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Student Vote Will Pick 'Santa Claus'

(Continued from Page 1)
Dlic'k Strain, '42, won the nomina-
tion. of Annabel Van Winkle, '41,
president of Panhellenic Association,
on the basis of his experience with
IFC and thespian affairs.

The rosy cheeks and big stature of
Paul Chandler, '41, city editor of The
Daily, got him the support of Irving
Guttman, also '41, Daily business
manager. "Paul's always so cheery
that he'd make a wonderful Santa
Claus." Guttman said.

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for Her
Christmas
She'd love to see one of these
among her gifts at Christmas.
It's a lovely gown and coat en-
semble in rayon satin-a floral
design on luscious shades of ivory
or blue background. Sizes 32-40.
And only
8 Nickels Arcade
Phone 2-2914

Baker, Slosson
To Give Views
On Baha'i Plan
New World Order Scheme
Based On Man's Equality
To Be Topic Of Meeting
"The Future World Common-
wealth" will be the topic of a dis-
cussion meeting led by Mrs. Dorothy
Beecher Baker, secretary of the Ba-.
ha'i National Assembly, and pErof.
Preston W. Slosson of the history de-
partment at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the
Grand Rapids Room of the League.
Mrs. Baker will explain the Baha'i
plan for the "new world order" to be
established after the restoration of
peace, presenting the views of a
steadily growing religious group which
has as its basic philosophy a belief
in the equality of all men and their
ability to live together harmoniously.
Professor Slosson, who, it is ex-
pected, will agree with the basic ideas
of Mrs. Baker's presentation, will
question her for clarification of the
Baha'i stand. He will lead general
discussion of the topic from the floor.
The meeting is sponsored by the
Baha'i Student Group. Meeting
Chairman James Hammond, '41A,
announced yesterday that the meet-
ing will be open to the public and
that students are particularly in-
vited to attend.
Glee Club To Sing
Union(Opera Tunes
In Rehearsal Today
The Varsity Men's Glee Club will
meet at 4:30 p.m. today in their re-
hearsal rooms at the Union for a
complete practice session of their
Union Opera songs.
Charles Brown, '41, president, an-
nounced yesterday that Kenneth
Summerfelt, Grad., music director of
"Take A Number," will be present to-
day to work with glee club members
in preparation of their special opera
scene. Prof. David Mattern, of the
School of Music, will conduct the
group which will be accompanied by
Jack Osserwaarde, Grad.
The Glee Club has been invited to
sing two new songs in the opera, one
of which is the original Michigan
drinking song entitled "To Michigan,"
and also "Your Page In My Mem'ries
Is Blue."

Jaha' Secretary

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SV MWHEN YOU RETURN
YAFTER CHRISTMAS

TRAVEL
BY
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MORE TIME
AT
HOME

DOROTHY B. BAKER
DeanYoakum
Gives Vises
InStatemenat
(Continued from Page 1)
prerequisite to holding a scholar-
ship nor one of the situations to
be considered in continuance or
discontinuance of such a scholar-
ship.
"The Regents_ of the University
established the Michigan Alumni
Undergraduate Scholarships in
May, 1931. The conditions of eli-
gibility appear under three head-
ings. First, eligibility of an Alum-
ni Club to make recommendations.
No alumni clubs outside of Michi-
gan are eligible. Thus is deter-
mined whether the club meets all
of the requirements of a club in
'good standing,' as set forth by the
general alumni secretary. The sec-
ond set of regulations and require-
ments is determined by committees
of local clubs, working with the
general secretary's office; but these
must also take cognizance of en-
trance requirements. The third
group of requirements results in
selection. Special tests are given,
the candidates are ranked, and
selection made, taking account of
scholastic standing, 'test results,
need, and distribution among the
clubs.
"As vice-president of the Uni-
versity in Charge of Educational
Investigation, I have been chair-
man of the committee making this
final selection, dealing only with
the third set of requirements.
"Recently two students were no-
tified of discontinuance of their
scholarships because of change of
residence. One stated that the
family had probably permanently
left the State, the other that the
family might return within the
year. In the latter case, I stated
that if this occurred I would re-
quest the President and the Re-
gents to reinstate the scholarship.
Both are excellent students.
"In my judgment, these facts
were ascertainable. Overemphasis
by, and activity of a small and rela-
tively unimportant group 'of stu-
dents has apparently caused the
author of the article to combine
unrelated material."

Msgr. Babeock 7 1/
To Be Honored 1k. L
A es Singing unaccompanied 250 VOICES
At Ceremonies
Weco edTo MihianC H RI STM A S M U SIC
Pastor Will Be Officially Final Concert of CHRISTMAS MUSIC to be sung in
Welcomed To MficliiganYpsilanti under the direction of FREDERICK ALEXANDER
At Breakfast In Union PEASE AUDITORIUM, Ypsilanti No Reserved Seats
Thursday, December 12, 8:00 P.M. Admission 25c
Monseignor Allan Babcock of St.
Mary's Student Parish will be offi-
cially welcomed back to the Univer-
sity at a special Communion break-
fast at 11:15 a.m. today in the Union.
Father Babcock returned last June
from Rome where he was vicar of
the American College. Before accept--BOX OSA LE
ing the post he was pastor of St.
Mary's Chapel.
More than 150 alumni will return Starts Tom orrow
to attend the breakfast. SpecialSt rs To r w
guests include President and Mrs.
Alexander Ruthven. Mr. and Mrs.
Shirley Smith, Dean Joseph Bursley,.0
Dean Alice Lloyd, Dean and Mrs.
Walter Rea, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Morgan, Dr. and Mrs. Edward N. 1941 Mimes Union Opera
Blakeman, and Prof. Carl Brandt.
President Ruthven will extend the
greetings of the University and~
George Burke of Ann Arbor will speak
on behalf of students and alumni.
Rev. Clair Berry will give a brief
address and Tom Harmon, '41, and LYDIA MENDELSSOHN THEATRE
Thomas Brogan, '41, will also appear Tickets 75c and$100
on the program. $1s )AJ
Independents Plan~~-
State Organ izat ion
Plans for a Michigan Independent O pening N ight
Student Association, composed of the
independent organizations of more
than 40 Michigan colleges and uni- W ednesday, Dec 11th
versities, were formulated at a meet-
ing of representatives of the Michi-
gan State College Independent Stu-
dents Association, Assembly and Con-
gress in the League yesterday.
Richard Shuey, '42E, representative Be sure to See this show!
of Congress, Independent Men's As-
sociation, was named temporary
chairman of a committee to organize
the intra-state association.
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Take dvantage of the "College Special"

SUNDAY

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These special school and college tickets, with their liberal extended
return limits, are a great saving to students and teachers. When you're
ready to come back after Christmas, buy one and save money. There
are also reduced round trip Pullman fates In connection with these.
"College Special" tickets. When Spring Holidays come you can use
the return coupon to travel home again or use itat close of school.
Consult your home town ticket agent or any RAILROAD representative
for cost cf tickets, return limits and stop-over privileges.
*Be Thirifty andl Safe--Travel by Train
ASSOCIATED EASTERN RAILROADS
SHOWS TODAY at 2:00 -4:26 -7:00--9:30 P.M.
Adults 50c incl. tax- Children 10c

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le's here! In Person!
ON OUR STAGE!
The Creator of Slide Music

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Syrian Youth Leader
74o Address Liberalsj
Fakhri Maluf, Grad., of Mashrah,
Syria, will speak on "The Student
and Politics" at the weekly meeting
of the Liberal Student Union at 7:30
p.m. today in the Unitarian Church,
State and Huron streets.
Maluf, who was, the leader of a
militant youth movement in his na-1
tive land, recently was notified that
he is wanted by French police au-
thorities ;,in connection with his po-
litical activity. Several local stu-
dents will also participate in the
meeting.

You've heard him on your radio
-now see and hear him in per-
son -playing his original crea-
tions.
"Wouldst I Could But Kiss
Thy Hand, Oh Ba be"
"Betweens18th and 19th
On Chestnut Street"

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