' yTHE MICHIGAN DAILY WE SDAY ne
OVEMBER 5, 1941
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
.m. in the Union. Prof. Wisler will
peak on "Flood Control." New mem-
The Psychology Journal Club will
neet Thursday, Nov. 6, at 7:30 p.m.,
.n East Conference Room, Rack-
iam Bldg. Prof. T. M. Newcomb will,
Discuss his recent extensive work in
Personality and Social Attitudes. Re-
Ann Arbor Independents will meet'
jointly with Beta Kappa Rho at the
League on Thursday at 8:00 p.m.
in connection with Independent Fort-
night. Freshmen women especially
Zoological movies will be shown in
the Natural Science Auditorium on
Thursday, November 6, at 4:10 p.m.
Open to all interested.
Physical Education-Women Stu-
dents: Individual Sports Tests will be
given this week in the fbllowing activ-
ities: Tennis, Archery, Golf, Friday,
November 7, 1:00 to 3:00, Women's
Swimming, Tuesday and Thursday
evenings, 8:30 p.m., Union Pool.
Students are asked to sign up at
the Women's Athletic Building for
appointments to take these tests.
The attention of upperclass stu--
dents with Incompletes in Physical
Education is called to this notice.
Reservations for the International
Dinner: Thursday, November 6, is the
last day during which reservations
can be made for the International
Dinner to be held on November 19 for
foreign students and their friends.t
Foreign students and fellow citizens
from Hawaii and Puerto Rico are
entitled to complimentary tickets as
guests of the University. Faculty
and townspeople as well as American
students may purchase tickets at the
Assembly Associatiod announces
that through the courtesy of Play
Production, all season tickets will
be on sale in the Social Director's
office at the Michigan League until
Thursday, November 6. Hours, 9-6.
Prof. Wisler Will Speak
At ASCEMeeting Here
"Flood Control" will be the subject
of a talk to be given byi Prof. C. O.
Wisler Thurs., Nov. 13, at 7:30 p.m.
before a meeting of the student chap-
ter of the American Society of Civil
Professor Wisler, who is well known
in the field of soil conservation, will
discuss all aspects of flood control
and conduct an open forum after his
The exchange dinner's the thing
. as far as Greene and Hinsdale
Houses of the East Quad are con-
cerned. It's Jordan Hall tonight.
Helen Newberry will have an Ad-
ministration dinner tomorrow night.
The following guests will be present:
Mr. and Mrs. Erich Walter; Dr. and
Mrs. Charles Sink; Mr .and Mrs.
Francis Shiel; Mrs. Shirley Smith;
Mrs. John Tracy, and Mr. and Mrs.
The guest book will also bear the
signatures of Mr. and Mrs. Atwood,
Dean Joseph Bursley, Dean Alice
Lloyd, Miss Jeannette Perry and Mrs.
The East Quad Council is now
worrying about all affairs that con-
cern the quad-at-large. Each house
has its own officers. Each house has
its own problems to straighten out.
Adams-Winchell Houses of the
West Quad have invited faculty
"stags" to a dinner today. Adams'
guests are Mr. John Stibbs (English);
Professor Carver (Math); Mr. Cargo
(Poli-Sci); Mr. Herman (French);
Professor Long (Hist.); Mr. Winkel-
man (German); and Mr. Raiford
Adams House engineering facul-
tymen include: Professor Brier,
Professor Hodges, Mr. Britton, Mr.
Day, Professor Moore and Profes-
sor Pawlowski. Professor Sellars
(Phil.), Professor Sparrow (Bot.)
and Mr. O'Neil (English) will also
attend the dinner as guests.
Will Hold Dinner
At Union Nov. 19
A colorful program presented by
University foreign students will high-
light the annual International Din-
ner which will be held at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, Nov. 19, "the eve of
Thanksgiving," in the ballroom of the
The program will be' opened by
two Turkish folk dances. Called
zeybeks, the dances are customs of
the people in Southern Asia Minor
and Smyrna. Philippine students
will present three dances connected
with the rice harvest in their native
The dinner is open tq the public
for the first time in more than 20
years. Complimentary invitations
have been sent to foreign students
and to American students from Puer-
to Rico and Hawaii.
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