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Room 318-320: Pre-Medic Students
Room 323' Tau Upiioi1 Rho, 8'00.
OOm 202 Siidenr i Wnate ieet-'
ii, 4 00
(Gratiate Counhi meeting tonight
at. 7:30 in the Women's Lounge of
the Rackham Building. Attendance
of all elected members is necessary.
The Slavic Club will meet at 8:15
tonight at the International Center.
Michigan Anti-War Committee will
meet tonight at 8 o'clock at the.
Union. All members urged to be
All women students invited to a
demonstration of table settings with
lecture by Mrs. J. A. Meeks of De-
troit, under the auspices of the Flow-
er Arrangement Group of the Ann
Arbor Garden Club, at 2:30 p.m. to-
day in the League Ballroom.
New America: Mr. Herbert Mc-
Creedy, District Director of New
America, will speak on, "What Is
Happening to Education in Ameri-
ca?" tonight at 8:00 in the Michigan
Union. Everyone invited.
Graduate students, and other stu-
dents interested, are invited to listen
to a concert of recorded music to-
day at 4:15 p.m., in the Men's Lounge
of the Rackham Building.
Open Badminton: The badminton

courts in Barbour Gymnasium will in English on "The Industrial Revolu-
be open for play on Wednesday eve- tion Comes to Latin America" on
nings from 7:30 to 9 00 until further Thursday. Apiil 18. Room 102 RIL,
notice. it 4:15 pN . All( idents of Span-
__- - iIU ndtlief:. imtiested aie invfted

Midhgaii Dames; Biidg~e Club Will
meet tonight at, Michigan League I
Coming Events
The Pre-Medical Society will meet
Thursday at 8:15 p.m. in the East
Amphitheatre of the West Medical
Building to hear speakers from both
Galens and the Victor Vaughn House
describe their impressions of Medical
School. Final vote on the constitu-
tion will be held.
Flying Club meeting is postponed
until Thursday, April 18, because of
conflict with Institute of Aeronauti-
cal Sciences Meeting.
Reports will be made on the Sixth
National Intercollegiate Flying Con-
ference recently held in Washington,
and arrangements will be made for
reduced rates on flying time for mem-
bers of the club. Plans will be made
for a practise flying meet to be held
this coming Sunday. All members
are urged to be present.
Polish Engineers Society will meet
Thursday, April 18, in the Michigan
Union at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments.
La Sociedad Hispanica will sponsor
a lecture by Professor James of the
Geography Department who will talk

6 attndl.i 11u; dIn 1rk at hi a.) st.
In teniiationlal Srkring Fetlval at
hw Int raniura1l Building. Friday,
April 26, 7:30 to 12:00 p.m. The In-
ternational Center is offering an eve-
ning of co-recreational sport, sport
demonstration, and tournament fin-
als with an hour floor show of pictur-
esque folk dancing at the Intramural
Building. Free tickets starting April
15 at the office of the International
Center, 603 E. Madison Street (South
Wing, Michigan 'Union).
Graduate Tea: Dr. F. G. Lankford,
Assistant Professor of the Teaching
of Science and Mathematics, Uni-
versity of Virginia, will speak on
"Public Education in the South" at
the second graduate tea on Thurs-
day, April 18, 4 to 6 p.m. in the West
Conference Room of the Rackham
Building. All graduate students and
faculty are invited.
The Cercle Francais will present
"Les Jours Heureux" by Claude-An-
dre Puget at the Lydia Mendelssohn
f Theatre, Friday, May 3.
Mr. Elmore Jackson, National Di-
rector of the Quaker Work Camps,
will show movies of the Work Camps
and discuss their programs for this
summer at Lane Hall, 7:30, Thursday
evening. Studentsinterested in Work
Camps may have interviews with Mr.
Jackson at Lane Hall any time Thurs-
Outdoor Sports Club: Reorgapiza-
tion meeting for spring activities on

Saturday, April 20, at 2:30 p m. in!
the Womens AthletiW Building All
women sudents are invite to pa
licipate Spisg plans include h-s
ing, bAcycling, anoeing. possibly
overnigt trips, ad Out-lodO COOk
eng. Small fee for refres lents at
the meeting on Saturday-.
Tennis Tournaments: Women's
singles and doubles, and mixed
doubles tennis tournaments start
Monday, April 22. Those interested
sign up on bulletin board at the Wo-
men's Athletic Building, or call Alice
Braunlich-2-3225 by Saturday. Only
one member of a mixed doubles team
must be pn campus.
The Congregational Student Fel-
lowship will have a canoe trip Satur-

day, April 20. Meet at Pilgrim Hall
at 3:45 Small charge for the canoe
rip and wienienI roast, ICaIl 2-1679
for reservations.
I terior Decoration Section; "'Th
Selction and Combination of Wall-
paper, Paints and Draperies" will be
explained at the next meeting of the
Interior Decoration section of the
Faculty Women's Club to be held at
3 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the
Michigan League.


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answer these quetos

Who is the most advertised
I doctor in the U. S.?

Who made Baseball
the "National Game ?
With strictly phony innocence, who foxed a-U. S. President
into tossing put the first ball of the season, thereby establish-
ing."the great American'game"? Who has the greatest repu-
tation in baseball for collecting eccentric players and actually
thinks he can lick the Yanks? Read The Old Fox Turns Mag-
nate, by Bob Considine and Shirley Povich.


And how, banned from the air, does he
still sell his attractively priced "operations"
over XERA "the world's most powerful
broadcasting station"? Here's the story of
the goat-gland medico the authorities are
finally after, and how he has made a fabu-
lous fortune by methods the FCC and the
American Medical Association would give
theircollectiverightarmtostop. ReadCoun-
try Doctor Goes to Town, by J. C. Furnas.


How would you get even
with a sarcastic boss?
Say you were on a newspaper where three city editors and two
managing editors had quit becauselthey couldn't stand the
sarcastic old goat who owned the paper... Could you get even
-in print? Read Merrily We Go to Press, by Phil R. Sheridan.
What are Europe's newest
stunts in war propaganda?
Why did German loudspeakers blast out the Marseillaise to
greet the French President when he visited the front? Why
did the British .bomb the Nazis with tiny bags of coffee?
Whose trick is it to send forged or anonymous letters to sol-
diers, giving them false news about their families? Edmond
Taylor, in this week's Post, tells you how warring nations use
lies ., . and truth!... to fool some of the people all the time.
Turn to Propaganda Changes Poisons--page 27.
If you found a diamond ring
and knew if you gave it back you'd be accused of stealing it,

You. have almost learned
to fly and... n
in the air you're a wizard
- chandelles are a cinch -
with an instructor along.
But the way you make
landings is sheer suicide.
Should they let you try a
solo flight? Or make you
quit? A story of a flying
cadet's last chance.Ground-
Shy, by Sparks Hausman.
Suppose you were slowly
starving to death
in a lonely ramshackle store, and your only friend was a
kid who worshiped you because he thought you really had
killed Indians-would you disillusion the boy or invent more
stories? Turn to page 9 of your Post for the curious story of
a man with too many mexpories. Mister Ears, by Eddy Orcutt.
How far Can birds travel
without stopping to. eat or sleep
How can birds navigate with mathematical accuracy? What
bird commutes each year 11,000 miles from North to South
Pole? And which one hops the Atlantic twice a year? Read odd
facts about bird flightsbyRaymond S. Deck, Pageant in the Sky.




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