AO FTHE MICHIGAN DAILY
Hillel Presents Honors at Annual
Installation and Awards Supper
Presentation of honor awards and
scholarships, installation of new Stu- names inscribed on the Hillel Cabi-
lent Council members and officers, net Plaque for meritorious contribu-
and citation of outstanding mem- tions to the Foundation throughout
bers of Michigan communities high- the course of their college careers are
lighted the Hillel Foundation An- Faye Bronstein, Sonya Heller, Ruth
nual Installation and Awards Supper Kowalsky, David Loewenberg, Sylvia
held Sunday night. Savin and Charlotte Shapiro.
It was also announced that collec- Ann Arbor citizens to receive the
tion of funds during the United Jew- honor of having their names in-
ish Appeal campaign had gone over scribed on the Hillel Service Plaque
the top, netting $2,600, exceeding the for unusual interest in and contribu-
tions to the Foundation are Samuel
Bothman, Max Dresden, Mark Ross,
Korash Gets Office Osias Zwerdling, Dr. Saul Cohen,
The main event of the event was Mrs. H. J. Glass, Mrs. Frank Fishow,
the bestowal of the Student Council Mrs. Harry Kaufman and Mrs. Reu-
gavel by out-going president David ben Kahn.
Loewenberg to newly-elected presi-
dent Betty Korash. Other Student The program was concluded with
Council officers for the 1945-46 aca- the performance of a skit directed by
demic year were announced at this Ethel Eisenberg, and a group of pop-
time by Miss .Korash. They are ular selections sung by A/S Eugene
Sheldon Selesnick, first vice-presi- Malitz.
dent; Judith Chayes, second vice-
president; and Barbara Levin, secre-
tary. o AFinaMeeting I
Presentation of the Arnold Schiff
Interfaith Scholarship award was 01f L/rksho
made to Joyce Siegan, recently elect-
ed Phi Beta Kappa member. The
winner of this award is chosen by a 0 o eat H
committee comprised of three faculty
members representing the three prin- Members of five campus organiza-
ciple faiths, and is given to the per- tions will be the guest speakers at the
son who has made the most outstand- Anti-Semitism to be held at 7:30
ing contribution toward inter-faith Anti-Semitism" to be held at 7:30!
good will on campus. o. m. EWT (6:30 p. m. CWT) today
Schiff Prize Awarded at the Hillel Foundation.
The Arnold Schiff Hillel Prize for As a culmination of a series of 16
the undergraduate student who has meetings dealing with the various
made a cultural contribution of note aeets deangrwie vai
was awarded to Sylvia Savn.rn Semitism, the topic of this meeting
The Milford Stern Forensics is "What Can We Do?"
Awards to students whose speaking HatCaumePo?"n
achievemepts were meritorious was arry Daum, Post-War Council;
made to David Loewenberg and Syl- Terrel Whitsit, Inter-Racial Associa-
via Savin. tion; William Byrnes, Michigan
Hillel Honor Keys for outstanding Youth for Democratic Action; Doro-
service to the Foundation were pres- thy Raskind, Hillel Foundation; and
ented to Faye Bronstein, Milton Bud- Joyce Siegan, Student Religious As-
yk, Sonya Heler, Betty Korash, Ruth sociation will lead the discussion.
Kowalsky, David Loewenberg, Sylvia The meeting is open to the public.
Savin, Sheldon Selesnick, Charlotte-
Shapiro and Kathryn Sharfman.
Graduating =seniors to. have their Dr. Moore Receives
Dr. Earl V. Moore, director of the
School of Music, was given the honor-
ary degree of doctor of fine arts rec-
ognizing his work "done in the cause
of fine arts education," at convoca-
tion exercises yesterday at Drake Uni-
versity in Des Moines, Ia.
E D Born in Lansing, Sept. 27, 1890,j
t C Dr. Moore received his A. B. from
the University in 1912 and his A. M.
in 1915. Director of the School of
Music since 1923, he was national
chairman of the WPA music program
AT THE Dr. Moore has studied in Paris,
London, Milan and Vienna and has
RAIO &R Obeen a member of the School of Mu-
715 N. UNIVERSITY sic faculty since -1914.
Seniors Plan Outing .,.
The plans for this year's Senior
Outing, to be held Saturday at the
Island, are well under way, accord-
ing to the senior engineering class
A large group of students and fac-
ulty is expected at the Outing, which]
is a revival of an old custom of pre-1
war senior outings for the engineer-
ing graduating class.
Interdepartmental baseball games
head the list of entertainment
planned for the afternoon, and free
refrechments will be served to all.
The committee urges all seniors
graduating in the June and Octo-
ber classes to come to the Outing,
which is to be the last get-together
of the year.
Piano Recital Todyy . .
Ivor Gothie, pianist, will highlight
his recital with the familiar Mozart
"Sonata, K. 310" at 8 p.m. EWT (7
p.m. CWT) today in the Assembly
Hall, Rackham Building.
A pupil of Prof. Joseph Brink-
man, Gothic has studied with Ava
Comin Case in the School of Music
and with Artur Schnabel during
the summer of 1944. Before enter-
ing the University, he studied
piano at West Chester State Teach-
ers College and later in Mahoney
Opening his program with four
Scarlatti sonatas, Gothie will play
the Paganini-Brahms arrangement
of "Variations" and three selections,
"Sarabande," "Poissons d'Or" and
"L'isle de joyeuse" by Debussy. This
recital is presented in partial fulfill-
ment of the requirements for the
degree of Master of Music and is
open to the public.
Ballet Wil.IiBe Given ..
Members of the University Ballet
club will present an informal studio
program in the dance studio of Bar-
bour Gym at 4:20 p.m. EWT (3:20
p.m. CWT) Thursday.
The program will consist of class
reviews and modern dance club
members and physical education
majors will dance modern dances
of their own choreography. The
modern dance will be directed by
Miss Josephine Yantis of the De-
partment of Physical Education for
The Ballet Club will perform a
series of classical dances to excerpts
from Chopin's works. The ballet, di-
rected by Jean Parsons, is entitled
Ballet Classique. Pianists for the
program, which is open to the public,
include Ruth VanNatter and Janet
Prescott Convocation . . .
Dr. Bartlett of the botany depart-
ment will be guest speaker at an all-
pharmacy convocation, sponsored by
THE DEPT. OF SPEECH
"Tonight at 8:30"
Gay Comedy by Noel Coward
'Tonight at 8:30'
To Be Presented
Three Plays in Group
Require Separate Sets
Erecting completely different sets
for the three one-act plays, "Tonight
at 8:30," to be given at 8:30 p.m.
EWT (7:30 p. m. CWT) Wednesday
through Saturday in the Lydia Men-
delssohn Theatre, presented a task
for Herbert Phillippi of the speech
department and Play Production and
Three separate backdrops had to
be made as each play is set in its
own original atmosphere. The open-
ing play "Ways and Means" takes
place in the boudoir of a Miami
The action in "Fumed Oak" is in +
the sitting room of the middle class
home of the Gow family. "Family
Album," the last play, is laid in the
drawing room of a wealthy Victorian
A special student rate will be of-
fered for the Wednesday and Thurs-
day performances. Tickets will be on
sale Tuesday through Saturday in the
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre box of-
Dr. Herbert J. Hunt
Will Speak Today
Dr. Herbert J. Hunt, spiritual di-
rector of the Detroit Unity Associa-
tion, will speak on "Your Good--
Where is it?" tonight at the Unity
Reading Room, 310 So. State Street.
Dr. Hunt received his B. S. degree
from London University and his D.D.
from Toronto University. He was
formerly the minister of the Enoch's
Presbyterian Church, Toronto, Can-
the Prescott Club, at 5:15 p. m. EWT
"(4:15 p. m. CWT) today in the
Jeanette Drouillard, senior with
the highest scholastic standing, will
be awarded the Lehn and Fink
Medal. She is president of the
Prescott Club. Two Rho Chi prizes
will be presented Cecilia Kuenzig
and Joanne Worrell.
Officers and class representatives
will be elected and installed at the
meeting, and the group will have din-
ner in the Russian Tearoom, follow-
ing the meeting in the League lobby.
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fulfillment of the requirements for
the degree of Master of Music at 7
p.m., (CWT), Tuesday, June 5, in
the Assembly Hall of the Rackham
Building. A pupil of Joseph Brink-
man, Mr. Gothie will play composi-
tions by Scarlatti, Paganini, Mozart
and Debussy. The public is cordially
Sixteenth Annual Exhibition of
Sculpture of the Institute of Fine
Arts: In the Concourse of the Michi-
gan League Building. Display will be
on view daily until Commencement.
Varsity Glee Club: Important final
rehearsal for last public appearance
this year. Announcements regard-
ing election of officers and presenta-
tion of pins.
Swimming and Life Saving Clas-
ses--Women Students: The swim-
ming and life saving classes for
women students which meet this eve-
ning will be held at Barbour Gym-
nasium instead of the Union Pool.
There will be a meeting of all stu-
dents interested in being memberstof
a book-buying club at 4:00 today in
A celebration of the seventieth
birthday of Thomas Mann: spon-
sored by the Department of German
and the Department of English, will
be held today at 4:15 p. m. in the
Rackham Amphitheatre. Addresses
by Professor Henry W. Nordmeyer,
Professor Fred B. Wahr, Dr. James
H. Meisel, and Professor Bennett
Weaver will stress the significance of
Thomas Mann as a personality, as a
literary artist, and as a political
thinker. The public is cordially in-
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Alpha Phi Omega will hold a busi-
ness meeting tonight at the Michi-
gan Union at 6:30 CWT. All mem-
bers and pledges are asked to at-
The University of Michigan Polo-
nia Club will hold its last meeting of
the current semester today in the
International Center at 6:30 CWT.
All members are urged to attend in
order that all unfinished business be
The Christian Science Students'
Organization is holding a meeting to-
night at 7:15 in the chapel of the
Michigan League. All are welcome to
The Botanical Seminar will meet
Wednesday, June 6, 3:00 (CWT) in
room 1139 Natural Science Building.
Professor Carl D. LaRue will discuss
"Growth and Regeneration in Em-
bryo and Endosperm." All who are
interested are invited to attend.
The Annual Senior Engineering
outing will be held on Saturday, June
9, at 2:00 at the Island. All senior
engineers and faculty are urged to
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