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PAGE .T. THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESAY, Ar

Hopkins, Bailey
Will Address
AIEE Dinner
MSC Electrical Engineers
To Attend Final Session
Of Michigan Chapters
Members of the student branch of
the American Institute of Electrical
Engineers, faculty men, and officers
of the Michigan section and the stu-
dent chapter at Michigan State Col-
lege will take their final fling of the
year May 1, when the AIEE's an-
nual spring banquet will be held at
the League.
Although the topic of his address
has not yet been disclosed, Prof. Louis
A. Hopkins of the mathematics de-
partment has agreed to make the ad-
dress of the evening, probably on
some phase of current affairs.
Also scheduled for the evening'.
speaking program are short talks by
Prof. Benjamin Bailey, chairman of
the electrical engineering department,
and Prof. James S. Gault, of the same
department, faculty adviser to the
chapter.
In addition to the engineering fac-
ulty men present, it is expected that
several officers of the Michigan sec-
tion of the AIEE will attend, and
the chairman and treasurer of the
student section at MSC have already
signified their intentions of being
here for the occasion.
CLASSIFIED
DIRECTORY
TAILORING & PRESSING-12
STOCKWELL residents - Skilled al-
terations, promptly done. Just
across the street. Phone 2-2678.
A. Graves. 28c
TRANSPOITATION

All Applicants
For Program,
To lie Called
(Continued from Page 2 )
work unimpeded by his slower fellows,
and by the obstructions offered by
much of the formal class-work rou-
tine which is so largely followed.
After two years of careful discus-
'ion of the problem, this group of
men proposed the tutorial, or honors
system in essentially its present form.
That is, that students should workj
.n very small groups under/ a tutor,I
taking up a broad study of a general
:ield, learning to criticize and eval-
uate the material studied which wouldj
be mainly from original sources in-
3tead of texts, and also learning to
think constructively and indepen-
dently.
As Dean Woodburne puts it, "In-
finitely superior to learning facts, is
'arning how to get the facts, put
them together, and draw conclusions
from them."
French Group
Will Sponsor
Play Friday,

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By GLORIA NISHON
and DAVE LACIIENBRUCII
Astounding news of the week
cones from University House
where the 13 residents, taking a
total of 141 hours of graduate
work last semester, came out with
a grand score of 474 honor points.'
Several of the girls were honored
at the Honors Convocation Friday
and four others ;won scholarships.
Two were awarded May Preston
Slosson fellowships given annually
ny the American Association of Uni-
versity Women and Elizabeth Corn-
wall was guest of honor at the an-
nual AAUW luncheon here Satur-
day. She received a $500 award.
Lorene Shisler, another residentj
of University House, was given a
$1000 Rackham fellowship. This
scholastic record should prove that
it can be done ....
Mosher Hall held a victrola dance
in their radio room Saturday axid
Stockwell had a radio dance the
same night.
Betsy Barbour also came into
the news with a big reunion Sun-
day when the Barbour Alumnae
Association held its annual meet-
ing at 11 a.m. in the parlors of
the house. Guests outside of the

Julius Chajes,
Noted Pianist,
To Play Hre
Julius Chajes, internationally-
known pianist and composer, and
Miss Marguerite Kozenn, soprano, a
graduate of the Milan Conservatory
and the Mozarteum in Salzburg,
Austria, will give a recital sponsored
iointly by the Hillel Foundation and
Avukah, student Zionist group, at 8
p.m. Sunday in the League, Evelyn
Sislin, '41, announced yesterday.
Chajes was honor prize winner in
the 1933 Vienna International piano
competition and is a formner pro-
fessor of music at Tel Aviv. His re-
citals in the United States include
one given in Carnegie Hall and sev-
eral over the air. Noted for his mu-
sical compositions, he composed his
first string quartet at the age of 13.
His compositions have been played
by Casal, Elman, the Rose Quartet,
the Vienna Symphony Orchestra
and the New York Philharmonic.
Miss Kozen, a graduate of the
Vienra Conservatory, was honor
prize winner over 500 contestants at
the 1932 First International Com-
petition at Vienna and has been
prima donna of the Royal State Op-
era at Bucharest, and of the Volks-
opera, Vienna.
800 Students To Get
Gold .Life Union Pins

Joint Distribution Committee
Gives Aid To Jewish Refugees

The Joint Distribution Committee,
one of the three agencies to benefit
from the United Jewish Appealdrive
now being conducted by the B'nai
B'rith Hillel Foundation, has as its
primary purpose the feeding, cloth-
ing and sheltering of countless thou-
sands of Jewish refugees in Poland,
unoccupied France and in other
parts of Europe.
Dr. William Haber of the -econom-
ics department, in his address to the
solicitors of the drive, discussed this
aspect of the drive in detail. The
Committee was begun, he said, af-
ter the last war when 'the whole of
Europe was facing a reconstruction
period. At that time the JDC con-
cerned itself with the retraining and
education of the Jews, and in estab~
lishing schools, but it has now an
emergencyhtask of maintaining
body and soul for Jewish refugees
everywhere but in the United States.
The JDC is especially interested in
the obtaining of visas, which, Dr.
Haber pointed out, are the most valu-
able possessions in Europe today.
mrRON

Dr. B. Gottlieb Lectures
A group of twenty-one specialists
from the American Academy of Per-
iodontology are attending a three-day
course on pyorrhea treatment and
preventive dentistry given by Dr. B.
Gottlieb, visiting lecturer from Vi-
enna, at the W. K. Kellogg Founda-
tion Institute connected with the
Dental School.

The JDC has also accepted the
full responsibility for caring for the
hundreds of thousands of refugees
in Spain, in England and in South
America. Without this promise from
the JDC the governments of these
countries would have refused to ad-
mit the refugees and if they become
public charges they are to be de-
ported. In order, therefore, to con-i
tinue this humanitarian work it is
imperative, emphasized Dr. Haber,
that adequate funds be obtained. A
great part of the national 25 million
dollar goal will go to the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee toward which
the Ann Arbor community hopes to
contribute $3,500.
Film To Be Shown
A special showing of the. "MarkE
of'Zorro,"' starring Douglas Fairbanks
Sr. in the leading role, will be given
at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in the Lydia
Mendelssohn Theatre for holders of
series tickets, it was announced yes-
terday.

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WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL-
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Killins Gravel Company, phone
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WISE Real Estate Dealers: Run
listings of your vacant houses in
The Daily. Dial 23-24-1 for spe-
cial rates. 353
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Also lovely double room with ad-
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summer school, or September.
Phone 8544-422 E. Washington.
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LOST and'FOUND
FOUND-Will the person whose
blanket we took from their car on
Sunday please call 592 Jordan.
352
LOST-Small black memorandum
book in or near the Michigan
League. Please call League or
2-3251. 349

Colorful costumes of the eighteenth
century court life and powdered wigs
will be worn by members of the cast
of "Le Jeu de L'Amour et du Hasard,"
this year's French play sponsored by
Le Cercle Francais at 8:30 p.m. Fri-
day in the Lydia Mendelssohn The-
atre.
The comedy of manners and cir-
cumstance by Pierre Marivaux will re-
enact the complicated situation of
two betrothed young society members
who decide to deceive each other
when they first meet.
They disguise their lackey and
maid as themselves and dress as com-'
moners. These dramatic circumstan-
ces lay the foundation for' the light
witty satire for which Marivaux is
famous.
In the cast are Elsie Jenson, '42,
Kenneth Mable, '41, Jeanne Bolgi-
ano, '43, Henry Barringer, '42,. Warn-
er Heineman, '43, and Robert Lang-
lois, '44.
The play is under the direction of
Prof. Charles Koella. Prof. Rene Tal-
amon, and Mr. James O'Neill of the
romance languages department.
'Requiem' Discussed.
Prof. Leonard Gregory of the mu-
sic school will conclude the series
of music seminars with a discussion
of Verdi's "Requiem" at 4:15 p.m.
today at Lane Hall.

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alumnae were iMrs. Duean iMyers
MissJeanett Fery ad Ms, Gold Union life membership pins
Miss Jeannette Perry and Mrs. aenwrayfralmnsuet
Leona Diekema, all past directors are now ready for all men students
of the house. The alumnae were who will have completed four ac-
guests of Barbour for dinner and credited years of academic work this
for the night. June.
fr___e_____._Approximately 800 students are
eligible for the awards, according to
Charles Heinen, '41E, secretary of the
AS ead sUnion. They may be picked up at
the Union business offices, basement
To Be Elected floor, between 9 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
each day.
More than 13,000 life membership
Officers for the coming year will be pins have been given out since the
elected by members of the University inauguration of the plan in 1926.
student chapter of the American So- Prior to that year life memberships
stuentchpte o th Amrian o-were available only for an extra
ciety of Mechanical Engineers when charge.
they hold a regular meeting at 7:30----t-n-
p.m. tomorrow in the Union, Sabin
Crocker, Jr., '41E, has announced.
Although there will be no speaker
on the program, the meeting will also
include the presentation of a book,jTHE MEC
"The Biography of James Harkness,"
to the student voted the most out-
standing member of the chapter. The
book was presented to the chapter by
the national chapter of the ASME.
Following the election and a short
business meeting, a smoker will be
held.

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stocks in the State.
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