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HOOVER TALKS WITH POPE PIUS-Former President Herbert Hoover, in Eurone to survey food needs,
talks with Pope Pius XII during a 25-minute audience in Rome.

Campus Highligh S

Favreau To Speak . . .
Alphonse Favreau of the Romance
language department will speak on
"Wines of France" before Le Cercle
Francais' at 4 p.m. today in Rm. D,,
Alumni Memorial Hall.
mans Recital ---
The second of two programs of
music for cello alone by Johann
Bach will be presented by Robert
Maas, distinguished Belgian celist,
at 4:15 p.m. today in the Lecture
Hall of the Rackham Building.
Maas' program will include the
Suite No. 2 in D minor, Suite No. 3
in C major and Suite No. 6 in D
major. His appearance in Ann Ar-
bor is part of a nationwide tour
under the auspices of the Elizabeth
Sprague Coolidge Foundation in
the Library of Congress.
Lane Hal Lecture .
"Religion of Rulers," the second in
a series of lectures on Egyptian re-
ligion, will be discussed by the Rev.
Edward H. Redman, Unitarian Stu-
dent Director, in a seminar on com-
parative religions at 7:30 p.m. today
in Lane Hall.
An organ and harp recital will be
presented at 8 p.m. today in the
Memorial Christian church by Elis
Cambon and Margaret Wardle,
students in the music school.
Miss Cambon, a student of Prof.
Palmer Christian, is now on leave,
from her position as organist in St.
Louis Cathedral, New Orleans.
Miss Wardle is studying harp under
the direction of Prof. Lynn Palmer.
This recital will be the second in
a series of three, intended to intro-
duce the church's new pipe organ.
Speech Contest.. ..
Dr. Donald E. Hargis of the speech
department will explain the fresh-
man speech contest to all interested
second semester freshmen at 4 p.m.
tomorrow in Rm. 4203. Angell Hall.
Open to students not enrolled in
speech courses, the preliminary con-
test will be held April 10 and the final
event April 24.
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Social Con mittee . .
The international group of the
League Social Committee will meet
at 4 p.m. tomorrow in the League.
IRA Council Meeting.. ..
The first meeting of the newly-
elected executive council of the Inter-
Racial Association will be held at
Bureau To Plan.
Publicity Work
A reorganization meeting of Assem-
bly Speakers' Bureau will be held at
5 p.m. Thursday in the Assembly
Office, Room D, on the third floor of
the League, Gretel Schinnerer, Bu-
reau chairman, announced yesterday.
All independent women including
second semester freshmen interested
in becoming members are urged to at-
tend the first meeting of the Bureau.
"Definite semester plans will be
made at this meeting and it is im-
portant that everyone be present,"
said Miss Schinnerer.
The Bureau will publicize campus
events, especially Assembly functions.
Student government publicity will be
the first assignment of the Speakers'
Bureau. The publicity work will in-
clude writing or acting in skits and
making short pep talks.

7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Union to
discuss plans for coming meetings.
Members of the council include
Sheldon Selesnick, president, Eliza-
beth Moore, vice-president, Maxine
Spencer, recording secretary-treas-
urer, Jo-an Kleynenberg, correspond-
ing secretary, Rona Eskin, social
chairman, Toyaki Yamada, educa-
tional chairman, Miriam Levy, pub-
licity chairman and Terrell Whitsittf
and Eugene Sparrow, repre~enta tives-
Newly-Elected Off eers .. .
New officers of the Latin Ameri-
can Society are Franzio deSalles,
president; Dr. Cesar Gomez, vice-
president Graciela Gonzalez, sec-
retary, and Augusto Malabet, treas-
Acting as the club's counselors
will be Enrique Rogers, Dr. Jaime
Perriaux, Lidia Fiol-Bigas and
Capt. homero Bertucci.
Organ Program . .
Marilyn Mason, organist, will pre-
sent a recital at 8:30 Thursday in
Hill Auditorium.
The recital will be the first in a
series of five organ recitals presented
by present or former students of
Palmer Christian, professor of organ
in the School of Music. Miss Mason's
program will be presented in partial
fulfillment of the requirements for
the Bachelor of Music degree.
Prof. Turd To Lcrtre
Prof. Robert S. Ford, director of
the Bureau of Government, will ad-
dress the Annual Conference of the
American Political Science Associa-
tion Saturday in Philadelphia, on
"The Place of the Bureau of Public
Administration in the University's
Administrative Structure."
Squad To I)ebate
At UT ofr:Dtro~t
Teaim To Argue Issue
Of Free World Trade
The question of whether or not the
U. S. should establish free trade
among the nations of the world will
be debated today at the University of
Detroit by members of the debate
squad. Dave Dutcher and Archie
Carmichael will argue the affirmative
and Dave Wagner and Joe Crafton,
the negative. At Hillsdale College to-
day, Eugene Sparrow and Ellen Rio-
pelle will discuss race relations.
Compulsory military training will
be discussed tomorrow before the
Springfort Parent-Teacher Associa-
tion by Betty Lou Bidwell, Harriet
Risk, Bob Dilts and Nafe Catter.
Dilts will debate the same with Mary
Ranger Thursday at Port Huron,
The free trade question will be the
subject of a parliamentary debate
with students from Albion College
here Thursday in the Union. The de-
bate will be open to all students who
are urged to attend and submit
amendments to a bill proposed to fos-
ter free trade among nations.
Car Gang Arrested
A five man gang apprehended here
Saturday with a stolen Detroit au-
tomobile face arraignment on a
charge of possession of stolen goods,
sheriff's officials said yesterday.
The gang, the officials said, last
week, crossed the border from Wind-
sor, Ont. to Detroit, where they al-
legedly committed minor larcencies
before their arrest in Ann Arbor.

TiIkets Will Be
Sold at League,
Union, Diagonal
Tickets for the Feather Merchants
Ball are now on sale at the Union,
League, anh on the diagonal, and will
continue to be sold until the quota is
The Feather Merchants Ball will
be presented by the Veterans Organi-
zation from 9 p.m. to la.m. Friday at
the Intramural Building. The dance
will be semi-formal, and everyone on
campus is invited to attend. The Vet-
erans Organization hopes to make the
Feather Merchants Ball a traditional
annual campus event.
The music of Ray Anthony, an ex-
Navy man who played for servicemen
at Great Lakes and in the Pacific,
will be featured at the dance. Dee
Keating, will supply the vocals. An-
thony's band, which features a swing
style of rhythm, was awarded an
"oscar" by servicemen overseas as
the "Hottest Band in the Pacific."
The title of the dance was taken
from a phrase in Max Shulman's
book, the Feather Merchant.

First Guatemala
Student Center
Opeins June 3
1110 r-Y, Stio o A,-
The first Summer Center ever fo
be set up in Guatemala by an Amri
can college will open June 3 under
the sponsorship of the University of
Thecenter will offer credit in jun-
ior sociology and history. St oden It
may attend on a non-('r,'dit ,asi and
the courses a ir o1re i nt i oit 1snt1
dents as well.
Approximate cost t(r U ' oli
will be $300, inctlLoiing .rnuN orta
tion, food, housing atvd fild trit :ic-
cording to Dr. Joseph a Wil in, hI
"The Summer Center of Gitale
mala offers students an excellent op-
portunity to obtain first-lad infor-
mation about our neighbors south of
the border; plus an opportunity to
enjoy a vacation-like trip to Guate-
mala," Dr. Werlin said.
Students will leave houston by
train and bus for Mexico City and
from there will proceed by plan' tot
Guatemala City, where they will
study in cooperation with the Uni-
versity of Guatemala. Further in-
formation may be obtained from )r.
Werlin at the University of Houston,
Houston, Texas.
IFC Rushimi,
List Read'y Nair
Copies Tolie Tukeni
From ou -1il Office
All fraternities are urged to pickl
up their copies of the second rutshing
list at the Interfraternity Council of-
fices in Rm. 316 of the Union.
More than 100 men have signed on
the second list, making a total of ap-
proximately 450 wl1to are regitered
for rushing this semester.
All men whose naies appear on
this list are eligible to be pledged
April 5. Men on the first list may be
pledged Sunday.
The IFC announced also that there
will be an Executive Committee meet-
ing at 4 p.m. tomorrow in Dean Burs-
ley's office. All petitions for consid-
eration at this meeting should be
turned in at the IFC of fice not later
than 5 p.m. today.

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$ .40 per 15-word insertion for
one or two days. (In-
crease of 10c for each
additional five words.)
$1.00 per 15-word insertion for
three or more days. (In-
crease of 25c for each
additional five words.)
Contract Rates on Request
TWO MEN'S SUITS size 40 excellent
condition. Call 5789 before noon or
after 6.
FOR SALE: Size 14 pale blue chiffon
formal silk jersey bodice. Inquire
4143 ext. 38 daily.
FOR SALE: Small radio and hunt-
ing bow set. For information call at
Room 19, Angell Hall between 1 and
2 o'clock or ph. 21537.
FOR SALE: 5 Arrow Shirts, size 15-
33, excellent condition $1.75 each.
No. 68 Vets. Housing Project, 5th
and Hill, any evening.
FOR SALE: Girl's Black Riding Boots
size 6% gaberdine breeches size 26
practically new both, $12 call
2-2483 after five.
size 12. Size 5% shoes. Size 38
white flannel trousers. Size 40 Til-
den tennis sweater. Two tennis
racquets. One bodminton set. All
for sale. Call 22761.
MEALS: For girls. Splendid home
cooked meals at League House, 604
E. Madison. Phone 4489.
WANTED: Students for staff of pri-
vate Club in Northern Michigan for
about ten weeks during summer.
Girls for dining room and boys as
bell hops. Excellent working con-
ditions, comfortable living quarters,
good salary with maintenance, uni-
forms, and transportation equiva-
lent to that from Detroit or Chi-
cago. Ample time for recreation.
References required. Please address
Manager, 2541 Ewing Ave., Evans-
ton, Illinois.

COOK WANTED. Private boys camp,
northern Michigan, June 23-Aug.
24. Phone 7265.
DRUG CLERK-Part 1time. -experi-
ence preferred. Male or female
Marshal Drug Co.
MIDWAY Bicycle Shop, 322 E. Lib-
erty. We have rebuilt used bikes
for sale. Your bike can be expertly
repaired also.
KEY LOST: Corner State and North
University, tied with blue ribbon.
Call 2-2331.
$5.00 REWARD-Shaeffer Lifetime
maroon striped. Lost about 3 weeks.
Probably in West Quad. Henry
Lukasi, 101 Chicago House, West
LOST: Rhinestone ear-clip Saturday
night in vicinity of campus. It
fouhd, phone 9823, ask for Marilee.
LOST: Scarab bracelet in Michigan
Theatre Saturday. Great sentimen-
tal value-reward offered. Contact:
Virginia Nicklas, 1824 Geddes.
Phone 2-3494.
Detroit for rent of house or apart-
ment in Ann Arbor, or Ypsilanti.
Want two bedrooms or more, Sep-
tember 1st, but will exchange earl-
ier. Our Detroit property has se-
ven rooms, three bedrooms, two
car garage. Write I. J. Turnbull,
2511 Fischer Ave., Detroit 14.
house in Detroit for rent of house
or apartment in Ann Arbor or Yp-
silanti. Want two bedrooms or more,
September 1st, but will exchange
earlier. Our Detroit property has
seven rooms, three bedrooms, two
car garage. Write I. J. Turnbull,
2511 Fischer Ave., Detroit 14.
LIVING QUARTERS and meals in
pleasant, modern country home two
miles from campus available at
once to student and wife.
Amount and kind of work to be dis-
cussed in interview. Mrs. G. L.
Buhrman, Ann Arbor 8978.

and JUNE GREY is the shop that
can help you Co-eds select that
ideal bathing suit for warm wea-
ther fun. We have them in one or
two piece sets of jersey and lastex
combinations and each one is mo'e
eye-ca tching than .the next.

lOP'S own pancake make-up.
ou gals who love fine cosmetics
ill adore the smooth finish it
ves your complexion. Comes in
>Id, sunburn, light tan, and-
ach , . . attractively priced.
h, yes it can! EIBLERS do have
,rling silver. For lovely, and use-
l wedding gifts, you may have
ur choice of sandwich trays,
ndy dishes, relish plates, and
-so-many other beautiful items.
his also includes table silver from
ell-known concerns.
'eling washed out??? Well, try
Le of the QUARRY'S Trio-ette
impacts. Mirror, lipstick, powder,
1d rouge all in one chic case.
hey come in matched color
lades for blondes, red heads,
,ownettes, and brunettes. All this
id glamor too, for only $5.50.


Roses are Red, and Violets are
Blue . . . and best of all; DILLON'S
have them for you. And that isn't
all, either. We spied some other
beauties including sunny daisies,
gay red poppies, and luscious gar-
denias. Priced from $.29 to $1.00.

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