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MIPA Meeting
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Tomorrow-Whose World
To Be Convention Topic
For Student Journalists
Tentative plans for the twenty-
first annual Michigan Interscholas-
tic Press Association Convention, to
be held at the University May 1 and
2, has been announced by the De-
partment of Journalism.
Student journalists who work on
high school papers throughout the
state will meet at clinics and round-
table discussions to talk over prob-
lems centering around the conven-
tion theme, "Tomorrow -Whose
World?" Each secondary school pub-
lication will be limited to ten dele-
gates, appointed for outstanding work
on their local papers.
Prof. John L. Brumm, head of the
journalism department and director
of the convention, announces that
many University facilities will be
turned over to the delegates, and lo-
cal faculty members will contribute
towards the success of the confer-
ence.
President A. G. Ruthven will ad-
dress the general assembly, followed
by Prof. Howard Y. McClusky, of the
educational psychology department
and prominent leader in the nation-
wide youth movement. Coach "Fritz"
Crisler and several of his football
stars will speak at the convention
banquet, and music will be supplied
by the University Glee Club and the
University Band Orchestra. Prof.
Preston Slosson will be a speaker at
the closing luncheon.
The program for this year's MIPA
meeting, planned by Miss Margaret
Schrubbe of Greenfield Village, and
Mr. Arthur G. Hughes of Dearborn,
has been evolved through consulta-
tion with advisers from all over the
state, in the hope of serving the wid-
est interests of school publications.

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posed in Washington, D. C., the dress at left loses 21 inches of its 91-
inch sweep, its three-inch hem and its doubled fabric cuffs to become
the new model at right. Total saving: 1s yards. .The 31-inch belt is
replaced by one-half the width and pockets of the new model are lined
with rayon instead of wool.
A pril Garg Will Photo-Feature
Jim Kehoe In BDMOC Section

Charlie Atlas may argue that
clothes do not make the man, but
there is one in this town who has
found otherwise, and Gargoyle has
once again been on the spot, to se-
cure for Thursday's April issue a
feature on this man.
His name? . BDMOC, which spells
Jim Kehoe. Just for you, the Uni-
versity's reading public, "Garg" has
put together an extra special photo
feature on this modest winner of
laurels in dress. Now you can find
out what it takes to be a winner-I
to be sought after by photographers{
and the opposite sex.
On the other side of the fence is an
expose of the college lounge lizard,
No zoology prerequisites will be asked
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of readers when they light upon
this feature Thursday.
This fascinating animal has been
besieged of late by various and sundry
forces desirous of pinning on him
a new appellation, one designating
physical action and manly build.
Men, it is for you that "Garg" has
secured the testimony of one of the
most noted experts on the subject of
physical culture that the country
knows.
He will give you a thorough exam-
ination through the medium of Gar-
goyle and will offer his hints in this
connection, completely illustrating
the changes you may expect after
close observance of his instructions.
Among the items deemed most vital
by this expert are the sports offered
every one of you on this campus. In
another feature, Gargoyle gives the
why's and how's of the Spring Sports
Calling. Quick clicks in close-up
have made possible a magic-eye se-
quence of golf, track, tennis and
baseball.
If you want to realize perfection
if the form of a shot, of a sprint, of
a return means anything to you, then
the answer is in the pages of the
April Gargoyle and it will be up to
you to look Charlie in the face and
resolve to do as the experts do.
"Garg" offers much more this
month, too-something for the ladies
and something for the gents, and
all the worthwhile features that a
month of diligent research can pro-
duce. But remember, the date of
appearance has been moved up this
time to Thursday!

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Robert Hunerjager, '38SM, will
present a violin recital at 8:30 p.m.
Monday, April 13, in Assembly Hall,
Rackham Building. This concert is
given in partial fulfillment of the
requirements for the degree of Mas-
ter of Music.
Hunerjager, instructor of violin
and orchestra at Bob Jones College,
Cleveland, Tennessee, graduated from
the School of Music of the Univer-
sity. While in resident here he was
for three years a member of the
University and Little Symphony or-
chestras, and a student of Wassily
Besekirsky. He came to the Univer-
sity from Three Oaks, Michigan.
The violinist; accompanied by Wil-
liam Schottstaedt at the piano, will
open his program with the "Sonata
in A Major" in three movements by
Brahms. This will be followed by
Saint-Saens' "Havanaise, Op. 83"
and the three movements of the
"Concerto in D minor" by Sibelius.

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Today's News
On Campus...
"Goethe, the Humanist," will be
the subject of a University lecture at
4:15 p.m. today in the Rackham Am-
phitheatre by Dr. John Albrecht
Walz, Professor of Germanic Lan-
guages and Literature at Harvard
University.
Town Hall Meeting ...
Problems of the coming peace of
both political and economic nature
will be discussed at Hillel Founda-
tion's Town Hall by Prof. Harold M.
Dorr of the political science depart-
ment and Prof. Arthur Smithies of
the economics department at 8:15
p.m. today at Hillel.
The inevitable coupling of politi-
cal and economic affairs after the
war will be accomplished at the
Town Hall by mutual discussion of
experts in both fields.
The cross-currents of thought in
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posed to the audience. Following
the introductory remarks the discus-
sion will be thrown open to audience
participation.
The discussion will be preceded by
conservative religious services at 7:30
p.m. They will be led by David Crohn,
'43, and Jack Lewin-Epstein, '43.

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