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October 20, 1938 - Image 8

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Ri uchvens Greet Foreign Student Body

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University.
Copy received at the office of the Assistant to the President
until 3:30: 11:00 a.m. Sat arday.

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ter is particularly called to this notice.
Dept. of Phys. Educ. for Women.}
Assembly Banquet. Intcrviewing for,
the Chairmanship positions will con-'
tinue this afternoon from 3:30 to
5:30 in the League. Today is the last
day also that eligibility slips will be
signed for participation in Banquet
Committees.
All Ann Arbor Independert Women
should attend a meeting in the Kala-
mazoo Room of the League at 4:30,
this afternoon. Plans are to be
made for a faculty tea. All members
bring list of professors and your name
cards, if possible.
It is very important that every one
come.
There will be a tea at the Hillel
Foundation this afternoon at 3:30
p.m. All students are cordially in-
vited.
Friday Evening Services at the Hillel
Foundation: 8 p.m.
Speaker: Dr. Abraham Cronbach.
Topic, "The Social Outlook of the
Jewish Tradition."
Hostesses at the social following the
services: Alpha Epsilon Phi.

Cronbach, Professor of Jewish Studies board opopsite the East Engineering
at Hebrew Union College, and noted Library before Monday morning.
as a pacifist and social reformer, will
speak on "Judaism and World Peace" Alpha Phi Alpha: There will be a
at the Union, Friday, 12:15 p.m. call meeting in the Michigan Union,
Reservations for the 35c luncheon Monday night, Oct. 24. The room
may be made at Lane Hall. Those who number will be posted on the Union
do not wish to attend the luncheon bulletin. All members are urged to
are welcome for the talk at 12:45. be present at 7:30 p.m.
International Center Outing at Pat- Sphinx Club of Alpha Phi Alpha
will hold its first meeting of the term
terson Lake: Attention is called to Tuesday night at nine o'clock, Occt,.
the fact that all reservations for this 25, at the Michigan Uniori. The
week-end outing at Patterson Lake room number will be posted on the
must be made before 4 o'clock today. Union bulletin
Students should sign up and make
their deposits at the Internatonal A Hayride will be given by the Stu-
Center at once. dent Fellowship of the Congregational
Church on Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
Chemeal Engineers: There will be There will be refreshments and dane-
a district A.I.Ch.E. meeting in Fern- ing afterwards. Price 40 cents. Make
dale, Wednesday, Nov. 2, during the reservations before Friday noon at
afternoon and evening. Program in- Pilgrim Hall, or call 2-1679 between
cludes a plant trip, illustrated talk, 1:30 and 5:30 p.m.
and banquet. Dinner will be $1. and
transportation $1.25. Group will The Suomi Club will have a "kahvi
leave at 2:30 and return at 11:00. kekkeri" at 8 o'clock Friday, Oct. 21
Will all those interested in attend- in the Upper Room in Lane Hall. All
ing please sign the list on the bulletin Finnish students are cordially invited.
BATTLE OF M US IC
BILL SAWYER'S BAND
Favorites of
MICHIGAN

-Daily Photo by Botwinik
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, counselor to foreign students, introducing one
of the 277 foreign students who attended the reception to Dr. and
Mrs. Ruthven.

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While the majority of Student Sen-
ate election platforms were printed-in
yesterday's Daily, one came in late+.
It is that of Conservative-Independ-
ent candidate James C. MacDonald.
'40. The platform: "Conservative
forces in this country have ',ecome
decadent; negative action mvst be
displaced by a positive program. The'
old vestiges of reaction incorporating
a so-called protective tariff, strict
"laissez faire" handling of business,
and wasteful use of natural resources
should be discarded in favor of a
realistic approach to the future.
"Much is said of the methods of the
New Deal, yet no constructive plans
have been formulated to replace it.
No one is worthy of calling himself
a conservative in the full meaning of
that label unless he recognizes the
folly of negation."
A sample ballot for the election will
be run in tomorrow's Daily.

R uthvens' ForeignI
Student Reception
Held Last Night
President and Mrs. Ruthven held

I their annual reception for the Univer- CQm? ig E vents
sity's 277 foreign students last night Junior Mathematics Club. Will hold
in the International Center. its first meeting of the year on Fri-
In the receiving line were Presi- day, Oct. 21, at 4:15, in Room 3201
dent and Mrs. Ruthven;* Joseph A. A.H. Dr. R. M. Thrall will give a
Bursley, Dean of Students, and Mrs. short talk on "Some Elementary
Ideas about Groups." Plans for the
Bursley; Alice C. Lloyd, Dean of year will be discussed. All interested
Women; Clarence S. Yoakum, Dean students who have had or are com-
of the Rackham School of Graduate pleting a course in the calculus are
Studies, and Mrs. Yoakum; Prof. J. cordially invited to attend and to join
the club.
Raleigh Nelson, Counselor to Foreign{ _he____.
Students and Director of the Inter- Luncheon Viscussion: Dr. Abraham
national Center, and Mrs. Nelson.
Many of the guests wore costumes
native to the more than 50 foreign
countries represented, len(ring a col-
orful air to the occasion. Punch and
cookies were served from 8 to 10
p.m.

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NEWT PERRY'S COLLEGIANS
of YALE

YORK HALL, NEW HAVEN

SATURDAY, OCT. 22

It's THE Entertainment after the Game!

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Tickets
On Sale

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School
of
Music

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Thursday, Oct. 27, 8:30

CLEVELAND ORCHESTRA
.. .......ARTUR RODZINSKI, Conductor
NOVEMBER 22
JOSE ITURBI.... ........ ..... Pianist

FLAGSTAD ...........

Soprano

SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
SERGE KOUSSEVITZKY, Condnctor

.Pianist

JANUARY 25
BUDAPEST UNIVERSITY CHORUS
VIKTOR VASZY, Conductor
FEBRUARY 15
YYEHUDI MENUHIN ............Violinist
FEBRUARY 27
GREGOR PIATIGORSKY . .... Violoncellist
MARCH 9

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