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April 17, 1934 - Image 2

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Finale from Trio Sonata I .... Bach
Prelude and Fugue in C minor
Symphony No. II ......... Vierne
Allegro risoluto
Hymn to the Stars (Sevenr
Pastels) .............Karg-Elert
Pantomime ................Jepson'
Twilight at Fiesole (Harmonies
of Florence Suite)......Bingham
Toccata: "Thou art the Rock".Mulet
Graduation Recital: Everett Jay'
Hilty, Organist, of Miami, Florida,
student of Palmer Christian of the
School of Music, will give the follow-
ing Graduation Recital, this after-
noon, at 4:15 o'clock in Hill Audi-
torium, to which the general public
with the exception of small children
is invited:
Choral Prelude on "Ein Fest
Burg ist Unser Gott"...... Hanff
Fugue in C .............. Buxtehude
Fantasia and Fugue in G minor. Bach
Choral Prelude on "In dulci
jibilo.............. ...Bach
Choral Improvization on "In
dulci Jubilio" .........Karg-Elert
Symphony IV
Symphony IV ...........,...Vierne
Events Today
Mathematical Club: Regular meet-
ing in room 3201 Angell Hall, 8:00
p.m. The speakers will be Dr. Ben
Dushnik on "A Note on L-Spaces,"
and Professor N. H. Anning on "Tri-
angular Symmetry."
Aeronautical and Marine Engineer-
ing Students: Mr. Starr Truscott, Ex-
ecutive Aeronautical Engineer with
the National Advisory Committee for
Aeronautics at Langley Field, Vir-
ginia, will speak on "Aeronautical Re-
search and New Equipment at the
N.A.C.A. Laboratories." Place, Room
348 West Engineering Building, 4 p.m.
Quarterdeck Society: Your atten-
tion is called to the illustrated lecture
to be given by Mr. Starr Truscott at
4 o'clock this afternoon in Room 34.
A short business meeting will follow.
Black Quill meeting at 8:15 p.m.
at the Michigan League.
International Relations Club: Meet-
ing at 8:00 p.m., in the Political Sci-
ence Seminar Room. There will be
a discussion of the Secretary-Gen-
eral's report which will be presented
at the Model League Assembly.
Christian Science Organization:
Meets at 8 o'clock this evening in
the Chapel of the Michigan League
building. All faculty and students in-
terested are invited to attend. '
Michigan Dames: regular meeting
at 8 o'clock in the Grand Rapids
Room, Michigan League. Please plan
to be present as the annual election
of officers will take place at this meet-
ing. Plans for the banquet will be
announced. The speaker for the
evening will be Miss Florence Pollok,
who will discuss "The Legal Rights
of Married Women."
National Student League meets at
8 p.m. in the Union. A discussion will
be held on May Day and the Anti-
War Conference May 4, 5. Everyone

New OlivetPresicent Slaring
Interesting Educational System

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tures in each subject once a week,
individual conferences with tutors.
and group discussion. As the stu-
dent progresses the responsibility of
obtaining an education will be placed
more upon himself, and by the time
he reaches the last year in the senior
division there will be few lectures
and little group work.
The tutors will suggest reading in
the fields of study, and are expected
to require written work and to act
as literary critics of this work; they
also may give examinations in all
subjects at any time.
President Brewer stressed Ihe fact
that Olivet's new educational pro-
gram will be extremely flexible and
that the method will be dictated by
the subject matter of the particular
course and the ability of the individu-
al student.
Although grades, credits and hours
will be abolished in Olivet's new sys-
tem a method for evaluating at any
time work done in Olivet in terms of
at the League. Mr. Hootkins will
speak. New members as well as old
are urged to be present.
Scabbard and Blade: Regular meet-
ing with the pledges Wednesday, 7:30
p.m., in the Drill Hall, R.O.T.C. Build-
ing. Uniform required. Members
are asked to note in particular the
change in place of meeting.
Shakespearean Reading Contest:
On Thursday, April 19, at 8 p.m. in
the Auditorium of the University
High School the Interpretive Arts So-
ciety will hold a contest in the read-
ing of scenes from Shakespeare. The
speakers are Ruth Chadwick, Virgin-
ia Chapman, William Dickert, and
Muriel Horrell. Tickets may be ob-
tained without charge at the office of
the Department of Speech and Gen-
eral Linguistics, Room 3211 A.H.; or
at Wahr's Bookstore from 2 to 4 daily.
Comedy Club meeting tomorrow
afternoon in the League at 4:00. Plans
will be settled on concerning the
spring dates.
Weimen's Riding Club: Tryouts for
experienced riders wishing to join
this club are to be held on either
Wednesday or Friday, April 18 or
20 at 4 or 5 p.m. Persons wishing to
try out are asked to meet at the
North University Avenue entrance of
the League. Free transportation will
be furnished to the stables. A fee of
15 cents will be charged for riding.
Definite appointments must be
made with Jane Brucker (23203) at
Tri Delta house or by calling Bar-
bour Gymnasium, Office 15.
Luncheon for Graduate Students
on Wednesday in the Russian Tea
Room, Michigan League Building, at
12 o'clock. Professor Arthur Boak,
Professor of Ancient History and
Chairman of the Department of His-
tory, will speak informally on Arch-
--ology and History.

the older system has been arranged
and can be applied whenever the
necessity arises. This has been done
that students may transfer from Oli-
vet into other instituitons and into
professional and graduate schools,
When asked what he thought the
purpose of an education should be,
President Brewer said it should fit
one for a definite function in society.
He also mentioned four by-products
that should be gained from this edu-
cation: you should learn where and I
how to find things out; you should
acquire intellectual humility; you
should be provided with a vocation
or at least an interesting avocation;
and you should learn not to believe
everything you read.
Student Loses Two
Week Death Fit'
After losing a two-week's battle
against a streptococcus infection aug-
mented by endocarditis, Forrest A.
Lenhart, '34, died Saturday morning,
April 7, at the University Hospital.
Lenhart, who transferred from
Iowa State University in 1932, was a
senior on the campus this year and
a member of Sigma Chi fraternity.
Having previously been afflicted with
the heart disease, he proved readily
susceptible to the infection when it
reached the blood stream, according
to Health Service physicians. The
body was removed to Des Moines, Ia.,
for burial.
To Plan Debate At
Alpha Nu Meeting
Members of Alpha Nu, national
speech club for men, will discuss "The
Young Man in Politics" in an open
forum during their weekly meeting at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Plans for a debate between Alpha
Nu and Sigma Rho Tau, engineering
speech society, will be completed at
the meeting, it was announced. The
debate, the second of the year be-
tween the two organizations, will con-
cern the topic "Resolved, That Mili-
tary Training in American Colleges
and Universities Tends to Promote
War." Alpha Nu, which won a two-
to-one vote in the first of the year's
debates, will uphold the affirmative.
Dr. Albert C. Kerlikowske, assistant
director of the University Hospital,
and Head Football Coach Harry Kipke
returned yesterday morning from a
speaking tour covering various alumni
clubs throughout the country.
They spoke at meetings and ban-
quets of the University of Michigan
Clubs in Grand Rapids, Joliet, Ill.,
Evansville, Ind., and Memphis, Tenn.



Coming Events
Cercle Francais: There will be a
meeting Thursday, April 19, at 8:00

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