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Topic Of Talks
By Press Club
21st Annual ConventioA
To Be Heldi Oct. 26-28,
J. 1. Brumm Announces
Pearson To Speak
The 21st annual convention of-the
University Press Club of Michigan,
which will be held here Oct. 26 to 28,
promises, because of the war, to be
one of the most interesting in the
history of the organization, Prof. J.
L. Brumm, of the Department of
Journalism, said yesterday.
The convention will open with reg-
istration Thursday, Oct. 26. This
will be followed by a luncheon meet-
ing of the Michigan Press Association
in the Union. The Association is
composed of representatives of the
weekly newspapers of Michigan.
Slosson To Talk
Drew Pearson, co-author of the
syndicated columne "The Washington
Merry-Go-Round," which appears in
The Daily, will speak on the subject,
"The Washington Scene," at the first
general assembly of the convention
at 2 p.m. Thursday in the main ball-
room of the Union. Prof. Preston W.
Slosson of the history department,
and Prof. C. F. Remer of the econom-
ics department will address the as-
sembly on the present iternational
Delegates to the convention will be
guests of President Ruthven at a din-
ner which will be held at 6 p m. in
the Union. Following this they will
attend the lecture by Mrs. Eleanor
Roosevelt, sponsored by the Oratori-
cal Association, in Hill Auditorium.
S.L.A. Warshall scheduled
"Our Newspaper Job" will be the
subject of an address by D. J. Ster-
ling, editor of the Oregon Journal
and president of the American Asso-
ciation of Newspaper Editors, to be
given at 9 a.m., Friday, Oct. 27, in
the Union. S.L.A. Marshall, of the
Detroit News; will speak on "Assign-
ments" .at the same meeting. The
Associated Press will hold a luncheon
meeting Friday in the Union.
W. J. McCambridge, manager of the
Associated Press, will address a ses-
sion of the convention on "Handling
War News" at 2 p.m., Friday It is
also expected that Attorney Gereral
Prank Murphy and Senator Arthur
Vandenberg will speak at the same
New Plays To Be Given
By Broadcasting Classes
Studerits of Prof. Louis M. Eich
start . new series of programs at
3:30 p.m. today in which original
radio plays and dramatic adaptations
of famous stories and poetry will be
given over station WJR. .
"The Professor's Office" will con-
cern Jerome Arfa, '40, and Ruth Pl-
lack, '40. The other skit, "Secret Soci-
ety," features Barbara Guest, '40, and
Margaret Schiller, '41.

New Appointments Announced
For 10 Schools Of University

Ann Arbor

Here Is Today's
In Summar


New appointments to the Univer-,
sity faculty in 10 schools and colleges
for the school year 1939-40 were an-
nounced today in the "University
Record," official publication.
The new appointments, which in-
elude additions to the faculty and
staff above the rank of assistant,
College of Literature, Science and
the Arts: New professors-Francisco
M. Pagan, botany; George E. Uhien-
beck, physics; Walter C. Reckless, so-
ciology (visiting second semester).
New Acting Assistant Professor-
M. Evalyn Dilley, Latin.
New Instructors-John T. Baldwin,
botany; Andrew J. Green, English;
Clifford H. Prator, French; Richard
C. Boys, English; Herman Heine
Goldstine, mathematics; Walter T.
Scott, mathematics.
New Lecturer and Research Fellow
-Artur Rosenthal, mathematics.
New Teaching Fellows-Giovanni
Giovannini, English; William W Tay-
lor, English; Robert A. Hatch, miner-
alogy; Karl Frank Lagler, zoology;
James S. Duesenberry, economics;
W. Lawrence Hebbard, economics;
Julius A. Roller, economics; Alan S.
Tomlinson, economics; Wendell P.
Trumbell, economics; Thomas L.
Broadbent, German; James S. Ed-
wards, German; Arthur R. Kooker,
history; Vernon W. Roelofs, history;
R. Van Andel, mathematics; Joseph
P. .Harris, Jr., zoology; Stephen S.
White, botany; Donald D. Kinsey,
psychology; Stewart G. Armitage,
psychology; Nelson Vernard Seeger,
chemistry; John H. Secrist, chemis-
try; Lawrence B. Scott, chemistry;
Ernest Pratt, chemistry; Lois R Per-
kins, chemistry; Robert L. Livingston,
chemistry; Roger A. Hoffman, chem-
istry; Ernest M. Halliday, English;
James L. Calver, geology; Arthur
Richards, + geology; Gerrit Schipper,
philosophy; Harold A. Dressel, speech;
Charles.V. V. Crittenden, geography;
Aaron W. Norbury, German.
College of Engineering:
New Instructors - Richmond C.
Porter, mechanical engineering; Ar-
von L. Davies, civil engineering.
New Teaching .Fellws-dgar J.
Lesher, aeronautical engineering;
Robert Francis Thomson, 'metal pro-
cessing; Kenneth G. Emery, mechani-
cal engneering; Robertson Strawn,
English; William R. Harvey, en-]
gineering mechanics.
New Research Associate: Rudolph
I. Nichols, engineering research.
Medical School:
New Lecturer-Clair E. Folsome,
obstetrics and gynecology.
New Instructors-James 0. Brown,
anatomy; Joseph Lerner, neurology;
James Wallace Logie, general surgery;
Frank H. Power, general surgery;
James Richard Laurey, thoracic sur-
gery; Marianna Eddy Smalley, inter-
nal medicine; Lucy D. Henry, pedi-
atrics; Dan Jayne Bulmer, general
New Residents-John D. Adcock,
internal medicine; Charles J. Cour-
Ville, dermatology; Leslie K. Mundt,
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dermatology; Noyes L. Avery, internal
medicine, and Ralph R. Cooper, Mer-
vin E. Green, Robert C. Kimbrough,
Kenneth M. Smith, George J. Stuart,
Charles F. Wildinson, Leon Ferber,
Charles B. Darner, James R. Willson,
Leonel L. Loder, Harold E. Ray, Er-
nest M. Eichhorn, Lawrene E. Reck,
Albert A. Sames, William J. Slasor,
Frank M. Windrow, Peter Crabtree,
Jack M. Farris, Carl A. Moyer, Jo-i
seph W. Nadal, William L. Valk, Ward
Wilson Woods, William P. Forcade,
Edward L. Mollin, Howard T. Bark-
ley, Hiram T. Langston, Bernard J.
New Teaching Fellows-Ward B.
Chesley, Arthrut P. Keller, Frederick
W. Palmer..
Law' School:
Visiting Assistant Professor-Fred-
erick Woodbridge.
School of Dentistry:
New Assistant Professor-William
H. McCracken.
New Instructor-Harold W. Held.
New Clinical Instructors-Richard
tM. Christl, Robert B. Davies, Albert
B. Shulman, Myron J. VanLeeuwen.
New Teaching Fellow-Anthony 'H.
Shemiot, Paul V. Ponitz.
College of Architecture and Design:
New Instructor-Emil Weddige,
Sidney G. Warner.
School of Education:
New Assistant Professor-Irving H.
New Lecturers-One I. Frederick,
H. B. Masters.
New Instructors-Claude A. Eg-
gersten, Chester R. Stackhouse.
University High School:
Margery Harger, Harold Edward
Wise, Sidney F. Straight, Myrtle G.
Stokke, Everett E. Ewing.
University Elementary School:
Percy O. Danforth, Naomi D.
School of Forestry and Conserva-
New Assistant Professor-Willard
S. Bromley.
School of Business Administration:
New Teaching Fellows-Arthur P.
Bartholomew; William A. Fielden, Ju-
lius F. Mellema, Dan Steinhoff, Flo-
rent J. Verhulst, Warren S. Houser.
School of Music:
New Professor-Frank P. Price.
New Instructor-Dorothy C. Eck-
ert, 'Robert B. Shanklin, Frieda A.
Holt, Gordon W. Sweet.
Graduate School-Vernam Edward
Division of Hygiene:
New Associate Professor-Ella E.
New Lecturer-Claire E. Healey.
New Instructors-Adelia M. Beeuw-
kes, Charles H. Mann.
Health Service-Dr. Paul A. Lind-
quist, Dr. Thomas D. Fitzgerald, Dr.
ILeldon A. Everett.
Public Health-Loren W. Shaffer.

Burglars broke into the Barton
Hills Country Club Tuesday night
.. . and walked off with $1.300 worth
of golf equipment which is a lot
of clubs and balls.
If you love nature take a look at
the Ann Arbor News these days ...
that newspaper is publishing a series
of descriptions of "color tours" . . .
which tell where the leaves are
brightest and outdoors is fairest.
Rain on his glasses sent J. W.
Harrison, a University student,
t the' Health Service Tuesday
Harrison was riding his bi-
cycle on Washtenaw and was
struck by an automobile . . . he
was treated for bruises.
Thievery was the order in the city
Tuesday night . . . in addition to the
stolen golf equipment, Ann Arbor
police were notified of the loss of a
microscope, radio, and purse from
three different houses . . . and also
$2,000 worth of silverware from a
salesman's car. The silverware was
recovered on Wednesday, however.
New equipment is the reason why
the Washtenaw county road com-
mission is asking the Board of Super-
visors for $23,000 this week at their,
regular meeting . . . the commission
desires to replace worn-out scrapers
the request actually asks for
money to do black-top work, but the
commisisoners state it this way to
make the grant legal.
Employees of the Dhu Varren
dairy on Whitmore Lake will
eventually become the owners,
according to terms of a sale an-
nounced Wednesday . . . Edward
A. Hunter sold the dairy and ice
cream business to a new firm
and granted a 15 year lease of the
plants, buildings and land acre-
* * *
Ann Arbor's city charter commis-
sion Tuesday night discussed the
value of services which a purchasing
agent might render the city . . . Dr.
Charles A. Fisher, director of the
University Extension Service, has
been., elected chairman of the Ann
Arbor Community Forum.
Flying Club' Meets Today
Organization plans will feature the
first meeting of the Flying Club at 8
p.m. today in the Union. Dan Ran-
ney, '40E, will preside. Preparations
will be made for the flying meet
scheduled at Ann Arbor Airport, the
winners of which will receive five
medals and a trophy.

Professor Nelson
To Talk At Hillel
Prof. Norman Nelson of the English
department will give a talk on "Men'
and Books Which Have Influenced
My Mind" at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the
Hillel Foundation immediately fol-
lowing the regular Friday night Con-
servative Services.
This is the second of a series of
speeches which will be given every
Friday during the semester at the
same time and on the same topic.I
Profesor Preston Slosson of the his-
tory department was last week's
Professor Nelson, who teaches
mainly courses on criticism, will speak
on his favorite author and philoso-
pher, Aristotle.
Among the other professors who
will speak at the Foundation are
Prof. Richard Fuller of the sociology
department, Prof. John Shepard of
the psychology department, Prof.
Robert Angell of the sociology depart-
ment and Prof. John P. Dawson of
the law school.

Ruthven Dinner
For 2600 To Tax
Union's Capacity
Serving 2,600 people involves min-
ute planning and foresight, Stanley
Waltz, manager of the Union and
chairman of the service committee,
observed, as he explained plans made
for the Ruthven Anniversary Dinner
Oct. 27 in Yost Field House.
All food will be prepared in the
Union, Waltz said, and will be trans-i
ported to the Field House in trucks
of the Department of Buildings and
Six serving kitchens, three on the
east side and three on the west, will
be set up in the Field House. About
150 student waiters will be needed to
serve the guests. These will be re-
cruited from the Union, dormitories
and Lawyers' Club.
Accompanying the dinner a page-
ant will be held, in which campus
groups will enter floats. Many floats
have been already registered.'

Jay Rockwell, '40, and Irving
Weiss, '418, have been named presi-
dent and house manager respectively
of the Congress Cooperative House,
located at 909 E. University.
Other officers elected are Murray
Kamrass, '42E, stewart; David Panar,
'41E, purchasing agent; Richard Shu-
ey, '42E, treasurer, and Douglas Tracy
'40E, accountant.
Shuey was also named chairman
of the House's personnel committee.
Also on this committee are Jack Mit-
chell, '42, Sol Schneyer, '41, and
Ernest Sherer, '42.
The Congress Cooperative House
was opened at the beginning of the
second semester last year. Members
share the work of the House, thereby
saving in room and board costs. Men
interested in entering are urged to
visit the House.
Prospective members of the co-
operative are interviewed by the per-
sonnel committee.

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