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i7EN1ESDAY, APRHIL 22,14

Speech Grads
To Talk Today
Five To Submit Progress
Of Master's Theses I
Under the direction of Prof. Louis
M. Eich, graduate advisor of the
Department of Speech, various grad-
uate students in the department will
present reports on their master's
theses at the April meeting of the
Graduate Study Club at 4 p.m. today
in the East Conference Room of the
Rackham Building.
Reports, which have been selected
to represent each phase of advance
study in Speech, will be given by
the following: Garvin M. Toms in
the field of rhetoric, Jack E. Bender
in the field of practical theatre, Ellie
Terretta in the field of interpreta-
tion and acting, Neil Smith in the
field of speech science and Claire C.
Cook in the fields of radio and ped-
agogy.
TheEleanor Clay Ford Awards,
annually made to the outstanding

Hillel Opens
Stunt Show
Ticket Sale
(Continued from Page 1)
old-fashioned minstrel show and a
slapstick quiz show will be enacted by
the boys of Pi Lambda Phi to test
the wit of the contestants.
"Lucky Number," by Kappa Nu
will bring thrills to the spines of
those who partake in their Defense
Stamp raffle. A bull session on the
stage by Phi Sigma Delta will bring
to the audience the problems of the
younger generation.
Gingerbread and watermelons will
bring the "Deep South Swing" by
Alpha Epsilon Phi to Ann Arbor as
its part in the war effort.
Tickets will go on sale at the Lydia
Mendelssohn boxoffice today at 10
a.m. and will be available there and
at Hillel Foundation until the per-
formance,

Lehr Favors Treason Charge
For Man Who Sheltered Nazi,

DETROIT, April 21. -(/P)- U.S.;
District Attorney John C. Lehr said
today he would recommend a treason
charge against Max Stephan, Detroit;
restaurant operator who FBI Agents
said aided the flight of Lieut. Peter
Krug of the German Air Force, a
fugitive from a Canadian concentra-
tion camp.
John S. Bugas, agent in charge of
the Detroit FBI office, said Federal
Agents were only two hours behind
Krug's trail when the flier departed
from Detroit Sunday morning head-
ed for Mexico.
Stephan is held under $25,000 bond,
charged by Bugas with providing
food, lodging and money for Krug
and with arranging his departure
from Detroit.
Mrs. Margarita Bertelman, 50, also

accused of harboring the fugitive, is
held for a hearing before the enemy
alien hearing board on why she
should not. be interned for the dura-
tion of the war. She is a German
citizen who was married in Germany
to Richard Bertelman, aft American
citizen employed in a war plant here.
Held at the county jail, Stephan
was quoted as saying, "I am not sorry
for what I have done and I would do
it again."
Lehr said that "I am filing a full
report of the case and will recom-
mend a treason charge. Giving aid
and comfort to an enemy constitutes
treason."
Stephan operates a restaurant at
7209 Jefferson Avenue East where
Bugas said officers of the German
Bund have met frequently.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

War Rationing
Of Sugar Users.
ISet For State
LANSING, April 21. -(IP)- Final
steps toward the start of sugar ra-
tioning marked Michigan's war pre-
paredness picture today.
Meanwhile, the State Defense
Council reported farmers of Michi-
gan and other states are coming tq
the rescue to grow medicinal herbs
which no longer may be imported
because of the war, but cautioned
that "high prices (of herb products)
which have attracted many growers
will undoubtedly fall-sharply."
While much confusion still sur-
rounds the plans to ration sugar to
household consumers, the state ra-
tioning administration said forms for
registering institutional and indus-
trial sugar consumers for the ration-
ing program are being distributed.
Such users will be registered April
28 and 29.
Arthur H. Sarvis, state rationing
administrator, said arrangements are
being made to enable institutional
and industrial registrants "to pur-
chase sugar in such quantities as they
were normally accustomed to ob-
tain."
Those who use sugar to process
foods commercially or to .feed bees
are not restricted in volume, save for
a limitation of not more than a fixed
quantity of sugar for each unit pro-
ducer, Sarvis said.
HELP!
13rng My Wa/ch Bark!
Sparc my explaining to my folks.
Finder assured generous reward.
It's a Hamilton lady's watch,
square, white gold, 6 diamonds.
Lost on Lincoln, Forest or Hill.
Return watch to Brown Jug.

Scouts ToStageShow Today

The Boy Scouts are prepared!
To prove this fact to the com-
munity, the Boy Scouts of the Mid-
dle District (Ann Arbor, Whitmore
Lake and Dixboro) will stage a gi-
gantic Preparedness Show at 7:30
p.m. today in the Intramural Build-
ing.
Practice and planning, according.
to Dr. Ross Allen, District Commis-
sioner of Boy Scouts, has been under
way for quite some time. In demon-
stration of their preparedness, the
Scouts will participate in first aid
contests, mass demonstration of arti-
ficial respiration, triangular bandag-
ing relays, and physical fitness drills.
Main attraction of the evening will
be the performance of the Emer-
gency Service Corps. Recently or-
ganized by Dr. Elmer Townsley of
the physical education department,

Dr. Richard Boys of the English de-
partment, and Officer Mayfield of
the Ann Arbor police force, the group
admits boys of 15-17 years of age
with First Class Scoutsmanship to
membership. The group meets for
three hours every Saturday after-
noon in Waterman Gymnasium,
where, special training is given in
emergency work. Such training as
emergency first aid, messenger work
and raid precautions is offered.
Help has been offered by many
faculty members and students who
are interested in Scout Work. Alpha
Phi Omega, campus service frater-
nity, has aided considerably in de-
veloping a mobilization plan for
Scouts. The Scouts' preparedness
movement has been' described as "a
very essential unit of the national
defense program."

THE PERFECT GIFT!

members of the women's debate Drawings Are On Display
squad, will also be presented at this An exhibition of the ink-and-
meeting by Dr. Glen E. Mills of the brush drawings of Milton Horn of
department. New York City, who is at present a
The women who will receive this resident sculptor under a Carnegie
year's award are Dorothy J. Blicke, Foundation Grant at Olivet College,
'44, Shirley A. Field, '44, Janet E. are being currently shown in the
Grace, '42, Mary J. Plumer, '43, Rose- ground floor display cases of the
bud Scott, '42, and Dorothy Nan Architecture Building. This display
Wineland, '43. will be in Ann Arbor through April 28.
Spring SaIe
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Naturalizers, Mode Arts and
Trip-a-Longs at reduced prices.
$ 4.8105 to $ 7.85
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(Continued from Page 4)
Events Today
Research Club: The Annual Me-
moril Meeting of the Research Club
will be held in the Rackham Amphi-
theatre tonight at 8:00. The mem-
bers of the Women's Research Club
and of the Junior Research Club are
cordially invited. Professor Roy W.
Sellars will read a paper on Galileo
Galilei and Professor Frederick F.
Blicke a paper on Karl Wilhelm
Scheele.
Graduate Students in Speech: The
April meeting of the Graduate Study
Club will be held at 4:00 p.m. to-
day in the East Conference Room
of the Rackham Building.
The German Roundtable, Interna-
tional Center, which meets at 9:00
tonight in Room 23 of the Center
will be led by Thor Reykdal. The
group will discuss "Island," and any-
one who is interested in German
conversation is invited.
Theta Sigma Phi will hold initia-
tion services today at 5:00 p.m. at the
League. All members must attend.
Varsity Glee Club: Special rehears-
al today at 4:30 p.m. in Hill Auditor-
ium.
The Archery Club will meet today
at 4:15 p.m. on the outdoor Archery
Range on Palmer Field. Any woman
student who is interested in archery
is invited to join.
Pickerell House, 328 E. Huron St.,
will have an interview today at 5:00
p.m. of all girls interested in living
in a Cooperative either this summer
or this fall.
Coming Events
Zoological Movies, Natural Science
Auditorium, Thursday, April 23, at
4:10 p.m. The program includes:
How Birds Feed Their Young; Baby
Beavers: Pond Insects; Endocrine
Glands.
Initiation of new members of Phi
Kappa Phi Honor Society will take
place promptly at 6:00 p.m. on Thurs-
day, April 23, in the Ethel Fountain
Hussey Room at the Michigan
League. Dinner will be served in the
Ballroom at 6:30 p.m. The address
given by Prof. Joseph R. Hayden
will be on the subject "Portents in
the East." No press reports will be
released on this address. This din-
ner is also the occasion of the Fif-
teenth Anniversary of the granting
of a charter for a chapter of Phi
Kappa Phi at the University of
Michigan.
All members of Phi Kappa Phi are
privileged to attend the dinner. Res-
ervations may still be made by call-
ing the Secretary at University Ex-
tension 316, or the Michigan League,
2-3251.
Found Motion Picture tracing the
manufacture of gelatin capsules from
the earliest process to the present
day method. Room 151, Chemistry
Building, 4:15 p.m. Thursday, April
23. Pharmacy students and all others
in-erested are invited.
The Annual French Play: Le Cer-
ce Francais will present "La Belle
Avcnture," a comedy in three acts by
de Caillavet, de Flers et Rey, on
Wednesday, April 29, at 8:30 p.m. in
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater. A
special edition of the play has been
reprinted for the occasion
The final meeting of the League
Mouse Council will be held Thursday,
April 23, at :30'p.m. in the League.
Attendance is compulsory for officers
are to be elected.
The slavic Club will meet Thurs-
day at 8:30 p.m. at the International
Center. Further plans for the party
will be discussed. All members be

present.
rANTIQUE SHOW

The Hiawatha Club will meet at
7:30 p.m. on Thursday at the Union.
Election of officers and other im-
portant matters to be considered. All
upper peninsula students invited. Re-
freshments.
The annual spring concert of the
University of Michigan Men's Glee
Club, David Mattern, Conductor, will
be given Thursday, April 23, at 8:30
p.m. in Hill Atditorium. The public
is invited.
A mass meeting of all girls inter-
ested in joining the Swimming Club
will be held on Thursday night at
7:30 in the Union Pool. Everyone
is welcome.
l.a Sociedad Iispanica will not
meet on Thursday, April 23.
Episcopal Students: There will be
a celebration of the Holy Commun-
ion at 7:30 Thursday morning in
Bishop Williams Chapel, Harris Hall.
Breakfast will be served after the
service.

For an everlasting Graduation Gift,
give hint or her a Ring or Watch.
Js B EIBIERN a ewee
Since 1904 . .. . Now at 308 South State

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