THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 24,194#
THE MICH:IGAN DAILY
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THURDAY OCTBER24, 94GPAGESFN'~6
To Discuss Business,
Forestry and conservation topics
will vie with "Government and Busi-
ness" for the position of keynote sub-
ject of the Land Utilization Confer-
ence tomorrow and Saturday in the
More than 50 timberland owners
and wood users of Michigan are ex-
pected to be on hand for the initial
session of the Conference at 9:30 a.m.
under the general chairmanship of
State Senator George P. McCallum of
Ann Arbor. Feature of this meet-
ing will be Dean Samuel T. Dana's
explanation of the forestry school's
President Erastus O. Haven, head
of the University from 1863 to 1869!
will be honored by the delegates at
a memorial tree planting ceremony
at 11:45 a.m. in the northwest cor-
ner of the Union yard, featuring a
presentation by Senator McCallum
and the acceptance by President
Dean Emeritus Henry M. Bates of
the Law School will be the speaker
at the Conference luncheon at noon
tomorrow, discussing the topic of
"Government and Business."
The afternoon meeting will con-
sider "Logging Costs and Silviculture
Practices in Northern Hardwoods,"
with an address by Prof. Willard S.
Bromley of the forestry school the
feature. He will base his talk on
preliminary results of summer study
conducted in the Upper Peninsula.
The Conference will adjourn after
the sesion that is scheduled to open
at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, offering a
discussion of "Government and Busi-
To Speak At Physics Meet
Two University professors, Dr. Jac-
ob Sacks of the pharmacology depart-
ment and Professor Felix G. Gustaf-
son of the botany department will
present papers to the Conference on
Applied Nuclear Physics which will
meet from October 28 to November
2 at the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology in Cambridge, Mass.
Pre-Medical Society Members
To Be Subjects Of Aptitude Test
25. at 4:00
pm. in th,
Members of the Pre-Medical Soci-
ety will no longer have to remain
fearful that they are not suited for
their chosen profession, forsooi dthey
are to be the subjects of extensive
aptitude tests conducted by the Psy-
chological Clinic of the Institute for
The tests are being given as part
of an Institute research project, the
results of which will be correlated
with subsequent Medical School re-
cords in order to study the validity
through to Christmas vacation. No
expense is involved for members of
the Society. Final arrangements for
king the tes ill be a a h (Cntnued from Page 4) Phi Lambda Upsilen will meet at Women's Archery Club meeting on
next meeting of the group, and all '7:30 tonight in the West Conference the range today at 4:30 p.m.
hcse interested in the activities of Room cf the Rackham Building.
he Society hee been invited to at- Mimes meeting of the members Transfer student members are par- Women's Fencing Club meeting to-
tend. toSghtat 10:00. Important work ticularly invited and are requested night at 7:30 i nthe fencing room at
oncerning the Union Opera.- to notify the chapter secretary, Taft Barbour Gymnasium. All fencers in-
The meeting is tentatively set for Toribara. 124 Chemistry Building, vited to attend.
3 p.m. Oct. 30, Manry announced. Men's Physical Education Club of their present campus address.
will meet toiight at 8:30 at theMich--Seminar in the Bible will be held
I J fy Dean ig n Union. All physical education Alpha Lambda Delta will meet to- today at 4:30 p.m. at Lane Hall.
a '- Itudents are urged to attend. uay at 4:30 p.m. in the League. If bieci.t "The bakroundnaindconn-
girls interested in helping are invited.
Katharine Pickerill Cooperative
IHouse, 328 E. Huron St., anncuncc' s
an Open House on Sunday, Oct. 7.
7:30-11:00 p.m. The public is inv,
Women's Outdoor Sports Club:
Roller-skating party Sunday, Octo-
ber 27, 2:30 p.m. at the Women's Ath-
letic Building. Anyone interested call
Gertrude Inwood, 4515, Stockwell
H!all. Skates may be rented.
Hillel Players: Final tryouts for
two one-act plays to be presented by
the Hillel Players will be held at the
Hillel Foundation on Friday, October
24 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. Several
1men's parts, as well as girls' parts,
are available. All those interested
are urged to attend.
MORGAN TO SPEAK AT HILLEL
Kenneth Morgan, director of the
Student Religious Association, will
speak on "This Changing World"' at
8:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Hillel
of the tests.V
Announcement of the opportunity
to take the tests was made by Clay-
ton Manry, '41, president of the Pre-
Medical Society, at its first meeting
,f the year Wednesday evening at
which members of the Medical Facul-
ty and the University staff gave brief
discourses on their phase of medical
Dr. Norman Kretzschmar of the
University Hospital first presented a
:ioving picture of his researches on
petal respiration al studied with late
:etuses in the uterus of the living
abbit. In his accompanying ex-
planation of the work, herexplained
that it is doubted if there is 'true
respiration of the amniotic fluid,
-ven though the fetus manifests the
typical muscular actions of respira-
Following the movie there were
several other interesting talks. Dr.
Russel Woodburne discussed the an-
tomy course given by the Medical
School; a glimpse behind the scenes
at the Health Service was presented
by Dr. William Brace; Dr. Alexander,
spoke on the requisites for stirgical
specialty, and Drs. Gesell and Bethel]
on physiology and internal medicine.
The series of aptitude tests will be
given on four Saturday afternoons,
beginning Nov. 2 and extending
THE SHORTEST DISTANCE
BETWEEN TWO POINTS 1S
CHARGES FOR TELEGRAMS
'PHONED IN APPEAF ON YOUR
Tm Cf71"' Public
Emphaslzing; the inortance of the
cngIne§r in th current world scene,
Dean Ivan C. Crawfcrd of the En-
N ! 3 JU7d, CC: Si1C ilmur g1 VU11U Tallu cull-
giPeeriig College declared in a recent
paper iven in the Civil Engineers at
Conference at Cincinnati, that if his Lo
colleagues were going to become lead- N
ers "they must conscientiously set to
about bringing themselves in contact
with the public.",
Among these relations are the keep- wi
ing of its members on a high plane, na
informing the public with the i
technical and economic feasibility
of proposed public projects and
furnishing general leadership through ca
individuals especially endowed with
ability and the possession of exper-
Dean Crawford also advocated that
every engineer be a student of eco-
nomics insofar as his industry or busi-
ness was concerned
you cannot come at 4:30, come as
League House Representatives will soon as possible.
eet at 4:00 p.in. today in the League.
ach League House should send a All Freshman Women Orientation
presentative. A constitution will Advisers will meet in the League at
framed. 4:30 p.m. today. Suggestions for
next year's Orientation will be re-
Graduate Student Council will meet ceived and discussed.
7:30 tonight in the Women's-
unge of the Rackham Building. 10pen Meeting of the Young People's'
ewly appointed members are urged Socialist Club to discuss economic'
attend. policies today at 4:15 p.m. in thel
The Beta Chapter ofaIota Alpha!
ill meet at 7:30 tonight in the Semi- - Graduate Tea Dance this afternoon
ar Room, East Engineering Build- from 4:15 to 5:45 in the Assembly
g. Hall of the Rackham Building. All
It is urged that every member on Graduate students are cordially in-
impus attend. vited. No admission charge.
tents of the Old Testament.
The regular Thursday afternoon
"P.M." will be held at the Hillel
Foundation today from 4:00 to 6:00
p.m. All students are cordially in-
Coffee Hour at Lane Hall will be
held from 4:00-5:30 p.m. on Friday.
All students are welcome.
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
DYING and CLEANING
YOU CAN'T GO HOME AGAIN
Thomas Wolfe . . . . $3.00
COUNTRY SQUIRE IN THE WHITE
HOUSE John T. Flynn $1.00
AVOID BLACK CATS
But Don't Avoid
h HALLOWE'EN DANCE
($1.00 Per Couple -At The League)
MAX CROSMAN'S ORCHESTRA
Friday, October 25 -9:30- 1:00
Get tickets at Wolverine, Union, League.
Jan Struther .
2.0 a 'Van W'yck Brooks . .
FOU NDATION STONE
Lella Warren... . . .$3.00
AS I REMEMBER HIM
Hans Zinseer . . . . . $2.75
Free Call for
and Delivery Service
322 E. Liberty St.
MICHIGAN BOOK STORE
322 South State Street Phone 6363
Your Laundry Done
Ann Arbor Laundries were not long
in discovering that students demanded
MODERN SCIENCE has developed al-
most every industry in the country and
special rates for
their laundry work.
the laundry business is
Therefore the Special STUDENT BUNDLE
was arranged to give them this advant-
age. An example of this saving bundle
is shown below.
White Swan Laundry
and Dry Cleaning Company
These Ann Arbor Laundries have kept up
with the times and have installed
most modern equipment and use the fin-
est 'process yet discovered. Because
have these excellent facilities we feel safe
in assuring you that you will be complete-
ly satified. And Mother will appreciate it,
too. Relief from that weekly burden will
Pairs of Sox
Suits of Underwear
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