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Edward G. Bull Receives Commission
Edward G. Bull, who received his the Navy kir Corps. Ensign Bull, of
B. S. degree from the University, has Stockton, N. Y., will report to the
cofnpleted his advanced training and Naval Air Station at Norfolk, Va., for
has been commissioned an ensign in full-time duty with a patrol squadron.

Dr. Gravit To Discuss 'Cuisine'
In Meeting Of Cercle Francais



Selections From Debussy
To Be Heard By Society
At Session On Tuesday
"La Cuisine Francaise" will be the
subject of a talk by Francis W. Gravit
of the Romance Languages Depart-
ment at the second meeting of the
Cercle Francais at 8 p.m. Tuesday in
the League.
Following Dr. Gravit's speech, Har-
old Fishman, '42M, will render a
group of Debussy piano selections.
One of the primary purposes of this
meeting will be to organize members
into varied activities, each one being
eligible for committee 'work in the
planning of programs, music, the pre-
sentation of plays, games or publicity.
Further, stated Prof. Charles E.
Koella, adviser to the club, "We shall
try to make a chorus of the members,
so as to teach them to sing the French
songs in harmony."
All students on campus with one
college year or two high school years
of French are urged to become mem-
bers, as the Cercle Francais will strive,
in accordance with the desires of the
committee in charge and of the chair-;
man of the Department of Romance
Languages, Prof. Hayward Keniston,
to encourage thV students to improve'
their knowJedge of the French lan-
guage, ° culture and civilization; , to
learn French songs; 'to enjoy them-
selves socially and to be actively in-
terested in their club and its aims.
"We will try," promises Professor
Koella, "to make it as entertaining
as possible for the members and to
Law Review'
To Be Issued
Convoys, Labor Disputes,
Trade To Be Featured
Three articles of interest to those
outside as well as those connected
with the legal profession are con-
tained in the first issue of volume
forty of the Michigan Law Review,
which will be published tomorrow.
In an Article entitled "Neutral Con-
voys in Law and Practice," Ben-
jamin Akzin of the Library of Con-
gress Legislative Reference Service
discusses the wartime powers of the
President. According to Mr. Azkin,
"The Executive's power to conduct
foreign relations is not subject to the
reservation of refraining from acts
which may conceivably lead to war.
"Federal Intervention in Labor
Disputes and Collective Bargaining,"
by Ludwig Teller, cites the need for
appropriate Federal legislation to
govern labor disputes.
In the third article, "The Supreme
Court, the Commerce Clause, and
State Legislation," Vincent M. Bar-
nett, Jr., also advocates Congres-
sional intervention, to destroy the
increase, in interstate barriers which
have been permitted by recent liberal
Supreme Court decisions under the
commerce clause.
Supplementing these articles are
comments and decision notes written
by law students. This issue is the
first of eight published monthly,
November to June inclusive.

make of them an enthusiastic groupI
who will learn to speak French more
and more, and like it."
The committee in charge of the
club's activities includes Professor
Koella, chairman, and James C. O'-
Neill and Dr. Gravit, all of the De-
partment of Romance Languages.
Officers of the Cerele are as fol-
lows: president, George Kiss, Grad.;
vice-president, Richard Picard, Spec.;
secretary, Elsie Jensen, '42 and treas-
urer, Marilyn MacRitchie, '43.
The City Beat:
Today's Ann Arbor News
In Summnary
The city dump on Dhu Varren Rd.
will be in use for at least another
week because the injunction order has
not been issued as yet by Circuit
Judge Fred George.
Property owners won their suit
against the city recently, claiming
that the dump was a health menace
and a public nuisance. The city in-
tends to carry the case to the state
supreme court.
Celebration of American Educa-
tion Week will open today with an
all-city tea from\4 to 6 p.m. in the
high school gymnasium.
Ann Arbor parents, teachers and
children will all participate in the
seven day affair which first began
in 1921.
Edward F. Conlin, local 'attorney
has been appointed to the Ann Arbor
draft board by Governor Murray D.
Van Wagoner.
Conlin replaces Harold M. Golds
who was called to active service in
the marine corps.
That fellow who predicts the
weather in this town says that we're
going to have more snow flurries
(which may mean a blizzard, de-
pending on the flippancy of the air
currents around here) and freezing
temperatures today.
Superintendent of the Ferndale
schools and governor of the 153 dis-
trict of the Rotary International Ed-
gar F. Down will speak to Ann Arbor
Rqtarians at their regular weekly
meeting at noon Wednesday.
Avukah Plans
Year's Activity
Zionist Group To Discuss
Policy At Hillel Today
Policy for the coming year will be
the subject of the meeting of the
local chapter of Avukah, American
students' Zionist organization, at 8
p.m. today at Hillel Foundation.
Emphasis on Avukah's participa-
tion in Jewish community life is ex-
pected to be the object of its work
in the coming year. Extensive addi-
tions to the program along the lines
of Avukah's highly successful Sun-
day school are planned .
Discussion will take the form of
a panel led by Gerald davidson, '43,
William Schumer, '44, and Elise Zeme,
'44, with participation by the audi-
Further plans include a series of
outside speakers who will discuss the
g neral subject of "Zionism and Its
lielationship to American Jewish
Life." Dates of lectures will be an-
nounced at a later date.

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ced yesterday by Opera Director fJ
"Bob" Adams. Look your best for the festive weeks -
The embryo actors are Truman shine and glow with glamour. Holiday
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mon, '43, Art Katz, Grad., Dick Stew-
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QPT courses are held in many uni-
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country. Basic flying training courses
are followed by an examination for
pilot's license. The course here has
been in operation for about a year
with flight leaving from Ann Arbor
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Will See Mexican Movie

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