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E MICHIGAN DAILY

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rvices To Start;
Meets Oct. 3
ibership drive will be
the Foundation's An-
hip Mixer to be held
n. Oct. 6 in the Union.
'ill be free to Hillel
will cost 50 cents for

d at 7:30
.on. After
Mting will
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members
tg to the

T' Start Dance
SeriesFrida
By ELIZABETH M. SHAW
Members of the Newman Club.
Catholic student organization, will
sponsor the first of a series of bi-
weekly dances at the Chapel Audi-
torium at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
The Michigan Newman Club was
reorganized two years ago with Don
Siegel, '39, as president. The or-
ganization now has 250 members and
this year expects to become a mem-
ber of the National Federation of
Newman Clubs which boasts chap-
ters throughout the United States
and the English speaking countries
of Europe.
Activities of the club are centered
tivities include Communion Sunday,
around three purposes. Religious ac-
Communion breakfasts, 40-hour de-
votion, Retreat, and Novenas. Social
activities are bi-weekly dances and
Sunday night suppers, bridge parties,
teas, smokers, and the annual New-
man Club formal.
Newman Club officers are: Fran-
cis X. Schimedly, '40F&C, president;
Gus Dannemiller, '40, vice-presi-'
dent; Marie McCabe, '40, vice-presi-
dent; Mary Mikulich, '41, recording
secretary; Burns Hutlinger, '40,, cor-
responding secretary; Robert Aulen-
bacher, '40L, treasurer; Betty Lop-
ker, '40, social chairman; John
Cooney, '41E, publicity chairman;
Albin Schinderle, '42, membership
chairman;'and Robert Niessett, Grad.

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN.

st organiza-
meeting at
Foundation,
b, '40, presi-
reports will
tiies of the
in Michigan
lans will be
ar. All stu-
ne who have
ed to attend

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(Continued from Page 4)
Johnson, Acting Conductor, Arthur:
Hackett, Thelma Lewis, Hardin Van'
Deursen, and Nora Crane Hunt, of
the voice faculty.
All former members as well as new
candidates are requested to present1
themselves for tryouts.
The accepted list will be made up
Richard Mowrer,
War Corr es pondent,
Reported Released
(Continued from Page 1)
had flown to Rome from the Paris
Bureau of the New York Herald Tri-
bune ,and arrangements were made
for the wedding May 5, the day his
period of grace in Italy was to ex-
pire. A slight change was necessi-
tated, however, when the police
shoved the date ahead by one week:
he was married to Miss Cole just, 20
minutes before, he left :Rome "by re-
quest."
After a brief honeymoon in Paris,
Mowrer was sent to Warsaw to cover
what was rapidly becoming the dan-
ger spot in Europe. Wandering in
Poland, he was picked up by Polish
troops, questioned as a spy, and re-
leased, only to fall into the hands of
a Russian patrol at Zaleszczyki.d
The details of his escape are re-
ported by Lloyd Lehbras Associated
Press representative, who found him
trudging along a dusty road in Po-
land. It seems Mowrer evaded his
Russian guards during the night by
swimming a river,-and hiding in 'A
haystack. Lehbras recognized him
on the road by the blue beret, which
he has worn ever since the Spanish"
War.
At last report, Mowrer was safe in
Rumania, but the accuracy of "last
reports" on him is limited to the date
of issue. Ini t' light of his some-
what erratic behavior, it is interest-
ing to note that he came to the Uni-
versity in 1933 from Northwestern
on probation.
oOk Exchangre' Has
Rushing Business

shortly thereafter, and' official notices
will be mailed to those. accepted.
Thor Johnson, Acting Conductor.
Association Forum: The first of a
series of Open Forums on religious
and social issues will be held at Lane
Hall at eight o'clock this evening.
Mr. Kenfieth Morgan will discuss
"The Religious Principles Involved in
Social Action."
Assembly Execultive Council Meet-
ing: There will be a meeting of As-
sembly executive council this af-
ternoon at 4:15, in the League
Council Room. No excuses. Very
important business.
Sigma Eta Chi: There will be a very
important meeting of Sigma Eta Chi
at Pilgrim Hall tonight at 7:30 p.m.
All regular members please be pres-
ent as rushing plans will be made
and there will be a discussion on the
newly revised bylaws.
Commg Events
Department of Naval Architecture
and Marine Engineering: All men
enrolled in any of the following
courses:
Naval Architecture 5.
.

Naval Architecture 6.
Marine Engl'neering 11.
Naval Architecture 12.
will meet without fail in Room 348
at 5:15 p.m.,' today. It is not ex-
pected that the meeting will take
more than 15 or 20 minutes. Pleaf.
be prompt.
Physical Education for Women:
Exemption tests in baseball, hockey,
volleyball, basketball and soccer will
be given at the Women's Athletic
Building on Thursday, Sept. 28, at
4:30 p.m.
Exemption tests in dancing will be
given at the Women's Athletic Build-
ing on Friday, Sept. 29, at 4:30 p.m.

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tioned in the Union's north lounge.
The project as in the past is spon-
sored by the Union and the League,
operating, however, as an independ-
ent agent.
The administrating committee con-
sists of Ulrich, Jim Palmer, '41, Ro-
berta Leete, '40, Harriet Sharkey,
'40, Robert Bogle, '41, for the stu-
dents and IDean Walter B. Rea ,and,
Dean Jeannette Perry for the Uni-
versity.
The idea of 'the exchange was
drawn to a certain extent from those
of other schools in the country and
tentative plans have been made to
work with these schools in the future.
By a cooperative system, books out
of use at one school could be bought
from the students at regular prices
and then exchanged with the stu-
dent book organization of some other
school that was using the texts,,
VacancIes Announced
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The West Quadrangle of the dormi-
tories was filled on Saturday, but ow-
ing to the fact that certain students
who had rooms reserved failed to en-
roll in the University, there may be aI
few vacancies, according to Karl Litz-
enberg, director of residence halls.
Students who wish to apply for
these possible vacanciestshoulddo so
immediately at the office of the Dean
of Students.

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