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THE MiCHIGAN fAILY

TRIThi~Y, MAV i5~ t~4~

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Morgan's SRA
Work Praised
ByBlakeman.
Dr. Edward R. Blakeman, Univer-
sity religious counselor, yesterday ap-
plauded Kenneth Morgan's four-year
directorship of the Student Religious
Association as a contribution that
will "live as a builder of democracy
... long after most of us have passed
to the life beyond."
Effective Leadership
Reviewing the career of Morgan,
who left Tuesday to become director
of a Quaker Civilian Public Service
Camp at West Campton, N.H., Blake-
man spoke of his effective leadership
and fine character.-
Among the accomplishments which
Blakeman listed were the building of
one of the finest University religious
literature libraries in the country,
development of a series of provoca-
tive forum discussions, and organiza-
tion of a Religious Council of stu-
dents.
Most prominent of the lectures and'
discussions which he planned is the
Religious Lecture Series, now an an-
nual event. This series has, in the
opinion of Dr. Blakeman, done much
to create campus inter-faith under-
standing and good-will.
Groups Organized
Among the student groups which
Morgan organized were socio-relig-
ious Group Y, the active Student
Religious Council, a Chinese Chris-
tian Student Association, and the
Cooperatives, an organization which
studied low-cost housing and other
methods of economical living.
Summarizing the accomplishments
at Lane Hall since Morgan's appoint-
ment, Blakeman declares "the Stu-
dent Religious Association at Michi-
gan now definitely stands for the
worchip and appreciation phases of
religion and a good-will among stu--
dents and their advisers regardless
of their religious customs."

UNIVERSITY OF MICHiGAN
COLLEGE OF LITERATURE, ACYENCE, AND Tfl;E ARTS
SCHEDULE OF EXAMINA TIONS
May 20 to May 26, 1942

Mystery Speaker Is Disclosed
As Meiiefee Speaks At Banquet

Arboretum Gets Play Production Today

Time of Exercise

" :me of Exaniination

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Friday, May 22
Wednesday, May 20
Friday, May 22
Thursday, May 21
Monday, May 25
Wednesday, May 20
Thursday, May 21
Tuesday, May 26
Thursday, May 21
Saturday, May 23
Saturday, May 23
Tuesday, May 26
Saturday, May 23
Monday, May 25

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Tight-lipped Sigma Rho Taun men>
bers had guardedly withheld the
name of the main speaker at their
annual Tung Oil Banquet, but cam-
pus perplexity about it ended last
night in the Union when Prof. F. N.
Menefee addressed the assembled
banquet-goers on "The Engineers in
War and Peace."
Mystery - speaker Menefee, who
teaches in the engineering mechan-
ics department, wasn't the "masked
marvel" that some quarters expected,
but he was equally effective without
the disguise when he said that since
engineers have an 80 per cent part in
the war they should have a promi-
nent place in the peace conference.
However, he added that the latter is
not very likely.
It wasn't a throw-back to canni-
balism but members of the engineer-
ing speech society still enjoyed watch-
ing three faculy members squirm
under the pressure of having to givel
impromptu speeches on the subject,
"Resolved, that the value of pi should
be reduced to 3.000." Prof. Earl D.
Rainville of the mathematics depart-
ment chalked up a victory, however,,

in this competition foe the Tung Oil
Crown when he gave what was de-
scribed as a "tricky, fast and du-
bious' explanation that the value is
alrealdy three.
Prof. Orlan W. Boston of the metal
processing department, who also gave
the welcoming address, and Profes-,
sor Menefee were Professor Rain-
ville's other two competitors. John
C. Hammelef, '42E, presented the
prized crown, a flowered wreath in
actuality, which Professor Rainville
wore for the banquet's duration.
Sigma Rho Tau's famous Cooley
Cane which is annually presented to
the society's most outstanding mem-
ber was given to Norman C. Taylor,
'42E, who was president of the or-
ganization last year. Stump awards,
the next most coveted prizes, were
given to Hammelef and Alex M. Pent-
land, '42E, who starred for the local
chapter in the recent national con-
vention.
Small gavels -of tung wood were
awarded to Hammelef, Pentland, and
Dean F. Woodbury, '42E, for their
intra-chapter activity, and diplomas
signifying the attainment of actual
membership were presented to 14
stump speakers of the group.

Play Production students will hold
an outdoor presentation of condensed
version of the plays, "Taming of the
Shrew" and Maxwell Anderson's
"Journey to Jerusalem," at 7 p.m.
today in the 'Arboretum.
The productions are under the di.
rection of Virginia Payne Whitworth,
Grad., and Ted Balgooyan, Grad.
The cast for Shakespeare's comedy
includes James Stephenson, '43, Pe-
truchio; Strowan Robertson, Grumio;
Lawrence Vincent, '43, Hortensio;
Peggy Evans, '43, Bianca; Margaret
Cotton, '42, Katherine; and John
Babington, '44, Baptista.

Other students taking part in this
play are Jim Wolfe, '42SM, Lucentio;
Lucy C, Wright, 144, Curtis; Dorothy
Cummings, '43, Widow; and Barbara
Townsend, Lynn Kimpton, Martha
Courtis, Pages.
The members of the "Journey to
Jerusalem" cast are Merle Webb, '42,
Joseph; John Hathaway, Jeshua;
Barbara White, '45SM, Miriam; Elea-
nor Kinzer, Cassia; William Kinzer,
Shadrach; Ed Whalen, '43, Jesse;
Dorothy Wineland, '43, Esther; John
Babington, '44, Ishmael; George Jac-
quillard, Soldier; Wallace Rosen-
haum. '43, Robber and Jeanne Nadel,
'43, Woman.

5U8PRI5INi

SPECIAL PERIODS

German 1, 2, 31, 32.
Spanish 1, 2, 31, 32.
Music 32 .
Zoology 1
Botany 1.
Music 2 ...
Speech 31, 32.
French 1, 2, 31, 32, 51, 52,
61, 62, 91, 92, 153
Political Science 1, 2, 51, 52
English 1, 2.
Psychology 31 .
Economics 51, 52, 54.
Sociology 51
Physics 25

Friday, May 22
Friday, May 22
Friday, May 22
Tuesday, May 26
Tuesday, May 26
Tuesday, May 26
Wednesday, May 20
Wednesday, May 20
Monday, May 25
Wednesday, May 20
Wednesday, May 20
Monday, May 25
Thursday, May 21
Friday, May 22

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Air Force Sets Limit
On Deferred Enlisting

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Lieut.-Col. Joseph A. Carr of the
Army Air Forces announced yester-
day that no applications for enlist-
ment in the Air Forces on a deferred
basis will be accepted after June 30,
and that War Department orders
may close them before then.
Here for the public induction of
55 aviation cadets Wednesday, he dis-
closed that rapid response was filling
out the desired quota of men.wThe
travelling examining board which
left yesterday will return during the
latter part of June.

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