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November 15, 1941 - Image 6

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i Graduates
Io Be Offered
Study Awards
dw est Students Eligible
For Twos' Fellowships;
ApplicationsNow Due
.pplications for the two Roosevelt
owships for study in Latin Amer-
1 universities which will be award-
o two students from the Michigan,
consin, Ohio, Indiana and Illinois
rit must be made immediately to
f. J. Raleigh Nelson, Counselor to
eign Students.
'wenty Roosevelt Fellowships will
divided among 10 geographical
ricts in this country with two
dents being selected from each
a. During the summer the Insti-
e of International Education of-'
ed a 'fellowship for study in the
ted States during the present year
i student from each of the twenty
er American 'republics.
tequiremnts for the Roosevelt
lowship include United States cit-
aship and a bachelor's degree. Ap-.
ants must present evidence of
olarship records and letters of rec-
rnendation from responsible per-
'hey must also' establish their abil-
to read, write and speak the lan-
,ge of the country to which they
h to go. Health certificates should
udy Groups ]Begini
3ries Of DiscussionsI
t Wesleyan Guild!
'he Wesleyan Guild will inaugu-
e a series of discussions which will
divided into eight study groups,
;h meeting at 6 p.m. tomorrow in
Methodist church, then separat-
for individual talks.
Che eight groups and their leaders
Peace, Charles Hauschild; Co-
natives, Bob Shugart; Money and
urchmanship, Fred Rose, '45;
ama, Barbara Yale, '43; Juvenile
linquency, Byron Hatch, '42; Mis-
ns, Howard Wolf, '42; Publications,
i Neithercut, '42; and Interna-
nal-Inter-racial Poblems, Doris
ed, '42.
1 ninth group under the leadership
MIr. and Mrs. Robert Whiteley, will
formed for all graduate and pro-
sional students.

news of the dorms
A ___________________________________________



Fvty-f ive couples had themselves a
TIME down at Saline Valley Farm late
last eve,. as the Williams House an-
nual barn dance kept them swingin'
'heir partners until midnight. Mov-
ing vans-the outdoor type-convey-
ad them out to the farm and back
to the dorms-very early this morn-
The Chi-Mich houses of the West
Quad had a stag supper Wednes-
day. 25 facultymen turned out for
the occasion .-+
The g rls of Alumnae House, says
Marian Smith, '44, will troop out to
the Island tonight to sizzle steaks
. In short, it's another steak fry.
Winchell, Adams and Stockwell put
their heads together early this week
and came up with one of those pleas-
ant exchange* dinners Wednesday.
Pleasant because any change is pleas-
ant, especially small change when you
run out of cigarettes.
WANTED: A saxophonist by Jor-
dan Hall's orchestra. Director Mil-
dred Stern, '43, announces the prac-
tices "acre sending the cats hepping
weekly." Mildred, when she isn't
playing her violin, swings out with
a clarinet, coronet, 'cello and piano.
St. Andrew's
w ill Pr esent
6,Organt Recital
George Faxon, organist and choir-
maser of St. Andrew's Episcopal
Church, will give the first of a series-
recitals at, 6:00 p.m. tomor-x
row in the church.
The program will begin with a
mries of selections from early Italian
masters. Vivaldi's '"Allegro Concerto
in A minor," origi ally planned for
orchestra and two solo violins, will
be played as an organ solo in an ar-
rangement by Bach. This will be fol-
,owed by "Aria da Chiesa," composer
unknown; Pescetti's "Allegro," the
:"Concerto in G minor" by Handel,
Schimann's "Canon in B minor," and
the Introduction and Fugue "Ad mos,
ad salutarem undam" by Liszt, taken
from Meyerbeer's opera "The Pro-
Modern American and English se-
lecticris will be played by Faxon in
'he second half of the program. "Two
Short Sketches: Pastorale and Sher-
zo" by Percy Whitlock will be offered,
followed by McKinley's "Fantasy on
the Hymn 'St. Clement'" and "Comes
Autumn Time" by Leo Sowerby.

Rut he usi Is irict~-G-'' and
Serniade which a violin-piano-
'cello trio plans to play at the next
faculty dinner.
The fellows over in the West Quad
are busy looking through Student Di-
rectories and there is constant com-
munication with all girls' dorms this
week .. .
They're getting their dates in a
hurry for the Thanksgiving Day
T-Dance Thursday. Music will keep
'em shuffling from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.
nd a big dinner afterwards promises
to make them so sleepy they won't
tudy for classes the next day and the
professors probably won't know it and
spring a surprise bluebook in French.
Helen N-wberry veteran residents
will formally initiate the "newer"
ones tcmerrow. A buffet supper- will
be held from 6 to 8 p.m. with the
following guests scheduled to be
present: Mrs. Henry Joy cf Defroit,
Miss Jane McFarland, Mrs. Wilfred
Shaw, Mrs. John Hays, Mrs. Arthur
Bromage and Dean Alice C. Lloyd.
Jim Jackson, '45, and George
Campbell, '45, both of Adams House,
sold the first issue of their new house
paper Thursday.
The paper, called tlie "Adam's
Apple" (no relation to te projection
n the w ndpipe) is a. private enter-
rise-but reporters will "cover"
.very floor of the house. John Ben-
jamin, '45, is sports editor and other
staff members include: Don Wallace,
'43SM; Earl Smith, '45E; Dick Col-
lins, '45E; Bud Ungar, '45; and Don
Haefle, '44E.
The East Quad inaugurated re-
citals Wednesday. They plan to
have music students who are can-
didates for degrees give these mu-
sicals every Wednesday evening in
thesfuture. Prof. Brinkman was
guest at the first'
Psurfs Name
NIme New Men,
Members Of Song Club
Start Informal Jaunts


T H ItS W AS SA H A N D T H A T S H OOK T H E t H A N D-Behind the forbidding hand of an officer at Brooklyn riavy
yard is the Duke of Windsor, who's about to grip the paw of a navy yard worker. The duke inspected naval operations at the yarn



LOG-LOG trig slide-rule. Call Dal
Cameron at 4917. - Reward.5
STOCK WELL and Mosher-Jordan1
residents-Alterations on women'sj
garments promptly done. Opposite
Stockwell. Phone 2-2678. 3c
CASH for used clothing; men andc
ladies. Claude H. Brown, 512 S.1
Main St. Phone 2-2736. 5c1
PASSENGERS to share expenses to
Chicago or, Madison, Wisconsin
t'hanksgiving weekend. Call Room
17, Union. 121c
MALE and FEMALE vocalists, sped
cial broadcasting purposes, 10-piece
band. Call Dayton Wilson,. 8135,
between 10 and 12. For military
club. 122cj
MISS ALLEN-Experienced typist-
408 S. Fifth Ave. Phone 2-2935.
VIOLA STEIN-Experienced legal
typist, also mimeographing. Notary
public Phone 6327. 706 Oakland.
ing. Brumfield and Brumfield, 30
S. State. 6c
Driveway gravel, washed pebbles.
Killins Gravel Company, phone
7112. 7c
or graduate women, or student
couple. Cooking and laundry Ia-
ficilities if desire., Inquire 422 E.
Washington. 120c
LAUNDRY - 2-1044. Sox darned.
Careful work at low price. 2c
Each bundle done separately,
by hand

Famed Alumni Entertain
At New YorkGathering
The Michigan Alumni Club of New
York City recruited a celebrated group
of graduates to entertain at a dinner
at 7:30 p.m. yesterday in the Park
Central Hotel for the crowd of Michi-
,an alumni gathering in the city for
the Wolverine-Columbia grid con-
Speakers appearing on the program
were "Lairry" McPhail, '07, '08L, gen-
eral manager of the Brooklyn Dodg-
ers; Thomas E. Dewey, '23, '37L (hon
orary); Joe Williams, sports editor of
the New York World-Telegram, and,
Col. William ("Wild Bill") Donovan.

The Psurfs are riding again.
The Ann Arbor Surf Riding and
Mountain Climbing Society announce
the election of the following new
Psaytrs to assist in carrying on the
worship of Orpheus and Bacchus dur-
ing the coming year: Frank R. Dun-
ham, '44L, John B. Addington, '44L,
Richard V. Bruns, '43E, Robert E.
Grote; '43L, Leonard T. Milliman,E
'43L, H. Marshall Peter, '43L, Duncanf
M. Wierengo, '42, Stephen S. Stanton,
Grad. and A. Chester Breul, '44L.
The returning members are:
Thomas C. Tilley, '43L, James W.
Skinner, '43, Robert C. Sadler, '41,
Russel J. Ryan, '43L, and Duncan N.
Baird, '42L.
The dozen convivial songsters who
make up the Society have already be-
gun their informal sorties about the
cuntryside in the quest of more and
better barbershopping.
In the near future the Society will
begin its customary Tuesday night
dinners in a localrhostelry.

S H A R P 10 O K U T-in observance of a Chinese custom,
l'g eyes decorated the Alcoa Courier at San 1~ rancisco launching.


Nope, I haven't got a gate
But I have to look first ro
'Cause I aim to miss the rov
And get rty


T H E Q U E E N -came 'time
to pick a homecoming queen for
Tdlane university at New Or-
leans, and Louise Nelson, at-
tractive, popular-and shapely-
was the logical choice. Despite
all the above, she says she
doesn't go in for glamor.

OLD TI M E R'S HERE-Exterminator, fimous old cup
horse retired since 1924, returned to Pimlico recently, looking fit
despite his 26 years. He was accompanied by Groom Mike Terry
and his companion pony, Peanuts, the shaggy beast in front.

$3 at Rentschler, Spedding,
Dey or Nelson Studios

M 0 D I S H-in this long-
sleeved robin's egg blue formal
worn by Jane Wyman, graceful
front drapery is an interesting
detail. Gold kid belt ties with
wide grosgrain ribbon.

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