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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Awarded the Croix de Guerre in
the first World War and recently
accepted with overseas rating a sec-
ond time by the U. S. Arny, Prof.
Bryan Rust of Wayne University will
be one of three speakers to .address
the Armistice Day Rally in RackhamI
Auditorium at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday.
Also on the program-sponsored
by the Student Defenders of Demo-
cracy-will be talks by Prof. Preston
Slosson of the history department
and Don O'Connor, '42. The Univer-
sity Band, under the direction of
William Revelli, is scheduled to open
the rally with selections of a patri-
otic nature. d.

-Don O'Connor-will present the
student outlook on war and peace.
Of draft age and certain to be called
immediately if this nation gets into
the conflict, O'Connor nevertheless
takes the stand that the United
States must give more efficient, more:
effective aid to the anti-Hitler forces.r
He believes we must do this even atl
the risk of war.
Chairman A Transfer
O'Connor has had several years of
public speaking and debating experi-
ence. A transfer from Grand Rapids
Junior College,- he was a member of
that school's debating team and at;
the same time delivered many
speeches before local clubs and or-
ganizations.
The Student Defenders of Demo-
cracy, which is sponsoring the rally,
is a national organization having
chapters on 150 campuses all over
the country. Most of these other,
chapters are holding similar Armis-
tice .Day mass meetings.
The largest rally is that being ,held
in New York City. It is to be broad-
cast and will include such speakers ,
as Dorothy Thompson, Herbert Agar-
Sergeant Allan York. Robert Wagner,
Jr. and Peter Flynn.
Other activities, of the Michigan.
chapter of the SDD have been lec-
tures by faculty men, rallies and pe-
tition drives. At present plans are
being made, in cooperation with the
Student Senate, for a large week-end
party for men in the service. Soldiers
from Fort Custer, Grosse Ile, and,
Selfridge Field will be invited to at-
tend.
Se1out Forces Art Cinema
To Start Another Series
Proving that students need plenty
of. good laughs, the Art Cinema
League announced a complete sellout
of tickets for the Sunday evening'
four-program comedy series.
A continued demand for tickets has
influenced the League to have sup-
plementary showings of the same
films at. 6:30 p.m. on the established
dates, Sunday Nov. 23 and Jan. 18.
Tickets are on sale at the League, the
Union and a State Street "bookstore.
Trade associations in the United
States currently number about 8,000,
according to the Department of Com-
merce.

The City Beat:
News Of Ann Arbor
in Summary
Ann Arbor police were informed
yesterday that 210 truckloads of sol-
diers from Fort Custer will pass
through the city Monday and Tues-
day on their way to Detroit to take
part in the annual Armistic'e Day
parade.
Routing of the trucks will start
from Jackson Ave., from there to
Huron St., on to Main St., from
there to Beakes St. to the traffFo
light at Broadway, and from there
to Detroit via Plymouth Rd.
Chief of Police Sherman H. Mor-
tenson saidthat a police escort would
be provided for the trucks through
the city, and asked motorists to
avoid those streets whenever, possi-
ble, as the army trucks wIll have the
right of way and local traffic will be
held up.
With $11,000 still lacking to fill
the quota, the local Community Fund
drive has launched a post-campaign
push which is hoped to make up the
difference. The Ann Arbor goal is
$59,434.
William Gallup, '45E, suffered
slight' injuries Thursday when he
ran his bicycle into the back of a
car turning up a driveway on Hill
St.

Spanish Talk
Will Be Given
Latin-American Literature
Subject Of Discussion
One of the Western Hemisphere's
outstanding authorities on Spanish
American literature will deliver a
University Lecture in Spanish on
"Don Segundo Sombra" at 4:15 p.m.
Monday in the Rackham Amphi-
theatre.
He is Dr. Amado Alonso, director
of the Instituto Filologico of BuenosI
Aires, in this country as visiting pro-
fessor at the University of Chicago,
where he received an honorary de-
gree at the fiftieth anniversary of

College Success Story:
Obscurity To Oblivion
Martin Gurwin. '40, now doing
graduate work in retailing at New
York University has been awarded a
store-service privilege.
Mr. Gurwin who was an active
member of the Student Senate was
one of sixty-two men picked fromj
several hundred applicants. The
store-service privilege is much sought
after since it offers opportunities for
practical experience and usually leads
to placement immediately after grad-
uation.
Emory university was named for
Bishop John Emory of Maryland.

Riegel To Address
Lansing Eiingineers
Riding a state circuit for the Midh-
igan Engineering Society, Professor
J. W. Riegel, professor of industrial
relations, will go to Lansing, Monday,
for the next of his lectures on indus-
trial relations.
Professor Riegel will address the
Lansing Engineer's Club on the top-
ic, "Obtaining Acceptance of Method
Development and Production Stand-
ards.- Labor's natural reaction to
proposed industrial change by eii-
ployers will be discussed.
Professor Riegel is also Director
of the Bureau of Industrial Relaticns
in the School of Business Adminis-
tration.

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Latest reports from the Health
Service-and from impartial ob-
servers-indicate that the bicycle
was injured more than Gallup.
Some people are better at one kind
of writing over another.
William Chipman, a free lance
sports yvriter from New York, at-
tempted to forge a check for the ;
Wolverine-Gopher game, and was
thrown into jail for 45 days for his
efforts. The fine offered in lieu of
a jail sentence was $75, but Chipman
elected the former.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1941
VOL. LH. No. 36
Publication in the Daily official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all,
members of the University.
Notices
To Members of The University
Council: There will be a meeting of
the University Council on Monday,
November 10, at 4:15 p.m. in Room
1009 A.H.
Agenda:
Minutes of the meeting of October
13.
Communication from the Univer-
sity Senate relative to the function
and size of the University Council.
Report of the Counselor to Foreign
Students.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Bronson-Thomas Prize in Ger-
man. Value $32.00. Open to all uner-
graduate students in German of dis-
tinctly American training. Will be
awarded on the results of a three-
hour essay competition to be held
under departmental supervision in
the latter half of March, 1942 (exact
date to be announced two weeks in
advance). Contestants must satisfy
the Department that they have done
their reading in German. The essay
may be written in English or German.
Each contestant will be free to choose
his own subject from a list of 30
offered. Students who wish to com-
pete must be taking a course in Ger-
man (32 or above) at the time of the
competition. They should register
and obtain further details as soon as
possible at the office of the Ger-
man Department, 204 University
Hall.
Presidents of Fraternities and Sor-
orities are reminded that membership
lists for the month of October are
now due in' the Office of the Dean
of Students. A complete list of men
pledged during the month should be
included.
School of Education Students, oth-
er than freshmen: Courses dropped
after today will be recorded with a
grade of "E" except under extra-
ordinary circumstances. No course
is considered officially dropped un-
less it has been reported in the Office
of the Registrar, Room 4, University
Hall.
Students, College of Literature,
Science, and the Arts: Courses
dropped after today by students other
than freshmen will be recorded with
the grade of "E". Exceptions to this
regulation may be made only because
of extraordinary circumstances such
as serious or long continued illness.
Wdmen students wishing to attend
the Columbia-Michigan football game
are required tb register in the Office
of the Dean of Women. A letter of
permission from parents must be'in
this office not later than Wednes-
day, November ,12. If the student
does not go by train, special permis-
sion for another mode of travel must
be included in the parent's letter.

Graduate women are invited to regis-

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