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PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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PAGE EIGHT WEDNESDAY, iEtD. 13, 1939

9r. Heilperin
o (4Ve Talk,
Widely-Known Lecturer's
Topic Concerns Liberal
And Totalitarian Method
Dr. Michael A. Heilperin, interna-
tionally-known economist, will give
the new year's first University Lecture
at 4:15 p.m. Friday, Jan. 5, in the
Rackham lecture hall. His subject
will be "Liberal and Totalitarian
Methods in International Economic.
Relations."
Thirty-one year old Dr. Heilperin
has been a lecturer in currency and
finance at the University of Geneva,
a fellow of the Rockefeller Founda-
tion from 1933 to 1935 and an assis-
tant professor of international econ-
omic relations at the Graduate Insti-
tute of International Studies in Ge-
neva.
During the past year Dr. Heilperin
was visiting lecturer in economics at
the University of California and, later,
adviser to the 12th session of the
International Studies Conference held
in Bergen, Norway.
In the summer he was also a pro-
fessor at the Academie du Droit Inter-
national at the Hague, teaching a
course on "Collective Security and
International Economic Cooperation."
Dr. Heilperin is the author of numer-
ous books, pamphlets and articles in
English, Polish, French and German.
Adrian Alumni Meeting
Hears Professor Preuss
Prof. Lawrence Preuss of the po-
litical science department spoke on
the foreign situation last night be-
fore a meeting of the University of
Michigan Club of Adrian. Robert O.
Morgan, assistant secretary of the
Alumni Association, attended the
meeting.
Wrestling Coach Cliff Keen and
Morgan attended a meeting and party
of the University of Michigan Club;
of Rochester, Mich.,- Monday night.
Keen was master of ceremonies.

Anthropoid Desperado

Religious Groups Disciiss Many
IClrren S4 iaL, EthIdaM ProbIlems i

Desperately Lansdowne, Pa.,
firemen seek ways to tame their
mascot, Pete, whose innocent look
(above), hides a dark plot to over-
turn chairs, smash mirrors, rip
papers.
Two Rival Speech
Societies To Meet
Two rival campus speech societies
will vie for decision when AlphazNu,
mer.'s speech organization, and Zeta
Phi Eta, a society of women, meet
Jan. 18, 1940, to argue the question,
"Resolved, That Michigan Women
Should Adhere To the Principle of
Leap Year."
The men will take the negative
with Andrew Caughey, '42, and Al-
fred Breckler, '42, filling two of the
three team positions. Edith Evans,
'41, and Adelaide Carter, '42, have
been chosen to take the affirmative.
Prof. Joseph A. Kitchen of the poli-
tical science department and Arthur
Secord of the speech department will
judge the contest.

More than 2,100 students take part
regularly in the activities of the re-
ligious groups at the University,
Kenneth Morgan, director of the
Student Religious Association, said
yesterday.
These groups, he continued, may,
be roughly classified as three broad
org an vaticnc,--Hillel, the Inter-Guild
Council and the Student Religious
Association---and the units which
operate gn der the sponsorship of
various churches or do their work
entirely independently.
The general purposes of the re-
ligious activities in which students
take part here, said Morgan, seem to
be the promotion of religious wor-
ship, discussion of ethical and social
problems and cooperation in char-
ity and social service projects. Lec-
-tures and recreational programs are
frequently sponsored by the various
groups, he added.
The Newman Club, an organiza-
tion of Catholic students, under the
presidency of Francis Schmidley,
Grad., holds semi-monthly supper
meetings, two or three parties every
year and publishes a monthly news-
paper, "The Chapel Chronicle," Mor-
gan pointed out.
Hillel Sponsors Many Activities
Hillel Foundation is an organiza-
tion of Jewish students, he con-
tinued, led by Dr. Isaac Rabinowitz.
Hillel, he explained, carries on a pro-
gram of worship services, lectures,
discussions and study courses. Many
informal social gatherings and par-
ties are held at Hillel headquarters.
said Morgan, and the group regular-
ly includes welfare drives as a part
of its program. Each year the Hill-
el Players present a play at Lydia
Mendelssohn .Theatre and the group
issues a monthly publication, "The
Hillel News," he said.
The Inter-Guild Council, Morgan
explained, is composed of delegates
from nine Protestant church groups,
Lutheran, Methodist, Reformed, Uni-
tarian, Piesbyterian, Baptist, Church
of Christ, Congregational and Epis-
copal. The Council, of which Russell
Van Cleve, '40, is president, has al-
ready sponsored the Inter-Guild
Conference this fall, he continued.
Lectures, recreational programs and
social action projects, he added, are
planned for the further work of the
Council this year.
Small Groups Do Work
In addition, there are many small-
er religious groups doing valuable
work at the University, Morgan
pointed out. These include such de-
nominations as Christian Science,
the Evangelical Church, the Society
of Friends and the Latter Day Saints,
he said. The Michigan Christian
Fellowship, composed of Protestant
fundamentalists, and Group Z, com-
Clancy To Speak Today
The present situation of cripple
children in Michigan and the possi.
bilities for their aid will be discussed
by Denis Clancy, of Hillsdale, a mem
ber of the Crippled Children Com-
mission, at a luncheon sponsored by
the Women Voters League 12:30 p.m.
oday at the League. An open forum
will be held after his address.

posd cliiely OF ppeple of [bel al' -
ligious views, continued Morgan, also
sponsor student programs.
The Student Religious Association.
under the presidency of William
Muehi, '41, is intended to serve as a
coordinating and directing agency
for all the other organizations, Mor-
gan explained. The Association
sponsors research work through the
Bureau of Student Opinion, carol
sings, the addition of books to the
library of Lane Hall and the study
and discussion of varied topics, he
said.
Much of this work is done by the
other groups with the cooperation ofI
the Association, but a great deal is
conducted solely by its members, he
said. Group Z, for instance, through
its workshop project, aids in work
with the Association's toy-lending
library, he pointed out. In addition,
Morgan concluded, the Association
helps with relief drives, aids local
social service agencies and sponsors
a religious forum.

E. William Doty
Becomiies IDea t
it Austin, Tex.
Only 32 years old. Michigan alum-
nus E. William Doty. '27Ed., A.M.
'29, Ph.D. '36, is already Dean of the
College of Music and Fine Arts at the
University of Texas in Austin.
Dean Doty was assistant profes
sor of organ and theory in the School
of Music here and an assistant con-
ductor of the University's Choral
Union. He helped formulate the
music school's graduate admninistra -
tive organization and was musical
director of "The Bartered Bride,"
Michigan's 1937 opera.
Dr. Doty began his musical studie
at the age of eight on the piano,
then shifted to the violin and at 14
was concentrating on the pipe organ.
He was an instructor of music here
until 1935.
There is a glacier in Greenland
named after Cornell University.

W7- t® Y iwrra

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Mu chapter, which is at Michigah.
has also distinguished itself . scholas-
tically being the first fraternity in
the history of the University to win
the scholarship cup here two years in
a row. In addition, Kappa Nu won
the Pledge Scholarship cup last year.
University of Wisconsin scientists
are conducting research on fossils
that date back to 199,998,000 B.C.

William S. Housel of the civil en-
gineering department and Prof. Wal-
ter J. Emmons also of the highway
engineering department.
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