THURSDAY, FEB. 18,
Blind Student Defeats Handicap,
Is Graduated From Law School
(Continued from Page 4) By ARNOLD S. DANIELS will not be graduated until his final
Victorious o v e r circumstances examinations have been graded, but
Freshman Activities Assembly: Ans his professors say that this will be
Assembly to acquaint all freshmen which would have discouraged any only a formality. His scholastic
with extra-curricular activities and but the most courageous, Mandino record is above the average.
their requirements will be held this Perlongo is now studying in Lansing, Used Braille
i t $ mi h Tn4n mithe second blind student to receive a
evening at ,is m. m.n iLe Union oaLi-w
room. All freshmen interested in out- diploma in the history of the Law
side activities are urged to attend. School.
Swimming Club for Women: Mem-1
bers of the club report to the Union
Pool this evening at 8:30 p.m.
Basketball for Graduate Women:
Any graduate woman wishing to play
basketball in the Club Series which
starts a regular schedule today, re-
port to Barbour Gymnasium office
Senior Class Finance Committee:
Meeting today at 4:30 p.m., Room
302 of the Union Important.
The Outdoor Club is sponsoring a
skating party at Geddes Pond on
Saturday, Feb. 20, leaving Lane Hall
at 2:30 p.m A splash party will beI
held in the evening at the Intramural
Building if the weather is unfavor-1
able for skating.1
Esperanto: The Esperanto Class
will meet in Room 1035 Angell Hall
from 4:30 to 5:30 pm. on Friday, Feb.
Rendezvous Men: There will be an
informal dance this Saturday eve-
ning, Feb 20, at Lane Hall from 91
til 12 o'clock. Music by Jacob's or-
chestra. Refreshments and special-
All Campus Men and Women: Are
nvited to attend the first in a series
f all campus dances to be held under
:he auspices of the Student Chris-
ian Association this semester on
Saturday evening, Feb. 20 at Lane
Elall. Music will be furnished by
Jacob's orchestra. Refreshments and
novelties. Dancing from 9 till 12.
Perlongo lost his sight in an acci-
dent when he was four years old, but
he gives little indication of the odds
which he has overcome to obtain an
"I hope and expect to make a go of
the law business," he said on com-
pleting his final examinations. He
ture ever to be produced by they
Soviets. The box office will be open
the, following hours: Thursday, Fri-
day and Saturday, 10 a.m.-8:30 p.m.
Art Cinema League.
Dealers in Death, war-peace talkie,
will be shown under -the auspices of
the Peace Council at the Natural Sci-
otce auditorium on Wednesday, Feb.
17, at 4:15 p.m. and Thursday. Feb.
18, at 7:30 p.m.
Pack Will Be Speaker
At Washington Dinnes-
Philip C. Pack, editor of the Mich-
igan Athletic News Service, will be
the speaker of the evening at the Ann
Arbor Army and Navy Club's Wash-
ington Birthday Dinner which will be
held at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 22 in the
Prof. Joseph R. Hayden, chairman
of the political science department,
president of the local organization,
said that reservations for the dinner
should be made with Stanley G.
Waltz, manager of the Union or with
Lt.-Col. F. C. Rogers, commandingj
officer of the University ROTC unit.
Perlongo entered the Law School
in 1934. He took notes from lectures
in Braille, and did his case work by
having the cases read to him. He
briefed these cases immediately and
typed his examinations. His handi-
cap has not prevented him from en-
gaging in other activities which have
enabled him to lead a life typical of
the normal student. He has become
versatile in several fields which have
aided him in achieving his goal.
At Michigan State College, from
which he was graduated in 1931, he
was an honor student. He is an
accomplished pianist, and played in
an orchestra for several years. He is
also an adept craftsman, being ex-
pert at repairing radios, at carpentry
and at reed and fiber work. His
ability in shoe repairing gives him
rating as an expert cobbler.
A Good Hiteb-Hiker
Also, as a means of getting about,
and possibly to show that even .a
blind student can be collegiate, he
has hitch-hiked alone to nearly every
section of the state, and has made
several trips to his home at Gaastra
in the Upper Peninsula.
As an example that being blind is
no handicap to success, he points to
his friend, common Pleas Judge
Ned Smith of Detroit, the only other
blind person to receive a law degree
from the University.
203 East Liberty Phone 2-2973
Flowers for All Occasions
FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY
WHITE HOUSE SUNDAE
Life Saving, Women Students: The
Life Saving class will meet on Tues-
lay at 8:30 p.m. at the Union Pool.
Xny student interested is invited to
Union Coffee Hour, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
taily, small ballroom, Michigan
Jnion. Men students\ and faculty
nembers are cordially invited.
Gypsies: This colorful and dra-
natic Soviet film has complete Eng-
ish titles. It was selected by the
ritics as one of the five best foreign
ictures of the year and it has been
onsidered by many as the finest pic-
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