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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1941

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Shall Ping Pong Or Armchairs
Prevail?-ProfsDebateProblen

'Sweaters' vs. 'Arguers',
Long Standing Feud,
Is BoughtInto Open
By A. P. BLAUSTEIN
(Editor's Note: The University Club
will hold a Stag Dinner today in the
Union preceding Its annual meeting
at which President Ruthven will be
principal speaker. The following deals
with -the featured attraction of the
dinner as described by Prof. A. D.
Moore of the electrical engineering
department, president.)
Armchair arguing vs. Ping-Pong
Playing wil be hotly debated at to-
day's University Club dinner by two
of the most outstanding members of
the faculty, "arguin' " Prof Jesse
S. Reeves of the political science de-
partment and "sweatin' " Prof. John
L. Brumm of the journalism depart-
ment.
The discussion, which concerns
C rucif ixion'
TO Be Offered
Van Deurseni To Direct
Choral Presentation
Prof. Hardin Van Deursen of the
music school will direct the First
Methodist Choir and soloists in the
"Crucifixion" to be held at 8 p.m. to-
morrow in the church sanctuary.
Joseph Laderoute, one of the solo-
ists to sing in the Cincinnati presen-
tation will participate in the rendi-
tion of the choral of Holy Week.
Mark Bills, formerly baritone solo-
ist with the choir, will also sing. Re-
cntly he was guest soloist with the
Chicago Symphony Orchestra sing-
ing in the presentation of "Boris
Gudonoff.".
A graduate of the University, Bills
has taken graduate work at DePauw
University.
Joseph Laderoute was a boy-sopra-
no with the famous Paulist Choristers
under Father William J. Finn in New
York City.
The public is invited to attend the
cantata which has become a tradi-
tion feature of the celebration of
Holy Week.
Nickle, Rust Given
Architect Awards
Robert W. Nickle, '42A, and John
Rust, '43A, were judged the winners
of the annual Jane Higbie award yes-
terday by a faculty of five judges
from the Architectural School. The
selections were made on the basis of
drawings, designings and paintings
submitted to the faculty.
Nickle received $50 first prize and
Rust received a book of paintings, it
was announced. The award is given
annually by the parents of Jane
Higbie, who was a student at the
University before her untimely death.
Six Naval Initiates
Stage Sham Battle
Quarterdeck, honorary society for
marine engineers and naval archi-
tects, initiated six new members yes-
terday in the flour "smoke" and fly-
ing splinters of a sham naval battle
in front of the library steps.
The embattled initiates were
Francis Rassmussen, '41E, Belton Y.
Cooper, '41E, Donald Creed, SpecE.,
Rufus W. Harrell, '42E, John B. Wil-
kie, '42E, and Joseph C. Czudak, '41E.
They will be formally inducted at the
Quarterdeck banquet tonight.
Warren McElroy, '41E," Stanley
Seniska, AE, and Horace Duncan,
'42E, were in charge of the initiation
ceremonies.

BEN THE TAILOR-Get
for your used clothes.
alter 6 p.m.

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every member of the Club, will deal
with the best utilization of space
available at the Club's headquarters.
The Reeves coalition, it is reported.
favors the installation of armchairs
- near the coffee service, while
their opponents are reportedly ardent
supporters of a ping pong table.
At the beginning of the year a ping
pong table was set up in the Club
for the use of Profes'sor Brumm and
certain other "sweating" enthusiasts
but Professor Reeves' contingent ob-
jected.
'So, the Board of Directors stuck
its collective neck out by experiment-
ing: it removed the table and moved
in the armchairs. There was great
acclaim from the Reeves group but
it was counteracted by a terrifying
storm of protest by "Brumm's Boys."
When Club life became intolerable
for the Board, partial retreat and
compromise was ordered. The table
was brought back and the chairs were
removed to another place. But the
new place was too crowded, and to
make it worse, was too far from the
coffee service.
As one man, the armchair crowd
spurned the chairs and began mut-
tering threats. In a rash moment, the
Board again yielded to pressure,
Inoved the chairs back to the coffee,
threw out the ping pong table and
permanently abandoned the hope of
ever finding peace in this turbulent
world.
But the issue is not settled. It is
simply held in a dangerous state of
suspense which may be broken by the'
arguments of either Professor Reeves
or Professor Brumm Tuesday. The
Board, it is said, will watch the
results of the debate with extreme
interest.
Speech M.en
To Leave Soon
Coivejtion To Be eldl
In Oklahoma City'
Six members of the speech depart-
ment will attend the annual conven-
tion of the Central States Speech
Association to be held April 17, 18
and 19 in Oklahoma City, it was an-
nounced yesterday.
Prof. Harlan Bloomer, Prof. G. E.
Densmore. Prof. William P. Halstead,
Prof. Kenneth G. Hance, Prof. Henry
Moser and Glen E. Mills will be the
University representatives to attend.
Prof. Bloomer, who will serve as
chairman of a session devoted to
speech correction, will deliver talks
on "New Data on Breathing Revealed
by the Roentgen-Kymograph" and on
"The Organization and Management
of Speech Clinics."
Professor Densmore, a member of
the executive council of the National
Association of Teachers of Speech
will discuss "Requirements for Suc-
cess in the Graduate School." In addi-
tion, he wil act as chairman of a sec-
tional meeting on "The Introductory
College Course."
+Professor Halstead will speak on
"The Scope of Training for Special-
ists in Speech" at one of the sectional
meetings. Professor Moser will dis-
cuss the "Personalizing of the Begin-
ning Course in Speech on the College
Level."
Duties Of Officer
To Be Discussed
By Commdr. Pyne
"The Duties of the Reserve Officer"
will be discussed by Commander S. N.
Pyne, U.S.N., of the Bureau of Ships,
at 4 p.m. today in Room 348 West
Engineering Building.
This series of lectures on naval
subjects, designed to acquaint candi-

dates for a commission in the Naval
Reserve with various aspects of the
Navy, was inaugurated on March 24
by Captain Lyal A. Davidson, Com-
mandant of the University's Naval
ROTC unit. Captain Davidson's talks,
which are the backbone of this series,
are designed to familiarize candidates
for the Reserve with the customs
and traditions of the service.
One guest speaker, Commdr. I. N'
Wallin, has already come to Ann Ar-
bor. Counnander Wallin talked on
"New Construction" on March 27.
Federal Judge To Talk
Hon Frank Picard, Federal Judge
of the Eastern District of Michigan
in Detroit, will discuss various prob-
lems of young 1awyers at a Cathoi(
lawyers' dinner at 6 pm. today in the
Union.
A graduate of the University Law
School in 1912, Judge Picard is a
former Democratic candidate for the
Senate and co-author of the Michi-
gan Employment Act.

'King Of Kings'
To Be Shown DAILY
Movie Will Be Revived
During Holy Week
TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1941
Because of the success of the past VOL. LI. No. 136
two revivals, the motion picture, PublIcation In the Daily Official
"King-of Kings" will again be shown Bulletin Is constructive notice to al
during Holy Week this year, Rev, members of the University.
Charles W. Brashares, of Ann Arbor
King of Kings Committee, announced Notices
yesterday.
Exhibited at a local theatre, the Notice in re University Property Re-
picture will be presented each morn- moved frxm the City or off University
ing at 11:15 throughout Holy Week Property: Any University representa-
-tomorrow through Saturday-ex- tive having charge of University pro-
cept Good Friday when the program perty should give notice in advance to
will start at 12:15. The showing is the Inventory Clerk, Business Office,
sponsored by the Ann Arbor Min- University Hall, when such property is
isters' Association. to be taken outside the City of Ann
"The King of Kings is still the Arbor or off University property for
greatest picture of the life of Christ use in any University project, as, for
ever made," Reverend Brashares said, example, the W.P.A. A loss recently
"and although it was made 14 years occurred on which the University had
ago, it was so fir ahead of its time no insurance because of the fact that
that today the picture still has an no notice had been given to the In-
awe-inspiring effect on its audi- ventory Clerk that such property had
ences." been taken to the location where it
The role of The Christ is played by was in use, and the property was
H. B. Warner. Other stars still act- therefore not covered by the insurance
ive in pictures who had promineitt policy.
roles in the film are Joseph Schild- Shirley W. Smith
kraut. May Robson and William;
Body. The production was directed Iome Loans: The University In-
by Dy Mille. vestment Office, 100 South Wing,

OFFICIAL

provide for the year 1941-42. Candi-
dates must be recommended by the
institutions in which they are en-
rolled. Selection, which is made by
the donors, is on the basis of high
scholastic ability in the field of con-
centration, together with character.
Recommendations must be made be-
fore May 1, 1941. Students who be-
lieve themselves qualified and seek
recommendation by this University
should apply to Dr. Frank E. Robbins,
Assistant to the President, 1021 An-
gell Hall.
Detroit Northwestern high School
Graduates: A one-year tuition schol-'
arship in this University, in honor of
Miss Julia E. Gettemy, B.L. '98, for
many years teacher of public speak-
ing and dramatics at the Northwest-
ern High School, Detroit, is being
offered by her sister, Miss Winifred
Gettemy of East Lansing. The holder
must be a graduate of Northwestern
High School, preferably a man, and

Academic Notices
Biological Chemistry Seminar will
be held tonight in Room 319, West
Medical Building at, 7:30. Subject:
"The Serum Proteins, Chemistry and
Distribution." All interested invited.
History 50: Midsemester, Thurs-
day, April 10, 10 a.m. Ahlstrom
through Jubb in 231 A.H.; Karchmer
through Zarnow in Room B, Haven
Hall.
Fine Arts 192, "Art of China," 2-
hour review: 8-10 this morning,
Room D, A.M.H.
To Students Enrolled for Series
of Lectures on Naval Subjects: Com-
mander S. N. Pyne, U.S. Navy from
the Bureau of Ships, Navy Depart-
ment, will deliver a lecture on "The
Duties of the Reserve Officer" at
4:00 p.m. today in Room 348 West
Engineering Bldg.
ConcertsH
Organ Recital: The annual Holy
'Week organ recital will be given by
Palmer Christian, University Organ
ist at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday, April
9, in Hill Auditorium. Included in
the program will be two Bach Choral
Preludes from the Lutheran liturgy,
the Good Friday music from Wag-
ner's "Pairsifal," two numbers by Du-
pre, "Jesus Meets His Mother" (Sta-
tions of the Cross), and Crucifixion
(Passion Symphony), as well as oth-
er compositions of appropriate sig-
nificance. The recital will be com-
plimentary to the general public.
Exhibitions

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one who is specializing in English or
Speech; he must have a scholarship
average of at least B. Letters of ap-
plication should be sent to B. J. Riv-
ett, Principal, Northwestern High.
School, Detroit, with a transcript of
the applicant's University record to
date, before April 15.

(Ierma,. Play

will be glad to consult with anyone
considering building or buying a
home or refinancing existing mort-

-%4'gages. The University has money to'
S' loan on mortgages and is eligible to The Cleveland Alumnae Group is
Co n mees 'make F.H.A. loans. offering a partial Tuition Scholar-
Iship of $75.00 to undergraduate
Are ame The Automobile Regulation will be women from that city. Application
Are Named ~lifted rfor the Spring vacation period bak ar'villenw tth
from 12 Noon on Friday, April 11, Alumnae Council Office in the Mich-
Committee chairmen for the an- until 8:00 a.m. on Monday, April 21. igan League, and should be returned
nual play to be given April 28 in the Office of the Dean of Students by April 12.
Lydia Mendelssoh1n Theatre by
Ldsh erdein hae bn anFaculty, College of Literature, Sci- School of Education, School off
Deounced by Dr. Otto . Graf of the ence, and the Arts: Midsemester re- Forestry and Conservation, School
Germnepbyart .Gfports are due not later than Satur- of Music: Midsemester reports in-
German department, day, April 12. dicating students enrolled in these
Robert Sykes. '44, will take charge, Report cards are being distributed units doing unsatisfactory work in
of properties; Robert Mellencamp, as- to all department offices. This year any unit of the University are due
sistant in stagecraft and speech, is for the first time special green cards in the office of the school April 12
executing the sets; Liese Price, '43, are being provided for freshmen re- at noon. Report blanks for this pur-
is business manager and Gertrude ports. Green cards should be returned pose may be secured from the office
Frey, '41, president of the organiza- to the office of the Academic Coun- of the school or from Room 4, Uni-
tion, is bookholder. selors, 108 Mason Hall; white cards versity Hall.
-"Litteratur," by Arthur Schnitzler, (reporting sophomores, juniors and
will be the curtain raiser in the pro- seniors) to 1220 Angell Hall.; College of Architecture: Midsemes-
gram. It is a literary farce poking Midsemester reports should name ' ter reports indicating students en-
fun at the literary "pretentions" of those students, freshmen and upper- rolled in the College of Architecture
two Bohemian artists, Margaret and class, whose standing at mid-semes- doing unsatisfactory work in any
Gilbert. ter is D or E, not merely those who re- unit of the University are due in
Klemens will be played by John ceive D or E in so-called mid-semes- Room 207 Architecture on April 10.
Ebelke, Grad., Margaret by June Lar- 'ter examinations. Report blanks for this purpose may
son, '41, and Gilbert by Fritz Fried- Students electing our courses, but be secured from the office of the
laender, '41. registered in other schools or col College or from Room 4, University
Also by Schnitzler is "Grosse leges of the University should be re- Hall.
" by h i ported to the school or college in
Szened the other play to be per- which they are registered. Men's Residence Halls: Present oc-
formed. It is built ound the psy- Additional cards may be had at cupants of the Men's Residence Halls
chological analysis of an actor who 108 Mason Hall or 1220 Angell Hall. may secure reapplication forms for
fails to make a distinction between E. A. Walter the year 1941-42 from their House
pretense and reality. Assistant Dean Directors. As soon as a form is com-
His wife, sophie, a 'conventional pleted, it should be returned to the

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Exhibit: Defense Housing, arranged
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(continued on Page 4)
MICHIGAN
Special Tonight Only
ON THE sTAGE
CORPS 6E'BALLET
in
"DANCE OF THE HOURS"
with
Ann Arbor Civic Orchestra
40 pupils and assistants from the Sylvia
Studio in a series of dances accompan-
ied 'by the 40-piece Civic Orchestra
directed by William Champion.
Between shows at 8:50 only.
with
Ef'Y STEPROtSEON SZ. l EA
MILS ATH gY PA
DOROTHBY t
- - lso -
"Wild Boar Hunt"
Sporting Thrills
"Rodeo Goes To Town"
"Crackpot Quail"
Other features too

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WANTED TO BUY -4
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person, cannot reconcile herself to
her husband's play-acting off the
stage. Falk, the actor's director, func-
tions as a raisonneur and tries to
reconcile Sophie and her husband,
Barnard Plans
OrganRecital

' Freshmen, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts: Freshmen
may not drop courses without E
grade after Saturday, April 12. In
administering this rule, students
with less than 24 hours of credit are,
considered freshmen. Exceptions
may be made in extraordinary cir-
cumstances, such as severe or long
continued illness.
E. H. Walter,
Assistant Dean

In his concluding organ vesper pro-
gram, which will be held at 4:15 p.m. Students, College of Engineering:
today at the First Presbyterian The final day for removal of in-
Church, William Barnard, church or- completes will be Saturday, April 12.
ganist, will play Frescobaldi's "To- Petitions for extension of this time
cata per l'Elevazione." must be on file in the Secretary's
cata l'Elvazine."Office on or before that date.
Erwin Scherdt, tenor, will sing "Re- A. 1. Lovell, Secretary
citative and Air" from Handel's Mes-
siah. The program will continue with The Detroit Armenian Women's
the organ selection. "0 Sacred Heart, Club Scholarship: Young men or wo-
Now Wounded," by Bach and a men undergraduate students who are
vocal quartet, "God So Loved the enrolled this year, who are of Armen-
World," from Sainer's "Crucifixion,' ian parentage, and whose residence
which will be' sung by iour members is in Detroit may apply for the schol-
of the church.i arship of $100 which the Detroit
"I Call to Thee, Lord Jesus Christ," Armenian Women's Club intends to
by Bach, is Mr. Barnard's next of- --77 - 7 -
fering. This will be followed by the
vocal trio, "Jesus, Thy Boundless DAILY 2-4-7-9 P.M.
fove," by DeLamarter. Karg-Elert's
"Pi'ologus Tragicus" and a vesper
hymn will close the organ program.
Madeline Ardue Now Playing!
o Offe.r la

House Director, and it should be in
her hands by April 25.
Students who plan to enter the
Hopwood Contests should obtain a
statement of this semester's record
from their instructors before spring
recess. They should also have their
record of last semester sent from the
Recorder's Office to the Hopwood
Room.
R. W. Cowden
Summer Jobs: A representative of
the H. J. Heinz Company will be in
Ann Arbor Wednesday to interview
men for summer work.
Students who are interested may
call at the Bureau of Appointments,
201 Mason Hall, or see Mr. Hilde-
brand, Room 304 of the Union,
Wednesday.
v .."'. 4

TLL.
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Going Home?'
It won't be long i1. Spring Vacation - that day you've
been waitiig for - So why not save mnoney and start
looking for that ride home now? The MICHIGAN
DAILY is yo m best bet whether, you want someone to

Madeline Ardner, '41SM, will ofler
a piano recital in partial fulfillment
of tile requiremets fort he degrees
of Bachelor of Music at 4:15 pm.
today in the 1,yd41, Men elssolin The-
A student of Prof. Mabel Ross
Rhead of the School of Music, Miss
Ardner received her training before
coming to the University from Harold
Bauer in Vivey, Switzerland, and
from Edward Schirner in Cleveland,
Ohio.
Her program will open with Bach's
"Toccata in D minor" and will con-
tinue with Haydn's "Sonata in D
major," Beethoven's "Sonata, Op. 90"
and "Sonatine" by Ravel.

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