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PHE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1945

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London1 ACtS
Host to World
Youth Group
52 Nations Attend
International Confab

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Sitting at a table with groups from
51 nations, representatives of 26
American youth organizations are at-
tending the World Youth Conference
in London.
Among the representatives are sev-
eral American students who will re-
main in Europe after the close of the
Conference to serve as delegates to
the International Students Day ob-
servance Nov. 17 at Charles Univer-
sity in Prague.
A program to take place here
at the University on that day is being
arranged by the Student Organiza-
tion for International Cooperation.
Students day is observed in commem-
oration of the students who were
massacred in Prague during an up-
rising against the Nazi invaders.
The London conference, thefirst
such gathering of world youth in]
more than four years, is concerned
with youth's role in maintining
peace. On the agenda for discussion1
are problems of rehabiliation in war-
torn countries, and methods of as-
suring job security to peoples of all
lands.'
The Conference, which convened
yesterday, will adjourn Nov. 6.
War Prisoners
Meet Death In
Train Accident
BLISSFIELD, Mich. - Thirteen
German prisoners of war were killed
and eleven others injured when a
truck in which they were riding was
struck by a west bound New York
Central passenger train yesterday
afternoon a half mile east of Bliss-
field, Michigan.
The injured included nine prison-
ers, members of Rommel's Afrika
Korps prior to their capture, an
American soldier, who was acting as
guard, and Pasquel Martinez, a civil-
ian, who was driving the truck.
The prisoners had been working on
Martinez' farm and were being trans-
ported back to the prison camp at
Blissfield when the accident occurred.
Grad Language
Degree Offered
Advanced degrees in linguistic sci-
ence are to be given at the University,
beginning this semester, the School
of Graduate Studies announced yes-
terday.
Resources of several language de-
partments will be coordinated by a
committee on linguistics, the mem-
bers of which will be appointed by
the executive board of the Horace H.
Rackham School of Graduate Stud-
ies.
This group will formulate pro-
grams of study in linguistic science.
The science of language in general,
rather than a selected language, will
be emphasized.
'U' Students Attend
Hallowe'en Party
Approximately 125 foreign a n d
American students, the latter includ-
ing members of Wyvern society, at-
tended a traditional American Hal-
lowe'en party at the International
Center last night.
Jack-o-lanterns decorated t h e
rooms and entertainment included
pencil games, bobbing for apples and
group singing. Cider and doughnuts
were served.

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Fall Term Officers

Three Students
To Report on
Trip to Mexico
Spanish Club's First
Meeting Is Scheduled
Three students, sent by La Sociedad
Hispanica to the University of Mex-
ico last summer, will report on their
experiences there at the first meet-
ing of the campus Spanish Club which
is scheduled for sometime next week.
These students Bernice - Brett-
schneider, Lorna Fleming and Ann
Sugar were sent to Mexico on the
annual scholarships awarded to the
students who are the most active in
their work with the club.
In addition there will be an elec-
tion of officers, and discussion of
plans for the year, to include the
annual play, a series of lectures,
movies, and various social programs.
Prof. Mercado, director of La So-
ciedad Hispanica - urges all students
of Spanish to attend the first meet-
Ang of the club in order to be orien-
tated into its work.
Permanently
LANSING, Oct. 31-(P)-Michigan
will celebrate Thanksgiving Novem-
ber 22, as provided under a 1945 leg-
islative act which has fixed the fourth
Thursday in November as Thanksgiv-
ing day permanently, Governor Kelly
announced today.

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Sanford Perlis and Wayne Bartlett
ye been named president and sec-
ary, respectively, of the Executive
uncil of the Michigan Union for
e fall term.
Perlis, only last week discharged
m the campus Navy V-12 unit, is
senior in the College of Literature,
ience and the Arts. A native of De-

trit, he is taking a pre-medical
course.
Bartlett, whose home town is Sau-
gus, Mass., is an engineering senior in
the V-12 unit. Both men have served
three terms on the Executive Council.
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HELEN GAHAGAN DOUGLAS
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TWO AUTHORITIES

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Nov.6:
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Douglas
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of World
Peace."

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Native Son and Black Boy, and a forceful
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