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T HE M IC11GA N DAILY _WEDNESDAY,

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jects is not evident. The possibility Intcinationial Center Gives
of intellectual recreation, .however,
is there, and the specialist has the Varied Program Today
opportunity to become a schoUar.
The offices of the Trustees of the An International Night program is
Horace H. Rackham and Mary A. 'to be presented following talks by
Rackham Fund occupy rooms in the President Ruthven and Jan Erik
'west wing of the main floor. In the Leander, traveling fellow from the
east wing are the various offices that
administer the affairs of the Gradu- University of Stockholm, Sweden, at
ate School. Divisional and research the annual International Thanksgiv-'
committees and project directors use ing Dinner to be given at 6:30 p.m.
this floor for their conferences. today in the Union.
While the campus offers many The program is to be presented by
facilities for the undergraduate's {foreign students who belong to the
social and recreational activities, the Ifo en t naent erTeo g ts re
grauat ha ha lttl oportnit lInternational Center. The acts rep-
graduake a handlittle o rtunTy resent traditional dances or cere-
facilities of the building are designed monies of the native countries of the
faclitesof he uidin ar dsigedactors. The program as follows con-
to permit similar activities among the sitof Tae Ta Cereony; Ar-
graduate students. sists of Japanese 'Tea Ceremony; Ar-
gentine Tango, Chinese Sword Dance;
In different sections of the build- Shadow-boxing and Shuttle-cock,
ing, particularly on the intermediate with music furnished by a group of
floor, are exhibition rooms for five Chinese misicians; the Zeybeck, a
demonstration of research techniques Turkish folk-dance, and a Philippine
and to display the results of research Barreo Rice Festival, given in three
to various scientific or public groups. parts, the FasrCa n Dnce L
The scheme of the building includes Carinosa or Courtship Dance and the
facilities for housing state, national Cainosi orSosiDance.d E
and international scientific and schoj- Tinikiling or Sparrow Dance.
arly organizations.
(The fourth in this series will deal with
the actual structure of the Rackham EVENING RADIO
Building, including a description of the
physical details). PROGRAMS
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Rarely seen by the public, Kath-
ryn Lewis (above), who 'is execu-
tive asistant to her father, the
CIO's Jolm L. Lewis, will attend
Lima, Peru, conference of the
AmericaLs Dec. 9 as a U.S. delegate.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BU .LLE'TIN
Continued from Pag 4)
ing at 8 o'clock Friday, Nov. 25 in the
upper room Lane Hall. All Finnish
students are cordially invited.
Thanksgiving Day: An informal
evening has been planned for Pres-
byterian students and their friends
from 7:30 to 11 p.m. at the Student
Center, 1432 Washtenaw Ave. A
program of musical numbers and
readings will be given.
The Itegular Thanksgiving Service
will be held by First Church of Christ,
Scientist in the church edifice, 409
South Division St., at 10:30 o'clock
on the morning of Thanksgiving Day.
The Thanksgiving Proclamation by
the President of the United States
will be read, followed by the regular
Lesson-Sermon for Thanksgiving Day
given in the Christian Science Quar-
terly and read in all Christian Science
churches. in the United States and in
many foreign countries.
Testimonies appropriate to the oc-
casion will 'follow the reading of the
Lesson-Sermon.
The public is cordially invited to
attend the service.
Crop and Saddle Members: There
will be no ride this week because of
Thanksgiving. Next week new of-
ficers will be chosen. Please pay
dues at that timc.
Radminton: The badm'intot court
in Barbour Gymnasium will be open
every evening except Saturday, from
7:00 to 9:00. (concert nights ex-
cepted). Women students and men
guests of women students are invited.
Cooperative Housing: Second meet-
ing of men working on forming a new
cooperative house for next seme ter
Sunday. Nov. 27 at 3 p.m. in Room
306, Union. All interested are in-
vited.

Ornithologists
To Meet Here
New Bird Exhibits Set Up
For Group By Museums
In connection with the annual
meeting of the Wilson Ornithological
Club to be held here Friday and Sat-
urday, Nov. 25 and 26, the Museums
have set up two new exhibits.
In one case are several species of
"banded" birds. Banding birds is a
means now used by ornithologists all
over the country in determining the
average life-span, migrating, and
breeding habits of various species.
A captured bird is banded around
one leg with a small piece of metal
bearing a serial number. When a
bird bearing one of these bands is
again captured or killed, the orni-
thologist is able to tell how far from
the original place of banding the bird
has migrated.
In the exhibition is a Kirtland
Warbler, the only one of its specie
ever recovered, which was killed a
year later within a few yards of the
spot where it was banded. Another
one is an American Pintail found 1,-
400 miles northwest of the place
where it was first captured.
The other exhibit is a display of
papers published on life history stu-
dies of individual American birds.
Phi Sigma To Hear
Professor Bartlett
Prof. H. H. Bartlett, chairman of
the botany department, will give the
first in a series of'lectures of interest
to students of biology on "Botany's
Unfinished Business" Monday, Nov.
28, at 8 p.m. in the amphitheatre of
the Graduate School.
These lectures are to be sponsored
by the Phi Sigma Honorary Biologi-
cal Society open to juniors and sen-
iors who have' a high scholastic av-
erage and a sincere interest in re-
search. Professor Bartlett is the
founder of this organization which
grew from a biology club here at the
University in 1916 to a national or-
ganization with 37 chapters.

English Teachers Confer Bursley, Briggs To Attend
Prof. Warner G. Rice, Carlton F. Fraternity Conference
Wells and Harold B. Allen of the Dean of Students Joseph A. Burs-
English department will attend a ley and Prof. Robert P. Briggs, finau-
meeting of the National Council of ileadvPr.obertp.s-fitae-
Teachers of English, Friday at St cial adviser to campus fraternities,
will attend the annual Interfraternity
Louis. Conference starting today and con,
They are expected to return Mon- tinuing through Sunday at New York
day to the University. City.

Ethics Seminar Meets
Under SRA Auspices

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The Ethics Seminar, an organiza-
tion of the Student Religious Asso-
ciation, is a student group meeting
weekly to discuss the question "How
to Decide What to Do."
The purpose of the group is to be-
come acquainted with the various
bases of ethical judgement such as
the utilitarian and the revealed truth
series. A chairman is chosen to pre-
sent a report at each meeting, but
no definite policy is formulated. The
discussion is informal and is con-
tinuous from week to week.
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