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GIA NI1CIG)AAN DAILY

Students, Faculty Exhibit Workn
At 16th Annual Artists Exhibition

Pollock Urges,
AbsentVoting
Information Available To
Qualified Student Voters
Information on absentee voting in
the coming election Nov. 8 for the
3000 qualified voters on campus has
been made available to the Union by
Prof. James K. Pollock of the political
science department.
Students who are of legal age andj
have registered in their respective dis-
tricts may apply from 3 to 5:30 p.m.!
today and Friday at the Union. t
Inasmunch as the election will be
close in many instances, Professor
Pollock urged all qualified students'
to act at once. Registration may also
be arranged by mail but only in cases
where the voter lives in a nearby
state will there be enough time to
register and still get his ballot back
to the clerk of his district.
Sophomores Meet Today
Sophomores will meet at 8:30 p.m.
today in Natural Science Auditorium'
to map a plan of battle for Black
Friday, Oct. 28, and the annual
Frosh-Soph class games, Saturday,E
Oct. 29, Wes Warren, '39E and Jamesi
Hurd, '39, announced yesterday. t

Alabaster Beauty

Prof. Crane Of Northwestern
To Address Press Convention

Outstanding among the speakers at
the annual convention of the Uni-
versity Press Club will be Dr. George
W. Crane of Northwestern University.
Dr. Crane will speak on "The Psycho-
analysis of Journalism" on Thursday,
Oct. 27, at the opening session of the
Club in the amphitheatre of the Rack-
ham Building.
Dr. Crane is the author of "Case
Records of a Psychologist," a daily]
column on applied psychology which
reaches an estimated audience of ten
million readers. According to Prof.
John L. Brumm of the Journalism
department and secretary of the Press
Club, it draws the heaviest reader
mail of any newspaper features and
is rated by a current Gallup poll as
leading all other columns in popular-
ity.
In addition Dr. Crane is interna-
tionally known as author of several
texto, outstanding of which is one on
applied psychology which is used in
257 American colleges and universi-

ties and is a standard text in many
European colleges as well.
Sen. Prentiss M. Brown of Michi-
gan will address the meeting of the
farm market roundtable on Friday, as
will John B. Strange, commissioner
of agriculture, and John C. Ketchum,
agricultural director of the Michigan
Chain Store Bureau.
Friday afternoon will be occupied
I with the European news foruii at
which representatives of the lead-
ing press associations and broadcast-
ing companies will speak. Among
them will be J. H. Furay, vice-presi-
dent of United Press; A. A. Schechter,
director of special events for Nation-
al Broadcasting Company; Edward R.
Murrow, director of European staff
of the Columbia Broadcasting Com-
pany; Paul White, director of the
Public Relations Service of Colum-
bia Broadcasting' Company and a
representa ve of the Associated Press
to be announced later.

-Daily Photo by Freedman
"Iazy Afternoon (New Orleans)" by Prof. Alexander M. Valerio of the
architecture school.
Open Afternoons From 2 To 5 P.M. Until Oct. 26;
Carleton Angell, Wilfred Shaw Selections Shown
The sixteenth annual Ann Arbor Angell, University Museum artist;
Artists Exhibition, sponsored by the Wilfred Shaw, director of alumni re-'
Ann Arbor Art Association, is now lations and president of the Ann Arbor
being held in the west and north gal- Art Association; Margaret H. Chapin,
leries of Alumni Memorial Hall. Open University High School teacher of
every afternoon from 2 to 5 p.m., the fine arts; Prof. Myron B. Chapin, of
exhibit will continue until next the fine arts department; Prof. Fred-'
Tene yr nerick A. Coller, of the surgery depart-
The University is represented by ment; Prof. Bradley M. Davis of the
17 members of the faculty and 9 stu- botany department; Prof. Avard Fair-
dents. Of the 136 paintings, drawings banks, of the Institute of Fine Arts;
and sculptures shown, 77 are the work Prof. Warren P. Lombard, and Prof.
of those connected with the Univers- Geo. Gould Ross, of the landscape de-
ity. sign department.
Included are pieces by Carleton W. From the School of Architecture are
works of Mr. Fred H. Aldrich, Jr.;
Prof. Roger Bailey; Prof. Ernest Har-
rison Barnes; Mr. Donald B. Gooch;
A Prof. Frederick C. O'Dell; Prof. Jean
DANC~E;
Paul Slusser; Prof. Alexander M.
Valerio, and Mr. Emil Weddige.
I.M.A. AUDITORIUM J Students whose works are displayed
Flint are Edward Calver, Grad.; Janet R.
SAT. Oc. 2 - Hurs 9 o 1 Collings, '40A; Mary C. Dell, Grad,
SAT., Oct. 22 - Hours:9toisice Frayer, '39; Jane Kidder, '39A;
Alice Mann, Grad.; Don R. Metz,
41A; Christine Nagel, '40A, and Una
BENNY G. Wilder,c
MNew Radio Show
IN PERSON InahuIyurated I'odaY
And His Celebrated Orchestra Music, drama, comedy will be
crowded together into fifteen short
Ladies 25c Gentlemen 55c minutes of entertainment as the new
Variety Show takes the air at 3:15
p.m. today over radio station WJR
from the Morris Hall Studios.
It is hoped that the program will
A Jadd new life and vigor to University
D AVISbroadcasts, bringing in student atmos-
phere, stated Ted Grace, '39, master
RO D U CTof ceremonies and originator of the
idea
IL PRICES
Ef fect sTOP THEM
PU -rThe people can't. The D.A.
won't. It's up to a man
*4>:. who dares! 1

-Daily Photo by Freedman
"Lady of the Lyre" by Carleton
W. Angell of the University Mu-
seums.
Scandinavians To Meet
The Scandinavian Club open house,
erroneously announced for yesterday
in the D.O.B., will be held at 8 p.m.
today in Lane Hall.

Mo

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