIAL omplete announcements are on
parries the questions that a nation ILYfile at the University Bureau of Ap-
eagerly prepares. BULLT INp ointments and Occupational Intor-
Of all his achievements, the one of BUNmation,201 Mason Hall; Office hous
which alumnus F.P.A. is reportedly 9-12 and 2-4.
most proud is that he's a "newspaper- SATURDAY, JAN. 21, 1939 University Bureau of Appointments{
man's newspaperman." As one of VOL. XLIX. No. 86 and Occupational Information.
the now legendary staff of "The New ------1
York World," which is still regarded Notices Academic Notices
in the profession as the best paper Freshmen and Sophomores, L.S. and
ever published, F.P.A. worked with A. All students who have not had Spanish 165, Grammar for Teach-;
under Charles Chapin, "the toughest their elections approved by their ers, will be offered the second semes-
cindr he verlved Chapitgs counselor must do so at once. Coun- ter by Professor J. N. Lincoln Mon-
city editor who ever lived. Chapin, selors will not be available during the day, Wednesday and Friday at 11j
murdering hiwas wflater Whilehtrocuted was onr examination period to sign elections. o'clock in Room 307, R.L.C
murdering h we Wie ewaln
"The World" F.P.A. made his con- Girls Cooperative Hous Girls in- The English Honors Course will
trihtnr's column entitled "The Con- G

.x1 fon luneseAmateur I no (Conti need on Page 4)
Room Assignment for FinalExam- .
inations in German 1, 2, 31, and 32. 1__
Feb. 4, 1939, 9-12 a.m.
j German 1.
1025, A.H., Schachtsiek; Striedieck;
Diamond.
25, A.H., Sudermann; Pott; Gaiss.
101. Ec., Graf; Eaton; Willey; Phil-
ppson. 302 South State St. (Near Liberty .)
B, H. H. Ryder.
German 2. FOUNTAIN PENS
iB, All sections. TPWRTR
Germn 31Il kTYPEWRITERS
German 31
C, H. H., Braun; Diamond; Van STUDENT SUPPLIES
Duren; Gaiss.
35; A.H., Eaton; Philippson; Reich-
art.
D, H.H., Graf; Striedieck. - -
301, U.H., Scholl.
201, U.H.G Wahr TE32T ESEASON'S SMARTEST S HOW
231, A.H., All sections.1

Forestry 194. This course "The
Conservation of National Resources"
will be offered by the School of For-
estry and Conservation during the
second semester at 9 o'clock Monday,
Wednesday, Friday, Room 2039 Na-
tural Science Building, and is open to
students from other schools and col-
leges of the University, with the ap-
proval of the respective Deans. For-
estry 31, will not be offered during
the second semester.
Concerts
Band Concert. The University of
Michigan Band, William D. Revelli,
conductor, will give a concert in Hill
Auditorium Sunday afternoon, at 4:15
o'clock, to which the general public
is invited, withthe exception of small
children. The program will begin on
time, and doors will be closed during
numbers.
Orchestra Concert. The University
Symphony Orchestra, Thor Johnson,
conductor, will give a program in the
School of Music Series, Monday eve-
ning, Jan. 23, at 8:30 o'clock in Hill
Auditorium to which the general pub-
lic, with the exception of small chil-
dren, is invited. The concert will be-

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