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T1 ESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1941
VOL. LII. No. 14
Publication in the Daily Official
Buetin is constructive notice to all
members of the University.
Apparatus Exchange: The Regents
authorize the sale of scientific appar-
atus by one department to another,
the proceeds of the sale to be credit-
ed to the budget account of the de-
partment from which the apparatus

is transferred, under following
Departments having appa
which is not in active use are ad
to send description thereof to
University Chemistry Store, of w
Professor R. J. Carney is dire
TheChemistry Store headquarter
in Room 223 Chemistry Building
effort will be made to sell th(
paratus to other departments %
are likely to be able to use it. In;
instances the apparatus may be
to the University Chemistryf

4r All


BULLETIN By University
Rushing Ends For Greeks
con- on consignment and if it is not sold As New Men Affiliate
within a reasonable time, it will be
ratus returned to the department from (Continued from Page 1)
vised which it was received. The object
the of this arrangement is to promote ton Sickelsteel, Morris Singletary,
Nhich economy by reducing the amount of William Snell, George Stitzinger,
ector. unused apparatus. It is hoped that John Stremmel, James Weikel.
rs are departments having such apparatus Phi Delta Theta: John Athens, Ed-
g. An will realize the advantage to them- ward Atkins, Samuel Bacon, Robert
e ap- selves and to the University in avail- Chappius, John Coit, Robert Dorsett,
which ing themselves of this opportunity. Richard Guthrie, James Howerth,
some Shirley W. Smith Harvey Jones, Erwin Larsen, Ban-
sent E ning Lary, Samuel Laurin, Johr
Store Faculty, College of Engineering: Leary, Douglas Moore, John*Shafroth,
There will be a meeting of this Facul- James Sheldon.
- ty on Thursday, October 16, at 4:15 PisionPF
p.m. in Room 348, West Engineering Phi Epsilon P1: Robert Flatow, Ber-
B.dingo 34 Wenard Gassin, Sanford Kay, Morris
Building. Mendeloff, Arthur Miller, Robert
A. H. Lovell, Secretary Miller, Herbert Philipson, Andrew Un-
To the Faculty of the College of gar, Paul Silberblatt, Raymonc
Literature, Science, and the Arts: All Black, Robert Arkms'
members of the Faculty of the College Phi Gamma Delta: Harold Ander-
of Literature, Science, and the Arts son, Allan Bingham, Donald Bowen,
are invited to take part in the aca- Richard Brashler, Charles Brophy,
demic procession preceding the Cen- Stratton Bull, Robert Cole, Lewis
tennial Celebration Convocation on Coppel, Robert Dunlap, Edsel Eady,
Wednesday evening, October 15, Aca- Robert Eich, Ross Hume, Robert
demic robes will be worn in the pro- Hume, Vernon Judd, Harvey Spaum-
cession, Members of the Faculty will burg, Richard Thompson, Arthur Up-
assemble in Room 25 Angell Hall at ton, William Vanue.
8:00 p.m. for robing. Wrapp may be Phi Kappa Psi: Harry Baxter, Wil-
A~ left in this room during the convo- liam Bush, Richard Ellinwood, John
- cation. Attendants will be present Fenner, David Gardner, Willian
in this room from 5:45 p.m. until Honey, Herbert Jose, Harold Kretch-
after the convocation. In case of mar, Bruce Lockwood, Lawrence Lof-
steady rain with no prospect of clear- tus, George MacCargar.
ing, there will be no processiop. Mem- Donald McLogan, William Oster-
bers of the Faculty will assemble at mann, Harry Rybolt, Ralph Sandt,
8:00 p.m. at Hill Auditorium enter- Earl Smith, Max Sudhoff, Thomas
ing by the stage entrance in the rear Wattles.
and robing in the class rooms. A Phi Kappa Tau: William Trezise.
large attendance of the Faculty is
desired at all three sessions of the Phi Sigma Delta: Arthur Abelson.
Cenennal eleraton ndespecially Leonard Alexander, Philip Aronson.
Centennial Celebration and Richard Bloomfield, Norman Brown.
E. H. Kraus Seymour Chase, Morton Diamonc
Edward Fisher, Henry Friedman,
Faculty Members: The Detroit Lewis Froikin, Daniel Gotthilf, Allen
Branch of the EnglishSpeaking Un- Grossman, Bernard Isenberg, Harr
io invites all faculty members who Miller, Bernard Sherman, Stanford
wish to attend their luncheon at 12:30 Unger.
p.m. on Thursday, October 16, in the Phi Sigma Kappa: John Carlsor
- English Room of the Hotel Statler. Joseph Egan, William Hillig, Richar
Dr. James Rowland Angell will be Shannon, Robert Smallman, Henr
the speaker. Reservations may be Vinkemulder, Mervyn Walsh, Jerry
made by mail through Miss Laurie Clemmtbdsh. ilim ekSy
Parkinson, Secretary, 2439 Twenty- Pi Lambda Phi: William Beck, Sey
Third Street, or by telephoning La- mour Berman, Henry Cohen, Mortor
1fayette 7251. Cohen, Robert Feinberg, Stanle
Dr. F. E. Robbins Ginsberg, Roland Ginsberg, Irwir
(Continued on Page 3) Kasle, Sanford Lewis, Roy Plotkin


Henry J. Allen
To Talk Here.
For Child Aid.
(Continued from Page 1)1
the American Federation is confined
chiefly to the British Isles, this is'
only because of the difficulties of
communication with the European
The Federaion also actively coop-
erates with the International Save
the Children Union at Geneva, Swit-
zerland, of which it is a member.
In addition, the refugee children from
Britain *receiving aid through this
organization include hundreds of ref-
ugees from continental countries
over-run by German conquests.
Particular stress is being laid on
the nursery home program of the
refugee aid organization as a result
of Allen's recent observations. Under
this plan civic groups in America
sponsor homes in rural areas for
groups of 30 or more children ren-
dered homeless- and often orphaned-
by enemy bombs. This plan is now
receiving more emphasis for the ac-
commodation of thousands of home-
less, than the popular "adoptee"
Mrs. Preston W. Slosson and Mrs.
Edward W. Blakeman, co-chairmen
of the Ann Arbor Save the Children
Federation, are completing arrange-
ments for the dinner and lecture
scheduled. Names of ticket chair-
men will be announced shortly.
The local organization was launch-
ed last April with the visit here of
Sir, Robert and Lady Mayer of Lon-
don, England, on tour in this country
as liaison oficers between the Amer-
ican and British Federation. While
in the city they were guests of Presi-
dent and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven.
guardian receives the child's case his-
tory and usually a picture.
Students Win
Extra-Curricular Activity
Is Basis For Award
(Continued from Page 1)

3c per Day 1Oc Minimum
322 South State Street

Engineering Magazine
To G o Ont Sale Today
Commemorating its sixtieth year of
publication, The Michigan Technic,
engineering college magazine, will go
on sale at 8 a.m. today at the En-
gineering Arch, in the East Engineer-
ing Building lobby and in front of
the secretary's office, West Engineer-
ing Building.,I
"The Engineering College-Its Past,'
Present and Future," a three-phase
article by Herbert J. Goulding, a
member of the first engineering col-
lege faculty in 1895, Dean Ivan Craw-
ford of the engineering college, and
Prof. A. E. White of the engineering
research department will be the feat-
ured article.

New Opening
Catering Service
When you're hungry phone
4761 for Free Delivery
at 40c up.
Hamburg 10c
Foot Long Hot Dogs 10c
Fried Spring Chicken 50c
Beef Tenderloin Sandwich 35c
All kinds of sandwiches 15c up
808 S. State St.
We also serve dinner
at our counter.
Noon lunch 35c Dinner 15c


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DAILY 2-4-7-9 P.M.
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The daring and
romantic exploits of
The Bandit

Louis Speisberger, Alvin Steinman,
James Wienner, Saul Warshaw.
Psi Upsilon: William Caldwell, Wil-
liam Chickering, Arthur Cone, Char-
les Dryden, William Ducker, William
Early, Harry Holliday, Jay Hunting-
ton, John McDonnall, Edward Mor-
ley, Robert Mulligan, Mason Rumney,
Jr., Edward Scott, Eugene Eckrich.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Cortez Bell,
Jr., Ned Gates, John Handley, John
Highfield, Ruel Lehman, Jr., Jack
Lind, Robert Miars, Melvin Myron,
William Noble, William Parmenter,
Philip Scott.
Sigma Alpha Mu: Sidney Alexan-
der, Richard Barrar, Victor Baum,
Harvey Brackar, Chester Browdy,
Alan Cohen, Albert Cohen, Fred Fei-
genson, Leonard Feinberg, Monroe
Fink, Bernard Goldstone, Norman
Gould, Allen Holt, George Ingber,
Lutz, Milton Moscowitz, Richard
Rovit, Ralph Seltzer, Seymour Silver-
man, Melvin Wallace, Stanford'Wal-
lace, William Yolles.
Sigma Chi: Bruce Beckington, My-
ron Beekman, Thomas Beeson, Ace
Cory, George Dietz, Donald Dilley,
Douglas Ferguson, George Gardner,
Benjamin Cross, Fred Hamric, James
Ralph Jepsen, John Larkin, John
Lougheed, Kirk McKinney, David
Matthews, Walter Michael, Dean
Monson, George Morley, Birk Nott,
son, George Morley, Birk Nott,
Thomas Owens, Edward Perry, Thom-
as Preston, Thomas Schoepfle, Thom-
as Twitchell, George Wantz, Herbert
Geary, George Collins.
Sigma Nu: Burt Avedon, David
Buck, George Callens, Randolph
Dukes, Dorman Godwin, Owen John-
son, Richard Nutt, Henry Sanchez,
Glen Schroeder, RobertgHebel.
Sigma Phi: John Angle, James
Beyster, William Brown, Russell
Dodge, William Emory, Thomas
Grier, Edward Horskotte, Charles
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