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THE MICHIGAN DAIIY
ad To See Youre Here Old Pal American And European Schools Ann Arbor D
Compared By Refugee Student 's
- Her Is odays News
American universities differ from Tel Aviv, Palestine; from there to In Summary T
a¢ Fx r k, :European colleges in a great many Lyon France; and finally to the
way, JlesJoas,'40, efuee tu United States He can speak fluent- A lot of persons have ideas about
ly German, French, English, Italian, how to improve city government. . A
dent from Vienna observed, after at- Hebrew and Arabic. and this week the Ann Arbor cha- Mic
:n.t; r .;.K -t. , =<:: ..... . .: tending Michigan for a year.
tending Michigan for a <:"":":::earIn most European schools, Jonas ber of commerce came through with soci
..-Jonas is an authority on universi- explained, he went to classes from a few suggestions. The plan sug- sity'
ties, too, during the course of 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., after which he esting changes in the chart wa tod
.+. ; . his college career, he has been forced had difficulty in finishing home as- s hhover
- :to move successively from Vienna to signments for the next day before offered by the legislative committee
Prague, to Milan and Florence to midnight. As you can well under- of the organization. It urged non-
a .: <;{stand, he said smilingly, "the Univer- partisan election of city officials
N 2.H e.....r.t T k st um here seems relatiely . .. establishment of a municipal vill
~u ear a- easy to me!"
Jonas noticed almost as soon as hecourt . . . and a smaller salaried lef
{::::::.:.:: > .: enteredt;an.American:.classroomr.that.city council membership.an
On Security Act *' m fed
.:::,,: ,:{ K;,,"t" .: eaching proceedure here s much
::-,more informal here than in most Dr. Howard . C.rapman, f-
y European dountries For example, in mer director of the Baptist o r sen
eranb and Austrian schools, he ex- Williams Guild, was honored by hert
plained, when a professor calls on a his old students last night . c.i .
William R. Williamson, Chief Ac- student to recite, the student must Chapman resigied from his posi-
tuary of the Social Security Board, rise and bow to his "tormentor!" tion last year . . . and is now L
spoke to an audience of approxi- Speaking more strictly about Ger- spediig his efforts ii a North- the
mately 200 yesterday in the Rackham many, Jonas differentiated distinctly ville church. D
S Building Amphitheatre on the sub- between pre-Hitler and Hitler years. Crippled children hoping for more tens
ject of '"Social Budgeting." Before 1932, he said, German uni- state assistance took another blow Edu
en -months-old Charles Kane and John Turner, seven months According to Mr. Williamson, the versities taught on a very high plane this week . . . Governor Dickinson Gel
eared to be in earnest con~ersation as the "Iroquois" docked in Social Security Act, which covers and students were interested in, and told a delegation from Ann Arbor corn
k The boys were among the youngest passengers on the boat approximately half the jobs in Amen- in fact devoted to, their studies. Now, that the only way for them to receive
ne in nder a eonvy after a hint by the Germaan admiralty that ca, overcame the idea prevalent in however, university education there more money would be by grant of
s the '20's that it was impossible for is secondary. the legislature. A mother of a Dc
Cue____ anyone other than the individual to He added, in concluding the inter- crippled boy and Robert G. Greve,
budget his earnings for the various view, that he thbught American free assistant director of the University
contingencies that threaten the ,nd less strained methods were great- hospital, made the plea to the gov- I
l roction ps A bSeriesubreadwinnerp-ly conducive to the betternient of ernor. Scl
The .Act is based on the assumrp- -#* *." will
M Y..ne is n.hehigher education. -twil
Tc .tion, backed by actuarial research, ba dadTrt b h is
Mr.a l F l sO T eP s iio" am"s "tats ra0prch ihreuain Dean Edwar~d Krause of the firs
MIr. Williamson said, that a 20 per literary colege will preside as bet
cent reserve of the income is suffi- * *. chairman today at a meeting in 1tee
cii ent to provide for all the conitin- -aJbinIOW iLz I Ce a te tieat- 1t
ing with its policy of bing- now in its seventh year, is to bring T Tcielk Chicago of r ,eommittee on evalu- Det
n Arbor the best of foreign to Ann Arbor pictures that commer- Most of theOn Jewish Reli ion in oe a edigrcue h
f the most memorable of . .eclst provisions of the Act .R ein ofleges.re t
, Cg ecial exhibitors do not ordinarily offer. are based on a State-Federal cooper-
;the Art Cinema League is ___________________
~ two programs here this Among the foreign pictures which ation in paying for the benefits. No Dr. *Isaac Rabinowitz, director of
the League has shown here in past provision is made for sickness, al- the Hillel Foundation, will deliver a
its three- engageYears are: "Grand Illusion,"The though a bill is now pending, Mr. talk on "What A Man Worships" at SGeI EI dNSTE
li it trday enga- ye ," "ad lli," " Te Williamson said. 11 a.m tomorrow at Hillel Founda-
e ys, rt be shown o 8:15 uty,"n "yer Life and Loves of The much-disputed $47,000,000,000 tion immediately following the regu-
[y at the Lydia Mendel- eethoven."Few, if any of thes reserve that would have resulted n- lar Sunday Reform Services.
attre Lifiaed l s wou d have appeared here if de the Act was supported by Mr. This talk is the first of a series
~re fim'ol aeapae eei Williamson who explained that such
ies of great motion picture local showings had not been spon- aiplicy o cr ained is nec- of ten which will be given throughout
s of the past willbem-sored by the League. iy nresmgthe school year discussing the Jewish
fthe a t w en yThe League is a non-rofit or- ssary to carry out the program on religion and its fundamental prin-
s "Way Down East," filmed ganiation whose proceeds are used an increasing benefits scale. Amend~ LYDIA MNDELSSOHN TH
y Dr. D. W. Griffith, dean in advancing cinematic appreciation C es hoev the A record concert will be given at 8 Saturday, October 14
an motion picture produc- on campus. A recent contribution Con ofsch , a r e accum- p.m. tomorrow at the Foundation Evening Performance Only -
- ulation of such a large reserve less
by the League provided the General possible, he predicted conducted by Bill -Simon, 41, chair- All seats Reserved -- Tickets :
the fourth successive year Library with books on the cinema, man of the Hillel music committee.
the -League has sponsored Begun originally as a student or-
past screen triumphs. The ganization, the League is now
shown here through the the supervision of a board of eight Eng eering roup
in of the Museum of od- faculty members and a student gen- Holds First Meetin
ice of membership for the eral manager. Included on the board
ester ad adm sion to the are: Prof. Harold J. McFarlan of
s t h andadissnto.th.the geodosy and surveying depart- Quarterdeck, the semi-honorary
'ams of the series is $1.00. tnent; Mrs. Lila Pargment of the Rus- marine engineering society .held its
Yp cards are on sale at the sian department; Prof. Herbert A. first meeting of the year, an infor-
e League and Wahrs Book Kenyon, of the Spanish department; mal get together, Thursday evening
igle dck.ts for the films PRof. Erich A. Walter, Prof. K. T at the Engineering School.
e'sofd hA n Lg Rowe, Prof. Hereward T. Price, Prof. Seventy-five persons attended the
Frederic O. Crandall and Prof. Men- gathering and plans for. the coming
tor Williams of the English depart- meetings were discussed. The feat-
1 - rnent; and Prof. Otto G. Graf of the ures of the next four meetings will
ft T . ar-hintlg German department. Daniel Grudin, be a series of papers on yacht de- D IR E C TR
'40E, is student general manager. signing, written by the members.
ys At MSC DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
in overalls, 28 young men__
ie dinner call that booms HILLEL FOUNDATION FIRST METHOD
n, old fraternity house in
fter a buys day spent in at- SATURDAY, OCT. 14, 1939 Changes of Elections: No course may East University at Oakland. Dial 3779 State and Was
lasses in scientific agricul- VOL. L. N. 18 be elected for credit after today. Stu- Dr. Isaac Rabinowitz, Director. Charles W. Bai
lichigan State College. .7, ".dents must report all changes of Sunday, 11:00 A.M Services. Sermon by Dr. Choir director,
l on the basis of need and ivotwces elections at the Registrar's. Office, Rabinowitz: "What a Man Worships." Organist, Mary
ded by county agriculture To Deans, Directors, Department Sunday, 8:00 P.M. Record concert. All stu- 9:45 A.M. Stude
id high school agriculture Heads and Others Responsible for ship in a class does not cease nor be- dents are welcome. rence Vredevoo
from the staidpoint of ac- Payrolls: gin until all changes have been thus Monday, 4:30 P.M. First meeting of class in 10:40 A.M. Morr
successful farm experience, Payrolls for the first gemester are officially registered. Arrangements Rapid Biblical Reading. shares' subject
, 18 to 24 years of age, are ready for approval. t'his should be made with the instructors are not Tuesday, First meetings of classes in: Ele- 3:30-5:00 P.M. T
m all sectiois of the State. done at the 'Business Office before official changes. + mentary Hebrew at 4:30 P.M., Conversa- for new Metho
e the regular college short Oct. 18 if checks are to be issued on tional Hebrew at 7:00 P.M., Jewish Ethics the Michigan I.
agriculture for which they Oct. 31. Telephone number of Dr. Scanio, at 8:00 P.M. 6:00 P.M. Wesl

llege credit. Because en- listed as 541, should be changed to Wednesday, First meetings of classes in: church. Dean
in the leassroom only half Students, College of Literature, Sci- 407. Yiddish at 4:00 P.M., Honors Course at "Two Generatio
id work the remaining half, ence and the Arts: 5:00 P.M., Jewish History at 7:15 P.M.
ths are required to com Women Students Attending the Chi- Thursday, 7:30 P.M. First meeting of the
regular eight week course. ~Election cards filed after the end cago Game: Women students wishing Hillel Players.
tf he first week of the semester may to attend the Chicago-Michigan foot- Friday, 7:30 P.M. Services for the Sabbath. BETHLEHEM EV
-time work, enrolees receive be accepted by the Registrar's Office ball game are required to register in 80 ..Frsd icsinldb rf hooeShi
ith in wages from the NYA. only if they are approved by Assis- the Office of the Dean of Women. A Tca Fuer " oBooks Which
>eriient launched last year tant Dean Walter. letter of permission from parents Have Changed My Thinking". Social hour u
h deserving youths w4ho. Students who fail to file their elec- must be in this office not later than following.9:00 A.M.Early
ancially unable to go to ion blanks by the close of the third Wednesday, Oct. 18. If the student 9:30 A.M. Chur
th training and work ex- peek, even though they have regis- does not go by train, special permis- 10:00 A.M. Morni
has been a decided suc- ered and have attended classes un- sion for another mode of travel must 10 , A.M. Morni
ding to William H. Taylor, fficially, will forfeit their privilege be included in the parent's letter. 6:00 P.M. Studer
of the NYA Resident f continuing in the College for the Graduate women are invited to regis- (Mo. Synod)
ject. emester. If such students have paid ter in this office. Liberty at Third Street
any tuition fees, Assistant Dean Wal- Carl A. Brauer, Pastor
ter will issue a withdrawal card for The Hillel Foundation is offering UNITARIAN C'
NG TONIGHT them. a scholarship of $75.00 for the first :30 A.M. Bible Class.
~t7:0-:0 PM.se eser of 199-0. Co peiton10:45 A.M. Morning Worship" with sermon State and Hur
semester of 1939-40. Competition
Students, College f Literature, is open to any eligible Hillel member by the PMinister. AN INVITATIO
Science, and the Arts: and the award will be made on the 4:30 P.M. Walther League Meeting. to hitch their emo
No course may be elected for credit basis of scholarship, financial need, 6:00 P.M. Student Fellowship supper. TO JOIN in the ac
after the end of the third week. Sat- extra-curricular activities, and par- 6:30 P.M. Rev. C. A. Brauer, speaker. Top dent's Union whic
}}}} \ \ urday, October 14, is therefore the ticipation in activities of the Foun- ic: Predestiation the Unitarian Chu
}}hlast date on which new elections may dation. Applications are due on Fri- at 7:30-Church S
\ -\ }be approved. The willingness of an day, Oct. 20 FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST ley will speak on
individual instructor to admit a stu-
dent later does not affect the opera- A Notices0 South Division Street
tion of this rule. Sunday, 10:30 A.M. Services. FIRST PRESBYT
Students, College of Literature 11:45 A.M. Sunday School.
School of Education Students, (Continued on Page 4) Wednesday 7:30 P.M. Wednesday Evening 1432 Washtenaa
ONLY .Meeting. - William P. Lem
Lillian Dilts, As:
AFTER THE GAME . . . or at any time Palmer Christia
FIRST BAPTIST CH URCH 9:30 A.M. Churcl
EA"T a M ITC9:30 A.M. Sunda,
Corner of 512 East Huron Mr. and M~rs.C
E AT at MITCH E LL'S FIRTf BAPIT HRCH--
Rev. C. H. Loucks, Minister 10:45 A.M. Mornii
We are now serving, besides our regular meals and Mr. Roland Schaefer, Minister of Music gious Convictic
sandwiches, a full line of Kosher Sandwiches and Lunches- Mr. Clyde Stitt, Organist Man." Sermon
: .,II 10:45 A.M. Morning Worship. Sermon topic: 10:45 A.M. Nurser;

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