THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Hillel To Start
Kearny Commander After Attack
SSeries Of Guidance Classes
Will Be Inagurated By
S' S. Thomas Freidman
Opening the first of Hillel Foun-
dation's vocational guidance pro-
r grams, S. Thomas Freidman, voca-
..tionalguidance expert of District
6 B'nai B'rith Grand Lodge, will
speak on the choice of vocations 7:30
p.m. Sunday at Hillel Foundation.
Following up the talk, Mr. Freid-
man will be available Monday for
private interviews to help determine
A plea of innocent was entered the individual students' vocational
for Michael William Etzel (above), aptitudes. Appointments may be
22, pending another hearing in made at the Foundation.
Baltimore, Md., on charges of sabo- For adequate recommendations at
tage. Etzel, an FBI agent said, the conclusion of the course individ-
told of cutting wiring on Martin ual data must be compiled for Mr.
bombers so they could not be used Freidman. Application blanks to in-
against his relatives in Germany. lude the necessary information are
available at the Foundation. Ap-
pointments will be made after the
Tickets receipt of applications.
Mr. Freidman's two-day stay in
For Students Ann Arbor is part of a general tour
of college campuses in the midwest-
ern states under the jurisdiction of
nl e the District 6 GrandALodge. He is
________being sponsored in Ann Arbor by
Hillel Foundation's educational com-
Presidents of all league houses, co- mittee. Other speakers on the same
operative houses and dormitories are subject will be announced at later
equested to announce at meals and dates to complete the course of study:
meetings between now and Monday Registration in classes studying
the sale of season tickets for Play subjects of importance to Jewish stu-
Production. bdents is still open. Classes are being
The season tickets are being sold held in Hebrew and problems con-
this year for the first time in an ef- fronting Jews throughout the world.
fort to encourage attendance on Wed- A' new course in Yiddish language
'esday and Thursday nights and to and literature under the guidance of
put the tickets within the financial Gloria Donen, '43, has been opened
reach of all students. The special stu- to registration.
dent rate will be $1.75, tax included. regis___n._
Anyone interested in procuring the
tickets must buy them before Monday Prof. Craig Talks
either from members of the Theatre To
Arts Committee or in the League. To Hiawatha Club
Phey may also be purchased in league
houses, sororities, fraternities, dormi- Hiawatha Club members heard
ories and the Union. Prof. Robert Craig of the Forestry
First production of the season is School last night in the Michigan
William Saroyan's farce "Jim Dan- Union.
dy," which is being released here Professor Craig is Director of Camp
>rior to its appearance on Broadway Filbert Roth and Secretary of the
hrough special arrangement with School of Forestry and Conservation.
the playwright and the National Officers of the club, which is open
Pheatre Conference. to all students of the Upper Penin-
The comedy will open Nov. 5 and sula, include John Broman, '42, pres-
continue through Saturday Nov. 8. ident; Alan Earle, '42, vice-president;
Robert Bruley, '44E, secretary; and
Morgan To Visit Alumni William Cochran, '44, treasurer.
'We have had 50 members on an
Robert O. Morgan, Council Secre- average this year, but we expect to
ary and Assistant General Secretary add many more during the year,"
f the Alumni Association will visit +,Broman predicted.
he University of Michigan Club of A varied program for the year,
Lansing at its first meeting of the which will feature speakers, movies,
year to be held tonight at the Hotel dances, and athletic events, is plan-
)lds. Tied by the co-educational club.
Betsy Barbour House will have had
a full week-end when Sunday night
rolls around . . . Informal initiation
of new residents was held last night
and a Football Tea Dance will be
held tomorrow. Sunday they will con-
tinue tradition with their yearly Wel-
come Supper for new students in the
dorm. . .
The macabre spirit of Hallowe'en
will pervade Adelia Cheever tonight
when the gals hold their "Ghosts"
party from 9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. The
ree room will be transformed into a
"Ghost Grotto" and a Ghost Chorus
and Trio will wail banshee music for
the benefit of the ghosts-or guests,
as you will.
The exchange dinner between
Stockwell Hall and Michigan-Chi-
cago Houses is now a thing of the
past. After the dinner yesterday
there was dancing and fortune-tell-
ing. With regard to the latter, some
of the Stockwellites are home dream-
ing of the tall dark man who is soon
to enter their lives...
Hallowe'en Evecelebrations were
held in Jordan and Stockwell last
night. Jordan entertained Dean Alice
Lloyd and Mrs. Frederick Jordan,
former Dean of Women here.
Stockwell's "Backwards Party" was
calculated to confuse everybody. No
one objected to the sight of tables
sans tablecloths. No one said a word
when they saw the service-for-six
piled up in a heap in the middle of
the table. But the girls raised a howl
when dessert was served before the
meal began . . . Complaint: extreme
violation of custom.
The West Quad went Jack 0' Lan-
tern-and-carved-pumpkin in a big
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regular class assemblies Wednesday.
Freshman names are being given
out in advance, Kennedy pointed out,
as it is felt that the freshmen need
more time to become acquainted with
their classmates who are running for
Freshman candidates selected by
the election committee are George
Collins, James Eyster, Walter Fur-
bush, John Miller, Jack Mansfield,
Al Shevin and Ray Yagle.
Serving on the election committee
with chairman Kennedy are John
Burnham, '42E, Don West, '43E. and
David Wehmeyer, '44E.
Haggard and unshaven, Lt. Commander Anthony L. Danis, com-
manding officer of the U.S.S. Kearny, stands in front of a water-tight
door beside a twisted bulkhead aboard his ship when it arrived at an
unnamed port after being attacked in the Atlantic by a submarine
which fired three torpedoes. Photo by U.S. Army Signal Corps.
Owen Davis, Broadway actor and
son of the well-known playwright,
paid a surprise visit to the directing
class at the Laboratory Theatre yes-
Chatting informally with the
would-be actors. Davis said he knew
of no set rules to foflow for stardom.
He stressed the fact that the stock
company of yesteryears offered the
best opportunity for acting experi-
ence. With such companies almost
a thing of the past, college theatre
groups and the little theatre move-
ment are becoming increasingly im-
portant as practical training grounds
for ,Broadway aspirants.
"Acting is spontaneous," Davis
said. "A true actor does what a per-
son in a crisis would do. Everytime
I walk on the stage I think it is a
Illinois Game Broadcast
Will Be Heard Saturday
Graduate students of all colleges
are invited to listen to the broadcast
of the Illinois football game next Sat-
urday in the men's lounge of the
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The radio party will be sponsored 1 motif all over again and the proper
by the Graduate Council. table sentiment prevailed.
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"There seems to be a popular de-
mand for perfect babies and perfect
motion pictures. Thefirst isan impos-
sibility..lhave supplied the second,"
Roll Call campaign for the Amer-
ican Red Cross in Washtenaw
County has been set at 12,000
members, double last year's quota.
The drive will open Nov. 11 and.
continue throughout the month,
with house to house calls the even-
ing of Armistice Day as a new idea
in the annual membership drive.
Prospects for a "safe and sane"
Halloween celebration for Ann Arbor
children has been promised through
the combined efforts of a city recre-
ation department and the Junior
Chamber of Commerce.
Games, stunts, costume contests,
and refreshments will be a part of
the scheduled evening at West Park,
beginning at 7:30 p.m. today.
A six day school to be conducted
by the Federal Bureau of Investi-
gation will be open to police officers
from southeastern Michigan early
in January, Chief Sherman H. Mor-
tenson has announced.
Graduates To Hold
All graduate students are urged
to attend the informal Hallowe'en
mixer-party sponsored by the Grad-
uate Outing Club and the Graduate
Council at 8:00 tomorrow night at
the Rackham Building.
The sponsors hope that the party
will serve to get graduate students
better acquainted with one another.
There will be mixing-games of all
varieties and ballroom dancing to
records. The party will feature in-
struction in square-dancing. All
graduates are urged to attend singly
or in couples. There will be a charge
of twenty-five cents per person.
adding to your dancing
invites YOU to selct
your season's vocalist
FROM A GROUP OF
GABRIEL PASCAL, producer of "Pygmalion", presents a
magnificent picturization of George Bernard Shaw's famous play
"MAJOR BARBARA" starring WENDY HILLER, co-starring
Rex Harrison and Robert Morley - Released thru United Artists.
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