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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

!EDNESDAY, MAY 14, 194

Kiwanis Plan
Vocational Aid
At Meet Here
500 Students Expected
To Attend Vocational
Guidance Conference
Kiwanis will open its first Voca.
tional Guidance Conference Satur-
day in the Rackham Building in
cooperation with the Bureau of Ap-
pointments and Occupational Infor-
mation and the Extension Service
of the University. Approximately
500 students from 50 schools are:
expected to attend the one-day meet-
ing.
Seniors of Jackson High School
will conduct a forum discussion at
9:30 a.m. after a half hour registra-
tion period on, "Choosing Your Life
Work." Mr. Lawrence Hess, chair-
man of the vocational guidance com-
mittee of the Michigan district of
Kiwanis, will officiate.
Dr. T. Luther Purdom, director of
the Bureau of Appointments and
Occupational Information, will pre-
side over the panel discussion on
"Why Vocational Guidance?" to .be{
held at 10:30 a.m. Included in the
panel will be Probate Judge Charles'
0. Arch of Hillsdale County; Dr.
Charles Anspach, president of Cen-
tral State Teachers College; Mr.
Orin. W. Kaye, state director of
NYA; and several other eminent ed-
ucational directors.
Mr. Harry J. Kelley, manager of
industrial relations of the American'
Seating Company, will lecture atl
the luncheon.-
RADIO and ~~
M ICHIGAN Cabs ii

Congress Proclai
King Jeff IW
Mau With sl gie, st Beard
Will Be Awarded Date
With Mysterious Yvette
By DAVID LACHENBRUCH
A shabby crew of Michigan stu-
dents, demonstrating what the well-
dressed hobo will wear, will greet His
Highness, Jeff Davis, King-Emperor
of the Hoboes, when he enters the
campus next Tuesday, the day offi-
cially proclaimed Hobo Day by Con-
gress, Independent Men's Associa-
tion.
In connection with King Jeff's talk.
"A Hash on Life," at 8 p.m. in the
Union, Congress will conduct elabor-
ate Hobo Day ceremonies, including
a contest in which His Majesty him-
self will select the male student who
most resembles the true American
hobo. Shagginess of beard will con-
stitute an important part of the con-
test, according to David Panar, '41E,
executive secretary of Congress. He
advised all male students to start
cultivating whiskers immediately in
order to have a head-start for the
contest.
The winner, according to Panar,
"will get a coke date with Mlle
Yvette!" Panar stood up on a table
and repeated, "The winner will get
a coke date with Mlle. Yvette." There
was a hush as the members of Con-
gress echoed, "Yvette!"
"Who is Mlle. Yvette?" they asked.
Panar replied: "She's gorgeous!
You've never seen anything like her
before!" Rumor has it that she will
make a special trip from the French
exhibit at New York World's Fair for
the contest.
The judging will take place at 8
p.m. Tuesday, immediately preceding
King Jeff's lecture in the Union. In
a special message conveyed to The
Daily by a little hobo named Mulli-
gan, Davis made the request that

ms Hobo Day;
ill Judge Contest

DAILY OFFICIAL BUL L ETIN

ery man on the car)powi dress like
a hobo next Tuesday, patches, cigar
stubs and all."
Davis is a nationally known figure,
having been "written'up" in a recent
issue of Time. Jeff edits his own!
famous newspaper, The Hobo News,

Continued from Page 4)
ences. The final meeting of the
Student Branch will be held to-
night at 7:30 in Room 1042

sound film of stadard siZe lasting

meet tonight at 7:30 in the Women's Intensity Micropliutometer." Ta at

Engineering

Building. Final

Review, and recently lectured at the
Universities of Minnesota, Chicago
land Purdue.
At present Davis is presiding over
the 32nd Annual Hobo Convention in
Milwaukee. On Sunday he will as-
sume the chair as Emperor of the
International League of Hoboes at
their conference in Windsor, Ontario.
When told that Mlle. Yvette would
be present on the University of Mich-
igan campus, His Majesty, King Jef-
ferson Davis, is reported to have ex-
claimed: "Don't be too surprised if
I judge myself winner of the con-
test! Ah-h, Yvette!"
t4t*cA ~19enR d
The Engineering Council will meet
at 7:30 p.m. today in Room 244 of
the West Engineering Building to
elect officers for the coming year.
The Council conists at present of two
members of each class and represen-
tatives from the various campus en-
gineering societies. Two additional
members will be selected in the fall
from the freshman class.
Members of the Institute of Aero-
nautical Engineering Sciences will
also hold a meeting today to elect
officers. In addition they will discuss
plans for a trip to Buffalo Saturday
to visit the Curtiss-Wright and Bell
airplane factories.
Prof. Frank A. Mickle of the aero-
nautical engineering department will
attend the semi-annual meeting of
the American Gear Manufacturers
Association May 20 to 22 in Ash-
ville, N.C. He will attend the meet-
ings on nomenclature, gear noise,
gear lubrication and helical and her-
ring-bone gears
12 Fraternity
Groups Chosen
For Final Sing

arrangements for the trip to the Cur-
tiss-Wright and Bell aircraft factories
at Buffalo, N.Y., will be discussed.
The election of officers for 1940-41
will also take place at this meeting.
All members are urged to be pres-
ent.
Graduate Tea today, 4-6 p.m.,
West Conference Room, Rackham
Building. Professor James K. Pol-
lock of the Political Science De-
partment will speak on "Germany
After the War." Graduate students
and faculty members are invited.
Professional Golf Association Mo-
tion Picture film to be shown at
Rackham Lecture Hall at 7:30 p.m.
tonight. This is an instructional
FORDHAM UNIVERSITY
SCHOOL OF LAW
NEW-YORK
Case System
Three-Year Day Course
Four-Year Evening Course
Co-educational
Member of theaAssociation of American
Law Schools
College Degree or Two Years of
College Work with Good Grades
Required for Entrance
Transcript of Record Must Be Furnished
Morning, Early Afternoon and
Evening Classes
For further information address
Registrar of Fordhom Low School
233 Broadway, New York

one hour. All golfers invited. Admis- Lounge of the Rackham Building.
sion free.sElection of officers for thecoming
year, and discussion of program for
Mimes meeting tonight at 7:30 in next fall. All members are urged to
the Union. Officers will be elected. attend.
Those unable to attend may vote in -_
the student offices of the Union.
_ _The College Republicans of Aneri-
Graduate students, and other stu- ca will meet today in the Michigan
dents interested, are invited to listen Union. All students and faculty

to a concert o.f recorded music today
at 4:15 p.m. in the Men's Lounge of
the Rackham Building. The program
will include: Iberian Suite- -Albeniz,
and the Fifth and Sixth Brandenburg
Concertos-Bach.
Archery: All campus tournament
for women--4:30 p.m. today. Tn case
of rain it will be held on thy' indoor
range.
American Student Union: Anti-
War Meeting at 7:30 tonight in the
Michigan Union. All students urged
to attend.

members interested in
invited to attend.

the party are

The Ann Arbor Independents will
meet today at 4:15 p.m. in the League.
The Jewish History class will meet
at the Hillel Foundation tonight at
7:15 p m.
Coming Events
The Observatory Journal Club will
ifeet at 4:15 p.m. Thursday after-
noon, May 16, in the Observatory lec-
ture room. Mr. Albert Hiltner will
speak on "The Self-Recording Direct-

4:00 p.m.
Outdoor Sports Club, W.A.A.: Over-
night bicycle trip to the Saline Valley
Youth Hostel on Saturday, May 18,
returning Sunday, May 19. Bicycles
may be rented at a special rate of
$1.50 for the weekend. Any woman
on campus is invited. Sign up on
or before Thursday. May 16, at the
desk of the Women's Athletic Build-
ing, or call Gertrude Imwood, 2-4471,
Room 4515.
Phi Tau Alpha: Plautus' "Menae-
chmi" will be presented for members
and others interested in the Univer-
sity High School Auditorium Friday:
May 17, at 8:00 p.m.
Michigan Dames: Homemaking
Group will meet Thursday with Mrs.
Samuel T. Dana, 2031 Hill Street, at
7:30 p.m. Last meeting of the year.
Those wishing rides, meet at . the
League at 7:15.

Graduate

Student Council

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(Continued from Page 1)
jorie Strand, '41; Martha McCrory,
'41SM; Mary A. McAndrew, '40SM;
Annabel Van Winkle, '41; Janet Ho-
mer, '41, and Betty Chaufty, '41SM,
Sorority sponsors of finalists were
chosen by lot. Alpha Delta Phi will
be backed by Kappa Alpha Theta;
Alpha Kappa Lambda, by Kappa
Kappa Gamma; Beta Theta Pi, by
Alpha Delta Pi and Alpha Chi Ome-
ga; Psi Upsilon, by Delta Gamma and
Alpha Xi Delta and Pi Lambda Phi,
by Alpha Epsilon Phi and Phi Sigma
Sigma.
Sponsors of the winning house will
be given flowers by the Nielsen green-
houses.
Acacia will be sponsored by Alpha
Phi; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, by Chi
Omega; Sigma Nu, by Alpha Gamma
Delta and Pi Beta Phi; Sigma Phi, by
Kappa Delta and Zeta Tau Alpha;
Theta Xi, by Alpha Omicron Pi and
Collegiate Sorosis, and Alpha Tau
Omega, by Delta Delta Delta.
"Kappa Sigma Mine," presentation
of that fraternity, was written es-
peciallyi for the Sing by Robert Reed,
'42, member of the house. The words
and music to Pi Lambda Phi's
"Praise of Epsilon" were also written
by a member, Albert Ureles, '43.

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ina compact package you
can take with you anywhere
. . . to the cottage, on picnic
trips in your car, out on the
porch for informal summer
suppers. This electric cooker
prepares a complete meal at
one time-two vegetables, a
roast, potatoes and gravy.
And you can go out for the
afternoon while your dinner is
cooking.
Plugs in anywhere
The cooker operates from any
convenience outlet. You can
use it right on the dining room
table, for entertaining and
popular buffet parties. You
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will enjoy the tastier dishes
that waterless cooking makes
possible, the healthfulness and
delicious flavor of meats and
vegetables cooked in their
own juices.
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Gernman soldiers, carrying hand grenades, are shown "making Luxembourg streets secure," according
to the German-approved caption on this photograph which was radioed from Berlin to New York. The
steel-heliheted trooI)ers are advancing along a deserted street.

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as Germans took control of all central and southern N orway.

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