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Army To Hold
Tag Day Drive
Collections in the annual campaign
for funds to aid in. the drive again-:t
cancer will be held Saturday, annual
Tag Day of the Women's Army :ior
the Control of Cancer, Mrs. H. Marvin
Pollard, vice-commander of this dis-
trict announced yesterday.
The committee in charge of Tag
Day will be headed by Mrs. Phillip
McCallum, captain. Other officers
will be Hope Tappe, sergeant, as-
sisted bytcorporals Mary Lou An-
drews, Betty Jane Swift, Suzanne
Springer and Edith Jensen; Sergeant'
Nancy Cress, corporals Eleanor
Brown, Janet Cork, Rosalind Saw-
yer and Margaret Sawyer.
Julie Fustenberg, sergeant, Sally
Barflwell, Sally Maurice, Eunice
Mintz a'nd Betsy Shaw, corporals;
Lucy Ann Purdom, sergeant, Elean-
or Wile, Jean Maurice, Angela Dob-
son and Ruth Wolfe, corporals; Wini-
fred Boak, sergeant, Katherine Lewis,
Francis Mullin, Georgiana Clark and
Peggy Peterson, corporals.
The list continues with Gale Hunt-
ington, sergeant, Mary Emery. Joan
Badgley, Mary Gray and Sally Ed-
wards, corporals; Betty Ann Bangs,
sergeant, Dorothea Sleator, Gultekin
Aga-Ogle, Marilyn 'Bothman and
Nancy Lou Thompson, corporals.
Mary Ann Olson, sergeant, Ann'
Ailing, Margaret Yoakum and Har-
SProf. Saunders MacLane
Gives Second Lecture
In the second of the six Alexander;
Ziwet Lectures in Mathematics, Prof.
Saunders MacLane of Harvard Uni-
versity will speak at 4:00 p.m. to-
morrow in Natural Science Auditor-
ium on "Cangnical Forms for Group
The ,Alexander Ziwet Lectures are
given every year by a visiting mathe-
matician under the sponsorship of
the Alexander Ziwet Research Fund.
The third of the lectures will be
delivered Friday on the topic "Linear
Algebras and Group Algebras."
"Group Extensions and Number
Fields" will be the topic of the fourth
lecture on Monday, April 28.
"Extension and Unit Groups" will
be the topic on Wednesday, April 30.
The last of the lectures will be on
"Group Invariants of Adic Fields,"
to be given on Friday, May 2.
>ix Faculty Men
A te d Conference
Of Speech Groups
Six members of the speech depart-
ment attended the annual conven-
tion of the Central States Speech
Association held April 17, 18 and 19
in Oklahoma City where they pre-
sented papers in fields in which they
The University representatives at-
tending the national conference were
Prof. Harlan Bloomer, Prof. G. E.
Densmore, Prof. William Halstead,
Prof. Kenneth G. Hance, Prof. Henry
Moser and Glen Mills.
Professor Bloomer served as chair-
man of the session devoted to speech
correction delivering papers on "New
Data on Breathing Revealed by the
Roentgen-Kymograph" and on "The
Organizations of Speech Clinics."
Professor Densmore, a member of
the executive council of the National
Teachers of Speech discussed "Re-
quirements for Success in the Grad-
uate School" and acted as chairman
of the sectional meeting on the "The
Introductory College Course."
Professor Halstead spoke on "The
Scope of Training for Specialists
in Speech" at one of the sectional
Petitions D ue
Applications Are Available
In South Wing Office,
Application blanks for staff posi-
tions in the' men's and, women's
dormitories for the coming Univer-
sity year are now available in the
office of the Director of Residence
Halls, 205 South Wing, Prof. Karl
Litzenberg, Director, revealed yester-
Applications will be received for
Women's Residence Hall Assistant-
ships from graduate and professional
tudents, juniors and seniors. A lim-
ted number of graduate counselor-
ships and undergraduate staff as-
sistantships will probably be open
for the coming year, he continued.
The positions of Men's Residence
Halls assistant will be available to
graduate and professional students,
and from men who will be seniors
during the coming University year.
In State Finals
State Championship High
Debate will be held at 8 p.m.
in Hill Auditorium between
and Detroit Mackenzie high
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Christian Science Organization will
meet tonight at 8:15 in the chapel
'of the Michigan League.
The Bibliophiles section of the Fac-
ulty Wonien's Club will meet today at
2:30 p.m. at 1504 Marlboro Drive.
Research Club: The Annual Me-
morial Meeting will be held in the
Rackham Amphitheatre Wednesday
evening, April 23, at eight o'clock.
The memtbers of the Women's Re-
search Club and of the Junior Re-
search Club are cordially invited.
Dean Henry M. Bates will read a pa-
per on the late Associate Justice
Oliver Wendell Holmes and Prof.
H. H. Willard a paper on the noted
chemist and physicist, Robert Boyle.
Vocational Guidance Talk on Mu-
sic: Dr. Earl V. Moore, Director of the
School of Music, will speak on the
requirements for admission to this
School, and various aspects of the
profession, at 4:15 p.m. on Thursday,
April 24, in the Small Ballroom of
the Michigan Union. Students inter-
ested in taking work in this School
are urged to attend the meeting.
Speech Seniors and Graduate Stu-
dents: The Speech Graduate Study
club will meet Wednesday, April 23,
at 4:00 p.m. in the East Conference
room of the Rackham Building. The
members of the staff who attended
the annual convention of the Central
States Speech Association at Oklaho-
ma last week will present reviews
of the outstanding convention papers.
Graduating seniors who plan to teach
Speech are invited to attend this
The University of Michigan Flying
Club will meet on Wednesday, AprilE
23 at 8:00 p.m. at the Michigan Union.2
Important meeting. All membersl
The Pre-Medical Society will have
Dr. Robert Gesell, Professor of Physi-
ology, as guest speaker for the meet-
ing Wednesday, April 23, at 8:00 p.m.
at the Michigan Union. Dr. Gesell's
topic will be "Variations in the Solu-
tion of the Problem of Respiration,"
and will be illustrated with lantern
slides. All persons interested are in-
Phi Sigma meeting in the West Lec-
ture Room of the Rackham Building
on Wednesday, April 23 at 8:00 p.m.
Dr. Frederic Schreiber will speak on
the use of anaesthetics at birth and
their effects on the mental develop-
ment of the offspring. Slides will il-
lustrate the talk. Refreshments.
Archery Club meeting on Thurs-
day, April 24, at 4:15 p.m. in the Wo-
men's Athletic Building. Plan to
shoot at this meeting.
Pitch and Putt Club meeting on
Wednesday, April 23, at 5:00 p.m. at
the Women's Athletic Building.
Crop and Saddle will meet at Bar-
bour Gymnasium on Wednesday,
April 23, at 5.00 p.m. preliminary to
drill practice and ride. Everyone is
expected to come.
All those interested in rooming at
one of the men's cooperative houses
this coming fall semester can be in-
terviewed at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday
in Room 306 of the Union.
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.
More than 1000 high school stu-
dents will convene in Ann Arbor to
participate in the program arranged
by the University Extension division
under the direction of Arthur Secord
of the speech department who is also
the head of the Michigan State High
School Forensic Association.
The national topic which will be
debated by the star high school
squads will' be "Resolved: That the
powers of the federal government
should be decreased."
The University of Michigan Band
will present a concert before the de-
bate begins. Other features will
be a University Western Conference
baseball game which the high school
students may attend.
The two opposing teams reached
the finals by winning over their semi-
final round opponents last month.
Albion defeated Dundee while Mac-
kenzie defeated Hart.
Judges for the debate will be Prof.
G. E. Densmore of the speech depart-
ment, Prof. Carl Brandt of the engin
eering college and Prof. Wilbur Gil-
man of the University of Missouri.
Dean Erich A. Walter of the literary
college will act as chairman.
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