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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY

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Co-Op Council
Will Play Host'
For Convention

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Program
WillI
Tour,

For
Inichude
Student

Delegates
Campus
Parleys

The first annual state-wide con-f
vention of Michigan cooperative or-
ggnizations will begin here tomor-I
row when the Intercooperative Coun-
cil of the University will play host
to the visiting delegates with a pro-r
gram featuring student parleys, in-
spection .tours of campus co-ops and1
recreational entertainment.
A tentative program has been ar-
ranged by the Intercooperative Edu-1
cation Committee headed by Betty
7unk, '42. Registration tomorrow1
will be followed by a tour of student1
cooperatives, the Wolverine and the
Ann Arbor Cooperative Society. Thet
general meeting will begin at 1 p.m.,
when Edward Fried, '41, president oft
the Intercooperative Council, will
give the keynoting address and Rev.
H. L. Pickerill, Ann Arbor coopera-]
tive leader, will speak on "Develop-1
ments and Implications of Coopera-
tives."
The discussion groups will con-
vene at 2 p.m. Topics will be "Prob-

U.Of M.ROTC
Vies Mich Tech
In Rifle Meet
Fresh from a first place in the all-
important Hearst Rifle Match, Mich-
igan Tech's crack rifle team will take
on the University ROTC squad at 3
p.m. today at the range in the ROTC
Building.
Winding up a tour around Lake
Michigan, the visitors already boast
a victory over the University of Wis-
consin in addition to the Hearst
match, though they lost to Illinois.
Representing Michigan today will
be Richard O. Jones, '43E, Verne C.
Kennedy, Jr., '42E, Harry E. Altman,
'43E, George D. Hooper, '44E, Gar-
land J. Marrs, '41, DeMott D. Riley,
'44E, Wallace J. Wilkie, '43E, Albert
D. Engstrom, '44, and David H. Weis-
burg, '44E.
In their postal match last week
the local squad lost to the Univer-
sity of Maryland 3700 to 3596, it was
determined yesterday.
lems in the Organization of Coopera-
tives," with Harold Guetzgow, Grad.,
as chairman, and "Specific Problems
in Management of Cooperatives,"
Richard Shuey, '42E, Laurence Mas-
cott, '41, MissZunk, and Robert
IMorrow, '42BAd., co-chairmen.
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Matsuoka Is Given Rousing Welcome By Germans

Elsa Maxwell Will Speak Here
On 'The Science Of Laughter'

Elsa Maxwell, arbiter de luxe of
international society, who will speak
at Hill Auditorium April 1, may be
cllled the exception extraordinaire
to the rule that best, things come in
unall packages.
Her physical qualities, however,
co not hinder her in living up to her
happy philosophy. "Let's have fun" is
her guiding star, and she follows it
even if it may mean riding to the
hunt on a donkey.
Known For Wit
Miss Maxwell, who promises to
spring a few surprises on Ann Ar-
bor audiences when she entertains
them with her talk, is known for her
Sparkling wit and vast supply of fas-
cinating-we never like to exaggerate
-anecdotes. She will speak on "The
Science of Laughter," and if her suc-
cess at making George Bernard Shaw
and such other cynics roar is any
indication of her ability, audiences
here had better equip themselves with
strait- jackets-they'd prevent side-
splitting, you know.
The high-spirited Elsa will speak
under the auspices of the Michigan
Alumnae Club for the benefit of the
women's swimming pool. Since wo-
men now either have to depend on
the generosity of the men in allow-
ing them to use the Union pool two
nights a week or wade around in
I the little "tank" in Barbour Gym-

versity Health Service puts the im-
portance of it into the following
words: "There is a real need for
this pool. All campus organizations
are impressed with the fact and are
contributing efforts and funds to the
cause. The Michigan Alumnae Club,
familiar with campus situations, is
squarely behind this project."
Tickets for the hilarious and screwy
fun-f est are on sale now at the box
office of Hill Auditorium. Escape the
midsemester blues-come and be gay
with Elsa Maxwell!
Housing To Be Exhibited
An exhibit showing various phases
of defense housing will be shown
daily from 9 la.m. to 5 p.m. through
April 4 inj the third floor exhibit
room® of the Architecture Build-
ing. The exhibition has been pre-
pared by the Central Housing Com-
mission, Washington, D.C.

Japanese Foreign Minister Yosuke Matsuoka (right, with cane) was welcomed in Berlin in spectacular
ceremonies. Reviewing the Nazi guard of honor were Field Marshall General Wilhelm Keitel (carrying baton),
JapaneEe Ambassador Hiroshi Oshima (center) and Matsuoka. This photo was sent from Berlin to New York
by radio.
Gagng Devicen howsh Five-Inch Bar
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- "The Relation of the Cooperative
Method to the Community" will be-
discts of gose :30, emphasizings he Precision Lab o Display Measuring Instruments
operative communities and labor. At Annual Engineering Open House Tomorrowz
Harold Osterweil, '41, will be in .- ________________
charge. At 4 p.m. there will be a -By CHARLES THATCHER
panel discussion on "The Relation Have you ever shortened a five-inch diameter steel bar with the pressure
of the Cooperative Method to Ex- of your little finger? You may think it an impossibility, but there's a device
pansion." in the gaging and precision measuring laboratory in the East Engineering
Building which will actually measure the amount the bar is shortened. t
m- Ds L a That is, if you don't stand too close. You forget that the heat radiated
from your body is sufficient to regis '- -- --_.---- - -------- - ____- __ I- J
Ichs *" ter an expansion on the same bar! ployed is one using the principle of
IhsAnd that is only one of many light-wave interference, with which
measuring and gaging devices which measurements may be made in
will be on display in the lab during terms of light-waves to an accuracy
Houses 2.8 Average Taps.the Engineering Open House pro- of a millionth part of an inch! Anoth-
All-Campus's 2.51 gram tomorrow. er projection machine is used to pro-
Sponsored by the United States ject the profile of a gear tooth or
The scholastic average of members Army Ordnance Department and di- screw thread on a screen at a magni-
of cooperative houses last semester, rected by Prof. O. W. Boston of the fication of 100 to 200. The shadow
based upon the honor point system, metal processing department, the thus produced may then be measured
w as up s compared to last year's lab is one of the most completely directly or compared with given stan-
all-campus average of 2.51-Laurence equipped in this section of the coun- dards.
Mascott, '41, Intercooperative Edu- try and contains many types of The latest type of universal meas-
cation Chairman, announced yester- mers, vie cliper aring machine, provided with a
day. (micrometers, vernier calipers, gages measuring~ pressure control, makes
"This average," Mascott explained, r hkangosn s s e ndadirect orcomparative measurements
"includes all students who were liv- for checking squares, and anwide as- to within ten millionths of an inch!
ing in cooperative houses last se- gle irons. In peace time the lab is under the
mester. It is striking in that more g e rn s f marg e__ks
thanhal ofthecooperative house Several sets of master gage blocks(jT-
than halfove tside d make it possible to make 125,000 dif- Base Ideas On 1.S.
house. ferent measurements from 0.1001 to
twelve inches each with an accuracy Miusic Wiiol
The average for women's coopera- of two millionths of an inch per inch !
tive houses was 2.73, as contrasted Another device to be displayed in
to last spring's all-campus women's the lab enables one to see a slit of (Contiued from page 1)
average of 2.51. Men's houses aye- light one ten-thousandth of an inch ~ ~ ~
raged 2.85, while the male popula- wide, a width equivalent to the thick- ing a rehearsal, and his curiosity led
tion of the campus reached an ave- ness of a sheet of paper split into to the first of a series of successful
rage of 2.48 last spring. The Married some forty equal parts! engagements.
Couples' Cooperative attained an av- Among the measuring devices em- During his boyhood, Mr. Wihtol
erage of 3.00. sang in the Imperial Chapel of St.
The averages, by houses, were as .nPete Imgfrilh apelndfhSt
Petersburg for the Czar and his
follows: Brandeis House, 2.96; Con- Monroe Leader Retires family. He describes the old royal
gress House, 2.845; Guild House, 2.8; MONROE, Mich., March 27.-(P)- palace as very plain and "not worthy
Katherine Pickerill House, 2.73; Mur- Daniel F. Hasley, veteran civic lead- of comparison with the Michigan
iel Lester House, 2.75; Abraham Lin- er now in his 80's resigned today from Union."
coln House, 3.02; Married Couples the Monroe Board of Education, ex- In selecting the Latvian Singers,
House, 3.0; Michigan House, 2.98; plaining that he wished his place on Mr. Wihtol found character his
Alice Palmer House, 2.7; Robert Ow- the Board be taken by a younger man, greatest problem.
en House, 2.53; Stalker House, 2.67.
Federal Industrial
Intervention Hinted
(Continued fr-An page 1)
have incrjased power and influence
throughout the world."
"Adequate defense against the to-
talitarian nations is not the only ob-
ject which the unions must keep tri
mind, however," McCreedy warned.
"The second important goal which
must be achieved is the defeat of the
many native Fascists and financial-
capitalists who aip anti-democratic
in this country, for we cannot loosStarting TODRat
get fascism by subversion rather than
by invasion. Reference and Textbooks a
front 9to
forFun?
for Fun?''"Some FREE"
J.G.P.s ON EVERY SUB
History English Literature Psychology
Education Math Zoology Botany
FICTION and NON-
SAVE at
JUPITER
TONIGHT!

college, Col. A. H. White of the chem- nasium, the worthiness of the cause,
ical engineering department, and can be very readily understood.
Capt. W. E. Renner of the military Ruthven To Appear
science department. Should a nation- I President Ruthven himself will in-
al emergency arise, the laboratory troduce social lion-tamer Maxwell
would be under the direct control of on Tuesday night. He has expressed
the Detroit (Vdnance District. himself as being behind the project
A lab similar to the one here was and Dr. Margaret Bell of the Uni-
installed at Stanford University in
1929, and six others are now locatedf
at various Army arsenals around the
country.

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Will Be Today

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University Representative
To Be NamedBy Faculty
Five students will participate in the
University finals in oratory at 4 p.m.
today in Room 4003 Angell Hall, Prof.
Louis Eich of the speech department
in charge of the activity announced.
Elliot Atamion, '42, Erwin Bowers,
'41, Dean Burdick, '42, Norman Ox-
handler, '41, and Gerry Schaflander,
'424 were selected from the partici-
pants of the preliminary contest to
enter the University finals to deter-
mine the University representative
for the North Central League.
The winner will be chosen by mem-
bers of the faculty of the speech de-
partment and will deliver his oration
in the North Central Contest to be
held here May 2.
He will compete against Ohio State
University, Northwestern University,
Western Reserve, the University of
Wisconsin, and the University of
Minnesota.
In-today's finals the contestants
will deliver their full orations which
are required to be under 2,000 words.

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