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Fund Dritve Gtele
Big Time Athletics Have Little Value
PILES OF MONEY-Almost $10,000 Fhas been received from Uni-
versity alumni in the first week of returns of a special fund drive..
The Alumni Fund office recently mailed a combination request" for
funds-special publications offer to the alumni. The avalanche
shows no signs of giving up, James K. Miller, assistant director
of the Development Council and manager of the alumni fund,
says, as he beams at a fresh stack of mail.
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Tickets 90c - 50c On Sale at Box Office
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DIAL NO 8-6416
MAN" IS AT
good set of
Russian Circle, chorus practice, Mar.
18, 7 p.m., Union 3D.
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Rifle Club, Practice, Mar. 18, 6:43
p.m., Rifle Range.
Young Democratic Club, organiza-
tional meeting, Mar. 19, 7.30 pin., unl-
ion. 3S.. Speaker: Mrs. Marion Fox;
Topic, 'A Training Program for Political
Kappa Phi, Morning Matin, Mar. It.
7:30 p.m., Chapel, First M et h odi st
Alpha Kappa Alpha, meeting Mar. i3.
7 p.m., SABl.
Activity Calendaring, 1958-S9. Or-
ganizat~ons planning to sponsor events
during 1958-59 school years are re-
quested to submit first. and second
choice of dates to the Calendaring Com-
mittee of Student Government Council,
Student Activities Building by April 4,
1958. If questions arise, call Paul Lichi-"
ter, NO 2-4419.
Physics Club, meeting, Mar. 19, 7:39
p.m., 2038 Randy Lab. Speaker: Lawrence
Curtiss, "Fiber Optics."
Deutscher Verein, meeting, eLr. 18,
7:30 pm., Union 3-Cd. Four students
of German to speak, on their experi-
ences in Germany.
Ire Caltech Jet Propulsion Laboratory now
has some excellent opportunities 'open for
Applied Mathematicians in an expanding Corn
puter Group for people desiring professional
reconitlon, growth and advancement.
A new high-speed computer to be installed-
In 1958 will be added to existing data-hand.
ling facilities equipment to support the corn-
Positions involve programming, problem
analysis and research in numerical analysis for
GRUSHIENKA (Maria Schzell) who lived for love!
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