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T-HE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1941

Technic Editors,
Will Be Named
A Dinner Today
fn ne School Publication
To Feature Interview
Wih Gov. Van Wagoner
Michigan's official College of En-
gineering publication, The Technic,
will hold its annual appointments
banquet at 6:15 p.m. today in the
Union, at which time next year's ed-
itor, managing editor, editorial direc-
tor and business manager will be
named.
Selections will also, be announced
for members of the articles, features,
publication, illustrations, photogra-
phy, advertising, circulation and ac-
counts staff.
Presiding at the banquet will be
this year's four senior editors, George
W..Weesner, '41E, editor; Seymour
A. Furbush, '41E, managing editor;
Charles R. Tieman, '41E, editorial di-
rector, and Harold E. Britton, '41E,
business manager.
On Friday, March 28, the Technic
will publish a special edition, sup-
plementing its eight, regular issues,
which will serve as the official guide
to the Engineering Open House on
the 29.
The edition will be devoted ex-
clusively to the Open House, Banquet
and Alumni Reunion and will con-
tain, as a special feature, an exclusive
interview with Gov. Murray D. Van
Wagoner by Tieman.
InternAtiona1 Poster
Exhibit To Continue

Stowe Will Tell Experiences
hin Lecture Here Tomorron

DAILY

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Take a poll among newspaper men
for the ace correspondent of World
War II and the result would show
the name of Leland Stowe heading the
list. For it was Stowe who scooped
the world with the inside story of.
the bloodless conquest of Norway by
the Nazi forces.
This famous correspondent will ap-
pear here tomorrow night in Hill
Anditorium as the eighth speaker in
the current Oratorical Association
Lecture Series and will tell some of
his amazing experiences while cover-
ing the several war fronts on the Eur-
opean continent.
In addition to his remarkable story
on the inside job in Norway, Stowe
has written eloquent dispatches of
Bowers Tells
Second Round
Debate Results I
Results of the second round of
men's intramural debates were an-
nounced yesterday by R. Ervin Bow-
ers, '41, director of the program.
Leroy Contie, '42, and William
Reed, '43, of Sigma Phi Epsilon de-
feated Gordon Andrews, '42, andl
Chuck Esler, '41, on the question that
all fit male citizens should serve
one year of service before they reach
21 years of age.
Alpha Nu represented by Merle
Webb, '41, and William Planke, '42.
defeated the Kappa Sigma team of
Eric Horst, '44, and Robert Schultze,
'44.

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with the Greek armies all winter, (Continued from Page 4) ky, Violinist, will assist Palmer Amphitheatre, "City Planning in
constantly covering the war fronts as -- - - Christian, University Organist, in ar Mexico."
well as the diplomatic fronts. for positions in personnel administra- Organ Recital at 4:15 p.m. today in_
Received Pulitzer Prize tjon. Hill Auditorium. The program will Ldand Stowe lecture tickets may
Stowe was awarded the Pulitzer Further information on file at the be open to the general public and ,e purchased today and Thursday at
Prize in 1930 for his coverage of the Bureau of Appointments and Occu- will be based on the works of Eng- the box office, Hill Auditorium. Mr.
Paris Reparations Conference and is pational Inforation, 201 Mason Hall. lish composers. Stowe, noted foreign correspondent,
being touted for the 1940 prize. Last Office hours: 9-12 and 2-4. has recently returned from the Bal-
year, when applying for a job as cor- --- Exhibitions kans and will speak Thursday eve-
respondent, he was told that he was The University Bureau of Appoint- ning on the subject "Hitler Over
"too old to cover a war;" but the ments and Occupational Infbrmation Exhibtions:n Te li sei Europe." Patrons of the Oratorical
40-year-old reporter came back to has received notice of the following ions will be open at the hours stated Association Lecture Series are re-
show the world he still had the stuff United States Civil Service examina- . quested to use the tickets issued for
which had made him famous. tions. Last date for filing applica- T eics a eBrnzes from Siam. November 5 for admission.
The Neville Collection.
Thursday night Stowe will tell his tion is noted in each case. Stelae from Kom Abu Billu. From
stories of the juggernaut in Finland, Supervisor of Education, $3,200, the University's excavation in Egypt Lecture: "Roads Leading North,"
the treachery in Norway, the intrigue April 17, 1941. . Ancient Chinese Bronze Mirrors. an illustrated lecture oii express high-
in the Balkans and the Fascist fold- Assistant Supervisor of Education'fMarch 17-21, 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. ways, will be given by Mr. G. K. Gra-
up in Albania. He tells of the gallant $2,600, April 17, 1941. March 22, 2-5 p.m. velle of the State Highway Depart-
Greeks and their ditty about ldriving TeacheY of Industrial Arts, $1,800, 1March ment on tonight at 7:30 at the Michi-
Benito into the sea, sung on all oc- 'April 17, 1941. gan Union. Open to the public.
casions to the tune of "The Wood- Teacher of Remedial Reading, $1,- Modern Posters in Alumni Memorial
pecker Song." 800, April 17, 1941. . Hall afternoons, 2-5, through March
Proud Of Allies Senior 'Laboratory Mechanic (Fuel 24, under the auspices of the Ann!Eens oday
"I hope someday I shall be as proud Rating), $2,000, April 17, 1941. Arbor Art Association and the Insti- The Research Club will meet in the
of the American people as I am of the Laboratory Mechanic (Fuel Rat- tute of Fme Arts. Rackham Amphitheatre tonight at
British, the Greeks and the Finns," ing) $1,800, April 17, 1941. 8:00. The papers to be read are:
said Stowe recently in an interviewi Assistant Laboratory Mechanic Javanese and Balinese textiles from "Some Ancient Letters" by Professor
He has always been a severe critic of (Fuel Rating), $1,620, April 17, 1941. I the collection of ,Professor and Mrs. John G. Winter, and "Volume and
England's diplomatic didoes. Principal Meteorologist, $5,600, De- I Everett S. Brown are on exhibition Refraction of Light as Tools in Atomic
cember 31, 1941. in the display cases, main floor cor- Research" by Professor Kasimir Fa-
He has beenin month ick of the Senior Meteorologist, $4,600, De- ridor, 'Architecture Building, March jans.
war for seventeen months, on many cember 31, 1941. 10-27. ; fans.
fronts and in many countries where Meteorolgist, $3,800, December 31,
only the most experienced can find Alpha Phi Omega will have a closed
their way around. With almost un- Associate Meteorologist, $3,200, De- meeting tonight in the Michigan
canny penetration, he has unraveled cember 31, 1941. University Lecture: George H. Sa- Union. All pledges will meet at 7:30;
many economic and diplomatic Assistant Meteorologist, $2,600, De- bine, Professor of Philosophy, The actives at 8:00.
snarls, sometimes sensing exactly cember 31, 1941. Sage School of Philosophy, Cornell!
where the TNT is stored. Complete announcement on file at University, will lecture on the subject Senior Education Student-Faculty
'the Bureau of Appointments and Oc- of "Objectivity and Social Studies" Committee meeting tonight at 8:15 in
cupational Information, 201 Mason under the auspices of the Depart- the Union. Room number will be
W ' IHall. Office hours: 9-12 and 2-4. ment of Philosophy at 4:15 p.m. on posted.

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in the League. The room number
will be posted. Anyone unable to at-
tend call Phyllis Waters, 2-2547.
Wesley Foundation: Student Tea,
4:00-5:30 p.m., today in the Wesley
Foundation Lounge. Students from
other countries are especially invited,
and all Methodist students and their
friends are invited to come and greet
these guests.
Coming Events
A.I.E.E.: The next meeting will be
Thursday, March 20, at the Michigan
Union at 8:00 p.m. Prof. J. S. Gault
will speak on "The Induction Motor
and Rotorbar Currents." Since this
is the last meeting before the engin-
eering "Open House," it is imperative
that every member attend.
Men's Physical Education Club will
meet on Thursday, March 20 at 7:30
p.m. at the Union. Mr. Harold Brown
will speak on his physical education
experiences in China.
Phi Delta Kappa coffee hour at
4:15 p.m., Thursday, March 20, in
the West Conference Room, Rack-
Sam Building. Prof. Arthur B.
Moehlman will act as discussion
starter.
Classical Students: The meeting of
Phi Tau Alpha, announced for Thurs-
day, March 20, has been postponed,
on account of the Leland Stowe lec-
ture, until Thursday, March 27. Please
continue to submit questions until
Tuesday, March 25. The meeting will
not' change as toitime or place.
The League House Group wil, meet
Thursday, March 20, at 4:30 p.m. in
the League. Election of officers for
next semester will take place. Each
House should be represented.
Ann Arbor Independents will meet
Thursday, March 20, at 4:45 p.m. in
the League. All members urged to
attend as elections for the coming
year will take place.
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Exhibited under the auspices of
the Ann Arbor Art Association, "A
History of the Modern Poster" will
continue its showing at Alumni Me-
morial Hall. It will be open today
from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., and all Univer-
sity students are admitted without
charge.
The exl2ibitioh, a collection of pos-
ter art work from Germany, England.
France, the United States and other
countries, includes posters by such
famous artists as Toulous-Latrec,
Kauffer, and Cassandre.
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DIRECTORY
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Dave Spiro, '42, and Harry Scha-ds
grin, '42, of Sigma Alpha Mu de- d o r m s
Teated the Wenley House team com-n
posed of Phil Harder and John Mc- --
Intyre, '42L. Another team repre-#By GLORIA NISHON
senting Wenley House also lost a de- By GORIA N erON
bnate to Alpha Nu's two-man squad Two honors dinners were on theI
bateto lph Nus to-mn suaddorm calendar this week. Jordan
of John Manikoff, '42, and Elmerdomclnathswe.orn
Radka, '42. Hall held one yesterday and the
Ra Beta Tau's team of Stan Win- IEast Quad will honor its bright
kleman, '43, and Ed Grossberg, 4 boys today. There were 33 fellows
won a decision over Jack Gordon, '43, in the Quad who received averages
and Joe Koplan of Phi Epsilon Pi. of 3.5 or over-quite a good per-
centage we'd say-in the three
Clarence Carlson, '44, and Bernard ! etgIedsyi h he
I undergraduate houses . -. .
K(rohn, '43, fromh Allen-Rumsey Iudrrdaehue
House won their debate with Roch- Dean Joseph Bursley, Assistant'
;ale Cooperative House team of Ber- Dean Alfred Lovell, Assistant Dean

The University of Michigan Bureau
of Appointments and Occupational
Information has received notice of an
open competitive examination to be
held soon for:
1. License as teacher of classes for
the deaf and hard of hearing in the
School for the Deaf (Manhattan.)
Salary range $2,040-$3,830.
2. Assistant Director of classes for
children with retarded mental de-
velopment. Requirements: equiva-
lent of Master's degree, thirty hours
of graduate work in special edu-
cation of mentally handicapped chil-
dren, six years experience with men-
tally handicapped children. Salary
range $3,800 to $4,800. Applicants
will have until September 1, 1941, to
meet the eligibility requirements.
Further information may be secured

Friday, March 21, in the Rackham
Amphitheatre. The public is cordially Graduate Education Club: A meet-
invited. ing of all graduate students in the
Department of Education will be held
University Lecture: Paul S. Martin. tody at 4:15 p.m. in the Library of
Chief Curator of the Department of the University Elementary School.
Anthropology of the Field /Museum
of Natural History, Chicago, will lee- Hobby Lobby: There will be a re-
ture on the subject, "Archeology of organization meeting for all people
the Southwest" (illus.J under the interested in handcrafts today at
j auspices of the Department of An- 4:30 p.m. in the W.A.B. If interested
thropology on Thursday, March 27, J'ut unable to attend, call Elizabeth
at 4:15 p.m. in the Rackham Amphi- Mahlman (5558 Stockwell).
theatre. The public is cordially in-' _
Svited. Much Ado About Nothing: Pre-
Lectures: There will be lectures, isented by Play Production of the De-
consultation and criticism by Senor partment of Speech tonight through
Cos .ontad Citim an norgSaturday night and Saturday n atinee
CaronslCntr exaso City Planningra in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Cois"utant, Mexo C a FBox o ffie open at 10:00 a.m. Phone
District, as follows: 6300 or reservations.
Today: 9:00 a.m. Consultation and' __

nard Larner, '44, and Robert Solo- E
mon, '42.
A Zeta Beta Tau team of Jack Co-,
hcn '12 and James Wolff, '43, won

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408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or of Louis Fog
2-14le 14c sil, '41.
After the
TYPIST. Experienced. L. M. Hey-'the eliminati
wood, 414 Maynard St. Phone 5689. which the wv
27c peting teams
SILA STEIN-Experienced legal ners and run
typit, also mimeographing. Notary the Burr-Pa
puhc. Phone 6327. 706 Oakland, at the speec
held in April
TYPING ~ and duplicating service.
Jorotny Testa, M.A., 625 East Lib- A
erty (at State), Rm. 1. 2-1835. Re-J
ports, theses, dissertations, briefs.
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h the Independent team
'el, '43, and Robert Pra-
third round of debates,
on contest will be held in
inners of the nine com-
will take part. The win-
aners-up will be awarded
tterson Debate Trophies
h honors banquet to be
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Erich Walter, Prof. Karl Litzenberg, at the Bureau, 201 Mason Hall. Office CriticismG
Prof., Carl Brandt, Prof. A. D. Mooreh.s, 9-12, 2-4 4:10 p.m. Architectural College, Wonen's Glee Club rehearsal to-
and Prof. Arthur Van Duren were I "Painting and Sculpture in Mexico." night at 7:15 in the Kalamazoo
honored guests. The last four were Thursday, March 20: 9:00 a.m. Ad- Room, League. Bring any music you
present in their capacities as Direc- A cademnic Notices dress Landscape Architectural Stu- have.
tor of Residence Halls, Chairman of dents, "School and Playgrounds in -_
the Board of Governors of Residence Chemical and Metallurgical Engin- Mexico." 1 Music Comittee, including Singing
Halls, chief mentor of the Engineer- eering Seminar for graduate students' 4:15 p.m. Public Lecture, Rackham Chorus, will meet today at 4:00 p.m.
ing School and Chairman of the today at 4:00 p.m. in Room 3201 E.
Academic Counselors of the Lit Eng. Bldg. Mr. R. F. Hazelton will
School. speak on "Condensation of Vapor

YOUR BATE*...*
and you will enjoy a
home-cooked meal at the
UNIVERSITY GRILL
Two Floors 615 E. William

Two radio dances also appeared x
on the calendar-one at Helen New- -~~~~
berry this coming Saturday from Seminar in Physical Chemistry will

Officers

3e Inducted

TAILORED suits .nd' coats, custom
made. Day time, evening gowns
made and remodeled. Phone 3468.
24c
MISCELLANEOUS-20
ITHESIS BINDING-Mimeographing.
Brumfield & Brumfield, 308 S.
State. 19c
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL--
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company. phone
7112. 5c
.- -
COLLEGE BEAUTY SHOP-Match
special. Regular $6 Eugene Super
Permanents, $2.50. Phone 2-2813.
Open evenings. 309
TRANSPORTATION- 21
H. B. GODFREY
MOVING - STORAGE - PACKING
Local and Long Distance Moving.
410 N. Fourth Ave. Phone 6297
29c
LAUNDERING
LAUNDRY-2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 3c
STUDENT LAUNDRY-Special stu-
dent rates. Moe Laundry, 226
South First St. Phone 3916. 10c
LOST and FOUND
LOST-Gold Class Ring, Corning
Free Academy, 1939. Initials G.J.N.
Reward. Call 2-4068. 310

Prof. Gault Will Address
Engineers At Meeting
Inducting the officers elected at
their last meeting, members of the
University student section of the
American Institute of Electrical En-
gineers will hold a regular meeting
at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the Union.
Prof. J. S. Gault, faculty adviser
to the organization, will be the speak-
er of the evening, addressing the
group on the subject, "Rotor-Bar
Currents in Squirrel Cage Induction
Motors."
As this meeting will be the last one
before the Engineering Open House
program on March 29, final plans for
that event are to be made at this
meeting, George D. Gotschall, '42E,
president-elect of the society, an-
:ounced.
Like other student engineering
societies, the AIEE has been given
full charge of exhibits for the elec-
trical engineering department, and
students will be selected to work on
the exhibits at this meeting.
Further. business will concern plans
for the annual AIEE banquet, which
'is now scheduled for April 1.
Law Professor in Cuba
Prof. Hessel E. Yntema of the Uni-
versity law school faculty is attending
the convention of the Inter-Ameri-
can Bar Association which opens its
sessions today in Havana, Cuba.

9-12 and one at Martha Cook the
same night . . . Ellen Fleischmann,
'42, is in charge of the proceedings
at Cook . .
Mrs. Henry Carter Adams gave
the third in a series of buffet sup-
pers Sunday evening at her home
honoring residents of Adams House
in the West Quadrangle. Prof.
Henry Carter Adams, Jr., son of
Mrs. Adams and the late Henry
Carter Adams for whom Adams
House was named, entertained the
men with accounts of his travels in
China and Mrs. Adams displayed

Concerts
Organ Recital: Wassily Besekir-
Con gress Delegatolio
Visits Independents
On Lansing Campus

meet today in room
I Building at 4:15 p.m.
Gillette will talk on
of Simple Particles."

410 Chemistry
Professor R. H.
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her collection of oriental art. I Seven members of Congress, Id-
Mosher and Jordan will hold facul- pendent Men's Association, traveled
ty dinners Thursday. At Mosher the to Lansing over the weekend to dis-
following members of the faculty will cuss plans for two non-fraternal ,on-
be included among the guests: D. 'entions and to make a study of both
and Mrs. Karl Litzenberg, Dr. and the men's and women's independent
Mrs. Byron Soule, Dr. and Mrs. Robert groups at Michigan State.
Angell and Prof. and Mrs. Bruno William H. Rockwell, '41, president,
Meinecke. Jordan will entertain who headed the delegation to State,
among others Prof. and Mrs. Michael announced yesterday that arrange-
Pargment, Prof. and Mrs. Hirsch ments had been completed for the
Hootkins and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas formation of an all-Michigan contin-
Hart . . . gent to the National Independent's
Convention on March 28 and 29 at
To wind up the news, Stockwell the University of Texas in Austin.
will have a tea dance today from Rockwell announced yesterday that
4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Greene Ross Levin, '42E, had been appointed
and Hinsdale Houses in the E. to assist Albert P. Blaustein, '42, in
Quad will exchange meal tickets the post of assistant activities direc-
with the Tri Delts also tomorrow. tor of the organization.
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