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PAGE EIGHT THE MICH IANDAILY

SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1945

'Ways and Means', 'Fumed Oak', 'Family
Album' Will Be Presented Next Week
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CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS

Hillel Will Sponsor Final Meeting
Of Workshop on Anti-Semitism'

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Kunz To Talk

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Raine, Mary Bronson, Arthur Shef,
Sylvia Savin and Shirley Murray.
Following "Ways and Means" is
the "unpleasant" comedy "Fumed
Oak". The Gow family, including
the henpecked Henry Gow, played
Ly Mitchell, his nagging wife, por-
trayed by Babette Blum, his night-
marish irother-in-law, Mary Wood,
and his adenoidal child, played by
Annette Chaikin, are presented in
two scenes. The end of the play is
given a satisfying twist to relieve
the injustices heaped on poor
Henry.
Heading the cast "Family Album".
last play of group, are Mitchell and
Betty Pechert as his charming wife.
Miriam McLaughlin, James Land,
Janine Robinson, Orris Mills, Lucille
Genuit, Arthur Shef, and Henry
Kaminski complete the cast.
A special student rate will be offer-
ed for the Wednesday and Thursday
performances. Tickets will be on sale
Monday through Saturday in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater box of-
fice.

A lecture, "Contemporary Science
and the Ancient Wisdom-Their Un-
ion in Relation to World Peace" by
F. L. Kunz will be given at 8 p.m.
EWT (7 p.m. CWT) tomorrow in
the League under the sponsorship of
the Ann Arbor Theosophical Society.
Kunz, author, lecturer, and edu-
cator, is visiting professor in the
Civilization of India at colleges
and universities. He is editor of
"Main Currents" and director of1
research for the Guild of American
Ec nomists.
The lecture is free and the public
is cordially invited.
* * *
Newman Supper...
As its final social event of the J
season the Newman Club will spon-
sor a jancake-and-sausage supper
at 5:30 p.m. EWT (4:30 p.m. CWT)
in the Newman Club Rooms.
Rev. Frank J. McPhillips, modera-
tor of the club, will be the guest
speaker for the program which is
being planned by Doris Heidgen, Ann
Maloney, and Mary Jo Cadarette.
** *

selections by Handel, Bach, Franck
and Widor.
Miss Wilson's prcgram will include
the Handel "Concerto in B flat, No.
2"; three choral preludes and "Prel-
ude and Fugue in A minor", both by
Bach; Cesar Franck's "Fantaisie in
A major"; and the Widor "Sym-
phony in G, No. 6".
The recital will be open to the pub-
lic.
Prescott Meetiri
Dr. Harley H. Bartlett of the
Botany Department will speak at
an all-pharmacy Convocation spon-
sored by the Prescott Club at 5:15
p. m. EWT (4:15 p. m. CWT) Tues-
day in the League.
The group will have dinner in the
Russian Tearoom opposite the League
cafeteria.
Dr. Lewis of the College of Phar-
macy will award the Lenn and Fink
Medal to Jeanette Drouillard, the
senior with the highest average
and two Rho Chi prizes to Cecilia
Kuenzig and Joanne Worrell.
Officers and class representatives
will be elected and installed at this
meeting.

Five Groups To Discuss
'What Can We Do?'
Five campus organizations will be
represented at the last meeting of
the "Workshop on Anti-Semitism" to
be held at 7:30 p.m. EWT (6:30 p.m.
CWT) Tuesday at the Hillel Founda-
tion.
Topic of the meeting is "What Can
We Do?" This question is being pos-
ed as a result of 16 meetings of the
Workshop during which the various
aspects and remedies. for anti-Semi-
tism were dealt with by prominent

speakers from the faculty and from
Michigan communities.
Participating in a panel discussion
of the topic will be Harry Daum,
Post-War Council; Terrel Whitsit,
Inter - Racial Association; William
Byrnes, Michigan Youth for Demo-
cratic Action; Dorothy Raskind, Hil-
lel Foundation, and Joyce Siegan,
Student Religious Association.
Postponed from the regular Mon-
day evening time because of the rally
being held for representatives of the
World Youth Council, the meeting
is open to the public.

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Arlene Burt, violinist, will feature
compositions by Tartini, Bach, Bou-
langer and Kreisler on her recital at
8 p.m. EWT (7 p.m. CWT) tomorrow
in the Assembly Hall, Rackham Buil-
ding.
Accompanied by Dorothy 0. Feld-
man, she will open her program with
the Tartini "Sonata in G minor" and
play Adagio from Bach's "Solo So-
nata in G minor", "Symphonie E;-
pagnole" by Lalo, the Boulanger
"Nocturne", "Chant de Roxane" by
Szymanowski and Kreisler's "La Gi-
tana".

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A piano recital in partial fulfill-
ment of the requirements for the
Master of Music, degree will be
given by Ivor Gothie at 8 p.m.
EWT (7 p.m. CWT) Tuesday in
the Assembly Hall, Rackham, Buil-
ding.
Opening his program with four
sonatas by Scarlatti, Gothie will play
"Variations" by Paganini, the popu-
lar Mozart "Sonata, K. 310" and sev-
eral selections by Debussy. Before
entering the University, Gothie stud-
ied piano at West Chester State
Teachers College and later in Maha-
noy City, Pa. He has studied with
Ava Case of the School of Music,
with Artur Schnabel during the sum-
mer of 1944, andis at present a pupil
of Prof. Joseph Brinkman.

At a council meeting of the
Great Lakes Research Institute
yesterday, Prof. P. S. Welch of the
zoology department was elected
president of the Institute, and Prof.
F. K. Sparrow of botany depart-
ment was elected secretary.
The 12-man council, appointed by
the Regents as governing body of
the recently created institute, con-
sists of representatives of each of
the science departments. It will make
further plans for coordinating and di-
recting research concerning the Great
Lakes.
Auto Tax Due Soon
WASHINGTON, June 2-(P)-That
windshield tax is due again.
The new $5 Automobile Tax Stamps
will go on sale next Saturday, June
9, it was announced today by Joseph
D. Nunan, Jr., Commissioner of In-
ternal Revenue.
Beginning July 1, the stamps must
be exhibited on all motor vehicles
which are used on the highways.
Enlistments in Regular
Army To Be Resumed
WASHINGTON, June 2 - (P) -
President Truman has signed legis-
lation authorizing the War Depart-
ment to resume the acceptance of
enlistments in the Regular Army.
Requested by the Army as part of
its postwar program, the legislation
permits enlistments for three years
or for the duration of the war and
six months thereafter.
Many earlier enhstments for three
year periods have expired and the
ban on enlistments while personnel
was being recruited through Selective
Service had prevented enlistments.

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Janet Wilson, student in the School
of Music, will highlight her recital at
4:15 p.m. EWT (3:15 p.m. CWT)
today in Hill Auditorium, with organ

Organ Recital

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SERVICE EDITION

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SUNDAY, JUNE 3. 1945

fairs Committee: "Upon
the recommendation of the
representative of the fra-
ternity alumni, it was vot-
ed that whenever a frater-
nity wishes to signify its
intention of reopening its
house a communication to
this effect should be pre-
sented to the Committee
on Student Affairs and
should be accompanied by:
(1) a written statement
from the alumni officers of
the fraternity approving
the reopening of the house,
(2) a financial statement
showing how it is proposed
to finance the operation,
and (3) a written state-
ment from the officers of
the chapter indicating the
acceptance by the chapter
of the recommendations of
the fraternity alumni as
contained in the five re-
ports submitted by them to
the Committee. As yet, no
campus fraternities have
officially indicated that
they wish to reopen their
houses in the fal, although
there are rumors that at
least some fraternities are

the Conference. From the
report on initiation: "1.
Fraternity week activities
shall be educational in ev-
ery respect. 2. There shall
be no physical mistreat-
ment of initiates. 3. Any
practice that leads to ob-
scenity, lewdness and vul-
garity causing the initiate
to lose dignity of person
and loss of prestige with
the group, shall be aban-
doned. 4. All activities
connected with Fraternity
Week and the initiation
ceremony shall be confined
to the chapter house. 5.
The duties assigned to the
initiate shall not be so long
or of such a nature as to
interfere in any way with
his classroom attendance
or University work." Fra-
ternities which as a group
do not in at least one year
out of four maintain a 2.4
collective scholarship aver-
age will be denied rushing
and initiation privileges,
according to the scholar-
ship report.
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points in his singles duel
with Hamilton.
The Wolverines' only de-
feat this year was admini-
stered by Ohio State in a
close battle. After the loss
the team came back to take
six straight matches, in-
cluding a decisive 19-8 win
over the Buckeyes.
Coach Bill Barclay said
the rest of the season
would be spent practicing
for the NCAA tournament
at Ohio State, June 25-27.
* * *
MAJOR FENIMORE E.
DAVIS, formerly instruct-
or of anesthesia, Depart-
ment of Surgery, now with
the Army Medical Corps
in Germany, has sent a
gilt edged, leather bound
edition of Hitler's "Mein
Kampf," the cover of
which was damaged by
steel shrapnel, to F. Cle-
ver Bald, University War
Historian. This book is one
of five million copies print-
ed for the anniversary of
Hitler's birthday. Major
Davis enclosed a note in
the volume explaining that

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impressions of the San Francisco
Conference and the coming World
Youth Conference to be held in Lon-
don in August.
The Women's ,Research Club will
meet Monday, June 4, at 7 p.m. in
the Amphitheater of the Rackham
Building. Dr. Elizabeth Crosby, Pro-
fessor of Anatomy, will talk on
"Problems in Cortical Localization".
A celebration of the seventieth
birthday of Thomas Mann: spon-
sored by the Department of German
and the Department of English, will
be held Tuesday, June 5, at 4:15 p.m.
in the Rackham Amphitheater. Ad-
dresses by Professor Henry W. Nord-
meyer, Professor Fred B. Wahr, Dr.
James H. Meisel, and Professor Ben-
nett Weaver will stress the signifi-
cance of Thomas Mann as a person-
ality, as a literary artist, and as a
political thinker. The public is cord-
ially invited.
"Tonight at 8:30", popular comedy
by Noel Coward, will be presented by
Play Production of the Department
of Speech Wednesday through Sat-
urday nights in Lydia Mendelssohn
Theatre. Students will be given a
special rate on tickets for Wednes-
day and Thursday nights. Tickets
for all performances will be placed

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on sale tomorrow morning in the
theatre box office.
The Navy Olympics: The Depart-
ment of Physical Education and Ath-
letics cordially invites students, fac-
ulty members, and the general public
to attend "The Navy Olympics," ath-
letic competitions between the bat-
talions of the Navy V-12 and the
N.R.O.T.C., which will take place un-
der the Department's auspices from
6:00 to 3:30 p.m (CWT), Wednes-
day, June 13, on Ferry Field.

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