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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Gould To Be Guest Conductor
AtBand's Annual Varsity Night

New Foreign Minister

Harry Holmes
To Talk Here
On Chemistri

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Work Of Medical Chemist
To Be Described Today
In University Lecture

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meeting today in the Kalamazoo
Room of the League. All members
'please be present.

Alpha Nu meeting tonight at 7:30
"A Chemist's Adventures in Medi- on the fourth floor of Angell Hall. All
ine" will be the subject of a Univer- members are to attend.
pity Lecture to be given by Dr. Harry French Tea: Mrs. Ruth Wendt will
M. Holmes, Chairman of the Depart- be in charge of a French tea this
ment of Chemistry of Oberlin Uni- afternoon, 4:00-6:00, in the Grand
rersity, at 4:15 p.m. today in Room [Rapids Room of the Michigan
303, Chemistry Building. League. Small admission fee.

the language classes in Portuguese,
Spanish, and Russian will meet regu-
larly as scheduled:
Portuguese: Beginners,. Monday,
7 p.m., Tuesday, 8" W p.m.; Thurs-
day, 7 p.m. Advanced, Tuesday, 7
p.m.: Thursday, 7 p.m.
Spanish: Beginners, Thursday, 4
p.m.; Friday, 4 p.m. Advanced,
Thursday, 5 p.m.; Friday, 5 p.m.
Russian: Monday, 4 p.m.; Wednes-
day, 7 p.mi
Enrollment may still be made in
any of these classes. The German
Round Table and the Music Hour will
be omitted Wednesday evening be-
cause of the Choral Union Concert.
The French Round Table will meet
as usual at 8 o'clock Friday evening.

President-elect of the Ambrican Boot and Spur, University
"ihemical Society, Dr. Holmes has Riding Club, will hold tryouts
held one office or another in that at 5:15 p.m. Pickups will be
society every year since .1914. He is at the Engineering Arch.
one of the most widely renowned of

Men's
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s. freshman football coach; football Shigenori Togo has been named
iestras to use some captain Bob Westfall, '42, and Gould. foreign minister in Japan's new
itions are the Phil- Tickets for Varsi~y Night are now cabinet headed by Lieut. Gen. Eiki
ra (under Leopold on sale and may be obtained at the.
vew York Philhar- Union, the League, Wahr's Bookstore Tojo. Tojo has pledged his govern-
and the Detroit and or from any member of the Univer- ment to go ahead with its East Asia
onies, while Gould sity Bands. and Axis adherence policies
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present-day chemists.
Although Dr. Holmes was trained
as a general chemist, and much of
his early research was done in the
field of colloid chemistry, his tall'
will largely be on the subject of bio-
chemistry. As Dr. Holmes was among
the isolators of crystalline vitamin
A, and as he has done much work in
this field in later years, the emphasis
in his lecture will be on the vitamins.
Although his talk will of necessity
deal with semi-technical subjects, Dr.
Holmes' reputation as a speaker who
can make his audience understand
whereof he speaks should encourage
those not well versed in the topic to
attend.
University Dietitians
Travel To National:
Conclave Of A.DeA*

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Whip down to the

Union

Taproom. See Floyd (he de-
serves the medal). Have him
fix up your plate and you'll
feel like a million.

Eight dietitians are now represent-
ing the University at a three-day na-
tional convention of the American
Dietetic Association at the Jefferson
Hotel, St. Lduis, Mo.
Those who are attending the con-
vention arle Miss Kathleen Hamm,
chief Dietitian of the Residence
Halls; Miss Adelia Beeuwkes, In-
structor of Public Health; Miss
Christina Richart, Dietitian -at West
Quadrangle; Miss Mabel MacLach-
lan, Director of Dietetics and House-
keeping at University Hospital; Miss
Anna Light and Miss Lucille Frech,
Therapeutic Dietitians at University
Hospital; Miss Mary McKelvey, Ad-
ministrative Dietitian at University
Hospital, and Miss Inez Bozarth, Di-
-ector of the Lawyers Club.
Miss Frances McKinnon, formerly
instructor in Dietetics in the De-
artment of Internal Medicine, and
aow with the Arizona State Public
Health Department, will be in at-
tendance at the convention as presi-
dent-elect of the National Associa-
tion.

Christian Science Organization will
meet tonight at $ :15 in the chapel
of the Michigan League,
Coming Events
The Society of Automotive Engin-
eers and the American ,Society of
Mechanical Engineers will hold a
joint meeting on Thursday, October
23, at 7:30 p.m. in the Rackham
Amphitheatre. Mr. Clyde Paton,
chief engineer of the Packard Motor
Car Company, will speak on current
engineering problems. A sound film
"Wright Builds for Air Supremacy,"
will be shown. All engineers are in-
vited.
The Institute of Aeronautical Sci-
ences will meet in Room 1042 East
Engineering Bldg. at 7:45 p.m. on
Wednesday, Oct. 22. Nominations
for Vice Chairman and Secretary will
be made. All areonautical engineers
are invited to attend. Refreshments.
University Faculty Women.. A tea
will be held on Thursday, October 23,
from 3:30 to 5:30 at the home of
Miss Alice Lloyd, 1735 Washtenaw.
Alpha Lambda Delta, freshman
omen's honor society, will meet in
the League grill at 4:30 p.m., on
Wednesday, October 22. I unable to
attend, please call Marlou Shartel.
Phone 6484.
Pi Lambda Theta supper in the
Russian Tea Room of the Michigan
League on Wednesday at 5:30 p.m.,,
followed by business meeting and
executive meeting.
Slavic Club will meet on Wednes-
s1ay, October 22, at 8:00 o'clock in the
Recreation Room of the Internation-
al Center. All members are request-
ed to attend.

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Aspiring Newswomen
To Hear Technical Talk
Theta Sigma Phi, journalistic so-
ciety for women will meet at 4:30
p.m. tomorrow in the 1League to Irear
a lecture by Kenneth Chatters, shop
superintendent of The Daily.
This is the first in a series of pro-
grams for women desiring to make
writing their career. Michigan au-
thors and advertising managers and
newspapermen from Detroit and
vicinity will speak at later meetings.
Women students interested in at-
tending the meeting are welocme to
come.
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Today's
Summary

News

Third of the alleged trio accused of
shooting Lewis Osborn, municipal
golf course manager in an attempted
holdup last Friday night, was ar-
rested Saturday in Ypsilanti.
Denying any part on the robbery,
attempt, the youth was nevertheless
implicated by the other two boys
already in police custody, and was
identified by Osborn.
Opening the first fall meeting of
the Ann Arbor Social Service Semi-
nar at 10 a.m. this morning in the
Rackham Building, "Consumer Prob-
lems f and Civilian Morale" will be
the topic of discussion, led by Samuel
Jacobs, of Detroit.
Jacobs is regional representative of
the consumer division of the Office
of Price Control and Civlian Supply.
Ann Arbor drivers were warned
yesterday that they must yield the
right of way to vehicles with sirens.
Chief of Police Mortenson said that
police and firemen have been ex-
periencing considerable difficulty be-
cause motorists either refuse to pull
over, or do not do so fast enough.
An ordinance which makes the
yielding of right of way compulsory
is on the books, the Chief' warned,
and it will be strictly enforced.
National Education Week, Nov. 9-
15, is now engaging the activities of
the local council of the Parent-
Teacher association.
The Ann Arbor Teacher's Club is

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