TH1E MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
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University Lecture: Paul S. Martin.
Chief Curator of the Department of
Anthropology of the Field Museum
of Natural History, Chicago, will lec-
ture on the subject, "Archeology of
the Southwest" (illus.) under the
auspices of the Department of An-
thropology today at 4:15 p.m. in the
Rackham Amphitheatre. The public
is cordially invited.
Lecture: Professor John W. Stan-
ton of the History Department will
lecture on "The Balkan Slavs in His-
tory," sponsored by the -Slavic Soci-
ety, on Wednesday, April 2, at 8:00
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Student Applicants for Commis-
sions in Naval Reserve: The eighth
of the series of lectures on Naval
Subjects will be delivered by Com-
mander W. N. Wallin, U.S. Navy, to-
day at 4:00 p.m. in Room 348 W. En-
gineering Bldg. Subject: "New Con-
English Journal Club will meet to-
night at 8:00, West Conference Room,
Rackham Building. Miss V. C. Hop-
kins and Mr. H. R. Garvin will read
papers on Babbitt's and Coleridge's
criticisms of Wordsworth.
Political Science Round Table will
meet this evening at 7:30 in the East
Conference Room of the Rackham
Building. Topic: "South America."
AI.Ch.E.-A.I.M.E.: A joint meeting
will be held tonight at 7:30 in room
1042 E. Engr. Bldg. Dr. C. C. Dewitt,
Chairman of the Department of
Chemical and Metallurgical Engineer-
ing .at Michigan State College, will
speak on "The Separation of Mater-
ials." Refreshments. All engineers
The Great Vespers, an arrangement
of an Orthodox Russian Litany, will
be sung by the Latvian Singers, sup-
ported by two student choirs under
the direction of Professor Palmer
Christian of the School ,of Music in
Hill Auditorium, at 8:30 tonight un-
der the auspices of the Interfraternity'
Council and Panhellenic Association.
Students, faculty, Ann Arbor citizens,
as well as parents of students and in,
terested alumni are invited as guests
of the Chapter Houses.
Alpha Lambda 1Delta : Important
meeting of all members in the League
at 4:30 p.m. today. Look on bulletin
board for the room number.
Great Vespers: Professor Palmer
Christian will meet those who are to
sing in the Great Vespers, planned
for March 27, at Hill Auditorium at
3:00 p.m. today. It is necessary that
all persons named by the fraternities
and sororities be present at this dress
"The Rivals": The principal scenes
from Richard Brinsley Sheridan's
comedy, "The Rivals," will be read
by the class in the Oral Interpreta-
tion of Modern Drama (Speech 164)
srom 3:00 to 4:30 p.m. today in room 1
302, Mason Hall. Persons interested
are invited to this class program.
American Student Defense League:
Clayton Fountain will speak at the
American Student Defense League
tonight at 8:00 on "Labor's Stake in
the War" at the Michigan Union.
Business meeting at 7:30.
Varsity Glee Club will not rehearse
this evening. The Club sings for the
Engineering banquet on Saturday,
March 29; meet in the Glee Club
room of the Union at 1:00 p.m.
sharp. Rehearsal Sunday afternocn,
International Center Disc:ission
Groups: On Saturday, March 29, at
1:30 p.m., the Science Group will meet
l in Room 18 of the Center. Mr. Igor
Pluse will lead the discussion with a
report on "The Practical Application
of Recent Developments in the Field
The usual Saturday after.no:n dis-
cussion of political, economic, and
social problems will be omitted this
Third Detroit City
On GraftCharge '
DETROIT, March 26.-(IP)-A
third member of Detroit's nine-man
council, Harry I. Dingeman, was in-
dicted by Wayne County's one-man
Grand Jury tonight as an alleged
bribe taker in the $8(300,000 Herman
Gardens low-cost housing project.
Circuit Judge Homer Ferguson, sit-
ting as the one-man grand jury in-
vestigating charges of graft, returned
an indictment which accused Dinge-
man oftaccepting $5,000to influence
his vote on whether steel or con-
crete would be used in the project.
Previofsly the grand jury indicted
Councilmen John F. Hamilton and
Robert G. Ewald on similar charges.
The former was accused of accepting
a $15,000 bribe and the latter one of
Housing Work On Display
An exhibit depicting various phases
of defense housing is being shown
from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily in
the third floor exhibition room of the
Architecture Building. The exhibi-
tion has been arranged by the Cen-
tral Housing Commission, Washing-
Second Case History
R eIised By Snrate
~itit~'tNote'. in ccopexation vitrh
the Student Senate's campaign fc,
Increased aiumni schtiairship(I tt-e
Daily is .printing true case. his-
tories which illustrate the obscure
but grave situations existing on,
Miss J. completed her freshman
year with twenty-five hours of A
and seven hours of B. She worked
sixteen to- twenty-five hours a
week -in Alumnae House and also
did N.Y.A. work, making a total
of approximately thirty working
hours a week. She was raised in
a trailer camp and has been prac-
tically self-supporting ever since
she was twelve years old. She ob-
viously can expect no support
from her family and has to meet
the expenses of education herself.
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King, '43E, William D. Kinsell, '41A,
Jact E. Linden, '41E, Richard R.
Olivere, '43E, Ernest J. Petersen, '41E,'
Max G. Petersen, '41E, James B.
Pierce, '43E, Richard T. Powe r, '42L,
Lynn C. Riess, '41, Gilbert Samuelson,
'42E, Richard M. Springer, '42E,
James T. Stewart, '43E, Edward W.
Strong, SpecE, and Donald E. Swan-
Marvin . R. Taylor, Casper M.
Thompson, '42E, Murray T. Tifft,
'43E, Robert P. Tillson, '43E, Eugene
P. Ulak, '4 , David Von Schlegll, '43E,
Hubert F. Weidman, '41, Waldo W.
West, '43E, and Hal C. Whittemore,
42A, were others completing the pri-
Mattern To Conduct Glee Club
in Sprmgn Program Thursday
fleets in the perforiancioe i the ,lee
club. He has taught at Busch Con-
servatory, Chicago; Cornell Univer-,
sity; Eastihan School; and the Uni-
versity of Rochester. He has studied
violin and conducting under some of.
the world's most famous masters, and
he has conducted various civic chor-
al and orchestral groups. He is ac-
tive and nationally known in music
Emil Mazy Speaks
At Meeting Of ASU
The American Student Union voted
to support the, organization of the
Ford plants by the CIO at thefr
Emil Mazy, former president of
Briggs local, spoke at the meeting.
The ASU has volunteered to assist
in the distribution of leaflets at the
gates of the Ford plant next Wednes-
day night. The distribution was or-
ganized by the Detroit Youth As-
Committee To Meet
The Finance Committee for Fresh-
man Project will meet at 4 p.m. to-
morrow in the League.
Two State CC Camps,
T o Be Cut In Reduction
LANSiNG March 26 -(P-Two of
the 12 Civilian Conservation Corps
camps operating on conservation
projects in Michigan are to be closed
in a general reduction of CCC proj-
ects, the State Department of Con-
servation learned today.
P. J. Hoffmaster, Conservation Di-
rector, said he received notification
23 of the 139 camps throughout the
country would be closed and that
Michigan's quota to be discontinued
would be 17 per cent or two of the
12 in operation here.
PROF. DAVID MATTERN
Prof. David Mattern, head of the
department of music education in the
University School of Music, will con-.
duct the Varsity Glee Club in its
annual spring concert at 8:15 p.m.
Thursday, April 3 in Hill Auditorium.
Prof. Mattern, who has directed the
glee club for eleven years, has chosen
a diversified program of classicalj
and semi-classical music. The same
program will be sung in the club's
concert tour this spring.
The director has a background of
experience and education that re-1
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