SUNDAY, MARCH 13, 1938
THE MICHIGAN D A Ii.V
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Group To Hear
All Students Are Urged
To Be Present; Forestry
Club Will Be Honore
A forum discussion on "Campus
Etiquette" will highlight the enter-;
By SUZANNE POTTER
Wendell Chapman,dOdonto Ball and
"boots" are plucked as head-liners
from the roster of next week's at-
traction in the entertainment field.
Today. brings another in the Sun-
day Night Supper Series. Tonight's
activities begin at 6 p.m. with supper
served at 6:30 sharp. A forum dis-
cussion will be held on "Campus Eti-
Week Include l
W.A.A. To Give Science Only Delays Imagination
Tea For Zones! Asserts Dean Of Smith Colleg(
ANNOUNCE CONCERT PROFITS
More than $900 was made on the
Tommy Dor sey swin: concert, it was
tainment at the Sunday Night Sup- quette." These gatherings are spon-
per, sponsored by Congress and the, sored for the express purpose of get-
Leagu House Reprsentatives, which e ting students acquainted with each
Lec House Rteprs.ntaine whc fother. Hence the oft-repeated wish
will be held at 6 p.m. today in the for guests to come stag.
League Ballroom. Harris Speaks Tomorrow
Other features of the program of At 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in the'
entertainment will be mixer games League, Dr. Thomas Harris will speak
to be played before the serving of the on "The Basic Causes of Conflict Be-
supper, and ping pong, darts and tween Church and State in Germany
beano which will be played after- and Russia." His book, "Unholy
ward. There will also be group sing- Pilgrimage" presents his impressions
ing. The buffer style supper will be of the way the Russian people are
served promptly at 6:30 p.m. reacting to the Soviet government.
All students on campus are invited Tuesday night the Oratorical As-
to attend, and are encouraged to sociation presents its seventh lec-
come stag, according to Edward Wet- turer of the season. Wendell Chap-
ter, '39, who is general chairman of man, the man who gave up the bank-
the affair. A special invitation is ex- ing business to photograph animals,
tended to the members of the For- will speak on "Wild Animals of the
estry Club. Rockies." Motion pictures and col-
Assisting Wetter in the arrange- ored slides will illustrate his speech.
ments for the supper is Betty Myers, Art Exhibition Opens
'39. Other committee heads are: Wil- Two exhibitions of etchings and
Liam Rockwell, '41, in charge of en- prints open Tuesday at Alumni Mem-
tertainment; Marvin Reider, '39, in orial Hall. The galleries will be
charge of the forum discussion; June open from 2 to 5 p.m. to permit the
Pollan, '40, in charge of refreshments; public to view these etchings, litho-
Philip Westbrook, '40, publicity chair- graphs, woodcuts and aquatints.
m man and Betty Notley, '39, ticket The tenth annual Intramural
r haizrman. Building Open House is scheduled
Members of the panel for the forum for Wednesday night. About 5,000
are Jean Kemp, '39D: Julian Fred- people are accustomed to crowd the
Brick, Grad., and Westbrook. walls of the I-M Building on this
occasion to witness the various sports To Be Given Wednesday Although science has revolution- put an end to fantasies about flying,
exhibitions.'This year 21 sports will For Groip I, IV ized the intellectual development of and, many believe, imagination. How-
be demonstrated.F Gr pthe world it has not stunted the ever Dean Nicolson pointed out that
from all takes eri the Unon Zones III, IV and V are invited by growth of imagination, Marjorie when Galileo invented the telescope
dents will give up their upper-plate the W.A.A. to a tea to be given at Hope Nicolson, Dean of Smith Col- this had been an impetusfferdyears
and plier activities to listen to Rita 4:30 p.m. Wednesday in the W.A.A. lege said yesterday in speaking be- of highly imaginative trips to the
Rio. Building, Virginia Allan, '39, chair- fore a group of Michigan alumnae. moon.
Another feature of interest to the man, announced yesterday. Al- Dean Nicolson has made a special Imagination Still Remains
. though given on March 16, the party y . In conclusion Dean Nicolson an-
campus is the series of broadcasts1 will be in the form of a St. Patrick's example the development of avia swered that question often under dis-
ove, WMBC, Detroit, by University Day celebration. tion. When in 1610 Galileo invented cussion. That is whether in the world
groups. At 6:30 p.m. Monday, Wed- Virginia Mulholland, '39, is in the telescope the belief in a limite oday imagination is completely gone.
nesday and Friday are sports inter- charge of the entertainment and universe was shaken. People could She said that the inventions might
views and programs; the Glee Club Ruth Smith, '40, is taking care of the no longer depend on anything being temporarily delay imagination along
Ssings at 7:15 p.m. every Thursday; invitations. In charge of the food is eternally present. There was that line for a time but she does not
the Little Symphony broadcasts at Harriet Sharkey, '40. strng psslt ther paneth think that it will ever be stopped en-
4:15 p.m. on Fridays and "Detroiters The committee members assisting similar to the earth and inhabited tirely, only directed into different
at the University of Michigan" takes these chairmen are Evelyn Brown, by human beings, revolving around channels.
the air at 1:15 p.m. Tuesday-Ted '41, Alice French, '39. Louise Rich, the sun, which was the actual center Dean Nicolson was entertained at
Grace announcing. '40, and Catherine Wedemeyer, '39. of the universe. The fascination of tea by Chi Omega after the talk.
.-There will be old fashioned danc- a trip to the moon began in the minds_
Ann Arbor .Idependent ing and games will be played. The of those having any imagination.
AnnArbr hdep II en~ main purpose of these series of teas Many Slides Are Shownj
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A constitution will be drawn up at Zones I and II will be honored at t the principle of hydrogen was final- providing an intensive and basic
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SIX CONCERTS ....MAY 1,12,3, and4
EARL V. MOORE, Musical Director
EUGENE ORMANDY, Orchestra Conductor
JUVA HIGBEE, Young People's Conductor
Juvo Higbee, Conductor Earl V. Moore
Eugene Ormandy, Conductor
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