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PACE SIR

TH- E.-.M--.I.-C.HIG--jV-N- DAILY

TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1941

PAGE SIX TUESPAY, MARCH 25, 1941 THE MICHIG4N DAILY

Litanies of Orthodox Church
I ave Been Arranged For Choir

Private J. M. Stewart, U.S. Army

The Latvian Singers, who will be
presented here Thursday in the Great
'Vespers, have sung the litanies of the
Greek Orthodox Church throughout
America, including an appearance in
the movie "Rasputin." Austris A.
Wihtol will direct the singers in their
hill Auditorium performance, which
will be sponsored jointly by Panhel-
lanic and Interfraternity Council.
* Prof. E. V. Moore, of the School of
Music attributes much of the growing
student interest in unaccompanied
choral music to Mr. Wihtol's compo-
sitions. "Austris A. Wihtol," he de-
clared, "has contributed hundreds of
Engine Group To Meet
Plans for Sigma Rho Tau's part in
the Engineering Open House and for
the group's annual conven~tion will
tbe discussed at a meeting of the local
"Stump Speakers' Society" chapter
at 7:30 p.m. today in the Union.

arrangements of traditional Russian
music for use not only in religious
services ,but also in the concert field
He is known throughout the coun-
try wherever a capella music is stud-
ied as one of the leaders in making
av aila ble to America portions of thi,
vast litrature.'
Two student choirs will accom-
pany the Latvian Singers Thursday
night in the presentation of the
Vespers, which will include "Pray-
er For The Nation" and "Prayer For
The Peace Of The Soul," two new
compositions by Mr. Wihtol.
AI UmniClb
Approves Talk,
(Continued from Page 1)
in a housing shortage, a shortage of
materials or a shortage of anything
else."
While the ;club has no power to
t3ke action on the matter, it devel-
oepd that at least one member, a
urgeon, had already taken up the
matter of exempting students with
the surgeon-general of the United
states, the writer disclosed. It is the
surgeon's contention that it is just
as necessary for the nation to train
surgeons to replace those killed in
action as it is to train soldiers, he
Ieported.
Co-op Interviews
To Be Given Today.

Elsa Maxwell Believes In Fun
And Champions Women's Rights
"A good party does not depend on uls. Although the cocktails are never
:noney," Elsa Maxwell, world's cham- scarce at her shindigs, the irrepres-
pion party thrower, once remarked, sible Elsa has discovered and put to
"-or on alcohol." good use the key to enjoyment which
This, in fact, is the sum total of has transformed staid society into a
'er 40 or 50 years' success at en- -ay merry-go-round.
ertaining European aristocracy, "America's Mistress of Unceremon-
VIanhattan socialites and movie mog- ies" who numbers among her inti-
mate friends "Barney" Baruch,
George Bernard Shaw and the Duke
Four students and Duchess of Windsor, has watched
them and a host of dignitaries hi-
oAttend M eet lariously lose their dignity in scramb-
ling for the prize in a treasure hunt
-her invention, by the way.,
A~nnuaal Co-op Convention The inimitable Elsa, who gives 'as
many as five big parties a year, bases
To Be At Austin, Texas her astounding success on freedom of
-xpression for her incongruous mix-
Four University of Michigan stu- tures of guests. Her formula is: "Ask
dents will leave Detroit this after- Ihe people you want to aslj but ought
noori to attend the annual conven- not to."
tion of the "National Independent On the serious side-oh yes, there
Students' Association at Austin, Tex. s one-vivacious Maxwell carries the
The delegation to the convention banner for women's rights. "Men
to be held Friday and Saturday on have made a mess of things for the
the campus at the University of Tex- last 2000 years," she )says. "Why not
as will be headed by William H. let women have a chance?" She be-
:tockwell, '41, president of Congress, moans the fact that women in her
Independent Men's Association. Oth- opinion haven't progressed since the l
r delegates include Elmer Hitt, '43, first female Pharoah drew up the
and Lewis Fogel, '42, of Congress' first trade treaty 3800 years ago. They
Rooming House Council, and P. David say that ,self-expression is the "open
Margold, '42, chairman 6f the Stu- sesame" to progress and La Max-
dent Welfare Committee of Congress. well believes that doctrine whole-
Congress is a member organization heartedly-and a big heart it is, too.
of the NISA, which now includes in- The friendly Maxwell lives by her
dependent students' organizations of credo: "I believe in laughter and hate
more than 40 colleges from California to see it go out of the world,"-and
to Cornell. There will also be a if appearanees mean anything, she
delegation at the convention from seems to be doing a good job.
Michigan State College.-
Each delegation was requested to Rev. Yoder To Speak
bring along a "duchess," or coed.
From these duchesses a queen will be Rev. H. 0. Yoder, pastor, of Trin-
ity Lutheran Church, will lead
,hosen. Congress' delegation will not the Lutheran Student Association's
have a duchess, Rockwell explained, weekly Bible Hours at 7:30 p.m. to-
:Four out of five, you know."day in the League. All Lutheran stu-
dents are cordially invite to attend.

new
dorms
By GLORIA NISHON
and DAVE LACHENBRJCH
Alumnae House had a novel party
last Wednesday-to celebrate an
eviction, of a sort. It was the sec-
ond anniversary of the fire that
tossed the girls out into another
dorm to live for five weeks ...
Millie June Janusch, '43, also an-
nounces that they will have a fac-
.ulty dinner there Thursday
JGP plays a part in the activities
in Mosher aild Stockwell this week.
Both dorms will serve special early
suppers Wednesday for members of
the cast living there, and we hear
that a very sweet surprise is being
planned for the juniors in Stockwell.
(For further information see your
astrologer). The seniors will be given
an opportunity to strut their stuff
in their caps and gowns at parties
after the show Wednesday.
Betsy, Barbour, too, will hold its
traditional program for the juniors
and seniors after JGP Wednesday,
They will be a little different, how-
ever, in that the freshmen under
the chairmanship of Marjorie
Lovejoy will offer entertainment
for the upper class women.
Tomorrow night Greene House will
hold its third counselor's dinner.
Eleven faculty guests have been invit-
ed.
Captain K. R. R. Houston of the
ROTC' was the guest of Wenley
House Sunday night at an informgal
discussion.

CLASSIFIED
DIRECTORY

FOR SALE
TAME BABY PARAKEETS make de-,
lightful, inexpensive pets. Also
canaries, bird foods and cages.1
562 So. 7th, Phone 5330. 3111
FOR. RENT
WILLING TO SHARE plenty of
gaiety-if you hurry. Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre-March 26th-
29th 25cI

Meet Private James Maitland Stewart, United States Army. Up to
March 22, 1941, he was better known as Jimmy Stewart, hailed as 1940's
best motion picture actor. On that date lie was indiicted into the army
as a selective service trainee for a year's duty. He's shown in his new
uniform at Fort MacArthur, Calif.
Only Ten Applicants To Get
Literary College Scholarships

F_ Interviews will be given those stu-
TAILORING & PRESSING-12 dents wishing to board at campus
cooperative houses for the remainder
STOCKWELL residents-Skilled al- of the semester at 7:30 p.m. today
terations promptly done. Just in Room 306 of the Union.
across the street. Phone 2-2678. All students interested in the low-
A. Graves. 20c 1cost, high-quality meals served at co-
Y;peratives are invited to apply at
TYPI NG -18 Room 306. Board prices range from
TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen, one dollar per week up. It is ad-
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 0r visable that students wishing to live
2-14.1 14c at a co-op next semester board at
______________________________one this semester.

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TYPIST. Experienced. L. M. Hey-{
wood, 414 Maynard St. Phone 5639.
27c{

Spanish Club To Meet

The presentation of Latin-Ameri-
VIOLA STEIN--Experienced legal can news and music will feature the
typist, also mimeographing..Notary meeting of La Sociedad Hispanica at
public. Phone 6327. 706 Oakland. 7:30 p.m. today in the League.
MISCELLANEOUS-20 The club will also hear a resolution
__read congratulating the cast of the
THESIS BINDING-Mimeographing. rcnt Spanish play, Puebla de las
Brumfield & Brumfield, 308 S. Mujeires. Conversation groups will
State. 1 3cconclude the meeting.
BEN THE TAILOR-More money for
Your clothes-good clothes for sale.
122 E. Washington. 1c ]DAILY OFFICIAL
EXPERT HOSIERY and garment re- BU LETIN
pair. Reasonable rates. Weave-Bac
Shop-Upstairs in Nickels Arcade. -~~~~~-
-WnUnued from Page 4)
WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL---
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles. 7:30 in the Bishop Williams Memorial
Killins Gravel Company. phone Chael,
7112. S p
TRANSPORTATION -- 21 e arris Hall: A Lenten Lunch will
__________________be served Wednesday from 12:00 to
WANTED-A ride to Miami spring 1:00. Proceeds will go to the Stu-
vacation-Will share expenses. Call dent Lenten Project.
Kane. 2-3241 from 1 to 3. 314,
The Slavic Society will meet Wed-
WANTED: Ride to New York City' nesday; March 26, at 7:30 p.m. at
spring vacation. Will share cx- the International Center. The meet-
penses. Call Joan Ferguson oi ing will be followed by folk dancing
Frances Boucher, 2-1454. 313 at 8:00 p.m. at the Michigan Union
H. B. GODFREY in Room 305.

Out of more than one hundred de- even a good number of those ignored
serving applicants who have submit- will have a similar standing."
ted petitions for general college "Because we have only a dribblet
scholarships only 15 or 16 will receive of funds to award, purely humani-
badl-neded elpto snd hemtarian motives become a secondary
badly-needed help to send them consideration and the most important
through the school. objective is to put the money to the
Dean Lloyd S. Woodburne, a mem- best possible use, Woodburne ex-
ber of the literary college scholarship plained.
committee disclosed yesterday that of Woodburne is a member of a spec-
alltheappicats nlyten or twentyj ial scholarship group working with
all the applicants only tnr wnythe Student Senate in a renewed
perhaps are not in desperate straits, temuetg n atumn sarhpe
but even scholarship to this smaller campaign for alumni scholarship
group would be a considerable aid, grants. Headed by Dr. Frank Rob-
he declared. bins, assistant to the President, the
Describing the calibre of most of group includes Dr. Arthur Van Duren,
Desribng he albreof ostofof the German department, and also
those seeking awards he said, "every- an academic counselor.
one who gets a scholarship will have T
about a Phi Beta Kappa rating, and The real danger of students earn-
- ing all their expenses by working
through school and at the same time
Pau1S M artin maintaining a Phl;1eta Kappa rank-
ing is that their health may break
down under the strain, he main-
To Speak Here!n
Looking at the situation from a
purely economic viewpoint, he de-
Archaeology of the Southwest will clared that it was not reasonable to
be the topic of a University lecture spend a large amount of money edu-
by Paul S. Martin, chief curator of eating a 'student and then have his
the Department of Anthropology of health fail so that e would have dif-
the Field Museum of Natural History ficulty applying that education. He
at Chicago, to be delivered at 4:15 cited two cases wh ere brilliant stu-
p.m. Thursday in the Rackham Am- dents contacted tuberculosis from
phitheatre, under the auspices of the overwork and had to go to Arizona.
anthropology department, Another importan factor which he
Mr. Martin, who once served at the felt made increased scholarships nec-
State Historical Museum of Colorado, essary was that many capable, in-
will describe his work in excavating telligent high school students were
two Basket Maker villages in 1939 prevented from entering the Univer-
in southwestern Colorado. sity in the first place because of in-
The Basket Makers, who were the adequate finances.
first agriculturalists of the South- "In a very real sense it is the duty
west, possessed a crude culture that of the state to provide the best edu-
eventually developed into the great cation for the best brains in the
Pueblo society of Chaco Canyon and state. At preseYr T- ge groups in this
influenced the Cliff Dwellers of Mesa class are being neglected," he assert-
Verde. ed.

Co-Op Groups
To Meet Here
Inter-Cooperative Group
Will Sponsor Parley
Continued from Page 1)
'ow, '42Bad, respectively as discussion
leaders.
"The Relation of the Cooperative
Method to the Community" will be
discussed at 3:30, emphasizing the
aspects of government subsidies, co-
>perative communities, and labor.
Tlarold Osterweil, '41, and two outside
speakers will be in charge. At 4 p.m.
there will be a panel discussion on
"The Rehtion of the Cooperative
Method to Expansion." Participating
will be Betty Guntley, '41, Jean Fair- i
fax, '42, and Joshua Doiashevitsky,
Grad.
Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. in
the cooperative houses and will be
followed by recreation, consisting of
folk and social dancing, songs, etc.
Sunday's meetings will include re-
ports and summaries from discussion
;croups, organization of the Michigan
'obperative Council, a discussion on
Careers in Consumer Cooperation by
David Sonquist, eminent Detroit co-
operative leader and a report from
he Joint Committee for the Circle
Sines Institute, a school of coopera-
;ien. The conference will be conclud-
d at 12:30 p.m. Sunday.
Coincidental with the convention,
all student cooperatives will hold op-
-n house for students and townspeo-
ple Saturday and Sunday.

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Brooches, Neckldces, Bracelets, and
Pendents in Sterling or Gold-Filled, set
with beautiful stones
INDIVIDUAL PIECES AS LOW AS 2.00
308 SOUTH STATE - Established 1904

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Local and Long Distance Moving.
410 N. Fourth' Ave. Phone 6297
29cI
LAUNDERING
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Careful work at low price. :3c
STUDENT LAUNDRY--Special stu-
dent rates. Moe Laundry, 226
South First St Phone 3916. 10c'

Karl Marx Society: A student
roundtable discussion on "The Evo,
lution of Capitalism" will be held
Wednesday, March 26, at 8:00 p.m.
in the Union. All faculty and stu-
dents are invited.
Hobby Lob'y will meet Wednesday
at 3:15 p.m. in the Women's Athletic
Building. Plans will be made for
spring work on leather and metal,

ICH ILOD.EO.N

_ ading, weaving, and whatever other
STUDENT BUNDLES--3 shirts, 3 handcrafts are desired. After the
pairs of fox, 6 handkerchiefs fin- meeting the group will start immedi-
ished, 2 suits underwear, 2 bath )tely on some leather work. If in-
towels, 1 pajama suit fluffed--99c. terested but unable to attend, con-
Ace Hand Laundrv, 1114 S. Uni- tact"Elizabeth Malhman (5558 Stock-
versity. 15c well).

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7941 S< Itqfluti

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A BIG TIME CARNIVAL-
PLAYING A TWO-NIGHT STAND
at
WATERMAN and BARBOUR
GYMNASIA

Yt0 BOCK time afain !
There's hearty cheer and a warming friendliness in a
glass of our fine beer. Its full-flavored, mellow richness
will give your spirit just the lift you need -and its

Side Shows
>j Circus Acts
- Continu'dus Program
Dancing
Big "Why For" Contest

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