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WrightWins Speech_32 Contest

Broker Group

Joy Louise Wright, '43, Battle
Creek, was awarded first place yes-
terday in the first of two second se-j
mester contests in Speech 32. Second
place went to John Steward, '43,
Miss Wright spoke on "The Second
American Revolt," indicting labor as
a menace to the country's welfare,
with strikes upholding the progress,
of the defense program. Mr. Stew-
ard, whose speech was titled, "That's
As Far As I'll Go;" maintained that
America was safe from any invasion,
and that he would refuse to fight
outside the western hemisphere.
John Dreher, '42, Ann Arbor, alsol
spoke of the labor question in "The.

1Inow-it-Ak." John i(. O'D I, '41,
Three Rivers, discuss&d "Miedicai Aid
to China.
Jim Bob Stephenson, '43, Ann Ar-
bor, gave a talk entitled "The Minis-
ter Speaks His Piece." "Hopte for the
Future" was the subject of the speech
given by Dean Thomas, '42, Des
Professor Henry Moser of the
speech department was chairman of
the contest, and Professors G. E.
Densmore, Kenneth Hance and O. L.
Crandall were judges.
Two final contests are held every
semester for members of sections in
Speech 32. Contestants are chosen
at a preliminary contest

Will Coniveute
Here Saturday



Of Real Estate Man
New House Market
Be 'Sessions' Topic

Real estate men from all over the
state will meet in Ann Arbor Satur-
day, April 19, for a conference de-
voted to the general discussion of
"The Role of Real Estate Broker in
the New House Market." The con-
ference will be sponsored by the
School of Business Administration
and the Michigan Real Estate Asso-
The meeting will be divided into
three sessionL, including an evening
banquet at, the League and a morn-
ing and afternoon group at the Rack-
ham Building. Reservations for the
banquet can be made at the regis-
tration office of the Rackham Build-
Featured at the banquet will bel
a talk by Philip H. Kniskern. a grad-
uate of the University Engineering
College and president of the National
Association of Real Estate Boards.
Mr. Kniskern, who is now in the mort-
gage business in Philadelphia, will
speak on "Real Estate in the De-
fense Emergency and Afterwards."
Also speaking at the banquet will
be A. R. Saunders, Executive Secre-
ary of the Michigan Real Estate
Speakers at the morning session
will be Raymond Foley. state director
3f the Federal Housing Administra-
tion, and D. R. Satin of Grand Ra-
pids, while W. L. Cooper of Part
Huron. Charles F. Brown of Detroit
and Robert Gerholz of Flint will.
talk at the afternoon session.
Naval Rifle Tea u
Otseores Army
In a tight match that kept the
gallery tense with excitement, the
Naval ROTC rifle team defeated a
five-man Army ROTC squad last
night by a 1758 to 1735 score.
With the newly donated Graf O'-
Hara marksmanship trophy at stake,
both teams came through with con-
sistently good shooting.
The Navy squad, in winning its
ninth match of the season, was paced
by Harry Miller, '44E, with a score
of 357, followed closely by Mait Comb,!
with 352, Captain Mort' Hunter, '44,1
with 351, Bob Begle, '43, with theI
same score and Art Thomson, '44E,
with 347 points.
Bud Engstrom, '44, of the ROTC
squad, was high man for the match,
with a total of 365. Other ROTCF
scores were: Dave' Weisberg. "4E,
355; George Hooper, '44E, 354; George3
Valette, '44, 351, and Doug Smith,
'44E, 310.
The season's record for the Navy
team is nine victories and only three

Alumnae Clubs
Will Entertailt
Several branches of the Michigan
Alumnae Club have planned their
April meetings with special attention
to the entertainment of students
home for the spring holiday..
The Owosso groups is planning a
luncheon although their arrange-
ments have not yet been completed.
Buffalo, New York, with its two
active groups of alumnae, has made
extensive plans for a luncheon honor-
ing women students now attending
the University to be given Wednes-
day, April 16, at Tuyn's tearoom on
North St.
The informal luncheon is designed
to offer an opportunity for the many
recent graduates now living in Buf-
Ia to meet their student friends.
Assisting at the function will be
Frances Fisher,.'40, Frances Whiting,
39, Jean King Martens, '39, and
Mary L. Shower, '39.
A luncheon at 12:30 Tuesday, April
15, at the Women's Club, 72 East 11
St., will be held in Chicago. Lillian
Gish, now playing in Life With fa-
ther, will be guest speaker

Pro fesor Nelson Eddy Will Speak
A i Final Spaish Club Lecture Today
A disc s.,on of itiodm uSpanish ddy. Pedrell is the person largely
music will be supplemented by several responsible for the present movement
typical recordings when Prof. Nelson among young composers to build pop-
Eddy of the Romance Languages De- ular ance tunes upon the age-old folk
partment speaks at 4:15 p.m. today rhythms.
in Room 103 Romance Languages' The recordings which are to be
Building, under the auspices of La played include works by Manuel de
Sociedad Hispanica. Falla and also some Spanish light
The beginning of the modern, na- opera.
tionalistic trend in Spanish music Professor Eddy's talk will conclude
under the leadership of Felipe Ped- the current lecture series sponsored
rell will be explained by Professor 'annually by La Sociedad Hispanica.

Catherine and Division Streets
'TlHREE lHOURS ... 12 noon-3 P.M.
"God's Appeals from The .Cross"
Addresses by The Reverend Henry Lewis
Afusi by /he Men's Section of St. Andrew's Choir, under the
direc/jion of Mr. George Faxon, Organist and Choirmaster.









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Steel in Aircraft Construction" to-
night at 7:30 in the Michigan Union.
All engineers are welcome.
Business: Officers for the next
year will be chosen.
La Sociedad Hispanica presents
Professor Nelson Eddy in a lecture on
Musica Espanola Moderna" today
at 4:15 p.m. in 103 Romance Lan-
guages Bldg.
Frosh Project Parade Committee
will audition skits this afternoon in
,he room posted as following:
4:00 Gamma Phi Beta
4:15 Jordan 2, 3
4:30 Alpha Chi Omega
4:45 Jordan 4, 5
5:00 Independents
5:15 Sorosis
5:30 Tri Delta
School for Scandal: The class in'
Oral Interpretation of Modern Drama
(Speech 164) will read the principal
scenes from Richard Brinsley Sheri-
Ian's "The School for Scandal" to-
day from 3 to 4:30 p.m., Room 302
Vlason Hall. Persons interested are
nvited~ to attend this class program.
The Liberal Students' Union of the
U'nitarian Church will give a ip'rty
tonight at 8:00 at Unity Hall. ThereE
3 ill be social dancing, folk dancing,
end refreshments. Small charge.
- i
The Garden Section of the Faculty
Women's Club will meet today at 2:30
).m. in the Michigan League.
First Presbyterian Church: Con-
nunion service and Reception of newI
membersf will be held at the Maundy
'fIbursday Communion tonight at
1 8:00. -
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church to-!
day-8:00a.m. Holy Communion;
12:15 noon, Intercessions; 8:00 p.m.
Choral Holy Communion. All serv-
ices in the church. Good Friday:
Three Hour Service from 12 noon to!
3 p.m.
Coming Events
Graduate Outing Club will meet at
.:30 pi. Sudy April 13.x Plans
will be made for a special outing
during the holiday. All graduate
students spending the holidays in
Ann Arbor are cordially invited.
The Faculty Women's Club will
hold its annual meeting and luncheon
at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 23,
in the Michigan League Ballroom.
2,eservations for the luncheon should
be made with Mrs. Clark at the
Liague not later than Monday aight,
April 21.




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