THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2,1938
Topic Today Is
To Discuss Opportunities
In Naval Reserve Cadet
Corps For College Men
Lieut. C. F. Greber, commandant
of the Grosse Ile Naval Reserve Avia-
tion Base, comes to Ann Arbor today
to speak to all students interested in
an aviation,. career with the cadet
corps of the United States Naval Re-
serve. His'lecture will start at 7:30
p.m. in Room 348, West Engineering
Attentiokhas been drawn to the op-
portiunities the Cadet Reserve offers
aeronautical engineering graduates in
the 1,000 hours of solo flying it gives,
in the $1,500 bonus at the end of the
four years training period, and in the
attractive salary paid the Cadet
throughout his training period.
An applicant, before embarking on
the regular training courses at Pensa-
cola, is put through a month's test
period at the Grosse Isle Base, to de-
termine his aptitude for flying. Fol-
lowing graduation from the Pensacola
school the cadet is designated a naval
aviator and ordered to duty with the
aircraft squadrons of the United
States Fleet for the remaining year of
Ben East, Explorer
Union Now Has "Squad Room'
To Provide For Visiting Athletes
Lt. Col. Roosevelt
Opponents Able To Relax
hi Special, Third-Floor
Quarters For 16 Guests
Visiting athletic teams, weary from
their exertions against a Michigan
aggregation, no longer have to put
up with Ann Arbor's somewhat trying,
room arrangements since the com-
pletion of the "squad room" in the
new addition to the Union.
The room, located on the third
floor in the addition and designed
primarily to give visiting teams cheap
and comfortable accommodations,
can accommodate 16 men on individ-
ual spring beds equipped with inner
spring mattresses. Ample wardrobe
space is supplied by built-in cabinets
containing chests of drawers and!
room for hanging suits of clothes.
The windows of the room 'are set
about five feet off the floor, affording
its occupants a great degree of pri-
vacy and are so placed as to provide
cross ventilation to fan the brow of
the weary athletes. Assuming that
the athletes will not always have ex-
erted themselves to the point of ex-
haustion, the designers of the room
placed the lights flush. to the ceiling
so that they cannot be broken by, as
Stanley G. Waltz, manager of the
Union puts it, "pillow fights and
rooms, each modeled on the one now
In past years, visiting teams had to
put up with cots set up in the third
floor meeting rooms of the Union, or
try a catch-as-catch-can arrange-
ment for rooms in local boarding
houses or hotels. "That system," re-
membered Mr. Waltz, "was as hard
I on us as it was on the boys, because
moving the cots in and out of the
rooms was hard on the woodwork
Spea ks o moPOW
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Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, is in the
United States at the present time to
give a series of lectures at the Met-
ropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
He is also lecturing at New York Uni-
versity and conducting a lecture tour
throughout the country. This sum-
mer he will return to Paris to take
charge of the exhibitions in connec-
tion with the International Congress
Df Persian Art to be held there.
He has been connected with the'
French embassy in Persia and has
tcen director of the French Institute
of Musulman Art and Archaeology in
Three professors will address meet-
s here today.
Prof. William C. Steere of the bot-
y department will deliver a paper
"The Mosses of Arctic America"
4:30 p.m. in Room 1139 Natural
ence. Building at a meeting of the
Prof. Edward B. Greene of the psy-
ology department will speak on
ecent Approaches to Mental Or-
nization Through Factor Analysis"
7:30 p.m. in Room 3126 Natural
ience Building at the ai-weekly
etia of the PsychologicaI Journal
Prof. William Haber of the eco-"
7mics department will speak on
en and Machines" at 10 a.m. at
e second Ann Arbor Social Service1
minar, which will be held at the
bce of the Hoover Ball & Bearing;
., 326 E. Hoover St.
OUrnal iC i .o To Hld
The Mathematics Journal Club will
ld its weekly meeting at 3 p.m. to--
oirow in Room 3201 Angell Hall.
Donat K. Kazarinoff, and Doctors
orris L. Kales and Merrill E. Shanks,
the mathematics department, will
cuss some leading articles of in-
rest recently published in mathe-
Concert Band Plays
At Ypsilanti Tonight
The University Concert Band will
play a concert tonight in Pease Audi-
torium, Ypsilanti, under the sponsor-
ship of the combined business clubs
of the city,according to Prof. Wil-
liamn D. Revelli, director.
Proceeds of the concert are to be
used to purchase new uniforms for
the Ypsilanti Girls' Drum and Bugle
corps. The program to be presented
will range from the works of old mas-
ters to such modern American works
as "The Mardi Gras" from Ferde
Grofe's "Mississippi Suite."
In addition to playing concerts, the
band has initiated a weekly broad-
cast over radio station WMBC, De-
troit. It goeson the air every Fri-
day at 4:45 p.m. According to Pro-
fessor Revelli, one of the required
selections for the State Music Fes-
tival is included every week so that
bands and conductors throughout
t1 ie state may be aided in preparing
numbers with their own organiza-
thletes' Job: ,Dependent
On R ulhveB, W c-_ett Says
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"There is no secret about th2 fact
that Michigan, boys work at Ford',."
he continued. "So do students of
other colleges. That these boys are in
many cases athletes is not unusual.
The nature of industry requires the
young and strong, and there are no
sinecures in it."
Ben East, explorer and outdoor
writer for the Ann Arbor News, will
speak here tonight an experiences
in a haunting and scientific trip he
took to nortbern Canada last awn-
McCALLISTER TALK OFF
Ralph McCallister, (tirector of the
Chicago Adult Education Council,
scheduled to speak here yesterday be-
cause of a misunderstanding did not
appear. The Student Religious As-
sociation gave no indication that he
would spealr in the near future.
In the uniforw of a lieutenant
colonel of the marines, James
Raoevelt, eldest son and secretary
of the President, is shown as he
took off from Washington to join
maneuvers in Cuba.
assi ied Direetory
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