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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1940

Hillel Institute Of Jewish Studies
To Organize At Meeting Today'

New System
Of Cooperation
Helps Pledges

Several University Men Listed
Among First Draft Numbers

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An organization meeting for all
those interested in the Hillel Insti-
tute of Jewish Studies will be held
at 4:15 p.m. today at the Founda-
tion,
At the meeting professors and in-
structors will meet with the students
to determine the time of meeting for
the classes.
Elaine Fisher, '42, chairman of the
classes committee, announced that
eight courses would be offered dur-
ing the year with prominent members
of the University faculty and others
leading the discussions.
A series of six lectures followed by
informal discussion will be given on
the subject of "Marriage and 'Family
Relations." Prof. Arthur Wood of
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the sociology department, Richard
R. Meyers also of the sociology de-
partment, Rabbi Jehudah M. Cohen,'
director of the Hillel Foundation, and4
other members of the" faculty will
lecture.
Prof. Hirsch Hootkins of the French
department is once more presenting
a course in "Jewish Ethics" which
has been very popular in past years.
Students who plan to do social
work have found Nathan Min-
koff's course in "Yiddish and Yid-
dish Literature" of great value.
Rabbi Cohen plans to lead courses
in which "The Jew in the World
Scene" and "Dramatic Moments in
Jewish History" will be discussed.
DA I LY at 2-4-7-9 P.M.
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Dormitory And Fraternity
Officers Plan Special
Advisory Assistance
A new system of .cooperation be-
tween dormitory and fraternity of-
ficers, aimed at aiding the academic
progress of pledges, swung into ac-
tion Tuesday night, when house pres-
idents were given "Information re-4
quest" cards.
Distributed by Mr. Charles H.
Peake, of the English department,
chief resident advisor of the West
Quaorangle, and Prof. Joseph E.
Kallenbach of the political science
department, chief advisor of the East
Quadrangle, the cards are blanks to
be filled out and returned to the
dormitories requesting information
regarding resident pledges.
Planned by the Interfraternity
Council with the assistance of Prof.
Arthur Van Duren, chairman of lit-
erary college academic counselors,
the system will provide fraternity
and dormitory with copious academic
and social information regarding
pledges living in the residence halls.
Conferences between chapter and
residence hall counselors will be ar-
ranged to aid in planning special as-
sistance for students who are behind
in their work. The Council staff be-
lieves that this setup will aid materi-
ally both fraternities and dormitor-
ies in maintaining high academic
standards among freshmen and in
tdeveloping proper study habits.
Colombian Culture
Will Be Described

Little reaction was evidenced yes-
terday by those who stood high on
the list of Ann Arbor men whose
names were drawn in the selective
service lottery.
Leon Tirado, Grad., was the only
man connected with the University
who was among thetfirst 10 names.
Richard R. Myers of the sociology de-
partment was the first faculty man
on the list. He is among the first
20 but since he is married it is doubt-
ful that he will be called.
Another instructor who is among
the first 50 names is Joshua Dom-
ashevitsky of the mathematics de-
partment. He is unmarried but
seemed unconcerned about his chan-
ces. "It all seems to be a lot of fun,"
he remarked.
John D. Wallace, Grad, also among
the first 50 said that he was perfect-
ly willing to go but expressed -some
doubt about the army being suffici-
ently equipped to take care of the
thousands of men who will be drafted.
Two aliens were among those high
on the list. They were Ru C. Li of
Shanghai and Nessim E. Nessim of
Iraq.
The following names are continued
from the list published in yester-
day's Daily: f
Lewis L. Lauman, George E. Bowler,

Harold T. Zemke, Curtis T. Spratt,
James G. Sharum, John Hedlesky, jr.,
Harold A. Siekert. William H. Merrill,
Ben LeR. Carson, Elmer R. Town-
sley, George L. L. Keebler, jr.. Gus T.
Constas, Robert R. Selfridge, Joseph
F. Mautino, Carl W. Mulholland, Ben-
jamin K. Van Zwaluwenburg
Alexander T. Seepernaut, Nelson T.
Kreider, Paul F. Schlanderer, Walter
H. Schaible, Donald P. Morris, Floyd
W. Turner. Ingwald B. Ingebrigtson,
Russel T. Dobson, Robert A. Arnold.
Henry Carter Johnson, Max Pittelco,
Harold L. Runth, Harry Parks, Ber-
nice A. Winchester, G. Norman Loof-
baurrow, Chanault T. Gillard, Henry
L. Caring, Bertil N. Lindklad, Robert
A. Schlupe, Robert E. Keppel, Earl M.
Aris, Salvador Rodriquez, Benjamin
G. Oosterbaan, George W. Heirs,
Ralph M. Potman,
Thomas W. Wetherbee. Lewis W.
Krueger, William L. Ayres, Vaughn
J. Harris, George F. Fisher, Fredrick
R. White, Roland A. Schleede, James
F. Davis, William T. Edwards, Llewel-
lyn C. Barnard, William B. Seidel. jr.,
Arthur F. Kamman, Dominie P. Ciar-
aunio, Carleton L. Stewart, John T.
Owen, Nathan G. Antonofsky, Rich-
ard W. Goodwin, Calrene E. Kauf-
man, James J. O'Donell, Carl G. Sta-
del, Milo J. D'Anjou, Lyle D. Elliot,
Forest J. Arthur, Donald Beckner.

Engineers To Hear Field At Luncheon
Lt.-Comm. W. L. Field, of the naval "The Destroyer Navy" will be the
science and tactics department, will subject of Commander Field's talk.
address graduates in chemical and Two men will be elected to the Grad-
metallurgical engineering at a lun- uate Student Council at this meeting.
cheon to be held at 12:15 p.m. today All graduates of the Chemical and
in the Seminar Room, Room 3201 Metallurgical Engineering Depart-
East Engineering Building. ment are invited to attend.

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