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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER23

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Hiillel W,111Sponsor Yom Kippur

Yom Kippur services will be held
at 8 p.m., Sept. 30 and 10 a.m., Oct. 1
at Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
Memorial services will be held at
2:30 p.m., Oct. 1 at the Hillel Found-
ation, and Kol Nidre services are j
scheduled for the evening.
Rabbi Jehudah M. Cohen, directorI
of the Hillel Foundation, will conduct

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the services with the aid of Robert
Warner, '43; David Crohn, '43; Her-
bert London, '43; Aaron Moyer, '43;
and Jack Lewin-Epstein, '43. Rabbi
Cohen will deliver sermons for the
first two services.
Yom Kippur is the Jewish day of
atonement and is traditionally ob-
served by a day of fasting and re-
pentance.

F R E EAN IDENIFICATION
1 CA RD CASE
Just made to hold your official U. of M.
I.dentification Card. Drop in and get one
at MARSHALL'S, 235 South State St.
SAVE at..
THE SIGN OF
MARSHALL
CUIT RATF

Scholarship
Holders Gain
New Honors
Alumni Association Fetes
Undergraduate Award
C Winners At Annual Tea
P. Bursley, Yoakum
AddressGathering
Students with Michigan Under-
graduate Scholarships were honored
Sunday at the eleventh annual schol-
arship tea given in the Union ball-
room by Alumni Association.
During the proceedings Pres. Alex-
ander G. Ruthven, Dean of Students
Joseph A. Bursley and Dean of Wo-
men Alice C. Lloyd were presented to
the students and short talks were
given by Prof. Philip E. Bursley, di-
rector of orientation and counselor to
new students, and Dean Clarence S.
Yoakum, dean of the Horace H.
Rackham School of Graduate Studies.
Specially invited guests were Pres-I
ident and Mrs. Ruthven; Registrar
and Mrs. Ira M. Smith; Dean Burs-1
ley; Professor Bursley; Prof. Chester{
B. Slawson, academic counselor in
the College of Literature, Science and
the Arts; Prof. Arthur Van Duren, jr.,
chairman of the academic counselors
in the literary college;
Dean Erich A.' Walter, assistant
dean of the literary college; Dean
Lloyd; Assistant Dean of Women
Byrl F. Bacher; Assistant Dean of
Students Walter B. Rea; Prof. Arthur
D. Moore of the engineering college;
Ethyl A. McCormick, social director
of women; Frank Oakes, director of
student activities in the Union;
Prof. Carl G. Brandt, chairman of
hte Department of Engineering Eng-!
lish and director of student-alumni
relations; Dean and Mrs. Yoakum
and Mrs. Ruth Pence Mills, secretary
to the dean of the graduate school.
Pulaski Holiday Set
WASHINGTON, Sept. 22. -(/P)-
President Roosevelt today proclaimed
Oct. 11 General Casimir Pulaski
Memorial Day, honoring the Polish
count who gave his life for Ameri-
can independence, and noted that
once again.our precious liberties are
gravely menaced by the spread of
conquest and tyranny abroad."

Moore To Act
On Cormitt
For Roosev
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University Will Offer Training
For Work In National Defense

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are applicable to all freshmen and
sophomores.
The program's second division
trains men for non-combatant work
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vate industry. Industrial manage-
ment and mobilization are especially
suited for those who may find em-
ployment in defense industries.
Courses'in Japanese,Russian and
Portuguese are intended to fulfill the
rapidly growing demand for diplo-
matic aides conversant with these
languages.
To the average freshman or sopho-
more, defense training means gain-
ing a better background in mathe-
matics and allied sciences during his
first two years. But, and this is the
stand adopted at the Conference of
College and University Presidents
last July in Washington, "this should
be accomplished without losing sight
of the basic importance of a liberal
education."
Army and Navy Reserve Officers
Training Corps work comprises an-
other division of a University in na-
tional defense. Michigan's two units
are following their traditional cur-
ricula but with a deletion of much
purely theoretical study in order to
emphasize practical training. The
importance of the reserve officer in
our armed forces is reflected by large

increases in both of Ann Arbor's
corps.
Although the engineering college
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FRATERNITY

JEWELRY

Japan is endeavoring to increase
domestic production of lumber, ac-
cording to the Department of Com-
merce.
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£ eh

Phone 5933
for your FEMININE REQUISITES;
MARSHALL'S for Service

Phone 5933

DR. EARL V. MOORE
Dr. Earl V. Moore, director of the
School of Music, has been appointed
by President Roosevelt to a 10-man
Music Advisory Committee under the
supervision of the *Department of
State, it has been announced.
The committee, established to bet-
ter Latin-American relations in the
field of music, will examine the pro-
posed budget of expenditures in Lat-
in-American music coordination for
the coming year.
All music of this country which
goes outside the United States will
pass through the hands of the com-
mittee. In past years its value has
been from $300,000 to $400,000 a year,
Dr. Moore declared.
Source of all appropriations is the
coordinator's fund, under the super-
vision of Nelson Rockefeller. Last
year individual performers and var-
ious vocal and instrumental ensem-
bles were sent to other countries in
this hemisphere through the commit-
tee.
Music constitutes butva part of the'
State Department's program for co-
ordination in cultural activity be-
tween the Americas, Dr. Moore ex-
plained. Other committees have been
established in such other fields as
radio and motion pictures.
'Sub' Menace
Solution Found
(Continued from Page 1)
said that at some inconvenience al-
most all merchant ships could be
adapted to carry a helicopter satis-
factorily.
Prof. Stalker declared that his heli-
copter, now in the testing stage,
could be made ready for production
within one year and he contended
that it would equal or better every
requirement set by Commander Read.
He cited these advantages of the
helicopter: (1) It can hover in the
air; (2) it can ascend vertically for
great distances; (3) no ice or dead-
air can form on its blades because
of the low pressure, warmed air sys-
tem of propulsion, and (4) it is com-
pletely maneuverable. Autogyros and
other helicopters are deficient in
these factors according to Professor
Stalker.
Pilot training would be simple, he
said, since the "technic of flying a
helicopter could even be learned in
a correspondence course.
"It would have low production cost,
and there'are no major problems of
its construction remaining unsolved,"
he claimed.
Professor Stalker believes that his
method of isquirting a large mass of
air through long slots in the hollow
blades by means of a pump in the
fuselage does away with all funda-
mental, difficulties of previous mod-
els, and also offers greater simplicity,
speed variability, and smoothness.

Burr Patterson
and AuldCo.
1209 S. Univ. Ph. 8887
RuTrrH ANN OAKES, Manager

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and Rented
Private Instruction
BRIDAL TRAILS
SUPPER RIDE
Every Friday Night
Free Transportation
Lunches & Soft Drinks
at "The Feed Box"

really good food and
friendly atmosphere.
"SERVE YOURSELF
TO THE BEST"

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EVELYN KEYES
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NEW FRIENDS
OLD FRIENDS
Welcome
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