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Be In April

ly earngcompletion p,
tot4 9 its iaceas th
;titutton of its kIid in the
the W.K. Kellogg Foundation
of Graduate and Posgradu-
servitce.
e in that it is the only In-
evoted especally to gradu.
d work for dentiss already
rofession.
)etal Building still rema8ins
,n studying to lbecome dentists
J~e oreeiethirtranig
V~A erection of the Institute
sstatd afew changes in the
gh the formal dedication of
Ttitute will inot tk lc
building. Beginning yester-
l~sinchlden's dentity
e dntistry, oral surgery, root
ceraic4s andprosthesis are
en 40 and 50 registrants are
Sfor~ these two-week courses
until March~ 8. AlreadIy start-
ure preventive dentstry an
,gery. More than 50 dentists8
pork in these courses.
Ui dedication of the Institute
n~ delayed until April 3 in
have it occur sim~ultaneously
School of Dentistry's home>-
At this time, President Ruth-
accept thbe Institute on be-
he University.
agles Elects Officers
gls junior engineeig honor
elected offices atits regular
Suday in thea Union. Ed
,4 elected as the new presi-
weeing John Harwood. Pete
was elected secretary and

A. Sawyer 0f the physics departmrent
at 6 p.m. today in the Union before
The Engineering Mechanics Col-
loquim will meet at 4 p.m. today in
Room 314 of the West En~gineering
Annex. William H~. Harvey will pre-
sent a paper on the "Calculation of
Slopes, and Deflections of Beamns with
Tranverse and 'Axial Loads Utilizing
the Method~ of Supeposition."
A. slide demonstration of~ automatic
transmissions will be shown to SAE
m~embers at 7:30 p.m. today in the
Union by N. L. Blume of the Olds-
mobile eecutive office.'
Meetings today : A.I.E.E. at & p.m.
in the Union, Sigma Rho Tau at
7;30 pm. in the Union and Engineer-
igCouncil at 7:15 p.m. in Roanm 244
Wiest Engineering Building.
Miclilgan Leads.
In Inunabula
Uuierjty Top~s Big Teni
In Old Rare Books
Leader of the group of unversi-
of inuablthe University rnk
the country, y J
fifteent entuyfrm wi trest
thegUerwniay.o hca y10
ietyFologivercntofdrthe Crnell
urde iedr lasetslaca ewiious
Oter tanMchgath ol

ALV7IV111 - 1 _ _ _ ' IE h be tts I sS e cre ta y
Recognizing the definite need in
Washtenaw County for an independ- Stanley Lebergott, Grad., Detroit,
ent paper to print the labor news, was lecedpesident of the Rochdlale j
the Unity Hal Board started thie Cooperative House at a recent 'house
"Washtenaw Progressive" more than meleting.
one year ago, which is today consid- Other officers elected were: Rich-
ered one of the county's best labor and Ebbetts, 142E, secretary; Donald
papers, according to Rev. H. P. Mar-I Downe, '42, assistant house mianager;
ley, chairman of the board of editors.. Lew Feldtman, '40E, house manager;
4, o csa~.bIt-~o br, Paul Bann~er, '41~, treasurer; Charles
is the policy of the semi-mo~nthly .edcs,'1,pu sIg~et
paper to which students, faculty andHrocW tkJr,'l sewd
townspeople contribute. The paper William Galusha, '42, assistant stew-
has a circulation of 3,000. arnd and Joe Domar, Grad., account-
... ant,.
T'oday's issue of the Waslhtenaw Six new mem~bers have been admit~
Pzogressive is the first on~e to appear ted into th~e house this semester. They
this semester. In it is featured an aeCaiCn~m~~n .~l~cm
intrviw wth embrs f te goupFred Tietzel, '43E~, O1to Chady, '43,
of 11 men and one woman who were Loren D. Wicks, '42", and EGilbert Ban-
released recently the FBI in De- ner, '41F&C.
troit. A feature story on the adoption There are 20 residen~ts and four
of a four year old Spanish refugee boarders at the Rochdale House this
girl by a Univyersity Hospital nurse is.,sempester.
also included. _________
"Will's Way," appearing for the
first time in today's issue, is written New Ar~aa mCob
by Will Canter, a, former Daily con- r
tributor. Editorials, labor notes and To HerM&DowelI
a feature story on Lillian Wald, the____
foune~~ f te fis~ yl~p nure x. iRobert H. Mc~owell, associate,
service in, 189., are also listed among in Grek and Latin, will a.ddress, the
the articles in today's issue. first open meetng of the niewly
Copies may be purchased singly ~ ~ bs~et'cl~~ oily
or byrmyearly ssubscriptulons.soc.eWy
or y yarl susciptons K.W.Al-Thaqafa, at 8 p.m tomorrow in
Peterson,, chairma~n of the Trades the Rackham Am~phiheatre whaen h~e
Council, Albert Waxman, secretary- pa o"ptrbtpsfthAre
treasurer of the Board and rep resen- to the World Social Order.~
tatives from various unions in the ~ coelw~b~i h ~
county are included on the general East, haMc towell as bar i te Wear
bo~,d. ,Arabian countries andhas studied at
®u °len~gth their culture andI history. Ale-
v-i Tliacqaf a isthe newest student organ-
izpation, on camnpus and ways formied
J]Pubic, or Arab studenits and thoe .o~ther
Heath o Pstu~dents and faculty m~embers whgw
are interested in Aabian cul urean
Dr. Luther T. Purdom, director of history.
the Bureau of Appointments and Cc-
cupational Informiation, will speak 4 Upilon ry~~ou ts Are Called
a. public health assembly at 3 p.m. to-
morrow in the west~ amphitheatre of Tryouts for the executive under-
the West Medical Building. graduate staff of the Michigan Union,
The lecture, originally scheduled allhcampus, men's organization were
for last week, will be on the topic 4 V- called for by Don Treadwell, . 40,
cational Guidance." Professional stu- president. The meeting will be held
dents engged in public health work~ at 5 p.m. today in Room 302, he said.
will compose the assemnbly which is Freshmen who are eligible and inter
Wpen to all those interested in the ested in the Union, Tare invited to at-
subject. tend..

HospitalD Lisplays
Cornwall's Historic
MedicalPiniting
The original Dean Cornwell paint-
ing "Beaumont and St. Martin," de-
picting an historical moment in med-
in the lQboy o0 they Uiversty I~os-
pital.
Showing Doctor William Beaumonlt
at the bedside of 4Aleis St. Martin,
the painiting captures a moment in
the period of observation and experi-
mentation that revolutionized the
stu~dy of gastric digestion.
The painting, exhibited by courtesy
of John Wyreth and Brother, has
touired universities and medical soci-
eti~es during the past year, appear-
ing at Yale, Chicago, Johns Hopkins,
and the American Medical~ Associa-
tion Convention at St. Louis. The
picture is one of a series oef canvasses
entitled "'Pioneers of American Medi-
cin~e."

-FishierAttend Metin
r. Charles A.Fish~er, director of
the Exensin Service, isattending
the Viual Educaton, Supervised Cor-
respoiadene.Study and Adult Edu-
cation, Supervised Correspondence

cation sections of t;
cation Association~
Thursdayin St. Lo
Dr. Fisher wlr
vention ai afuur
education society.

.ough

MIvChIGAN
Today and Wednesday
THERE'S ROMANCA JUST AROUND
THlE CORNER FOR YOU with'Mr.Smjith'
~in thI3 glowing Lubitsch love stork!

)ort m the ion=
meeting of floe

MARGARET JAM VXRT
SULLAVAN S IN ERNST LUBITSCH'S
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"INFORMATION PLEASE"
WORLD NEWS
thin dy '4SLIGHTLY HO~NORABLY~

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I-- Ry JUNE Mc KEE --
Whil Prof. WaldoA~bbot went over
to Holland to. discuss rdie at Hope
College last week, Jerome Wiesner,
Chief Radio Technician, attended the
Broadcast Engineering Conference in
Columbus, where 40* broadcasters
from all over thle country conveed
to discuss television.
Another page from "The Diary of
the Goddess of the Ilan Ses"will
be aired at 2:45. m.today over' WCAJ
and WMBC. Directed b~y Jack~ Silcot,
Grad, and i4 Fra. Firschild, '44 i
involves dramatized news versions of
humnan interest happenings in Michi-
gan Tose i thecast inlue ar
guerite Mink, '4.1, Doris Barr, '40,
M~ary Jordan, '40, Jean Muth, '40, Paul
Chiarles Bowen, '41; and Hlarold Spur-
way, '40. Fritz 3?e ries, '40,an -
pounces.
Then "Wh~om, Do. You Know? will
be discssed by the U~niversity Regis-~
trar, IraM. Smthregarc~pgSome
Reasons Why People Do Nott *JpA's
When There Are Jobs in the "Your
WJR at 3:3Q todajy. Janet Burns,
'41, will anone

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Now Playging!

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