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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MARCH ?7, 1941

I IM,

Denkinger Tells Life
Of French Nobleman
Some of the audacious and fascin-
'tlng incidents in the life of the Duke
of Lauzan, a nobelman during the
reign of Louis XIV, were related yes-
terday by Prof. Marc Denkinger of
the Romance Languages Department
in the fourth of the current series
sponsored by Le Cercle Francais.
Denkinger told how the daring no-
ble narrowly missed marrying ,the
cousin of Louis XIV.

Comm. Wallimi
Speaks Today
On Sea Craft
Eighth In Lecture Series
Will Emphasize Subject
Of- Boat Construction
Construction of fighting sea craft
will be discussed by Commdr. H. N.
Wallin, U.S.N., of the Bureau of
Ships, in the eighth of a series of
lectures on the navy at 4 p.m. today
in Room 348 of the West Engineer-
ing Building.
His talk, originally part of a spec-,
ial course, has been incorporated in
a new series of speeches designed to
acquaint applicants for commissions
in the Naval Reserve with the cus-
toms, traditions and activities of the
service.
Commander Wallin plans to de-
scribe tha entire process of building
naval vessels from the time of the
laying of the keel to the final launch-
ing.
An authority on ship building,
Commander Wallin was formerly a
member of the United States Naval
Construction Corps and is at present
in the design division of the Bureau
of Ships.
The new series of talks is beingj
presented under the direction of Capt.{
Lyal A. Davidson, chairman of the
local NROTC unit.
Tuniory Case Club
T' new Debate
Today, Tomorrow

Leader Reveals
Gains In Fund
To Aid Greeks
More than $650 has been received
in the local campaign for Greek War
Relief Charles Preketes, president of
the organization directing the drive,
announced yesterday..
The local campaign is part of a
nation-wide drive for $10,000,000.1
Preketes estimated that about $3,-1
000,000 had already been donated.
This money is being used to pur-
chase food, clothing and medical sup-
plies.:-Since most of the able-bodied
men are fighting on behalf of Greek.
liberty, there are few able to work
on the farms or in factories.
"The Greek soldier is not asking
for guns and ammunition-he gets
them from his fleeing enemy-all he
does ask America is to take care of
the women and children at home, to
heal the sick and bind the woundsI
of these who fall in battle. The money
is not for planes or tanks but for a
loaf of bread, a can of beans, a roll
of bandages, a bottle of medicine,"
Preketes declared.
Those on campus who are working
in the drive are Miss Ethel McCor-
mick, social director of the League,
James Harrison, president of the
Interfraternity Council, and Herbert
Watkins, assistant secretary of the
University, and Dr. Harley A. Haynes,
director of the University Hospital.
Each of these people has 250 buttons
which are being sold for one dollar.

Twelve Members To Be Elected
For Hillel Council Tomorrow

Balloting for places on the Hillel appoint three additional members.
Council will take place at Lane Hall The Hillel Librarian and the editor
and the Hillel Foundation tomorrow, of the Hillel News automatically be-
Jerome W. Mecklenburger, '41E, re- come members of the Council. -
tiring president, announced. The Hillel Council serves as the a
Voles may be cast at Lane Hall law-making body for the Foundation p
between 9 aim. and 5:30 p.m. or at and its members also head the Foun-C
the Foundation between 9 a.m. and dations activities committees.]
10 p.m. The slate was named either by the
No voting by proxy will be allowed, Council or through petitions signed
Theodore Liebovitz, Grad., chairman by fifty Hillel members.L
of the election committee, declared. Three names have been added tov
Those who receive ballots must pre- the previous list of 30. They are Syl-N
sent their affiliate membership card via Mostov. '42, Hilda Snyder, '42,t
and show their identification card. and Robert Unger, '43.v
Proportiont votig will be used The original list includes: Loisd
with the voters casting votes for as Arnold,.'43; Helen Bittker, '42; Urie
i many people on the slate as they Bronfenbrenner, Grad.; Beverly Co-a
wish iu order of preference. hen, '42: David Crohn, '43; Janetn
Twelve persons will be elected to Crone, '43; Dorothy Davidson, '43;
1 serve on the Council for the coming Gerald Davidson, '43; Gloria Donene
year, and they have the power to '43; Naomi Ellias, '42; Jack Lewin-
Epstein, '42; Betty Grant, '43.V
The list continues with Samueln
Rosen, '44; Robert Warner, '43; Syrilo
17Greene, '43; Lorraine Schwab, '42;
fladassah Yanich, SM; Marge Teller,r
43; Daniel Lee Seiden, '43; Robert,
Ill /ZLee Morrison, '43; Aaron Moyer, '43;
Reva Frumkin, 43; Norman Schwartz,j
#10I I % 44; Marcia Kohl, '43; Ina Mae Ra-i
binovich. '42; Joseph Fauman, Grad.;c
Alvin Goldman, Lit; Sylvia Forman,
'42; Jack Shirago, '42; Herbert Lon-t
By GLORIA NISHON don, '43.c
and DAVE LACIIENBRBUCII -- ___ _t
Stockwell Hall had a gala celebra-
tion Tuesday-the first anniversary En tineStudents i
of the formal opening of the living
rooms. Last year the opening was a"
rather exclusive affair at which Prof. Are Appointed
Karl Litzenberg, Director of Resi-
dence Halls, and Dean Alice Lloyd rg t I'1 e
were practically the only guests. This 1 Com m ittees
year, however, it was a very gay and
pleasant occasion with many guests
all contributing to the colorful scene. Members of senior class commit-
ltees in the College of Engineering
The guests and residents were were announced yesterday by Harry
given an opportunity to digest the G. Drickamer, '41E, president of the
delicious meal in the living rooms class.
after dinner, where Roberta Mun- James Winkler was named chair-
ro, '41SM, sang six selections, and man of the Commencement Commit-
Betty CGrrell, '44, formerly a mem- tee which will comprise Edward King.
be.sofC.hil Spitalny's All-Girl Or-
chestra thrilled her audience with Chdles M.rHinan Robert Bri-
arendition of Gershwin's immor- Dudley Scroggin and William Bax-
tal "Summertime" on her trom- ter. The social committee will con-
bone. Those of you who were at sist of Robert Morrison, chairman,
"Varsity Night" last fall probably and Paul Johnson.
remember her playing it then. Heading the cap and gown com-
Really a celebration to do a one- mittee will be William Beebe who will
year-old iroud . . . be assisted by Peter Brown, David

Lent Supper
Will Feature
Talk On China,
At the last of a series of three bi-
weekly .:Lenten suppers to be given
at 6:15 today in Harris Hall for the
parish of St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church, two Chinese students will
speak on the subject, "Chinese Edu-
cation on the March."
David Liang, '42DAd, and Paul
Lim-Yuen, '42E, will present the
various aspects of the contemporary
westward trek of Chinese universi-
ties brought on by the Japanese in-
vasion. Speakers for the other two
sinners were Prof. Preston W. Slos-
son who talked on "The Church's,
Eealistic Idealism" on February 27;
and Rev. Arthur H. Richardson, head-
miaster of Brent School in Baguio,
P.I., who gave "The Philippine Kal-
eidoscope," March 13.
Reservations for the dinner, for
which there is a charge of 50 cents,
may be made by calling the church
office, 7735.
Luncheon was served yesterday to
members of the Student Guild of
St. Andrew's Church as regular Week-
ly feature of the Guild's Lenten pro-
ject. The organization has pledged
itself to raise $70.75 to cover the cost
of redecorating the Williams Memor-
ial Chapel in Harris Hall. To fulfill
this project, proceeds from the lun-
cheons; together with the collection
taken at 7:30 a.m. each Wednesday at
Communion services, are put aside
into the fund, and students donate
their time and services in the ac-
tual painting and redecorating.
Started during the examination
period of last semester, the work is
now nearing completion, and the
fund has passed the half-way mark.
THIS NEW TYPE
in

Barbers Testify Today

George Doe and Dominick D...Das-
cola, local barber shop proprietors,
and officers of the State Barbers'
Association, will appear before the
State Affairs Committee today in a
hearing concerning two proposed bills
pertaining to the barber occupation.

WATCH!
THIS SPACE
A~FARM MADE

DAILY at 2-4-7-9 P.M.
Now., Playing!
SLASHING HIS WAY TU FAME
GREATER THAN DUMAS'
DASHING ADVENTURER!

- Also -
INFORMATION PLEASE
COMEDY NEVWS
Mats. 25c - Eves. 40c md. tax.

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A rue Bigger contributions may be sent to
Arguments in the semi-finals of Charles Preketes or L. A. Tappe, Ann
the Junior Case Club competition will Arbor Trust Company.
be held today and tomorrow in the All the expenses of the present
Practice Court Room on the second campaign are being paid for by local,
floor of Hutchins Hall. Greek-Americans so that all funds
On Thursday David G. Laing, and collected are spent entirely for Greek
James D. Guernsey. representing the relief.
Story Club, will compete against Jack
H. Shuler. and Lon H. Barringer, of Forester Wins
the Marshall Club. F
Loren T. Wood, and Seymour J.y
Speman of the Kent Club, will argue Essay Contest
agans WllamButler and Oscar ____
Clarke. representing the Holmes Club.'
The constitutionality of a state Marshall Palley Awarded
franchise tax will be the subject ar- Pack Prize On TVA
gued on both days. The four winners
will compete in the final arguments Marshall N. Palley, '42F&C, has
on Founders Day, April 25. been awarded the 1941 Pack prize, an
Judging will be Prof: Paul G. Kau- award of $25 for the best essay in
per, Prof. Laylin K. James, and Prof. popular form on some phase of for-
Marvin L. Niehuss, all of the Law estry, it was revealed at a meeting of
School faculty. the Forestry Club last night. His
paper was entitled "Still Waters and
Little Trees," and was based on the
activities of the Tennessee Valley
Authority.
The articles were judged by Prof.
Leigh J. Young and Prof. D. M. Mat-
thews of the forestry faculty. The
prize, Professor Young explained, is
the result of a fund established by
K) Charles Lathrop Pack shortly after
Ui * A the organization of the forestry de-
partment as an independent unit.
Gordon T. Woods, '42F&C, and
1 d Glenn K. Gunderson, '41F&C, were
giver} special mention for their pa-
pers by the judges.
ROTC Rifle Team
Wins Third Place

DRAGS

Ladd, Charles Barker, James E. Da-
Adelia Cheever is holding its for- voli and Ctanley Mleczko.
mal dance Friday from 9 p.m. to 1. The finance committee will be
Mr. and Mrs. John Osborne and Mrs. chaired by the class treasurer, Har-
Holly Dobbins will chaperon and the old Britton, and will consist of Char-
decorations will include a ceiling of les R. Tieman, Seymour Furbush,
balloons and tp hat favors .. Robert Bishop, Vance Middlesworth
Jordan is organizing cap-and- and John Tietjen.
gown pressers under Chief Presser Drickamer also announced that
Barbara Smith, '44Ed., for the Fred Dannenfelser, Buritz and Wil-
benefit of the seniors. Too bad liam Vollmer had been elected to
there isn't a permanent pressing j serve as the engineering representa-
group in each of the dorms . . . tives to the senior ball.j
Today Is Last Day Ann Arbor Artist
Of Textile Exhifbitl Will Exhibit Here
Today will be the last day that the One hundred fifty oils, water colors
group of Javanese and Balinese tex- and drawings by John Clarkson, of
tiles from the collection of Professor Ann Arbor, will be exhibited tomor-
and Mrs. Everett Brown will be shown row in Rackham Building galleries
in the first floor display cases of the by the Ann Arbor Art Association.
Architecture Building. The exhibition, which will be pre-
The exhibit includes not only sev- viewed tonight at a private showing,
eral examples of Javanese Batiks and I will run from March 28 through
Balinese textiles, but also -a collec- April 24.
Lion of the instruments used by the Mr. Clarkson's works, which have
islanders in making the materials, been described as uncompromisingly
Some accessories worn by the temple abstract, are marked by a group of
dancers are also shown ,along with local portraits and water color land-
several Balinese calendars. scapes.

helps make your sore
STAND OUT!
Look down a busy street at
night . . . notice the bewilder-
ing mass of neon-red, red, red!
One sees red with a vengeance.
Now see how a sharp, white
WEDGE sign stands out in clear
relief. A sign of this type costs
no more. Let our Lighting Staff
tell you how to stop the passing
crowd. Call any Detroit Edison
office.

Extra
"Mommy Loves Puppy"
World News
Corning Sunday
ABBOTT & COSTELLO
ANDREWS SISTERS
"BUCK PRIVATES"

Third place in a field of twenty-t
wo was the honor given the Univer-
sity ROTC Rifle Team in one of the
biggest shoots of the year, the Wil-
liam Randolph Hearst Trophy Matchs
*"Antiquing"is big news in walking shoes, so it's for this corps area, when the results
a Walk-Olver specialty. A hand-rubbed look--anwere received yesterday, Verne C.
Kennedy, Jr., '42E, captain of the
expensive air! Wear this tie with tweeds ... its I team, announced.
wonderfully wALKABLE fAltogether, four five-man teams
from the University were entered, a
WALK-QVER Paom. Antiqued brown alligator-grain calf n ew record for the number of stu-
dents participating in the shoot, Ken-
R nedy said. The other three teams
BURTON'S WALK _. VEplaced eighth, twelfth ,and twenty-
12 S South Main second, respectively.
Shooting on the first team were
Richard O. Jones, '43E, George D.
Hooper, '44E, Harry E. Altman, '43E,
Kennedy, and Gordon A. Stumpf,
'41E.
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A shipment of NEW ARROW SHIRTS
has just been received.
NEW STYLES FIRST AT WILD'S
WILD &COMPANY
State Street on the Camrpus
' Wy is an Arrow Shirt like aprettygirl?

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CALL TO
I COLORS
TJIIE Arrows are passing in review -- a whole
regiment of shirts, handkerchiefs, ties, and
underwear in sharp, neat, "go together" patterns
reflecting the fashion trend to gayer and bolder
colors. ,
Be sure to take a look at the new collar styles:
button-down, wide-spread, and long points. All
Arrow shirts are Mitoga cut and guaranteed to
retain their perfect fit. Exercise your inalienable
rights and pick up some of these handsome Arrow
foursomes today.
Arrow Shirts4 . . . $2 up
Arrow wa T Ei...a 1 cf

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Because they both bring your friends around.
To keep the wolves from your girl, wear Arrow shirts. Charm
her with one of those new multi-striped jobs that has the low
slope, long-pointed Arrow Bruce col-
lar. It's up to the minute in style and
fit. $2 up . .. a low rate for glamour
insurance.
To keep the wolves from your drawer,
get a padlock. Wolves just naturally
"go" for the cut of an Arrow, for it
is Mitoga-cut to fit the torso. We ad- vf
vise a bolt and chain for those irresist- t '

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