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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, ARIL' 46, 1941

Schoolmasters Club Meets
For Annual Conference

French Play
To Be Given

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Here May

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Briggs And Judd Keynote
Sessions On Problems
Of Curriculum Revision
(Continued from Page 1)
better informed about social and eco-
nomic trends in order that they may
give their students an understand-
MICHIGAN
-NOW SHOWING -

ing of their adult responsibility.
More constructive programs should
be offered to young people in the
community to find jobs and to con-
tinue their education. Training for
adulthood should be the ultimate goal
of our school systems, he concluded.
Education must not only teach
verlal moral attitudes, but must in-
still habit attitudes, but must in-
Elsie Smithies, Assistant Principal of
the Chicago University High School,
maintained before a Conference of
Deans and Advisers of Women.
Stress On Radio

"Le Jeu de L'Amour et Du Hasard,
the current French play will be given
by French students May 2 in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre under the
aupices of Le Cercle Francais.
Going into its final stage of rehear-
sals, the comedy of manners and cir-
cu mstance written by Marivaux, fam-
ous eighteenth century dramatist will
tell the story of the mistaken identity
of two lovers.
Members of the cast selected on the
basis of their excellence in French
and heirhermatice ility include

A grave mistake in American edu- Elsie Jensen, '42, who will play the
cation is the standard of "passing role of Sylvia; Jeanne Bolgiano, '43,
grades." Miss Smithies explained as the maid; and Kenneth Marble,
that passing grades create an atti- '41, as Dorante, the son of the man
tude of getting by. The grading who disguises himself to his fiancee
system, she declared, made "prigs and falls in love with her when she
and intellectual snobs out of some, is disguised as her maid. Others in
and cheaters out of a great many." the cast are Robert Langlois, '44,
Several different aspects of modern Warner Heineman, '43, Ernest Mc-
methods of teaching of speech, from Carus, '43.
the elementary and intermediate-
grades through college, were dis-
cussed Friday at the annual meeting onor Stu ents I
of the Michigan Association of Teach-
ers of Speech. ear Address
With so much stress laid at pres-
ent upon the radio as a medium of
shaping public opinion during an em- (Continued from Page 1)
ergency and upon telephone contact - --- --
in a crisis, it is essential that pro- students who have pursued the second
per and effective speech be developed mile of "voluntary excellence," to
to its maximum, explained Mr. Gil- bring that self-discipline to the world,
man of the Speech Department of he concluded.
the University of Missouri. The effi-
ciency of a nation, like that of a At the first Annual Honors Con-
army is limited by its effectiveness vocation of the School of Business
of communication. Administration held Thursday in the

A GREAT CAST!
With four thrilling
favorites giving
magnificent perform
Ances.
A GREAT DIRECTOR!
John Cromwell, who
made "Prisoner of
Zenda," "Of Human
Bondage."
David L. Loew , Albert Lewin
present
SO ENDS
OUR NIGHT
storring
FREDRIC MARGARET FRANCES
-.MARCH SULAtAh&E
Glonn Ford Anna Sten aw Erich Von Strohelm
Matinees 25c - Nights 40c
- Sunday --
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Dr. Jose E. Espinosa told a group ig
of high school teachers in an address ing, Dean Clare E. Griffin announced
yesterday that the attempt in Span-s the recipients of the following fellow-
ystAeryancoutriesyteivo4ships, scholarships, and awards for
themselves culturally from their Mo- 14-1
ther country had failed because they The University of Michigan Alumni
retained the same language. Club of Pittsburgh Scholarship, Har-
M Conference old T. Bruner, '41BAd; University
Music Conference aScholarship in Professional School,
Music Conference members attend-
ed a concert in Hill Auditorium, Wilfred A: Shale, '41BAd; and Arthur
where Charles McNeil conducted the Anderson Fellowship in Accounting,
University Concert Band in a clinic, Lynn A. Townsend, '41BAd; The J.F.
reading through four well-known se- Lloyd Alexander Fellowship in Real
lections, "El Capitan" March, Ketel- Estate (1941-42) Allyn C. Ferguson,
bey's "In A Persion Market," the Fin- '42BAd.
ale from Dvorak's "New World Sym- 1 Students who were named to Beta
phony," and the Finale from Tschai- Gamma Sigma, honorary business
kowsky's "Fourth Symphony." fraternity, include: Sidney Davidson,

SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 194
VOL. LI. No. 144
Publication in the Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of tce university.
Notices
Notice to School of Music Faculty
nd Students: By order of the Execu-
ive Committee of the School of Mu-
ic, classes in music meeting in the
urton Memorial Tower, with the
xception of C212, will be suspended
oday on account of the Schoolmast-
rs' Club and State Vocal Festival
,ctivities.
Earl V. Moore, Director
College of Literature, Science, and
he Arts Departmental Chairmen,
Graduate Advisors, and Concentra-
ion Advisors: A meeting of the de-
artmental chairmen, graduate ad-
isors, and concentration advisors in
he College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts is being called for Mon-
day, April 28, at 4:15 p.m. in 1025
Angell Hall, to discuss the procedures
which will be necessary for the de-
ferment of students under the Selec-
tive Service Act after the present
academic year. Professor L. A. Hop-
kins, Chairman of the University
Committee on National Defense, will
explain the proposed procedures and
will answer questions which are raised
in the discussion.
M. Gomberg Scholarship and Paul
F. Bagley Scholarship in Chemistry:
These scholarships of $200 each are
open to juniors and seniors majoring
in chemistry. Preference will be giv-
en to those needing financial assist-
ance. Application blanks may be ob-
tained in Room 212 Chemistry Build-
ing and must be filed not later than
May 10.
Attention All Seniors of the College
of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Senior class dues must be paid be-
tween April 23 and April 30. This
is necessary for any senior's name to
appear in Commencement announce-
ments. Dues may be paid in Angell
Hall lobby between 1:00 and 4:00
p.m. daily.
Summer Jobs-Sales: Men who are
interested in sales work for the sum-
mer are invited by the Fuller Brush
Company to a movie to be shown at
the Michigan Union May 1st at 4
p.m. Further information may be
obtained at the Bureau of Appoint-
ments, 201 Mason Hall, hours 9-12,
2-4.
The University Bureau of Appoint-
ments and Occupational Information
has received a letter from the Indians
and Michigan Electric Company o
South Bend, Indiana that they woul
like to interview seniors' in the school
of Electrical and Mechanical Engin-
eering who have majored in powe
plant, power transmission, etc. Pleas
call Extension 371 or stop in at 20
Mason Hall for appointment.
The University Bureau of Appoint
ments and Occupational Informatior
has received notice of the followin
Civil Service Examinations. Las
Last Day
CHARLES CHAPLIN
"GREAT DICTATOR"
Coming Sunday
as its three
great stars...
this surging
a sea-drame

?from the thrill-
packed pen of
Jack London!

date for filing application is May 7,
1941.
DETROIT CIVIL SERVICE
Materials Laboratory Aid, salary
$1,560.
Junior Sanitary Chemist, salary
$1,920.
Complete information on file at the
Bureau, 201 Mason Hall. Office
hours: 9-12 and 2-4.t
Academic Notices
Bacteriology Seminar, Monday,
April 28, at 8:00 p.m. in Room 1564
East Medical Building. The subject
will be "Measles." All interested are
invited.

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Exhibitions
Exhibition: John James Clarkson--
Oils, Water Colors and Drawings. Ex-
hibition Galleries of the Rackham
School, March 28-April 26. Daily (ex-
cept <Sundays) including evenings.
Auspices: Ann Arbor Art Association
and Institute of Fine Arts. University
of Michigan.
Events Today
The panel sessions of the eleventh
annual Spring Parley will be held to-
day at 2:15 p.m. and again at 7:30
p.m. in the following rooms of the
Union:
Post-War Reconstruction, Room
302.
America During Defense Room 304.

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k Concerts
Orchestra and Choral Concert: The
Michigan School Vocal Association, in
cooperation with the Music Section
of the Schoolmasters' Club, will close
its Fifth Annual Solo and Ensemble
Festival in a joint concert by tho
University Symphony Orchestra, Thor
Johnson, Conductor, and the com-
bined school choruses of nearly one
thousand participants this afternoon
at 4:30 in Hill Auditorium.
The program will include "Peter
and the Wolf" by Prokofieff, with
Hardin Van Deursen as narrator.
The public is invited without ad-
mission charge.

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A SPR ING TONIC
in food menus. A change in diet, a
healthier bill of fare, new experiences
in good eating. . . . dinner at Flautz's.

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WINES - Bottled and Drought -BEER

The Flautz Cafe
122 West Washington

Education in Emergency, Room
305.
A last general session will be held
in the North Lounge of the Union
at, 9:00 p.m.
Pi Lambda Theta will hold its
spring initiation and reception to-
night at 7:00 in the Michigan League.
All members are cordially invited.
Petitions for house Committee
Chairman of the Michigan League,
open to all girls of the class of 1942,
are to be turned in to the Under-
graduate Office today by 12:00 noon.
This League Council position has
been substituted for the Publicity
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FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST
Ann Arbor, Michigan
Cordially invites you to attend a

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FREE LECTURE on Christian Science
Entitled
"CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: ITS CHALLENGE
TO THE WRONG THINKING OF THE AGES"
by
PETER V. ROSS, C. S. B.
of San Francisco, Calif.
Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church
The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Mass.
MASONIC TEMPLE
South Fourth Avenue
SUNDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, 1941, AT 8:00

Opening the evening session of the Larry F. Hartjen, Richard H. Kent,
music group, the band presented a Harry W. Reed, Wilfred H. Shale,1
concert under Prof. William D. Revelli George A. Fogarty, and David W.E
preceding the State Championship Rice. Earl Cress was made honorary
Debate. member and Prof. H. F. Taggart was

Four group conferences will con-
vene today at 10:45 a.m. in the Rack-
ham Building to consider problems
of better health, better thinking, bet-
ter citizenship and better workman-
ship.

named as faculty member.
The Alpha Kappa Psi Medallions
were awarded to George A. Fogarty,
'42BAd, and Sidney Davidson, '41BAd.

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Davidson was also
Sigma Pi Key.

awarded the Delta

Regents Hold
6uhd-a 4 ftr-letwee 6-a ck AprilMeeting
(Continued from Page 1)
Try MARSHALL'S
Corporation of $600; and that of the
Upjohn Corporation of $750 in phar-
f ort macy.
Aygift of $1,250 was received from
M a Il Dr. Laurence Reynolds of Detroit for
Delicious M a e s purchaseof the papers of Henry
Gouldburn, a member of the British
delegation to the Pekce of Ghent.
asty Sandw iches The paper will be added to the col-
lection of documents on American
history housed in the William Clem-
Super- Sodas ents Library.
The oratorical association donated
$4,437.30 to bring the Thomas Clark
Trueblood fund to a total of $20,000.
Galens News Stand donated $750 for
photographic equipment for the Uni-
versity Hospital: An anoymous gifti
235 S. State at Liberty Phone 5933-We Deliver of $500 was received for student aid
of all descriptions. One hundred dol-
lars was received from Percival Low-
ery for the P. C. Lowery award.
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