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THE ICHIGAN DAILY
airRACKHAM LIBRARY DISPLAY CLOSES:.
s .Authors, Illustrators Discuss. Children's Books
,was re- <N~~" ~Oe 25,000 visitors attended theyboadtetobeadfnIi
fthe~~group , ' day a { ~~~classical studies department gavebokanthtruladfni-
Rusthiup~Book Fair this week, Sanita. I.-
Rusia$ill i.a WDavsUniersty chols ib aalecture Thursday on his book, vlved in writing it. f
it alwn~ Crs Hunts the Cougar." Also on Friday, Prof. Robert
Iaffairs. !an and chairman of the exhibit, vi
ona direc... rl r + cla;imed. ' tThursday, Howard Peckham, Iglehart, himno h r e
toa L il$ ° ism <.:.~ tted Boai o Cide director of the Clements Library partment, spoke on "flustrators0
viisosr :~:~~:described the components of a his- of 'Children's Books" 0
40 y .#.. *....f..........r . n ongPole ed'abak torical book. Prof. Lamont Okey of the speech-
atosfr ham, 1,000 books were on display MisFacsWghafre department, with the assistance a
ats political ~ in observance of National Libraryintuorfd h N of his daughter, presented a story "
te±us "Week. In conjunction with the ex-0 ac a a- hour Monday which featured sev- I
e n m hibit, children's books illustrators, tional Music Camp, gave her ral of the stories exhibited at
y"demxperience, " .. story tellers and authors spoke on reasons for writing a children's the book fair. 3 14 South State St.
iiY ,Y 1their particular field of interest. _______________________________________
the United During the first day of the ex- ___________________________
191Uatr F .. hibit, Jean George, author and o rganization Notices e
Africa and M."N,',v>% artist, spoke on "Animals ands
Books." Mrs. George and her Read a
1S technca husband hav. '"'~ e written and illus- Michigan Chritian Fellowship, 'lee- Lutheran Student Assoc., play given
V.in Journal- '/. trated many books on wildlife, tre, Mar. 30, 4:00 pm., speaker: Dr. by students, mar. 30, 7:00 pm., "The M 'rv..':
andwer te frstreipintsofHenr Brandt, clinical psychologist,-
1a second I1,Y °~ < y 1i'tgf# z. the 'Aurianne award, given in * , officers and dessert.
Myad...recognition of the Juvenile book Unitarian Student Group, panel dis-
.-DiyFeShpe which helps develop humane at- cussion, Mar. 3, 700 p.m., First Uni-
ST. French, BOOK FAIR-Adults and children of all ages viewed the display titudes toward animal life. tarian Church. Topic: "Is a Belief in
,first 20. God'Defensible." Transportation from
termany and featured special displays of books loaned by public libraries and spoke on "Scenery Designan and tcwe"lat45
ia. talks by illustrators and authors. I Books"; Prof. Clark Hopkins of the Hillel, meeting, Mar. 30, 7:0 p.m.,E I I NS Nu 'BE N,'
a . a . " c the novei "Remember me to God" by
Myron S. Kaufman..
" . for positions on
Graduate Outing Club, hiking, Mar.
30 0, B L Nc nnmeet in back of Bckham (N.W. +,
LY O FFICIAL ~~~~~~~entrance). tleExctvBorAmnfat
AlLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN ~~~~ Gamma Delta Ltea Student Club,HlelEctveBadAmisrct
____ __supper and program, Mar. 30, 6:00 p.m., andAS r l
........................... ...University Lutheran Chapel, audo-vis- Asml
'age 4) Literature, 1660-i790, Sat., Apr. 19;. 1790- extension of time must be on file in. the have 8 to 10 years experience in poly Churcn h. oko heLtea
"______ 1870, Tues., Apr. 22; and i870 i950, Sat., Secretary's Office on or before wed., mers, rubbers or plastics. 3. Polymer * * - *'t
Apr. 26. The exams will be given at the Apr. 2 IChmitendGrupLede-Eso M HlllSupe Cub Mr.30 600pn.,Secretary's Off
Bus. Admin. Bldg. in Bi. 268, 9:00 a,m. Instrumentation Engineering Semi hPetitionsp availableSHlllSupe inb Mr:30 640p~.
to1:0Qon. nr:"oineatigCntoyses" In"Chem with 6.to 8 yrs. experience. * .s
____B'N I BRITH HILLEL FOIJN+DAT
Fellow ship: yir. E wa dn. i be thfeh A ro4heign- rj ct E ine erldo. ea C ongregation and ' D isciples G uild,p
I eedHs TeEtninService announces the nuia niern etTe. p.i h hmsr ileections and dinner, Mar. 3, :00 u~A -v
0 p~m., First following elass to be held in Ann Arbor 1, 4:00 p.m., rm. 1508 E. Engin. Bldg. Deaconess Hospital, Buffalo, N.Y. has p.m, Speaker: Rev, Richard Crusus.Sudytr ghFia, - riv.i-
beginning Mon., Apr. 14, at 730 pm. in an immediate opening for a Director Topic: "The Forty Days Before . .:
Rmn 131 of the School of Bus. Admin.: Anatomy Seminar: Dr. G. R L of Nursing in the Nursing Education Disciples Church. Bible 'Seminar, Mar. __________________________________
land. "Fish RELIGION. A consideration'of the reli- Space."'and Dr. M. J. C. Showers on lors degree inNursing Education Is re-____________________________________
Regulation." ance in the Protestant Movement on ",Somatic and Visceral Responses from quired and a Masters is desirable. Ex- -^
1139 Nat. Sci. the authority of the Bible, the result- the CicnlteCyrus." Mon, March 31 perience necessary. Must be RN in glt31,
ing Sectarianism, and the evidence now Room 2501 E. Med. Bldg. Coffee will be New York State. SYLVIA S U I
available for the study of biblical ma- served one-half hour before each sem- For further information, contact the t U O
the Mental terals; a consideration of the task of, mar in Room 3502 E. Med. Bldg. Bureau of Appointments, 3528 Admin. o A C
e. Dr. Frank the' Unfinished Reformation, particu- Bldg., ext. 3371. ~n/
of Psycholo- larly as, these tasks have been stated DrGegeSoddeachl
ward a Coi- in Isaiah (40-55) in the Old Testament of'duaGeog ewoddrk UnDean t, O Casn Private Les ni
avior." Tues. and in Luther's dictum, what it is to of1 educaithionhe NteYrk iep rsty, MOIE . Academic Ballet-Kinder-
retn's cia eahPhissychia-Tetaet.Seiarballetet I areg - Taonpar 3,LIBE-WES-OA aler-TobaAroaicti1cCE 8 -
8 weeks. $13.50. Professor Emeritus, Le-.Smnro olg ecigo o. GLASS COMPANY, of Toledo, Ohio will Kinderane - Ballroom
roy, Waterman, instructor Registratin March 31, 4:00 pm., Aud. C, Angell be in Room 1217, E. Engin. starting atSans
a. he pri fo ths cassmaybe adedurng heHall. This Is the final lecture In a 10:00 ann. to show their movie "The
the Rackham f half t hourma preceding the ae clamsurin the series; the subject will be "The Issues Perfect Parallel." This is directed to*
m.o uscasro.That Dvide Us." Meetings are open the attention o fengneering and sc- A E
Chemotherapy totahn elw n aut. ence students who are interested n SYLVIA HAMER, C.CnAw
Land Loco- The Extension ervice announces theemlyntpsiltesngasmn- PoeN 8-806-NO 8$-7227 z.15ULU 1U1 re r
shines, M. G. following class to be held In Ann Arbor P C t82 Notices." ufacturing. Mr. L. J Schenck will be 525 East Liberty
or, Land Lo- beginning Tues., Apr. 15, at 7:00 pm. aalbet akt anyone who Is In- Michigan Theatre Bidn
tory, 'Detroit in room 524-of the Univ. Elem. School: PERSONNEL INTERVIEWS terested.
ch. and Ind. Helps the individual to improve his will be t the COLLEGE OF ENGI- Tcsh 'r'v e r
reading rate, concentration, vocabulary, NEERING: a
and critical comprehension. Class dis- Thurs., Apr, 3 ItJe {r7 a
iurnallsm: Dr. cussion, practice with visual aids, read- ADMIRAL CORPORATION, Chicago, r zj j
noted his- Ing selections. with comprehensive 111-All degree levels in E.E. for Re-~
ipihare, 3 dents. Early reistration. is advised. 8 be a US. citizen. (V )
tic ish cordially weeks. $13.0. Rosemarie E. Nagel, in- THE CINCINNATI GAS & ELECTRIC
structar. Registration fr this class may CO., Cincinnati, Ohio-BS in Ch.E.,a ' WI E
be made in the Extension Service office C.E, E.E., M.E. for Distribution & s°
at 110 Washtenaw Ave. during Univer- Transmission Design, Electric Power "A fer '
c' ity office hours. lines production, Power' to industry s t,' Ief+
codpormsales and Operations. Must be a US. .JIA 11
be presented Department of Aeronautical Engineer- citizen and men only. For summer: D ... ~
Gilbert Ross, ing ,Seminar: "Preliminary Design of Frosh, Sophs, Jrs, for various openings.4a t * f i
eseels, second Nose Cones yn 1Mssiles," by Dr. Maurice Can only consider residents of South- .
)la, and Oliver A. Brull,Asoc. Prof. of Applied Me- wEtERAOho.ELEPHOuNEn wahOi.yousel
Tues. April 1. chanics, Univ. of Pennsylvania, Mon, GERA TLPHN CO F I___h v awie
,Mticn to,4:0 oin-R . 142dgg g, C.E., E.E., I.E., and M.E. for Construc- C tr
3eethdven, the_____.tnSlsPulcRltosBugigd t
nn Arbor f Dotoral Examnaion for James Construction program progress, Coi- '*"N'.... 4
2 (958 wil Fedeic atsn, etalurica Eni-munications plant & equipment engi- "
m2 Th58 isnuar-eerig; tss: "A taluy of as Dge rGeraMnmntTrm.in °
the Univer- M ,rto of ickel Powers,"atMO.,THE PEOPLES GAS LIGHT & COKE hsq3
Stanley uaMarch 31, 3201 E. Egrg. Bldg.,at20 CO., Chicago, fll.-Ail degree levels in s" other After SIX ' f
,public. p.m. Chairman, M. J. Sinnott. C.. .. .. n ..frRsac, ~ ''""sm e oml
am Doppinan, Development, and Construction. Sm e ofml
ig Dexter, will Registration for the second series of U.S. GOVT., COAST AD GEODETICaslw s
Mon, March Reading Improvement Classes will be SURVEY, Kansas City, Mo.-BS & MS fSlwO n
, Angell Hall. held from &8:0 to 5:00 on Tues. and in C.E. and E.E., for ydrography, s
:a Sonata by Wed., April 1 and 2 in Bin. 524 Univ. Photograminetric, Geodetic, Geomag- 2 9
y: Bach, with Elem,'School. Tues. registration is for netic and Related surveys for Charting.
oppinan's red. those students who have already re- Morning appointments only.
al fulfillment ,served a place. All other students For appointments, contact the Engi-°
the degree of should register on Wed, April 2. Allow neering Placement Office, 347 W STATE sT R EE T AT L BaERT Y
;o the general 1/s hour for registration. Call ext. 648 for Engrg., ext. 2182.
further Information.. PERSONNEL REQUESTS
\ City of Chicago, Chicago, nIll The
een Em }ons Students, College of Engineering: Civil Service Commission announces
lent a reital The- final day for dropping courses two exams for Civil Engineers to be
p nm 1. ud without record will be Wed., Apr. 2. A given in. April. I
ram- wI~hic course may be droppned only with the Large National Manufacturer of

cament of the permission of the classifier rafter con- Thermo-Plastics has the following po- .
re of Bache- Serence with the instructor. sitions open: 1. Product Sales ManagerWVVS EK(y
compositisons Students, College of Engineering: -ar Ch.E. or M.E., with experience. 2.W
ion, Griffes, The final day, for removal of incom- AdminstrativeManager of Large Tech- WO S EK O O
course studies pletes will be Wed., Apr. 2. Petitions for nical Group of Research Men-Must ,
Recent appearances on campus of self styled socialists w~
nd, conduct- ..u M variety of vague and idealistic proposals have demonstrated ti
will preent" term socialism and to establish the persons and organization th
,h 30, at 4 00'.
phtmone, s s IF PROPOSAL AIMS TO MITIGATE THE EFFECTS 0
L i eheld sso WITHOUT REMOVING THE CAPITALIST CAUSE-IT L
endlSe i DARON- NYLON TRICOT , g The so-called Socialist Party of Norman Thomas was rea
Grofe, Wil i
aspighi. Open . capb rihmahmefnnihk90x r.Toa a
hout charge.trf e h n boasted that the capitalist parties have "stolen" his thu
11111 oe enghsSocialist Party reforms to shore up collapsing capitalism.Th
Totices . This Is Ann , . * June 7, 1936 quoted Mr. Thomas as follows: "Mr,. Roosevelt is t
n in English: y r=<'............~ ism has. it probably would have gone under before this if it ha
inEgls has adopted and adapted some socialist (meaning Socialist F
einary ex- 4,E,; y:' r Shsnw bt h asest them as props for a shaky, falling structure. Without their su
requested to"} aVi ~ r g ueto would have already'collapsed" Props to shore up capitalism
Obegen 64.as.* h l Therefore the so called Socialist Party speaks for capitalism, r.
rn e,150-660 "What's bl c nd white . applies to all parties advocating reforms o capitaism.
* and red (read) all over?" SOCIALISM MEANS
lordlfat'r. The Social Ownership of the means of production.
Thsi h lpta ahsFirst answer: The Daily, of course. 2. Production for the use of all interested of for profits fo
and wears like a miracle beca'.kse Second answer: Her coordinate outfit..Anefom fgormnt(obesalhdinkpi
means and in keeping with American tradition) compat
itsdflfaioe Sak.795 Jakt.1:5 Blue,39 needs by which production, distribution, and the useful f
the agial ondr fbri...Ther's lsoa sirt. ,650istered democratically through representation where w
" gclwne arc. hr' loamatching sit.,65 we are qualified by training and experience, SOCIALIST
LrDacron-Nylon Tricot. Ther a acasots... .5GOVERNMENT.
lacefrosed odic "peks"NOTHING LESS THAN THAT IS SOCI1
Pbterprettily through sheerest Available in a blue or brown plaidSO AITLBRPRT OF ME
i'raothe blouses yet daintily, opaquely inadto to her .
rovers your bra. White,II
Sizee32 o 44 I SOCIALIST LABOR PARTY,
. It offers Szs3 o4.~, ~ I 61 CIFF STREEr,
them:; Short, Regular and Tall lengths. Charge INOW lqgYR 3,NY

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