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PAGE SIX TIHE MICHIGAN D AILY

EDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1941

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Hall, to the following classes of stu-
dents in this University, who will
graduate in June or in September,
and who may be interested in the
work of the Bureau:
Law students, business administra-
tion students, literary students who
have a good working knowledge of
any modern language, and those in
the sciences, who have knowledge of
chemistry, physics, or biology, who
might be interested in technical
positions with the Federal Bureau
of Investigation.
The opportunity is worthy of con-
sideration, if one is interested in the
type of work carried on by the F.B.I.
The beginning salary is $3,200 per
year.
Events Today
The Research Club will meet in the
Rackham Amphitheatre tonight at
8 o'clock. The papers to be present-
ed are as follows: "The Hazard of.
Overweight with Special Reference
to Diabetes Mellitus," by Professor
Louis H. Newburgh, and "Problems of
Population and Settlement in Latin'
America," by Professor Preston E.
James. The annual election of offi-
cers will be held.
The Polonia Society will meet to-
night at 7:30 in 5the Recreation
Room of the International Center.
All Polish students who are inter-i
ested in helping to build a strong
organization for next term should
not fail to be present. A continua-
tion committee will be chosen and
refreshments will be served.
Solar Motion Pictures: Recent mo-
tion pictures of prominences and oth-
er solar phenomena taken at the Mc-
Math-Hulbert Observatory will be
shown tonight at 8:00 in the Natural
Science Auditorium. While shown
primarily for the classes in descrip-
tive astronomy, any others will be'
welcome.
Alpha Phi Omega executive coun-
cil will meet today at 5:00 p.m. in
the Union. Pledges meet'at 7:30. The
regular closed chapter meeting will
be held at 8:00.
Graduate Speech Students: The
Graduate Study Club will meet to-
day at 4:00 p.m. in the East Confer-
ence Room, Rackham Building. Dr.
Thomas Clarkson Trueblood, Pro-
fessor Emeritus of Public Speaking
and founder of the Department of
Speech, will discuss the historical
background of - present-day Speech
Education.
Petitioning for the Summer Coun-
cil of the Michigan League begins

today and will continue through Sat-
urday noon, May 24. Any girl who
will be enrolled in Summer Session
is eligible. Postions open are as
follows: President, Head of Judiciary
Committee, Social Chairman, Publi-
city Chairman, and ' Secretary. In-
terviewing will be held Tuesday, May
27, by appointment. Bring eligibility
cards to interview.
Hobby House will meet today at
3:15 p.m. in the white field house on
Palmer Field. All women students
interested in wood burning and leath-
er tooling are invited to join the
group.
Carillon Programs: The bell cham-
ber of the Burton Memorial Tower
will be open to visitors interested in
observing the playing of the carillon
from 12 noon to 12:15 p.m. today,
at which time Prof. Percival Price,
University Carillonneur, will present
an informal program.
All Episcopal Students: There will
be a celebration of the Holy Com-
munion in the Bishop Williams Me-
morial Chapel this morning at 7:30.
Michigan Dames: The Child Study
Group will meet at the home of
Mrs. Harry Towsley, 1000 Berkshire
Road, at 8:00 tonight. Mrs. C. J.
Barclay will speak on "Religious
Education of the Young Child."
St. Mary's Student Chapel: Masses
for Ascension Thursday will be at 7,
8 and 9 a.m. Confessions will be
heard tonight from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.
The last Communion breakfast of
the club will be held Sunday, fol-
lowing the 10 o'clock Mass. Tickets
may be secured any day this week
up until Frida'y in the chapel audi-
torium.
Coming Events
Geology Camp: There will be a
meeting of the students interested in
going to Geology camp, Thursday,
May 22, at 7:30 p.m. in 3065 N.S.
Men's Physical Education Club will
meet on Thursday evening at 7:30
at the Michigan Union. Election of
officers.
German Club Picnic on Friday, May
23. Meet at 5:00 p.m. in front of the
Rackham Building and go to the
Island. No meeting in case of rain.
Please sign up on the bulletin board
in South Wing or University Hall.
Filipino Students, Attention: Mr.
Benjamin Guansing, Filipino Secre-
tary of the Committee on Friendly
Relations among Foreign Students,
will spend Thursday, May 22, at the
International Center. He would like
to meet as many of the Philippine-
Michigan Club as possible during his
stay. He will be at the Thursday tea
from 4 to 6, and will meet all Filipino
Students interested at 8:00 p.m. in
Room 220, Michigan Union,

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Somewhere in the South Atlantic (1), it was made known, the Egyptian liner Zamzam has been sunk
but her 201 passengers are safe in a West African por t. The liner left New York March 20 and put in at
Recife (Pernambuco), Brazil, April 8 en route to Cape ;own and Alexandria.

Captain William Gray Smith
(above), was master of the Egyp-
tian steamer Zamzam, sunk in the
South Atlantic en route from New
York to Alexandria. He's shown
as he arrived at Jersey City, N. J.,'
aboard the Zamzam Feb. 24.

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This group of youths was among those on the Egy ptian liner Zamzam when it left its Jersey City pier
March 20 bound for Africa and Egypt. They were volunteers for ambulance service in Africa. Left to right,
front: Charles A. McCarthy, Charles L. Harriss, John W. Ryan, Francis J. Vicovari, leader of the party;
Frederick W. Boeing, Capt. William Wydenbruck-Loe and George A. Tichenor. Rear: William A. Davidson,
George .utcher, George C. Finneran, Henry Emsheim :r, and Philip Faversham, son of the late actor William
Faversham.

The Duke of Aosta (above), Ital-
ian viceroy in Ethiopia and com-
mander of Italy's East African
troops, is shown here as he rested
outside his field headquarters
somewhere in Africa during the
1940 campaign. The British an-
nounced Aosta asked for terms of
surrender for his 38,000 troops sur-
rounded at Amba Alija, northeast
of Addis Ababa.

The MOE PORT SUOPS have been selected
as the official out tters for the '41 Literary,
Class and your comnmittee urges that all the
orders he placed early for Swingouts
'41 Literary Cap & Gow Conmittee
Robert Darden, Chairuaan
THE BEST IN SPORTING GOODS
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The Duke of Spoleto (above)
was named by his ,cousin, King
Vittorio lEmmajiuele of Italy, as
King, Aimone of the new Axis-
created state of Croatia in the
Balkans.

Mari Rose, an airplane engine plant employe, won the pole position for the 500-mile Indianapolis, Ind.,
speedway classic with a 10-mile mark of 128.691 miles an hour. Here Rose (in car) plants a pretended kiss'
on the cheek of his team manager, Lou Moore, who owns the racing car, at the finish of the trials.

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