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PAGE SIX

THE MIC HWIrAN DAILY

TUESDaY, FEB. 20, 1940

~4oncert T oAid

SRA Forum
Will Consider
Carlson Talk
Dr. Raphael Isaacs Leads
Group Convening Today
In Lane HallMeeting
Prof. Raphael Isaacs of the Medi-
cal School will discuss points and
questions raised by Prof. Anton J.
Carlson's lecture on "The Existence
and Nature of Religion" last Friday
in the Rackham Lecture Hall when
he leads the Student Religious Asso-
ciation's Forum at 8 p.m. today in
Lane Hall.
Professor Carlson, noted member
of the University of Chicago's physi-
ology department, presented the at-
titude of a scientist toward religion,
holding that there can be no per-
sonal immortality or personal God
and that ethics arise from human
experience. Professor Isaacs, who is.
both scientist, and believer in ortho-
dox religion, will discuss the lecture.
The SRA's series of lectures on
religion continues at 8 p.m. Satur-
day in the Rackham Lecture Hall
when Rev. Paul H. Furfey of Catho-
lic University, Washington, D.C., is
scheduled to present the Catholic
point of view. He is a professor of
sociology and has written several
works on religion. Qualified to meet
the arguments of science, Rev. Fur-
fey has been associate editor of sev-
eral scientific publications.
Deutscher Verein To Hold
Meeting In WAA Today
Folkdancing will feature the meet-
ing of the Deutscher Verein at 8 p.m.
today in the Women's Athletic Build-
ing, according to Gertrude Frey, '41,
president.
Singing of German folk songs, long
a stand-by in the Club's activities, will
complete the evening. All students,
interested in the German tongue are
invited to attend.

Tour Out Of Five' Introduces
So Of First 1 Uiion Opera Star

By S. It. WALLACE president of the Glee Club, a Michi-
A wasp-waisted, whale-boned lead- ganensian editor and a member of
ing lady of the first Michigan Opera the University quartet besides a
in 1907 will again contribute to the scholarship winner.
traditional show when "her" son Many of the songs from that first
Robert Reed, '42, faces the footlights opera are still well known. "TIhe
in this year's production of "Four Maize and Blue," "When Night Falls
Out of Five." Dear" and "Michigenda" were also
J. Thodore Reed, '09, now a noted among the 10 excerpts from the
Hollywood director of such 'A' pic- score published by the largest music
tures as "I'm From Missouri," "Tropic house in the country. Twenty thou-
Holiday" and a new one on the slate sand copies were sold the first month,
"Siwash' with William "Golden Boy" and two numbers were included in a
Holden, played a feminine lead in the Broadway show.
most famous of the operas, "Michi- The locale of the opera was an
genda," while an undergraduate here. "Elysian field-a fabled land be-
Following the first night perform- tween Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti where
ance of "Michigenda" The Daily re- none can come and none can go.
ported that the audience filled the where it's all college with the work
aisles at the finale and demanded left out." The characters were drawn
five encores. Stage-door Johnnies as caricatures of all college types, but
were also purported to have shown in accordance with the all-male rule
enthusiasm by sending bouquets of the word "coed" was forbidden.
flowers to the buxom, hirsute "las- Frankly satirizing campus life, the
sies" among whom was numbered plot dealt with "the pressing neces-
Mr. Reed. sity of ridding collegiate life of all
Son Bob Reed, who will sing in the that tangs of the faculty.
"Four Out Of Five" chorus, recalls Mr. Reed, playing "Gladys," shared
that his father has often referred to in the plaudits of his director who
his Union Opera activities as more remarked to a Daily reporter that
fun than anything he ever did at "the players only had to be told
Michigan. This praise covers much things once, and sometimes they did
territory since Mr. Reed senior was it better when they weren't told at
all." The Hollywood director obvious-
ly never lost his taste for greasepaint,
Tau Epsilon Rho Initiates. for after the war he gave up his
Four New .Members Today commission to accept a job with the
late Douglas Fairbanks as his pro,
Four new members will be initiated duction manager, acting a variety of
into Tau Epsilon Rho, national legal movie roles himself.
fraternity, by Bernard Cohen, '41L, Robert Reed, his son, intends also
at a meeting 8 p.m. today in the to go into Hollywood production af-
Michigan League. The pledges are: ter his graduation with a B.A. here.
David Davidoff, '42L, Benjamin Lew- Still another Union Opera Graduate
is, '42L, and Newton Burrows, '42L. who has become noted on the coast is
A celebration immediately follow- S. Sylvan Simon, '33, at present the
ing the induction ceremony will be youngest successful director in the
attended by graduate members from industry.
Detroit. A party in honor of the new
members will be given Saturday at
the Hillel Foundation. Ralph Sha- FOR Hears Travel Talk
piro, '40L, and Nathan Garvin, '40L, Muriel Lester, world-traveling rep-
are the committee in charge.M

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Concert To Aid
Finns Planned
University Music Groups
Join For Program
Banding together for the aid of
the refugees of Finland, several Uni-
versity musical organizations will
present a Finnish benefit program
next Tuesday in Hill Auditorium.
As part of the general local drive
to help provide funds for food and
clothing for the Finns, the concert
is being promoted by groups through-
out the city in the sale of tickets.
Program for the concert is being
planned by a committee composed
of Prov. David Mattern, director of
the men's Glee Club; Prof. William
D. Revelli, conductor of the Univer-
sity Bands; Ruth Enss, '41SM; Dr.
Charles A. Sink, president of the
School of Music, and Prof. Carl G.
Brandt of the engineering school's
English department.
Tickets are priced at 50 cents and
may be bought from members of the
ticket committee, which is headed by
Mrs. A. C. Furstenberg, or at stores
throughout the city. It has been ar-
ranged to have various persons solicit
the aid of others in the same occu-
pational group.
To Show Movies
Of Pacific Flight
A full length technicolor motion
picture describing a flight across the
Pacific will be shown by the Insti-
tute of Aeronautical Science at 7:30
p.m. tomorrow in the Lecture Hall of
the Rackham Building.
Following the take-off from Treas-
ure Island in San Francisco Bay, the
flyingodyssey of the Emerald Island
of the Pacific will stop at Hawaii,
Wake, Midway, Guam, and the
Philippines with the passengers en-
joying the generous stop-over privil-
eges advertised in the travel folders.
The final terminal is Hong Kong,
China, and return passage for all
viewers is guaranteed.
A salamander is the mascot of the
student senate at Mount Angel Col-
lege.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

'Continued from Page 41
Student Branch is cordially invited.
Sailing Club Meeting tonight at
7:30 in Room 305 of the Union. The
spring racing schedule will be dis-
cussed, and a new commodore will be
elected. Sailing movies will be
shown.
Deutscher Verein meeting tonight,
at Women's Athletic Building at 8
o'clock. Evening of folk-dancing.
Everybody is welcome.
La Sociedad Hispanica meeting to-
day at 4:15 p.m. in Room 231 A.H.
Professor Albaledejo will speak.on
Health Assembly To Hear
Dr. Purdom Tomorrow
Dr. Luther T. Purdom, director of
the Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information, will speak
at the public health assembly meet-
ing at 3 p.m, tomorrow in the West
Amphitheatre of the West Medical
Building.
Dr. Purdom will discuss "Vocation-
al Guidance before the assembly'
which is composed of all professional
students engaged iri public health.
Others interested in attending the
assembly will be welcome.
There are approximately 500 trans-
fer studentssat Alabama Polytechnic
Institute this year.

"Spanish Art" and use slides. All who
have lecture series tickets are invited.
Assembly Ball Ticket Committee
will mee this afternoon at 4:30 in
the League. All interested in working
on the committee are welcome.
Publicity Committee of JGP meet-
ing today at 5:00 p.m. at the League.
Bring your eligibility cards and health
rechecks. Anyone who cannot attend,
call Lee Hardy at 2-2569.
Spanish Play tryouts will be held
at 3:00 p.m. in 312 R.L. Bldg. today
All students of Spanish are urged to
try out.
Faculty Women's Club: The play-
reading section will meet today at
2:15 p.m. in the Mary B. Henderson
Room of the Michigan League.
Christian Science Organization will
meet tonight at 8:15 p.m. in the
Chapel of the Michigan League.
Conversational Hebrew Class will
meet at the Foundation tonight at
7:.00.
The Jewish Ethics Class, conducted
by Dr. Hirsch Hootkins, will meet at
the Foundation tonight at 7:30.
Hillel Players meeting at the Foun-
dation tonight at 7:30.
Coming Events
Association Seminar: During the

next few weeks, the Association will
pregent a Seminar in Oriental Reli-
gions. led ny students who will lec-
t .uro Cthereig ious literattre and
cutnsof their coDuntrieS. drs.
Fmncesc 'hivy will lead the Seminar
oi Hinduisn on Wednesday, Feb. 21,
at 7:30 at Lane Hall.
Freshman Engineers interested in
trying out for the Michigan Technic,
meet in the Technic office, 3036 East
Engineering Building, at 4:30 p.m. on
Wednesday, Feb. 21. Regular tryouts
at 5:00 p.m. in Room 3046.
Chemical Engineers: There will be
a' meeting of the A.I.Ch.E. in Room
1042 Wenesday, Feb. 21. R. J. Am-
berg of Johns Manville Corp. will
present a discussionand sound movies
on "Filter Aids."
La Sociedad Hispanica meeting will
be held Wednesday evening at 7:30
in Room 304 of the Union. Dr. Clover
of the Botany Department will show
moving pictures of Colorado. All
members are urged to come.
The Disciples Guild will have a
Washington's Birthday Party on Wed-
nesday evening at 8:30 in the recrea-
tion rooms of the church. Disciple
students and their friends are invited.
Small charge.
Congregational Fellowship: All stu-
dents are invited to a party Friday
night, Feb. 23. Games and dancing.
Only Four Days
to the
ICE CARNIVAL
-Tickets on Sale
at the Union

Chesterfield presents a
Combination you can count on for

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Silver Display Times Announced

resentaive of the International Fel-
lowship of Reconiciliation spoke last
night to a meeting of the local Fel-
lowship of Reconcilliation spoke last
ences of her visits to foreign lands.

(Continued from Page 5)
11:38 Kay MacIvor; 11:40 Roberta
Leete; 11:42 Harriet Sharkey.
11:44 Ann Vicary; 11:46 Elsie Gar-
nett; 11:48 Constance Bryant.
11:50 Annabel Dredge; 11:52 Jane
Elspass; 1:30 Elsie Clark.
1:32 Madeline Westendorf; 1:34
Ruth Streelman; 1:36 Mary Fergu-
son.
1:38 Betty Slee; 1:40 Ruth Laing;
1:42 Babette Berg.
1:44 Meribah Leach; 1:46 Janet
Clark; 1:48 Betty Roberts. 152
1:50 MaryEllenSpurgen; 1:52
Betty Howard; 1:54 Betty Hughs.
1:56 Madeline Kaufman; 1:58 Ruth
Schwartz; 2:00 Jane Hart.
2:02 Roberta Gnerik; 2:04 Elizabeth
Titus; 2:06 Elizabeth Wurster.
2:08 Catherine Batschelof; 2:10
Frances Blumenthal; 2:12 Jeanne
Foster:
2:14 Virginia Ripner; 2:16 Ellen
Krieghoff; 2:18 Margaret Abendroth.
2:20 Helen Weisman; 2:22 Miriam
Weinberg; 2:24 Martha Cook.
2:26 Cleras Hall; 2:28 Jane Jewitt;
3:00 Vievia Hoelsher.
3:02 Jane Dunbar; 3:04 Mary Lou
Mills; 3:06 Polly Donnelly.
3:08 Mary Jane Dronner; 3:10 Ruth
,Chatard; 3:12 Martha Daily.
3:14 Charlotte Robinson; 3:16 Nor-
ma Vint; 3:18 Virginia Soule.
3:20 Judy Sivers; 3:22 Beverly
Janness; 3;28 Jean Rich.
3:30 Cecily Forrest; 3:32 Ellen Mc-
Donald; 3:34 Roberta Meyer.
3:36 Louise Walters; 3:38 Betty
Berstresser; -3:40 Dorothy Neberle.
3:42 Jean Morgan; 3:44 Winifred
Gasser; 3:48 Mary Jordan.
3:50 Susan Kerr; 3:52 Alice Hop-
kins; 3:54 Anne Hall.

3:56 Miriam Bech; 3:58 Hortense
Tiger; 4:00 Pauline Tackels.
4:02 Betty Judson; 4:04 Betty Dice;
4:06 Jane Wilson.
4:08 Janet Collings; 4:10 Barbara
Bolton; 4:12 Bernadine Palmer.
4:14 Ruth Greiner; 4:16 Betty Nic-
hols; 4:18 Eliza Penney.
4:20 Alice Kornat; 4:22 Mary Elma
Hedges; 4:24 Phyllis Connor.
4:26 Myrtle Prussian; 4:28 Ruth
Hatfield.
The following girls, who didn't
show up yesterday, are requested to
appear Tuesday, as there are still
places opened throughout the day:
Barbara Johnson, Mary Blocklock,
Angie Rocknick, Jean MacDonald,
Harriet Levy, Miriam Finkleday, Betty
Boothby, Dorothy Cox, Muriel Fish-
man, Betty Meyer, Betty Schewl,
Evelyn Dock, ,
Sally Morris, Kay Zift, Bette Bell-
ingham, Dotty Gusm, Winnie Mc-
Allister, Winnie Cooper, Miriam
Szold, Ruth Warren, Betty Hamburg-
er, Anne Hawley, Betty Dickmeyer,
Jane Nussbaum, Muriel Hess, Francis
Carlisle, Zenovia Skoratko, Jean Eb-
ersoll, Ethyl Mikulich, Eva Cuilmi.
Priscilla Woodhead, Clareen Wex-
ler, Elizabeth Moe, Helen Stockbridge,
Martha Burns, Margaret Wilson, Sally
Orr, Jane Hill, Florence Brotherton,
Barbara Telling, Phyllis Olson,
Ruth Berg, Margaret Ford, Eliza-
beth Allington, Fran Orr, Anne Klei-
ner, Donna Miles, Lois Verrey, Bar-
bary Brehm, Rachel Tonkin, Jean
Thompson, De Rhua Skinner, Nina
McClellay, Irene Doherty, Betty
Pence, Jean Clemmons, Marybelle
Strother, June Holmquist, Marian'
Ferguson, and Margaret Brewer.

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