THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Open' CIO Constituti'o-nl Convention [
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Pi0 lration 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. Satirday.
Death Of Boss
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forty years, remained there until
(Continued from Page 4 in the League. Also there will be a eign Students.
-_ meeting of the tickets committee at Friday, Nov.
Mrs. Lillian T. Mowrer, who will 7 :30 at the League. Rooms where tion night. T
speak on "Munich and What Next?I the meetings will be held will be on will be playedt
Non-members are welcome. Make the bulletin board in the League. Saturday, N
reservations at League. --- Trip to Saline
Students, School of Dentistry: There will be a meeting of the Cen- Sunday, Nov
T'her. wll be an Assembly in the tral Committee for the "Christmas national Count
Upper Amphitheatre today at 4:15 Come Across" dance Wednesday, Nov. Coancil's prog
16 at 5 p.m. in the League. :ent group on
o'clock. Dr. Robert Hall of they Geog-iofAei.
raphy Department will speak on "The ----- theAmericw.l
ExasinoftJaaes mprf Labor Committee of the A.S.U. will
EaoohJ ne pe meet tonight at 8 p.m. in the Union. Graduate Cox
Association Fireside: Prof. Earl L. Anycne who is interested in action invited to atte
Wolaver will discuss "A New Vienna cn student working conditions, rela- hour Thursday
As Seen By An American" at Lane tions of students and organized labor, in the West Cc
Hall. tonight, p.m.ea r relations of students and the NYA Rackham Build
jis urged to come and help make plans. Register of Gr
Graduate Luncheon, 12 noon, today 1 See Union bulletin board for location bers will be di
Russian Tea Room, Michigan League, of meeting. Those who m
cafeteria style. Dr. John W. Stanton ~send this discu
of the history department will speak Meeting tonight at 8 p.m. of all to obtain their
on: "The Meaning of the Sino- those interested in the formation of a after Thursday
Japanese Conflict." All graduate photography group and a dark room .formation de
students invited. at the Hillel Foundation. All are be served.
18. 8 o'clock. Recrea-
'he bridge tournament
to a finish.
ov. 19. 1:30 o'clock.
. 20. 6 o'clock. Inter-
cil's supper. 7 o'clock.
ram of talks by stu-
their first impressions
Puncil: All members are
nd an informal social
, Nov. 17 at 4:45 p.m.
onference Room of the
ding. A mimeographed
raduate Council Mem-
stributed at this time.
ay not be able to at-
ssion period are urged
r copy of the Register.
at the Rackham Bldg.
sk. Refreshments will
Freshman Girls' Glee Club-. Regular I
John L. Lewis, militant leader of ti
zation, is shown speaking from the4
He recently opened the organizatio
a slashing attack on foes of industri
pression of Jews.
Calls For Revising
Definition Of Ghetto,
.h arsal tonight at 7:15 in he Game Cornng Events
: Room of the League. Attendance is
compulsory and members ar aske Men's Glee Club: The following
to be prompt, men will report to the Union Thurs-
day, 4:30 p.m., for the Monroe con-i
cert. Bring full-dress and ribbons.
;:0 ~All metallurgical euaglne rs in-I Marschak, Heininger, MacIntosh,
terested in forming an Affiliated So- MachkHengr, acto,
ie Comnittee for Industrial Organi- ciety of the A.I.M.E. are urged to be Holt, Fennell, Secrist, Clark, Clyde,
convention platform in Pittsburgh. present in Room 4215 today at 5 p.m Kelly, Jacobson, Fromm, LaSalle, By-
in's constitutional convention with Election of officers. ;nry, Dunks, Jensen, Berris, Gibson,
rial organization and European op- - Manley, C. M. Brown, Lusk, Viehe,
Freshmen Glee Club: There will be Bener, M acirthur, La
a meeting at 4:15 today in the Michi- Kingery, Anderson, Kent, Sklarsky,
Library Is Scene gan Union. Smith, R. B. Clark, Collins, Swann,
Spencer, Pinney, Brooks, Hender-
0 Painting Exhibit l Druids meeting tonight at 7:30 p.m. shot, Levinson, Peterson, Tuttle, Rob-
-f-erts, Ossewarde, Nelson, Mattern.
The Art Group of the Michigan'
ex forigia water colors Dames will meet at the League this The Observatory Journal Club will
by Mary Frye, illustrations from "The evening at 8 p.m. Professor G. B. meet at 4:15 p.m. Thursday after-
Wonderful Adventures of Nils" by Brigham, Jr., of the Architecture noon, Nov. 17, in the Observatory lec-
Selma Lagerlof is now displayed in School will speak informally on the ture room. Dr. H. R. Crane of the
the hall of the/ main 1orary. The subject of "Small Houses." All wives Physics Department will speak on
of students who are interested are "Nuclear Transformations as a
paintings were formerly the property urged to be present. . Sourse of Stellar Energy." Tea will
of Mrs. Lucius Hubbard, before her be served at 4 p.m.
death in 1927. They were bequeathed The Hiwatha Club will hold an im-
to the University Library. portant business meeting tonight International Center: Wednesday,
Before writing "The Wonderful Ad- at 8:00 in the Union. All members Nov. 16. All replies to the invita-
ventures of Nils," Selma Lagerlof are urged to attend. .ton to the International dinner must
spent three years familiarizing her- be in the office at the Center by 5 p.m.
self with animal and bird life and - Soph Cabaret: There will be meet- 3 o'clock. Trip to the Ann Arbor
seeking unpublished folklore as back- ings of the dance committee and Water-Softening Plant. Cars leave
ground material. The results of her dance tryouts, the . decorations com- the Center promptly at 3:15.
study have been woven into this de- mittee, the publicity committee, and Thursday, Nov. 17. 4 o'clock. Tea.
lightful story. the music committee today- at 5 p.m. 7 o'clock. Class in English for For-
h German Jornal Club will meet
hurscia,,, Nov. 17, in Room 302
-Vichigaa Union at 4:10 p.m. Profes-
,or Fred B. Wahr will give a review.
The Child Study Group of the
Michigan Dames will have their in-
itial meeting of the year Thursday
at 8 o'clock in the, home of Mrs. V.
IE. Leichty,528 Elm St. The discus-
sion will center about the program
for the pre-school child as outlined
in the Parents' Magazine.
Ann Arbor Independent Women, the
tAnn Arbor Group of Assembly, will
hold its regular meeting in the Kala-
mazoo Room of the Michigan League,
Thursday, Nov. 17, at 4:30. Plans for
the Friendship Dinner, the Dorm
Dance, and future meetings will be
decided upon. All those who care to
participate in any of the group's
activities are especially urged to at-
tend this meeting.
Kappa Phi: Regular meeting on
Thursday, Nov. 17, 1938 held at
Stalker Hall at 5:15 p.m. All members
please be present.
Barn Dance: Congregational Stu-
dent Fellowship, at the Churen Fri-
day night from 9 to 1. Come in cos-
tume. Price of admission 25 cents
or one can of food and 10 cents.
Food will go to provide a Thanksgiv-
ing dinner for some poor family ins
Two years ago the Municipal Vot-
ers' League actually gave Coughlin
its endorsement, saying "Either age.
experience, conscience or conditions
beyond his control have resulted in a
fair record during the past year."
"Bathhouse John" was outraged.
"This is a terrible thing, coming
to me so late in life," he complained.
"I can't understand it. For, forty
years I basked happily in the disap-
proval of the League, and now-out
of a clear sky-they indorse me."
"Hinky Dink" was thunderstruck
at the reform organization's indorse-
ment of his political teammate. "I'd
sue 'em," he advised.
During the latter half of his life,
Alderman Coughlin, like many anoth-
er big city politician, made a com-
fortable living by selling insurance.
When prohibition was repealed, he
sent out' a form letter to all appli-
cants for liquor licenses in his ward,
reminding them that writing insur-
ance policies was one of his important
Poetry was another sideline of the
veteran Alderman. In 1900, he wrote
the lyrics for "Dear Midnight Love,"
a reekingly romantic favorite of
vaudevillians of that time.
'Alice' Helps Teach Math
"Alice in Wonderland" is required
reading for an Oregon State College
calculus class. This is one of the
best books written to stimulate the
imagination, E. B. Beaty, professor
of mathematics explained, and many
of the fundamental ideas of calculus
can be visualized through the aid of
a developed imagination.
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