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THlE NIICIJIC"pAN 'DAILY

FRIDAY', MARCH 18, 1933

Lists Summer
Term Courses
Weekly Faceuly Conerld
Featured On Programi
Of Ninth Aninual Meet
PF lay Series Plannied
Offering both eleetay and ad-
anced courses to fit the needs of pro-
fosional musicians and students in-
terested in music, the School of Music
will hold its ninth annual session thisf
summer as a regular unit of the Uni-
versity Summer School.
Weekly faculty concerts at Hill Auadaseiso passo-
sbred jointly with the speech depart-
ment at Lydia Mendessohn Theatre ,
will be an important feature. A three-
week High School Band Clinic will
afford students the opportunity to
play under distinguished leaders and
will provide facilities for instructors
to observe modern methods of cach-
ing, musi.
Several guest proiessors, including
Karl W. Gehrkens o Oberlin College,
Healey William of the University of
Toronto, Victor J Grabel, for sev-
erasl years director of the Chicago and
Music Festival; Gerald E. Prescott,
director of the University of Minne-
sota Bands and originator of he
technical routine known as the "Pre -
cott .System," and Roxy F. Cowin,,
Assistant Supervisor of Music in the
Ann Abor Public Schools; will teach
at the summer session.
Rambhling Debaters
Meet Varsity Team
The William Jewell College debat-a
ing team, Notre Dame of the debat-
tg world, will arrive in Ann Arbor
g'arch 30, on an ,000 mile itrna-.
ional tour. They will meet the Var- 3
$ity debeating team and uphold the
affirmative side of the question, "Re-
solved: That The National Labor Re-
Iations Board Be Empowered to En-
force Arbitration in All Industrial
Disputes."
The wandering Ciceros have al-
ready been down through Florida
from their home in Liberty, Missouri,
and up the eastern seaboard to New
Cork, They are now'debating their
'ay across the continent to Vancouv-I
or, from where they will go on to
:Berkley, Calif., down through Texas,
and home.7
Squad Ib Announced
For Varsity DebatingI
The Varsity Debating team has
just been completed and organized'
fr its* season's schedule, Arthur Se-
cord of the speech department an-
nounced yesterday.
The members of the squad are: 0-
iver B. Craer, '40; Sidney Davidson,
'40; James M. George, '41; Colvin L.
Gibson '40; Norman Ginsburg, '41;
Frank W. Keith, '41; Ernest Muh,
'41; Robert V. Rosa, '39; Walter Ros-
Nenberg, 4lSpec; Harry L. Schneider-
man, '30; Jack H. Shuler, '40E.
The team will debate against Wil-
liam C. ,Jewell on March 30, and
against Iowa on April 13. Negoti-
tions are under way for %R contest
with Princeton sometime in April
URROR
Prom,-Fzneritus William 11. Iohl.
of 'the geology department was a
speaker' at. Wednesday night's meet-

ii.. of the VResecarchl Club and is not
~erou~lyill wflhI re Ir-'atoryinfo'-
tioni, as previously repoorted, it w"as
Imee last night. Professor Hobbs,
trickety 1with a bronchiial ailmentj~ last,
weoek-enid. was relecased :Monday by
his ph)ysician and has been goingf
aibout hi s regular activities with no
rvcurrenxce icethat date.
DRIVEWA
GwkRV EL o k Y
KILLI NS GRAVEL
COPANY
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IFrianc o's Insurgents Drive

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William s C tAId 1
To Hold Dinner'
Prof. Bennett Wellver Will
Address Group

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.rJtn ese W'ill H . tMATHJOURNAL CLUB
IProf. T. H1,llildebrancit, Prof. yin-
To The Bitter End,' cent C. Poor and Don D". Miller will
mu., report on leading }articles in recent
Clat~l2' Missonar mathematical publications at the
________meeting of the Mathematics Journal
"The Chinese leaders are deter- Club at 3 p.m. today.

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mained to fight to the bitter end,'" Mrs.
J11JkrunVY .i} }nrIJXA, LtL1. ts.lit5 f~

P'rof. Bennett Weaver of the Enug- ( ures in the New Life Movement to
flisp drn.t UIAA'. VfA U ~ l wrn~~1 r(r ill hi-. hn m i, - - . .i

speaker at the annual banquet of the
Roger Williams Guild today in the
Grand Rapids Room of the League.
Professor Weaver's subject w.ill be,
"Jesus, The Poet of Truth." Robert
Griffith, '38, will act as toastmaster,
while Frank Rideout, '41, will speak1
oan "Introspection," and Frances
,Johnson, '41, on "Explanation."

raise the standard of living in China,
said in an interview yesterday, stat-
ing that China's ability to hold out
would depend largely on the continu-
ance of the high morale of the.
Chinese people.
'Mrs. Shepherd, a , raduate of the
University of Michigan, left thisj

Ruth Enss, '41, will present a vocal4 country in January, 1918, to repre-
solo, with Miss Flora Davidson as her sent the Student Christian Associa-
accompanist. The Rev. Edwardj tion of the University in China, where
Sayles wall give the invocation, and she, met and married Reverend
Ir. Howard Chapman, Baptist stu- George W. Shepherd. They have
dlent pastor, will pronounce the bene- since been working as missionaries
dictioni. iW the rural areas to aid in recon-
Committee chairmen for the ban-I struction.
,iiet are: Robert Johnson, '38, pub- The general aim of the New Life
licity; Miss Johnson. decorations and Movement, initiated in 1933 by Mad-
MargareVTrJhornhill, '39, tickets.( ame and General Chiang Kai-Shek,
Johnson and Clyde Stitt, '39, will beI is to raise the standard of living of
in charge of group singing. the Chinese by inculcating better
habits of cleanliness and by promnot-
inug qualities of honesty and justice,
11EVELLI CLINIC CONDUCTOR I Mrs. Shepherd said.
SProf. William D. Revelli of the I Students play an active part in
School of Music, director of the Uni-! this mass education by spending their
versity bands, will be conductor of summer vacations living with the
the Pennsylvania State band clinic, people in far-off districts.
V{ILL BI LLY INNS -7

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security to qualify for bank
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Since 8 out of 10 people do not
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D iller-Diller Saxopihouc
Crashes Classical (YatI
Cecil Leeson moaned his way into
-oncert i"ecitals with a saxaphone..I
Leoeson, who interprets classicall
music with an instrument that is one
of the main weapons of swing, will
appear here April 4 in Hlli Audi-
torium.
He-J as been soloi st WWI the Roc1-
ester P:hillharmonic. Orchestra under
the direction of Jose Iturbi, and fol-
lowing his tour- of middlewestern
states, will be featured solo artist
with the Montreal Orchestra.
Four Juniors, One Seniior

Lewisolin Outstanding Example'
Of Jewish Progress, Heler Says,
BY Aii~lk MAY10 the affirmations and dispositions of;
The development of Ludwig Lew-1 the majority amid halt the tendency
isohin, noted author and critic, rep- of the majority to assume a narrow
resents the process of Jewish assimni- bigoted attitude and indulge in emo-
lat ion in the best sense of the word,; tional excesses, Dr. Feller continued.
accordinig to Rabbi Bernard Fidler, "Minorities are eternal protestants,
director of Thillel Foundatlion. divergenit groups which constantly
Lewisohn will speak here March make majorities re-evaluate them-
25 in Hill Auditorium. His talk will, selves," he said.
be open to the public. In- ".The Island Within," "Israel"
i"Lewisohn, though the child of and "Mid-Channel," the implications
his country and of his time," Dr. Of this philosophy of the functions
H-eller said, "has not surrendered the of minorities were made articulate
spiritual legacy of his Jewishness,1 and related to the needs and fune-
nor his kinship to the Jewish group. t ions of the Jewish group, Dr. Heller
"He has assimilated the best ofI said.

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n etting his own heritage and with- plunged into Jewish studies from,
The University Oratorical Con- out losing interest in his own people," which were born remarkable exposi-1
test preliminaries were won yester- he said.tionis of ends and tendencies of Ju-
day by ftour juniors and one senior, Assimilat ion has too often errors- daismn as reveailed in "Israel," and
who will enter the final contest on eously come to mean for the Jew the "Mid-Channel,"' Dr. Holler said.
March 25 for a chance to represent submersion of his identity, in con- "Lewisoii has become an intense-
the University in the Northern Ora- fortuity with the majority either be-, ly religious person," hie said, "he is
torical League contest May 6 in cause of ignorance of his rich patri-! a liberal and a Fnrn believer in a
Cleveland. mora or becatise of cow ardice-th(c ! more ethical oa{l a_nd econiiclt
The winners of the contest are 01- lack of that heroism which makes an order, an exponent of an individual-
ivor E. Crager, '39; Stephen J. Fili- individual stand for his convictions isni derived from his whole philoso-
piet, '39; Fred H. Greiner, '39; Steph- against the crowd, Dr. Heller said. phy of the functions of minorities
en J. Madden, '38; and Catharine Lewisohn started out in life as an and individuals."'
Schultz, '39. assimilationist in the wrong sense of
Prizes of $100 and $50 are to be1 the word, Dr. Heller said, because he . i-~gur
awarded in the Cleveldnd contest, and was ignorant of wh~at the Jewish- race Loceal R"O".'"Rifle' I earnl
winning speeches are published in the stood for, because he did not know lTj115 piatl ±()r) Title.I
N.O... anual ooklt.the meaning of Jewish history.
However, in "Upstream'" Lewisohn With a score 76 points above their
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1kcad gily .ass jed ds ofhavngi a mtc ioriy group question won the rifle shooting 'chiampionship
of the Sixth Corps Area which in-
cludes Michigan, Illinois and Wis-
The three high teams, University
of Michigan with a score of 3,695, St.
Norbert College, 3,619 and University
WJR 1VXY7 of Illinois, 3,607 will represent the
'MP.M. Sixth Corps Area in the national
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