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PAm~ SIX

TlE MICHIGAN DAILY

fliiDAV, MtfftCli 11, 01.,

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ntieCampus

ill articipate

In 'Starvation Day' Drive

Students Urged
To Give Price
Of Meal Today
Donations To Be Accepted
In University Buildings,
Dormitories, Sororities
By ROSEBUD SCOTT
University students will be asked
to contribute the price of one meal
today in the Starvation Day Drive
to raise funds of students in war-
torn Europe and China.
Tables will be set up in various
University buildings to receive stu-
dent donations in small globes. Sor-
crities, fraternities, league houses,
dormitories, and cooperatives will
have special representatives assigned
to l collect student contributions.
The Starvation Day Drive is part
of the campaign of the World Stu-
dnt Service Fund to raise $100,000
to continue the work of the European
St:'dent Serice Fund in European
countries and of the Far Eastern
Student Service Fund in free China.
One-half of the fund will be sent to
the Far East and the other half to
E'jrope, where it will be distributed
in internment, prisoner-of-war and
refugee camps.
Money Sent To N.Y.
Money collected in the campus
drive will be sent directly to the non-
par:tisan committee of the World Stu-
dent Relief Fund in New York, head-
ed by Dr. Homer P. Rainey.I
In Europe the European Student
Relief Fund, a wartime combination
of the relief world of the World's
Student Christian Federation and
the International Student Service
with headquarters in Geneva will dis-
tribute funds. Headed by Hans
ocshardt, member of the Swiss
Polytechnic School of Zurich, the
committee administers relief through I
Werld Alliance of the YMCA, the
only organization approved by the
belligerent governments to work in
prisoner-of-war camps.
Chinese students in desperate need
of food and books will receive aid
through the National Student Relief
Committee headed in China by Dr.
J. Usang Ly, president of Chiao Tung
University. The funds will be han-
dled locally by 18 municipal com-
mittees.
Volunteers Support Fund
The World Student Service Fund
is supported by volunteer service
largely, Jean Fairfax, '41, general
chairman for the campus drive,
pointed out.
The drive aims to raise funds for;
food, books, and recreation equip-
ment to aid students driven from
universities and colleges by the war
who are faced with starvation or
confinement to camps for the dura-
tion of the war.
American money is at present a
ratio of one to 18 to Chinese money.
Therefore $10 will support a Chinese
student for an entire year. In Eur.
ope funds will be used mainly to send
books and supplies since food cannot
be sent to Europe.
The Campus Starvation Drive is
sponsored by Congress, the League
pouncil, the Union Council, Panhel-
lenic, the Student Religious Associa-
tion the .Intercooperative Council, I
Assembly, the Interfraternity Coun-
cil, the Inter-Guild Council, and The
Daily.

Price Of One Meal Food And Books For Foreign Students

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

(Contiued from Page 4)
Jeasure" under the auspices of the
Michigan Academy of Science, Arts,
2nd Letters at 4:15 p.m. today in the
_atural Science AuditoriumI The
public is cordially invited.
University Lecture: Ernesto Galar-
a, Chief of the Division of Labor
.tnd Social Irformation, Pan-Ameri-
;an Union, will lecture on the sub-
iect of "Economic and Social Effects
of the War on Inter-American Re-
,ations" under the auspices of the
Jniversity Committee on Defense
issues at 4:15 p.m. on Monday, March
17, in the Rackham Amphitheatre.
The public is cordially invited. I
University Lecture: George H. Sa-
bine, Professor of Philosophy, The
Sage School of Philosophy, Cornell
University, will lecture on the subject
of "Objectivity and Social Studies"
ander the auspices of the Depart-
ment of Philosophy at 4:15 p.m. on
Friday, March 21, in the Rackham
Amphitheatre. The public is cordially
invited.
Mathematical Association Lecture:
Dr. George D. Birkhoff, Perkins Pro-
fessor of Mathematics, Harvard Uni-
versity, will lecture on the subject,
"Uniforn\ Rectilinear Drawing," un-
der the auspices of the Michigan Sec-
tion of the Mathematical Association,

odist Church. Program of games,
stunts, refreshments, dancing. Small
charge. All Methodist students and
their friends are invited.
Harris Hall: Starvation Day tea
will be held this afternoon from 4:00
to 5:30. Episcopal students and
friends are invited.
Coning Events
The Research Club will meet in the
Rackham Amphitheatre Wednesday,
March 19, at 8:00 p.m. The papers
to be read are: "Some Ancient Let-
ters" by Professor John G. Winter,
and "Volume and Refraction of Light
as Tools in Atomic Research" by Pro-
fessor Kasimir Fajans.
German Table for Faculty leni-
bers will meet Monday at 12:10 p.m.
in the Founders' Room, Michigan
Union. Members of all departments
interested in German conversation
are cordially invited. There will be
a brief talk on "Ursula und die 11,000
Jungfrauen" by Mr. Ernst A. Philipp-
son.
Graduate Students and others in-
terested are invited to hear the broad-
cast of the Metropolitan Opera Com-
pany on Saturday afternoon in the
M/len's Lounge of the Rackham Build-
ing. The opera will be "Carmen."

to submit as many questions as pos-
sible before Saturday, March 15.
Sigma Xi: Dinner at Michigan
Union at 6:00 p.m. Saturday, March
15. Meeting at Rackham Amphi-
theatre at 8:00 p.m. Saturday, March
15, at which Dr. Edward Ellery, Na-
tional President, will discuss "Sigma
Xi Matters of National Importance"
on which Chapter counsel is needed
and desired.
The Suomi Club will meet Saturday
at . 8:00 p.m. at the International
Center. The meeting will be followed
by a coffee hour.
Table Tennis' Tournament cards
will be sent to one entry in each
house. Rounds one and two are to
be played by Wednesday, March 26.

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Acclaimed
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Co-eds-

of America and Mathematics See----
tion of the Michigan Academy of Classical Students: The next meet-
Science, Arts and Letters, at 2:15 ing of Phi Tau Alpha, Thursday,
p.m. on Saturday, March 15, in the March 20, will be the annual "Infor-
Amphitheatre of the Rackham Build- mation Please" program. Please leave
ing. The pubic is invited. questions immediately in Graduate
Reading Room 1 of the Library or in

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Events Today
I F.T.A. Meeting: There will be a meet-
ing in the University Elementary
School Library at 4:15 p.m. today,
sponsored by the Future Teachers of ,
America. Mr. Charles C. Fries of
the English department will speak
on "The PresenL--Day Currioulum."
Everyone interestcd in educational
problems is urged to attend. Member-
ships to this student organization
will be accepted at the meeting.
~_ Neville Collection of Siamese Pot-
tery: Gallery talk at the Exhibit in
the Mezzanine Galleries, Rackham
Building, by Mr. Plumer today at,
4:00 p.m.
Red Cross Senior Life Savers, Ex- 7
aminers, and Water Safety Instrue-
tors (male students only) interested --
Burnstein, in Water Safety Instructor's Course
'43. 4rpril 6 to 10, inclusive, should meet
ill be in Vlaurice Reizen at the Michigan Union
Frey. '41, at 4:00 p.m. today.

Angell Hall. Members are urged j
ROBCRTS

100 Students To Collect Donat
In Starvation .Day Drive Here Tot

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others at $2.00
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More than 100 students will collect
student contributions to the Starva-
tion Day drive on campus today in
University buildings, fraternities, so-
rorities, dormitories, league houses
and cooperatives.
Under the direction of Robert
Shedd, '42, the following students
have been assigned to 10 campus
posts.
Alumni Hall - 8 a.m., Virginia
Schwegler, '41; 9 a.m., Mary Lou
Reid, '44; 11 a.m., Betty Fariss, '41;
1 p.m., Mary Virginia Mitchell, '42;
2 p.m., Pedo Ortmeyer, '41.
Front of Angell I(all-8 a.m., Elea-
nor Williams, '42; 9 a.m., Beth Cow-
ing, '42; 10 a.m., Robert Reislirt, '44;
11 a.m., Bert Ludy, '42; 1 p.m., Vir-
ginia Drury, '42; 2 p.m., Mary Hay-
den, '42; 3 p.m., Sally Blair, Grad.,
4 p.m., Leroy Brooks.
University Hall - 8 a.m., George
Wills, '43; 9 a.m., Dorothy Brooks, '42;
10 a.m., Betty ,Guntly, '42; 11 a.m.,'
Ann Herzog, '42; 1 p.m., Betty Bai-
lie, '42; 2 p.m., Shirley Lay, '42; and
3 p.m., Betty Schumann, '41; 4 p.m.,
(Warren Laufee.
Front of Library - 8 a.m., Robert
Shedd, '42; 9 a.m.,-10 a.m., Dick Fish-
en; 11 a.m., Mary Neafie, '42; 1 p.m.,
Susan Adams, '42; 2 p.m., Charolette
Thompson, '43; 3 p.m., Norma
Schwartz, '44; 4 p.m., Richard Leo-
nardele.
Romance Languages - 8 a.m., Ro-
bert Steinberg, '43; 9 a.m., J. Holmes,
'43SM: 10 a.m., Dave Struffler, '44;
1 p.m., Helen Rigterink, '41, andI
2 p.m., Maxine Willianson, '42.
West Engine Building-8-11 a.m.,
Marvin Borman, '44; 11 a.m., Sam
Eastman, '44; 1 p.m., William Kling-
beil, '44; 2 p.m., Gerry Kevil, '44;
3 p.m., Gerald Lipnik, '44; 4 p.m.,
Dave Striffler, '44.
Union - 9 a.m., Robert Schwyn,
'44; 10 a.m., John Brackett, '44; 11
a.m., Al Sherman, '44, 12 noon, Mar-

garet Knight; 1 p.m., Lew Hoskins,
Grad., 2 p.m., Arlene Schumann;
4 p.m., Lonna Parker, '41.
League - 11 a.m., to 1 p.m., Jane
Baits, '42; 1 p.m., Elaine Roberts,
43; and 2 p.m., Marion Rickert.
West Medical Building - 8 a.m.,
David Margold, '42E; 9 a.m., Robert
Jones, '42E; 10 a.m., Elmer Hill, '42;
and 11 a.m., Gordon Andrew; 1 p.m.,
Art Rollin, '44. ,
East Quadrangle-12 noon, George
Wills, '43E.
West Quadrangle-12 noon, War-
refi Lauftee, '44; 5 p.m., Dave Red-
ner, '44E.
Welverine-12 noon, Robert Sibley,.
'42; 6 p.m., Geraldine Granfield, '42.
Lois Basse, '42, is in charge of
collection in sororities. She will be
assisted by 16 women:
Barbara McLaughlin, '43; Nancy
Gould, '43; Anna Jean Williams, '42;
Jean Manwaring, '42; Jean Crump,
'42; Syril Greene, '43; and Pat Mc-
Farlan will be in charge of their so-
rorities.i
Others assisting Miss Basse are
Charolette Thompson, '42; Dorothy
Davidson, '43; Betty Erdmann, '42;
Jane Graham, '43; Mary Lou Ewing,
'43; Mary Lou Curran, '43; Eleanor
Seldrappe, '43; and Helen Campbell,
'43.
The men's dormitories will be or-
ganized under the direction of Jack
Pelton, '44. John Middleton, '42, is
in charge of arrangerpients for men's
rooming houses. Women's league
houses will be supervised by Marion

Betsy Barbour; Martha Van Wagon-
er, Stockwell; Grace Volkman, '42, J.G.P. Music Committee will meet
Martha Cook; Jean Hamilton, '42, today at 4:00 p.m. for a rehearsal in
Jordan; and Helen Culley, '41, Helen the League. Room notice will be
Newberry, Carol Blosser, Couzens poted. All those who are unable to
Hall. attend must call Phyllis Waters;
Under the direction of Ed Freid, 2-2547, or be dropped from the com-
'41, the 12 cooperatives will be solicit- miittee.
ed. - - - "

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Westmnster Student Gild:

Th e

Dog Outsmarts Judge
CHICAGO, March 13.-(-P)-A man
and a woman came to the Fillmore
Street Court today, each claiming
possession of a dog.
It was decided, in the best Solonic
style, that, if the dog weretunleashed
he would proceed directly to his
rightful owner.
He was freed and, without a mo-
ment's hesitation, bounded into the
lap of . . .
The judge.

Class for University students, led by
Dr. Lemon, on "The Oldest Life of
Jesus" will meet this evening, 7:30-
8:30 p.m.
From 9:00 to 12:00 p.m. The
members of the Westminster Guild
will sponsor a joint party with the
Methodist student group at the Meth-
odist Student Center.
Wesley Foundation: Bible Class to-
night with Dr. Brashares in Room
214 at 7:30 p.m.
At 9:00 p.m. a party with the Pres-
byterian students at the First Meth-

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