THE MICITCAN DAILY
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Phi Beta Kappa
Founds ChapterjDAlLY OFF IC IAL BULLE TIN
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Slosson Speaks At Albion
for Ceremony Friday
Thirteen members of the Univer-
sity faculty attended the foundation
of Phi Beta Kappa's Beta Chapter
of Michigan at Albion College Fri-
day afternoon and evening, represent-
ing eight other chapters besides the
University's Alpha of Michigan.
Prof. Preston W. Slosson of the
history department gave the keynote
speech at the installation banquet,
addressing the delegates on "The
American College, a Sane Spot in a
Mad World." He discussed current
events in Europe and included a con-
sideration of the position of higher
education in this country.
Prof. Joseph R. Hayden of the
political science department was of-
ficial representative of the Universi-
ty's chapter, Registrar Ira M. Smith
represented the University and Prof.
Hazel M. Losh of the astronomy de-
partment attended the installation as
secretary of the Alpha chapter.
Other delegates were Mr. John T.
Baldwin of the botany department,
representing William and Mary Col-
lege; Dean Samuel T. Dana of the
forestry school, Bowdoin College;
Prof. Benjamin Wheeler of the his-
tory department, University of Cali-
fornia; Dr. Frank Copley of the Latin
department, Stanford University.
"Resolved: That a canal should be
built across Nicaragua," will be the
topic of the first intercollegiate de-
bate of the semester between Sigma
Rho Tau, honorary engineering
speech society, and a Wayne Uni-
ersity team at 8:15 p.m. today in
the Union. t
The Michigan squad, consisting of
Dean Woodbury, '42E, Edward Rutan,
'43E, Alexander Pentland, '42E, and
John Hammelef, '42E, will uphold the
affirmative side of the question.
The debate, which is one of eight
planned by the Stump Speakers' So-
ciety this year, is conducted on a
style vastly different from that used
in most high school and college dis-
cussions, featuring less formality and
an attempt to approximate the de-
bate to a business conference.
County Jail Doubles
For Delta Tau Delta
If you call 2-2509 and expect to
hear "Delta Tau Delta" when some-
one answers the phone, don't be sur-
prised if, instead, you hear "Sheriff's
Office." Because of an error in re-
porting the fraternity phone num-
ber, calls are being received at the
County Jail causing no end of trouble.
John Cory, business manager of
the 'Ensian and in charge of the
Directory, requests that the number
for Delta Tau Delta be changed in
all directories from 2-2509 to 2-2569.
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W. Bishop will speak on "The Re-
sponsibilities of American Librari s_
for the Acquisition of Materials for
Christian Science Organization jwill
meet at 8:15 tonight in the chapel
of the Michigan League.
How To Kiss'
Will Be 'Garg'
"How to Kiss-and -Make Them
Like It," or "Osculation as an Art"
or "Kissing Is Fun"-whatever you
chose to call it, there will be an
article on that important subject in a
prominent place in Thursday's issue
of Gargoyle, campus magazine.
The author is "Stardust" and he
has been called an "expert eminent-
ly qualified to discuss the matter at
hand" by Dave Donaldson, '41, editor
in chief of the magazine, who refuses,
however, to divulge the gentleman's
or woman's name.
Also highlighted in the second issue
of the year will be a pictorial feature
on the football team, including candid
shots of the players in gtion.
The winning candid pictures in
the contest will appear in this issue.
First prize of three dollars was won
this time by Robert Merriman, '41.
The three winners in the Varsity Vig-
nette contest were Jay McCormick,
'42, Eugene Mandeberg, '43, and Jack
Adams (a nom de plume).
Regular departments-Coming Dis-
tractions, Off the Record, among
others-will also be included.
To Attend Wildlife Meet
Representatives from the Univer-
sity and the state will attend the
sixth annual Midwest Wildlife Con-
ference to be held in Urbana, Ill.,
Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Featuring discussions for wild-
life technicians, field trips for sports-
men, and conferences for college fac-
ulty members, the meet will b at-
tended by I. N. Gabrielson, chief of
the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service,
H. H. Bennet, chief oaf the U.S. Soil
An iaiiatimn meetilg of a llpeo-=
pe interested in joining a Bridge
Club to be sponsored by the Social
Committee of the Hillel Foundation
will be held, at the Foundation this
afternoon at 4:00 p.m. All beginners
nt i sted in learning to play bridge,
as well as those who would like to
Join the club, are requested to at-
tend this meeting.
1,lll Players' meeting at 7:30 .(o-
itiht at the Hillel Foundation. All
members must be present.
The Bookshelf and Stage Section
of the Faculty Woman's Club will
meet at the home of Mrs. Ernest Bar-
ker, 18 Ridgeway, today at 2:45 p.m.
Mrs. Charles K-oelle will be assistant
Graduate Luncheon Wednesday
noon in the Russian Tea Room of the
Classical Students: Phi Tau Alpha
will meet in the Rackham Building
at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, November
14. Business meeting and program.
J.G.P. Script deadline is Friday,
November 15. Turn them in to Miss
Ethel McCormick of the Women's
League or to Shirley Silver, 407 Ing-
Rifle--Women Students: There will
be a meeting for all women students
interested in rifle activities in the
main lounge of the Women's Athletic
Building on Friday, November 15, at
4:30 p.m. No previous experience is
Garden Section, Faculty Women's
Club will meet Thursday afternoon at
2:30 at the home of Mrs. H. J. Hene-
man, 175 Underdown Road, Barton
Hills. Prof. W. L. Ayres will talk on
"Fall Planning and Planting of
"The Bat," a mystery melodrama
by Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery
Hopwood, will be presented at the
Mendelssohn Theatre starting Wed-
nesday night through Saturday night
of this week. Seats may be reserved
by calling 6300 between 10:00 a.m.
and 5:00 p.m. today and 10 a.m. and
8:30 p.m. the rest of the week.
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1 Pair of Pajamas
3 Pairs of Socks
2 Bath Towels
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