THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Will Be Served
Reservations For Dinners
W Close Today; Services
To Be Held At Lane Hall
Emphasizing that reservations for
Passover meals would close today,
David Crohn, '43, student director of
Hillel Foundation, yesterday urged
all interested students to communi-
cate with the Foundation immedi-
Meals specially prepared in ac-
cordance with special dietary laws of
the Passover celebration will be
served for the entire week beginning
April 1 at Lane Hall. Traditional
Sedorim, ceremonial dinners, will be
served the first two evenings of the
Students who wish to work for the
meals may make special provisions
with Rabbi Jehudah M. Cohen, di-
rector of Hillel Foundation, or ei-
ther of its two student directors,
Robert Warner and David Crohn.
Seder services will be conducted
by Rabbi Cohen, Mr. Samuel Levy,
David Crohn and Jack Lewin-Ep-
stein, '43, and the Hillel Choral
Group led by Donna Weiss, '43, will
sing at the services.
Campus observance of the ancient
celebration of the anniversary of the
Hebrews' flight from Egypt will be
sponsored by Hillel Foundation with
the aid of the Michigan Synagogue
Food of the Feast of Passover is
governed by a special group of diet-
ary laws. Unique among the foods is
the unleavened bread, Matzoth, which
symbolizes the Israelites' haste in
fleeing from their bondage.
Will Give Papers
At Boston Meeting
Papers by 12 members of the De-
partment of Physiology of the Medi-
cal School will be presented during
the sessions of the annual meeting
of the Federation of American Soci-
eties for Experimental Biology, to be
held from March 31 through April 4
Members of the physiology faculty
who will be represented are Drs. John
W. Bean, Charles R. Brassfield, Rob-
ert Gesell, Juay Hong, Hayden C.
Nicholson, Claude V. Winder and
William V. Whitehorn.
Students whose papers will be read
include David F. Bohr, '42M, Elwood
T. Hansen, Grad., J. J. Worzniak,
'43M, John F. Johnson, Grad., and
Arnold E. Mason, Grad.
The Department of Pharmacology
will offer papers by Drs. Jacob Sacks,
Maurice H. Seevers and Ralph G.
Smith, of the faculty, and Charles
H. Altshuler, '43M.
NROTC Staff Is Increased
Lieut. J.G. Archibald H. Atkins,
USNR, has been added to the teach-
ing staff of the Naval ROTC as in-
structor in sophomore navigation,
the commandant has announced.
Lieutenant Atkins was recently called
from civilian life in Seattle, Wash,,
to his new post.
Daily at 1-3-5-7=9 P.M.
Senior Announcements On Sale
Orders for commencement an-
nouncements for senior engineers
will be taken beginning today on the
second floor of the West Engineering
Building, over the Efigineering Arch.
Present plans call for taking orders
from 8 a.m. until noon and from 1
to 2 p.m. today, tomorrow and Mon-
day, class vice-president Bill Colla-
more announced yesterday. Three
different types of announcements
are available and orders will be taken
for any sum over a dollar.
Serving on the announcement
committee with Collamore are Bill
Schomberg, chairman; Bob Collins
and Kenneth Nelson.
The announcements themselves
will be ready for dill
time in may; conamore said.
Leggett Given Fellowship
Herbert B. Leggett, who was grad-
uated from the University in the
Class of 1935 and who returned to
do graduate work in 1937, is one of
six American college students to be
selected to study in South America
during 1942, under travel fellowships
instituted by Pan American Airways
System in cooperation with the In-
stitute of International Education in
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