THE MICHIGAN DAILY
To Be Aug*
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Plans for the second annual all-
campus cabaret dinner-dance to be
held from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Tues-
day, Aug. 2 in the League Ballroom
have been announced by Virginia
Sponsored by Women-s Education
Club, the affair will be open to both'
men and women. Charlie Zwick's or-
chestra will furnish the music for
dancing both during and after the
The central committee consists of
Helen Taylor and Coral McCammon
who are chairmen in charge of the
dinner. Entertainment is being
planned by Louise Paine and Mary
Eliza Shannon while Donna Hoyt,
Linda Boyd and Mary Miller are in
charge of the tickets. Virginia
Johnston and Erma Fust are taking
care of the publicity for the dinner
which has become a campus tradition.
The committee stated that the tick-
ets will probably go on sale the first
of the week and accommodations
will be available for approximately
300. Two hundred and fifty attend-
ed last summer and it is expected that
there will be a large demand for
reservations this season.
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tenor, Hartland, Mich., will give a re-
cital in partial fulfillment of the re-
quirements for the Master of Music
degree, Friday evening, July 22, at
8:15, in the School of Music Audi-
torium. The general public is cor-
dially invited to attend.
Hillel Summer Session Group will
hold its second informal dance at the
Hillel Foundation, Oakland and East
University, on Saturday, July 23, at
9 p.m. All Jewish students are in-
The Graduate Outing Club will
meet in its room in the new Rack-
ham Building (enter in rear door at
the north-east corner, facing on Hu-
ron Street) on Sunday, July 24, at
2:30 p.m. The room will be open for
inspection until 3 p.m., when the
group will leave for Saline Valley
Farms for swimming, baseball and a
picnic. Plan to come, rain or shine.
Life Saving and Water Safety in-
struction at the Intramural pool by
Bob Mowerson, Red Cross instructor,
July 25 through Aug. 6. Hours, 6, to
7 p.m., Monday and Thursday; 6 to
7:45 Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday. Instruction free.
The Bureau has received notice of
the following Michigan Civil Serv-
Lake Vessel Operating Engineer
Classes; Salaries to be announced
Cabin Steward B; Salary to be an-
Able Seaman A2; Salary to be an-
Lake Ferry Vessel Officer Classes;
Vessel Engineman A2 Classes; Sal-
Applications for all of these exam-
inations must be postmarked beforel
midnight Aug. 1, 1938. For further
information, please call at the office,
201 Mason Hall. Office hours: 9-12
University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Infor-
The following is a complete list of
the educational films of the Univer-
sity of Michigan Library, which are
being reviewed and evaluated by Dr.
F. D. McClusky's class in visual and
Twelve films will be reviewed each
afternoon in the auditorium of the
Architectural Building from 1 to 4.1
The first four in the list for each
day, will be shown from 1 until 2
o'clock. The second four will be
shown from 2 until 3 o'clock and the
remainder will be shown from 3 until
Thursday, July 21.
Exploring the Universe.
The Dutch East Indies.
Geological Work of Ice.
First Aid 1. Care of Minor Wounds.
How Nature Protects Animals.
First Aid 2. Carrying Injurea.
First Aid 3. Control of Bleeding.
Molecular Theory of Matter.
First Aid 4. Life Saving and Resus-
Friday, July 22.
From Flour To Fruit.
The Nervous System.
Oxidation and Reduction.
Making a Book.
Roots of Plants.
Velocity of Chemical Reaction.
Monday, July 25,
Volcanoes in Action.
Work of Rivers.
Yellowstone National Park.
All educators are welcome.
Read .Daily Classified Ads
England's flag near British oil company property on middle Yangtze
didn't prevent its bombing by Japanese war planes; in Hankow, "Old
Glory" has been painted on American warehouse in anticipation of
Japan's drive for capital city.
one of the quietest men in baseball,
once won a prize for oratory.
That Mrs. Billy Herman, wife
of the Chicago Cub's second base-
man, is an expert pistol shot. I
can't imagine who should be more
worried-the umpires or Billy
That Van Muigo was once a
somnambulist and woke up one day
to find himself hanging on a hook
in the clothes closet. Maybe that ex-
plains some of his walkouts from the
That Charley Grimm, Cub
manager, once sold peanuts in
Sportsman's Park, St. Louis. I
bet lie's wondering now whether
or not they'll take him back.
That in 1845, a baseball team had to
score 21 runs in order to win a game
and that in 1867, the batter could call
for a high or a low ball. I'll have
That in 1904, Jack Chesbro won 41
games for the New York Yankees and
then let loose with a wild pitch that
cost the club the pennant. The bush-
"Why People Do Not Get Jobs" will
be the topic of a speech by Dr. T.
Luther Purdom, director of the Uni-
versity bureau of appointments and
occupational information tonight at
7 o'clock at the Michigan Union. The
meeting which is open to the general
public is expected to yield some timely
hints for unsuccessful job-seekers.
After the theatre the place
for cool refreshing beer or wine
is Flautz's. So, to top the eve-
ning off just right, bring your
party down and have a tasty
sandwich and beer.
Closed Every Monday
122 West Washington
Lunch 11-4 p.m... Dinner 4-8
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