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GeTr THE MICHIGAN DAILY SDAN19

OVEMBER 17, 1935

Contemporary
Campus Sale To
StartTuesday
Campus Literary Quarterly
Will Feature Essays InI
Its Fall Issue
The first fall issue of Contempo-
rary, campus literary quarterly, will
go on sale Tuesday, Nov. 19, it has
been announced by Margaret Cobb,
publicity director.
Featured in this issue will be a con-
troversial essay, "Education and the
Liberal Arts College," by Marshall
Shulman, "Nazi Rule and German
Literature," an essay by Prof. Norman
E. Nelson of the English department,
and "Social Values and Economic Ac-
tivity," one of a group of prize-win-
ning essays submitted by Richard
Maddox in the 1935 Hopwood Minor
Awards Contest.
The fiction will include "Sevilla,"
by Allan Seager, formerly of Vanity
Fair, now a teaching fellow in the
English department, "Swede," from
Donald Elder's "Nothing But Time,"
prize-winning novel of the 1935 Hop-
wood Major Awards Contest and "Re-
union," a short story by Rosalie Stech.
A selected group from the poems
of Sue Bonner Walcutt, who won the
Hopwood Major Poetry Award in 1931,
will' also be featured, as well as "In-
terval," a poem by Harris B. Peck.
T. E. Lawrence's "Seven Pillars of
Wisdom," Ernest Hemingway's "Green
Hills of Africa," E. E. Cumming's
"Tom," and Robert Forsythe's "Red-
der Than the Rose" will be reviewed
in this issue.
The price of single copies of the
"Contemporary" is 25 cents, and the
yearly subscription rate is 75 cents.
It has been announced that Tuesday
will be the last day on which full sub-
scriptions may be purchased.
It has also been announced by the
editorial board that all those inter-
ested in contributing to the January
issue are -requested to leave manu-
scripts in the English office, 3221 An-
gell Hall.

Family Of First Philippine President

on Tuesday, Novenber 26, at 7:30
p.m. Professor Cecil C. Craig will
speak on "Applications of Mathemat-
ical Statistical Analysis to Research,"
and Mr. Alan D. Meacham on "Me-
chanical Aids in Tabulating Scien-
tific Data." Following the addresses,
.,alculating and tabulating devices
will be demonstrated.
Refreshments will be served.
Graduate Education Club. All grad-
uate students taking work in Educa-
ion are invited to a meeting of the
:lub to be held Monday afternoon,
November 18, at 4:00 o'clock in the
Jniversity Elementary School Li-
)rary. Mr. H. D. Pickins will dis-
,uss "The Selection and Evaluation
of Curriculum Materials for Di-
ected Teaching Courses.
The Acolytes will meet at 7:30 p.m.
on Monday, Nov. 18, in Room 202
South Wing, Professor DeWitt H.
Parker will present a paper on "A
Hypothesis Concerning Space." All
'nembers are urged to attend.
Tau Beta Pi: Formal Fall Initia-
tion and Banquet, Tueday at 6:00
o'clock in the Union. Pledges meet
in Room 302 at 5:00 o'clock. Veryl
mportant that all actives be present.
Phi Sigma will meet Wednesday,
November 20, 8:15 p.m., Room 1139,
Natural Science Building. Dr. Van
Tyne's subject will be "The Orni-
thology of Guatemala." The fall

election of new members will be held tional French short subject, will be
after the address, and annual dues of shown at the Lydia Mendelssohn
$1.50 will be payable. Theatre at 4:15 and 8:15, Thursday,
November 21. Tickets, 25c, may be
Luncheon for Graduate Students procured at the box office Wednes-
on Wednesday, November 20, at 12 day and Thursday.

o'clock in the Russian Tea Room of
the Michigan League Building. Cafe-
teria service. Professor Clare E.
Griffen, Dean of the School of Busi-
iess Administration, and Director of
he Bureau of Research, will speak
nformally on "Bases of American
?rosperity."
Contemporary: Important meeting
of the business staff Monday, 5:15
p.m., Student Publications Build ng.
All members should be present.
A.A.U.W. Meeting of A.A.U.W. in
the Ethel Fountain Hussey Room at
3:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 19.
Professor W. H. Hobbs will give a
lantern slide lecture on "Arctic Ex-
plorers I Have Known."
Guests of members, both men and
women, are invited.
The Dramatic group of the Michi-
gan Dames will meet Monday, Nov.
18 at 8:00 at the Women"s League
Bldg. Group 1. will read "The First
Mrs. Fraser."
The French Film "Maria Chapde-
laine," winner of the Grand Prix du
Cinema Francais, with Mlle. Made-
leine Renaud of the Comedie-Fran-

The Monday Evening Drama See-
tion of the Faculty Women's Club will
meet Monday evening, November 18
at 7:45 p.m. at the home of Mrs.'
Leonard Watkins, 1909 Loraine Place.
The program will be presented by
.he new members of the group.
Tuesday Play Reading Section of
the Faculty Women's Club will meet
Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2:15 p.m., Alumnae
Room of the Michigan League. Mrs.
W. F. Ramsdell will act as chairman
of the hostesses. Assisting her will
be Mrs. Albert Peck, Mrs. Paul Welch,
Mrs. H. W. Emerson, Mrs. D. M.
Matthews, Mrs. L. C. Karpinski, Mrs.
E. M. Mitchell, and Mrs. Walter
Hunt.
Billiard Exhibition: Ora C. Morn-
ingstar, former world's champion at
18.2 Balkline Billiards will give two
exhibitions at the Union next Mon-
day, November 18, 3:00 to 5:00 in

the afternoon and 8:00 to 10:00 in
the evening.
Rehearsal of Michigan Reserve
Band, Morris Hall, Monday, 7:30
p.m. All students interested in be-
coming prospective Varsity band
members are invited to attend this
rehearsal.
There will be a Pi Lambda Theta
meeting Wednesday, November 20,
at 7:30 p.m. in the U.E.S. Library.
Mr. Paul Slusser will speak on De-
sign in Art. The public is cordially
invited.
Corresponding Secretary.
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-Associated Press Photo.
The greatest day in the history of the Philippine Islands occurred
Friday when Manuel L. Quezon was inaugurated president of the newly-
formed commonwealth. He is shown with his family, left to right:
Maria Aurora, eldest daughter; Mrs. Aurora Aragon Quezon; Manuel
L. Quezon, Jr., President Quezon, and Zenaida Quezon.

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DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
(Continued from page 5)
Lion will speak to the Club. The so-
cial half-hour at 5:30 will be followedE
by supper at 6 in the parish hall on
Washington St.
All Lutheran Students and their
friends are invited.
Unitarian Church: 5:30, Mr. Marl-
ey will speak on "Living."
7:30, A movie on "Tale of Two Riv-
ers."

James Heller at 6 p.m. in the Tea
Room of the League Cafeteria.
Scalp and Blade meeting at 5p.m.
at the Union. Room to be posted.
All members are requested to be
present.
Graduate Outing Club will meet at
Lane Hall at 12:30 for a hike to be
followed by a steak dinner at the
George Washington Cabin. Games
will be played in the afternoon. All
Graduate students are cordially in-
vited to attend. There will be a
minimum charge of 35 cents for din-
ner.

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9:00, Social hour.
Everyone welcome. Bring your There will be a supper meeting of
friends. Alpha Epsilon Mu at six o'clock at
the Michigan League. The regular
Hillel Student Council: Please at- monthly meeting of Nov. will be held
tend Sunday evening supper for Dr. on Sunday, Dec. 1.
James Heller. Important Council
meeting Monday afternoon at 4:30. Coming Events

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Ohio Rabbi To
Speak Tonight
At Foundation
Rabbi James G. Heller of Cincin-
nati will be the guest speaker tonight
at 7:45 p.m. at the Hillel Foundation
at the first of a series of Sunday night
forum services. His subject, "Ju-
daism and the Need of Religion To-
day" will relate to the ethical and
religious needs of the world and their,
relation to systems of faith.
Rabbi Heller is an eminent leader
in liberal Judaism, according to the
Hillel president, Shirrel Kasle, '38,
Rabbi Heller is also a noted music
critic, and has composed several mu-
sical compositions which have been
presented by the Cincinnati Sym-
phony Orchestra of which he is a
member of the board of directors.
The Hillel director, Rabbi Benard
Heller, is a former classmate of the
guest speaker, but no relation.
In addition to the speaker tonight
the Hillel Foundation will be pre-
sented with a Scroll as the gift of
the members of the Saginaw B'nai
B'rith lodge which will be represented
at the services.
The forum services will each week
be conducted by students, and the
services will be read by a student, it
was announced.
Before the service the Hillel
Council is planning a dinner party at
the Russian tea room of the League
in honor of Rabbi Heller after which
the group will procede to the Founda-
tion.
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Hilel Foundation: Sunday evening
scrvice will be held at the foundation
at 7:45. Saginaw Lodge Bnai Brith
will present a scroll. Dr. James Hel-
ler of Cincinnati's Wise Center will
deliver an address.

Botanical Seminar meets Wednes-
day, November 20, 4:30 p.m., Room
1139, N. S. Bldg. Extracts will be
read from the diary of Professor
Bartlett now in the Philippine
Islands.
Sigma Xi: The first meeting of Sig-
ma Xi for the current University year
will be held in Room 231, Angell Hall,

HILL AUDITORI UM, TOMORROW,

(Monday) NOV. 18,8:15 P.M.

Rear Admira! Richard E. Byrd

Hillel
faculty
evening

Foundation: All students and1
are invited to have Sunday
supper with Dr. and Mrs.

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