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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAiLY OFFI-CIAL BU--LLETIN

Furfey'sTalk-
1 Continue SRA Series
f Religious Forums;
rient To Be Discussed
rtinuing the Student Religious
dation's series of forums on the
tence and Nature of God," Prof.x
Durfee of the Law School will
ss The Rev. Fr. Paul H. Furfey's
re on this subject at 8 p.m. to-
n Lane Hall.F
her Furfey defended the Cath-
riewpoint on religion in his talk
Saturday, and Professor Durfee
leal with the stand taken and
nswer the questions of those at-
ngt.
7:30 p.m. tomorrow, the second
e SkA's series on oriental reli-
will be presented by Kamala
mbi on Buddhism. These semi-
are being given at Lane Hall for
benefit of those students and
by members who are not able
ke regular courses given in the
ersity in this subject. Miss Kos-
is a graduate of Mysore Uni-
yy, Mysore, India.
nger Announces
0 Still Remains
Football Coffers
rold Singer, '41, of the Union
tive staff made the interesting
very and subsequent announce-
that approximately $70 from
fll's Union Football Ticket Ex-
ge is left in that organization's
rs. "Either a great many people
think much about the Union's
abilityor,"they don't care much
he more crass aspects of life,"
r said, "but I wish that receipt
rs would take the money off our

anine, Rackham Euilding, at 7:30 ing will be open for discussion. 29 at 9:15 p.m. at the Michigan Union
i.m: on Thursday, Feb 29
Lt. COL L. A. x 111 aidress the Men'5 Physical Eduicati n Cib A.AIJW Drama group: Wednesda:
eup op "raduteL i r in Preven- meeting for all students and f.cilty feb. 28 8 pm., at the hompe of Mi
m Ivedicine asr which rhe mcc of Department on Thiirsday. Fet iii-3 iddie 938 Dewey Avenue
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day, February 29, at 4:15 p.m., room
103, Romance Language Bldg.
Tickets for the series of lectures
and play may be procured at the door
at the time of the lecture.
Science Demonstration Lecture: Dr.
Phillips, Thomas, Research Engineer'
of 1 the Westinghouse Electric and
Manufacturing Company, will give a
lecture and demonstration of scienti-
fic developments in Rackham Audi-
torium, Friday, March 1, at 8 p.m.
Slosson Lecture: Professor Preston
W. Slosson of the history department
will review the current world situa-
tion in a lecture on "This Mad World"
under the auspices of Pi Lambda
Theta, Thursday, Feb. 29, at 8:00 p.m.
in the Amphitheatre of the Rackham
Building, third floor. The public is
invited.
Todays Events
Romance Language Journal Club
meeting today at 4:15, in Room 408
RL. Papers by: Alfredo T. Morales,
Grad: "A Review of a Brief History
of Philippine Literature (T. del Cas-
tillo)."
James C. O'Neill: "Albert Thibau.-
det, A Bergsonian theory of art."
Graduate students in Romance
languages are invited.
Engineering Mechanies Colloqui-,
um: Mr. William H. Harvey will talk
on "Calculations of Slopes snd De-
flections of Beams with Transverse,
and Axial Loads Utilizing the Method
of S iperposition," in Room 314 West
Engineering Annex today at 4:00 p.m.
Refresments will precede the meeting.
Biological Chemistry Seminar will
meet in Room 319 West Medical
Building, at 7:30 tonight. Subject:
"Some Phases of the Metabolism of
Iron and Copper."
Botanical Journal Club will meet
tonight at 7:30 in Room 1139 N.S.
Reports by: Harriet Smith, "Inter-
specific hybridization and seceltion
in Tragopogon."
Betty Robertson, "Expansion of
taxonomy with respect to the sperm-
atophytes."
Donald O'Brien, "Chromosomal
chimeras in plants."
Erich Steiner, "Physiology of popu-
lations."
Association Forum: Professor Dur-
fee, of the Law School, will lead a dis-
cussion of the lectures on "The Ex-
istence and Nature of Religion" by
Dr. Carlson and Dr. Furfey, Lane
Hall, 8:00 tonight.
Society of Automotive Engineers
meeting will be held tonight at 7:30
in the Michigan Union. Mr. N. L.
Blume of the Oldsmobile Engineering

Executive Office will give a slide pre-
sentation of the new Oldsmobile auto-
matic transmission.
Tau Beta Pi. Dinner meeting to-
night at 6:00 Michigan Union. Prof.
R. A. Sawyer will talk on "Industrial
Spectographic Analysis." Please be
on time.
Ann Arbor Independents meeting
this afternoon at 4:15 in the League.
Sun Valley Ski Movies tonight at
7:30 in the Rackham Amphitheatre.
Public Health Nurses are invited
to attend an informal "get-acquaint-
er" hour today from 3:30 to 5:00 p.m.
at the Women's Athletic Building.
Refreshments.
JGP usher's meeting today at
5:00 p.m. at the League. Attendance
compulsory.
Publicity Committee Meeting for
JGP at 5:00 p.m. today in the League.
Bring your eligibility cards. Anyone
who cannot attend, call Lee Hardy
at 2-2569.
Regular Weekly Bridge Tourna-
ment tonight at 7:30 at the Union.
Christian Science Organization will
meet tonight at 8:15 p.m. in the
Chapel of the Michigan League.
The class in Conversational Hebrew
will meet at the Foundation tonight
at 7:00.
The Bibliophile Section of the
Faculty Women's Club will meet at
the home of Mrs. F. R. Finch, 1619
South University today at 2:30 p.m.
The Bookshelf and Stage Section
of the Faculty Women's Club will
meet today at 2:45 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. Ralph H. Upson, 1116 Ferdon
road.
Coming Events
Geological Journal Club will meet
'in Room 3065, N.S., at 7:30 on Wed-
sneday, Feb. 28. Program: Profes-
sor Eardley will give a review of the
recent literature on "Submarine Can-
yons."
The Graduate History Club will
on Wednesday, Feb. 28, at 8 p.m. in
the Michigan Historical Collections,
Room .160,. Rackham. Professor L.
G. VanderVelde will speak on "Oppor-
tunities for Research in the Collec-
tions." Exhibit. Refreshments. The
wives or husbands of members are
invited to attend.
Psychology Journal Club will meet
Wednesday, Feb. 28, at 7:30 p.m. in
the East Lecture Room of the Rack-
ham Bldg. Professor John F. Shep-

ard will speak on "A Theory of Selec-
tion in Trial-and-error Learning."
Chemistry Colloquium : Dr. Adolf
Stern of the Michigan' Children's
Fund Research Laboratory will speak
on "Chlorophyll" on Wednesday, Feb.
28, at 4:15 p.m. in Room'303 Chemis-
try Building. All interested are in-
vited.
Seminar in Oriental Religions:
Buddhism will be discussed by Miss
Kamala Kosambi at the second meet-
ing of the Seminar, Lane Hall, 7:30
Wednesday evening. All interested
students are welcome.
Association Book Group: Professor
John L. Brumm will review "A Chris-
tion Looks at the Jewish Question"
by Jacques Maritain, and "Suffer-
ance Is the Badge," by, A. L. Sachar,
at Lane Hall Library, Thursday, 4:15
p.m.
Presidents of the women's dormi-
tories will meet at the League on
Wednesday, Feb. 28, at 4:15 p.m. (see
bulletin board for room).
.,Phi Sigma: Mr. Walter Smith of
Pontiac will show a series of colored
motion pictures of African Big Game,
Wednesday, Feb. 28, 8:00 p.m., West
Lecture Room, Rackham Building.
Michigan Dames: Music group
meets Wednesday, Feb. 28, at 8:00
p.m. in the home of Mrs. Sidney J.
Salzman, 333 Packard.
Beta Chapter of Iota Alpha meet-
ing in the West Lecture Room, Mez-

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ARTICLES FOR SALE-3
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FOR RENT
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ROOM: Inner-spring mattress, three
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est-to-gosh bar is open-
npus midst. Doug Gould,
don staff announces the
e Union Coke Bar, the
h will be held at 4:30
d every Tuesday follow-
cokes and other bever-
r, Gould says, should
est to strictly coke men
as well as the coffee
a Fitzpatrick, ,'41, will

Dates will be made welcome, but
he event is aimed primarily at stags.
The Model Plane hobby group will
hold a meeting at 8:30 p.m. Thurs-
day, in the Student Offices of the

nance Language Club
o Hear Morales Today
vo papers will be presented at the
brg of the Romance Language
nal Club at 4:15 p.m. today in
a 408 Romance Language Build-
fredo T. Morales, Grad., will give
view of "A Brief History of Phil-'
i Literature," by T. del Castillo;
James C. O'Neill, of the romance
uage department, will speak on
A. Bergsonian Theory of Art." All
uate students in the department
nvited to attend.
)r. Sinai To Lecture
Nathan Sinai of the department
iblic health and hygiene will pre-
the last in a series of De Lamar
res in hygiene today at the school
giene and public health at Johns
kins University. He will discuss
ms of prepaymengt medical care
ated' by physicians.

Dom Hughes Gives Music Talk

(Continued from Page 1)
side the controlled text of liturgy,
breaking away from the strict forms
of the Gregorian chant," he said.
"These composers experimented
with variation forms, modality and
the double choir-two choirs answer-
ing one another," Dom Hughes went
on.
"Breaking away from controlled
forms was an advance because of the
forms that grew out of it, and a set-
back because the old form was in-
finitely beautiful.
Dom Hughes disclosed that early
harmony was found in the organum
and that rhythm brought sonority, a
new range of sounds. Another stream,

he said, came from Northern Europe,
either the Celtic nations or Scandi-
navia, and is known as traditional
music.
Dom Hughes recalled his discovery
of a thirteenth century mediaeval
song in the Worcester Cathedral
where it had been used as a parch-
ment flyleaf in a rebound book.
"By the fourteenth century, com-
posers gained the power to say inter-
esting things in music and mastered
technical resources. The climax of
English mediaeval music occurred in
1450, and its decline thereafter came
with overly-complicated construc-
tion," he concluded.
After the lecture, Dom Hughes said
he was greatly pleased with the "size
and attentiveness of the audience."

Record Sales
C $
For Sibelius'
FTiadi' Rise
By DAVID LACHEN RUCH
"We have sold as ,many records
of Sibelius' 'Finlandia' during the
last six weeks as we have sold in the
past seven years," Miss- Margaret Ba-
ker, in charge of th :record depart-
ment of a ,local music store, stated
yesterday. Other rerd shops claim-
ed a similar upswing in the sales of
the Finnish classic W an interesting
sidelight of the EurIeati conflict.
Students, more than. townspeople,
seem to have been Infected with the
recent epidemic of Sibelius fever,
since a downtown music shop re-
ported "a decided upswing in its
sales, buta'Finlandia' is not our big-
gest seller in classical records", while
both campus shops reported it as
".by far our most popular classical
recording at present." One campus
store said sales of the Finnish com-
poser's masterpiece were "in excess
of five or six records a week."
The sudden enthusiasm on the
part of students for the Finnish work
was attributed by the, clerk in one
music shop to "the incessant solicit-
ation of students by those selling
tickets to the concert for Finnish
Relief," referring to the ticket-sellers
who have been combing the dorm-
itories for Finnish contribtions dur-
ing the past few weeks.
All record shops were in agreement
that students have become "striking-
ly interested in classical music"
within the last year. "Two years
ago," commented a clerk, "I couldn't
have forced a student even to look
at a classical record, and nowadays
they come in and buy entire sym'
phonies." Many fraternities, It was
noted, are establishing symphony and
even opera libraries. One merchant
explained that a new campus trend
of giving symphonies is gifts has
been started.
Senibrs Urged
To Pay Dues
Collections 'WillContinue
All Week AtAngellHall
Payment of senior cues got off to
a good start today with an unusually
large number of students turning
over their dollar paylnats, ]on Nix-
on, '40, chairman of the Class of
1940 Finance Comrnittee announced
yesterday.
"Over 900 post cards have been
'sent to seniors all oyer the campus,
Nixon said, and posters. hae been
placed in many advantageous places
for our annual senior drive." Dues
will be collected throughout the
week by members of the Finance
Committee from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
daily in Angell Hall Lobby.
The purpose of the dues is to set
up a fund .to. be used by the Class
during .alumni years, keeping both
officers and students in touch with
one another and providing for re-
unions every five years.
Sibley, Garrett, Shapiro
To Vie For 'Mike' Honors

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