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February 26, 1937 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Prof. Reichart Sails
For European Study
Prof.' Walter A. Reichart of the
German department and Mrs. Reich-
art are at sea aboard the S.S. Ex
cambion bound for Naples.
Professor Reichart, on semester
leave, plans to coIlborate with Prof.
Felix Voight, German authority on
the works of Gerhart Hauptmann, on
a comparison of Hauptmann and
Shakespeare, to be published in honor
of the 75th anniversary of the Ger-
man dramatist next fall.
The Reicharts will meet Haupt-
mann in Italy where the latter is
spending the winter.
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Attendance at the Union's coffee
hour doubled itself yesterday after-
noon; white-coated waiters were kept
busy bringing in hot coffee and cocoa
and filling the cookie trays; a lot of
new faces filed past the pouring
table; and Herb Wolf nudged Fritz
Geib gleefully.,
It seems that men students came
up to see what it was all about once
they heard it wasn't a "discussion"
period, but as The Daily's editorial I
said, about Garbo, books. and butter-
flies.
Geib just stood by and smiled
broadly as a record line had their
cups filled by Mrs. Fuller. wife of
Prof. Richard C. Fuller of the soci-
ology department. William Struve
could hardly believe his eyes, and
Julian Orr radiated gratification.
Instead of the two-score visitors
who usually come to the coffee hour,
more than 100 fellows filled the small
ballroom with chatter-fellows who
had been hearing vague rumors about
the thing, and hearing of its infor-
mality and wide- scope of interest,
came up to look it over. That a
great number lingered past the set
closing time seemed to indicate their
approval.
An anxiety is that far too few
members of the faculty have put
in an appearance, though they have
voiced applause for the idea. More
will come, the officials believe, if it
is understood that they aren't ex-
pected to lead any discussions, but
simply to mingle. The fellows seem
to be doing all right without them,
but it is thought that a professor or
two would add something.
At last the coffee hour, after a
month of getting itself established,
seems destined to become rooted in
Michigan tradition.
Yes sir, Fritz Geib and Herb Wolf
surely beamed. They had wagered
the plan would work.
Union And 'Ensian
Call Tryouts Today
Second-semester freshmen inter-
ested inthe studentradministration
division of the Union are asked to
report at the student: offices of the
Union at 3 p.m. today, Herbert B.
Wolf, president, announced yester-
day.
During the remainder of this se-
mester and next year tryouts will
work under committee heads. In the
spring of their sophomore year try-
outs will be eligible for committee
chairmanships. From among com-
mittee chairmen the president and
recording-secretary of the Union will
be selected.
Tryouts for the Michiganensian
business staff are, asked to report at
3 p.m.' today in the 'Ensian offices
of the Student Publications Building,
Frank T. Dannemiller, business man-
ager, announced yesterday.

Alumna To Lecture
On Theosophy Here
Anita Henkel, Tormer Michigan
student and now national lecturer
of the Theosophical Society in Amer-
ica, will talk at 4:15 p.m. today in
Natural Science Auditorium on "Mak-
ing Life's Adjustments," and at 8 p.m.
on "A Vital Approach to Life" in the
Chapel in the League. Admission to
these lectures will be free.
Miss Henkel is coming to the Uni-
versity at the combined invitation
of the Student Theosophical club and
the local branch of the Theosophical
Society in America, according to Wil-
lis A. Fisher, Grad.

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