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THE MICHIGAN DAILY t

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City To Open
Annual Drive
For Aid Fund
The Ann Arbor Community Fund
will conduct its 21st annual campaign
Oct. 27 to Nov. 5. This year's goal
has been set at $59,434, according to
John Moore, chairman of the Fund,j

Election To Be
Supervised By
Robt. Samuels
Dance Elections Will Be
Oct. 30; Petitions Due
For J-Hop,_Soph Prom

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and represents an increase over the namertormof
1940 campaign, which fell $2,500 named director of
hortof is . i eit was announced
short of its $56,000 goal. Men's Judiciary C
The defense program with simul- His first duty w
taneous reemployment of formerly vision of the J-Ho
unemployed citizens has not lessened committee election
the need for Community Fund aid,, Samuels is a men
Moore said, since only a small frac- Tau, a vice-presid
tion of the annual fund is expended formerly was a
for direct relief purposes. Rather, it Union executive cou
has increased the need, he said, cit- ted to Phi Beta Ka
ing the case of the Salvation Army, year.
which. is now assisting transient de- Edward Holmberg
fense workers and their families. Be- staff, will work in
cause of the defense boom an increase Samuels and will r
in contributions from business and balloting. All inq
industry is expected. elections should be
One of 550 Community Funds at 2-4409 or Holmb
in the United States, the Ann The JudiciaryC
Arbor organization was establish- pointed Verne C. K
ed in 1920 to coordinate the to a seat on its seve
existing competing and confusing ap- placing Ray Powe
peals of a large number of charitable unable to return to
organizations into a single annual because of illness
campaign. The Community Fund it- family. Kennedy,a
self does not administer any social member of Triang
services, but finances certain social and Blade.
welfare organizations of the city. Petitions for 'cor
Participating in the Ann Arbor the J-Hop and So
Community Fund are the Boy Scout at the Union studen
Council, Girl Scouts, Council of So- Thursday with 25 s
cial Agencies, Dunbar Community gibility cards of th
Center, Family and Children's Serv- Men petitioners s
ice, Maternal Health League, Michi- five-minute Judicis
gan Children's Aid Society, Old La- views to be held bet
dies' Home Association, Public Health Thursday. Women
Nursing Association, Salvation Army, viewed between 4
Y.M.C.A. and the Y.W.C.A. Thursday at the Le
In the University, Prof. Albert H. men's Judiciary C(
Marckwardt, of the Department of
English, and Prof. John P. Dawson, 'Honi soil
of the Law School, are co-chairmen '
of a sub-committee which will solicit,
contributions among members of the y pense .
faculty. _H._Jal.M

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'42. has been
campus elections,
yesterday by the

ouncil.
will be the super-
p and Soph Prom
as on October 30.
mber of Zeta Beta
ent of the Union,
member of the
unqil and was elec-
appa in his junior
g, '43, of the Union
cooperation with
regulate polls and
uiries concerning
made of Samuels
berg at 2-3189.
Council also ap-
Kennedy, Jr., '42E,
en-man board, re-
M1, '42E, who was
o campus this fall
in his immediate
a Sigma Chi, is a
les and Scabbard
mmittee posts for
ph Prom are due
nt offices by noon
ignatures and eli-
e applicants.
should register for
ary Council inter-
ween 2 and 6 p.m.
are to be inter-
:15 and 6 p.m.,
eague by the Wo-
ouncil.
t qui mal
So Spake
Co rmicl

Henry J. Allen
Will Address
Dinner Group
Former Sen. Henry J. Allen, rep-
resentative of the Save the Children
Federation, will address a dinner in
his honor at 6 p.m. tomorrow in the
League, and a public gathering at
8 p.m. the same evening in the Rack-
ham Lecture Hall.
Speaking as chairman of the Brit-
ish child aid committee of the Fed-
eration, Sen. Allen will be presentj
also at informal receptions. before
and after the dinner.
Prof. John . Brumm of the jour-
nalism department is expected to
preside at the dinner which has been
arranged by the Ann Arbor branch
of the Federation headed by Mrs.
Preston W. Slosson and Mrs. Edward
W. Blakeman. Tickets may be ob-
tained from them, Mrs. Julio del
Toro, acting ticket chairman, or fromi
a State Street bookstore.
Stevens Talks
At Hillel Today
Discussion To Be Preceded
By ReligiousServices
Speaking at the second Hillel Fire-
side Discussion Group of the year,
Mr. A. K. Stevens of the English de-
partment will discuss "Half-Faith" at
8:30 p.m. today at Hillel Foundation.
Immediately preceding the forum
at 7:30 discussion will be regular
conservative religious services con-
du9ted by Jack Lewin-Epsteih, '43,
and David Crohn, '43.
Discussion groups and religious
services are a regular Firiday evening
feature at Hillel Foundation. Speak-
ers f(om the faculty and Jewish lead-
ers will be featured speakers in later
discussion groups. Forum discussions,
panels, debates and talks will be in-
cluded in the programs.
License Fee Charged
LANSING, Oct. 16. - UP) - Mer-
chants who sell hunting licenses may
retain a five-cent fee for their service
on all licenses sold after October 9,
the State Conservation Department
announced today. The notification
followed legislative action last week
which gave immediate effect to a
tiew law providing for the five-cent
fee retention. The department in-
structed dealers to report their .sales
through October 9 and then to start
taking advantage of the fee. It was
estimated by a departement spokes-
man the new law will lower revenues
by $35,000 for the 1941 hunting sea-
son.

Colombia Cabinet Is Out
BOGOTA, Colombia, Oct. 16.-(,)
-The Colombian Cabinet designed
today after the Chamber of Deputies
voted unanimously to investigate the
sale of the steamship Boyaca by the
war department for $50,000.
The conservative opposition charg-
ed the vessel was worth $200,000.
New Opening
for
Catering Service
When you're hungry phone
4761 for Free Delivery
ot 40c up.
Hamburg 10c
Foot Long Hot Dogs fco
Fried Spring Chicken 50e
Beef Tenderloin Sandwich 35c
All kinds of sandwiches 15e up
LEO PING,
808 S. State St.
We also serve dinner every day

The Governnment of Japan is taking
a national inventory of stocks of 97
strategic materials.
Eisenstein's
* TIME
IN THE SUN
The Unfinished Symphony
of /he Me'xican Peop>le
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Roethke Visits Ann Arbor
William A. C. Roethke, past secre-
tary-treasurer of the eighth district
of the Alumni Association, and past
president of the University of Mich-
igan Club of Los Angeles, has visited
Ann Arbor during the past few days.
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Roseate in the promise of a new
9awn, Journalist-Writer Jay Mc-
Cormick, editor of Perspectives, Mich-
igan's obscure literary magazine, an-
nounces the inevitable-the magazine
for 1941 will burst onto the literary
scene with the same presumptious
genius of duBarry or Catherine of
Aragon, a bearer of joys unimagin-
able.
The chaste white walls of art,
McCormick cheerfully thunders, have
become a part of Perspective's tradi-
tion./ We are now within the gardens
of promise where, he observes proud-
ly, literaryefruit, serenely succulent,
are displayed to the common view.
The deplorable conception of good
modern literature as an incompre-'
hensible hodge-podge of self-flagel-
lation, searching after faith, schizo-
phrenial abnormalities et cetera, he
observes, has lost Perspectives a good
share of the intelligent reading pub-
lic.
We shall make no attempt to pop-,
ularize our magazine, he said; but
we shall attempt to rouse our poten-
tial reading public out of its mental
lethargy to an enjoyment of our ma-
terial.
Given the opportunity to realize
that good literature may be written
by students of the University which
has drawn young writers from 'all
over the nation to compete in the
Hopwood Contests, Perspedtives read-
ers will flock to the cause and
raise hozannahs to the skies. Thus
spake McCormick.
Independent Men Plan
State Convention Here
Plans for a state convention of the
Michigan Independent Students' As-
sociation to be held in Ann Arbor
November 14-16 were announced by
Louis Fogel, convention chairman,
Monday at the weekly meeting of
Congress, Independent Men's Asso-
ciation.
Invitations have been sent to in-
dependent student groups in the 35
colleges and universities of the state.
The program for thge convention will
be announced within a few days.
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