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(continued from Page 4) which will begin at 3:00 o'clock in who cannot come for their cards in
the afternoon, the afternoons.
matics 13 meeting in 403 South Wing, The attention of the public is re-
and Mathematics 53 meeting in 402 .pectfully called to the fact that be- Meeting of the Merit System Com-
south Wing. 1 ginning today in accordance with mittee today at 4:30 p.m. in the
-- 1:he provisions of the new Federal Tax League. All old members and others
Political Science 85 will meet in Law, a tax of 10 per cent will be add- interested are requested to attend.
Room 1035 A.H. instead of Room 2203 led to the price of all tickets.
A.H. -Charles A. Sink Candy Booth mass meeting today
at :00 p.m. in Room C of the Michi-
Political Science 1, Sec. 11 (MWF Lectures gan League for all girls interected in
11) will meet in Room 2713 A.H. in- working on the Candy Booth Con-i
ratwil inoom A. .H.in- 1035 A.HO Association Lecture mittee this semester. If you cannot
o1Coqr>e season tickets are now on sale attend, please call Phyllis Lvejoy at
at the box office, Hill Auditorium. 2-3203.
..)?E g fox office hours are from 10 to 1 and
from 2 to 4 o'clock daily, with office
Choral Union Concerts:. The fol- 4 m2 k afe y, t P.A.C.I. Committee wvill meet at 4:30
lowing concert attractions will be c a'ed Saturday afternoon and Sun- this afternoon in the Michigan
heard in the Sixty-Third Annual League. It is important that the
Choral Union Concert Series given - whole committee attend.
under the auspices of the University Events Today.
Musical Society in Hill Auditorium. iTComingETys
Grace Moore, Soprano, October 22. Varsity men's glee club try-outs Co n Events
Emanuel Feuermann, 'Cellist, Oc- tonight 'at 7:30 in the glee club German Table for Faculty Menf-
tober 30. rcom.. third floor of the Michi- bers will meet Monday at 12:10 p.m.
Cleveland Symphony Orchestra, ghn Union. All old members of the b hrsFwi ndems' M ond , at121 gpm
Artur Rodzinski, Conductor, NoVem- Varsity, members of last year's fresh- in the Founders Room, Michigan
ber 9 man club, and all others interested I Union. Members of all deartments
Giovanni Martinelli, Tenor, and in trying out are urged to attend. are cordially invited. There will be
izio Pinza, Bass, November 18. The freshman club will meet every a brief talk by Mr. H. W. Nordrneyer.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fre- Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. in the Varsity -_
derick Stock, Conductor, November glee club room. Open House at the International
30. The R.O.T.C. Drum and Bugle Center: The International Center
Bostori Symphony Orchestra, Ser- Copwl ettnga t73 ntewill hold "open house" Sunday eve~
Copwill meet tonigt at 7:30 in the1
ge Koussevitzky, Conductor, Decem- R.O.TC. Hall, Headquarters Build- ing, October 5, from 8:00 to 11:00.
ber 10. ing All Basic students who are in- No invitations are being sent this
Robert Casadesus, Pianist, Janu- terested in joining the Drum and year, but all interested are cordially
ary 19. Bugle Corp, and who have knowledge invited. Professor Nelson, the Direc-
Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, of drumming, bugling, or experience tor of the Center, and Mrs. Nelson
Dimitri Mitropoulos, Conductor, Feb- as a drum-major, please be present. wil be assisted by President and
ruary 3. Plans will be made for the coming Mrs. Ruthven and the Advisers to
Joseph Szigeti, Violinist, February season. Attendance does not obligate foreign students from the various
19. i you to join. schools and colleges in the Universi-
Vronsky and Babin, Pianists, --- ---- ty with their wives. Because of this
March 3. Union Membership cards will be "ope house," the usual Sunday sup-
All concerts will take place at 8:30 issued from 7:15 to 9:00 .tonight at per will be omitted this week.
p.m., except those by the Cleveland the Student Offices. This is intend-
and Chicago Symphony Orchestras, ed primarily for graduates and others Non-Credit Courses in Portuguee
_____________,-.-I__________--- - _____ and Italian: The International Cen-
ter offers classes in spoken Portu-
guese and Italian. This will give
J students of the University the oppor-
.1 ?f ' I dA C tI dt. fJB 4nV P/ tunity of direct contact with those
who speak the languages in which
they are interested. Anyone wishing
with to join these classes should inquire
as to hours and other details in the
office of the Center before Monday,
October 6.
1Graduate Outing Club will mee
T I Sunday, Oct. ยง, at 2:30 lym. at the
fn I j L- 1Irear northwestdoor of the Rackham
Building. Program will consist of
hiking, football, and supper outdoors,
if possible. All graduate students,
arid H is Orchestra faculty and alumni interested in out-
door activties and an afternoon's
frivolity are welcome. Meetings will
eJn -be held each Sunday afternoon.
Outdoor Sports Group will meet
* Trumpets in triad: Herb, Gene, Dick Friday afternoon in the Wom-
* Frosh Deter - Double Bass en's Athletic Building at 4:30. All
* Michigan Song Favorite students interested in biking, Hostel
SB'etty Correll-- TrombOnetrips and cook-outs, are invited. At
this meeting plans for a brealfast
cook-out on Sunday will be made. If
-NL interested but unable to attend, con-
M Ltact either Dan Saulson (9818) or
Bl LROOM.Libby Mahlman (2-4471).
Every Friday 9:30-1 :00 and Saturday 9:00-12:00 The Luthean Student Association
is having Open House at 8 o'clock
$.00 per coupe Friday evening at Zion Parish Hall,
309 E. Washington Street

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