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April 27, 1945 - Image 6

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APRIL 5, 1945


Dr. R.,C. Angell
To Be Speaker
At Luncheon
Sociological Society
Meeting Will Be Held
Dr. Robert C. Angell of the Sociol-
ogy Department will be the luncheon
speaker at the spring meeting of the
Michigan Sociological Society to be
held here tomorrow.
To Discuss Experiences
pr. Angell will discuss some of his
experiences while serving as a colon-
el in the United States armed force
at the luncheon session at 12:15 p.m.
EWT in the Michigan Union. The
morning and afternoon sessions of
the meeting will be held at 10 a.m.
EWT and at 2:15 p.m. EWT in the
West Conference RoomHof the Rack-
ham Building.
Prof. Norman Humphrey of Wayne
University and Prof. Charles R. Hof-
fer of Michigan State College will
address the morning session of the
meeting. "Cultural Tensions in Mex-
ico" will be the subject of Prof. Hum-a
phrey's talk. Prof. Hoffer will speak
about "Social Planning in Wartime".}
Afternoon Speakers
Speakers at the afternoon session
will be Prof. Fritz Redl of Wayne'
University, Prof. Rupert C. Kaenin-
ger of Central Michigan College of
Education, Prof< J. P. Thaden of
Michigan State College. and James
Stermer, Director of the Willow Run
Prof. Redl will discuss "Group1
Therapy with Delinquents", whilel
Prof. Koeninger will speak about1
"Prisoners' Attitude Toward Teach-
ers". "Social Aspects of School Dis-
trict Reorganization" and "Trends
Toward Centralization in Education
and Government" will Le the sub-
jects of Prof. Thaden's and Mr.
Stermer's° talks.

WPAG, New Station,
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WPAG, Ann Arbor's new radio :;ta---- -_ I.

tion, went on the air at 7 a.m. EWT
yesterday, broadcasting on a fre-
quency of 1050 kilocycles.
Established to serve Washtenaw
County, the station has a studio inI
Ypsilanti as well as its local studio
and will service an area of approxi-
mately 40 miles.
The station is devoted to pro-
IJRA Studies
Racial Problem

Topic of

in South Is

The Inter-Racial Association has
set up a committee to investigate the
problem of racial injustice in the
South with. the case of Mrs. Recy
Taylor, a Negro of Alabama, as a
basis, Herbert A. Otto, president, has
Jep)spy Madison, Alphonse Lewis,
Terrell Whitsitt, Vivian Sessions, and
Hortense Reid make up this com-
At its last meeting, Wednesday,
the organization elected Norma Lyon
secretary and Terrell Whitsitt treas-
urer. Jack Scssions was appointed
IRA delegate to the mock United
Naticns Conference sponsored by the
Post-War Council.
Chinese Cu
Will Give Party/
The Chinese Student Club will
present a China Night program, at
7:30 p. m. EWT Sunday at the In-
ternational Center, Assistant Direct-
or George Hall announced yesterday.
Prof. Shao Chang Lee, of the for-
eign studies department at Michigan
State College, will speak on "The Fu-
ture in the Pacific Basin," and a
"Stump the Professor" program will
be featured. A Chinese Student Club
chorus of 16 members will present
native songs, and Hung-Yun Kuo will
sing selections from Chinese operas.

grams of local interest, Edward
Baughn, general manager, said. It
will join with the Michigan radio
network to present Detroit Tiger
basetall games, community pro-
grams and programs with Univer-
sity personnel.
University shows will be presented
from 2:15 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. EWT
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:15 EWT
to 1:30 p.m. Saturdays and 12:30
EWT to 12:45 p.m. Sundays. A com-
munity calendar will be featured dai-
ly from 9:30 EWT to 9:45 a.m. Ar-
rangements are being made for a
broadcast by the University Band.
Bob Ufer and Edward Shafter,
University student, are on the
broadcasting staff.
The station broadcasts from 7 a.m,
to 8 p.m. EWT.
'Sop1honore Nurses
To Receive Caps
Capping exercises for sophomores
of the school of nursing will be held
at 8:15 EWT today at the Rackham
Lecture Hall, Prof. Rhoda F. Reddig,
Director of the School of Nursing,
has announced.
Featured on the program is Miss
Jane Taylor, Nursing Consultant of
the Division of Nurse Education,
United States Public Health Service.
who will deliver a speech to the 100
student nurses of the class of 1947
who will receive their caps.
The Michigan nurses' cap is a
starched white band trimmed with
black velvet ribbon, the width of
which increases with the class of the
nurse. Prof. Reddig added.
The public is invited to attend.
Hillel Dramatics Group
Will Meet at 4 P.M. Today
Students interested in writing,
producing or acting for the Hille'
Players are requested by Sonya Hel-
ler, chairman of the group, to attend
a meeting of that organization at 4
p.m. EWT today at the Hillel Foun-






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Stettinius (left) receives first sheet of 50 stamps bearing the name of
the late President Roosevelt at San Francisco for the late President's
collection. San Francisco's postmaster William McCarthy makes the

the opening session of the United Nations Security Conference enter
the War Memorial Opera House at San Francisco shortly before the
conference was to begin.

Dodd, Mead and Com-
pany, Publishers since
1839, announce three
Fellowships exclusively
for College Students and
Faculty Members.
The Intercollegiate Literary
Fellowship of $1500 will be
awarded to the undergrad-
uate in an American college
or university who submits
the most promising project
for a novel, payment to be
made during the year in
which the novel is to be
The Graduate look Fellow-
ship of $1500 has been estab-
lished to encourage the writ-
ing of non-fiction of general
a peal by graduate students.
he fellowship will be
granted on the basis of a
project and sample chapters.
The Faculty Book Fellowship
of $2000 will be awarded
to a faculty member to facil-
itate the writing of a book
of non-fiction. A completed
manuscript is not necessary
at the time of application.
For full details and appli-
cation blanks regarding
these Fellowships, estab-
lished exclusively for
College Students and Fac-
ullies, write to Dodd,
Mead and Company, 432
Fourth Avenue, New York
16, New York. The clos-
ing date for the submis-
sion of projects is April 1,



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ence S. Yoakum as guests of
will be held at 4 today.


Junier Girls Play: "Take It from
There" will be presented in Lydia
Mendelssohn Theater in the League
at 6:30 CWT tonight and at 7:30
CWT Saturday.
There will be an evening of films
on Cuctral 'and South America at
Rackham Amphitheater tonight at
6:30, sponsored by the University
Bureau of Visual Education, the In-
ter-Racial Association, the Post-War
Council, and Michigan Youth for
Democratic Action. All those inter-
ested are invited to attend. There
will be no admission charge.
Biclogical Chemistry Seminar will
meet at 4:30 p.m. in Ram. 319 West
Medical Building. "The Relationship
of Blood Proteins to Dietary and
Body Proteins". All interested are
Post-War Council is sponsoring a
mock conference to coincide with
San Francisco Conference Saturday,
April 28, at 2 p.m. CWT in Rms. A,
B and C of the League. The public
is cordially invited.
Workshop on Anti-Semitism: Prof.
Emily Newcomb, of the English De-
partment of Wayne University, will
speak at 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 30,
at the Hillel Foundation on 4'Educa-

tion Against Anti-Semitism Through
Literature". The general public is
invited to attend.
The Lutheran Student Association
is having a Recreation Party at the
Y.M.C.A. Saturday evening at 7:30.
Students and servicemen are invited.
The regular Sunday meeting of the
Lutheran Student Association will be
held in Zion Lutheran Parish Hall at
5 Sunday afternoon. Delegates of
the Ohio Valley Regional Conference
will report and the supper and fel-
lowship hour will follow at 6.
Open house: Buff Wright will be
in charge of Lane Hall's Open House
Saturday evening at 8. All members
of the student body are invited tc
participate in this program.
Luncheon-Discussion: Saturday at
12:15 a luncheon and discussion
meeting will be held at Lane Hall.
The subject of discussion will be an-
nounced later.
The Annual French Play: Le Cercle
Francais will present "Ces Dames
aux Chapeaux Verts", a modern
French comedy in one prologue and
three acts by Albert Acremant, at
the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
Wednesday, May 2, at 7:30 p.m.
All seats are reserved. Tickets will
be on sale at the box office Monday,
April 30 from 1 to 4 p.m., Tuesday,
May 1, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and
Wednesday, May 2, from 9 a.m. to
7:30 (CWT). A special reduction
will be made for holders of the
French Lecture Series card. Call
6300 for reservations.


CONFERENCE DELEGATES LISTEN TO TRUMAN'S ADDRESS-Delegates from 46 nations listen to the radio address of President harry
S. Truman opening the United Nations Security Conference in the San Francisco War Memorial Opera House. On speakers stand (left to
right) Gov. Earl Warren of Calif., Secretary of State Edward Stettin ius and San Francisco's Mayor, Roger Lapham.

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