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THE MICHIGAN DAILYA

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Chapel of the Michigan League e
building. All faculty and students in- em.at.Ve Rq s
terested are invited to attend.
Music Appreciation Group of Jun-
ior A.A.U.W. meets at 7:45 p. in., at
the home of Mrs. Byrl Fox Bacher, M usic Festival
619 E. University. All members who
are interested in this group are in-
vited to be present. (Continued from Page 1)

Goidmdn Winners To
Be Determied Today
Winners of the 13 tickets and
transportation to the Northwest-
ern game Saturday, offered by
the Goldman Cleaners, will be
determined in a drawing to be
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the program a distinguished violinist IMM '± Ill. 4.4IlVJ I, 1111
theprorama dstiguihedviomst Goldman branch on State Street.
will probably perform with the or- o
chestra.-
Friday afternoon, in keeping with
the custom established by former e l4~~~~
Festivals, a program of selections willF
be presented by the Young People's C
Chorus, with orchestral and solo
numbers included in the concert. I T
Following the tradition of many -a:-
years, Friday night's program will
be devoted to the leading number ofI
the series, a concert by an outstand- The University is most fortunate in
ing operatic star, with suitable or- having such a unique social research
chestral accompaniment and supple- institution as the Earhart Founda-
mentary works. tion, Dr. C. L. Dederick, one of the
Two concerts will be given Satur- 16 Social Science Research Fellows
day. In the afternoon a symphonic in the country, declared in an in-
program will be presented, at night, terview.
while the American Premiere of He- ,Dr. Dederick pointed out that the
ger's 'Ein Friedenslied" will be per- work of the Earhart Foundation in
formed by the chorus, orchestra, and bringing together the various social
soloists. The work is being specially I sciences in field work in the same
translated into English for the per- locality of study is productive of the
formance by Prof. E. V. Moore, direc- future good of the community.
tor of the University Musical Society, The Social Science Research Fel-
and special choral parts will be lows, most of whom are studying ir
printed. Europe, travel to the centres of so-
Professor Moore will also conduct cial research to talk with men in the
the choral offerings while Juva N. research field on the approaches tc
Higbee, assistant professor of public the structure and process of the work.
school music, will direct the Young Dr. Dederick has recently come
People's Chorus. Frederick Stock and from the University of Wisconsin,
Eric DeLamarter, will preside over where he was connected with the so-
the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in ciology department. He has madea
the miscellaneous programs and in special study of the city of Madisor
the selections for vocal and instru- which is to be published in the Wis.
mental artists. consin Social Social Series unde:
The entire arrangement for the the title, "The Madison Community.'
series is tentative in nature and sub- He has directed his fellowship studs
ject to changes as necessities require, towards urban structure and socia:
Dr. Sink stated, explaining that plans process.
were being made at an unusually His work as a Social Science Re-
early date this year to insure the re- search Fellow will be to study re
tention of the best artists the musical search work and the best method.
world affords. as offered in the mid-western an

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Sigma .Rho Tau To
MeetDetroit Team
The debating season opened for
the local branch of Sigma Rho Tau,
engineering speech fraternity, when
the campus Stump Speakers Society
team met the Sigma Rho Tau team
of Detroit City College in a non-dc-
cision debate in Detroit Friday. Saul
Ferman, '34E, John D. O Brien, '34E,
Albert Stone, '34E, Allen Cleveland,
'35E, Robert Lowe, '36E, and coach
Robert D. Brackett made the trip.
The Dotroit Institute of Technolo-
gy team, which was to have debated
in the Union last Saturday night,
cbtaned a postponement of the en-
gagement until Dec. 2. A return de-
bate with Detroit City College is
scheduled to take place Dec. 8.

NOTICE
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House Stewards To
Meet In December
A meeting of all stewards who are
interested in co-operating with the
Stewards Association in helping to
reduce the expenses of food will be
held Dec. 5, Frederick F. Jones, '3'5,
president, said.
Stewards of both professional and
social fraternities and sororities who
are anxious to become members were
informed last night by Jones that
they should call at the offices of the
Interfraternity Council or get in
touch with him.
The survey of the prices of canned
goods having been nearly completed.
the association will next turn its at-
tention to the prices which are be-
ing charged for various other com-
modities used by fraternities and so-
rorities, Jones said.
Forest Commission
To Purchase Lands
The National Forest Reservation
Commission has made plans for the
purchase of 95,723 acres of forest
lands in Michigan at an estimated
cost of $133,623, it was announced by
Dean S. T. Dana of the School of
Forestry and Conservation.
Among the national forests in the
State which will be augmented by the
proposed purchases are Marquette,
Hiawatha, and Ottawa in- the Upper
Peninsula and the Huron Forest in
the Lower Peninsula.
Under our present form of educa-
tion I am led to the conclusion that,
as individuals, Americans are great,
but collectively we are a failure. -
Dr. William J. Mayo.
B. Magill, editor of the Auto Workers
News of Detroit will speak. It is spon-
sored by the National Student League

eastern colleges and universities. He
will leave Ann Arbor within a few
days for the University of Chicago,
which he will make his headquarters
while completing his study of the
mid-west region. Next semester his
study will take him to Columbia Uni-
versity where he will resume his
training in eastern educational in-
stitutions.
Thousand s Are Off
State's Relief Rolls
(By The Associated Press)
More than 10,000 Michigan men
plied picks and shovels or operated
graders and cement mixers Tuesday
on dozens of civil works administra-
tion projects throughout the State.
Removed from the relief rolls of
Michigan cities and communities,
placed at work under wages rang-
ing from 55 cents to $1.20 an hour
for a 30-hour week, the 10,000 or
more men were the first to receive
the benefits from a program under
which it is planned to place 121,000
persons at work by Dec. 15.
Placing of the 10,000 men in jobs
was estimated by welfare officials to
have removed nearly 30,000 persons
from Michigan's welfare rolls, since
most of the men are heads of fam-
ilies or have dependents who have
for many months been receiving
welfare aid.

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GROPPER TO SPEAK
Leon Gropper, a former student
here and one-time attache of the
physics department, will address a
meeting of the National Student
League at 8 p. m. today in the Union.
Mr. Gropper's topic will be "The His-
tory and Lessons of the Russian
Revolution."

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Ibsen's subtlety you are familiar with
Robinson's is new and not so famiar
But don't let the title care you, for
as produced by Play Production is the cleverest
farce comedy that we have ever rehearsed.
If you've enjoyed "Hay Fever," "Three Cor-
nered Moon" and other crazy family troubles,
you just can't miss rolling in the aisles when you
see the family in "'THE ROUND TABLE" at
LYDIA mbENDELSSOH N THEAT R E
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Final Festival Week. The Original STAGE Play
The King of Mystery Melodramas!
with
crifminal Miss
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of N.Y. Theatre Guild
AND SPLENDID CAST
The Case of the frightened lady! OF CAPABLE ARTISTS
EDGAR WALLACE'S
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