100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

December 10, 1940 - Image 6

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1940-12-10

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE MTUTTMAN DAILY

International
Center Plans
New Activities
Luncheons, customs class and an-
nual Christmas party are highlights
of the International Center program
for the week, Prof. Raleigh Nelson,
its director announced.
Foreign students will meet at noon
today for the regular luncheon meet-
ing in the Russian Tea Room of the
League under the leadership of Mr.
Klinger of the staff.
At 7:30 p.m. today the last in the
series of American Social Customs
classes will meet at the Center under
the direction of Mrs. Lucy Dykema,
social director of Martha Cook dorm-
itory. She will lead the discussion of
the social relations of nen and wo-
men.
Tea will be held as usual from 4
to 6 p.m. Thursday and the classes
in English at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday the colorful annual Chinese
party will be given at the Center
Perspectives Staffs
Will Convene Today
The members of all staffs of Per-
spectives, campus literary magazine,
will be expected to help with the next
issue's preparation today and tomor-
row, Ellen Rhea, '41, editor, an-
fnounced yesterday.
The magazine's desks will hold gal-
leys of the material to be proofread,
and staff members may use any of
their free time during these next two
days to pull new proofs and correct
the material.
Members of the publications staff
in particular have been asked to be
at The Daily at 4 p.m. for instruc-
tion in page make-up, and regular
correspondence work.
' Goodfellows - Monday
Hillel Group Gives Plays
The Hillel Players' traveling troupe
presented two one-act plays Sunday
before the Flint B'Nai B'rith "His
Children" and "Suppressed Desire"
were enacted by the Players, who ap-
peared before 800 in Detroit last week.

Graduate Study.
For Engineers
To Be Planned

Old Controversy Flares -Anew:

Alpha Phi Fetes Opera

s

Yale Man

Michigan Dean, Faculty Sorority Decides Hoeper
Members To Take Part Will Do' As Typical
In Project Continuation Michigan Male
Laying plans for the continuation By S. R. WALLACE
of Post-Graduate Engineering Study, With knees literally shaking and
prominent eng'ineering educators and eyes modestly down-cast, the Mythi- >
industrial men will meet at 6:30 p.m. cal Male from Yale and his Union r
today in the Union. Opera colleague went to dinner last
This will be the first meeting night at the Alpha Phi's-and came
since the pilot project was started in back with the official seal of ap-Y
Kalama:oo, Prof. P. H. Sherlock of proval/ from 48 sorority women for .
the civil engineering department, their portrayals of "ideal Michigan

Pontiac Editor
Will Give Tali
On Journalism
Second in the series of speakers
sponsored by the journalism depart-
ment will be Harold A. Fitzgerald, edi-
tor of the Pontiac Daily Press, who
will discuss some phase of newspaper
work, 3 p.m. tomorrow, Room E, Hav-
en Hall.
The Daily Press has a circulation
of 31,000 and the staff of the paper
has annually for 11 years cooperat-
ed with the Department of Journalism
in publishing an issue of the Michi-
gan Journalist.
The following lecturer, to speak
here Jan. 8, Wednesday, will be Phil
Rich, publisher of the Midland Daily
News. He will show colored pictures
of newspaper publication.
The opening lecture of the series
was given by J S Gray, of the Mon-
roe Evening News, who discussed "The
Power of the Press-Its Shadow and
Its Substance."
Be A Goodfellow
Elkin Elected President
William F. Elkin was elected pres-
ident of the Graduate Outing Club
at its meeting in the Rackham Build-
ing, Sunday. Other officers of the
Club are Allan Michelson, vice-pres-
ident, Florene Briscoe, secretary, and
Wilfred Kelley, treasurer.

Ann Arbor
Here Is Today's News
In Summary
Because one day last week an 18-
year-old Ann Arbor youth is alleged to
have purchased a pint of liquor .for
83 cents at the Campus Cut-Rate drug
store, 218-226 S. State St. the police
asked Prosecutor Albert J. Rapp yes-
terday to issue a warrant against
Michl R. Kessler, the proprietor.
* * *
Circuit Judge George W. Sample,
'01L, announced yesterday that he
will seek reelection for his fifth con-
secutive six-year term at the coming
spring election.

chairman of the University committee
for the Study, announced yesterday.
Dean Ivan C. Crawford, Prof. E. L.
Erikscn of the engineering mechan-
ics department, Prof. C. B. Gordy
and Prof. R. S. Hawley of the me-
chanical engineering department,
Prof. L. M. Gram and Professor Sher-
lock of the civil engineering depart-
ment, Prof, R. L. Morrison of the
transportation engineering depart-i
ment, Prof. J. W. Riegel, director of
industrial relations, and Dr. James
D. Bruce, past vice-president of the
Michigan Engineering Society will
represent the University at the con-
ference.
The pilot project in Kalamazoo
drew such response that it is expect-
ed plans will be laid for the continu-
ation of the course and others in
several other Michigan industrial
cities next semester.
Other state educational institutions
represented will be Michigan State
Collpge, Wayne University and the
University of Detroit.
Be A Goodfellow
Union's Travel Board
Tells How To Get There
"Today's announcement that there
are but nine more shopping days un-
til vacation behooves everyone who
intends to frequent the family hearth
this Chritsmas to hurry up over to the
Union Travel board and shop for a
ride," declared Robert Sibley, '42,
yesterday, announcing the Travel
Board's existence once again for the
mutual benefit of those who have or
wish transportation.

men."
Pat Hoeper, '42, who plays the
"Take A Number" conception of the
Alph Phi Yale man, Bryant Dunshea,
'42, who has the role of a member of
this sorority in the opera, were invited
yesterday to dine with women they
are about to satirize in the Mimes
production,
The hostess sorority, it seems, re-
ceived notorious publicity last year
because of their alleged statemient
that they preferred Yale undergrad-
uates to University men here. And
so, in order to see whether or not
Hoeper typified their preference,
Dunshee and he gritted their teeth
and put themselves on display. The
consensus of Alph Phi opinion this
year, however, voiced by their -presi-
dent Jeanne Kaufmann, '41, was that
"the only reason we approve of the
opera's mythical Yale man is his
resemblance to Michigan men-and,
we 'like THEM."sr
The women also want it understood1

A RE E ASY T O G ET T O BY
Tlegraph
CHARGES FOR TELEGRAMS
'PHONED IN APPEAR ON YOUR
TELEPHONE BILL.

i

And here's the Opera's Alpha Phi with two of her cronies: Paul
Wheeler, Bryant Dunshee - the Alpha Phi girl, and Charles Holton.

that they were the victims of mis-
quoting last year, and that they
merely "joked" about Yale men. The
repercussions of that misunderstand-
ing still echo in their dating calen-
dars, they claim, since their position
on compus has been much like the

I

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

-
~

(Continued from Page 4)

4 -4i/ahi-f(Vlate010iRY vU/
Singing unaccompanied 250 VOICES
CHRISTMASMUI
Final Concert of CHRISTMAS MUSIC40 be sung in
Ypsilanti under the direction of FREDERICK ALEXANDER
PEASE AUDITORIUM, Ypsilanti No Reserved Seats
Thursday, December 12, 8:00 P.M. Admission 25c

14

F

J.G.P. Publicity Committee will
meet today at 5:00 p.m. in the Wo-
men's League. Room notice will be
posted on the bulletin board. Bringg
eligibility cards.
J.G.P. Music Committee will have
tryouts today at 5:00 p.m. in the
Kalamazoo Room of the Women's
League for pianists interested in ac-
companying at rehearsals.
Christian Science Organization will
meet at 8:15 tonight in the chapel
of the Michigan League.
The Informal Group of the Music
Section of the Faculty Women's Club
will meet with Mrs. E. M. Hoover, 920
Lircoln, at 8:00 tonight.
The Bibliophiles Section of Facul-
ty Women's Club will meet today at
2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Frank
R. Finch, 1619 S. University Ave.
Michigan Dames: Regular meeting
tonight at the Rackham Building at
8:00 p.m. Bridge Group in charge of
the program.
International Center: 1. Social
Customs Class. At 7:30 this evening
Mrs. Leona Diekema, Social Director
of Martha Cook, will conduct the
final discussion on American Social
Customs.
2. Ypsilanti Choir Christmas Pro-
gram. If a sufficient number sign
up by 5 p.m. Wed., a special bus will
be chartered to take our students to
the concert at Ypsilanti Thursday
evening, December 12. The bus will;

leave the Center at 7:15 and will re-
turn immediately after the concert.
Reservations must be paid for by 5
o'clock Wednesday.
j Hillel Institute of Jewish Studies:
The Jewish Ethics class, which for-
merly met onl Monday nights, will
meet tonight and in the future on
Tuesday at 8:00 p.m.
Hillel Institute of Jewish Studies:
Classes which meet today at the Hill-
el Foundation are: Dramatic Mo-
ments in Jewish History at 4:30 p.m.,
Advanced -Hebrew at 8:00 p.m., Bible
Translation at 8:00 p.m.
Coming Events
Phi Tau Alpha will meet in the
home of Prof. and Mrs. Hopkins on
Thursday, December 12 at 7:30.
Those desiring transportation be at
the Rackham Building at 7:00 p.m.
sharp.
Seminar in Social Minorties meets
Wednesday, 4:15 p.m. in Lane Hall.
Seminar in Devotional Literature
meets Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. at Lane
Hall.
Seminar in Theology will meet
Wednesday at Lane Hall at 4:30 p.m.
Faculty Women's Club: On Wed-
nesday, Dec. 11, at 3:00 p.m., Prof.
Jean Paul Slusser will give agallery
talk on the Art Exhibit from the 1939
Golden Gate Exposition in the Mez-
zanine Galleries of the Rackham
Building.

punch line of an old sorority song
that finishes with-"They call us
old maids, but gosh we're respected!"
The point is, the Alpha Phi's want
Michigan respect and don't give a
hang about the reaction of Yale.
Dunshee, they announced, after
carefully looking him over, was cer-
tainly their idea of a true Alpha Phi.
Dunshee politely refused the initia-
tion they offered, however, and both
Dunshee and Hoeper left the sorority
house feeling slightly guilty about the
ribbing that the Alph Phi's are going
to take in "Take A Numfer"-for
the girls are all right.
Be A Goodfellow
Ryan To Discuss
SafetyGlass Here
"Automotive Safety Glass" will be
the subject of a talk by Dr. Joseph D.
Ryan, noted research worker in glass,
at an engineering society meeting at
6:15 p.m. today in the Union.
The meeting is, a joint affair spon-
sored by the University student chap-
ters of the .American Institute of
Chemical Engineers and the American
Institute of Mining and Metallurgi-
cal Engineers.
Also featured on the program will
be the announcement of the junior
member'of the AIChE who has the
highest scholastic average.

Don't miss
the December
GARGOYLE!

0

On Sale
This Thurs., December 12

featuring

fm op~hI

I

S - A'

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan