T 11 E 1 IAClHIIGA N DAILY
SUNDAY, MARCh 31, 1946
Discussion on Mystic . .
Msgr. Henry J. Kaufmann, chap-
lain of St. Mary's Hospital, Detroit,
will discuss the Bavarian mystic,
Theresa Neuman, at 7:30 p.m. today
in St. Mary's Student Chapel.
Msgr. Kaufmann has known the
Neuman family for over 20 years.
Miss Neuman is marked with the
stigmata. Although the Catholic
Church has taken no action regard-
ing her, a great deal of interest was
stirred concerning this phenomenon
when large numbers of servicemen
saw her during the war.
Father Frank J. McPhillips, rec-
tor of the Chapel, has invited all who
are interested to attend Msgr. Kauf-
Music School Seniors . ..
The ,enior ch ss o: ne School of
Music will meet at 7 p.m. tomorrow
in the music school auditorium.
Attendance is required of all stu-
dents who expect to graduate in
AUMS Meeting . .
The proposal for an international
atomic development authority will be
discussed by the Association of Uni-
versity of Michigan Scientists, fol-
lowing a lecture by Prof. Preston
Slosson of the history department at
8 p.m. tomorrow in the Rackham
Prof. Slosson will discuss,"A Report
on the Rollins College Conference
on Atomic Energy." A business meet-
ing at 7:30 p.m. will precede the lec-
Martha Cook Program ...
A program of songs, dances and
instrumental solos will be presented
for foreign students at 7:30 p.m.
today in Rms. 316-20 of the Union
by girls from the Martha Cook
A social hour in the Interna-
tional Center will follow the pro-
Russian Circle ---
Russky Kruzhok, Russian Circle,
will meet at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the
Following a business meeting, tea
will be served from the samovar and
a social hour in which members of
the Circle will have an opportunity to
participate in Russian conversation
will be held.
M1h0IdIc Lin dsay To Speak Twice on China
Two luirn on Cihina will be de-
- .)e e-_
hv .dyIIehl indsayat 4:15
pm.tO~lorO\VandTuesdafty in Rack-
hamul p i ai e
Thu firs ialk etitled"The Chi-
nese Comunist Areas ' will cover the
tole of the Communist Party in guer-
rilla warfare as weil as the special
character1:C(s of the Party.
Chinese Vnity To Be Discussed
In the .ecnd lecture. "The Prob-
lems of ClCinese Unity." Lindsay will
discuss the Kuom intang-Communist
relations since 1937, developments
since the Japanese surrender, the
part played by the American policy
in the situation, and the prospects
of attaining unity.
Technical Advisor For 18th Army
Michael Lindsay is the only non-
communist foreigner, with the ex-
ception of a German refugee doctor,
who has worked in the Yenan re-
gion. He was teaching at Yenching
University, Peking, when war was de-
clared on Dec. 7, 1941 and left for the
Chinese communist area before the
Japanese arrived there.
Lindsay served in Yenan as tech-
nical advisor for the 18th Army Ra-
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OLD MASTERS TO NEW:
Mrs. Reisner Will Give Second
In Organ Recital Series Today--
The second in a series of five re-
citals covering organ literature from
Bach to contemporary composers,
will be presented by Adrienne MoranI
Reisner, head of the Sherwood SchoolI
of Music organ department, at 4:151
p.m. today in Hill Auditorium.
Mrs. Reisner graduated in piano
from the American Conservatory
in Chicago as a pupil of HeniotI
Levy and received her Masters de-
gree in music at the University in
1941 under Palmer Christian, pro-
fessor of organ. She is at present
studying theory and organ under
Leo. Sowerby, prominent American
composer, and serving as director
of music of the First Congrega-
The third program of the series
will be made up entirely of composi-
tions by Leo Sowerby, who is promi-
nent among the contemporary mod-
ern composers. He is head of the
composition department of the Amer-
ican Conservatory in Chicago. Hi
Symphony in G has been called the
"biggest" work of its kind for the or-
Soloists for the program will be
Freida Op't-Holt Vogan, instruc-
tor in organ in the School of Music
and director of music at the Pres-
terian Church in Ann Arbor and
Mary McCall Stubbins, organist at
Seniors' A ttentiowd
Applications for Senior Ball com-
mittee chairmanships are due at
5 p.m. tomorrow. They may be
turned in to Pat Barrett, Don Sni-
der, or placed in the Judiciary
Council petition box in the under-
graduate office of the League.
the Methodist church in Ann Ar-
bor. Both Mrs. Vogan and Mrs.
Stubbins received their Masters de-
grees in music at the University
under Palmer Christian. Mr. Sow-
erby will appear as guest lecturer
on the program.
Prod leiiis Confronting
roups 'Fo Be SMated
Dr. Melvin Tuman, professor of an-
hiopo)logy at Wayne University, will
address a joint meeting of the Wayne
ch,'ipter of the National Association
for the Advancement of Colored Peo-
ple and the Inter-Racial Association
Friday, April 12 at Robert Owen Co-
His specech will follow a dinner
which will be given by the IRA for
members of the Detroit organization.
During the dinner the aims, pur-
poses and mutual problems confront-
ing the two groups will be discussed.
Though the dinner can be attend-
°d only by IRA members and their
r tests. Dr. Tuman's address will be
given to the entire student body. A
iocial hour will follow his talk.
Information concerning the price
Df the dinner and the placing of res-
crvations will be announced at the
next meeting of the IRA which will
;e held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in
cooked meals at League House, 604
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