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_________ ____ ~JILE MICIGAN4 D ATILY

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nternational Center Announces
New Appointments To Cabinet

U.S. Army Parachute Battalion Tests New Exerciser

Appointments to the Cabinet of the
International Center-were announced
yesterday by Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson,
director of the Center.
The student Cabinet assists the
staff of the Center in carrying out
the yearly program. The appoint-
ments were delayed until yesterday so
-that interested students could become
acquainted with the Center and in-
dicate their fields of interest.
The following appointments were
made to the Cabinet divisions:
Hospitality: Irena Jastrzebski, '44E,
'Hypatia Ycas, Grad., Florence
Pang, Grad., Ismael Khalidi, Grad.,
Howard Hipkin, Grad., Jack' Naka-
mura, '42, and Mustafa Akinci, Grad.
Conference groups: Dr. Sanchez,
Dr. Netto, Fakhri Maluf, Grad., Mark

Dresden, Grad., and Zorack Organski,
Spec.
Teas: Pearl Brown, '42, Jose A.
de Carvalho,, Shirley Crawford and
Nien-tzu Huang, Grad.
Foreign Women: Dorothy Knight,
Spec., Concha Herrarte, Grad., and
Ging-mei Kang.
Athletics and Recreation: Shirley
Crawford, James Tung, Grad., Nestor
Velasco, '43A, Altan Baltacioglu, '42A,
and Taft Toribara, Grad.
Music: Zorack Organski, Spec.
Publications: Eduardo Salgado,
Spec.A, Robert Sethian, Grad., Is-
mael Khalidi, Grad., Judith Jimenez,
Orban Bati, Kemal Bilgesu, Grad.,
Earl Nishimura, '44L, Primitiva De-
mandante, Grad., Harriet Harrison,
Grad., and Peter Blumenthal, '43.

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By CHARLES THATCHER
Fate pointed a bony finger at four
College of Engineering faculty men
yesterday, and as a result a great
many student fingers will follow suit
when the four profs are put through
that branch of the Spanish Inquisi-
tion known as the annual ASME
Roast Tuesday, Dec. 9.
Victims of this year's ordeal, spon-
sored by the student chapter of the
American Society of Mechanical E-
gineers, will be Prof. John M Nickel-
sen and Prof. Clarence Kessler of the
mechanical engineering department,
Prf. John A. Van den Broek of the
engineering mecha1ics department
and Prof. W. W. Gilbert of the metal
processing department.
Charged with the maintenance of
faculty morale, the preservation of
order and the disposition of such
corpses as may result, Prof. Axel
Marin of the mechanical engineering
department will act as Roastmaster
for the evening.
To the contestant who is in the best
mental shape after the grilling will
go the coveted Spoofuncup, presented
by last year's survivor Prof. Ben
Dushnik of the mathematics depart-
ment.
Constructed of a funnel, an invert-
ed cup and two tin tpoons, the loving
cup is annually awarded to the
roastee who gives the best answers
to the questions-fair and foul-fired
during the course of the banquet pro-
gram.
Any engineering students who have
SDD Members Name
Officers, Committees
Meeting at the Union yesterday
afternoon, the Michigan chapter of
the Student Defenders of Democracy
elected Hale Champion, '44, vice-{
president, and Fran Rogers, '43,
secretary.
Don O'Connor, '42, Was named7
membership chairman and treasurer,.
Harry Stutz, Grad., was placed in
charge of programs, and Champion
was assigned to cooperate with the
Student Senate in the draftee dance
project.
The publication of an SDD news
letter was also discussed, and Hessel
Yntema, '44, was placed at the head
of a committee considering it.
Members of SDD will meet Mon-'
day at 5 p.m. in the Union.
DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLEI
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1941
VOL. LII. No. 51
Publication in the Daily Official
Bulietn is constructive notice to all
members of the University.
Notices
To the Members of the Faculty of
the College of Literature, 'Science,
and the Arts: The third regular meet-
ing of the Faculty of the College of
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been itching to confuse a rof with
4 catch question or riddl or who
have some cracks or jibes which mightC
help break dawn the faculty morale
are asked to submit them at Professor
Marin's office, 241 West Engineering
Building, as soon as possible.
A drop from the six contestants
used two years ago, only four will be
on hand this year "so we can concen-
trate on them more," John Templer,
'42E, ASME president, reports.
Tickets may be obtained from.
ASME officers Templer, Bill Koffel,
'42E, Leonard Shelley, '42E, George
Cameron, '42E, and Don Whitney,
'42E, starting tomorrow, Ed Hague,
'43E, will take charge of the ticket
sale.
Professor Robinson
Will Lecture Today
.At KelloggInstitute
"Medieval Manuscripts" will be.the
subject of an illustrated University
Lecture -by Prof. Chalfant Robinson,
curator of Medieval manuscripts at
Princeton, at 4:15 p.m. today in the
Auditorium of the W. K. Kellogg
Foundation Institute.
Professor Robinson will also de-
liver a lecture for junior and senior
medical students on "The Case of
Louis XI-a Study in Historical
Pathology" at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow in
the main Hospital Amphitheatre.
Author of numerous works on his-
torical subjects, including "The Case
of Louis XT of France," Professor
Robinson formerly occupied chairs
of history at Mount Holyoke College,
Smith College and Yale University
before becoming curator at Prince-1
ton in 1920.,
He has done work in study and
editing of Medieval English manu-
scripts, and has edited the Great
Roll of the Pipe and the MemorandaI
Roll of the Kung's Remembrancer.

'Lands
Is

Beneath The Se
Lecture Topic

Teachers Tremble, Pupils Leer
As Day Of Annual Roast Nears

"Lands Beneath the Sea" will be
the topic of a University lecture to
be given by Lieut. Paul A. Smith of
the United States Coast and Geodetic
Survey at 4:15 p.m. today in the
Rackhai Aniphitheatre.
Lieutenant Smith, who is. visiting
Ann Arbor under the auspices of the
civil engineering department, is
scheduled to speak again at 1:30 p.m.
tomorrow in Rackh m when his topic
will be "The Preparation of Aero-
nautical Charts."
During his sixteen years with the
Coast and Geodetic Survey Lieuten-
ant Smith has mapped the coast of
thee' United States from Florida to
Alaska and has pioneered in the use
of the fathometer, an instrument
used in mapping the ocean floor and
determining the position of ships at
sea. He will explain the use of the
fathometer and describe methods of
map making in his talk today.
Lieutenant Smith graduated from
the University College of Engineer-
ing in 1924 and was a memynber of
Tau Beta Pi and Siga Xi during his
four years here.
Panamanian Official
Placed Under Arrest
PANAMA, Panama, Nov. 26.--()-
The provisional arrest of Anibal Rios,
third vice-president of Panama in the
overthrown Arnulfo Arias regime, was
ordered tonight by the district attor-
ney.
Rios, now in Colombia, claims the
presidenpy. He was serving as this
country's envoy to Peru when a coup
unseated Arias and the first and sec-
ond vice-presidents stepped aside. t
The order for his arrest if he should
come toPanama was based on charges
by a government investigating com-
mittee involving alleged financial ir-
regularities.

Paul A. Smith
To Talk Today

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