THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Convention Hears New York's Mayor
Peace Group 1keFalera Seeks
For North Ireland
First Meeting To Be Held DUBLIN. Oct. 6-P)-An informed
Monday At League source today disclosed Prime Minis-
ter Eamon de Valera had seized the
All organizations which were mem- moment following upon the Munich
bers of the United Peace Committee settlement of Czechoslovakia's minor-
lity problem to -raise in London the
last year are expected to send dele- question of the existent partition of
gates to its first meeting to be held at Ireland.
7:30 p. m. at the Michigan League. Ireland's Prime Minister stopped at
Possible activities for the year such 10 Downing Street on his way home
from Geneva Oct. 4 to talk with Prime
as forums. student symposiums, a Minister Neville Chamberlain who
lecture series, and various social was fresh from Munich where parti-
events will be discussed. A financial tion of Czechoslovakia was agreed.
report will be given and provisions It was learned De Valera indicated
for new organizations wishing repre- Ireland felt the time was opportune
sentation on the Committee will be for a plebiscite in -parts of Northern
Martin B. Dworkis, '40, president of
the Peace Committee, will give a re-
port on the World Youth Congress
which met at Vassar College this
Last year peace movies, the peace
ball, and the anti-war demonstra-
tion were sponsored by the Committee.
Ireland's six counties which are un-
der the jurisdiction of the Belfast
Parliament, and a Governor, appoint-
ed by the King.
Government circles in Dublin pre-
dicted that four of the six counties
now cut off from the Dublin Govern-
ment would vote for Dublin if such a
plebiscite were held.
Tall, New York-born De Valera was
If this were a 'Jam' Session and F
Prof.-Emeritus Henry E. Riggs of a mayor, he might almost be tooting
the engineering school, president of convention of the American Labor P
the American Society of Civil En-!
gineers, will attend the fall meeting Courtis To Speak
of the society Saturday at Rochester,
N.Y. Prof. Stuart A. Courtis of the school
Following the national meeting, of education will speak on "Coopera-
Professor Riggs will make a series of tion Association at Traverse City, Fri-
conference of the Michigan Educa-
visits to student chapters and localc
sections of the organization through- ' tion Association at raverse City, Fri-
out the Middlewest. day, Oct. 7.
. H. LaGuardia a maestro instead of
a clarinet instead of addressing the
Party in New York.
ASME Meet To Be Here
Ann Arbor has been chosen as the
site for a convention of the oil and gas
power division of the American So-
ciety of Mechanical Engineers next
June, Prof. Charles B. Good of the
mechanical engineering department,
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Copy received at the office of the Summer Session until 3:30; 11:00 amSaturday
until 3:30; 11.:00 a.m. on Saturday.
It may be "all Greek" to some people, but to the
instructors at the U. of M. it ought to be simple
Loans of any amount up to $300 can be obtained
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and the consideration of important
amendments to the constitution.
University Girls' Glee Club: Tryouts
will be held on Monday, Oct. 10 and
Tuesday, Oct. 11, from 3:30 to 5:30,'
in the MiQhigan League for all per-
sons interested in joining the Glee
Club. Old menxbers please re-register.
during these hours. The first regular
meeting will be held on Wednesday,
Oct. 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the League.
Attendance is compulsory.
The Graduate Outing Club will meet
at the northwest corner of the Rack-
ham Building at 3 o'clock Sunday,
Oct. 9. The group will leave prompt-
ly for Peach Mountain where there
will be hiking and a wiener roast
The group will return at about -7 p.m.
Presbyterian Students are invited to
a semi-formal dinner party, Saturday1
evening, Oct. 8 from 7 to 12 o'clock
in the Student Center. The banquet
is to honor freshmen students. The
price is 75 cents. Reservations must
be telephoned to the Church Office
A Semi-Formal Dinner Party hon-
oring the freshmen will be given to-
morrow evening by the Westmainster
Guild of the First Presbyterian
Church at seven o'clock. Reservations
may be made by calling 2-4466.
There will be no open house to-
The Student Fellowship of the
Congregational Church will. have its
second party of the season Saturday
night, Oct. 8, from 9 to 12, in the
basement of the church. There will
be dancing, and games. Everyone
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