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October 23, 1941 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1941-10-23

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Student Union
Secretary To
Witt Speaks Here Again;
'America Is In Danger'
Will Be Topic Of Talk
Bert Witt, national executive secre-
tary of the American Student Union,
will speak at 8 p.m. today at Unity
Hall. "America Is In Danger" will be
the topic of his speech.
The difficulties found in promot-
ing an effective anti-fascist program
on a college campus will be discussed
by Witt. He is well known to stu-
dents, having appeared here twice
last year.,
Open to all interested students, the
meeting will give ASU members a
chance to vote on the policy which
has been formulated by the national
executive committee.
At the meeting the roll call oft
the Ralph Neafus Brigade will be
read. This brigade is the honor roll
of solicitors of the "Student Advo-
cate," national organ of the ASU.
It has been founded in honor of'
Nealus, former Michigan student and
founder of the campus chapter who
lost his life fighting for the loyalist
armies in Spain in 1937. He was one
of three Michigan students who
fought with Spanish republican
troops at that time.

Nursery Education Conference
To Open With General Meeting
"Life, Liberty and Happiness for William Haber of the economics de-
Children Now" is the theme of the partment will lead a ,symposium on
ninth biennial conference of the Na- the subject "Children In a World of
tional Associatibn for Nursery Edu- Peace." A seminar group which will
t-discuss "Community Planning for the
cation which will meet in Detroit to-Well-being of Young Children will
day, ,tomorrow and Saturday and be led by Edith Bader of the Ann
which will terminate its activities in Arbor Public Schools. Service group
Ann Arbor Sunday and Monday. discussions will also be headed by
An attendance of 2,000 teachers Professor McClusky and Professor
and administrators is expected at the Olson.
convention which will deal with the Mrs. L. A. Firestone and Miss Louise
problems of child care caused by in- Anderson of the University Elemen-
adequate housing and the employ- tary School, Mrs. H. A. Towsley of
ment of mothers in the defense pro- Towsley Nursery School, Mrs. Joseph
gram. Park of Ann Arbor Cooperative
Prof. Willard C. Olson of the school School and Miss Josephine Davis and
of education will address a general Miss Charlotte Woody of Ann Arbor
meeting in Detroit at 3:15 p.m. to- public schools will act as hostesses at
morrow on the subject, "Making the dinners to be served from 1 to 4 p.m.
Findings of Research Useful."', Sunday at the Michigan Union and
At a general meeting to bi held at at the League.
4 p.m. Sunday in the Rackham Audi- Several of the speakers who will
torium Horace Kallen, author and participate in the conference have
professor of psychology and philoso- studied conditions existing in Eur-
phy in the graduate division of the ope and especially England and will
New School of Social Research in determine what would be done in this
New York City, will speak on the country under similar cicumstances.
topic "Education for Free Men." Dean All meetings scheduled for Sunday
E. Blythe Stason of the Law School afternoon and Monday evening are
will preside. open to the public without charge.
Among the activities scheduled for A l
Monday is a speech to be given by A special scholarship is maintained
Prof. Howard McClusky of the psy- at Dartmouth college for a "religious
chology department at 2 p.m. Prof. man from Missouri."



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Billiard Room 'of the Union

SHE LOOKS AT THE RECORD ...Maxine Woodfield inspects a roll of
film made with an aerial camera, one of those which equip the new Claren-
don, Va., plant of the topographic branch of the U.S. Geological Survey, an
office which--more simply-will be concerned with naming maps that show
valleys, rivers, mountains, etc., of U.S. as a vital defense aid.'

WATC H YOUR ST EP 1-.High-stepping Muriel (left)
and Violet Mulvenna of Red Oak, Ia., are famous at University of
Mississippi football games as the drum majorette sister team-and
you can see why. They spend part of, their time teaching classes in
baton work and so. earn some of their tuition. Each won national
titles at the St. Paul winter carnival.

It costs less than one cent to
pse a 100-watt bulb all eve-
ning in your-favorite reading
lamp. See the new floor and
table Better Sight lamps and
the new I.E.S. 3-Lite lamps
now on display aC your
dealer's. (We do not sell
these lamps.) The Detroit
Edison Company.


"Step Right Up, Folks!
It's Terrific!"


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'HANDLE WITH CARE' MEANS JUST HAT"Gently, gently," the hand of that soldier '(right) seems to be say-
ing as a 2,000-pound demolition bomb is lowered from its carrier into the bomb cradle, for a touchy trip' over to a bomber at New
Orleans. It's all part of a day's work for a bomb service crew of the 450th ordnance co., aviation bombardment, which has the hazardous
Job of delivering to the air corps the TNT-loaded bomb all finned (to give stability) and fused (to provide the igniting force).



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