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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, INIARCH 16, 1941

PAGE TWO SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 19~1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Traditional Ball
Will Take Place
Graduation Eve
Committee Will Sponsor
Theme Of 'Last Fling'
Theme Of 'Last Fling'
Bowing to tradition, Michigan's
seniors will hold their last under-
graduate fling, the Senior Ball, on
the night before their graduation,
Friday, June 20.
Because no definite theme has as
yet been selected, the dance commit-
tee, headed by Hubert Weidman, '41,
is sponsoring a contest with a free
ticket to the annual affair as the
prize for the best theme idea.
Last year's Ball was held in the
Intramural Building with Glenn
Miller and his orchestra furnishing
the music.
Assisting Weidman on the central
committee are William Elmer, '41,
chairman of the publicity commit-
tee, who will be assisted by Robert
Buritz, '41E; decorations chairman
Paul Rogers, '41A, and Helen Bohn-
sack, '41; and patrons chairman Lee
Keller, '41, and Catherine McDer-
mott, '41SM.
Others on the committee include
George Nadler, '41, programs; Wil-
liam Volmer, '41E, building; Fred
Dannenfelser, '41E, music; Herb Bro-
gan, '41Ed, tickets; James Lau,
'41F&C, secretarial and finance, and
Dorothy Carter, '41SN, project.
Debaters Enter
Third Section
Of Tourney
Third round of men's intramural ,
debates on military service for this
week was announced yesterday by
R. Ervin Bowers, '41, student direc-
tor.
Sigma Phi Epsilon will oppose the
second Kappa Sigma team and the
third Fletcher Hall team will meet
Lambda Chi. The Kappa Sigma first
team will argue the proposition with
the Delta Tau Delta two-man team.
The second Alpha Nu team will op-
pose the first Allen-Rumsey house
twosome. Theta Chi will meet Sigma
Alpha Mu. The second Wenley House
team will engage in an intra-house
contest with the fourth Wenley
House team.
Pi Lambda Phi will meet the sec-
ond Alpha Nu team, while the first
Wenley House team will debate Ty-
ler House. Hale Champion, '44, and
George Sallade, '43, will comprise the
team which will oppose Phi Epsilon
Pi.
Zeta Beta Tau will meet the third
Wenley team and the second Inde-
pendent team will argue with Roch-
dale Cooperative House.
Allen Rumsey will meet Sigma
Nu; Zeta Beta Tau will oppose
Fletcher Hall. Sigma Alpha Mu will
meet the fourth independent team.
The tournament is under the aus-
pices of the Union and Delta Sigma
Rho, national honorary forensic
group.

Handshake, But No Agreement

Birkhoff Cites

'Esian Keynote Will Be Modernism

gL With the first batch of copy already
TI 1at the printer's, The 1941 Michigan-
M ath Pr-oblem ensian, campus yearbook, is rapidly
nearing its publication date. When
the book will be available for dis-
"It is an interesting, purely math- tribution, editor-in-chief Charles
ematical problem to determine just Samuel, '41, refuses to reveal, but, he
what kinds of drawings can be made says, it will be out earlier than it
by means of uniform, indefinitely was last year.
Modernism-in makeup and con-
extended straight lines," declared tent-is to be the keynote of this
Professor George Birkhoff of Harvard year's 'Ensian, according to Samuel.
University in an address yesterday "We aren't calling it the book of the
to the mathematics section of the future," he declared, "but it will be
Michigan Academy of Arts, Sciences, the book of the present."
n ticheganL ettrs.The art work, especially that sep-
and the Letters. arating various departments, will be
Professor Birkhoff divided this pro- almost surrealistic, but not, Samuels
bcm into three phases: figures drawn emphasized, so surrealistic that it is
without any erasure; and figures incomprehensible. Margaret Whitte-
drawn witll a single uniform erasure. more, '41, has been in charge of art
Practically any drawing can be re- work, which has employed much of
pm'oduced if only rectilinear erasures the vignette effect.
are allowed, he said. Portraits of Modern Layout, Makeup
Adolf Hitler and President Roosevelt, "We have been able to work out new
drawn only through the use of these pages makeup, consistently modern,
straight lines, have been published in through the innovation of a specific
a national photographic magazine. layout department headed by Robert
Professor Birkhoff answered this Nickle, '42," Samuel explained.
problem fully by reducing it to a Natural color photography, intro-
simpler problem solved by the cele- duced in last year's 'Ensian, will be
brated Norwegian mathematician, 1 included in this year's book, but
Abel, in 1828. there will be added pages, making
four in all. The League, the law
quad, and a shot of the diagonal from
Hiilman Asks Settlement the Engine Arch will all be shown in
WASHINGTON, March 15.-P)-_ natural color. "All the photographs
-.--
Sidney Hillman wired striking work- ven the usual high stand
ers today at the Vanadium Steel
Company's Bridgeville, Pa., plant to- YOUR E .1. .
day, urging them to accept a pro- and you will enjoy a
- posed settlement advanced by the home-cooked meal at the
s Office of Production Management 'U I n x GItI1,1
1 and not "hamper" the defense pro- Two Floors 615 E Wiliam
gram.

ards of the book," Samuel said. Four tial candidates, taken by student
hundred pictures taken by student photographers, as well as other side-
photographers will run, besides those lights on the election.
taken by professional photographers. - Along with the pictures of the
Campus Chronology campus today, the 'Ensian staff was
A new edition of the campus life able to borrow several scenes .rom
section will feature activities of the the Archives, showing the University
year in chronological order, a cal- as it was at the latter part of the
endar form. Shots from the big 19th and the beginning of the .20th
dances will be included along with Century. We tried particularly to
the other affairs occurring the same find scenes in which students ap-
month. The section for November peared, because the clothes are in
will contain pictures of the presiden- period," Samuel said.
Fun! Laughter!
HHilariousEnetim t
H .
SELSA MAXWvVE;LL
77 "AMERICA'S MISTRESS OF UNCEREMONIES"
SH il l Auditorium Tuesday, April I1st
Lr 8:15 P.M.
Prices: $1.00, 75c, 50c
r Mail Orders Taken Now By
r
r~MICHIGAN ALUMNAE CLUB - MICHIGAN LEAGUE

John L. Lewis (left), president of the United Mine Workers of
America (C10) shook hands with Charles O'Neill,' spokesman for the
soft-coal operators in the eight-state Appalachian area at a contract
conference in New York City. Operators rejected a Lewis proposal for
continuance of operations in the soft-coal industry if negotiations run
be- ond March 31, expiration date of the present agreement.
Scott Elected Head Of Academy

(Continued from Page 1)
down in literary history as a study
in frustration."
Prof. Nelson W. Eddy of the Ro-
mance Languages Department, in a
discussion of the famous contem-
porary Spanish author, Pio Baroja,
asserted that in terms of everyday
attitudes the Spaniard might pos-
sibly be called conservative. "How-
ever," Eddy continued, "if liberalism
is defined as belief in the value of
human personality, then he was cer-
tainly a liberal."
Eddy also pointed out that Baroja
never allowed personal prejudices
against the "middle class and aristo-
cracy's stupidities, or against the
Jew and Catholic priests to divert his
artist's brush from depicting plaus-
ible and psychologically interesting
figures."
In a fourth discussion before the
literature section, Prof. Jacques Sal.
van of Wayne University considerec
the influence of French romanticism
upon the poets of mid-Victorian Eng-
land. He declared that a certain
familiarity with the works of Alfred
de Musset was part of the formatior

of such Victorian
Swinburn, Rossetti,
Thompson.

Romantics
Mereditht

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You'll want to see it twice to get all the laughs .. . because they crowd each other
so fast you haven't finished one before the other beginsi ... If this isn't the funniest
picture ever released, it'll have to do until a funnier one comes along!

Zionist Group To Hear
Simon Shetzer Today
a
Simon Shetzer, president of the De-
troit Jewish Community Council and
an official of a national Zionist or-
ganization, will address Avukah, stu-
dent Zionist group, on the topic,
"The American Jewish Community,"
at 8 p.m. today in the Hillel Founda-
tion, Evelyn Sislin, Avukah presi-
dent, announced yesterday.
Long prominent in the Zionist
movement, Shetzer is a Michigan
graduate and is also a graduate of
Harvard Law School.

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