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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1940

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Hillel Group Approaches Goal
Of 1,000 In Membership Drive

Engine Cotncil,
Technic Board DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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The Hillel membership drive is
rapidly approaching its goal of 1000
members and the largest local chap-
ter in the United States, Herbert
London, '43, chairman of the drive,
reported yesterday.
The affiliate memberships enable
the Foundation to sponsor many ac-
tivities' ,and offer many advantages
to the members. The Hillel Forum
Series, which will bring speakers of
national reputation to speak here, is
one of the projects made possible by
the affiliate membership plan.
Holders of the affiliate member-
ships are entitled to all of the privi-
leges of the Foundation as well as
the social events, including dances
and parties, and admission to the
dramatic presentations of the Hillel
Players.
Helen Bittker, '42, who is super-
vising soliciting in Stockwell Hall, is
being assisted by Jean Tenofsky, '41,
in Mosher Hall; Gloria Donen, '43, in

Jordan Hall, and Beatrice Tishkoff,
'43, in Betsy Barbour and Helen New-
berry residence halls.
Harold Levinson, '41. is heading
the fraternity division of the drive,
and David Davidson, Grad., is con-
ducting the work in the men's dor-
mitories. London has 45 people un-
der him that are soliciting the inde-
pendents.
Star's Sister Dead?

fContinued from Page 4)
Freshman Handbook Bears
F ehcat HnTo ooBeyr- Ph.D. in Economics: Preliminary ex-
Dedication To Cooley * |aminations will be held the week be-
Includes College News I ginning October 28. Students quali-
fied to write these examinations
Bearing a dedication to Dean should leave their names in the De-
Emeritus Mortimer E. Cooley, the partment office as soon as possible if
"Arch," official freshman handbook planning to take the examinations

HOLLYWOOD,

Oct. 9.-AP)-In-j

formed today her sister, Gigett, had
been killed in a London air raid,
Madeleine Carroll, the film star, said
"I refuse to believe it until I have
had direct word."
Miss Carroll cabled her parents
and friends for confirmation.
"I am sure I would have been in-
formed if she had been killed," a
spokesman quoted the star as saying.

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of the College of Engineering, was
distributed on the campus yesterday
by members of the Engineering Coun-
cil and the Michigap Technic.
Included in the magazine, whicl
is designed to serve as a guide to all
members of the Class of '44, is a letter
by Dean Ivan C. Crawford of the
School urging all newcomers to avail
themselves of the many opportunities
which are offered at the University.
A history of the Engineering Col-
lege explaining its many interesting
traditions such as the giant slide rule
and the lightning calculator is also
in the publication together with a
story on the honor system.
In addition the staff of the volume,
headed by Robert Summerhays, '42E,
has published a list and a description
of all of the honor societies, profes-
sional groups and activities on the
campus and pictures of all engineer-
ing neophytes.
Auto Engineers Society
To Show Sound Films
Mr. James C. Zeder of the Chrysler
Engineering Dept. will address the
Society of Automotive Engineers at
their first meeting of the year at 8:00
o'clock tonight in the Rackham Am-
phitheatre. The subject of his talk
will be "The Automotive Engineer As
Viewed By His Employer" and will
involve a discussion of why chemists,
metallurgists, electricians, mechan-
ics, and members of all engineering
activities are needed in the automo-
tive industry.
The sound motion picture "Prog-
ress on Parade" will be shown, illus-
trating how progress and research
have resulted in advancements 'in
manufactuming methods; commen-
taries on the film are by Lowell
Thomas, Edwin C. Hill, and John B.
Kennedy.
Mr. A. C. Staley and Mr. R. B.
Sneed, Chairman and Vice-Chair-
man respectively of Junior Student
Activities, Society of Automotive En-
gineers will help conduct an organ-
zation meeting of the student branch
at the conclusion of the program.
At that time refreshments will be
served and applications accepted
for membership in the S. A. E.
Center Offers Classes
For Foreign Students
Classes in English for foreign stu-
dents will begin at 7 p.m. today at
the' International Center under the
Instruction of Mrs. Sara Grollman,
who has previously been a member
of the staff of International House
of New York City.
The classes, which are free, will be
limited to those who register at the
Center or at the first meeting of the
class. In addition to. this service the
Center will also sponsor a language
exchange of Spanish, Portuguese,
German, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese,
French and Russian. For a small
charge the Center will open special
group language instruction and tu-
toring.

English for Foreign Students: The
class in English for foreign students
will meet at the International Center
this evening at 7 o'clock. Foreign
students who wish to improve their
pronunciation, enlarge their vocabu-
lary, or quicken their ability to un-
derstand English upon hearing it, will
find this work under an experienced
teacher of great benefit.- The Center
is also prepared to provide approved
tutors for those who need individual
instruction.
J. R. Nelson
Physical Education for Women:
Completion tests in physical educa-
tion activities will be given as fol-
lows: Team Sports, Archery, Golf,
Tennis, Riding and Dancing, 4:30
p.m. Friday, October 11, at the Wo-
men's Athletic Building.
Sign for these tests with the ma-
tron at the Women's Athletic Build-
ing before Friday noon, October 11.
Swimming tests are given every
Tuesday and Thursday evening from
7:30 to 9:00 at the Union Pool.
This notice is especially called to
the attention of all students who re-
ceived incompletes in their physical.
education last year.

at this time.

The Society of Automotive Engin-
eers will meet tonight at 8 o'clock
in the Rackham Amphitheatre. All
engineers are urged to' attend.
House Presidents' Meeting today
at 4:30 p.m., in the Grand Rapids
Room, Michigan League. Attend-
ance compulsory.
Doris Merker, Chairman
Judiciary Council
J.G.P. Central Committee will meet
in the Council Room of the Women's
League today at 4:30 p.m.
The Arabic Culture Society - Al
Thaqafa-will meet at the Union to-
day at 5:15 p.m. to discuss plans for
the year. All interested are welcome.
Kappa Phi luncheon at 12 o'clock
noon today to meet Miss Ellen Moore,
our founder, in the Recreation Room
of the First Methodist Church.
Dance Class Assistants: All girls
who would like to assist at the Dance
Classes, meet with Margaret Whitte-
more today at 4:15 in the League or
call her at 9654.
The annual Hillel Membership
Mixer will be held at the Union Ball-
room today from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
All Hillel members are entitled to a
free admission. Affiliate member-
ships will also be sold at the door.
Women's Archery Club will meet
this afternoon at the Women's Ath-
letic Building. Women students in-
terested are urged to come and bring
a picnic lunch.
All Women Interested in Golf:
There will be a meeting of the Pitch
and Putt Club today at 4:00 p.m. at
the W.A.B. The club is open to all
women students interested in playing
golf. Freshman women are not ex-
ceptions.
Women's Fencing Club will meet
tonight at 7:30 in Barbour Gymna-
sium. All fencers are invited.
Coming Events
The Angell Hall Observatory will
be open to the public from 8:80 to
10:00 Friday evening, October 11.
The moon Will be shown during the
entire evening and the planets, Saturn
and Jupiter, during the latter part
of the evening. Children must be
accompanied by adults.
German Club: The Fall picnic will

be lhl SaPird y, Oef oher 2.MeetI
in front of the Rackham building at
4:30 p.m. and then go to the Island.
Small charge. In case of rain the
picnic will not be held. Make reser-
vations immediately with your in- I
structor or with the secretary of the
German department. Students of
German and all others interested are
cordially invited.
Graduate Outing Club will meet on
Sunday, Oct. 13, at 2:30 p.m. in the
rear of the Rackham Building for a
hike. Supper available after the hike.
All graduate students, alumni, and
faculty invited. In case of inclem-
ent weather, the meeting will be held
in the Club rooms.
Radio Broadcast of the Michigan-
Harvard football game will be held
on Saturday at 2:00 pim. in the Men's
Lounge of the Rackham Building.
All interested invited.

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Events

Today

The Observatory Journal'Club will
meet at 4:15 p.m. today in the Ob-
servatory lecture room. Dr. Robley
C. Williams will speak on "Photo-
metry of Elliptical Nebulae." Tea
at 4:00 p.m.
Varsity Glee Club: Rehearsal to-
night at 7:30 sharp in Glee Club
Room, 3rd floor of the Union. All
old and new members in the Choral
Union should be excused from Chor-
al Union rehearsal early enough to
attend Glee Club rehearsal. Please
be prompt. All men eligible for Var-
sity Glee Club who have not received
a try-out should report at 7:30 p.m.
Eligibility cards must be turned in
tonight by the following men, who
have been accepted into probationary
membership pending further try-
outs:
David Allen, James Bassett, Jim
Berger, Reinhard Bernstein, Rich-
ard Boynton, Charles Brown, Frank
Colbert, James Conti, James Crowe,
J. R. Edwards, Herman Erke, Austin
Fink, Eugene Fox, John Fry, James
George, Colvin Gibson, Ed Gibson,
Phelps Hines, Stanley Hipwood, Rob-
ert Holland, Leo Imperi, Cary Landis,
Toivo Liimatainen, Robert Lovell,
James Martin,
Donald Mason, Harry Morris, Frank
Mount, George Muller, Herbert Ne-
uchterlein,Harry Parmelee, Ch rles
Parthum, Melvin Pawley, Ralph "Pet-
erson, Chan Pinney, Franklin Powers,
Floyd Rechlin, Kenneth Repola, John
Rust, Erwin Scherdt, Wilfred Shale,
Roy Sommerfeld, Russell Steere,
Walter Strickland, William Swen-
son, John Verhagen, Russell Warren,
Peter Weller, Donald Whitney.

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