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Game Pictures
To Be Feature
of New Garg'
Sports Quiz, Candid Shots
Add To Football Theme
Of Next Week's Issue
Football season will be all but for-
gotten Tuesday, Nov. 18, when Michi-
ganders relive every tense moment of
the great game-the thrill of the
completed pass, the belly flop into the

Speech Group
To Hear Talk
By A. H. Lovell
Speaking on the advisability of a
"Work Reserve Pool for the After-
Defense Effort," Dean A. H. Lovell,
assistant dean of the College of Engi-
neering, will be guest speaker at a
regular meeting of Sigma Rho Tau,
engineering speech society, to be held
at 7:30 p.m. today in the Union.
Contending that the country's in-
dustry is now geared up to meet de-
fense needs, Dean Lovell will lead a

(Continued from Page 4) 4 with Gieseking at the piano. 7:30-
9:00 in the Lounge.
will meet today at 5:00 p.m. in the 9:00 p.m. German Round Table.
League-room number to be posted. Mrs. Wendt in charge.
All interested in working on this
committee are urged to dome and
bring their eligibility cards. . Graduate Council Social Hour: The
weekly social hour for graduate stu-
C sn.e g.idents will be held in the Rackham
Christian Science Organization will -Assembly Hall on Wednesday, 8-1f

Organist will Give
Recital Tomorrow
The Organ Recital Series will have
its first guest organist tomorrow
when Hugh Porter. organist and
choirmaster at the Collegiate Church
of St. Nicholas. New York, will be
heard in a recital at 4:15 p.m. in
Hill Auditorium.
Porter, who is also a member of the
faculty of the Juilliard Summer
School and Union Theological Semi-
nary School of Sacred Music, will
give a program featuring the works
of Bach, Caesar Franck, Hindemith
and Weitz.
Subsequent recitals of Nov. 19 and
Dec. 3 will be played by Prof. Palmer
Christian, University organist,
Food prices in British West Indies
are 41 percent above 1939 levels, the
Department of Commerce reports.
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end zone, the brilliance of the block-- discussion of plans for taking up the
through the medIum of Gargoyle, slack in the post-war period, and the
Michigan's magazine of campus life, best means for avoiding a post-war
And Gargoyle idn't stop wi h ac- Inaugurated at the speech 'society's
ion shots of the Igames th-mselves, meeting last week, the program of
for the pigskin feature will contain, freshman training units will be con-
n 'addition. numerous candid shots tinued and extended at today's meet-
tclen on football weekends---life in ing. New members will be given op-
col;ge town made clear forposter- portunity to speak before the group
'.£y through the offset method, of on'a variety of subjects.
;rinting adapted this year by Gar- The informal debate on the ad-
7oyle. vantages of rear-engine automobiles

To tie in with the 'general sports
reme of the issue. Hal Wilson, sports
ditor of The Daily, has composed a
ports quiz to test the student's know-
ledge of turf, diamond,"gridiron and
track. Gargoyle's editors guarantee
a geius rating to anyone who can
correctly answer every question.
It's a challenge, so all students are
arged to buy their Gargoyles early on
Commander Youn
To Discuss Aircraftl
In Navy Talk Today
Lieut.-Comm. R. C. Young, U.S.N.,
will talk on "Aircraft and the Car-
rier" at 7:15 p~m. toda~y in Room 348
West Engineering Building, in the
sixth of a series of lectures on Naval
Commander Young is the com-
manding officer of the U. S. Naval
Reserve Aviation Base in Grosse Ile,
and will be able to speak authorita-
tively on modern aviation. Heis the
first visiting speaker to appear in the
series of lectures on naval subjects
sponsored by the Department of
Vaval Science and Tactics.
This series of fifteen lectures is
designed primarily for students who
T"old or intend to hold a commission
in the Naval Reserve.
For Officer's Training
Wilford, H. Brown, '40, of Crown
Point, Ind., has been selected as one
of 27 from 81 competitors for ad-
mission to the Field Artillery Officers'
Candidate Course at Fort Sill, Okla.
Private Brown successfully com-
pleted the four-week preliminary
competitive course and will begin the
final three-month test at the Fort
on Nov. 13, after which he will be
ommissioned a second lieutenant in
the Field Artillery of the Army.
There will be tryouts. for the
Hillel Players between 4 and 5:30
p.m. today at the Hillel Founda-

also begun at last week's meeting, will
be continued this evening,
THusie ,Students
To Give Recital
~eveli, Howland., Stubbins
To Conduet Ensemble
Striking a fresh note in musical
programs to be given here this season.
a student ensemble under the direc-
tion of William H. Stubbins, Russell
Howland and Prof. William Revelli,
all of the music school faculty, will
be heard in a recital of compositions
for woodwind and brass instruments
at 8:30 p.m. today in Lydia Mendel-
ssohn Theatre.
Including the works of Beethoven,
Ramsoe, Agustini and others, the
program will be of unusual interest
because of thq strong use of the saxo-
phone, French horn and clarinet.,
The clairinet and saxophone, both
recent additions in orchestral reper-
toire, are, of course, popular in the
modern dance orchestra even more;
'however, the use of the oboe, by the
group, makes use of one of the most
ancient of woodwind instruments, as
the shawm, or primitive oboe, has
been found in Egyptian tombs of 3700
B.C. era.
The recital is open to the public,
but young children cannot be ad-
Relifgious Lectures
To Be Inaugurated
The last lecture in a series of sem-
inars in Oriental Religions will be
given by Kenneth Morgan, director
of the Student Religious Association,
at 7 p.m. tomorrow in Lane Hall.
Morgan will speak on "Hinduism," :
tracing the history of this religious:
sect and discussing the religion from
the basis of his experience of living
for one year in India, during which
time he spent six months in a Hindu
A discussion of various aspects of
Oriental religions will conclude the
seminar. All students interested are
invited to attend the meeting.

meetL onignL aLti 0: i in Le cn apei or
.he Michigan League.
Wesley Foundation: Armistice Day
Meditation, 4:00-6:00 p.m., today, in
-hapel at south end of church.
Starvation supper at 6:00 tonight in
'ecreation room. .
Hillel Prayers: Try-outs will be held
-his afternoon at the Foundation
>etween 4:00 and 5:30. Anyone in-
erested in ating is invited.
Bibliophiles Group df the Faculty
.omen's Club will meet at the League
)day at 2:30 p.m.
Michigan Dames Drama Group
ill meet tonight at 8:00 p.m. at the
iome of Mrs. Roy Cowden, 1016 Oliv-
Faculty Women's Club: The Music
Section of the Faculty Women's Club
will have a potluck supper tonight at
6:30 at the home of Mts. Paul G.'
Kauper, 1702 Shadford Rd.
Catholic Women's Tea today, 3:30-
5:30 p.m. at St. Mary's Club Rooms.
Coming Events
Theta Sigma Phi will meet Wed-
nesday, Nov. 12, at 4:00 p.m. at the
League. Mr. Marc Brouwer, Adver-
tising Manager of the Journal of
Health and Physical Education, will
give a talk on "Advertising." All
women interseted are invited.
Motor Mechanics Class: All stu-
dents who have signed up in the
Social Director's Office for the Motor
Mechanics Class, must report to the
Thayer Street Entrance of Ain
Arbor High School on Wednesday,
November 12, at 7:30 p.m.
International Center: Beside the
regular classes in spoken Portuguese,
Spanish, Russian, and Arabic, and
the special English classes for foreign
students, the program this week in-
cludes the following to be specially,
Wednesday, Nov. 12. The program
for the Music Hour will consist of
Brahm's Symphony No. 2; Cezr
Franck's Variations Symphoniques;
and Beethoven's Piano Concerto No.

.m. Cards, music for dancing, and
- rious games will be available. Re-
reshments. The evening will be en-
irely informal, and no organized
rogram is planned. Admission by
dentification card; no charge. The
ime will be varied each weej: to
accommodate differences in study3
University students who are for-
mer students or alumnae of Mount
Holyoke College who are interested in
a dinner meeting on Monday, Nov.
17, please call Miss Esther Colton,
Dance Club will meet on Wednes-
day evening, November 12, at 7:30 in
Barbour Gymnasium. All men and
women students are invited.
Bowling: The bowling alleys in the
Women's Athletic Building will open
for the season on Wednesday, Novem-
ber 12. Hours will be as follows:
Afternoons except Sat., 3:15 to 6:00.
Saturday, 1:00 to 6:00.
Evenings, 7:00 to 9:00.
Panhellenic Social Standards Chair-
men: There will be an important
meeting of the Social Standards Com-
mittee on Thursday, November 13, at
4:30 p.m. in the League Council
Room. Be sure that your house is
Physical Education--Women Stu-
dents: Registration for the indoor
season in physical- education will be
held on Friday, November 14, 8:00 to
12:00 and 1:00 to 5:00, and Saturday,
November 15 from 8:00 to 12:00, in
Barbour Gymnasium.
Faculty Women's Club, Garden
Section, will meet Wednesday, No-
vember 12, at 2:30 p.m. at the Michi-
gan League in the Garden Room.
Michigan Dames General, Meeting
on Wednesday, Nov. 12, in the Kellogg
Amphitheater at 8:00 p.m.
Dr. Elzada Clover will talk and
Show movies on "My Trip Down the
Colorado River."


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lay, Nov.

Alumni Dance on Wednes-
12, in the Michigan Union
9:00-12:00 p.m.





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on the G-E MAZDA Lamp
! A strictly super must for every Adam and Eve,
this Sunday night! Any droop who doesn't hug a
sound box when Phil Spitalny and his all-femme
combo put our own campus thrush on the waves,
should be tossed-and we mean good. Remember,
the little gal is going to be chirpin' for us home-
folks, and our thunder may help her to cop off the
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