PAGE 8x1 THlE MICHIGAN DAILY
TUESDAY, DEC. 14, 1937
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Part, In Parley
Three Universities Confer
With WPA Authorities
On Leisure Programs
Michigan was one of three univer-
sities asked to demonstrate its wo'rk
in recreational leadership training at
a conference held last week in Min-
neapolis to plan future developmentt
of a national leisure program.
The conference was called by the;
department of recreation of the WPAI
and by the University of Minnesotal
inanticipation of government proj-
ects in that field. Prof. Elmer D
Mitchell of the department of physi-
cal education outlined the work of
the University in training for recrea-
tional leadership and was chosen
chairman of the research committee.
Other universities reporting were the
University of Southern California
and New York University.
Among topics discussed were the
importance of leisure as a social prob-
lem, the development of leadership
and the utilization of leisure in the
service of democracy, as it has been,
developed to the service of the Fascist
and other philosophies.
A resolution asking for a national
conference on leisure, similar to the
coming one called by the English gov-
ernment, will be presented to Presi-
MAY BUILD CHURCH
The possibility of the local Meth-
odist Episcopalians building a new
church to replace their present struc-
ture was seen yesterday when a com-
mittee was appointed to look into the.
University Press Books For Boys And \ Clements Library
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Book In Exhibition Girls Listed For Xmas Gets Rare Volumes
The Library Extension Service, in
Publication itheei consucte notce to all mebers e University. "Folklore from the Scholaire Hills" conjunction with the Childrens' fund The city directories of Detroit for
until 3:30 11:00 a.m. on Saturday. by Emelyn E. Gardner, which was of Michigan, has-prepared an exten-
___ _ 1~~~~~~~~published this year by the University sive list of books for boys and girls.,13,13 n 15-3 cone
Press. has been placed in the 50selected from the notable publia- among the rare books o'f Michigan,
(continued from Page ) review Lin Yutan's "The Importance Room of the Michigan League. Cafe- Books of the Year Exhibition by the tions of 1937. were presented to the William L.
.--- '- _ iof Living." teria service. Bring tray across hall. American Institute of Graphic Arts in This list will be a valuable aid in Clements Library Friday by Dr. Law-
nMg at 8 p.m. at the home of Dr. William Haber, Professor of Ec- New York. selecting books for Christmas gifts, rence Reynolds of Detroit.
Mrs. E. B. Stason, 1719 Hermitage Christian Science Organization: onomics in the Institute- of Public The exhibit presents the outstand- it is hoped. A copy may be obtained They are in original covers, pre-
Rd. The program will be given by.8:15 p.m., League Chapel. Students, ing examples of good design and by writing directly to Miss Edith served in especially made morocco
Mrs. Ava Comin Case of the School alumni and faculty invited to attend and Social Administration and in the manufacture in American book pro- Thomas, Library Extension Service. slip cases.
Mi-s. AvaComm Caseof theDScoolmalumnoandEfacutycinviteltosatten
of Music faculty and Mrs. Marian, the services. Department of Economics will speak duction, and selections are based up-
Struble Freeman, violinist. informally, the subject to be an- on typography, press work and de- "
nAstronomical Motion Pictures. The nounced. sign.
Junior A.A.U.W. Dinner Meeting: motion picture work of the MMath- The book was published by the
The Modern Dance Club, directed by Hulbert Observatory of the Univer- liam A. Kittredge, designer for the
Miss Ruth Bloomer of the Physical sity of Michigan will be shown, pri- Dance, in the Michigan League Ball- firm, was responsible for the book's
Education Department will present a marily for the classes in the Depart- room, Wednesday, Dec. 15, 9 to 12 design. Illustrations were done by
ment of Astronomy at 8 p.m. tonight o'clock. Bridge in the Grand Rapids August M. Babcock. 0 1 LH oe
program of dances at the MonthlyI in the Natural Science Auditorium. ro.l
dinner meeting which has been Films will be shown of the moon, of room. Chapel 7:30 o'clock Wednesday
scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 14, in- a total solar eclipse, and of the mo- Publicity Committee: A meeting at morning.
stead of Wednesday, Dec. 15, as pre- ons and changes in the solar prom- the League at 5 p.m. Wednesday in - BUS SERVICE EVERYWHERE
inences. J Sociedad Hispanica-La Sociedad'B SS R IEE E Y H R -
viously announced, at 6:15 in the the undergraduate offices of the Hispanica will meet- Wednesday eve-
Michigan League. Rochdale Student Cooperative League. All members must be pres- ning, Dec. 15, at 7:00 p.m. in the
House: The meeting of campus men ent. J'Union. Members will please note SAVE- AF
Men's Physical Education Club: and women interested in establishing that the meeting begins at 7:00 p.m. S- -
Brief but important meeting in Room cooperative rooming houses and dor- Seminar in Physical Chemistry will one half hour sooner than previously
323 in the Union at 9 o'clock tonight mitories on campus will be held at meet in Room 122 Chemistry Building announced, so that those who wish to
Dr. A. B. Moehi nan of the School the Rochdale House, 640 Oxford Rd., on Wednesday, Dec. 15 at 4:15 p.m. do so, may attend the concert in Hill (ROUND TRIP)
of Education will give a talk of vital tonight instead of Wednesday night Mr. G. H. Kissin will speak on "Light Auditorium at 8:15 p.m.
interest to every member. Refresh- as previously announced. absorption in dilute solutions of N EW YOR K-...---... --$ 1 9.20
ments will be served at the conclusion strong electrolytes."
of the meetingEvents CHICAGO ................6.75
torbengCornitg Phi Eta Sigma initiation will be THE PENCIL YOU CAN SHARPEN CLEVELAND.5.25
Iota Sigma Pi: Open meeting to be Research Club Wednesday, Dec. 15, held Wednesday, Dec. 15 at 5 p.m. inWI YU T MEP T U G...... .. .8 5
held this evening at 7:30, at 5111 at 8 p.m., in Room 2528 East Medical the Union. Initiates are urged to be WIHYURTUM!PITTSBURGH ....... .. ....88
Church Street. - Building. Program: I. Professor prompt, as the ceremony will begin Press top of new Eversharp BUFFALO..
N.R.F. Maier: The effects of cortical on time. All members and initiates Repeating Pencil for a new
Assembly: There will be a special injury on the behavior of rats in com- are urgent to attend the Initiation point or a new lead. Feeds
meeting today at 5 o'clock in the plex test situations. II. French and Banquet, to be held at 6 p.m., im- continuously and you need ROCH ESTER .............1 2.45
Michigan League.IProvencal treatises on arithmetic be- mediately after the initiation. reload only once or twice a
.__Tr~_L7 OU l S ...... 1 1 7n
fore 1500. (a) Professor L. C. Kar-
General Meeting of the Student pinski: Thei place in the history of
Branch of the Polish Engineering So- mathematics; (b) 'Professor E. L.
ciety Dec. 14, 7:30 p.m. League. Adams; The development of French
. ; arithmetical terminology.
Association Book Group: The As-I
sociation Book Group will meet this Luncheon for Graduate Students
afternoon at 4:15 p.m. at the Michi- on Wednesday. December 15, at
gan League. Miss Emily Morgan will twelve o'clock in the Russian Tea
Phi Sigma Societyi There will be
no meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 15,
1937. The next meeting will be held
Jan. 5, 1938.
year. Pyralin and rhodium-
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The Inter-Guild Morning
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