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April 09, 1941 - Image 8

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TIE MICHICAN DAILY

APRA, 9, Oll

Forestry Club To Meet
A talk on a recent survey made by
the United States Institute of tish-
eries, illustrated by colored motion
pictures, will be given at the meet-
ing of the Forestry Club at 7:30 p.m.
today in Room 2054 of the Natural
Science Building. Plans for the
club's post-vacation activities will
also be made at the meeting.
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DIRECTORY
TYPING
TYPING-Experienced. Miss Allen, I
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935 or
2-1416. 14c
TYPIST-Experienced. L. M. Hey-
wood, 414 Maynard St. Phone 5689.
27c
VIOLA STEIN--Experienced legal
typist, also mimeographing. Notary
public. Phone 6327. 706 Oakland.
TRANSPORTATION
H. B. GODFREY
MOVING - STORAGE -- PACKING
Local and Long Distance Moving.
410 N. Fourth Ave. Phone 6297!
29c
DRIVING TO MASS. Spring Vaca-
tion. Passengers needed. 1940
Plymouth. Heater, radio. "" Call
afternoons or evenings, 2-1130.
335
WANTED-Passengers to Louisville,

Meet Planned
y Edeators
Hee in July,
International Conference
Of Fellowship To Meet
Here During Summer
"Cont"nued from Page 1)
for Democracy" at the second day's
sessions.
The chief address on the theme
of "Democracy and Society" will be
given by Professor-Emeritus John
Dewey, July 7.
Discussing "America: Its Land and
Its People," July 8, will be Jonathan
Daniels, the author of "A Southerner
Discovers the South;" Dr. Paul Engle
of the State University of Iowa; and
Archibald MacLeish, the librarian of
Congress.
On the topic of "Social Change and
Education" scheduled for July 9, Dr.
Sanchez Ponton will speak on "Mex-
ican Education: Objectives and Prac-
tices" and Dr. Frederick Clarke, a
member of the Institute of Educa-
tion of London University will ad-
dress the convention on "Education-
al Changes in England.
Huxley Among Notables
Aldous Huxley, renown author of
"Point Counterpoint" and many oth-
er famous essays, will analyze "gros-
pect for the Future" and aldo.
Frank, lecturer at the New School
for Social Research, will discuss "Cul-

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DALLAS CAL-Glamorous
Dorothy Arthur will represent
Dallas in the Mardi Gras at Gal-
veston, Tex., Feb. 21-25.- She's
been educated in Switzerland
and In Montreal, Canada.

Ky. Arrive Saturday. Phone Bruce tural Relations Between the Ameri-
Corson, 8728 after 10 p.m. 336 ca."
----'- -__--------- __-- Hu Shih, Chinese ambassador to
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C. Andres make your needed re- Orienta and Occident.
pairs over the holidays. Phone Norman A. M. MacKenzie, the
7102. 20_pr.resident of the University of New
HELP WANTED -Brunswick, and Robert Sherwood,
the author of "There Shall Be No

REPRESENTATIVE of H. J. Heinz;
Company will interview students
who desire summer vacation jobs,.
in Room 304 Michigan Union on
.Wednesday, April 9th. 337!
TAILORING & PRESSING -121
TAILORED suits and coats, customI
made. Day time, evening gowns
made and remodeled. Phone 3468.:
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LAUNDERING
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STUDENT LAUNDRY-Special stu-
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South First St., Phone 3916. 10c
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WANTED -- ANY OLD OR NEWI
CLOTHING, PAY FROM $5.00 tol
$500 FOR SUITS, OVERCOATS,
TYPEWRITERS, FURS - PER-t
SIANS, MINKS. PHONE ANN AR-t
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SAM.

Night" will discuss the democracies.C
Mrs. J. Bordman Harriman, United
States minister to Norway, will ad-
dress the international conclave on
"Education and a World in Conflict."
Group Meetings Scheduled
Thirty-six group meetings will be
held on comparative education, types
of education, and trends in curricu-
lum. Five lecture-seminars will be
given on the culture, literature, his-
tory, arts and music of Latin Ameri-
ca. Two workshops will center on
the problems of "Understanding the
United States through Educational
Programs in Latin American Schools"
and "Education When Peace Comes."
Internaticnal teas will be held
-very afternoon and folk festivals will
oc held each evening.
Insurance Important Aid
To Btsiness, Says Irwin
Mr. Hampton H. Irwin, C.L.U., De-
roit, of the Massachusetts Mutual
Sife Insurance Company, spoke on
Eusiness Insurance last night at
Alpha Kappa Psi, business adminis-
tration fraternity. Actual examples
were used to stress the connection
between insurance accounting and
law.
Mr. Irwin also brought out the im-
portance of insurance as a means of
carrying out business agreements and
as an instrument in facilitating a
strong credit position.

B OO M 'S O N, A N D W E D O N 'T M E A N C A N N O N -California, like other states where defense activity is rushing,
has a building boom on its hands, especially in those sections where quarters for the soldiers are being constructed. Here are scenes
from San Diego; additional naval facilities and a coast artillery corps replacement center to house 8,500 men are being built there, In
upper view is the barracks being built at Camp Callan near San Diego. Below is a trailer colony for workmen unable to find homes,

M E R C Y-Capt. Albert M.
Moore is guiding the Red Cross
mercy ship, Cold Harbor, across
ocean' Ship's million-dollar car-
go includes food, medicine, for
Spain and France.

C I V E S I N A T L A S T-A 39-year boycott of his own opera,
begun by_ a feud with Debussy in 1902, was ended by Maurice
Maeterlinck (right) at Philadelphia where the Maeterlinck-De-
bussy "Pelleas and Melisande," was given its first production in
English. In group are Frances Greer (left), the Melisande, and
Countess Maeterlinck. The feud was over 1902 casting in Paris.

W A R C 0 T I N T H E I R H A I R '-"Just for fun" these boys from Monroe, La., shaved
their heads before war maneuvers at Camp Hulen, Tex. They belong to Battery G, 204th Coast
Artillery and wait'll the folks back home get a look at, left to right: Oliver Leonard, N. H.)Knox
Robert Robinson, Claudius House, James Williamson, Herman Guidry, John Stewart, Shelly Brezeale.

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