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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Prof. Slosson Prof. Preuss
Will Co"elude W12,l1Discuss
Lj t:. re Sei~ies ; Iore iginPolicy
Last Of 'Current Events' What the United States should do
Talks Will Be G.vento obtain the best possible post-war
Tak W Be Gven world, will be the general subject
By Historian Tomorrow discussed by Prof. Lawrence Preuss,
Prof. Preston W. Slosson will de- { of the political science department,
liver the last in his series of lectures at 8 p.m. Thursday in the North
on "Current Events" at 4:15 p.m. Lounge of the Union.
tomorrow in the Lecture Hall of the Sponsored by the American Stu-
Rackham Building. The series is spon- dent Defense League,. Professor
sored by the/ Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti Preuss' talk will deal with several
branch of the American Association possible outcome of the present in-
of University Women.'Tickets for this ternational conflict. After deciding
lecture may be secured at the door Iwhich one of them is the most desir-
In his last lecture, Prof. Slosson able, he will point out to the aud-
dealt with the possibility of the Nazi ience what America should do to
invasion of England and the part obtain it.
France may play in the event of such d
an invasion. He also discussed the Preceding the talk by Professor
latest development in the debate on Preuss, the American Student Defense
the lend-lease bill and the part the League will hold a short business
United States might play in aiding meeting, to begin at 7:30 p.m. It is
the British under ths provisions of urged that all members attend the
this act. mceting for election of officers wi
Tomoxrow Prof. Slosson will speak be held.
on the critical situation in the Bal-
kans-the possibility of a war be-
tween' the Greeks and the Nazis whoI
are massed in Bulgaria on the Greek '_
frontier. He will also predict possible
developments in the international Here Is Today's News
scene now that the lend-lease bill is lIn Summary
in the hands of the President for sig-
nature. Louis H. Cook, who has been unop-

Nine-Year-Old boy Weighs 290 Pou nd s
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Finishing their second helping are 'Joseph, Randazza, Jr., 9, and
his brother, Sam, 3, at their home in Gloucester, Mass. The boys, who
weigh 290 and 85 pounds, respectively, are always ready to eat, their
mother says. Joe is so heavy he has to sit in a steel chair. His brother
weighs more than Joe did at the same age and Joe gained 110 pounds
in 14 moniths.

Dance Class To Meet
The Beginners' Dance Class will
meet today from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.,'
the chairman of the dance commit-
tee announced. The, Intermediate
Class will not meet, but a practice
period, will be held from 8 p.m. to
9:30 p.m. to which members of both
classes are invited. All hostesses
are expected at 6:45 p.m.

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posed for election as fourth ward al-
derman to fill a vacancy at the com-
ing election next month, died Satur-1
dqy night at St. Joseph's Mercy Hos-
pital.
The Washtenaw County health unit
and what the citizens can do to make
it become a reality will be the theme
of the third panel discussion spon-
sored by Social Service Seminar in
the Rackham Building west lecture
hall at 10 a.m. today. Among the
panel speakers will be Kenneth Mor-
gan, Seminar chairman, who will dis-
cuss the physical composition of a
county unit.
Motion Picture
To Be Shown
Chemists Will Sponsor
Movie Wednesday
"Approved by the Underwriters,"
a forty-two minute sound motion
picture, will be shown at 4:45 p.m.
Wednesday, in the Rackham Amphi-
theatre by Alpha Chi Sigma, pro-
fesanal chmical fraternity.
Depicting actual tests of products
used every day by persons in all
walks of life, the picture shows how
the tests are conducted and why-
why some devices pass and others
fail.
Fire tests of building materials are
among the opening scenes and are
followed by investigation of fire-
righting equipment, casualty-preven-
tion items and crime-prevention
tests. The public is cordially invited.
Italians Plan To Launch
Air Assault In Albania
ROME, March 10.-(P)-A deter-
mined air assault upon Greek forces
in Albania-considered the prelude
to a major drive this spring,-was
reported today by official Italian
sources.
soBalmy weather already has begun
in Albania, it was noted by Stefani,
Italian official news agency, and ob-
servers recalled that Premier Mus-
solini declared in a recent speech
that "the fun will begin" in the
spring.

On New Plane
Engine Speech Society;
Will MeetToday

Will Convene
Student To Give Address
Tomorrok At Union

Prof. Edward A. Stalker of the aero- Veering from the usual procedure
nautical engineering department, will of securing a speaker from the out-
speak on "A New Helicopter," one sde, the University student chapter
whic hedeveope hiself ata !of the American Society of Civil En-
which he developed himself, at a gineers will have a student speaker
meeting of Sigma Rho Tau, engin- at their meeting to be held at 7:30
eering speech society, at 7:30 p.m. p.m. tomorrow at the Union, Jack
today in the Union. N. Steketee, president of the organi-
Thety nhelicopter, a machine withzation, announced.
anverheadoweedpropelleSelected to present the talk is\Wil-
Soleic am W. Swenson; '43E, who will talk1
moves airplanes vertically as well on "Electric Power at Niagara Falls."I
as horizontally, is at present of great The talk will be illustrated by slides
military value. A plane, built accord- showing some of the work being car-
ing to Professor Stalker's design, will ried on at the Falls.
be delivered to the government some- With Engineering Open House less
WithEngneeingOpesHoseeres
time this summer. than three weeks away, the society
Four freshmen members of the will spend considerable time discus-
"Stump Speakers' Society" will hold sing their part in the program, Stek-
a debate with four coeds from Mich- etee said. Included in their plans are
igan State Normal today in Ypsilanti. several exhibits, and guided tours
The topic will be, "Resolved: That through the department.
the Nations of the Western Hemis-
phere Should Form a More Prominent ROSS N. Stevens
The University squad, which will S t Gld rCu
uphold the affirmative of the ques- S
tion, will comprise Harmon Stern- Soaring Record
gold, '44E, Carl Frederickson, '44Eo
Robert Dangl, '44E, and Wesley Miles,
'44E. The best record in a soaring flight
Among the arguments which will ever made by any member of the
be used will be the importance of University of Michigan Glider Club
3 united hemisphere in preventing at the Triangle Glider Port on Ply-
foreign influences in the South Amer- mouth Road was made Sunday by
ican countries and the significance Ross N. Stevens, Jr., '42E, secretary of
of such a move in helping trade re- 'the club.
lations. The strength and cost of a It was the first soaring flight of
military unit representing the entire the year, and Stevens kept the club's
Western Hemisphere will also be con- Franklin Utility Glider in the air
sidered. eight minute.aintaini, b a

Stalker To Talk ASCE Group

(Continued from Page 5)
French Lecture: Professor E. L.
Adams will give the third lecture onA
the Cercle Francais program: "Une
Vieille Institution Francaise," Wed-
nesday, March 12, at 4:15 p.m., Room
103, Romance Language Building.r
.Tickets for the series of lectures may.
be procured at the door.
Public Lecture: Ben East, Outdoor1
Editor of The Ann Arbor News andf
Booth Publications, will lecture on1
the subject, "Islands of the Inland1
Seas" (illustrated) under the auspices,
of the Department of Geography at
8:15 p.m. on Thursday, March 13,
in the Hill Auditorium. The public
is cordially invited.
Events Today
Botanical Journal Club tonight at
7:30 in Room N.S. 1139. Reports by :
Robert Lovell: The Effect of the
Soil Microbes on Pathogen-ic Bac-
teria._
Martha Springer: Symbiotic Prom-
iscuity in the Leguminosae.
Howard Fiedler: Occurrence of Rhi-
zobium Meliloti Bacteriophage in
Soils.
Rosamond Griggs: Nitrogen Fixa-
tion by Azotobacter Chroococcum in
the Prescence of Soil Protozoa.
Mathematics Club will meet to-
night at 8:00 in the West Conference
Room of the Rackham Building. Dr.
W. Kaplan will speak on "Regular
Curve-Families Filling the Plane."
Junior Mathematical Society will
meet tonight at 8 o'clock in 3201 A.H.
Mr. Wadey will demonstrate some of
the mathematical instruments, in-
cluding the planineter and the inte-
graph.
German Club will meet this eve-
ning at 7:30 in the League. Philip
Diamond of the German department
will present a program of German
records. Refreshments.
Sigma Rho Tau will hold its regu-
tar meeting tonight at 7:30 in the
Union. Prof. Stalker will speak on
'A New Helicopter." All new en-
gineering students are invited.
Graduate Luncheon for Chemical
and Metallurgical Engineers: Profes-
sor Carl D. LaRue of the Department,
of Botany will speak at the Graduate'
Luncheon of the Department of
Chemical and Metallurgical Engin-
eering today in Room 3201 East En-
gineering Building. His subject will
be, "Rubber Possibilities in Central
and South America," and he will give
some of the results of the investiga-
tions which he las made in those
countries in the last few months.
The Polish Engineers' Society will
meet tonight at 7:30 at the Union;
room number will be posted on the
bulletin board. Elections for the new-
ly organized Polonia Club will be held
All members and other interested
Polish students are urged to be pres-
ent.
one to four minutes and averaged
about two minutes. Samuel E. Em-
mons, '44E, Tom Emmons, a Uni-
versity High School student, Joseph
F. Marshall, '44E, Don Kenebel, '44E,
Joseph Joseph, '44E, and Robert Ka-
surin, '44E, participated in several'
training flights.

Harris Hall: Tea will be served this
afternoon from 4:00 to 5:30. Epis-
copal students and friends are in-
vited.
Christian Science Organization will
meet tonight at 8:15 in the Chapel
of the Michigan League.
Seminar in Religious Music: Mr.
Leonard S. Gregory, of the School of
Music, will conduct the Seminar on
the religious music of Johann Se-
bastian Bach this afternoon, at 4:15
in Lane Hall. Recordings of Bach's
music will illustrate the talk and will
also be available for use in the Music
Room at any time. The Seminar is
open to the public.
Social Service Seminar: Miss Ger-
(-[rude Roser of the Department of
Special Education, Michigan State
Normal, will talk on "Care of the
Feebleminded" at the extra-curricu-
lar social service seminar at Lane,
Hall this evening from 7:30 to 8:30.
The seminar is open to the public.
Great Vespers: Professor Palmer
Christian will meet those who are to
sing in the "Great Vespers," planned
for March 27, at the School of Music
Auditorium today at 4:15 p.m.
It is necessary that all persons
named by the fraternities and the
sororities be present at this meeting.
We thank you.
Faculty Women's Club: The Play-
reading Section will meet today at
2:15 p.m. in the Mary B. Henderson
Room of the Michigan League. f
Michigan Dames: Regular meet-
ing tonight in the Lounge of the
Rackham Bldg. at 8:00 p.m.
J.G.P. Program Committee will meet
today at 4:45 p.m. in League. Room
posted on bulletin board.
J.G.P. Finance Committee meeting
today at 5:00 p.m. in League. Roomj
posted on bulletin board.
J.G.P. Properties Committee will
meet today at 5:00 p.m. in League.
Room listed on bulletin board.
Coming Events
The Slavic Society will meet on
Wednesday, March 12, at 8:00 p.m.
at the International Center. All
members are urged to attend. There
will be a surprise as a special feature
of the evening.
International Center: 1. Portuguese

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Classes: The following schedule has
been set up or the classes in Portu-
guese. No further changes will be
made this semester, and no further
registrations are possible.
1. Advanced students, 7 to 8 p.m.,
Tuesdays and Thursdays.
2. Intermediate students, 8 to 9
p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays.
3. Beginningstudents, 9 to 16 p.m.,
Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Cards have been mailed to all stu-
dents already registered for this work
indicating their classification.
2. Program of Recorded. Music:
Wednesday, March 12, from 7:30 to
9 p.m. in the Lounge of the Center,
the program of recorded music will
present Beethoven's Violin Concerto,
and Brahm's Piano Quintet. Mr.
Ivor Schilansky will provide the in-
terpretive comment on the program.
Anyone interested is welcome.
3. Round Table on Educational R6.
search: Wednesday, March 12, at 8:30
p.m. The first in a series of round-
table discussions of educational re-
search being done by our students
from various countries in preparation
of their doctor's theses will be held
in the Center, Room No. 18. Mr.
Deogracias Borlongan, whose thesis
is just completed and has been ac-
cepted, will present resumee of his
results. His thesis is on "The Signi-
ficance of the Choice of Subjects
Madenby Seniors inthe Philippine
High Schools." Mr. Borlongan is
from the faculty of the University
of the Philippines. The round-table
will assemble at 8:30 at the inter-
mission in the regular concert of re-
corded music announced above.
Graduate Students of All Colleges:
An informal dance for graduate stu-
dents will be held in the Rackham
Building on Saturday, March 15, at
9:00 p.m. A small admission charge
will be made and refreshments will,
be served.
Motion Pictures: "Approved by the
Underwriters," the story of protection
of life from fire, accident and crime,
will be presented Wednesday, March
12, at 4:45 p.m. in the Rackham
Amphitheatre by Alpha Chi Sigma.
The public is cordially invited.
Harris Hall: Holy Communion will
be celebrated Wednesday at 7:30 a.m.
in the Bishop Williams Memorial
Chapel, Harris Hall.
Harris Hall: A Lenten Lunch will
be served for all Episcopal students
and their friends Wednesday from
-12:00 to 1:00 in Harris Hall. Pro--
ceeds go to the Student Lenten Pro-
ject.

of
Collection To Be Shown ab
The Neville Collection of CeramicsA.
and Bronzes from Siam is being a
shown daily in the Rackham Building an(
from two to five p.m., in conjunction ler
with an exhibit of ancient Chinese
mirrors.
Also being shown are the stelae
from Kom Abu Billa from the Uni-
versity's excavation in Egypt.
The three exhibits will close March 1
15.

51 111lA, Iali g glv U 1eili
600 feet after being towed up to
out 750 feet. Both Stevens and Fred
Tietzel, '43E, had six winch tows
rying from 750-850 feet in height
d from two to eight minutes in
ngth. All other flights varied from

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- Here's news
worthyof a
five-star final.
Spring is coming - so now 'is
the time to get your wardrobe
going. Ann Arbor merchants
have a complete stock of
spring clothing on hand. For
style information look for the
Daily supplement on Wednes-
day, March 12.
Follow the fashions
wAith~

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