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January 27, 1939 - Image 6

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Recturs With 10 Survivors Of IlI-Fated

At rliner, 'Cavalier'

Steamin1g slowly up New York harbor, with the MAnhattan skyline in the background, the Esso Baytown, is
shown as she neared the end of her stormy voyage of merczy with the :survivors of the wrecked airliner,
Cavalier. The Esso Baytown picked up ten of the thirteen persons aboard the flying ship from Atlantic waters.



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(otne rrt Pge 4) jWoodtbridge, 103 R.L.
Dean, 229 A.H. Room Assignment for Final Exam-
Everett, 215 A.H. inations in German 1, 2, 31, and 32.
Ford, 18 A.H. Feb. 4, 1939, 9-12 a.m.
Giovannini, W. Lee. Phys. German 1.
Greenhut, W. Lee. Phys. 1025, A.H., Schachtsiek; Striedieck;
Haines, 2054 N.S. Diamond.
Hanna, 2003 N.S. 1 25, A.H., Sudermann; Pott; Gatiss.
Hart,G AMH. 101, Ec., Graf, Eaton; Willey; Phil-.
Hathaway, 2235 A.. ppson.
Helm, 2014 A.1 B, H. H. Ryder.
K node, 4203 AMr. German 2.
Meniger, 205 S.W. B, All sections.
Ogden, 1018 AMH. German 31
O'Neill, 103 R.L. I C, H. H., Braun; Diamond; Van
Peake, 202 W. Phys. Duren; 'Gains.
Schenk, 203 U.H. 35, A.H., Eaton; Philippson; Reich-
;Schroeder, 201 U.H. art.
Stibbs, W. Lect. Phys, D, H.H., Graf; Striedieck.
Stocking, W. Lee. Phys 301, UJ.H., Scholl.
Weimer, 103 R.L.. 201, U.H., Wahr.
Weisinger, 302 M.H. German 32
Wells, 200 S.W. 241, A.H., All sections.,
Williams, 2Q16 A.H. Rokom Assignmenx for Final Exam-

inations in 'Mathematis (College
L.S. and A.) :
Mathematics 1
Section 2 (Elder), 201 U.H.
Section 3 (Coe), 3209 A.H.
Section 4 (Myers), 2231 A.H.
Section 5 (Dwyer), 2235 .A.H.
Section 7 (Odle), 202 M.
Section, 8 (Nesbitt),, 202 M.
Mathematics 3
Section 2 (Myers) 3209 A.H.
Section 5 (Greville) 2215 A.H,
Mathematics 7
Section 1 (Raiford) 402 M.}i.
Section 2 (Nesbitt) 36f10 ! , .
Section 3 (Elder) 201 U.H.
Section 4 (Anning) 302 M.H.
Mathematics 36
Section 3 (Anning) 203 U.H.
Mathematics 51
Section 1 (Craig) 203 U.H.
Section 2 (Greville) 402 M.H.
All other courses and sections tt
meet in their regular classrooms.
Exhibit ons

of Michigan Ujnion. Reservations. will1
not be held after that time.r
Comning EventsI
German Table for Faeult- Mem.
hers: The next meeting will be. Mon-
dlay, Feb. 13, 12:10 p.m. in the Found-
ers' Room of the Michigan Union. All*
f acuity members interested in speak=i
ing German are cordially invited.
T'here will be a brief informal talk by3
Prof. Henry A. Sanders on 'Reise-U
Eindruecke in alten Spanien."
CThe Dra.ma and Book Groups of the
Michigan Dames will present Dr. Wil- i*
1liam P. Halstead at the League 'Mon-i 3
day evening. -Dr. Halstead, a_ profes-
sor in the University speech 4depart-
ment, will review some plays which he
recently saw on Broadway. All Dames
will ; nd their guests are invited..
Contest Winners

Exb~bition of Chinese Amateur Plio- W.-.j . It
tograhy: Because of the interest in Winners of the radio script con-'
the exhibition of Chinese photog- test which closed Jan. 20 will be
raphy which it is sponsoring in the nmdnx eetr rf alG
Centerhas allrine, tecntierntnl3randt of the speech department,
Centr hs araned o cnti~uethchairman of the judging committee,
exhibition, through next week; it will anucdysedy
close Saturday, Jan. 28. The display none ysedy
rooms are open all day and in the Other judges include Prof. Herbert
evening, except on Sunday. Mr. Cheng Kenyon \of the romance language
will be present most of the time to department and T. Hawley Tapping,
comment on his work. I'erear 1o the Alumni Association.
The winner of the contest will re-
:verts T day ;eive an award of $25. donated by an
Event~ oda alumnus, anti his script or parts of the~
Stalker Hall: Class in "Through the best scripts will be -oroadcast nation-
Ne~etmn"tngta :0pm wide over the Columbia Broadcasting
at thc Methodist Church. Leader ytm arh1 ncommrto
Dr. Brashares. An "At Name" K thze anniversary of the founding of
Stalker Hall followingx the class,. he University.
Hihel Foua.ti+, x: Services will b, NEW. TERM
held tonight at 5-:30 p.m. :Next Fri-'
day services wilAl be held at the same Train for..EFIN IT.
time. ( i 4AMAWi~ r m



Independent J-Hop Boothes: Forest-
ers w~io have registered for the inde-
pendent J-Hop Booth but who have
not paid the registration fee are re-
quested to do so this afternoon from
3-5 p.m. in the Congress office, 306

Where All Graduates
Have Been Placed.
William at State Ph. 7831

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