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FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1941

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Council Posts
Will Be Filled
Thirty -Three Candidates
For Governing Group!
Are Placed On Slate
Voting for the new Hillel Council
will take place between 9 a.m. and
5:30 p.m. today at Lane Hall and
the Foundation.
Votes may be cast up until 10 p.m.
at the'Foundation, but Theodore Lie-
bovitz, '41, chairman of the elections,
strongly urges members to cast their
ballots earlier in the day if at all
In order to receive a . ballot mem-
bers must present their affiliate mem-
bership card and identification oard.
Voting by proxy will not be accept-
Thirty-three candidates have been
placed on the slate for the election of
the new student government body of
the Foundation. Fourteen persons
will be elected on a basis of propor-
tional voting which allows the voter
to name as many candidates as he
tiesires in order of preference.
The president of the Hillel Play-
ers, the editor of the Hillel News and
the president of Avukah automatic-
ally become members of the Council,
The Council serves as the law-
making body for the Foundation and
its members also head the commit-
tees of the various activities.
Hillel To Hear
Benson Today
Features Living Technique
In World OfChange
Prof. George C. Benson of the po-
litical science department will be the
guest speaker at the Hillel Fireside,
at 8:15 p.m. today at the Foundation.
Professor Benson, who is the direc-
tor of the Public Administration Cupr-
riculum, will give his approach to the
general topic, "This Changing World
-Techniques For Living."
An informal discussion period will
follow the talk during which refresh-j
ments will be served.
Prominent members of the faculty,
have spoken on the Fireside programs
regularly throughout the year. Prof.
Robert B. Hall of. the geography de-I
p*rtment is scheduled to appear in
the near future.
Conservative services will begin at
7:30 p.m. and will be conducted by
David Crohn, '43, and Jack Lewin-I
Epstein, '42.
Tripp Named Cliairiman
Of Senior Committee

Glamorous Celebrities
Highlight May Festiva

'Most Beautiful European
Singer' To Be Present
At Concert Series
Gone are the days of the richly
padded concert chanteuse. In the
1941 May Festival three of the .most
oopular and glamorous musical ce-
lebrities of the nation will supple-
nent their vocal abilities with the
Natural charm that is so delightful
especially to Ann Arbor Audiences.
Jarmila Novotna, soprano imported
o the United States by the Metro-
)olitan Opera Company, was reported
to be the most beautiful opera singer

ire being distributed rapidly, a few
nore are available and may be pur-
;hased either at the Music School
,or at the offices of the University
Musical Society in the Baird Memor-
al Carrillon.
Third Case History
Released By Senate
Editor's Note: In collaboration
with the Student Senate in itsre-
newed campaign for alumni s;chol-
arships The Daily is printing true
case histories which illustrate the
need for a successful drive.

Greek Relief
Drive Collects
FundOf $800,
Campaign To Continue;
L. A. Tappe, Preketes
Will Take Contributions
Approximately $800 has been col-r


(Continued from Page 4)
Nednesday, Thursday and Friday
evenings; and Saturday afternoon.
Saul Caston, Associate Conductor:
Friday afternoon.
Exhiti ns

and other Polish
y invited.

students are cordial-


lected in the local campaign for
Greek War Relief it was announced Exhibit: Defense Housing, arranged
yesterday. by the Central Housing Commission,
The urpse ofthe riv isto Washington, D.C.; third floor Ex-
Ti wa- thibition Room, Architecture Building,
raise funds for civilian needs in war- through April 4, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
torn Greece. None of the money is
being used for military purposes. It Exhibition: John James Clarkson-
goes entirely for food, clothing and Oils, Water Colors and Drawings. Ex-
hihfin ('ailrip ofthn Rkham

:n Europe. She will appear in the last Mr. P. is a new student who at- medical supplies. Since most of the
)f the six concerts in the Festival tended the 1940 summer session able-bodied workers are now fighting
to be presented Saturday evening, and earned six h(urs of A and two for the independence of their coun-
May 10. o-.ors of B. He has been disowned try they have become dependent on
Favorite Of Prague; by his family for leaving a job in
Germanborn S a e Sz the local bank to come to college outsiders to help the civilians at
German born Suzanne Sten, mez- and therefore can expect no help home,
zo-soprano, was theeigningf ri from home at all. At the present All expenses for the campaign are
of the Prague opera company before time het is working as at janitor in
he came to the United States. Her- an apartment house and also is being paid for by local Greek-Ameri-
;elf a newcomer to the May Festival working for his board. He has only cans.
Ehe had a remarkable repertoire of five dollars in assets. He borrowed The drive has the cooperation of
43 roles in 36 operas, including works on his life insurance policy to pay [the entire community. Assisting themj
of all periods from the early classics his tuition. He cannot get a loan on campus are Miss Ethel McCormick,
to the ultra-modern. She will sing because he has not been here a oca dre of the LauoJmes
with the Youth Chorus in the Third full year and probably cannot con- social director of the League; James
Festival Concert Friday afternoon, tinue next semester. Harrison, president of the IFC; Her-j
May 9. __bert Watkins, assistant secretary of
Enid Szantho, contralto whose T o Dathe University, and Dr. 'Harley A.
home was in Hungary, has distilled pwoetatesHayes, director of the University Hos-
men nd ilitriss. er fthe, apital. Each of these'persons is sell-
men and militarists.. Her father, a ing 250 buttons for one dollar.
Vice-Secretary of State in Hungary, re Scheduled Largerbconr on dayb sent
founded the Museum of Social Hy- to L. A. Tappe, Ann Arbor Trust Co.,
giene. Two of her uncles were prom- or Charles Preketes.
inent in British affairs: George H. Squad Will Meet A alne,
Williams, her mother's brother, was Boston, Here Today
commander-in-chief in Bagdad while ___,ingine Grants
( her other uncle, the late Captain The University debate squad will
Thomas Hitchcock Williams, was paticite intwo debates today,A
Crw oiio fiead e'u-participate x eo dbaailabdye;
Carian born husband, Laszlo Sten- A1thur Secord of the speech depart- el
er, an bonom n L. nment in charge of the program, an-
zer, is an economist. nounced. -Aeronautical Scholarship
3ibt ilSn William Muehl, '41, and John Hus-. A i ain Ar De
Four men singers, all stars of the .ila uh,4,adJh u~ Ap>plications Are P i to
Fotromean singers, all stariofpthe ten, 41, will take the negative of the i'
3Metropolitan Opera, will participate pooiin Rsle:Ta h
pr oposition, "Resolved: That the
in the Festival: Lawrence Tibbett, nations of the Westeni Hemisphere I Students intending to apply for1
long recognized as America's out- should form a permanent union" in the 1941-42 Frank P. Sheehan aero-
standing baritone; Norman Cordon, a non-decision contest with a two- nautical engineering scholarships and
distinguished bass; Charles Killman, man team representing the Univer- assistantships must do so not laterI
Tenor; and Mack Harrell, Baritone. sity of Maine at 2 p.m. today before than April 1, it was announced yes-
Mr. Harrell is a young Texan who Prof. Carl Brandt's argumentation terday.
won great acclaim when he walked class. Applications should be addrqssed
away recently with the Met's Opera Arthur Biggins, 42, and Joe to Prof. Edward A. Stalker. B-47
Aua~ions of the Air Prize. Schroeder, '43, will take the affirma- East Engineering Building, and
Although according to Dr. Charles tive against a Boston University team should give a brief statement of the
Sink, president of the University Mu- at 8 p.m. in 1025 Angell Hall on the applicant's qualifications and ex-
sical Society, tickets for the Festival same question. perience in regard to both scholastic:
work and any outside experience he
may have had. A statement should
I aLso be made giving the student's
plans for further study in aeronauts-
C cal engineering.
Generally restritcd toupperClaS.
T onand graduate students, the
grants are largely based on scholastic
TRANSPORTATION FOR SALE standing and are designed to aid

School, March 28-April 26. Daily (ex-
cept Sundays) including evenings.
Auspices: Ann Arbor Art Association
and Institute of Fine Arts, University
of Michigan.
University Lecture: Harry D. Tie-
mann, physicist at the Forest Pro- 3
ducts Laboratory, U. S. Forest Serv-
ice. Madison, Wisconsin, will give an
illustrated talk on "Significance of
Research on Wood" at 4:15 p.m.c
Thursday, April 3, in the amphithe-k
atre of the Rackham Building, under3
the auspices of the School of For-i
estry and Conservation. The public
is cordially invited.
University Lecture: William S. Cul-
bertson, former ambassador to Chile,
will lecture on "Political and Econom-i
ic Aspects of Hemisphere Defense"
at 4:15 p.m. on Friday, April 4, in thet
amphitheatre of the Rackham Build-t
ing, under the auspices of the Uni-
versity Committee on Defense Issues.
The public is cordially invited.
University Lecture: John Garstang,'

The Bibliophiles Section of the
Faculty Women's Club meets on Tues-
day, April 1, at the Michigan League.
Mrs. Norman E. Nelson and Mrs.
James F. Rettger will be hostesses.-
All students, faculty men and
townspeople are cordially invited to
attend the sessions of the first annual
Michigan Co-operative Conference to
be held Saturday afternoon and Sun-
day morning, March 29 and 30, at the
Union. The Conference is sponsored
by the Inter-Cooperative Council and
during this weekend all campus co-
operative houses will be open for pub-
lic inspection.j
Union -WAA
Will Sponsor
Forty fraternities, sororities and
dormitories have agreed to sponsor
booths or present skits at Michilod--
eon, Unicn-W.A.A. five cent carni-
val scheduled foriMay 2 and 3, Wil-
liam Slocum, '42, revealed yesterday.
The 34 booths will be located in
Waterman gymnasium, while the
dancing--a band, not a nickelodeon
will furnish the music-will be in
Barbour gymnasium.
Students have until April 4 to en-
ter Michilodeon's "Why-For" con-
test. The sponsors want a humorous'
explanation, in fifty words or less,
for the title "Michilodeon," and are
offering a $10 prize for the best an-
SThe modern successor to Michigras,

To Give Talk
To Methodists
Harold A. Ehrensperger, editor of
"Motive" magazine, will be the prin-
cipal speaker at the opening banquet
of the state confernce for Methodist
students, today at the Wesley Foun-
dation in the First Methodist Church.
Banquet chairman is to be Robert
Rice of Mt. Pleasant, state president;
and Frderick Liechty, '43L, local guild
president, will serve as toastmaster
for the occasion.
The conference will be in session
throughout Saturday and the Wesley
Foundation at the University will be
host to students fro several colleges in
the state.
Dinner on' Saturday night will offi-
cially close the conference. At this
tim, Dr. Charles W. Brashares, pas-
tor of the Ann Arbor Church, will be
the speaker.
Last year's conference was held at
Central State Teachers College, Mt.
Pleasant, and Allen Christian, '42E,
was elected Wsley Foundation repre-
sentative to the National Council of
Methodist Youth.

Emergency Troop
Unit Is organized
By Local Citizens
Organization of a state troop unit
here to replace the national guard
while it is out of state on active
duty was announced yesterday.
The troop, headed by Leslie A.
Wikel, consists of 57 men, Wikel
serves with the rank, of captain and
his lieutenants will be Detective Sgt.
Eugene J. Gehringer of the police de-
partment and Reardon Peirsol, local
business man.
The troop unit consists of men over
35 who are not on army, navy or
National Guard reserve lists. There
will be no pay.

, I ,

Professor of Theory and Practice of Michilodeon, the 1941 Spring Jubilee
Archaeology, University of Liverpool, will be the largest carnival present-
will lecture on the subject, "The ed on campus since 1892, its sponsors,
Foundations of Bible History;" (illus.- Charles Heinen, '41, and Anna Jean
trated) under the auspices of.the De-
partments of History, Greek, and Williams, '42, promise.
Oriental Languages at 4:15 p.m. on
Tuesday, April 8, in the Rackham Atwater To Give Public
Lecture Hall. The public is cordially Address At Union Today
invited. rssA Um nT dy
- m-A. W. Atwater, prominent lecturer
Lecture: "The Science of Laugh- on Technocracy, will give an address
jer," by Miss Elsa Maxwell, on Tues- in the Union at 8:15 p.m. tonight on
day, April 1. at 8:15 p.m. in Hill the subject of "Where Do We Go
Auditorium. Box Office at Hill Audi- From Here."
torium will be open beginning today, Mr. Atwater is the official lec-
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. turer for Technocracy Inc., is on a
---- national tour and spoke last night in
Events Today Detroit.





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students following a career in aero-
nautical engineering.
The scholarship fund was founded{
by Miss Mildred Sheehan as a me-
morial to her brother, Frank P. Shee-
han, a student in the University from
1917 to 1919 and in 1924-25.
Local Art Society
WillOpen Exhibit
The Ann Arbor Art Association will
open its largest exhibition of the
season today with the showing of one
hundred fifty water colors, oils, and#
drawings by John Clarkson in the
Rackham Building gallc, ies. The ex-
hibition, which was previewed last
night, will run unti April 24.
Mr. Clarkson, a native of Ann Ar-
bor, has been described as an un-

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Harris Hall: A tea will be held this
afternoon from 4:00 to 5:30. Univer-
sity students and friends are cordially
Westminster Student Guild: The
Class for University students, led by
Dr. Lemon, on "The Oldest Life of
Jesus" will meet tonight at 7:30.
From 8:30 to 12:00 p.m. there will
be games, entertainment and refresh-
ments. All Presbyterian students and
their friends are invited.
Comting Events
The Polonia Society will hold a
mixer Saturday, March 29, at 8:00
p.m. in Room 304, Michigan Union.
A short (illustrated) discourse on
Poland will be given by Professor C.
Wells. Refreshments. All members t

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