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April 02, 1940 - Image 6

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Parley Seeks
Graduate Aid
Rosa To Call Old Members
Back To Tenth Parley
In an effort to make the coming
Spring Parley a real tenth anniver-'
sary Parley, the arrangements com-
mittee of the affair yesterday an-
nounced that a special committee has
been set up to contact as many of
"big-name" participants in past Par-
leys as possible.
Robert Rosa, Grad., will head the
new committee, Daniel Hyatt, '42,,
general chairman of the Parley said.
At a meeting of the.arrangements
committee in conjunction with dele-
gates of major campus organizations
Sunday, it was announced that Prof.
John L. Brumm of the journalism
department, who presided over the
first two Parleys, will introduce Rob-
ert Reed, '42, this year's presiding
officer, at the opening session, Fri-
day, April 19. Prof. Paul Henle of
the philosophy department will key-
note the opening session.

State-Wide Dog Quarantine
To Hit Unleashed Campus Pets

Teror-stricken people streaming in-
to southern Michigan's health depart-
ments for vaccination against rabies
S. .an alarming increase in the
number of mad dogs . . . the state
health department with an almost ex-
hausted vaccine supply-such were
the ingredients of the two year reign
of terror which health authorities
hope will end with the most stringent
and far reaching dog quarantine ever
conceived which went into effect yes-
terday for possibly six months.
Fraternities, sororities and stu-
dents possessing dogs will come un-
der the quarantine which provides
that no dog be permitted to wander
unleashed. All dogs found in such
condition will be captured, by the
Hillel Players To Meet
A meeting of the Hillel Payers will
be held at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Hillel Foundation to elect officers for
the coming year. The attendance of
all members is required.

police department and impounded.
Such dogs, caught when running
at large, will be kept in the pound
for 72 hours and then destroyed ex-
cept under certain conditions. They
may be destroyed sooner at the dis-
cretion of the city's humane society.
If they are not destroyed, they may
be impounded continuously for three
Chief of Police Norman E. Cook an-
nounced yesterday that the police
department will enforce the quar-
antine to the strict letter of the law.
Police officers in 47 Michigan coun-
ties will take part in the campaign
of quarantine.
Fraternities and sororities and
others desirous of recovering their
dogs will have to pay a pound fee,
and a fine for letting the dog run
loose . . . and then they might not
even get the dog because it wouldI
have to be kept under observation
for a short time. The post of this
observation period will also have to
be paid for by the dog owner.

Election Directors
Call For Petitions
Petitions for candidacy in the Stu-
dent Senate elections scheduled for'
April 26, at which 16 Senators will be
chosen, may be registered with the
elections committee between 4 and 6
p.m. of the first week after spring va-
cation, Stuart Knox, '40, and Norman
Schorr, '40, co-directors of election
announced yesterday.
Under the reorganized system of
elections, the first 10 elected will serve
for three semesters while the re-
maining six will hold office for one
semester. This arrangement is nec-
essary inasmuch as the Senate is,
now in a transition state, and will
eventually be composed of 30 mem-
bers. instead of the former 32, one
third of whom will retire each sem-
ester, the directors said.

German Club Chooses
Comedy For Project
The Deutscher Verein's production
of the German classical comedy
"Minna von Barnhelm" is now in its
second week of rehearsals. Dr. Otto
G. Graf, who is directing the pre-
sentation describes this work by Les-
sing as the most famous comedy
It is the sixth annual play since
the organization resumed the pre-
war tradition of giving a play as a
club project. Since 1934 the Deut-
scher Verein has given Schnitzler's
"Der gruene Kakadu.," "Literatur,"~
also by Schnitzler, "Das Kougert," by
Bahr. and "Die Gegenkandedaten,"
by Fulda.
Those taking a prominent role in
the play are Ethel Winnai, '41, Betty
Ramsay, Grad., Kenneth Marble, '41,
David Gibson, '41, Howard Wallach,
'43. Gordon Avery, '41, and Carl
Petersen, '40.

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